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lgbbq:

The farther away from valentines day it gets the funnier it is

lgbbq:

The farther away from valentines day it gets the funnier it is

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nastycustomer:

a demoness amongst the trolls

nastycustomer:

a demoness amongst the trolls

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kelpls:

runaway robot breaks into a workshop to fix a broken leg but is discovered by the mechanic who works there . …..image

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jackthevulture:

ideclaresurrenderpendence:

look at his little hands!

I love how stitch has a habit of grasping at things when hes anxious.  One of my favorite parts of the movie is when hes standing in the wreckage of Lilos home, with nothing left to destroy and Jumba comments that he never gave stitch a greater purpose than to destroy.  “What must it be like to have nothing, not even memories to visit” and Stitch is looking around and clenching and un-clenching his hands. 
Its a very nice little habit that they gave him, especially since hes so smart but doesn’t talk much.  It gives him a sort of human anchor, something that ties him to us and gives us something to recognize and read. 

jackthevulture:

ideclaresurrenderpendence:

look at his little hands!

I love how stitch has a habit of grasping at things when hes anxious.  One of my favorite parts of the movie is when hes standing in the wreckage of Lilos home, with nothing left to destroy and Jumba comments that he never gave stitch a greater purpose than to destroy.  “What must it be like to have nothing, not even memories to visit” and Stitch is looking around and clenching and un-clenching his hands. 

Its a very nice little habit that they gave him, especially since hes so smart but doesn’t talk much.  It gives him a sort of human anchor, something that ties him to us and gives us something to recognize and read. 

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ignoremode:

When the videogame plays the instrumental version of the main theme during an important scene

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Anonymous said: are there any downsides to having lesbian parents? like were you ever bullied for it when you were little?

rorpie:

rorpie:

well this annoying thing happens like every day:

I JUST SHOWED MY MOMS THIS AND NOW THEY THINK THEY’RE INTERNET CELEBRITIES

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sweet-rudalf-and-hella-santa:

sweet-rudalf-and-hella-santa:

And so I wake in the morning

And I step outside

And I take a deep breath

and get real high

And I scream at the top of my lungs…

WHAT’S GOING ON

Why is this going around again

The last time this got notes was months ago

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clamjob:

how to sext

clamjob:

how to sext

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kingcheddarxvii:

One of my favorite pieces of Nintendo history is the Gulf War Game Boy. It’s pretty well-known among Nintendo fans but hey! It might be news to you!
After a bombing during the Gulf War, the Game Boy’s owner found it almost completely charred and melted in the wreckage of the blast and sent it back to Nintendo. A Nintendo staff member decided to try to plug it in for the heck of it, and it powered on! Once the screen was replaced it worked like a charm.
The Gulf War Game Boy is a testament to the sturdy design and enduring nature of Nintendo’s handhelds, and it’s pretty amazing to see in action. It’s on display at the Nintendo World Store in NYC, where it spends its retirement playing an endless demo of the original Tetris, adored (but not played on) by all who visit the store. Good job lil buddy, you earned it
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kingcheddarxvii:

One of my favorite pieces of Nintendo history is the Gulf War Game Boy. It’s pretty well-known among Nintendo fans but hey! It might be news to you!

After a bombing during the Gulf War, the Game Boy’s owner found it almost completely charred and melted in the wreckage of the blast and sent it back to Nintendo. A Nintendo staff member decided to try to plug it in for the heck of it, and it powered on! Once the screen was replaced it worked like a charm.

The Gulf War Game Boy is a testament to the sturdy design and enduring nature of Nintendo’s handhelds, and it’s pretty amazing to see in action. It’s on display at the Nintendo World Store in NYC, where it spends its retirement playing an endless demo of the original Tetris, adored (but not played on) by all who visit the store. Good job lil buddy, you earned it

Sources: 1, 2, 3

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