The Honey Pot
comicsalliance:

Five Reasons to Date a Supervillain (and Not a Superhero)
Yes, they’re evil. Yes, they’re insane. Yes, many of them are grotesque to look upon, or even think about. Practically speaking, though, they have advantages over the vast majority of the heroes. Here are five reasons why dating a supervillain isn’t just for those sad souls who write to serial killers thinking they’re the one who will change them.
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"find yourself a mid-level character with a lot of cash and a few funny mannerisms, pick out a flamboyant costume that looks good with your skin tone, and get ready to taunt the hell out of the virtuous.”

comicsalliance:

Five Reasons to Date a Supervillain (and Not a Superhero)

Yes, they’re evil. Yes, they’re insane. Yes, many of them are grotesque to look upon, or even think about. Practically speaking, though, they have advantages over the vast majority of the heroes. Here are five reasons why dating a supervillain isn’t just for those sad souls who write to serial killers thinking they’re the one who will change them.

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"find yourself a mid-level character with a lot of cash and a few funny mannerisms, pick out a flamboyant costume that looks good with your skin tone, and get ready to taunt the hell out of the virtuous.

(via malachitegrey)

jennhoney:

following too many tumblrs

FOLLOW MORE TUMBLRS!

underthecypressbough:

Attention parents: 
I’m not sure if I’ve told you this before but here’s a fun trick to play on the kids. Bake some brownies and squish one up to like poop. Show the kids, blame it on the dog, pick it up with your bare hands and take a big bite out of it, then laugh like a villain. 
Works every time.

underthecypressbough:

Attention parents:
I’m not sure if I’ve told you this before but here’s a fun trick to play on the kids. Bake some brownies and squish one up to like poop. Show the kids, blame it on the dog, pick it up with your bare hands and take a big bite out of it, then laugh like a villain.
Works every time.

They may look random, but they’re my phone number.

(Source: rorybbellows, via runeybadger)

tcfkag:

Hugging techniques with Nathan Fillion.  He’s the best.  

Favorite quote: “You’re wearing pants - nothing’s going to happen.”

(via redwingedspartan)

myturtlespeedy:

In this critical time I can only say that it’s important to not vote with your heart.

Nor your mind.

Vote with that little piece of paper ballot thingy they give you. Nothing else fits into that slot thing they got. And they get super pissy if you try to put something else in there.

this is really good advice.

"Next time your child is misbehaving, just take him in your teeth by the scruff of his neck and carry him into your den. Sit on him until he stops crying and submits to being bitten softly all over his face. Kill a small rodent and offer it to him. If he doesn’t take it, eat it yourself and go “Mmm, mmm, mmm” until he is jealous and cries out. Then walk away for a long time."

eebees:

But still not want them to use your Smauglock mug

Erin, you have to store that mug in your Dragon’s keep if you don’t want people to use it.

"I had to do what I do in times of extreme emergency, which is pretend I’m in the TV series Game of Thrones and that I am khaleesi, Mother of Dragons. It’s just a little confidence tip, it works quite well."
— Caitlin Moran (x)

(Source: theladymargaery, via womaninterrupted)

theewhitetiger:

yay!