littleyellowfirelights:

hannahcarbons:

"Sir Francis, he was a figurehead of great courage and bold exploits. No one like him ever existed in my family. Why do you think I drink? Because I know I’ll never be like him.”

Wow, talk about a coincidence. I’ve felt so awful tonight, and this comes along. Worth sharing.

I really need to remember this.

Words to live by.

scixual:

"You haven’t even touched your food."

"There! Now I’ve touched it. Happy?"

Young Frankenstein (1974) directed by Mel Brooks, starring Gene Wilder,  Teri Garr, Marty Feldman, Peter Boyle, Madeline Kahn and Cloris Leachman

sparklesnap:

That’s a metaphor, son! You missed it! It flew right by ya!

sparklesnap:

That’s a metaphor, son! You missed it! It flew right by ya!

magicforces:

Disney legend Frank Thomas used live action reference for a number of his characters. In this case it was character actor Hans Conried who provided the voice and acting reference for Hook. You can see how Frank adapted the photographs to create the one and only Captain Hook, right on top of the actors performance.

magicforces:

Disney legend Frank Thomas used live action reference for a number of his characters. In this case it was character actor Hans Conried who provided the voice and acting reference for Hook. You can see how Frank adapted the photographs to create the one and only Captain Hook, right on top of the actors performance.

to-love-a-good-doctor:

phantomdoodler:

koditsa:

itsvondell:

off-in-lala-land:

You know, if I was a parent, it would be at this point that I’d rip the game from his hands, stash it in my backpack, and force him to enjoy history goddamnit. This vacation cost a lot and the game is only for the hotel and travel time.

imagine trying to force someone to think that stonehenge is fun

EXCUSE YOU
I had the amazing opportunity to visit Stonehenge this past year and ya know what!?
IT IS PRETTY FUCKING AMAZING!!!
Ancient History is fascinating don’t even

as someone who’s been dragged on countless vacations I didn’t want to go on, I have to say you really can’t force someone to be interested in something they just don’t care aboutespecially as a kid, I didn’t care about burial mounds or ancient forests or national monuments- now, I’m much more of a history buff, but it simply wasn’t appealing to me at the timeand let me tell you, being somewhere you don’t want to be, with people you don’t want to be with, out in the hot sun, usually trekking to yet another ancient thingamabob that you don’t give a shit about- it’s miserable. so. no. if you don’t want your travel money to be wasted, don’t bring the kid, go somewhere that actually has appeal to the whole family, or save it for a future journey that they’ll actually be able to appreciate

dude ok i live about 10 minutes away from the henge and it is really fucking boring ok there are rocks that stand up and sometimes rocks that lay down the only thing that makes the tour worth it is if you fork out the extra for the audio tour. i spent 10 minutes of the visit grinning at the stones from a good 100 feet away and then the rest of it snapchatting my friend because the henge. is. boring. it used to be fun you could go up and walk among the stones but because some cuntfaced faggottrons decided to graffiti the stones, its been blocked from public access. so no, dont bug the kid for wanting to play his gameboy at stonehenge, the same way i wont stop you from reading a book at the beach.

to-love-a-good-doctor:

phantomdoodler:

koditsa:

itsvondell:

off-in-lala-land:

You know, if I was a parent, it would be at this point that I’d rip the game from his hands, stash it in my backpack, and force him to enjoy history goddamnit. This vacation cost a lot and the game is only for the hotel and travel time.

imagine trying to force someone to think that stonehenge is fun

EXCUSE YOU

I had the amazing opportunity to visit Stonehenge this past year and ya know what!?

IT IS PRETTY FUCKING AMAZING!!!

Ancient History is fascinating don’t even

as someone who’s been dragged on countless vacations I didn’t want to go on, I have to say you really can’t force someone to be interested in something they just don’t care about

especially as a kid, I didn’t care about burial mounds or ancient forests or national monuments- now, I’m much more of a history buff, but it simply wasn’t appealing to me at the time

and let me tell you, being somewhere you don’t want to be, with people you don’t want to be with, out in the hot sun, usually trekking to yet another ancient thingamabob that you don’t give a shit about- it’s miserable.

so. no. if you don’t want your travel money to be wasted, don’t bring the kid, go somewhere that actually has appeal to the whole family, or save it for a future journey that they’ll actually be able to appreciate

dude ok i live about 10 minutes away from the henge and it is really fucking boring ok there are rocks that stand up and sometimes rocks that lay down the only thing that makes the tour worth it is if you fork out the extra for the audio tour. i spent 10 minutes of the visit grinning at the stones from a good 100 feet away and then the rest of it snapchatting my friend because the henge. is. boring. it used to be fun you could go up and walk among the stones but because some cuntfaced faggottrons decided to graffiti the stones, its been blocked from public access. so no, dont bug the kid for wanting to play his gameboy at stonehenge, the same way i wont stop you from reading a book at the beach.

shingocore:

mom and dad be like

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whatisthisidefk:

leonardian:

Leonardo da VinciRed Chalk on paper | ca. 1512attributed to Francesco Melzi
562 years ago today, Leonardo was born in Anchiano, a tiny settlement outside of Vinci, and it was recorded by his grandfather Antonio da Vinci:
"1452. There was born to me a grandson, the son of Ser Piero my son, on the 15th day of April, a Saturday, at the 3rd hour [10.30pm] of the night. He bears the name Lionardo."
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, LEONARDO!

Buon Compleanno, Leonardo! <3

whatisthisidefk:

leonardian:

Leonardo da Vinci
Red Chalk on paper | ca. 1512
attributed to Francesco Melzi

562 years ago today, Leonardo was born in Anchiano, a tiny settlement outside of Vinci, and it was recorded by his grandfather Antonio da Vinci:

"1452. There was born to me a grandson, the son of Ser Piero my son, on the 15th day of April, a Saturday, at the 3rd hour [10.30pm] of the night. He bears the name Lionardo."

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, LEONARDO!

Buon Compleanno, Leonardo! <3

gameraboy:

Mary Blair explaining “it’s a small world” as part of the Disneyland 10th Anniversary Special (1965)