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A young man stands in his bedroom. It just so happens that today, the 13th of April, is this young man's birthday. Though it was thirteen years ago he was given life, it is only today he will be given a name!

What will the name of this young man be?
Posted at 12:59am on April 17th - 1369 NOTES

yuunchi:

Valentines Day is coming close (。♥‿♥。)

yuunchi:

Valentines Day is coming close (。♥‿♥。)

Posted at 12:58am on April 17th - 137825 NOTES

I’m just gonna bullshit it.
-- me for the past 20 years (via thisyearsgirls)

(Source: narcissasmalfoy)

Posted at 12:57am on April 17th - 159626 NOTES

poprocksforbreakfast:

officialfrenchtoast:

"hey don’t you have a crush on…"

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that gif is perfectly looped wtf

Posted at 12:55am on April 17th - 116061 NOTES

thedorkiestviking:

Bubba was my best good friend.

(Source: kinghanalister)

Posted at 12:54am on April 17th - 113749 NOTES

revengeofgojira:

nevvymaster:

otterparade:

shortylego:

vishbythefishboy:

howtobethatawkwardgirl:

did-you-kno:

Source

What happened along the way? 

THEY THOUGHT THAT IT WAS TOO SCARY
AND THEN THEY CHANGED THE VILLAIN COMPLETELY
AND THE MAIN WRITER QUIT BECAUSE OF THAT
IN THE ORIGINALY STORY YZMA WAS GOING TO BE SUMMONING THE INCA GOD OF DEATH AND PACHA WAS A GIRL WHO FELL IN LOVE WITH KUZCO WHO HAD NEARLY BEEN KILLED BY THE GOD OF DEATH BUT INSTEAD TURNED INTO A LAMA
You can find Yzma’s deleted song online now. It’s really cool.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=374xW4zZbZA
THIS IS THE COOLEST THING HOLY 

Pencil Tests for the song
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1VetyaexJs

OH MY GOD. 
Mastery in black magic and potions/poisons, the ability to communicate with things on the other side, her her skinny shape and gaunt facial structure…
Her affinity to the color purple… the transformation abilities…
THE ORIGINAL YZMA NEVER LEFT US. She had a sex change and changed her name to Dr. Facilier.


When he mentioned that he came from royalty, he wasn’t kidding.

Well then.

revengeofgojira:

nevvymaster:

otterparade:

shortylego:

vishbythefishboy:

howtobethatawkwardgirl:

did-you-kno:

Source

What happened along the way? 

THEY THOUGHT THAT IT WAS TOO SCARY

AND THEN THEY CHANGED THE VILLAIN COMPLETELY

AND THE MAIN WRITER QUIT BECAUSE OF THAT

IN THE ORIGINALY STORY YZMA WAS GOING TO BE SUMMONING THE INCA GOD OF DEATH AND PACHA WAS A GIRL WHO FELL IN LOVE WITH KUZCO WHO HAD NEARLY BEEN KILLED BY THE GOD OF DEATH BUT INSTEAD TURNED INTO A LAMA

You can find Yzma’s deleted song online now. It’s really cool.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=374xW4zZbZA

THIS IS THE COOLEST THING HOLY 

Pencil Tests for the song

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1VetyaexJs

OH MY GOD. 

Mastery in black magic and potions/poisons, the ability to communicate with things on the other side, her her skinny shape and gaunt facial structure…

Her affinity to the color purple… the transformation abilities…

THE ORIGINAL YZMA NEVER LEFT US. She had a sex change and changed her name to Dr. Facilier.

image

image

When he mentioned that he came from royalty, he wasn’t kidding.

Well then.

Posted at 12:53am on April 17th - 16751 NOTES

almost-tumbir-famous:

24cylinders:

SO I WENT TO GET MY PICTURE WITH JIM BEAVER AND MARK SHEPPARD WAS LIKE “excuse me I have to do this” AND I WAS JUST LIKE ?????

he’s got your soul now

almost-tumbir-famous:

24cylinders:

SO I WENT TO GET MY PICTURE WITH JIM BEAVER AND MARK SHEPPARD WAS LIKE “excuse me I have to do this” AND I WAS JUST LIKE ?????

he’s got your soul now

Posted at 12:52am on April 17th - 59377 NOTES

penisparker:

notdaredevil:

penisparker:

i’ve got a phd in the art of not giving a shit

you can’t get a doctorate in art

i don’t give a shit

Posted at 12:51am on April 17th - 15326 NOTES

(Source: insanepocky)

Posted at 12:49am on April 17th - 220 NOTES

blackfashion:

Fresco Mills, 24
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Jacket: House of Ra’oof
Jeans: Righteous Rebel Denim & Apparel
Sneakers: Nike

blackfashion:

Fresco Mills, 24

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Jacket: House of Ra’oof

Jeans: Righteous Rebel Denim & Apparel

Sneakers: Nike

Posted at 12:48am on April 17th - 1260 NOTES

yinx1:

desireewariaro:


Dear White People was recently picked up by Lionsgate for distribution this fall. Despite it’s internet viral success (the initial Indiegogo campaign raised approximately $25,000 in three days) and Sundance credentials, Simien acknowledged that it is likely to be seen as a Black Film by the general public. Simien’s film is definitely an homage to the late 80s and early 90s satirical movies by directors like Spike Lee and Robert Townsend, but this isn’t a movie that is –or should be- aimed at Black audiences alone. For me that would be a strange place to put a movie filmed in the style of Spike Lee and Wes Anderson’s love child with hints of a 60s New Wave influence. The film’s referential style is likely in part due to this being Simien’s first feature length film. As a director he hasn’t had the time to develop his own style, and it shows as he meshes together several imitations of others’ styles and various cinematic influences. But there was truth to what he said later, explaining that the references were also pointed and intentional because they’re not something expected (or often seen) from a Black director and cast. — Kendra James (x)

Can’t wait to see this!

So proud of them

yinx1:

desireewariaro:

Dear White People was recently picked up by Lionsgate for distribution this fall. Despite it’s internet viral success (the initial Indiegogo campaign raised approximately $25,000 in three days) and Sundance credentials, Simien acknowledged that it is likely to be seen as a Black Film by the general public. Simien’s film is definitely an homage to the late 80s and early 90s satirical movies by directors like Spike Lee and Robert Townsend, but this isn’t a movie that is –or should be- aimed at Black audiences alone. For me that would be a strange place to put a movie filmed in the style of Spike Lee and Wes Anderson’s love child with hints of a 60s New Wave influence. The film’s referential style is likely in part due to this being Simien’s first feature length film. As a director he hasn’t had the time to develop his own style, and it shows as he meshes together several imitations of others’ styles and various cinematic influences. But there was truth to what he said later, explaining that the references were also pointed and intentional because they’re not something expected (or often seen) from a Black director and cast. — Kendra James (x)

Can’t wait to see this!

So proud of them

(Source: racialicious)

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