telaryn:

polytropic-liar:

hugealienpie:

idyllspace:

karenhealey:

dealanexmachina:

legitimately the greatest thing about this show was how everyone was like#nate we’re moving into your life you can’t get rid of us we’re here for good#and nate is a dumbass about everything#it’s a backwards brady bunch#the kids were like this is our family now you two make out and stop angsting so we can all be okay and stop bad guys#leverage#i miss this stupid show so much

I love how when they “stopped off” in Portland and Hardison immediately:1. Bought a microbrewery/bistropub2. Turned the back rooms into their office3. Found them a clientElliot objected because FOOD MATCHING WITH MICROBREWS IS VERY DIFFICULT

THE BREW PUB MENU IS THE MOST DIFFICULT MENU OKAY
I also love how they cut a hole in that wall with a CHAIN SAW and we never ever even once saw a door there, or another space. They just did that to fuck with Nate and I approve.

Six months after Nate and Sophie leave Portland, that damned painting mysteriously appears outside their villa in Comporta. Nate tries to ban it from the house. Sophie makes him sleep on the porch until he learns how to graciously accept a gift like a functional human being.

I love how Hardison approaches moving into Nate’s life especially. Like, “uh, excuse me, I think it’s more like you retroactively moved into my life. My property. This property. That I own.” 

What’s even better about the mystery hole is that John Rogers was asked about the fact that it was never referenced again, and his response was “BEHIND THAT DOOR IS WHERE YOUR FANFICTION HAPPENS”.
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telaryn:

polytropic-liar:

hugealienpie:

idyllspace:

karenhealey:

dealanexmachina:

legitimately the greatest thing about this show was how everyone was like#nate we’re moving into your life you can’t get rid of us we’re here for good#and nate is a dumbass about everything#it’s a backwards brady bunch#the kids were like this is our family now you two make out and stop angsting so we can all be okay and stop bad guys#leverage#i miss this stupid show so much

I love how when they “stopped off” in Portland and Hardison immediately:1. Bought a microbrewery/bistropub2. Turned the back rooms into their office3. Found them a clientElliot objected because FOOD MATCHING WITH MICROBREWS IS VERY DIFFICULT

THE BREW PUB MENU IS THE MOST DIFFICULT MENU OKAY
I also love how they cut a hole in that wall with a CHAIN SAW and we never ever even once saw a door there, or another space. They just did that to fuck with Nate and I approve.

Six months after Nate and Sophie leave Portland, that damned painting mysteriously appears outside their villa in Comporta. Nate tries to ban it from the house. Sophie makes him sleep on the porch until he learns how to graciously accept a gift like a functional human being.

I love how Hardison approaches moving into Nate’s life especially. Like, “uh, excuse me, I think it’s more like you retroactively moved into my life. My property. This property. That I own.” 

What’s even better about the mystery hole is that John Rogers was asked about the fact that it was never referenced again, and his response was “BEHIND THAT DOOR IS WHERE YOUR FANFICTION HAPPENS”.
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telaryn:

polytropic-liar:

hugealienpie:

idyllspace:

karenhealey:

dealanexmachina:

legitimately the greatest thing about this show was how everyone was like#nate we’re moving into your life you can’t get rid of us we’re here for good#and nate is a dumbass about everything#it’s a backwards brady bunch#the kids were like this is our family now you two make out and stop angsting so we can all be okay and stop bad guys#leverage#i miss this stupid show so much

I love how when they “stopped off” in Portland and Hardison immediately:1. Bought a microbrewery/bistropub2. Turned the back rooms into their office3. Found them a clientElliot objected because FOOD MATCHING WITH MICROBREWS IS VERY DIFFICULT

THE BREW PUB MENU IS THE MOST DIFFICULT MENU OKAY
I also love how they cut a hole in that wall with a CHAIN SAW and we never ever even once saw a door there, or another space. They just did that to fuck with Nate and I approve.

Six months after Nate and Sophie leave Portland, that damned painting mysteriously appears outside their villa in Comporta. Nate tries to ban it from the house. Sophie makes him sleep on the porch until he learns how to graciously accept a gift like a functional human being.

