Dippy in Wonderland
Panic! At The Disco - The Piano Knows Something I Don't Know (Alternate Version) [Live]
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ohburryouareabsolutelyridiculous:

STEP 1: PUT HEADPHONES IN OR ON.
STEP 2: TURN VOLUME UP ALL THE WAY.
(I’m not joking turn it up all the way up or almost all the way up [aim for like 75% or higher].)
STEP 3: PRESS PLAY.
STEP 4:
LISTEN TO;

  • THE VOICE.
  • THE STRINGS.
  • & THE OVERLAPPING REPETITION.


You won’t regret it. I promise.
Especially with that ending.

tehnakki:

nerdiosity:

superwolfavengewholock:

It’s a fucking Nick Furry cosplay cat.

I tried to scroll past it.

hahahahah. yes.

tehnakki:

nerdiosity:

superwolfavengewholock:

It’s a fucking Nick Furry cosplay cat.

I tried to scroll past it.

hahahahah. yes.

dragoncall:

Eurovision 

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vinebox:

White people be like ..

staff:

Tumblr Tuesday: Earth Day
Urgency NetworkYou’ve already lived on Earth, now trying vacationing above it. Starting today, support the Earth Day Network (or another of the participating charities) and you could visit friggin’ outer space.
Years of Living DangerouslyThe Showtime series documenting climate change and natural disasters collaborated with Symbolia to create comics on climate change. It’s cool. Too cool. Second coming of the ice age cool. Which isn’t cool at all. 
NRDCNatural Resources Defense Council’s mission is to safeguard the Earth and everything that inhabits this crazy floating rock. Follow to watch them call out the FDA and politicos alike. 
I Want to Be RecycledYour garbage wants to be something. Let it spread its trashy wings and undergo its metamorphosis into a lamp shade or bench.
Nature on PBS50 pages of monkey GIFs, deer butts and… bionic pets? A round of high fives for public broadcasting. 
Photo via pbsnature

staff:

Tumblr Tuesday: Earth Day

Urgency Network
You’ve already lived on Earth, now trying vacationing above it. Starting today, support the Earth Day Network (or another of the participating charities) and you could visit friggin’ outer space.

Years of Living Dangerously
The Showtime series documenting climate change and natural disasters collaborated with Symbolia to create comics on climate change. It’s cool. Too cool. Second coming of the ice age cool. Which isn’t cool at all. 

NRDC
Natural Resources Defense Council’s mission is to safeguard the Earth and everything that inhabits this crazy floating rock. Follow to watch them call out the FDA and politicos alike. 

I Want to Be Recycled
Your garbage wants to be something. Let it spread its trashy wings and undergo its metamorphosis into a lamp shade or bench.

Nature on PBS
50 pages of monkey GIFs, deer butts and… bionic pets? A round of high fives for public broadcasting. 

Photo via pbsnature

big-finish-sketches:

smith-and-tyler:

Madame Vastra and Jenny (x)

I’ve seen a lot of commentary about how awesome it is to have a lesbian couple on this show (which it is!), but can we talk about how it’s even awesomer that they have a perfect Dom/sub dynamic? Jenny acts as Vastra’s maidservant, calls her wife “Madame”, curtsies for her, and is the best example of the “submissive badass” idea I’ve ever seen. 
I can’t even remember the last time I saw a well-written Dom/sub couple in a TV series, and I’ve never encountered any story before which presented it so casually and naturally. To see consensual power exchange written entirely without the standard BDSM tropes, instead just focusing entirely on their day-to-day-lives… I think it’s absolutely fantastic. Even more because it’s part of a kids’ TV show! These two are happy, their relationship is completely stable, and they just happen to be queer and interspecies and into cross-dressing and living in a mistress/servant arrangement. And other characters are mocked for thinking it’s weird.
I think Doctor Who is genuinely changing representation in mainstream media, at a pace well beyond any other show, and I completely adore every bit of it.

big-finish-sketches:

smith-and-tyler:

Madame Vastra and Jenny (x)

I’ve seen a lot of commentary about how awesome it is to have a lesbian couple on this show (which it is!), but can we talk about how it’s even awesomer that they have a perfect Dom/sub dynamic? Jenny acts as Vastra’s maidservant, calls her wife “Madame”, curtsies for her, and is the best example of the “submissive badass” idea I’ve ever seen. 

I can’t even remember the last time I saw a well-written Dom/sub couple in a TV series, and I’ve never encountered any story before which presented it so casually and naturally. To see consensual power exchange written entirely without the standard BDSM tropes, instead just focusing entirely on their day-to-day-lives… I think it’s absolutely fantastic. Even more because it’s part of a kids’ TV show! These two are happy, their relationship is completely stable, and they just happen to be queer and interspecies and into cross-dressing and living in a mistress/servant arrangement. And other characters are mocked for thinking it’s weird.

I think Doctor Who is genuinely changing representation in mainstream media, at a pace well beyond any other show, and I completely adore every bit of it.

edwardspoonhands:

Suddenly I’m a Pittsburgh fan…one baby is all it took.

karlwhatarebuttonsurban:

steamedporkbun:


Popeye in Costa Rica.

chris pine sends this photo to all his friends, so proud of himself for catching such a nice fish
karl urban sends this back

"fml" whispers chris pine as he sets his fish free and watches it disappear into the briny pitiless depths along with his dreams of homemade sushi for dinner

and now, instead of Chris Pine and Karl Urban, imagine this being Bones and Jim on shore leave. 

karlwhatarebuttonsurban:

steamedporkbun:

Popeye in Costa Rica.

chris pine sends this photo to all his friends, so proud of himself for catching such a nice fish

karl urban sends this back

"fml" whispers chris pine as he sets his fish free and watches it disappear into the briny pitiless depths along with his dreams of homemade sushi for dinner

and now, instead of Chris Pine and Karl Urban, imagine this being Bones and Jim on shore leave.