Geek ramblings and so forth...

makochantachibanana:

theblogofeternalstench:

I didn’t want to go to an engagement party, so I was asked to babysit my sister’s ridiculous dog instead.

you’ve made the right choice

thecutestofthecute:

For some reason it’s only letting me submit one, but anyway here’s a picture of my friend’s basset hound/beagle mix!

thecutestofthecute:

For some reason it’s only letting me submit one, but anyway here’s a picture of my friend’s basset hound/beagle mix!

llittlelion:

Favorite people and things in no particular order - (1/?) - Kaylee Frye.

"I don’t believe there’s a power in the ‘verse that can stop Kaylee from being cheerful."

yelled:

me attempting to reach the goals I’ve set in life

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bluewindsummer:

I don’t know what I’m doing with my life.

Click on the panels for translations.

More Avengers Comics

tastefullyoffensive:

[nicoreddits]
thefabulousweirdtrotters:

Trinity College Library at University of Dublin, Ireland
The Library of Trinity College is the largest research library in Ireland. As a result of its historic standing, Trinity College Library Dublin is a legal deposit library (as per Legal Deposit Libraries Act 2003) for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and has a similar standing in Irish law. The College is therefore legally entitled to a copy of every book published in Great Britain and Ireland and consequently receives over 100,000 new items every year. The Library contains about five million books, including 30,000 current serials and significant collections of manuscripts, maps, and printed music. Three million books are held in the book depository, “Stacks”, in Santry, from which requests are retrieved twice daily. (wikipedia)
Photo by Brett Jordan 

thefabulousweirdtrotters:

Trinity College Library at University of Dublin, Ireland

The Library of Trinity College is the largest research library in Ireland. As a result of its historic standing, Trinity College Library Dublin is a legal deposit library (as per Legal Deposit Libraries Act 2003) for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and has a similar standing in Irish law. The College is therefore legally entitled to a copy of every book published in Great Britain and Ireland and consequently receives over 100,000 new items every year. The Library contains about five million books, including 30,000 current serials and significant collections of manuscripts, maps, and printed music. Three million books are held in the book depository, “Stacks”, in Santry, from which requests are retrieved twice daily. (wikipedia)

Photo by Brett Jordan 

littleprincessaubrey:

thecheerypug:

$1.50 doughnut toy! He loves this!

littleburr

Kids, I walked in on a lot of crazy stuff at the old apartment over the years.

edgebug:

furiouscuddles:


Clint has given each Avenger a name in sign language.  Thor is the letter ‘T’ in the motion of a hammer.  Steve is a salute with an “R”. Hulk is an “H” over the bicep, but Bruce is the sign for doctor followed by the letter “B”.  Natasha is an “N” being shot from his other wrist like a widow bite. His own name is a “C” being drawn back like a bow.  Stark is an “S” taking flight, unless Barton is mad at him, then he fingerspells “A.S.” for Anthony Stark, but accidentally on purpose adds a second “S”. 

actually this is how giving names work in sign language! usually you sign the first letter of the persons name and a motion that summarises them as a person, or something that reminds you of them!

PERFECT NAMESIGN HEADCANONS

edgebug:

furiouscuddles:

Clint has given each Avenger a name in sign language.  Thor is the letter ‘T’ in the motion of a hammer.  Steve is a salute with an “R”. Hulk is an “H” over the bicep, but Bruce is the sign for doctor followed by the letter “B”.  Natasha is an “N” being shot from his other wrist like a widow bite. His own name is a “C” being drawn back like a bow.  Stark is an “S” taking flight, unless Barton is mad at him, then he fingerspells “A.S.” for Anthony Stark, but accidentally on purpose adds a second “S”. 

actually this is how giving names work in sign language! usually you sign the first letter of the persons name and a motion that summarises them as a person, or something that reminds you of them!

PERFECT NAMESIGN HEADCANONS