ericnorseman:

I T ’ S  F I N E  T O  B E  W E I R D .

zombres:

raleigh + dogtags

#well yeah but I mean there’s a neck and shoulder situation in these gifs that also has value #OMG SUDDEN REALISATION #HE’S WEARING HIS TAGS EVEN WHEN HE’S IN HIS HOBO CONSTRUCTION WORKER GEAR #he never took them off and has been wearing them 5 years 4 months #and for all his hiding under a rock and pretending like he’s not a jaeger pilot HE WEARS TAGS UNDER HIS SHIRT AT ALL TIMES #ffs becket you’re not even funny anymore

sursumursa:

madmaudlingoes:

jethroq:

pterobat:

naamahdarling:

did-you-kno:

Source

Wolves fighting for dominance as a “thing” came from observation of captive packs.  Observation of genuinely wild packs has revealed that it is not, in fact, a “thing.”

Y’hear that, ya dumbass modern werewolf writers?

hear that, self-styled “alpha males”?

They weren’t even captive packs, they were a bunch of unrelated wolves shoved together in too-small a space.

So if you’re an ‘alpha wolf’ then you are, in point of fact, not the noble, fierce and imposing leader of a group who respects you, but a scared wild creature with no social support frantically lashing out at strangers to try and gain some semblance of control over a fundamentally uncontrollable environment?

Huh.

That would explain a few things.

unimpressedcats:

luzfosca:

Nat Farbman

California, USA, 1954.

From Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

Courtesy of maimanohaz.blog.hu

got milk?

#WTF  #cats  

howelljenkinspendragon:

SPOILER ALERT: this is a real scene from the movie

exzire:

If you’ve ever wondered how big Gengars are, here is your answer. 

thespacegoat:

straight girls tho, do you ever get confused by your sexuality because not only do men suck but also like 90% of women are fucking bombshells and only like 20% of men are like most chicks could pass for models and most men could pass for bridge trolls i mean wow

Here's a rundown of all the high-profile film critics who still think Black Widow is "eye candy". ›

According to the Guardian’s early review of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, it’s the first time Black Widow has got to be an “actual character” rather than a “voluptuous female mascot.” Unfortunately, chief Guardian critic Peter Bradshaw’s follow-up was a little less sure of this, with Black Widow then being described as a “leather-clad… ass-kicking ex-Soviet adventuress whose auburn hairstyle is matched by her distinctive fake tan-type maquillage and restrained ochre lipstick.”

I’m glad he told us about her makeup routine, because otherwise that description would teach us next to nothing about her character.

In the Independent, Black Widow is a “sultry femme fatale,” although the Telegraph gives her the inaccurate but far more positive rating of “the most (the first?) complex female role in the Avengers franchise to date.”

Just for kicks, I took a look at the top reviews for The Avengers, to see what America’s most acclaimed and respected cinema critics thought of Black Widow back in 2012. Bear in mind that most of these quotes are the only description of Scarlett Johansson’s performance in the entire review.

In the New Yorker, Anthony Lane wrote, “not to be left out, Black Widow repels invading aliens through the sheer force of her corsetry,” while the Wall Street Journal’s Pulitzer-winning Joe Morgenstern complained, “Black Widow spends lots of time looking puzzled or confused.” New York Times reviewer A.O. Scott referenced the 1960s British spy series The Avengers (no relation), writing, “those poor souls who cherish old daydreams of Diana Rigg in leather will have to console themselves with images of Scarlett Johansson in a black bodysuit.”

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