Please paint me Bobby Davro & Jim Bowen having a Big Fat Gypsy Wedding in the engine room of the rapidly sinking Titanic. Lionel BLAIR is visible through a vicious tear in the hull, frozen in the iceberg. Battle-damaged Arnie from T2 is the bemused registrar.
Please paint me an episode of popular Saturday dating show Take Me Out in which the young man coming down the love lift is the Norris-Thing from The Thing. It is attempting to absorb and replicate the desperate screaming female contestants and to the side Paddy McGuinness vomits on his chest in fear. This horror could have been averted if not for the fact that Kurt Russell, sitting in the audience armed with flamethrower and a mighty beard, has spotted himself on camera and is waving to family.
That. Is. Awesome!
there was two fish in a tank and one of the fish said
do you know how to drive this thing
BECAUSE THE FISH ARE DRIVEING THE TANK IN A WAR
A cross-section of wall paints from an 18th century theater. Each band represents a different coat of paint that was visualized with reflected light microscopy at 100-times magnification.
Image by Natasha Loeblich, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
So, just to recap, THIS IS PAINT.
I am a 3d character artist at Sony computer entertainment and i am also a huge fan of breaking bad, here is a fan art piece that i did for breaking bad, hope you guys like it!
A parasitic louse that crawls into your mouth, vampirizes your tongue, then clamps itself onto the withered stub so it can ride around inside you and drink your mucus for the rest of your mutual lives? Why, yes. It’s called symbiosis and it’s beautiful.
What? Relax. It’s going to be fine. This isn’t going to hurt. You won’t even miss your tongue—once the louse is latched onto the muscle, you can simply use its body as a tongue instead. These are exactly the kind of details that evolution has worked out for you, because evolution loves you and it wants you to be all right.
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why did the stupid drunck idiot dance in the middle of the motorway.
well he was drunck what did you expect the reason was. I mean thats what drunck people do when there drunk isnt it
Of *course* that’s what all idiots do when they’re drunck.
I have been howling reading this and I had to share.
Go team Baroness!
Ha! This is hilarious!