One tomb at a time...

Keep your mouth shut, Taco. -

holahydra:

holahydra:

I feel like this represents tumblr since the 1st of September

THE TIME HAS COME TO BRING THIS BACK

continueplease:

After reading that dogs lick the mouths of whomever they feel is in charge, I just feel like this dog is thinking “I CAN’T HANDLE THIS MUCH RESPONSIBILITY.”

continueplease:

After reading that dogs lick the mouths of whomever they feel is in charge, I just feel like this dog is thinking “I CAN’T HANDLE THIS MUCH RESPONSIBILITY.”

clockworkpearlgirllove:

brittany-32194:

since1938:

bigbardafree:

   #cant deal with these fake geek boys and their slutty costumes  

#ugh they’re just doing it to get attention

well they’ve got mine

permission to come aboard captain! it will only take me a flash to play with your green lantern. ;)

Oh damn. Hello boys, may I join you?

clockworkpearlgirllove:

brittany-32194:

since1938:

bigbardafree:

#ugh they’re just doing it to get attention

well they’ve got mine

permission to come aboard captain! it will only take me a flash to play with your green lantern. ;)

Oh damn. Hello boys, may I join you?

followmein2thedark:

My kitty is watching Doctor Who! Lol he’s all into it too ❤️❤️❤️

followmein2thedark:

My kitty is watching Doctor Who! Lol he’s all into it too ❤️❤️❤️

entertainmentweekly:

How Disney’s legendary animator helped Maleficent steal ‘Sleeping Beauty’ 

When Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty first arrived in theaters in 1959, reviews were mixed, in part because the conceit of a wicked sorceress putting a beautiful princess to sleep seemed like such a blatant Snow White rip-off. But over time, Sleeping Beauty has carved out its own space, no doubt because of its mesmerizing villain, the elegantly evil Maleficent—a fact brought to cinematic fruition this year with Angelina Jolie’s live-action blockbuster. Maleficent wasn’t a hag, like the in-disguise apple-offering witch in Snow White, nor a prim harpy, like Cinderella’s stepmother. She was undoubtedly grotesque, with devilish horns, yellow eyes, and pale green skin… but also beautiful and alluring, especially with the unsettling patrician voice of Eleanor Audley.

entertainmentweekly:

How Disney’s legendary animator helped Maleficent steal ‘Sleeping Beauty’ 

When Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty first arrived in theaters in 1959, reviews were mixed, in part because the conceit of a wicked sorceress putting a beautiful princess to sleep seemed like such a blatant Snow White rip-off. But over time, Sleeping Beauty has carved out its own space, no doubt because of its mesmerizing villain, the elegantly evil Maleficent—a fact brought to cinematic fruition this year with Angelina Jolie’s live-action blockbuster. Maleficent wasn’t a hag, like the in-disguise apple-offering witch in Snow White, nor a prim harpy, like Cinderella’s stepmother. She was undoubtedly grotesque, with devilish horns, yellow eyes, and pale green skin… but also beautiful and alluring, especially with the unsettling patrician voice of Eleanor Audley.

zodiacchic:

more astrology here (:
antbf:

me

antbf:

me

cindymayweather:

“I am so excited to be living one of my dreams – to be here on Sesame Street. I’m here because I am teaching everybody on Sesame Street the importance and the power of ‘yet.’ Never, ever, ever give up because there’s so much power in ‘yet.’” - JMonáe

Sesame Street: Janelle Monáe - Power of Yet [x]