I've No Idea What I Am Talking About

nonbinarywillywonka:

Can people finally stop calling dissociative identity disorder schizophrenia thanks

daughterofargus:

ditoris:

SHIT

if I discovered McAfee was installed on my computer I’d definitely panic

daughterofargus:

ditoris:

SHIT

if I discovered McAfee was installed on my computer I’d definitely panic

I was like, “that guy looks kinda like Gerard except he’s wearing all those colors and his hair is really red” and let me tell you kids it has been a long fucking time since this old fart picked up three cheers for sweet revenge on her first trip to the used record store and I feel fucking OLD.

I was like, “that guy looks kinda like Gerard except he’s wearing all those colors and his hair is really red” and let me tell you kids it has been a long fucking time since this old fart picked up three cheers for sweet revenge on her first trip to the used record store and I feel fucking OLD.

fuckyeahmercury:

Queen with their gold discs in Leiden, 1982.

fuckyeahmercury:

Queen with their gold discs in Leiden, 1982.

darkshadowblog:

<3

nonbinarywillywonka:

All I want is media with a schizophrenic protagonist that isn’t classified as a “psychological thriller”

cloudyowl:

Short-eared Owl by jamesvellozzi

cloudyowl:

Short-eared Owl by jamesvellozzi

erikkwakkel:

Medieval Batman
Quite a way to test your pen: drawing a figure that looks like, well, Batman. The nib of medieval quills needed constant adjusting, cutting with a knife. In order to see if it had the right shape, the scribe would test it out on a blank page. This one is filled with such pen trials, most of them written vertically: nonsense words, elongated letters and wobbly lines, all at least 500 years old. The biggest trial, however, looks familiar: a hooded man in which we may see Batman. Long live the needy medieval pen, which produced such delightful creations!
Pic: Paris, Bibliothèque Mazarine, MS 3475 (15th century).

erikkwakkel:

Medieval Batman

Quite a way to test your pen: drawing a figure that looks like, well, Batman. The nib of medieval quills needed constant adjusting, cutting with a knife. In order to see if it had the right shape, the scribe would test it out on a blank page. This one is filled with such pen trials, most of them written vertically: nonsense words, elongated letters and wobbly lines, all at least 500 years old. The biggest trial, however, looks familiar: a hooded man in which we may see Batman. Long live the needy medieval pen, which produced such delightful creations!

Pic: Paris, Bibliothèque Mazarine, MS 3475 (15th century).

evaot:

when ur tryin to tell a story but people talk over you

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So, I took exactly zero pictures during the nin set last night because it wasTOO FUCKING AWESO.E OMFG IT WAS AMAZING I ALMOST DIED HOLY FUCK IT WAS PERFECT IN EVERY FUCKING WAY OH MY GOOOOOODDDDDDDD

Home safe. #me  (at Fortress of Hatred)

Home safe. #me (at Fortress of Hatred)

What the fuck is gonna happeeeeeennnn??????? (at Xfinity Center)

What the fuck is gonna happeeeeeennnn??????? (at Xfinity Center)

I am now at the “oh shit when is he gonna come out” stage of the show.