CAT ANUS

Yes, I know what my name sounds like.

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kendravsthevolcano:

dcaseyjones:

stylinfcuk:

laughing so hard because this is so accurate

Oh my god EVERY ONE OF THESE

Getting accused by your mother of selling drugs over the internet because you spend so much time on msn when really it’s because you live in the boonies and it’s the only thing you have to do in the world.

…oh wait, that was just me?

(Yes mom, I’m scanning the drugs and emailing them to people)

Add to this: Creating a passive-aggressive MSN status aimed at someone you were mad at.

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slackmistress:

ambergoesclick:

ahab99:

I mean, the World Cup was great and all, but the best match in town this weekend has clearly been Paul F. Tompkins’ daylong interaction with a I assume troll, because otherwise UM! guy who is super upset that anyone might question the high art value of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Troll or no, this is glorious.

OH MY GOD this is the GREATEST thing I have ever read.

This is everything.

Thank you, Paul F. Tompkins, for the greatest thing in the world.

(Source: twitter.com, via annetdonahue)

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zdarsky:

So, I’d been trying since late October to get JIM DAVIS to do a cover for us. Sadly, it never happened as he said he didn’t feel like he was up to the task (also, I’m assuming, because it’s called “Sex Criminals”). So, instead, he sent me this in the mail.

Jim Davis sent me a drawing of Garfiled dressed as me.

Jim Davis.

I can die now I guess.

-Chip!

—-

(It’s made out to “Steve Murray” cause that’s my real name if you didn’t know. Taa daa.)

EDIT: Almost forgot to add his handwritten note!

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‘Orphan Black’ Clone Club: Kristian Bruun ranks the clones (season finale, episode 210, ‘By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried’)

 

"I showed my butt on TV; I can handle anything they throw at me," says Kristian Bruun.

(Click here to read the whole interview)

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