Sometimes, ranting about tracers or artists who have no sense of anatomy isn't enough.

Sometimes I just want to post silly stuff on the interwebs.

I post all kinds of things that I find weird and funny. You have been warned. Sorta.

 

clevercookies0417:

hellothisissatan:

This is literally how it is for a non english speaker to perfect a word pronunciation!

a vine by meshal al jaser

Jesus this is gold

(Source: instagram.com)

bloominrose:

werewolf1992:

darkwingsnark:

polerin:

20daysofjune:

videohall:

Porky Pig’s speech pattern deconstructed

BRUH

Woah.

"And that’s why I have job security"
Well played.

ffuuuuuuuuuuuuuuckkkk man wow this is so great

This was such a fun little segment from “I Know That Voice!”

septetteforadeadprincess:

hotarubot:

how to make ur anime:

(something) no (something)

done now u have an official working title for ur anime

tfw no gf

wafflesex:

Sorry for the delay! Here’s my little sister’s reaction to episode 7 of Free! Eternal Summer! As usual, we watch these as RAW files without any subtitles, so to start she has no idea what’s going on in any episode. At least until I actually let her watch the subtitled version later on. :3

Looks like we have a new character nickname for Kisumi though: Final Fantasy. Personally, I think it’s completely fitting.

Be sure to check out her other reactions here!

Your sister is comedy gold and I wish to subscribe to her future newsletter.

tflatte:

sattelite-stardust:

sleepysatyr:

hey, just an fyi, the creator of five nights at freddy’s is extremely anti choice and even made a pro life video game called The Desolate Hope that’s also on steam.

if you want to play five nights, please torrent it. don’t give him any money.

The man’s allowed to have a stance. If his anti-choice views aren’t being shown in Five Nights at Freddy’s then it’s extremely douchey to encourage people to do that. He’s not the only person who worked on the game — he and his team made it, it became a hit, and they deserve to reap the profits of it.

If you have a problem with his views: cool. Don’t buy his games. 

But do not encourage theft of someone’s work.

Also he denies it was a pro-life game anyway.

http://thanksforexisting.wordpress.com/2012/05/04/the-desolate-hope-by-scott-cawthon/#comment-456

All of a sudden boom motherfucking storm outta nowhere. This is the view outside my house. That intersection always floods up because we don’t have storm drains… why would we, we’re a freakin’ desert. People dump their crap down the drains so boom, it clogs up. You can kinda see in the middle of it how the water IS GUSHING UPWARD FROM THE MIDDLE OF THE STREET.

Crazy.

And it’s raining again.

psuedofolio:

jackscarab:


"Blessed. Treasure. Ridiculous words to say about a monster. … Please, tell me more ridiculous things."

Naur in a rare moment without his cloak on, deftly done once again by Psudonym.
If I wasn’t the sole writer of the entirety of Aether Torrent, if I wasn’t therefore heavily invested in the life and personality of the main protagonist, if I were only a third-person fan of the story, then Naur would probably be my favorite character. The day I realized that, I was very pleasantly surprised.
He was a wandering item shop NPC, the kind one meets inexplicably outside of dungeons or far afield in the wilderness, until he met up with the main cast. His species is a bunch of perfectly ordinary shark-like humanoids, but given that he himself was born imbued with elemental Fire magic, he cannot swim. Water burns. It’s a disability.
Any creatures with his talent are simply called “monsters,” with all the fearful prejudice that implies. His baseline personality would have been quiet and retiring anyway, but a very early childhood of violent reactions to his existence made him deeply agoraphobic …
Except when he’s hidden under that cloak. It’s a wearable security blanket, so he has it on practically all the time, except when some tears need sewing.
Those whale shark patterns are entirely unique to him, likely a side-effect of his elemental mutation. They really help communicate his harmless nature, and kudos to Psu for getting them down so well. And the lighting, too. Well done.

Something about big muscly sensitive shark guys… is the kind of drawing that pleases me when I get to say, “I’m drawing a big muscly sensitive shark guy.”

psuedofolio:

jackscarab:

"Blessed. Treasure. Ridiculous words to say about a monster. … Please, tell me more ridiculous things."

Naur in a rare moment without his cloak on, deftly done once again by Psudonym.

If I wasn’t the sole writer of the entirety of Aether Torrent, if I wasn’t therefore heavily invested in the life and personality of the main protagonist, if I were only a third-person fan of the story, then Naur would probably be my favorite character. The day I realized that, I was very pleasantly surprised.

He was a wandering item shop NPC, the kind one meets inexplicably outside of dungeons or far afield in the wilderness, until he met up with the main cast. His species is a bunch of perfectly ordinary shark-like humanoids, but given that he himself was born imbued with elemental Fire magic, he cannot swim. Water burns. It’s a disability.

Any creatures with his talent are simply called “monsters,” with all the fearful prejudice that implies. His baseline personality would have been quiet and retiring anyway, but a very early childhood of violent reactions to his existence made him deeply agoraphobic …

Except when he’s hidden under that cloak. It’s a wearable security blanket, so he has it on practically all the time, except when some tears need sewing.

Those whale shark patterns are entirely unique to him, likely a side-effect of his elemental mutation. They really help communicate his harmless nature, and kudos to Psu for getting them down so well. And the lighting, too. Well done.

Something about big muscly sensitive shark guys… is the kind of drawing that pleases me when I get to say, “I’m drawing a big muscly sensitive shark guy.”