I love how Hardison approaches moving into Nate’s life especially. Like, “uh, excuse me, I think it’s more like you retroactively moved into my life. My property. This property. That I own.” 

What’s even better about the mystery hole is that John Rogers was asked about the fact that it was never referenced again, and his response was “BEHIND THAT DOOR IS WHERE YOUR FANFICTION HAPPENS”.
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telaryn:

polytropic-liar:

hugealienpie:

idyllspace:

karenhealey:

dealanexmachina:

legitimately the greatest thing about this show was how everyone was like#nate we’re moving into your life you can’t get rid of us we’re here for good#and nate is a dumbass about everything#it’s a backwards brady bunch#the kids were like this is our family now you two make out and stop angsting so we can all be okay and stop bad guys#leverage#i miss this stupid show so much

I love how when they “stopped off” in Portland and Hardison immediately:1. Bought a microbrewery/bistropub2. Turned the back rooms into their office3. Found them a clientElliot objected because FOOD MATCHING WITH MICROBREWS IS VERY DIFFICULT

THE BREW PUB MENU IS THE MOST DIFFICULT MENU OKAY
I also love how they cut a hole in that wall with a CHAIN SAW and we never ever even once saw a door there, or another space. They just did that to fuck with Nate and I approve.

Six months after Nate and Sophie leave Portland, that damned painting mysteriously appears outside their villa in Comporta. Nate tries to ban it from the house. Sophie makes him sleep on the porch until he learns how to graciously accept a gift like a functional human being.

I love how Hardison approaches moving into Nate’s life especially. Like, “uh, excuse me, I think it’s more like you retroactively moved into my life. My property. This property. That I own.” 

What’s even better about the mystery hole is that John Rogers was asked about the fact that it was never referenced again, and his response was “BEHIND THAT DOOR IS WHERE YOUR FANFICTION HAPPENS”.
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telaryn:

polytropic-liar:

hugealienpie:

idyllspace:

karenhealey:

dealanexmachina:

legitimately the greatest thing about this show was how everyone was like#nate we’re moving into your life you can’t get rid of us we’re here for good#and nate is a dumbass about everything#it’s a backwards brady bunch#the kids were like this is our family now you two make out and stop angsting so we can all be okay and stop bad guys#leverage#i miss this stupid show so much

I love how when they “stopped off” in Portland and Hardison immediately:1. Bought a microbrewery/bistropub2. Turned the back rooms into their office3. Found them a clientElliot objected because FOOD MATCHING WITH MICROBREWS IS VERY DIFFICULT

THE BREW PUB MENU IS THE MOST DIFFICULT MENU OKAY
I also love how they cut a hole in that wall with a CHAIN SAW and we never ever even once saw a door there, or another space. They just did that to fuck with Nate and I approve.

Six months after Nate and Sophie leave Portland, that damned painting mysteriously appears outside their villa in Comporta. Nate tries to ban it from the house. Sophie makes him sleep on the porch until he learns how to graciously accept a gift like a functional human being.

I love how Hardison approaches moving into Nate’s life especially. Like, “uh, excuse me, I think it’s more like you retroactively moved into my life. My property. This property. That I own.” 

What’s even better about the mystery hole is that John Rogers was asked about the fact that it was never referenced again, and his response was “BEHIND THAT DOOR IS WHERE YOUR FANFICTION HAPPENS”.
Zoom Info
telaryn:

polytropic-liar:

hugealienpie:

idyllspace:

karenhealey:

dealanexmachina:

legitimately the greatest thing about this show was how everyone was like#nate we’re moving into your life you can’t get rid of us we’re here for good#and nate is a dumbass about everything#it’s a backwards brady bunch#the kids were like this is our family now you two make out and stop angsting so we can all be okay and stop bad guys#leverage#i miss this stupid show so much

I love how when they “stopped off” in Portland and Hardison immediately:1. Bought a microbrewery/bistropub2. Turned the back rooms into their office3. Found them a clientElliot objected because FOOD MATCHING WITH MICROBREWS IS VERY DIFFICULT

THE BREW PUB MENU IS THE MOST DIFFICULT MENU OKAY
I also love how they cut a hole in that wall with a CHAIN SAW and we never ever even once saw a door there, or another space. They just did that to fuck with Nate and I approve.

