Ravenskyewalker
dw-behindthescenes:

Goodbye Kate

dw-behindthescenes:

Goodbye Kate

raineszramski:

Two and Three: A Bromance

raineszramski:


Two and Three: A Bromance

journeyofthepoet:

jenn-depsycho:

thenimbus:

unbuttonedinawood:

i never thought i’d write the words “deeply evil carpet” but. seriously. what a deeply evil carpet that is.

Do they sell this anywhere? I would love to buy it.

I wanna buy the carpet version of this, and then get everyone drunk.

Pair this with door-shaped wallpaper and this will be my new decorating theme.

journeyofthepoet:

jenn-depsycho:

thenimbus:

unbuttonedinawood:

i never thought i’d write the words “deeply evil carpet” but. seriously. what a deeply evil carpet that is.

Do they sell this anywhere? I would love to buy it.

I wanna buy the carpet version of this, and then get everyone drunk.

Pair this with door-shaped wallpaper and this will be my new decorating theme.

strangership:

kiriamaya:

beahbeah:

so i feel like i should tell you guys that i’ve found the formula for a perfect and incontrovertible insult:

[adverb][adjective][expletive][noun]

examples:

you perfectly rectangular shitbowl!
you obscenely lamentable assbasket!
you fantastically nauseating dicksoiree!

go forth and blaspheme

I am laughing so hard.

Suddenly everything is beautiful.

captofayellowpolicebox:

Actual 900 years old child

Doctor Who: 25x08 - Silver Nemesis

davekat:

oh my god half of my dash is blacklisted right now ok like

hella is not aave

the rest of that list is as far as i know but hella is west coast slang and doesnt come from aave this has been said multiple times from ppl who both know aave and west coast slang bbbbbbbbbbbbpiss on your biscuit

"Hella" is indeed West Coast slang, specifically of San Francisco Bay Area origin (and I regularly hear it from fellow SF Bay Californians who aren’t African American). For those who claim that it’s exclusively African American Vernacular and no one else dare use it, here’s some research. One of the Urban Dictionary’s entries says it was being used back in Berkeley public schools back in 1979 (and while there are plenty of African Americans in the East Bay, it’s not solely AA). Wikipedia’s origin story includes: "By 1993, Mary Bucholtz, a linguist at the University of California, Santa Barbara collated materials from an urban high school (Mt. Eden High School) in the Bay Area, and found that hella was ‘used among Bay Area (and more specifically Hayward) youth of all racial, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds and both genders).’ "

shh-im-wondering:

OH