I was playing Heavy Rain because I bought it but haven’t had the chance to play it and I’m laughing at the game play. I’m supposed to control how to tie this police dude’s tie and I can’t even hold my laughter because I’m just picturing how I would mess up and make this awkward.Or how I might throw my my son in the distance as I’m spinning him. And don’t get me started on how I lost Jason but my game glitched so he I was holding him but I was supposed to get run over already. Weird ass gameplay over here.

magictransistor:

Erwin Blumenfeld (1897–1969)

Tags: art

astudyinawesome:

I’m crying
oatmealmarketing:

this pic is crucial

oatmealmarketing:

this pic is crucial

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magictransistor:

Weegee. Boy Meets Girl - From Mars. 1955.

Tags: space

kanaya-maryammm-or-fmmm:

ppl be talkin about the new 3d/live action spongebob movie but all i can think is

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Looks like Crayon Pop were their own choreographers for this one…! (ᵒ̤̑ ₀̑ ᵒ̤̑) 

(Source: crayonpopped)

Actor Chris Pratt beamed down to our sector of the universe Monday night to surprise an auditorium full of deserving kids in a special New York Daily News and Disney Studios sponsored charity screening of the superheroes-in-space flick.

And the 35-year-old actor who plays the hero Star-Lord in the Marvel movie stayed in the theater until every last one of them who wanted to take a picture with him got their selfie.

“That was really fun, this is what is all about,” said a visibly touched Pratt after the show. “I get impatient sometimes being on a promotional tour all the time, but something like this I would sit here as long as it took to take a picture with every one of those guys.”

“Tonight was really special to me.”

Pratt stayed long past the time his security detail was supposed to whisk him away to answer questions and give some words of wisdom.

(Source: chrisprattawesomesource, via jumbofreki)

magictransistor:

Giorgio de Chirico. The Nostalgia of the Infinite. 1911.

magictransistor:

Giorgio de Chirico. The Nostalgia of the Infinite. 1911.