Fozzy Osbourne

boyexemplified:

darthclarke:

Fuckin made my night.

Holy shit.

Whoa.

laughterkey:

fire-dad:

itsanexperimentjohn:

hopelessfangirl:

seapenydinuguannuclearbummer:

this is my new favorite video

Hercules reads his script entirely wrong
(reads the word disappointed, when he was supposed to sound disappointed)

New favorite thing to say when disappointed. 

I shout this all the time and I am only 70% sure people understand the reference

wow

This never gets old.

DISAPPOINTED!!!!!!

everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

minim-calibre:

tchy:

capt-infinity:

Seeing Jeff Goldblum on the Craig Ferguson show a few days ago reminded me that 2014 is the (holy crap) 30th anniversary of The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai, aka The Greatest Movie of All Time.

And while I know it’s irrational, since nearly everyone is still available I’m still holding out hope for Buckaroo Banzai Against the World Crime League.  You can’t stop me.

(My most profuse apologies if I have left your favorite cast member out of this montage.  Everyone in the movie deserves recognition, I just got tired of Googling and Photoshopping.)

HOW DID I NOT REALIZE THAT RAWHIDE WAS THE SHERIFF IN SLEEPY HOLLOW

OMGWTF30????

(I should watch it again soon and see how much I still have memorized.)

Is it just me or did Jeff Goldblum’s hair and glasses switch colors?

Virtually every TV show has a Twitter feed, but follower stats don’t necessarily mean anything. If MSNBC’s Morning Joe was cancelled, its 119,000 followers would just shrug and move on to a different breakfast show, but Sleepy Hollow’s 80,000 would probably march on Fox’s headquarters en masse if the same thing happened to them. Quantity does not mean quality, even when you’re tallying up something as seemingly simple as social media followers.

Inside the corporate fandom marketing machine | Gavia Baker-Whitelaw

You got that right, Sparky.

(via tommisonfans)

Ha

Ha

George R.R. Martin on sex versus violence

 

joleneparton:

The leather daddy one omg

kissmyasajj:

kyrafic:

"Never did like that much," is a baller and superb way to express your irritation with the way the patriarchy refuses to acknowledge how badass you are.

My brother still calls me Annie Oakley because he said I never took shit from any man, even as a child.

kissmyasajj:

kyrafic:

"Never did like that much," is a baller and superb way to express your irritation with the way the patriarchy refuses to acknowledge how badass you are.

My brother still calls me Annie Oakley because he said I never took shit from any man, even as a child.

society-killed-th3-teenager:

caloriexia:

That’s how I like to see it

This made me cry :c

society-killed-th3-teenager:

caloriexia:

That’s how I like to see it

This made me cry :c