Visual Development from Paperman

jackscoresby:

unamusedsloth:

Nude Portraits series by photographer Trevor Christensen

This is brilliant and wonderful.


TSH funcast (as requested by nihilsubsolenovumm)
Snoop Dogg in a wig as Charles Macaulay
Some angry ginger child from youtube as Francis Abernathy
Tony Abbott, Australian Prime Sinister as Henry Winter
Michael Cera with a cactus as Richard Papen

100% here for Snoop in a wig as Charles

TSH funcast (as requested by nihilsubsolenovumm)

Snoop Dogg in a wig as Charles Macaulay

Some angry ginger child from youtube as Francis Abernathy

Tony Abbott, Australian Prime Sinister as Henry Winter

Michael Cera with a cactus as Richard Papen

100% here for Snoop in a wig as Charles

(Source: vohltaire)

(Source: filthypiratehooker)

so far, grad school is:

  • me crying because i’m stressed
  • me feeling bad about myself
  • me crying because i’m scared
  • me riding the train and listening to showtunes
stunningpicture:

Moving out of the apartment

stunningpicture:

Moving out of the apartment

Things I am trying to be re: school and life:

  • So chill

Things I am not:

  • Chill at all

disneydreamer88:

mamasam:

This breaks my heart because you can see the exact moment that Lilo realizes how important she is to Nani. She has seen herself as the burden and responsibility (“You’d trade me for a rabbit”). She worries that she takes away the good things from Nani (“Did Stitch and I make you lose your job?”).

But right here at the end. She realizes. She is the good thing. She is the ONE. GOOD. THING. that Nani wants to keep. And she’s realizing that Nani won’t get to keep her.

Lilo and stitch is by far one of my top 3 favorite disney movies.

(Source: alexanderhamiltonisthebottom)

(Source: alone-)

unimpressed2chainz:

(calls police) hello, some bitch is still trying to talk to me about frozen

dykevibes:

a drake-themed party where we listen to drake and watch old episodes of degrassi and play musical chairs to “anaconda” but most importantly we just act very kind to each other in a way that is sometimes almost weird