Tuesday, October 21, 2014

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thatfunnyblog:

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jarulefanfiction:

advice for losers

jarulefanfiction:

advice for losers

echointhevoid:

Neill Blomkamp, Yellow (2006) for Adidas.

echointhevoid:

Neill Blomkamp, Yellow (2006) for Adidas.

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Warning Signs of Satanic Behavior. Training video for police, 1990

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These two excessively handsome acting men in peak physical fitness are are at their oldest in their early 30s. Their higschool and early college years were the height of Dragonball Z’s popularity.

I need this on my blog again.

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These two excessively handsome acting men in peak physical fitness are are at their oldest in their early 30s. Their higschool and early college years were the height of Dragonball Z’s popularity.

I need this on my blog again.

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Monday, October 20, 2014

capnromanoff:

natasha’s humor is so great though because it’s almost close to but also completely different from what you’re used to seeing from other (male) antihero characters - you know, the whole Charming Asshole, snarky-in-the-face-of-danger, devil-may-care vibe (see: tony stark, peter quill in the mcu)

natasha always has a gravity to her no matter how flippant or sarcastic she’s being. her humor is dry and constantly self-aware, it’s there because she’s seen so much and done so much that what else can she do but crack a smile? and the best, the best thing about natasha’s humor is that the jokes are mostly for herself. this is a woman who is known to be cold and distant with others, but when she climbs onto a boat full of unknown danger in the dead of night, she thinks to herself “lost in a sea of uncertainty…pun intended.” she doesn’t care if nobody thinks it’s funny but her because she’s her own audience (which can have a sad implication regarding how much time she’s spent alone in her life). in the charming asshole trope, the humor or dickishness usually at least partially turns out to be a performance, one that masks some sort of vulnerability. with natasha, it’s the opposite. the humor is where she’s vulnerable, where she’s honest. if natasha tells you a joke, it means she’s a. probably about to kick your ass and thus doesn’t give a shit or b. that she trusts you. (also, when natasha makes fun of steve in catws it never crosses a line into actual meanness - she’s not insensitive, just irreverent). 

basically: natasha’s humor is for herself. she hasn’t exactly had a funny or entertaining life, so she’s got to generate that or i think she’d break down. and the world is pretty funny, once you’ve seen enough of it. brutal, complicated, and unfair - but pretty fucking funny, too. knowing natasha, whatever there is of a real her, means being in on the joke.  

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policeeternity:

eccentric-nucleus:

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