Sammy

comedyaintpretty:

One of the best ending moments in a movie.

safety-officer-barto:

electro-monk:

Petition for all the Marvel actors to agree that whenever Scarlett gets a blatantly sexist question one of the Chrises just takes it instead.

heatherm00ch:

I reblog this every time I see it. I just cant

Sherlock: YOU FAKED YOUR DEATH?
Moriarty: YEAH
Sherlock: DUDE ME TOO
Moriarty: OH MY GOD
*HIGH FIVE*
*Theme music plays*
What was a policeman, if not a civilian with a uniform and a badge? But they tended to use the term [civilian] these days as a way of describing people who were not policemen. It was a dangerous habit: once policemen stopped being civilians, the only other thing they could be was soldiers.

"Snuff" by Terry Pratchett (via knerdy)

This is way too relevant.

(via aceinnatailsuit)

ammit420:

aa0102:

Men look so ugly masturbating how does that make u feel

jokes on you i look ugly all the time damn wassup how u feel 

wingedflow:

sassygayclarinetist:

canadian vandalism

wingedflow:

sassygayclarinetist:

canadian vandalism

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pizzazzhands:

deanlorean:

Ignoring Cas’s blunt and completely hilarious sense of dry humor for a moment, think about what he’s actually saying here.  Castiel is the name given to him by God.  Castiel translates roughly to ‘my cover is God’ or ‘shield of God’ in Biblical theophory—the ‘el’ suffix means ‘God’, and ‘iel’ means ‘of God.’ Cas is the name given to him by Dean.  Deliberately or not, Dean removed the part of Cas’s name that means ‘of God’, and left him with ‘shield’.  Castiel isn’t actually a Biblical angel—it’s a variant of the name ‘Cassiel’, who was an archangel in the Kabbalah responsible for observing the Earth with no interference.  Making it up as we go, indeed.

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