goofy nonsense

US government plans to use drones to fire vaccine-laced M&Ms near endangered ferrets.

Yet another entry in “linguists are not kidding when they say that your command of English enables you to understand sentences that have never occurred before in the entire history of the human species.” (via allthingslinguistic)

queenofquell:

thatsthat24:

popchartlab:

The Most-Googled Question in Each State. We were going to single out a specific state to shame over this, but honestly, it’s too hard to pick.

(by Estately)

How many people in Michigan heard that Mr. T was dead…

Poe’s Law: when you can’t actually tell if a thing is satire or if this is what people are googling in different states

OH SO THIS IS WHERE THAT LAST THING IS FROM

Yo I don’t even care if this is legit or not it is *hilarious*. 

sassytail:

>Hamilton: Write your way out of it!

Of course! Writing! the only way you know to get yourself out of the sticky situations you often find yourself in, through absolutely no fault of your own whatsoever. You’re a genius!

==>

Yes! Yes!!!!!! Truly this is the best thing you’ve ever written! You must publish this Post-haste. If this doesn’t get you out of that mess with the affair, Nothing will!

There’s no way this could possibly go wrong.

>days in the future, but not many

image

well that didn’t work.

it begins to dawn on you that everything you just did may have been a colossal mistake.

this is my happy place

On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer

Much have I travell’d in the realms of gold,
  And many goodly states and kingdoms seen;
  Round many western islands have I been
Which bards in fealty to Apollo hold.
Oft of one wide expanse had I been told
  That deep-brow’d Homer ruled as his demesne;
  Yet did I never breathe its pure serene
Till I heard Chapman speak out loud and bold:
Then felt I like some watcher of the skies
  When a new planet swims into his ken;
Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes
  He star’d at the Pacific—and all his men
Look’d at each other with a wild surmise—
  Silent, upon a peak in Darien.

John Keats (via meganwhalenturner)

My love for this poem is perhaps only equaled by my love for a particular flavour of frozen yogurt (Blackjack Cherry!) by a company that happens to be called Chapman’s, which I discovered when I was catsitting at my friend Moti’s house one day. I ended up eating all of it that was in his freezer. I wrote him this as an apology.

ON FIRST LOOKING INTO CHAPMAN’S YOGURT

Much have I travell’d in the realms of sweets,
And many goodly snacks and dishes seen;
Round many supermarkets have I been
Which hordes of foodies brave to get their eats.
Oft of one sweet delight that nothing beats, 
That deep-bowl’d ice cream, I’d heard praises sung;
Yet did it never much impress my tongue
Till I ate Chapman’s frozen yogurt treats:
Then I felt like some watcher of the pies
When a new flavour rushes his palate;
Or like stout Cortez, when with all his guys
He took a bite of cacao – and the fate
Of snacks he pondered with a wild surmise –
Silent, with a mouthful of chocolate. 

nimblesnotebook:

booksandpublishing:

mycupofbooks:

slytherin-bookworm-guy:

fadingrainbowsxoxo:

lisaaika:

deansass:

deansass:

YOUR DRAGON NAME

  • last two letters of your first name
  • middle two letters of your last name
  • first two letters of your mother’s name
  • last letter of your father’s name

mine would be Urlelan. Reblog and tag this with yours!

I love this because half of the people are getting amazing, fantasy names and the other half are getting unpronounceable ones. 

Salvlier

Ooh not bad 😂

Lartwel

Lyldzod

Rualans

Bakhyaz

Desi dragon anyone?

Ínannog

Levomach! Radical!