gameraboy:

Scooby-doo villains by Grimbro




megachum:

tittily:

my favorite thing about england is that the word pulp doesnt exist 

THIS IS WHAT IM TALKIN ABOUT

megachum:

tittily:

my favorite thing about england is that the word pulp doesnt exist 

THIS IS WHAT IM TALKIN ABOUT




dooptown said:
cat meowing @ their favorite metroid game  

cat-meowing-at-things:




quantumfemme:

Same

quantumfemme:

Same




effyeahultimatespiderman:

Peter and Loki trying to use each other’s powers - Ultimate Spider-Man 3x01




seventhelement:

thebritishdeer:

zack-likes-stuff:

"Gravity Falls" is rated TV-Y7 and is designed for children 7 or older.

image

the best




tseldora said:
might i ask for a cat meowing at beatrice from umineko?  

cat-meowing-at-things:




rosesollux:

The girl I was babysitting loves Gravity falls, and wanted to dress up as Mabel.

It’s not like I could have said no.




yearningforunity:

In the Name of God

The Ramnamis are a small hindu sect from central India. As leather-workers they are on the lowest rung of the caste-system, because they process the skins of dead cows and are considered ‘untouchable’. Traditionally this status meant that they were prevented from entering Hindu temples along with the other castes.

So, in an expression of their own proud religious convictions, the Ramnamis began the practice of tattooing the name of the god, (Ram) all over their faces and bodies. In this way they wished to show that everyone is equal in the eyes of God and that they have no need of temples to confess their faith.

Today the Ramnami tradition continues with its own strand of Hindu belief and outdoor prayer areas, and its members hold their heads high in the knowledge of their devotion to their faith.

Olivia Arthur 2005




Sept. 17 1:10 pm

naturalharmonics:

alliterativealec:

dynastylnoire:

justice4mikebrown:

WHOA

HOly shit that second link

Holy fucking shit.







Shurima Rise of the Ascended




addelburgh:

incognito

addelburgh:

incognito