This is totally babies

c4rtoonnetwork:

Bitch Im fabulous 

c4rtoonnetwork:

Bitch Im fabulous 

letmyseoulparty:

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Opening Monologue (Golden Globes 2013) 

because of these guys i watched the golden globes for real

GOD DAMMIT

GOD DAMMIT

goddamn i wanna be a girl so i can wear that
also probably substantially less round

goddamn i wanna be a girl so i can wear that

also probably substantially less round

I can't with the new scooby doo
Velma: Shaggy you need to stop flirting with Mai Lee
Shaggy: I was just trying to be friendly
Velma: Well last time you were that friendly to me I spent a month in my room listening to "Now thats what I call breakup songs 16"
esdafable:

Hey Willis…

hate

esdafable:

Hey Willis…

hate

poehlerization:

AND THAT’S HOW I CAME OUT

poehlerization:

AND THAT’S HOW I CAME OUT

dawnbest:

Oh man… You guys know those “How to Draw…” books by Christopher Hart? I think we all do. If you’re unfamiliar, there are a bevy of books out there, across all spectrums of art that one might want to learn about, that this guy Chris Hart goes around and collects artists to contribute to. Mr. Hart is not a terrible artist, but he’s not as polished as the talent he gathers for these books, lacking a style of his own and foregoing a sort of deeper knowledge of his subject that artists acquire only after specializing in their medium, style, and application. Again, he’s not terrible, and versatility is an admirable trait in the illustration world, but sometimes the lessons he teaches in these books leave something to be desired. See image above for a prime example of this.
Okay, onto the bigger picture… This week, Ryan Estrada posted this:
https://plus.google.com/u/0/100623276740673202144/posts/6UQQwrvJuNN#100623276740673202144/posts/6UQQwrvJuNN
What hell?

oof
"not a ton of personality" = "doesn’t presently want to bang you"

dawnbest:

Oh man… You guys know those “How to Draw…” books by Christopher Hart? I think we all do. If you’re unfamiliar, there are a bevy of books out there, across all spectrums of art that one might want to learn about, that this guy Chris Hart goes around and collects artists to contribute to. Mr. Hart is not a terrible artist, but he’s not as polished as the talent he gathers for these books, lacking a style of his own and foregoing a sort of deeper knowledge of his subject that artists acquire only after specializing in their medium, style, and application. Again, he’s not terrible, and versatility is an admirable trait in the illustration world, but sometimes the lessons he teaches in these books leave something to be desired. See image above for a prime example of this.

Okay, onto the bigger picture… This week, Ryan Estrada posted this:

https://plus.google.com/u/0/100623276740673202144/posts/6UQQwrvJuNN#100623276740673202144/posts/6UQQwrvJuNN

What hell?

oof

"not a ton of personality" = "doesn’t presently want to bang you"