It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s 2 hours cut out of the movie!
Via CollegeHumor Staff Blog
Mille, the Norwegian Forest Cat | Jane Bjerkli
This one. I want this one.
Via Alysia: The Sequel
do most american world maps seriously have america in the centre?
WE DO HAHAHAHA
Are you fucking kidding me.
In Chinese maps, Asia is in the center. Which nation is centralized depends on the map’s origins.
In Canada, our maps are cut through the Pacific, so we don’t offend anyone.
sometimes i feel like canadian stereotypes go too far and then this happens
Australian maps are upside down so Australia is above everyone else
you think this is a joke
are you fucking serious
I like how Australia still can’t get away from an accurate compass, showing they are still in fact below everyone else.
Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston dressed as each other’s characters at a Breaking Bad cast party.
LOSING MY SHIT
im gunNA VOMIT
Via Hanging in Suspense
Creature: I did not ask to be born, but once born, I will fight to live. All life is precious, even mine. He promised to give me the only thing I lack, the only thing I need to be content, but then he broke his word. I want a friend! That’s all!
Elizabeth: I’ll be your friend. If you’ll let me.
Creature: Will you?
Elizabeth: If you need help, then… let’s see what we can do.
Creature: Sit with me. I will not hurt you, I promise. I am educated, i know right from wrong.
Elizabeth: Incredible. You are quite extraordinary, do you know that?
Elizabeth: Yes, you.
Creature: Perhaps I am a genius too?
Elizabeth: Perhaps you are. What are you good at?
Creature: I am good at the art of assimilation. I have watched, and listened, and learnt. At first I knew nothing at all. But I studied the way of men, and slowly I learnt: how to ruin, how to hate, how to debase, how to humiliate. And at the feet of my master, I learnt the highest of human skills, the skill no other creature owns: I finally learnt how to lie.
Creature: Tonight I have met someone… perfect. Thank you for trying to understand. But he broke his promise; so I break mine. I am truly sorry, Elizabeth.
(Danny Boyle’s Frankenstein)
Via Fractured Promises of Eternity