Well, now, look here. If it wasn't you, and it wasn't you...
I may be an a-hole, but I'm not 100% a dick.
Planet, schmanet, Janet!
For worms, brave Percy.

 

bisexualspoopertgiles:

caterjunes:

"can i come in?"

"i don’t know, can you?”

cursing quietly, the vampire backed away, foiled yet again by the english teacher’s pedantry

 (via thesylverlining)

Played 31,094 times

jenimation:

so The Book of Life has a Mexican mariachi version of “I Will Wait” by fucking Mumford and Sons

this movie is a cinematic masterpiece

h0odrich:

this looks like a man just got switched into a cats body and he’s having some self realization of the situation and he’s buggin

(Source: catleecious)

Clint. Where the hell have you been?

Well, I figured I had a lot of vacation time coming to me. And S.H.I.E.L.D. doesn’t offer a rollover option.

directedbychuckjones:

Do you have your Halloween costume planned? (Is Tumblr the right place to ask that question?)

directedbychuckjones:

Do you have your Halloween costume planned? (Is Tumblr the right place to ask that question?)

Gentlemen, you might want to step inside in a minute. It’s going to get a little hard to breathe.

(Source: marvelmovies)

mattfractionblog:

kellysue:

freaoscanlin:

fordlibrarymuseum:

Perk up your Monday with a memo about coffee.
Staff Secretary Jim Connor’s note on this memo from Deputy Chief of Staff Dick Cheney from October 20, 1975, succinctly sums up why the coffee bill for Donald Rumsfeld’s office was over $100: "They are drinking too much coffee and have too many people drinking it!"
The Mess records showed that the bill covered 200 pots of coffee, meaning that the Chief of Staff and his eight staff members would have consumed about 10 pots per day during a five-day work week.
Too much coffee: do you agree or disagree?

I don’t know, from what I understand from the comics and Tumblr, this is probably the equivalent amount of coffee required to sustain the kellysue and mattfractionblog household. Maybe a little less.

…AND WORTH EVERY PENNY. 

Y’know that’s $449.03 in 1975 dollars.

mattfractionblog:

kellysue:

freaoscanlin:

fordlibrarymuseum:

Perk up your Monday with a memo about coffee.

Staff Secretary Jim Connor’s note on this memo from Deputy Chief of Staff Dick Cheney from October 20, 1975, succinctly sums up why the coffee bill for Donald Rumsfeld’s office was over $100: "They are drinking too much coffee and have too many people drinking it!"

The Mess records showed that the bill covered 200 pots of coffee, meaning that the Chief of Staff and his eight staff members would have consumed about 10 pots per day during a five-day work week.

Too much coffee: do you agree or disagree?

I don’t know, from what I understand from the comics and Tumblr, this is probably the equivalent amount of coffee required to sustain the kellysue and mattfractionblog household. Maybe a little less.

…AND WORTH EVERY PENNY. 

Y’know that’s $449.03 in 1975 dollars.