YOU ARE NOT GPING TO BELIEVE WHAT I JUST DID OKAY I JUST WOKE UP TO MY MOM SHAKING ME GOING “wtf are you doing” AND IT TURNS OUT I WAS SLEEPWALKING AND I BAKED HALFWAY DECEBT SUGAR COOKIES FROM FUCKING SCRATCH THIS IS SO FUCKING SURREAL FOR ME RIGHT NOW
I mean, take a look at our crown princes.
You have Tom Hiddleston, British Shakespearean Actor:
Ben Whishaw, British Shakespearean Actor:
David Tennant, British Shakespearean Actor:
Benedict Cumberbatch, British and also has done Shakespeare back in the days:
And then there’s Misha Collins, the king of them all, who as near as I can figure is a Russian megalomaniacal smurf unicorn with a twitter account.
There’s logic lost here somewhere.
Why the fuck is that a testing standard?
Maximum nugget flush capacity (or MNFC) is actually one of the most important and most commonly inquired toilet statistics. The highest MNFC ever recorded was a whopping 70 nuggets!
yeah, but at what cost?
WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE?!??!??!
It’s quicksand. Quicksand is much thicker than water, which is why things sink so slowly. By that same logic, one can walk on its surface if you go fast enough and with little enough pressure, like skipping a stone on water.
THAT IS FANTASTIC
Non-Newtonian fluids, everyone.
As a child I believed that quicksand was going to be a much bigger problem in my life than it has turned out to be. Little did I know I could defeat it by simply waddling like a penguin.
Same here! The 80s gave me unrealistic expectations on how much quicksand I would encounter in my life.
This is why I love Starfire.
No. Like. This scene was really important. This douche hated her entire race and took that hatred out on Starfire. He called her slurs throughout the entire episode. And Starfire just endured it, because she knew her friends loved this guy. And when he is in trouble, about to die; she has every right to let him. But what does she do? She starts trying to help him. And even as she’s trying to save his life, he pushes her away, throwing slurs at her face. But she presses on, and ends up saving him. Do you know how important it was to see this as a kid? That no matter how much someone treats you with hatefulness and cruelty, the right thing to do when they’re in danger is to help them? That’s some powerful shit for a ‘kids show’, and don’t you dare look me in the eye and tell me that all of this is just superhero bullshit.