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August 02 2017

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rstevens:

The One Sure-Fire Way to Have More Fun in Bed

http://www.dieselsweeties.com/ics/360/

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flovvright:

me trying to comprehend anything anyone says to me

August 01 2017

14:40
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signalrun:

midnightruin:

diananock:

thebeautyofperception:

Aw, yeah, that’s the good shit.

I love abandoned ruins so much

the world taken back by nature is my aesthetic

July 28 2017

10:18

professorsparklepants:

fireflysummers:

zephyrantha:

aethersea:

nightfoot:

thesummoningdark:

rhys1812:

poorlydescribedpterrybooks:

amatalefay:

poorlydescribedpterrybooks:

tisorridalamor:

Describing Terry Pratchett’s books is difficult. Someone asked me what the book I was reading was about, and I had to tell them it was about banking and the gold standard, but like in a cool way with golems and action. 

 I don’t think they believed me.

welcome to the club

It is so, so difficult to explain to people that your favorite book is about transgender feminist dwarves, Nazi werewolves, and the mystery of a missing piece of really old ritual bread. And Opera saves the day.

yes, give us those sweet, sweet, terrible descriptions

A tortoise who’s really a god, finds an allegory for Jesus and they go on adventures in an ancient greece like place and then a desert 

The chief of police averts a rerun of an ancient war, partially despite and partially because of being possessed by a dying dwarf’s graffiti

It’s like Les Miserables but Javert is the good guy and also there’s time travel.  

Macbeth but it’s about the witches

Chapter one, the protagonist is hanged. Then he’s put in charge of the post office. Yes, in that order.

Death gets fired for being too human, but his boss hasn’t found a replacement yet. The resultant undead are just as annoyed as the living.
Meanwhile death takes up farming and the babadook comes out of the closet.

Romeo and Juliet, where Juliet’s pie making best friend who landed her job as a model for dwarvish haute couture is dating a candle making orc who gets recruited with Romeo for a football team made of wizards.

July 26 2017

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Old train bridge.

It’s actually a bit fascinating: (if these things fascinate you) The bridge is in Switzerland, but owned by Germany. Since neither of these countries feels particularly responsible for it it just sits there, rusting away.

06:40
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carsthatnevermadeitetc:

BMW M1, 1980. For sale in Scotts Valley CA, United States for $745,000, this M1 has travelled 8441 miles (13584 km) since new. Only 453 production M1s were built, making it one of BMW’s rarest models.

July 25 2017

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thisobscuredesireforbeauty:

This Is Spinal Tap (Dir. Rob Reiner, 1984).
Source

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rubyetc:

please read each panel very carefully

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thejunesky:

writers-hq:

Accurately-titled novels. 

July 24 2017

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rstevens:

Tonight’s comic wants to know what flavor coffee that is.

http://www.dieselsweeties.com/ics/355/

July 22 2017

05:15

its tuesday post cow tools

explainingthejoke:

iguanamouth:

sinbadism:

pw132:

when you die you understand this

The image is a single panel comic of a cow standing on its hind legs beside a table covered in blobby, unidentifiable objects. The final object looks like a saw. The commenter doesn’t get the joke, and that seems to be universal. However, Tumblr user iguanamouth has provided insight from the author of the comic, which explains the joke - or lack thereof.

Gary Larson says:

Inevitably, I began thinking about cows, and what if they, too, were discovered as toolmakers. What would they make? Primitive tools are always, well, primitive-looking - appearing rather nondescript to the lay person. So, it seemed to me, whatever a cow would make would have to be even a couple notches further down the “skill-o-meter.” I imagined, and subsequently drew, a cow standing next to her handiwork (hoofiwork?). The “cow tools” were supposed to be just meaningless artifacts - only the cow or a cowthropologist is supposed to know what they’re used for. The first mistake I made was in thinking this was funny. The second was making one of the tools resemble a crude handsaw - which made already confused people decide that their only hope in understanding the cartoon meant deciphering what the other tools were as well. Of course, they didn’t have a chance in hell.

Gary Larson made a lot of funny comics, but this one failed.

July 20 2017

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