No clever title yet.

professorfangirl:

youcantbaeawaythegay:

captaincharminghood:

things get heated between the canadians and the americans

*ANGRY CANADIAN NOISES*

Canadians please note: any argument with any American about anything can be won with two words: FREE HEALTHCARE.

random-nexus:

mttyshealy:

LETS PLAY THE “TYPE THESE WORDS IN YOU R TAG BOX AND POST THE FIRST AUTOMATIC TAG THAT COMES UP” GAME: DIRTY WORD ADDITION OK

  • fuck
  • shit
  • dick
  • no
  • hell
  • sex
  • damn

As it happens, I actually didn’t have a ‘fuck’ tag, it just popped up the generic one and I used it first here. The rest you see.

Apparently i didn’t have a ‘dick’ tag

mruff1122:

@robertdowneyJr Bros.

mruff1122:

@robertdowneyJr Bros.

boguskudos:

If you ever see me freeze in public, I’m probably trying to figure out what song is playing

To all the Tumblr users who tend to use tags very liberally:

thejadedkiwano:

Let’s play a game.

Type the following words into your tags box, then post the first automatic tag that comes up.

you, also, what, when, why, how, look, because, never

dduane:

medievalpoc:

Spanning one-ninth of the earth’s circumference across three continents, the Roman Empire ruled a quarter of humanity through complex networks of political power, military domination and economic exchange. These extensive connections were sustained by premodern transportation and communication technologies that relied on energy generated by human and animal bodies, winds, and currents.

Conventional maps that represent this world as it appears from space signally fail to capture the severe environmental constraints that governed the flows of people, goods and information. Cost, rather than distance, is the principal determinant of connectivity.

For the first time, ORBIS allows us to express Roman communication costs in terms of both time and expense. By simulating movement along the principal routes of the Roman road network, the main navigable rivers, and hundreds of sea routes in the Mediterranean, Black Sea and coastal Atlantic, this interactive model reconstructs the duration and financial cost of travel in antiquity.

Taking account of seasonal variation and accommodating a wide range of modes and means of transport, ORBIS reveals the true shape of the Roman world and provides a unique resource for our understanding of premodern history.

Not gonna lie, this is kind of amazing.

Basically, you can plan a trip from Rome to Alexandria, and get an estimate of journey time, expense of trip, the supplies you’ll need….let’s just say it’s better than Oregon Trail:

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attn @petermorwood

modular-definition:

This is one of my favorite Doctor Who moments, by far.

gravesdiggers:

loryisunabletosupinate:

221-weeping-hobbits-in-asgard:

If Rupert Graves’ fans don’t call themselves Graves Diggers, they’re missing out on a huge opportunity

we’ve been calling ourselves that for about 2-3 years

*waves* Hi!

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Guess I have a plan for my Tuesday off…

Guess I have a plan for my Tuesday off…

deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan:

castielthebadassangel:

thegabbicave:

0ftenhated:

savannahfaerie:

doctorsaxon:

sweetmotherofpie:

Imagine a movie like The Avengers

But instead of Marvel heroes joining forces

It was Disney Princesses

“I have an army,” Maleficent taunted.

“Yeah?” said Rapunzel, “We have Kuzco.”

YOU THREW OFF MY GROOVE

“That’s my secret Mulan… I’m always off groove

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“Kuzco.. Smash

when he’s angry he turns into a giant llama

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LKFD;KFKLS;