Fairy Tales by Rabbits

Aug 18

[video]

Aug 13

alightuntoeternity:


sherlockismyholmesboy:

unexplained-events:

Ladies and gentlemen….a spring-loaded dick in a box from the 1800s. It made for a great gift

humanity’s sense of humour has not progressed much in the last hundred years


#you finally get The Box open and it’s#it’s a dick#a giant glim-sculpted dick#there’s a note accompanying#’with rancor’#—stones (x)

alightuntoeternity:

sherlockismyholmesboy:

unexplained-events:

Ladies and gentlemen….a spring-loaded dick in a box from the 1800s. It made for a great gift

humanity’s sense of humour has not progressed much in the last hundred years

(via deepdarkmarvellous)

[video]

neilnevins:


the harry potter wiki gets really in-depth

neilnevins:

the harry potter wiki gets really in-depth

(Source: ryandeel, via comicfan66)

(Source: grailpersonals)

Aug 11

Blood & Chocolate: Netflix movie review -

sicklyscribe:

So you wonder why this girl’s family is being attacked by men with guns, and why they burn her house down, until you see as she’s running for her life - she’s not human.

Cliche beginning, but what more can you ask for. It’s a werewolf movie.

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"In fear I hurried this way and that. I had…

Do more reviews. I command you. :)

You make this movie sound pretty entertaining and way less sexist than the book. I didn’t see you reference it, so I guess you haven’t read it?

And now I really want to see…

fabelyn:

Inaho and Slaine having a ‘science facts’ fight

Slaine would normally not fight and accept whatever, but he doesnt want the Princess knowing facts he thinks are wrong so he argues. And Inaho is just having fun riling him up.

Meanwhile, the terrans are like “wow someone actually disagrees with Inaho” and the princess is like “wow, someone can make slaine angry”

Aug 10

[video]

There’s apparently a meme in which you pick up the closest book to you, flip to page 45, and pick the first sentence to describe your love life.

The first thing I picked up was my social psych textbook.

"Earlier in this chapter we described an experiment that examined the reactions of students from the northern United States and Brazil to a story about a woman who did or did not cheat on her husband (Vandello & Cohen, 2008)"

Awwkward. xD