Jesus take the wheel
Whoa there Jesus
Where can I watch this?!
Are we just not gonna talk about the last guy’s reaction?
Are we not going to talk about the fact that there is a tv show in japan where random things around the room are made of chocolate and people have to go around and bite EVERYTHING to check
can someone post the fucking source video already
my anonymous friend sent me this and i thought this was really beautiful
Take good care of your body! It’s the only place you have to live.
– Festini Fitness
GUYS HELP ME SOMETHING REALLY FUCKING WEIRD HAPPENED I NEED AN EXPLAINATION THAT IS NOT ALIENS
i was just sitting on my laptop chilling and what not with the tv on in the backround
When the tv sound cuts out so i look up at the tv
THATS A PICTURE OF MY LAPTOP ON MY BED TAKEN RIGHT WHERE I WAS SITTING WHAT DO I DO ?????
u hella ded
u in the first five minutes of an spn episode
penis is such an ugly word we should call them dingly-dangly-diddly-ding-dongs
Love it when a girl plays with my dingly-dangly-diddly-ding-dong.
I fucking choked on my tea
Next you’ll be choking on my dingly-dangly-diddly-ding-dong.
(vegan, gluten free, paleo)
You know a girl is mad when she starts off her sentence saying “I just find it funny how ” because there’s a 99.9% chance she did not find it funny.
Back in like fourth grade there was this thing at my school called the 100 book challenge and basically you got prizes for every like book you read and I read so much they called my mom in because they thought I was forging her signature on the logs because I read like seven hours a day and ‘no child would actually read that much’
"Michael Giaimo used the word ‘panache’ to describe the design sense on Frozen, and that’s Elsa to a T, stylish, original, and confident. From the column dress complete with leg slit and train, to the ethereal frost cape that needed to be magical yet believable, to her gorgeous almost flame-licked hair. Elsa makes a statement. She embodies many of the challenges for [the] simulation team [for] Frozen. Strong sleek shapes, that have purpose and clarity and motion, while accenting and supporting the character’s physical and emotional performance.” — Keith Wilson