Jade Ashley. 19. Libra. NJ
i like books, boys, booze, and batman.

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harrypotterartgallery:

OUT OF THE BLUE
Untitled Text Msg. (Dick)Adam McEwen, 2009. Acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas. 9.5 x 9.5 inches, 24.1 x 24.1 cm
me as a parent

boytoynamedtroy:

my kid: whats for dinner

me: THIS FAT ASSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

me: *does split on the kitchen table*

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probalicious:

My loves say hello!
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Shawty thick thicka than a snicka
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exfatalist:

thesassiestcolor:

dontgigglesherlock:

Favourite moment from Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Can we take a moment to realize that out of ALL THINGS TO POSSIBLY WATCH Steve watches Saw?

No. Guys, no. This is not a reference to Saw.

It’s a reference to the 1983 movie WarGames.

The entire joke is that in WarGames, the main character accidentally connects with a government supercomputer that controls all the U.S. military arsenal. The computer asks him “Shall we play a game?” and what the guy thinks is a game is the computer trying to start WWIII between the United States and Russia.

In this scene, Steve and Natasha are accessing a hidden supercomputer with a mysterious flashdrive seemingly controlled by an AI. Natasha references WarGames and the potential of accidentally starting a war by accessing the computer.

That’s it, guys. That’s the joke. It’s a really funny joke. Whereas a Saw reference would literally make zero sense in this scene.


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ewzzy:

Driver’s Licenses: Official. Do not print out and pretend to be a Princientist.


elderstiefel:

Heathers the Musical + text posts pt.1


So my issue is that when I listen to musical theatre I sometimes start subconsciously lip syncing and like making the facial expressions as though I’m on stage performing whatever I’m listening to on a stage someplace, but really I’m in an airport scaring people with my sudden sex faces and whispers of lyrics that make no fucking sense out of context.