tomhumberstone:

Started putting a few illustrations on INPRNT…
"I Can Handle Myself" by Tom Humberstone on INPRNT

tomhumberstone:

Started putting a few illustrations on INPRNT…

"I Can Handle Myself" by Tom Humberstone on INPRNT

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3liza:

breelandwalker:

feliciakainz:

carryonmywaywardalpaca:

dearborns:

#how many times have I quoted this in my lifetime #far too many and still not enough

Guys, btw, this is an actual insult

if he calls your mother a hamster, it indicates that she is a fast-breeding rodent— you can get the insult there

and if he says your father smelt of elderberries, well, wine was primarily made from elderberries in the time of king arthur. he’s calling his dad a drunk

more you know

[pushes glasses up nose] ACTUALLY you’re more right than you know, but for entirely the wrong reasons.

"The word nīþ is alluded to in the Monty Python film, Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975). Characters called The Knights who say “Ni” are encountered. They use the word “Ni” in a very similar manner described as the ancient Germanic word, nīþ. The setting of the film is the year 787 C.E. in England, an time and location that would have been knowledgeable and influenced by ancient Germanic customs and language." [recently edited out of Wikipedia, but not before I caught it]

So the Knights Who Say Ni were, in fact, probably using an ancient Germanic cuss in a proper historical context.

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  • Parent to child at the library: Shhh...remember what we said about being loud in the library?
  • Child: We'll wake up the books.
  • Parent: That's right.

Metropolis Film Poster by Werner Graul (1927) (via)

Metropolis Film Poster by Werner Graul (1927) (via)

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Metropolis Film Poster by Werner Graul (1927) (via)

Metropolis Film Poster by Werner Graul (1927) (via)

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rogerwilkerson:

Trip to Moon

rogerwilkerson:

Trip to Moon

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mistawolfie:

8prometheus8:

This is something that slips past the Western viewers- it looks like it’s reaching out for Chihiro, in a malicious way, to the Western viewers. It’s what I thought growing up.
However, now, that I know that it’s a way of signalling for someone to ‘Come here!’ in Japan, the scene takes on a whole new meaning.
That spirit knows that if Chihiro doesn’t eat the food, she will disappear. And it knows if it offers the food, she cannot be cursed as a gluttonous pig because it wouldn’t have been stolen.
Just a unique take when you have all of the context.

One more thing I to add: the red lamps above reads “おいで(oide)” which means “come over here”, which is something I just noticed when I saw this gif. 
Personally I think the squishy shadow things are adorable.

mistawolfie:

8prometheus8:

This is something that slips past the Western viewers- it looks like it’s reaching out for Chihiro, in a malicious way, to the Western viewers. It’s what I thought growing up.

However, now, that I know that it’s a way of signalling for someone to ‘Come here!’ in Japan, the scene takes on a whole new meaning.

That spirit knows that if Chihiro doesn’t eat the food, she will disappear. And it knows if it offers the food, she cannot be cursed as a gluttonous pig because it wouldn’t have been stolen.

Just a unique take when you have all of the context.

One more thing I to add: the red lamps above reads “おいで(oide)” which means “come over here”, which is something I just noticed when I saw this gif.

Personally I think the squishy shadow things are adorable.

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marchqueen:

gigglewhatsit:

runyouclevertimelord:

dryadgurrl:

himapapaftw:

finally, it has appeared on my dash

Well that was unexpected.

I was not expecting this

no one ever does

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wakatanabe:

R.I.P Machiko Soga (1938-2006). Tokusatsu villain specialist

Denjiman (1980) : Queen Hedorian

Sun Vulcan (1981) : Queen Hedorian

Spielvan (1986) : Queen Pandora

Jiraiya (1988) : Yonin Kumo Gozen

Zyuranger (1992) : Witch Bandora (also in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers as Rita Repulsa)

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gothiccharmschool:

These are adorable! And make me want to put tiny batty wings on all of my cats, much to the RealHusband’s disapproval. 

happyundertaker:

Ghostcats

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tastefullyoffensive:

[somethingsomething1]
Work, sometimes.

Work, sometimes.

"Government and church should be equally excluded from any influence on the school."

Karl Marx - Critique of the Gotha Programme1875 (via dailymarx)

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