triick2ter2ollux:

sofapizza:

l4tul4s-4n1m3-boobs:hotelmatt:

I CNANT STOP LAUGHIGN AT THHS GIF BECUAUSE OF THE PERSON CHANGING NATIONALITIES IN THE BAKCKGROUND

ONE TIME I RAN SO FAST I TURNED BLACK

a track star is born

bUT THE KID

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thefrogman:

[video] [h/t: sizvideos]

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did-you-kno:

Some psychiatrists have used Anakin Skywalker’s transformation into Darth Vader as an example to explain borderline personality disorder to medical students. Source

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copperbadge:

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isi-the-fangirl:

Okay seriously, I’ve never seen this guy get any credit, but check this out. Steve had just given his speech that Hydra had infiltrated SHIELD and Project Insight was their means of taking total control. Project Insight, which must have taken hundreds of mislead SHIELD employees several months if not years to get this far, and suddenly all priorities are reversed with a few words from the Star Spangled Man With A Plan. So when Rumlow marches in and orders this kid to go through with it, he stares him down for a good 20 seconds, demanding “Is there a problem?” twice in the process. Everyone else is watching in tense silence. This guy is clearly terrified and probably in shock knowing everything he worked for was a Hydra crafted lie, but he sticks with his morals and finally works up the courage to say no, not happening. This is everyday heroism, on par with the man in the Avengers who stood up to Loki when he ordered everyone to kneel. It’s sticking up for what’s right, even in the face of repercussions and knowing your actions alone won’t stop what’s happening. At least you had the strength of character to do the right thing, when it would have been so much easier to follow along and not make yourself a target.

Give this kid a medal.

This guy is one of my favourite characters in the film, purely because of Aaron Himelstein’s performance. He is so, so wonderfully believably human, and it’s moments of realistic heroism that help stop Cap 2 from being just another film about people with highly specialised and/or superhuman abilities doing things that push the boundaries of plausability. This kid’s moment of defiance is such a small dramatic moment when compared to the epic battle that follows, but its enormity in terms of importance to the film as a whole should not be underestimated.

Also - Sharon Carter totally saves this character’s life a few seconds later. When she and Rumlow start fighting, she kicks the kid’s chair out from under him so he doesn’t get shot (because he’s rabbit-frozen), and he hits the floor and is able to hide under a desk.

BUTTON BOB 5EVER

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hold-a-lover-close:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.

This is too deep to comprehend.

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crowhogan33:

The Pokédexes throughout the years

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cute-overload:

It’s his first time having to wear a cone

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alwaysneverregret:

wyattsalazar:

explainervideo:

What happens to cats in zero gravity ?   more educational gifs«

REKT by anti-gravity. yiss. the ultimate own. look at how owned you are, cat.. look at what youve become. an anti-grav ruse cruise awaits

shitnerd cats can’t deal with a lack of gravity lol

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hereticnarrative:

Pompeii (Cinematic Version) - Bastille (accompanied by a twenty-piece string orchestra) (x)

HIS VOICE. WHAT IS HAPPENING.

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Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.

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unregistered-hypercam2:

kittykhole:

fat cat running

look at him… look at how deliberate each step and movement is. look at how mathematically perfect that 90 degree corner turn was… this cat is on another level far beyond us all

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#WcW @koricolleen

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kehinki:

homoacethaliagrace:

during world war 2, “punk” was slang for an effeminate gay man, or the younger partner in a homosexual relationship

bucky affectionately calls steve the 40s equivalent of “twink”

#if the shoe fits (via bonzai-bunny)

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thingswewontremember:

misspelledlife:

SLAAAAY TORONTO IM SO PROUD OF THIS

FUCK YES I DIDNT KNOW THERE WERE PEOPLE WHO HATED LITTERING AS MUCH AS ME 

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