Tumbly Muffinness

corgiaddict:

bunnyfood:

LOOK AT THIS CORGI

(via Huffington Post)

WHEEEEE

saint:

I just found my cat and he was doing his workout

Just hanging around.

saint:

I just found my cat and he was doing his workout

Just hanging around.

zafojones:

Petrified wood fossil with opal formed in the growth rings.

See, this is natural beauty.

zafojones:

Petrified wood fossil with opal formed in the growth rings.

See, this is natural beauty.

grimdarkthroes:

im still fucking laughing just trust me

pfff whAT XD

nonasuch:

monetizeyourcat:

geekgirlintraining:

I had to do it.

no. this was a choice you made. an awful choice, and i honor it

rhysjoejoshtomfaris:

I have never laughed so hard at a cat video in my life

Literally burst out laughing

Lanham does have a slight point. The only time I went, "That's just not plausible!" in the Avengers was when not one of the civilians watching the battle was recording it on a smart phone.
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copperbadge:

I’m…not sure how that supports Lanham’s thesis that he’s incapable of writing decent literature (about men, apparently) now that cellphones exist. I didn’t know my phone invalidated my penis, I better look into that.

The lack of cellphone recording in Avengers doesn’t impact the plot in any way; indeed, their absence is what took you out of the moment. But if people had been recording…so what? How would that change what was happening? They’d still be standing there watching like idiots.

Additionally, does having a smartphone actually emasculate anyone? Tony Stark used his in Iron Man 2 to hack the congressional hearing, shame his detractors, and make a vicious point about their true goals. In Avengers, the call between Coulson and Natasha not only proves to us that Natasha is in control of the “interrogation” but is then used as a distraction for her opening move in the total destruction of her enemies. The image of her on the phone, picking up her heels as she walks away, is a striking one.

In Thor, Darcy uses hers to take a picture of Thor which is later used to make a fake ID that Selvig uses to get him out of prison.

In Person of Interest, cellphones are a major source of information for our heroes in almost every episode. You know shit’s going down when one of them has to turn their phone off or throw it in a bucket of water.

In White Collar, Peter Burke commandeers a police horse and runs down a perp on the horse, then fistfights him to the ground, and when he looks up he ruefully salutes all the New Yorkers who are taking his picture with their phones.

In X-Files, Mulder’s continual destruction of his cellphones was a running joke in fandom.

In a fanfic I wrote, Steve Rogers loves his Starkphone so much he wants to film an ad where he answers it, punches a supervillain with it, then goes back to his call.

The only reason to complain about cellphones is if you lack the imagination to incorporate new technology into your fiction.

commanderabutt:

if you post something on the internet and get people disagreeing with you and your only response is “DID I ASK FOR YOUR OPINION? WHEN DID I SAY I CARED ABOUT YOUR OPINION?” there is a 90% chance you are too stupid to own a computer

raydere2:

I’m surprised we’re all bitching about G+ integration in YouTube comments considering that many people I know dismiss YT comments as more idiotic than a typical day on GameFAQs boards and therefore not worth caring about.

Yeah, see, that’s the beauty of making it harder to post comments.