@ 11:49 AM

 

@ 5:57 PM

 

whatifscientistcarlos:

staticoptics:

Allow me to explain the anatomy of a cat’s paw.

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Smush beans!!! Piddle paws. Liddle piddles. Smoosh bean piddly doos.

Fluffstuff pink piddle chubber bubbies.

As a biologist I can attest for the accuracy of this. 

@ 7:43 PM

 

weepygenderqueer:

harrrymonster:

ifwecansparkle:

someidiotontheinternet:

anangelofthetardis:

omG I SEARCHED GOOGLE FOR A SEWING MACHINE DIAGRAM AND THIS CAME UP I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING

i think my blog is a cryhole

We actually keep this picture hanging up in our costume shop. If you have ever operated a sewing machine, this picture will speak to you on a spiritual level.

SO ACCURATE

OH MY GOD 

weepygenderqueer:

harrrymonster:

ifwecansparkle:

someidiotontheinternet:

anangelofthetardis:

omG I SEARCHED GOOGLE FOR A SEWING MACHINE DIAGRAM AND THIS CAME UP I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING

i think my blog is a cryhole

We actually keep this picture hanging up in our costume shop. If you have ever operated a sewing machine, this picture will speak to you on a spiritual level.

SO ACCURATE

OH MY GOD 

@ 2:48 PM

 

fuckajesus:

michaelpalin:

Dylan Moran on wine.

I LOVE YOU YOU BEAUTIFUL IRISH DICKHOLE

Okay, I’m done.

@ 7:58 PM

 

fulllblownrose:

It’s too hot *opens window* in comes 20 flys, 8 spiders, 17 daddy long legs, 50 moths, 3 dragons and 12 Jehovah’s witnesses.

@ 7:19 PM

 

Hannibal cares about Will in the same way I care about my copy of my favorite book. It engages my interest and it gives me good feelings, like comfort, pleasure, and excitement. I would say that I love this book. But my feelings toward the book are all centered around myself; I love the book because of how it stimulates ME; I can do whatever I want with the book; I am a person and the book is an inanimate object. I don’t worry about the book’s well-being. I don’t hope it has a long and fulfilling life. If my copy is destroyed, I’ll grumble about having to buy a new one, but I won’t grieve the loss of an independent life, a separate world, because it doesn’t matter whether that particular physical copy is at hand; what matters is that I can read whenever I want. Essentially, that kind of love is nothing like the love I bear for other people, where I care about them separate from myself, but that’s the kind of love Hannibal has for Will.

Hannibal doesn’t care if Will is happy, healthy, or sane. He cares if Will is his. He wants Will to be there for Hannibal’s own pleasure, and that’s all that matters. He has proven willing to destroy Will if that’s what it takes to keep Will under his control. Yes, he’s very involved with and attached to Will, but it’s in the same way that a child loves their favorite toy. Will is ancillary to Hannibal; Will is the best book Hannibal has ever read.

 - Dreamwidth user ibroketuesday on this Fandom Secrets thread (via makokitten)