TheKristenShow
tastefullyoffensive:

[lknodecaf]
tastefullyoffensive:

[mictwitty]

buzzfeed:

buzzfeedgeeky:

Mother. Fucking. Squee.

For all of y’all not at SDCC this weekend.

sdzoo:

Two Little Piglets (watch the video)

tastefullyoffensive:

[magicman]
tastefullyoffensive:

[kersplodey]

tastefullyoffensive:

Artist Chris McMahon buys other people’s landscape paintings at thrift stores and puts monsters in them.

Previously: Artist Repaints His Own Childhood Drawings

buzzfeed:

Chris Hemsworth’s biceps are not of this earth.
(Side note – Mark Ruffalo’s face, guys. Mark Ruffalo’s face.)

buzzfeed:

Chris Hemsworth’s biceps are not of this earth.

(Side note – Mark Ruffalo’s face, guys. Mark Ruffalo’s face.)

tastefullyoffensive:

"He likes to hold his own feet." -110110

tastefullyoffensive:

"He likes to hold his own feet." -110110

secretrepublic:

nevver:

Summer over the city, George Steinmetz

#Life

buzzfeed:

¸.•*¨*•♫♪ Down in Fraggle Rock! ¸.•*¨*•♫♪

buzzfeed:

¸.•*¨*•♫♪ Down in Fraggle Rock! ¸.•*¨*•♫♪

stereogum:

There’s a moment on Spoon’s new song “Outlier” where Britt Daniel sneaks a sharp splinter of film criticism into one of the tough, terse, personal songs that Spoon is so known for: “I remember when you walked out of Garden State / You had taste, you had taste / You had no time to waste.” Imagine Zach Braff’s face when he hears that song — because you know he’ll hear it. As a guy who was making slick, broadly appealing indie rock in the early ’00s, Daniel probably indirectly made some money off of Garden State, and Joe Chiccarelli, the longtime music-biz insider who co-produced “Outlier,” previously produced the life-changing Shins’ Wincing the Night Away. Point is, that tossed-off dis, really just an aside in the song, is a potential bridge-burner, and most big-indie frontmen in 2014 aren’t in the business of burning bridges, at least not consciously. But Daniel has always carried himself above the fray, with a slight sneer in his voice and a clear sense of purpose in his melodies. And if he wants to say “fuck that” about something, he’s going to do it. That’s a minor moment on Spoon’s new album They Want My Soul, but it’s a telling one, and it shows off the haughty confidence that has always set both Daniel and his band apart. Spoon carry themselves with a certain strut, and it’s been too long since we’ve heard that strut in action.
Stream Spoon’s new album They Want My Soul and read our review…

stereogum:

There’s a moment on Spoon’s new song “Outlier” where Britt Daniel sneaks a sharp splinter of film criticism into one of the tough, terse, personal songs that Spoon is so known for: “I remember when you walked out of Garden State / You had taste, you had taste / You had no time to waste.” Imagine Zach Braff’s face when he hears that song — because you know he’ll hear it. As a guy who was making slick, broadly appealing indie rock in the early ’00s, Daniel probably indirectly made some money off of Garden State, and Joe Chiccarelli, the longtime music-biz insider who co-produced “Outlier,” previously produced the life-changing Shins’ Wincing the Night Away. Point is, that tossed-off dis, really just an aside in the song, is a potential bridge-burner, and most big-indie frontmen in 2014 aren’t in the business of burning bridges, at least not consciously. But Daniel has always carried himself above the fray, with a slight sneer in his voice and a clear sense of purpose in his melodies. And if he wants to say “fuck that” about something, he’s going to do it. That’s a minor moment on Spoon’s new album They Want My Soul, but it’s a telling one, and it shows off the haughty confidence that has always set both Daniel and his band apart. Spoon carry themselves with a certain strut, and it’s been too long since we’ve heard that strut in action.

Stream Spoon’s new album They Want My Soul and read our review…

thefrisky:

Man Visits Prison With An Impressive Amount Of Stuff Up His Butt

THE BEST THING YOU WILL READ TODAY, I promise!