1. thefutureisbroken:



    since jagermeister appears to be doing a whole furry themed ad campaign now, i figured i’d take this moment to remind people of the time orangina went all fucking out on an ad campaign of their own, and made up some particularly original choices for representatives of their own for it

    O… Okay.

    Didn’t Orangina have a leopard man and a human man in a commercial that implied they were drinking Orangina for a pre or post-coitus beverage?

    When we were in France like 4 years ago they had these ads and they had CARS with the characters on them

    (via booksomewench)


  2. HTTYD2 talk, spoiler-ish stuff below


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    YES Chief Astrid! That’s what I would have changed… in fact that’s what I thought they were going to do when they were setting up how excited she was about it and how he didn’t care for it. I guess the moral was supposed ‘accept your responsibility’… but maybe the next one will be about Astrid becoming official chief so Hiccup can go do his dragon and inventing (you know the things he loves, is amazing at and makes him happy)

  3. whittingtonb:

    He’s so fluffy it’s ridiculoussss!!

  4. whittingtonb:


    (via crazyhamlet)

  5. kingcheddarxvii:

    Listen here, whippersnappers 

    (via sonopants)

  6. chrissipumpkin:

    #100happydays 2/100 Hanging out with furry friends! #dog #dogs #sheltie #dogsofinstagram

    I was like “oh what a nice looking Sheltie! Hey wait, that’s my dog!” :p


  7. "I began to realize how important it was to be an enthusiast in life. If you are interested in something, no matter what it is, go at it full speed ahead. Embrace it with both arms, hug it, love it and above all become passionate about it. Lukewarm is no good."
    — Roald Dahl (via isawtoday)

    (Source: onlinecounsellingcollege, via christieanne)

  8. lord-icarus:

    I did not believe the information.

    I just had to trust imagination.

    My heart going


  9. lord-icarus:

    The Rosetta Stone, the key without which we would not be able to decipher ancient Egyptian, Greek and the hieroglyphic, demotic and Greek scripts, was discovered by the French, repossessed by British forces in 1801 who now display it in the British museum. There’s still debate over who should own the stone, showing that history is not only what we think happened, but what we have now.

  10. lord-icarus:

    Frog carvings such as these are a popular motif in the east. Often painted vivid colours and featuring comical expressions, this particular frog would have probably been made as an architectural flourish.