Six months after Nate and Sophie leave Portland, that damned painting mysteriously appears outside their villa in Comporta. Nate tries to ban it from the house. Sophie makes him sleep on the porch until he learns how to graciously accept a gift like a functional human being.

I love how Hardison approaches moving into Nate’s life especially. Like, “uh, excuse me, I think it’s more like you retroactively moved into my life. My property. This property. That I own.” 

What’s even better about the mystery hole is that John Rogers was asked about the fact that it was never referenced again, and his response was “BEHIND THAT DOOR IS WHERE YOUR FANFICTION HAPPENS”.
Zoom Info
telaryn:

polytropic-liar:

hugealienpie:

idyllspace:

karenhealey:

dealanexmachina:

legitimately the greatest thing about this show was how everyone was like#nate we’re moving into your life you can’t get rid of us we’re here for good#and nate is a dumbass about everything#it’s a backwards brady bunch#the kids were like this is our family now you two make out and stop angsting so we can all be okay and stop bad guys#leverage#i miss this stupid show so much

I love how when they “stopped off” in Portland and Hardison immediately:1. Bought a microbrewery/bistropub2. Turned the back rooms into their office3. Found them a clientElliot objected because FOOD MATCHING WITH MICROBREWS IS VERY DIFFICULT

THE BREW PUB MENU IS THE MOST DIFFICULT MENU OKAY
I also love how they cut a hole in that wall with a CHAIN SAW and we never ever even once saw a door there, or another space. They just did that to fuck with Nate and I approve.

Six months after Nate and Sophie leave Portland, that damned painting mysteriously appears outside their villa in Comporta. Nate tries to ban it from the house. Sophie makes him sleep on the porch until he learns how to graciously accept a gift like a functional human being.

I love how Hardison approaches moving into Nate’s life especially. Like, “uh, excuse me, I think it’s more like you retroactively moved into my life. My property. This property. That I own.” 

What’s even better about the mystery hole is that John Rogers was asked about the fact that it was never referenced again, and his response was “BEHIND THAT DOOR IS WHERE YOUR FANFICTION HAPPENS”.
Zoom Info
telaryn:

polytropic-liar:

hugealienpie:

idyllspace:

karenhealey:

dealanexmachina:

legitimately the greatest thing about this show was how everyone was like#nate we’re moving into your life you can’t get rid of us we’re here for good#and nate is a dumbass about everything#it’s a backwards brady bunch#the kids were like this is our family now you two make out and stop angsting so we can all be okay and stop bad guys#leverage#i miss this stupid show so much

I love how when they “stopped off” in Portland and Hardison immediately:1. Bought a microbrewery/bistropub2. Turned the back rooms into their office3. Found them a clientElliot objected because FOOD MATCHING WITH MICROBREWS IS VERY DIFFICULT

THE BREW PUB MENU IS THE MOST DIFFICULT MENU OKAY
I also love how they cut a hole in that wall with a CHAIN SAW and we never ever even once saw a door there, or another space. They just did that to fuck with Nate and I approve.

Six months after Nate and Sophie leave Portland, that damned painting mysteriously appears outside their villa in Comporta. Nate tries to ban it from the house. Sophie makes him sleep on the porch until he learns how to graciously accept a gift like a functional human being.

I love how Hardison approaches moving into Nate’s life especially. Like, “uh, excuse me, I think it’s more like you retroactively moved into my life. My property. This property. That I own.” 

