nemesismess:

When you, on occasion, hear a song and realize it’s a song you’ve been trying to find for months or years

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One time I wanted to show a friend of mine a song I liked, and when he heard it he said “ME AND MY TWIN BROTHER HAD A 20 DOLLAR BET THAT I COULD NEVER FIND THAT SONG. YOU JUST WON ME 20 DOLLARS.”

(via joshpeck)

This morning I woke up with a bottle of water next to my bed and a Snickers in my pocket, and that’s basically the nicest thing drunk me has ever done for myself.

GO ON ANON AND ASK ME THE MOST AWKWARD QUESTION YOU CAN THINK OF. IF I CAN’T PUBLISH IT, YOU WIN.

ayo-tofu:

gasman199:

larry-the-tiger:

heatherserket:

happycatz:

bello-fiore:

rosalique:

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omg do this i will cry

Nobody has ever won this. Ever.

DO IT

do it do it do it

I dare you

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i regret everything

I regret it already but…

bring it motherfuckers fuckin come at me

aren’t everyones genitals generally moist? i mean, i know moist is like the worst word ever or whatever but seriously wouldnt it be more of a problem if they werent moist?

gogogo

(via wazzup1721)

darkpuck:

atopfourthwall:

pokemonmasterkimba:

Somebody kill me
Each Jenny has a different symbol on their hat
And I don’t know which one to do for my cosplay…

…Holy crap, how did I never notice this before?

So THAT’S how Brock knows!

And each Jenny has a different coloured cross! Having done a few DIFFERENT Jennys before (as in, changed the symbol each time I fix the hat), I can grant cosplayers some tips!For starters, the first Jenny in the series has a STAR, this is a good option for people who are beginner cosplayers. I say this, because the first time I EVER cosplayed at a convention (which was my Jenny costume), I was interviewed in character! One thing the guy asked was what town I was from!…. And I couldn’t answer! So again, star is the FIRST JENNY, not hard to watch the show to find which town she’s from! Only problem with the star is, well….. EVERYONE does the damn star.The next symbol I did was of a specific Jenny, one that wore aviators. Why? Because I had just picked up a pair of really cool aviators, and it went well with the costume. So if you’re willing to research which town she comes from, some other Jenny’s might fit you better!The last one I did was that weird ‘H’ looking symbol from the picture. Why? Because it was the easiest looking one I could find!.. That was slightly more interesting than a square, or a hexagon.The last option though, is to make your own symbol! Be your own Jenny, because you are an INDIVIDUAL 

darkpuck:

atopfourthwall:

pokemonmasterkimba:

Somebody kill me

Each Jenny has a different symbol on their hat

And I don’t know which one to do for my cosplay…

…Holy crap, how did I never notice this before?

So THAT’S how Brock knows!

And each Jenny has a different coloured cross! Having done a few DIFFERENT Jennys before (as in, changed the symbol each time I fix the hat), I can grant cosplayers some tips!

For starters, the first Jenny in the series has a STAR, this is a good option for people who are beginner cosplayers. I say this, because the first time I EVER cosplayed at a convention (which was my Jenny costume), I was interviewed in character! One thing the guy asked was what town I was from!…. And I couldn’t answer! So again, star is the FIRST JENNY, not hard to watch the show to find which town she’s from! Only problem with the star is, well….. EVERYONE does the damn star.

The next symbol I did was of a specific Jenny, one that wore aviators. Why? Because I had just picked up a pair of really cool aviators, and it went well with the costume. So if you’re willing to research which town she comes from, some other Jenny’s might fit you better!

The last one I did was that weird ‘H’ looking symbol from the picture. Why? Because it was the easiest looking one I could find!.. That was slightly more interesting than a square, or a hexagon.

The last option though, is to make your own symbol! Be your own Jenny, because you are an INDIVIDUAL 

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(via punkmonksteven)

You know how there are just some songs that you want everybody to hear at least once?

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jl8comic:

JL8 #165 by Yale Stewart
Based on characters in DC Comics. 
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jl8comic:

JL8 #165 by Yale Stewart

Based on characters in DC Comics. 

Like the Facebook page here!

Archive

2014 Con Schedule

Twitter

—-

I’ll be at Wizard World St. Louis next weekend, 4/4-4/6! Come see me at Table D24!

I’m also currently taking pre-show commissions.

$150 - Single character, 9”x12” B/W

$250 - Two characters, 9”x12” B/W

Shoot me a message if you’re interested in a commission.

-Yale

This page makes me way happier than it should.

therealniclee:

My favorite class at Greendale

This is funnier if you read the entire thing before noticing the board.

(via punkmonksteven)

Looking at fashions from different time periods amuses me because the periods always span multiple decades, or even centuries. I mean, we aren’t wearing the same stuff we wore in the 60s. Like could you imagine? 300 years from now they could have media set in our time period, and they’ll have 50s house wives wearing 90s bubble vests. Or flappers wearing hammer pants. You think those huge Elizabethan dress sleeves and collars were actually like 80s shoulder pads, and by the time the era died everyone looked back going “Ugh, what were we thinking?”

thosewerethe90s:

itsnotthatfunnyisit:

saraadianee:

remember when baby spice sang about wearing a condom

remember when it took me over a decade to realize what she was singing about

remember when I never realized this until just now

(via lacigreen)

Part of my high school uniform was a light blue shirt. It was partially see-through in normal conditions, practically translucent if wet. To be honest, it wasn’t normally an issue, most people wore the school sweaters over it, many girls wore the dress instead. What I will never forget, though, was a teacher pulling aside my friend to tell her that he could see her bra. She said that’s not really her fault, he told her she shouldn’t wear a black bra. He told her it was inappropriate and distracting.
The shirts had buttons down the front, and were unisex. My shirt didn’t fit me, partially because they weren’t tailored for female shapes. I found buttoning up both the shirt and the dress was uncomfortable due to my chest size. I would leave them partially unbuttoned, and wear a tank top underneath. I was told that was inappropriate, and distracting.

Thankfully I had the know-how to sew my dress into a skirt, but I had to buy a larger shirt, which only fed the bullying I got for my weight.

We were forced to wear a uniform that was causing girls discomfort and insecurity, and then told it was our fault that we had these problems. I’m not trying to call out my school specifically, because I think you’ll find it’s a common trend amongst schools with uniforms, but it’s things like this that make me realise how much we need feminism in this world. “I can see your bra through our mandatory see-through shirts. This is your fault, not ours.” Sound familiar?