captainmurrca:

physics-and-fiction:

The full list of upcoming marvel projects which can be found on IMDb. There is a distinct lack of hulk here. However there are lots that I’m really happy about.

#25 COULD MEAN BUDAPEST

  • tagged as:
#iM GUNNA DIE 

werewolfetude:

PSA:

Some people have sex and that’s okay

Some people don’t have sex and that’s also okay

but what’s NOT okay is putting fucking ketchup in your god damn mac and cheese

anata-no-warumono:

Bucky too, Bucky too….

anata-no-warumono:

Bucky too, Bucky too….

uchicagolgbtqhistoryproject:

In April 2008, Helenmary Sheridan wrote about the organization of the University of Chicago’s gay pride week. The first campus “Gay and Lesbian Awareness” weekend was held in 1977, the first such fortnight in 1984:
Thirty-eight years after Chicago’s first Gay Pride Parade in 1970, the University of Chicago finally has a pride festival to call its own. The two weeks of free daily events kick off with a satirical debate on straight marriage, continue with a panel discussion on gay themes and homoeroticism in comics (Batman and Robin come to mind), and end with a student drag revue, Genderfuck. “There won’t be all the nakedness of [Chicago Pride in] Boystown in June,” warns Sarah Bouchat, third-year undergraduate and festival coordinator, but she thinks it will be an important event for the university’s gay community nonetheless.
Read more here: "Are We Proud of Pride Week?" Chicago Weekly (April 16, 2008) 

uchicagolgbtqhistoryproject:

In April 2008, Helenmary Sheridan wrote about the organization of the University of Chicago’s gay pride week. The first campus “Gay and Lesbian Awareness” weekend was held in 1977, the first such fortnight in 1984:

Thirty-eight years after Chicago’s first Gay Pride Parade in 1970, the University of Chicago finally has a pride festival to call its own. The two weeks of free daily events kick off with a satirical debate on straight marriage, continue with a panel discussion on gay themes and homoeroticism in comics (Batman and Robin come to mind), and end with a student drag revue, Genderfuck. “There won’t be all the nakedness of [Chicago Pride in] Boystown in June,” warns Sarah Bouchat, third-year undergraduate and festival coordinator, but she thinks it will be an important event for the university’s gay community nonetheless.

Read more here: "Are We Proud of Pride Week?" Chicago Weekly (April 16, 2008) 

artfullyaudacious:

steampoweredcupcake:


Welcome to Aunt Valerie
via SailorPtah on DeviantArt
Part of the Family Reunion premise.

THIS IS MY FAVORITE HEAD CANON OF ALL TIME
CARLOS 

YES

artfullyaudacious:

steampoweredcupcake:

Welcome to Aunt Valerie

via SailorPtah on DeviantArt

Part of the Family Reunion premise.

THIS IS MY FAVORITE HEAD CANON OF ALL TIME

CARLOS

YES

bloomin-eck:

efferescent:

remember when a girl from my school wore a dress the same color as the green screen at prom

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oh yes

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her date did too

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That is actually kind of awesome. 

jakobschoeyenandersen:

jakobschoeyenandersen:

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does this rly have 83 notes omfg

emq:

Pre-Testosterone vs. One Year on Testosterone

(Mr. Emery Rose Quincy)

  • tagged as:
#sorcery 

Reblog if you think it’s okay to be homosexual

andrysb24:

fumareta-hana:

fumareta-hana:

I need to prove a point to my homophobic friend.

I’m writing down the urls of everyone who reblogs this in a notebook, and will present it to my friend when it is sufficiently full.
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You’re gonna need a bigger book

This is fucking tumblr what the hell were you expecting

narwhal-noir:

I took my girlfriend to an improv show the other night and during intermission we were passionately arguing over whether half a 5 Hour Energy shot would give you 2.5 hours of energy or 5 hours of half-assed energy so we turned around to ask the opinions of the three people behind us and one of them said “Are all your arguments like this because we heard you in the lobby earlier fighting over the right way to pronounce ‘egg’?”