28 8 / 2012

Old Spice Muscle Music (by Terry Crews)

25 8 / 2012

24 8 / 2012

I’m sorry I made this

I’m sorry I made this

24 8 / 2012

we-are-the-meta:

I choose you, Slendermon!
I suck at drawing on the computer LOL

we-are-the-meta:

I choose you, Slendermon!

I suck at drawing on the computer LOL

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21 8 / 2012

11 7 / 2012

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11 7 / 2012

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11 7 / 2012

11 7 / 2012

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11 7 / 2012

calvinandhobbes-daily:

July 10, 1988

calvinandhobbes-daily:

July 10, 1988

11 7 / 2012

oldfilmsflicker:


Start preparing to throw as many parties as your landlord will allow in the month of August, Bill Murray may be stopping by.
Bill Murray is known for a lot of things: one, for being the hilarious leading man in comedy classics like “Groundhog Day” and “Ghostbusters” as well as being the presiding godfather over Wes Anderson’s blessed career. In his latter years, he has also become infamous for his various eccentricities such as random guest-bartending spots and random party-crashing where he’ll stop in for a drink or maybe a whole meal.
Now for the month of August, Murray will be bringing his party-crashing to a whole new level with an organized tour of random stop-ins. If you’re having a party in any of the cities he’s visiting, put up a big sign that says “BILL MURRAY CAN CRASH HERE” to let him know he is welcome. Hopefully this announcement won’t bring too much pandemonium — no one wants a party with Bill Murray broken up by the cops. Oh yes, and alcohol and karaoke are a must-have.
Murray will be hitting many key U.S. cities including Phoenix, Chicago, Kansas City, Boston and many more (uh, no more New York spots? What gives?).
To get an idea of what a Bill Murray party is like, check out this scene from “Lost in Translation” and get a good view of the flyer for the tour.

(via Bill Murray to embark on party-crashing tour in August | Death and Taxes)

oldfilmsflicker:

Start preparing to throw as many parties as your landlord will allow in the month of August, Bill Murray may be stopping by.

Bill Murray is known for a lot of things: one, for being the hilarious leading man in comedy classics like “Groundhog Day” and “Ghostbusters” as well as being the presiding godfather over Wes Anderson’s blessed career. In his latter years, he has also become infamous for his various eccentricities such as random guest-bartending spots and random party-crashing where he’ll stop in for a drink or maybe a whole meal.

Now for the month of August, Murray will be bringing his party-crashing to a whole new level with an organized tour of random stop-ins. If you’re having a party in any of the cities he’s visiting, put up a big sign that says “BILL MURRAY CAN CRASH HERE” to let him know he is welcome. Hopefully this announcement won’t bring too much pandemonium — no one wants a party with Bill Murray broken up by the cops. Oh yes, and alcohol and karaoke are a must-have.

Murray will be hitting many key U.S. cities including Phoenix, Chicago, Kansas City, Boston and many more (uh, no more New York spots? What gives?).

To get an idea of what a Bill Murray party is like, check out this scene from “Lost in Translation” and get a good view of the flyer for the tour.

(via Bill Murray to embark on party-crashing tour in August | Death and Taxes)

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10 7 / 2012

fishingboatproceeds:

mydamnchannel:

Cookie Monster covers “Call Me Maybe”. In other news, everything is right in the world now.

The Internet has made us something beautiful.

10 7 / 2012

10 7 / 2012

10 7 / 2012

bonnarpetit:

word-bender:

see, I’m actually looking forward to Elementary
probably just me

yup just you that’s why this photo has 500+ notes
(to be fair though I wouldn’t be surprised if some Sherlock fans reblogged just to hate it)

bonnarpetit:

word-bender:

see, I’m actually looking forward to Elementary

probably just me

yup just you that’s why this photo has 500+ notes

(to be fair though I wouldn’t be surprised if some Sherlock fans reblogged just to hate it)

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