What’s even better about the mystery hole is that John Rogers was asked about the fact that it was never referenced again, and his response was “BEHIND THAT DOOR IS WHERE YOUR FANFICTION HAPPENS”.
Zoom Info
telaryn:

polytropic-liar:

hugealienpie:

idyllspace:

karenhealey:

dealanexmachina:

legitimately the greatest thing about this show was how everyone was like#nate we’re moving into your life you can’t get rid of us we’re here for good#and nate is a dumbass about everything#it’s a backwards brady bunch#the kids were like this is our family now you two make out and stop angsting so we can all be okay and stop bad guys#leverage#i miss this stupid show so much

I love how when they “stopped off” in Portland and Hardison immediately:1. Bought a microbrewery/bistropub2. Turned the back rooms into their office3. Found them a clientElliot objected because FOOD MATCHING WITH MICROBREWS IS VERY DIFFICULT

THE BREW PUB MENU IS THE MOST DIFFICULT MENU OKAY
I also love how they cut a hole in that wall with a CHAIN SAW and we never ever even once saw a door there, or another space. They just did that to fuck with Nate and I approve.

Six months after Nate and Sophie leave Portland, that damned painting mysteriously appears outside their villa in Comporta. Nate tries to ban it from the house. Sophie makes him sleep on the porch until he learns how to graciously accept a gift like a functional human being.

I love how Hardison approaches moving into Nate’s life especially. Like, “uh, excuse me, I think it’s more like you retroactively moved into my life. My property. This property. That I own.” 

What’s even better about the mystery hole is that John Rogers was asked about the fact that it was never referenced again, and his response was “BEHIND THAT DOOR IS WHERE YOUR FANFICTION HAPPENS”.
Zoom Info
telaryn:

polytropic-liar:

hugealienpie:

idyllspace:

karenhealey:

dealanexmachina:

legitimately the greatest thing about this show was how everyone was like#nate we’re moving into your life you can’t get rid of us we’re here for good#and nate is a dumbass about everything#it’s a backwards brady bunch#the kids were like this is our family now you two make out and stop angsting so we can all be okay and stop bad guys#leverage#i miss this stupid show so much

I love how when they “stopped off” in Portland and Hardison immediately:1. Bought a microbrewery/bistropub2. Turned the back rooms into their office3. Found them a clientElliot objected because FOOD MATCHING WITH MICROBREWS IS VERY DIFFICULT

THE BREW PUB MENU IS THE MOST DIFFICULT MENU OKAY
I also love how they cut a hole in that wall with a CHAIN SAW and we never ever even once saw a door there, or another space. They just did that to fuck with Nate and I approve.

Six months after Nate and Sophie leave Portland, that damned painting mysteriously appears outside their villa in Comporta. Nate tries to ban it from the house. Sophie makes him sleep on the porch until he learns how to graciously accept a gift like a functional human being.

I love how Hardison approaches moving into Nate’s life especially. Like, “uh, excuse me, I think it’s more like you retroactively moved into my life. My property. This property. That I own.” 

What’s even better about the mystery hole is that John Rogers was asked about the fact that it was never referenced again, and his response was “BEHIND THAT DOOR IS WHERE YOUR FANFICTION HAPPENS”.
Zoom Info

telaryn:

polytropic-liar:

hugealienpie:

idyllspace:

karenhealey:

dealanexmachina:

I love how when they “stopped off” in Portland and Hardison immediately:

1. Bought a microbrewery/bistropub
2. Turned the back rooms into their office
3. Found them a client

Elliot objected because FOOD MATCHING WITH MICROBREWS IS VERY DIFFICULT

THE BREW PUB MENU IS THE MOST DIFFICULT MENU OKAY

I also love how they cut a hole in that wall with a CHAIN SAW and we never ever even once saw a door there, or another space. They just did that to fuck with Nate and I approve.

Six months after Nate and Sophie leave Portland, that damned painting mysteriously appears outside their villa in Comporta. Nate tries to ban it from the house. Sophie makes him sleep on the porch until he learns how to graciously accept a gift like a functional human being.

I love how Hardison approaches moving into Nate’s life especially. Like, “uh, excuse me, I think it’s more like you retroactively moved into my life. My property. This property. That I own.” 

What’s even better about the mystery hole is that John Rogers was asked about the fact that it was never referenced again, and his response was “BEHIND THAT DOOR IS WHERE YOUR FANFICTION HAPPENS”.

roachpatrol:

the-real-seebs:

kissmyasajj:

Finally.

… Is Harley even a villain anymore? Between this and the thing I saw a while back with her refusing to fight a superhero who was pregnant, it’s… I mean, she’s turning complicated.

