Jeyl's Tholian Silk

Jul 25

theshoutfactory:

Guess who’s coming to Scream Factory?

Snake: WHAT DID YOU DO TO ME, A**HOLE?!

theshoutfactory:

Guess who’s coming to Scream Factory?

Snake: WHAT DID YOU DO TO ME, A**HOLE?!

“I think [HBO’s Game of Thrones] rides a very fine line and creatively it’s sort of amazing, because I think sometimes people are outraged by how much nudity there is and how compromised women are in these circumstances. And then they find a way to fill these characters with such a richness, and to kind of blindside you with a power that is within a female character, a level of intelligence, a survival skill that can totally outshine any of the other characters that we’re familiar with. And I think that they’re not afraid really shine a light on how fucking terrible it can be for a woman out there. How dangerous it is in this world and the kind of violence that is perpetrated against women.” — SDCC Exclusive: Pedro Pascal Gives Us His Take On Game of Thrones Gender Roles | The Mary Sue (via themarysue)

(via themarysue)

Jul 24

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Jul 23

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In honor of Batman’s 75th Anniversary.

In honor of Batman’s 75th Anniversary.

Jul 22

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Jul 16

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Jul 14

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Jul 13

kwmurphy:

7 Mistakes You’re Making with Olive Oil

Shampooing your dog with it.


Pouring it on Lord Denethor and lighting him on fire.


Trying to use it as currency.


Carrying it in a gallon freezer bag and telling people it’s your nephew Walt.


Freezing it in the shape of olives.


Dressing like Popeye and trying to have sex with it.


Using it as a metaphor to describe Johnny Fontaine’s hair to Tom Hagen.

kwmurphy:

7 Mistakes You’re Making with Olive Oil

  1. Shampooing your dog with it.

  2. Pouring it on Lord Denethor and lighting him on fire.

  3. Trying to use it as currency.

  4. Carrying it in a gallon freezer bag and telling people it’s your nephew Walt.

  5. Freezing it in the shape of olives.

  6. Dressing like Popeye and trying to have sex with it.

  7. Using it as a metaphor to describe Johnny Fontaine’s hair to Tom Hagen.