There is someonethat I always wanted to meet.
Wil Wheaton, mensch.
✽ Peter Capaldi in The Lair of the White Worm (1988).
Oh RIGHT. I have seen a movie with Peter Capaldi then.
Norwegian artist Markus Moestue built and rode a three-wheeled dinosaur bicycle across the Bible belt of Norway as a form of protest against religion. He explained, "It is a protest against the dogmatic religious education of children, and the idea originated from the theme-parks of creationists that teach children that humans and dinosaurs used to live together."
The perfect nightlight for any villain.
i need it
I will craft this from my bare hands as a sign of my extreme love for madmaxish
I WOULD WIFE YOU IMMEDIATELY
IIIII NEEEED IIIIIITTTT
Original artist: Dan (The Monster Man) Reeder
Due to blog problems months ago he’s reposted the page with the making of photos here.
And there’s a video of it here..
I’ve been waiting for Phil Tippett to respond to this joke
…Smokey the Bear, Smokey the Bear,Prowling and growling and sniffing the air
He can find a fire before it starts to flame
That’s why they call him Smokey, that’s how he got his name…
For Smokey’s 70th Birthday, here’s country star Eddy Arnold with a few fire prevention tips and singing the very catchy “Smokey the Bear”.
Ever wondered - is it Smokey Bear or Smokey the Bear?
Smokey’s official name has no “the” in the middle though. It was added in 1952 to achieve proper rhythm in the song “Smokey the Bear”, written by Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins.
I AM GROOT
"Underneath the footprints it says “I solemnly swear that I am up to no good” in clear UV-reactive ink"
The Harry Potter geek in me just freaked out.
Crescent over The Temple of Poseidon in Athens, Greece
Kelburn Castle in Scotland is a stately home whose original structure likely dates from before the 13th century. It is thought to be one of the oldest castles in Scotland to have been continuously occupied by the same family — the other being Dunvegan Castle — and its original Norman Keep (which was built primarily for defense rather than comfort) is now enclosed within a larger home that was completed around 1581.