Mr. and Mrs. Dursley, of number four, Privet Drive, were proud to say that they were perfectly normal, but everything changed when the fire nation attacked.
When I was younger, I scared my mother to death, the things I would blurt out about District 12, but everything changed when the fire nation attacked.
The morning had dawned clear and cold, with a crispness that hinted at the end of summer, but everything changed when the fire nation attacked.
'Tis some visitor,' I muttered, `tapping at my chamber door' but everything changed when the fire nation attacked.
In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth, but everything changed when the fire nation attacked.
do you see this image? this is the computer generated image of what the world is going to look like in december of 2012. it’s a horribel sight isn’t it? stop this madness, lets prevent the ending of the world. stop kony 2012
stop kony from smashing some planets together he has the power
Actually it’s a replicated image of when Thea crashed into Earth to form the moon, but okay.
No, this is an MRI of someone dying. The brain releases a endorphins at the moment of death, making them feel a range of emotions. Tragically beautiful.
Say hello to mechanically separated chicken.
This is a picture of my friend Becky. She used to be a happy, popular girl until one night she snorted marijuana at a party. She died instantly. Please, don’t do marijuana. It’s the most dangerous drug out there. Please don’t wind up like Becky.
No you guys this is what an abortion looks like at nine months. Reblog if you’re against the baby-killing liberal media.
Oh my god you’re all stupid. This is Marilyn Monroe. Does she look stick skinny to you? No she had curves. Like every woman should. This is true beauty.
Wait. What? I thought that this is melting butter.
no this is patrick
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Hey courteney, remember this???
What are heroes without villains? To follow up with my Rebooting the Justice League post, where I treated those characters to a more extreme reboot than DC’s “New 52,” I thought it would be fun to take a look at a redesigned…
The Premise - I wanted to make an X-Men reboot that plays to the strength of the concepts, namely growing up as a teenager, dealing with those who are different and how to deal with those who hate you. The primary change in my setting is that the mutations have a clear sci-fi foundation rather than just being random superpowers. Mutants being “the next stage in human evolution” was biologically dubious in the 60s, and now it’s just corny. Additionally, I think the X-Men premise only really makes sense in a setting without other superheroes. With that in mind, here’s my pitch…
Why is this not being made at this very moment?
Song: Mother, I'm Here (Zulf's Theme)
Reasons to love Scrubs: Dr. Cox and JD
Frankly each time you call me a girl’s name I die a little inside.