reblog for noises
TURN THE SOUND ON FOR THE LOVE OF EVERYTHING GOOD TURN THE SOUND ON
*dry food crunches*
Ridiculously small kitten: “Myam myam myam. Njam njam njam njam njam njam njam! Myam myam myam nyam nyam myam. Mmmam. Mrrrrram. Meep!”
I just kind of love how people are like “omg Incredibles 2 has swearing and alchohism it’s so dark and obviously meant for adults” like y’all, Brad Bird films are like this.
The first Incredibles literally had a man attempt to kill himself
also the swears are like “damn” and “hell” which aren’t really swears to begin with like i can think of ten other kids movies that have those words in them. call me when frozone says fuck or something then i’ll consider it
let frozone say fuck
I want a story about an Italian vampire.
No romance, no action.
Just 200 pages of “What do you mean, I can’t have garlic? Do you know where I’m from?”
TBH I think the main issue would be the mirror thing
have you ever met an Italian man
the amount of time they spend looking in the mirror jfc
a bunch of pissed off vampires stuck in Venice because they can’t go over moving water
Not to victim blame, but you’d have to be a pretty bad Italian to even get turned into a vampire in the first place.
the only two places practically immune to vampires are texas and italy
Let me tell you of A Thing.
Lithuania has no vampires, I guarantee it.
Lithuania has one vampire, and let me tell you, she’s gonna be FURY UNLEASHED once someone gets her out of the centre of that crossterfuck of a burial point.
Safe journeys Molly, wherever you may be headed.
July 10th, 1932: Antifaschistische Aktion, better known as Antifa, holds its first rally in Berlin.
July 10th, 2018: The GOP introduces the Unmasking Antifa Act of 2018 in the House, which aims to make antifascist activism punishable by fifteen years in prison.
If you’re not worried, you should be.
if antifa wasn’t a terrorist organization people would actually care.
also, per this article:
“In more than 30 years of antifa activity, there has been one confirmed fatality caused by an antifa group member ― in 1993, when a Nazi in Portland, Oregon, was shot during a fight at a gas station. Far-right extremists, by contrast, were responsible for 670 fatalities, 3,053 injuries and 4,420 attacks in the United States from 1990 to 2012, according to a report from the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point.”
Fuck off, @raysaidsomething.