masteradept

deliciouskaek:

sourcedumal:

theballadofdevon:

invisibleblackunicorn:

jcoleknowsbest:

mimicryisnotmastery:

thechocolatedandy:

Seriously, hipsters can do die in a fire.

I got my life. Get yours today.

yeap!

I HAVE TO REBLOG THIS AGAIN

AND FILL MY QUEUE WITH IT

AHHHHH KAI DAVIS FILLS ME WITH TOO MUCH LIIIIIIIIIIIIIIFEEEEEE

ETHER.

Went ALL THE FUCKING WAY IN….

putting this back on y’all’s dash

you love it. i know you do.

bana05

mysticalclockworkangel:

careese-poi:

bl4nk-canvas:

roachpatrol:

taylorthegay:

rainb0w-crash:

skettismyname:

iamlingy:

twyll:

masterassassino:

everything-counts:

theannonymus:

oceansidedreamer:

THAT IS THE COOLEST FUCKING AD I HAVE SEEN IN A WHILE!

you sir are boss

Achievement Unlocked: Be the coolest person alive.

I thought this was gonna be a Sony advert. xD
That was epic, though.  

Is it odd that I can totally see dog tier Jade just doing this.

Hand porn

My brain.

He has really nice fingers…

OMFGOMFGOMFGOMFG!!!

Whoah, get on my blog. This is so gorgeous. 

Reblogging again.

All I see is the talent he has with those fingers….

This commercial is freaking amazing though. Skills all throughout. 

womanistgamergirl
octopibeefly:

About the Artwork:
” “Black Power Salute” commemorates the moment during the 1968 Olympics, in which African-Americans Tommie Smith and John Carlos exultantly gestured skyward, effectively leveling the playing field for civil rights. During the Mexico City games, Smith won the 200-meter race, setting a world record, and Carlos placed third. On the podium, they made a statement for equality by wearing symbolic attire and raising black-gloved fists during “The Star-Spangled Banner.” The backlash was immediate and vicious—Smith and Carlos were expelled from the U.S. Olympic team, and even received death threats. This powerful image endured, becoming symbolic of African-American athletes’ quest for equality” (x)

octopibeefly:

About the Artwork:

” “Black Power Salute” commemorates the moment during the 1968 Olympics, in which African-Americans Tommie Smith and John Carlos exultantly gestured skyward, effectively leveling the playing field for civil rights. During the Mexico City games, Smith won the 200-meter race, setting a world record, and Carlos placed third. On the podium, they made a statement for equality by wearing symbolic attire and raising black-gloved fists during “The Star-Spangled Banner.” The backlash was immediate and vicious—Smith and Carlos were expelled from the U.S. Olympic team, and even received death threats. This powerful image endured, becoming symbolic of African-American athletes’ quest for equality” (x)
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badparsiqueer:

animalstalkinginallcaps:

I SPECIFICALLY SAID DOUBLE VENTI SOY CARAMEL HALF CAF WITH MINIMAL FOAM. THIS IS SOME SORT OF REPELLENT PSEUDO DRY CAP WITH DREAMS OF BEING A MACCHIATO.
I WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK WITH WHOEVER TRAINED YOU BECAUSE YOUR PEDESTRIAN FUMBLINGS WITH THAT PIECE OF GLORIOUS MACHINERY ARE MAKING ME WANT TO WEEP.
LOOK AT THE CREMA ON THOSE SHOTS YOU JUST PULLED. IT’S ABHORRENT.

I’m never more impressed with funny blogs than when they make fun of fancy drink orders and actually use a fancy drink order that can actually be made

badparsiqueer:

animalstalkinginallcaps:

I SPECIFICALLY SAID DOUBLE VENTI SOY CARAMEL HALF CAF WITH MINIMAL FOAM. THIS IS SOME SORT OF REPELLENT PSEUDO DRY CAP WITH DREAMS OF BEING A MACCHIATO.

I WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK WITH WHOEVER TRAINED YOU BECAUSE YOUR PEDESTRIAN FUMBLINGS WITH THAT PIECE OF GLORIOUS MACHINERY ARE MAKING ME WANT TO WEEP.

LOOK AT THE CREMA ON THOSE SHOTS YOU JUST PULLED. IT’S ABHORRENT.

I’m never more impressed with funny blogs than when they make fun of fancy drink orders and actually use a fancy drink order that can actually be made