when you ship a ship so hard you don’t even care about the smut; you just want a billion page book about their entire lives beginning to end and how their lives are intertwined with one another’s and how beautiful their love is
this is a cucumber
o, that is very interesting
Benedict Cumberbatch, excerpt from Neigh magazine (via galifianafuck)
printers are awful
it’s 2013 so
- why do they still make so much noise
- why are they so pushy and impatient
- why is it that printer ink costs more than printers themselves
- why can’t they just wait for two seconds until you load more paper before going into some sort of mid-life crisis during which they try to re-evaluate their entire lives before collapsing
Alien head dumplings at Tokyo Disney Sea. They are mochi filled with ice cream. Each one is a different flavor!
CAN SOMEONE JUST SHIP THESE OVER TO ME. IN LIKE, 3 HOUR SUPER EXPRESS MAIL. LOL.
Grinning the widest of grins and sporting the snuggest of suspenders, Ryan Berley shimmies past the carved hardwood display cases at Shane Confectionery like a kid in a candy store. A 36-year-old kid, but a kid nonetheless. He’s entitled: It’s his candy store.
Berley and his 32-year-old brother, Eric, recently bought and restored Shane’s, the oldest continuously operated candy shop in America. The Philadelphia landmark, a couple of blocks from where in 1732 Benjamin Franklin printed the first Poor Richard’s Almanack, has been turning out sweets since 1863. - Continue reading at Smithsonian.com.
Photo by: Chris Crisman
Article by: Franz Lidz
petition for hank green to write a song entitled ‘benedict cumberbatch’ in which he lists all of the names we can give benedict cumberbatch and still understand that it’s benedict cumberbatch
make hank green find the thing
We’ve done it, we’ve reached the pinnacle of human evolution