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Sarah. Sixteen. New York. I want a horse.

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faultinourstarsmovie:

One note = one vote. Like or reblog to vote for your state! Go New York! http://thefaultinourstarsmovie.com/demandourstars 

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heyfunniest:

Things to know for no reason. 

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phoenixfire-thewizardgoddess:


WHY DO WE EVEN HAVE THAT LEVER?

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jackthevulture:

sonicbandicoot:

I think the world should take account into this scene

I think tumblr should, too

I think tumblr should too

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eyeofthejaeger:

rinelric:

Idunno who made this but I had this saved on my computer and basically, by looking at your hands you can tell what tribe you would be in if you would live in the bending world. Pretty sweet right? Personally I would be an airbender, I would just ride around on an air ball all day aww yish

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future-robin:

This is honestly one of my favorite Spongebob moments. Can we take a minute to realize how clever the writing for this show used to be? 

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maravilhanaervilha:

OMG I CANT STOP LAUGHING

benditlikekorra:

MD: Early in season three, writer Tim Hedrick pitched the idea of our heroes encountering a caravan of traveling actors who put on a play about the Avatar and his adventures. At the time, we thought the idea sounded too goofy. Later, as we neared the end of the series, we wanted to do a lighter, more comedic episode before the epic, serious finale. So we revisited Tim’s idea as a way to do our own take on ’80s-sitcom “recap” episodes. Having Aang and the kids watch a play about their successes and shortcomings was a great device to reflect on where the journey began and how far they’d come. Plus, it gave us a chance to poke fun at ourselves before anyone else had the opportunity! We had an actress play Aang as a nod to the fact that adult women often voice the boy characters in animated shows. We made Toph a big, buff dude as a joke on our original intention to make Toph a male character. And the Aang actress in the “Koizilla” costume was our homage to the kaiju tradition of Japanese monster movies. 

The cast of the Ember Island Players’ The Boy in the Iceberg. Designs by Angela Mueller and Byan Konietzko. Color by Hye Jung Kim.

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fuckyeah-nerdery:

I like how Ice King doesn’t assume that Marceline is straight.

I like how Adventure Time exists.

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ziusik:

GOD I LOVE THIS FUCKING SHOW

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