Nah, I think Harley’s more of an antihero than a villain. Though one thing I find really interestingly inverted is that while a lot of male comic anti-heroes will be grim tortured types with soft spots for good girls (see: every issue of sin city, haha), she’s a bright and goofy scamp with a soft spot for a totally fucking evil bastard. I like it. 
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roachpatrol:

the-real-seebs:

kissmyasajj:

Finally.

… Is Harley even a villain anymore? Between this and the thing I saw a while back with her refusing to fight a superhero who was pregnant, it’s… I mean, she’s turning complicated.

Nah, I think Harley’s more of an antihero than a villain. Though one thing I find really interestingly inverted is that while a lot of male comic anti-heroes will be grim tortured types with soft spots for good girls (see: every issue of sin city, haha), she’s a bright and goofy scamp with a soft spot for a totally fucking evil bastard. I like it. 
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roachpatrol:

the-real-seebs:

kissmyasajj:

Finally.

… Is Harley even a villain anymore? Between this and the thing I saw a while back with her refusing to fight a superhero who was pregnant, it’s… I mean, she’s turning complicated.

Nah, I think Harley’s more of an antihero than a villain. Though one thing I find really interestingly inverted is that while a lot of male comic anti-heroes will be grim tortured types with soft spots for good girls (see: every issue of sin city, haha), she’s a bright and goofy scamp with a soft spot for a totally fucking evil bastard. I like it. 
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roachpatrol:

the-real-seebs:

kissmyasajj:

Finally.

… Is Harley even a villain anymore? Between this and the thing I saw a while back with her refusing to fight a superhero who was pregnant, it’s… I mean, she’s turning complicated.

Nah, I think Harley’s more of an antihero than a villain. Though one thing I find really interestingly inverted is that while a lot of male comic anti-heroes will be grim tortured types with soft spots for good girls (see: every issue of sin city, haha), she’s a bright and goofy scamp with a soft spot for a totally fucking evil bastard. I like it. 
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roachpatrol:

the-real-seebs:

kissmyasajj:

Finally.

… Is Harley even a villain anymore? Between this and the thing I saw a while back with her refusing to fight a superhero who was pregnant, it’s… I mean, she’s turning complicated.

Nah, I think Harley’s more of an antihero than a villain. Though one thing I find really interestingly inverted is that while a lot of male comic anti-heroes will be grim tortured types with soft spots for good girls (see: every issue of sin city, haha), she’s a bright and goofy scamp with a soft spot for a totally fucking evil bastard. I like it. 
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roachpatrol:

the-real-seebs:

kissmyasajj:

Finally.

… Is Harley even a villain anymore? Between this and the thing I saw a while back with her refusing to fight a superhero who was pregnant, it’s… I mean, she’s turning complicated.

Nah, I think Harley’s more of an antihero than a villain. Though one thing I find really interestingly inverted is that while a lot of male comic anti-heroes will be grim tortured types with soft spots for good girls (see: every issue of sin city, haha), she’s a bright and goofy scamp with a soft spot for a totally fucking evil bastard. I like it. 
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roachpatrol:

the-real-seebs:

kissmyasajj:

Finally.

… Is Harley even a villain anymore? Between this and the thing I saw a while back with her refusing to fight a superhero who was pregnant, it’s… I mean, she’s turning complicated.

Nah, I think Harley’s more of an antihero than a villain. Though one thing I find really interestingly inverted is that while a lot of male comic anti-heroes will be grim tortured types with soft spots for good girls (see: every issue of sin city, haha), she’s a bright and goofy scamp with a soft spot for a totally fucking evil bastard. I like it. 

tom-nippleston:

tom-nippleston:

tom-nippleston:

tom-nippleston:

tom-nippleston:

