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cracked:

29 Historically Impossible Details in Famous Movies

THAT WAS THE POINT. Frak me.

frakyeahbsg:

cracked:

29 Historically Impossible Details in Famous Movies

THAT WAS THE POINT. Frak me.

Friendly Reminder

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thelegendofvriska:

beatnikgarbageartist:

nightlifemingus:

beatnikgarbageartist:

nightlifemingus:

beatnikgarbageartist:

nightlifemingus:

beatnikgarbageartist:

nightlifemingus:

thanks bro, you’re image

too

thanks dude, you know 

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dang man this post just got really

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yr right we should have set the rules to one joke

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you realize this means 

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oh it’s

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this time you’ve gone too

image, too far

sorry,  didn’t realize you weren’t having fun, bro

cause i’m having a

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we’re all friends can’t you

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mymindlessdemeanornigga:

foreveralone-lyguy:

deviantart:

Watch what happens when Adobe Photoshop turns random strangers into ads while they wait for their bus.

they started shipping people

lmaooo.

nothingislocked:

lookatallthelovelyfandoms:

Arthur Conan Doyle: Trying to see how little fucks he can give about a series of books before people start to notice. 

Watson was either shot in the arm or the leg, nobody knows which and both are said in the books.

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fannishminded:

careful-sweetheart:

 #WatchCommunity

THE PERFECT GIF SET HAS ARRIVED

This is surprisingly accurate.

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thranduilings:

guys

if you don’t like elf ears

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then you’re wrong

weirdnessloveandscifi:

the-timelord-girl-of-all-trades:

jailbait-teenager:

#ladies and gentlemen # may i proudly present #the most feared being in the ‘verse #no seriously #this is him.

DOCTOR WHO IN A NUTSHELL

If I had a gif of Eleven shouting “SPACEY ZOOMER GOLDEN TICKET SPACEY ZOOMER!” I would put it here.

doctorwho:

BBC Doctor Who Blog - A Beginner’s Guide to the Doctors

As the Doctor himself said on Trenzalore, he’s had loads of bodies. That’s because the Doctor is a Time Lord, and Time Lords have the ability to regenerate their bodies when they’re worn out or dying. This means that his old body transforms into a new one, along with a new appearance and persona – a brand new Doctor! But underneath these surface changes, he’s still the same man, the same hero and adventurer.
The series finale gave us glimpses of many Doctors, including the very first - that was the white-haired figure that Clara spoke to at the beginning of the episode. We saw the ‘impossible girl’ interrupt him as he was about to steal a TARDIS, advising him to take the time machine that he still travels in today. The Second Doctor was the man wearing a big, furry coat and the Third was behind the wheel of his trusty old car, Bessie. It’s clear that every Doctor has a distinctive look – tall and handsome, short and impish, old, young… All different! But what’s more exciting is their unique personalities and eccentricities - you can read more by following the links below. You’ll see that the Doctor has always been a hero, but in different ways in different times.
The guide shows the Doctors - click on any of them and you’ll be taken to a page that gives you the low down on that particular Doctor. What they were like, who they travelled with and what caused them to regenerate. If you want to find out more, simply follow the links to their stories and you’ll discover some brilliant clips from their adventures, galleries, fact files and much more. We’ll be adding much more in the coming months, but for now, here’s a guide to the greatest hero of them all: The Doctor….

Read now: BBC Doctor Who Blog - A Beginner’s Guide to the Doctors

doctorwho:

BBC Doctor Who Blog - A Beginner’s Guide to the Doctors

As the Doctor himself said on Trenzalore, he’s had loads of bodies. That’s because the Doctor is a Time Lord, and Time Lords have the ability to regenerate their bodies when they’re worn out or dying. This means that his old body transforms into a new one, along with a new appearance and persona – a brand new Doctor! But underneath these surface changes, he’s still the same man, the same hero and adventurer.

The series finale gave us glimpses of many Doctors, including the very first - that was the white-haired figure that Clara spoke to at the beginning of the episode. We saw the ‘impossible girl’ interrupt him as he was about to steal a TARDIS, advising him to take the time machine that he still travels in today. The Second Doctor was the man wearing a big, furry coat and the Third was behind the wheel of his trusty old car, Bessie. It’s clear that every Doctor has a distinctive look – tall and handsome, short and impish, old, young… All different! But what’s more exciting is their unique personalities and eccentricities - you can read more by following the links below. You’ll see that the Doctor has always been a hero, but in different ways in different times.

The guide shows the Doctors - click on any of them and you’ll be taken to a page that gives you the low down on that particular Doctor. What they were like, who they travelled with and what caused them to regenerate. If you want to find out more, simply follow the links to their stories and you’ll discover some brilliant clips from their adventures, galleries, fact files and much more. We’ll be adding much more in the coming months, but for now, here’s a guide to the greatest hero of them all: The Doctor….

Read now: BBC Doctor Who Blog - A Beginner’s Guide to the Doctors