fuzzy-purple-lights:

team-joebama:

i just watched this five times in a row

The kid doing the Obama impersonation (cameron) is literally our senior class president. He won by doing his entire speech in Obama’s voice I shit you not.

remington-zero:

beach day

unpretty:

say what you will about fangirls but when someone says ‘fangirling’ i think of excitement and unbridled glee and undignified noises of delight but when someone says ‘fanboying’ i think of impotent rage and insecurity and disproportionate aggression

I’m super terrible at these, I’m the one half-cropped on the left. Mon amie, star-lordthelegendaryoutlaw, is there on the right.

The da3 graphics and gameplay are great! Can’t wait to try the PC version tho, I hate playing on the Xbone.

star-lordthelegendaryoutlaw:

Robinade and I just got done playing Dragon Age multiplayer ;)

Worth the 1hr 45 min wait…

We were all pretty bad at sticking together so we kept dying XD

kittyinabeaker:

jenoshmellark:

When an actor stumbles into their fandom on Tumblr:

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The longer that gif went on, the more I laughed/cried. 

cptfunk:

dduane:

hedwig-dordt:


Yelling myths at the internet.
The best way to learn about mythology is by going to college or watching movies like Thor and Troy, right? Wrong. For the past few years, Myths RETOLD has been sharing the world’s oldest stories using a kind of caps-locked slam poetry. Or as the site’s author Cory O’Brien puts it, “Yelling myths at the internet.”
With titles like “Charlemagne is Heteroflexible” and “Daedalus is a Way Bigger Asshole Than You Suspected,” Myths RETOLD takes on everything from Aesop’s Fables to the Zoroastrians. The thing about most ancient myths is that they lend themselves really well to this kind of crude and funny, rap/poetry style. They have timeless themes: murder, incest, dick jokes, and bearded men dressing in drag to marry an ice giant and steal back their magical hammer. (Spoiler alert: That one didn’t make it into the Thor movie.)
For O’Brien, this passion for mythology recently resulted in a book deal. Zeus Grants Stupid Wishes: A No-Bullshit Guide to World Mythology came out earlier this year, featuring an intriguing selection of (awesomely genuine) myths that you’ve probably only heard in their cleaned-up, child-friendly versions. The book’s blurb is in iteself an eye-opener:
Zeus once stuffed an unborn fetus inside his thigh to save its life after he exploded its mother by being too good in bed.
The Hindu universe is run by a married couple who only stop murdering in order to throw sweet dance parties…on the corpses of their enemies.
The Norse goddess Freyja once consented to a four-dwarf gangbang in exchange for one shiny necklace.
Curious about this one-man crusade to educate the world on classic mythology, we contacted Cory O’Brien for a chat… [READ MORE]

Did I mention I’m a huge Greek mythology geek?

Not just you. :)

NEED IT

cptfunk:

dduane:

hedwig-dordt:

Yelling myths at the internet.

The best way to learn about mythology is by going to college or watching movies like Thor and Troy, right? Wrong. For the past few years, Myths RETOLD has been sharing the world’s oldest stories using a kind of caps-locked slam poetry. Or as the site’s author Cory O’Brien puts it, “Yelling myths at the internet.”

With titles like “Charlemagne is Heteroflexible” and “Daedalus is a Way Bigger Asshole Than You Suspected,” Myths RETOLD takes on everything from Aesop’s Fables to the Zoroastrians. The thing about most ancient myths is that they lend themselves really well to this kind of crude and funny, rap/poetry style. They have timeless themes: murder, incest, dick jokes, and bearded men dressing in drag to marry an ice giant and steal back their magical hammer. (Spoiler alert: That one didn’t make it into the Thor movie.)

For O’Brien, this passion for mythology recently resulted in a book deal. Zeus Grants Stupid Wishes: A No-Bullshit Guide to World Mythology came out earlier this year, featuring an intriguing selection of (awesomely genuine) myths that you’ve probably only heard in their cleaned-up, child-friendly versions. The book’s blurb is in iteself an eye-opener:

  • Zeus once stuffed an unborn fetus inside his thigh to save its life after he exploded its mother by being too good in bed.
  • The Hindu universe is run by a married couple who only stop murdering in order to throw sweet dance parties…on the corpses of their enemies.
  • The Norse goddess Freyja once consented to a four-dwarf gangbang in exchange for one shiny necklace.

Curious about this one-man crusade to educate the world on classic mythology, we contacted Cory O’Brien for a chat… [READ MORE]

Did I mention I’m a huge Greek mythology geek?

Not just you. :)

NEED IT

star-lordthelegendaryoutlaw:

JUST ANNOUNCED

ONE OF THE MOUNTS YOU CAN GET IS A WAR NUG

!!!!!

Also!

Blackwall: I like big beards and I cannot lie.

Pax Prime is tomorrow!

solassians:

just a reminder, here’s what we can look forward to (all times PDT)

  • DA:I single player demo at 11 am
  • Dragon Age Keep demo at 12 pm
  • Dragon Age multiplayer panel at 4 pm
  • Inquisition HQ demo at 5 pm

aren’t you excited?!

c-bedford:

Fenris dakimakura commission for Рёта.