I PUT THE HOUSECAT OUTSIDE FOR TWO GODDAMN MINUTES AS A JOKE AND HE COMES RUNNING IN WITH A SNAKE IN HIS MOUTH

OH SHIT THE SNAKE IS STILL ALIVE

THE SNAKE HAS GONE INTO THE LAUNDRY ROOM AND IM ON THE KITCHEN COUNTER WHAT DID I DO TO DESERVE THIS

SNAKE HAS BEEN RELEASED IN THE NEIGHBORS YARD IN A PANICKED, THROWING MOTION

"Fucking put me outside again, bitch. See what happens." -My Asshole Cat

happynoodlegirl83:

kardafricanz:

This is Iceberg, the first white orca whale on earth. Scientists studying a pod of orcas saw his pure white dorsal fin breaking the surface and followed him, thinking that this was a trick of the eye. But Iceberg is the first reported albino killer whale, living in a large pod. Behavioural experts believed that orcas would exile a whale that did not look like the rest of the pod, but since Iceberg was born, his pod has accepted him and he is living a happy and healthy life.

Proving that whales are smarter than people.

happynoodlegirl83:

kardafricanz:

This is Iceberg, the first white orca whale on earth. Scientists studying a pod of orcas saw his pure white dorsal fin breaking the surface and followed him, thinking that this was a trick of the eye. But Iceberg is the first reported albino killer whale, living in a large pod. Behavioural experts believed that orcas would exile a whale that did not look like the rest of the pod, but since Iceberg was born, his pod has accepted him and he is living a happy and healthy life.

Proving that whales are smarter than people.

shadesandgoldbullets:

rickytee:

recoverykitty:

Morning guys. I hope you remember today that if you slip up you can restart your day at any time. You don’t have to wait til the next day to start over. Just sit down, breathe for a few minutes, and start again. 

I like this. I really like this.

Reading this everyday for the weeks to come.

benedoodle-cumberpoodle:

lapfulofmisha:

isabela-stole-my-book:

44% of the audience of Guardians of the Galaxy is female and all the speculation states that women went to see it for Chris Pratt’s body. I don’t think that’s fair. Maybe (and this is crazy) they just like kickass movies with space shit and explosions. Maybe women can do things without men being their motivation. Maybe.

Bless you

I WENT FOR THE TALKING RACCOON MOTHAFUCKAS

ughsocialjustice:

clara-impossiblesoufflegirl:

seerofsarcasm:

nesquiksand:

with-fronds-like-these:

sinking-memories:

I don’t know if you guys know this or not but the girl and the sailor didn’t even know each other, the sailor was drunk and sexually assaulted her in the street and they got off the boat. history lesson. boom.

UM
NO
THAT’S NOT WHAT HAPPENED
Upon hearing the news that the war was over, everyone was celebrating in the streets. The sailor was overwhelmed with the joy of the moment and grabbed a nurse and kissed her before they parted ways. She didn’t see it as a sexual assault, she understood that everyone was celebrating. And it certainly wasn’t simply a drunken act.
Stop trying to ruin this picture. It captures the joy of the end of a really awful time. 

If I’m not mistaken, these two remain friends to this day. 

You aren’t mistaken, they visit each other and their families and exchange christmas cards.
And this is him now:

GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT PEOPLE. LORD

boom.

ughsocialjustice:

clara-impossiblesoufflegirl:

seerofsarcasm:

nesquiksand:

with-fronds-like-these:

sinking-memories:

I don’t know if you guys know this or not but the girl and the sailor didn’t even know each other, the sailor was drunk and sexually assaulted her in the street and they got off the boat. history lesson. boom.

UM

NO

THAT’S NOT WHAT HAPPENED

Upon hearing the news that the war was over, everyone was celebrating in the streets. The sailor was overwhelmed with the joy of the moment and grabbed a nurse and kissed her before they parted ways. She didn’t see it as a sexual assault, she understood that everyone was celebrating. And it certainly wasn’t simply a drunken act.

Stop trying to ruin this picture. It captures the joy of the end of a really awful time. 

If I’m not mistaken, these two remain friends to this day. 

You aren’t mistaken, they visit each other and their families and exchange christmas cards.

And this is him now:

GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT PEOPLE. LORD

boom.

The Japanese say you have three faces.
The first face, you show to the world. The second face, you show to your close friends, and your family.
The third face, you never show anyone. It is the truest reflection of who you are.

(via fassadenmensch)