I go to start watching “The Mummy” and I realize they’re speaking Ancient Egyptian in the beginning so I think to myself, “Oh, I should turn on subtitles!”

I turn on subtitles and the subtitles then say:


Reeeal helpful there subtitles.

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me - personal - the mummy -

ART HISTORY MEME || [5/6] themes or series or subjects: Boats/ships

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I’ve started talking to the pictures on the walls.

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PHEW! The flower series is complete! ALL mini prints are up for pre-order in my [shop] now!

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if everybody got a free miniature animal at birth that protected you, like a tiny elephant or dragon, the world would be a better place.

write a book

You could call it The Golden Compass

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This isn’t freedom. This is fear.

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this is a video portrait of me

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GoT characters as combat archetypesRogue/Duelist

Rogues usually are capable of melee or ranged combat, and tend to be focused on dodging attacks rather than withstanding damage. Agile and swift, they often attack by dual-wielding daggers or with other small one-handed and/or concealable weapons, relying on speed and rapid strikes rather than sheer damage output. They are usually restricted to the lighter armors, leather and the like.

Many rogues are adept at destroying enemies, but Duelists want challenge as well as victory. To them, combat is a proving ground where mettle is tested and mastery is proven. Unlike their stealthier counterparts, followers of this specialization will often announce their intent, inviting attention with bravado and insult.

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Bill Mudron tried to imagine how he could take the madness of Animal Crossing to the next level. His final thought was to give it an awesome Parks & Recreation spin. This mash up would probably be pretty damn fun to play.

Parks & Recreation Crossing by Bill Mudron (Store) (Flickr)

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Fashion! Put It All on Me ➝  Gemy Maalouf Bridal Wear s/s 2014

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this show is my new fav - but also - spelling mistakes in gifs kill the man -