1. batmanisagatewaydrug:



    Everyone should watch Sky High for the sheer fact that there is a character whose mother is a superhero and father is a super villain and the kid’s name is Warren Peace. 

    Warren Peace, man. 

    He also looks like this, if that helps at all


    This movie is ridiculously underrated and the fact that they didn’t get to make it a four-part series like they had planned is a tragedy 

  2. The twins. Sooner or later, they will meet the twins. It’s not a world of spies anymore. Not even a world of heroes. This is the age of miracles. There’s nothing more horrifying than a miracle.

  3. frantzfandom:


    You’re clearly not old enough to have children if you’re thinking of naming them after anime characters or some shit

    when sasuke inuyasha grows up he’s gonna kick your ass for talking shit

  4. grumpycathos:


    characters that go from villain to awkward friend are so important

  5. "My mind tells me that you wish to see your home again, and yet there is a part of you which calls for adventure. A wanderlust."
    "Yes. Well, we’ll all go home someday."

  6. elihearts:

    last night I had a dream that I was trapped in an auto-body shop and I adopted an orphaned cupcake.

  7. humorous:

    when you motion for your pet to come sit on your lap but they just ignore you and walk away 


  8. weteevee:

    me: *scrolling through blog* wow this is a sick ass blog

    me: wait this is my blog

    me: *keeps scrolling*

  9. nosdrinker:



    where’s the gif of the chef with the really big frying pan


    bless you

  10. I’m waiting for my kid by the playground to get out of school…




    And he just ran by with plastic Cap shield screaming, “Take down Hydra!” with about eight other kids chasing him. 

    Omg, he just skidded to a halt and back tracked and said, “Hey mom!” And he plucked one little girl from the cluster of boys and said, “This is Black Widow!”

    That was so Steve Rogers it hurt. 


About me

I'm insane. Rather, the matter of my sanity is differential when compared to that of others. My idea of concepts like beauty, hilarity, justice, and reality sometimes stand in stark contrast to those held by society. Although these concepts are not "normal," the imperfection of their being is what creates both their attraction as well as the "beauty" of their "perfect" counterparts. Without these pieces that catch my interest, though they may sometimes appear to be morbid, bizarre, "ugly," and frightening, there is no concept of their opposites. A rose is as ugly as garbage, and garbage is as beautiful as a rose.