Ok I don’t get it. Comedy Central has funny shows on it all based around vulgarity. Then there’s the ads that are made specifically for Comedy Central that are the least funny things that I’ve ever seen. Do these ad agencies really not understand how to make something funny that they just end up making it less funny than their usual affair? Just watch the Subway commercial set in medieval times, what the fuck is that?! 

"Mother, you enjoy the new applewood pulled pork sandwich from Subway."

"And father, you also enjoy the new applewood pulled pork from Subway." 

WHAT KIND OF FUCKING DIALOGUE/EXCHANGE IS THAT! Subway’s ad agency I’m available for hire, because you for damn sure need it. Your current ads are the cringiest thing on television.

I love how everyone just talks to me like getting a job in my field is so easy. I’m trying my hardest, but this shit doesn’t just happen. Nobody’s looking to give me a chance despite my countless attempts. I, however, can’t allow myself to buckle down and work at the gas station down the street. Imma get there eventually, just stop buggin’ me.

I usually only have the urge to post things on here when I’m being moody or emo.

vnicorn-breath:

nostalgic69:

shunta:

petmilk:

inothernews:

TIRE OF CUTE A baby gibbon sits on a swing in its enclosure in Vienna’s Schoenbrunn zoo.  (Photo: Reuters via the Telegraph)




look steven it’s youeveryone say hi to steven

It’s not quite a slow loris, but I accept it all the same. 

vnicorn-breath:

nostalgic69:

shunta:

petmilk:

inothernews:

TIRE OF CUTE A baby gibbon sits on a swing in its enclosure in Vienna’s Schoenbrunn zoo.  (Photo: Reuters via the Telegraph)

look steven it’s you
everyone say hi to steven

It’s not quite a slow loris, but I accept it all the same. 

warnerbrothersforever:

LIFE Magazine has released online 850 photos taken in November 1960 Hanna-Barbera studios during the early days of production on the Flintstones.
The photos include voice recording sessions with Mel Blanc (Barney) and Alan Reed (Fred), photos of Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera with their families, photos of the both of them working with writers, artists, and lots candids of all the various people who worked at the studio at the time. This is an amazing and unprecedented look into what it was like making cartoons in this time in history, really the find of the year for animation enthusiasts.
Above are only a couple. We see an female inker working on a cel of Fred, another photo of an inker working on a cel (at her home!), animator Carlo Vinci animating a scene, Bill Hanna having a barbecue with his family, and a few of the studio workers who had formed their own bowling league, “the Yogi Bears”.
Zoom Info
warnerbrothersforever:

LIFE Magazine has released online 850 photos taken in November 1960 Hanna-Barbera studios during the early days of production on the Flintstones.
The photos include voice recording sessions with Mel Blanc (Barney) and Alan Reed (Fred), photos of Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera with their families, photos of the both of them working with writers, artists, and lots candids of all the various people who worked at the studio at the time. This is an amazing and unprecedented look into what it was like making cartoons in this time in history, really the find of the year for animation enthusiasts.
Above are only a couple. We see an female inker working on a cel of Fred, another photo of an inker working on a cel (at her home!), animator Carlo Vinci animating a scene, Bill Hanna having a barbecue with his family, and a few of the studio workers who had formed their own bowling league, “the Yogi Bears”.
Zoom Info
warnerbrothersforever:

LIFE Magazine has released online 850 photos taken in November 1960 Hanna-Barbera studios during the early days of production on the Flintstones.
The photos include voice recording sessions with Mel Blanc (Barney) and Alan Reed (Fred), photos of Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera with their families, photos of the both of them working with writers, artists, and lots candids of all the various people who worked at the studio at the time. This is an amazing and unprecedented look into what it was like making cartoons in this time in history, really the find of the year for animation enthusiasts.
Above are only a couple. We see an female inker working on a cel of Fred, another photo of an inker working on a cel (at her home!), animator Carlo Vinci animating a scene, Bill Hanna having a barbecue with his family, and a few of the studio workers who had formed their own bowling league, “the Yogi Bears”.
Zoom Info
warnerbrothersforever:

LIFE Magazine has released online 850 photos taken in November 1960 Hanna-Barbera studios during the early days of production on the Flintstones.
The photos include voice recording sessions with Mel Blanc (Barney) and Alan Reed (Fred), photos of Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera with their families, photos of the both of them working with writers, artists, and lots candids of all the various people who worked at the studio at the time. This is an amazing and unprecedented look into what it was like making cartoons in this time in history, really the find of the year for animation enthusiasts.
Above are only a couple. We see an female inker working on a cel of Fred, another photo of an inker working on a cel (at her home!), animator Carlo Vinci animating a scene, Bill Hanna having a barbecue with his family, and a few of the studio workers who had formed their own bowling league, “the Yogi Bears”.
Zoom Info
warnerbrothersforever:

LIFE Magazine has released online 850 photos taken in November 1960 Hanna-Barbera studios during the early days of production on the Flintstones.
The photos include voice recording sessions with Mel Blanc (Barney) and Alan Reed (Fred), photos of Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera with their families, photos of the both of them working with writers, artists, and lots candids of all the various people who worked at the studio at the time. This is an amazing and unprecedented look into what it was like making cartoons in this time in history, really the find of the year for animation enthusiasts.
Above are only a couple. We see an female inker working on a cel of Fred, another photo of an inker working on a cel (at her home!), animator Carlo Vinci animating a scene, Bill Hanna having a barbecue with his family, and a few of the studio workers who had formed their own bowling league, “the Yogi Bears”.
Zoom Info

warnerbrothersforever:

LIFE Magazine has released online 850 photos taken in November 1960 Hanna-Barbera studios during the early days of production on the Flintstones.

The photos include voice recording sessions with Mel Blanc (Barney) and Alan Reed (Fred), photos of Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera with their families, photos of the both of them working with writers, artists, and lots candids of all the various people who worked at the studio at the time. This is an amazing and unprecedented look into what it was like making cartoons in this time in history, really the find of the year for animation enthusiasts.

Above are only a couple. We see an female inker working on a cel of Fred, another photo of an inker working on a cel (at her home!), animator Carlo Vinci animating a scene, Bill Hanna having a barbecue with his family, and a few of the studio workers who had formed their own bowling league, “the Yogi Bears”.

My body is made of bean cans and my brain is sour cream.

I’ve been inspired to show the world my fashion. I call this one “Graphic Tee and Pajamas on Broken Chair”. 

I’ve been inspired to show the world my fashion. I call this one “Graphic Tee and Pajamas on Broken Chair”. 

What a day wasted. Spent it all in a relaxed position due to 60% of my body being sunburnt. Hoped that I’d have the company of some people, but alas that is not a thing. The day is not over, so I hope for the best. Maybe a hello or even a snapchat would do. Today was a day wasted, but I hope that tomorrow is not.