future-robin:

This is honestly one of my favorite Spongebob moments. Can we take a minute to realize how clever the writing for this show used to be? 

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dont-even-stress-it:

you can actually see anna’s eyes screaming for help

what am i doing in this movie

the paycheck wasnt worth it

i regret this decision greatly

Academy Award Nominee, Anna Kendrick everybody. 

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holy-trinity-batman:

Mace can’t handle the the giant tomato. x

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I didn’t know the Obamas had their own cartoon

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Boys are adorable. Boys trail off their sentences in an appealing way. Boys bring a knapsack to work. Boys get haircuts from their roommate, who “totally knows how to cut hair.” Boys can pack up their whole life in a duffel bag and move to Brooklyn for a gig if they need to. Boys have “gigs.” Boys are broke. And when they do have money, they spend it on a trip to Colorado to see a music festival. Boys don’t know how to adjust their conversation when they’re talking to their friends or to your parents.

Until I was thirty, I only dated boys, as far as I can tell. I’ll tell you why. Men scared the shit out of me.

Men know what they want. Men make concrete plans. Men own alarm clocks. Men sleep on a mattress that isn’t on the floor. Men tip generously. Men buy new shampoo instead of adding water to a nearly empty bottle of shampoo. Men go to the dentist. Men make reservations. Men go in for a kiss without giving you some long preamble about how they’re thinking of kissing you… Men know what they want and they don’t let you in on their inner monologue, and that is scary.

  Mindy Kaling on boys vs. men- Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me (via wordsthat-speak)

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It’s a hard reality when the one person you defended as being genuinely sensible is just stupid like everyone else

thehootcahoot:

the golden ticket

thehootcahoot:

the golden ticket

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h0odrich:

Shoutout to every black and white cat named oreo

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