heâ€™s a christian martyrâ€¦â€¦.heâ€™s a representation of traumaâ€¦â€¦..he stands for the loss of innocenceâ€¦â€¦â€¦he is a forgotten saintâ€¦â€¦..he is a sacrificial victimâ€¦â€¦â€¦.his wounds parallel the wounds of christâ€¦â€¦â€¦.he is a tragic heroâ€¦â€¦â€¦.he could kill a manâ€¦..â€¦.heâ€™s never done anything wrongâ€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦he is a girlâ€¦â€¦..he is the bestest boyâ€¦â€¦â€¦..he is a malewifeâ€¦â€¦â€¦heâ€™s a poor little meow meowâ€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦i didnâ€™t say his name but he popped into your head, didnâ€™t he?
funniest tags you could possibly add on to a joke post about jesse pinkman
this is entrapment
two equally delightful paths here:
1) a very simple and genuine â€śi like your shoelacesâ€ť, which tells me that you are either a lesbian or a very cool ally
2) â€śi like your shoelacesâ€ť followed by the pronounced grimace of one recalling their past sins, which tells me that you were a 2012 tumblr user. i now hold the power in this conversation and you are at my mercy.
if you know about 2012 tumblr how do you hold any power in any conversation
well, stucky fanfic url, the trick is to not let them know that you are also cringe
this is the most poignant burn ive seen all year
this is from an Australian youtube channel where they go to hat tower and drop things
Water doesnâ€™t compress very much, so once it hit itâ€™s terminal velocity, it was basically a solid ball, not a liquid. This is why you can use water to cut things if you have a high enough pressurized jet of it.
The reverse POV of â€śif youâ€™re too high, hitting the water is like hitting concreteâ€ť
Well thatâ€™s not in one piece anymore
THIS is why I cringe every time movies act like jumping off a cliff into some water is gonna solve all your impact-related problems at the bottom.
the sheer amount of artistic talent put into these panels to portray the right feeling on clarkâ€™s face is amazing
None of the images in the notes look like eachother but they all look like Clark wtf
Every time this graces my dash I canâ€™t help but laugh until Iâ€™m on the verge of tears
this image is probably the most accurate visual representation of the United States education system
Do I have a story for youâ€¦
So this is the iconic and beloved clock of Moszkva square in Budapest, Hungary. Or more precisely it was.
It was a very popular meeting point for generations.
â€ž2pm on Moszkva, under the clock?â€ť â€žsureâ€ť It was in the middle of the square, so you could see each other pretty easily from anywhere.
When they â€žrenovatedâ€ť (rebuilt) and renamed the square that is now called SzĂ©ll KĂˇlmĂˇn tĂ©r (only by youngsters and tourists who donâ€™t know any better - it will remain for a lot of us â€žthe Moszkvaâ€ť) the old clock was removed.
So. Removing the clock was very controversial, but it had to go, because someone dreamed about a new shiny one. Here it is. New, and weird and DIGITAL.
The problem is, it stopped working. For days. (you see, fixing it was time-consumingâ€¦) And they came and fix it. But it broke down in a couple of days again and again, so the lovely people around helped to fix it. Some of the best solutions:
Graffity: ?Is this a clock? No" and Where is the old clock? Furthermore, on the clock it states that it shows the right time.
An artistic rendition:
But my favorite one is where people got enough of the breaking down abomination, and the heartless people taking down the actually working clocks (it is a very busy square with a lot of public transport connections), and things escalated quickly:
I think this is the most of them we had taped on at once.
The papers state: In memoriam of the unknown time. Rest in Peace
Soâ€¦ I guess, Hungarians do.