Posted 1 hour ago

Yes, I’m here to collect my award for Most Passive-Aggressive Security Gaurd

Posted 1 hour ago
64bitwar:

gentlemanbones:

Please add more unwarranted explosions to gifs. It’s my favorite.

64bitwar:

gentlemanbones:

Please add more unwarranted explosions to gifs. It’s my favorite.

Posted 1 hour ago

Actually you know what, Mobil gets way more buggy if I’m using it while I’m on my lunch break DOES ANYONE ELSE HAVE THAT PROBLEM? are phon seat oops to like… Slight food redidu

Posted 1 hour ago

I just started to respond to an ask privately on mobile and it’s so easy to fuck everything up, man I literally just typed “haha yeah I’ll never understand how like” and then it SENT

so now they’ll never understand what I’ll never understand

Sorry, whoever that was

Posted 1 hour ago

nevertoooldtolovemuppets:

If you enjoyed the Mashable news segment with John Oliver and Cookie Monster, you’ll love these bloopers as well.

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Posted 3 hours ago

ocenotarchive:

Meet the ghost that died because he was skating too fast and hit a car.

Posted 3 hours ago
sunflowerking:

here is a spook for you if you are feeling down tonight 

sunflowerking:

here is a spook for you if you are feeling down tonight 

Posted 3 hours ago

sarlisart:

it’s almost that time again, isn’t it

Posted 3 hours ago

arocketumbler:

real-faker:

arocketumbler:

small pointless story:

When I was 11 years old I was given a TV for my birthday.
That amazing gift of completely unsupervised media helped me become who I am today.
It allowed me to kill myself staying up to 10pm to watch Beavis and Butthead and the rest of what used to be MTV Europe before it was dissolved.
Because of that Beavis and Butthead will always represent a very important time in my life where I suddenly became independently able to choose what I put in my brain.
As I got older (14) Darias spinoff came into existance and let me tell you I never related to a cartoon so much in my life (excluding Pepperann who I still identify with painfully and embarasingly)

After Daria came to an end I went on with my life and while remembering that I liked those shows a LOT I never rewatched them. Daria was never released (at the time) on DVD due to music copyright issues so I wrote it off as a memory.

Eventually at the age of 24 (i think?) I moved to Japan. I lived in a very small village, very japanese, no english, quite alienated, lonely etc, and after not finding quite enough solace some King of the Hill dvds I found, I was reminded to go download beavis and butthead and afterwards moved on to daria.
Those two shows are so different from eachother and both so great in so many ways. I identified all over again with beavis and buttheads perceived stupidity even though they try their best, and darias complete self and otherwise inflicted alienation, struggles with friendship, family.
It was an amazing thing to take two shows you watched when you were at one point in your life and watch them again as the person you became. Never forget when you work in animation the life-long impact you can have on someone without ever expecting to.


I always wanted to be Jane, but I know I am Daria
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aI4YaLJKFw4

Preach!!!

was that important of me?  i was just rambling

Well, it was important to me anyway. Little rambly, personal anecdotes are just as valuable as anything else, I think. I like knowing why animation is important to people. I have shows like that too, so it just resonated with me I guess! Hahaha…