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destined-guardian: zagreus: figmentera: ‘you’re back early’ is the most hilarious phrase to me in this context. like, you’re back early. from the moon. which takes days to get back from, and also definitely the assistance of this nasa employee. but somehow we managed it and just decided to drop by nasa for you to make this casual remark. yep. a logical setup to any joke.  its comedy gold, just in that first line and it just gets wilder from there with the implication that not only is the ENTIRE moon haunted, but apparently somehow a single pistol will be sufficient to deal with this particular paranormal conundrum I FOUND THE ORIGINAL Destiny 2: Shadowkeep: dustin Couch @Dustinkcouch nasa employee: oh hey u guys are back early astronaut: moon's haunted nasa employee: what? astronaut: 치oading a pistol and getting back on the rocket-ship* moon's haunted 1:18 PM 30 Oct 18 15.1K Retweets 54.2K Likes destined-guardian: zagreus: figmentera: ‘you’re back early’ is the most hilarious phrase to me in this context. like, you’re back early. from the moon. which takes days to get back from, and also definitely the assistance of this nasa employee. but somehow we managed it and just decided to drop by nasa for you to make this casual remark. yep. a logical setup to any joke.  its comedy gold, just in that first line and it just gets wilder from there with the implication that not only is the ENTIRE moon haunted, but apparently somehow a single pistol will be sufficient to deal with this particular paranormal conundrum I FOUND THE ORIGINAL Destiny 2: Shadowkeep

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zagreus: figmentera: ‘you’re back early’ is the most hilarious phrase to me in this context. like, you’re back early. from the moon. which takes days to get back from, and also definitely the assistance of this nasa employee. but somehow we managed it and just decided to drop by nasa for you to make this casual remark. yep. a logical setup to any joke.  its comedy gold, just in that first line and it just gets wilder from there with the implication that not only is the ENTIRE moon haunted, but apparently somehow a single pistol will be sufficient to deal with this particular paranormal conundrum : dustin Couch @Dustinkcouch nasa employee: oh hey u guys are back early astronaut: moon's haunted nasa employee: what? astronaut: 치oading a pistol and getting back on the rocket-ship* moon's haunted 1:18 PM 30 Oct 18 15.1K Retweets 54.2K Likes zagreus: figmentera: ‘you’re back early’ is the most hilarious phrase to me in this context. like, you’re back early. from the moon. which takes days to get back from, and also definitely the assistance of this nasa employee. but somehow we managed it and just decided to drop by nasa for you to make this casual remark. yep. a logical setup to any joke.  its comedy gold, just in that first line and it just gets wilder from there with the implication that not only is the ENTIRE moon haunted, but apparently somehow a single pistol will be sufficient to deal with this particular paranormal conundrum

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therobotmonster: sirfrogsworth: Programmable LED fans are the latest thing in cosplay technology. The price of admission is pretty steep though. At $400 per fan, it will cost a pretty penny to become a proper wizard.  If you are like Wong and believe attachment to the material is detachment from the spiritual, buying these would contradict that philosophy. A cosplaying conundrum to be sure. Keep saving up those rupees I guess.  [ theRPF ] What intrigues me about this is the potential for small-budget films.  Like, that produces, on what I assume is at best a prosumer camera, a believably impressive effect, and the only drawback is the base being visible. I have to imagine a little compositing to hide the bases until the energy fields go up would be cheaper than CGing the effect for every shot. : therobotmonster: sirfrogsworth: Programmable LED fans are the latest thing in cosplay technology. The price of admission is pretty steep though. At $400 per fan, it will cost a pretty penny to become a proper wizard.  If you are like Wong and believe attachment to the material is detachment from the spiritual, buying these would contradict that philosophy. A cosplaying conundrum to be sure. Keep saving up those rupees I guess.  [ theRPF ] What intrigues me about this is the potential for small-budget films.  Like, that produces, on what I assume is at best a prosumer camera, a believably impressive effect, and the only drawback is the base being visible. I have to imagine a little compositing to hide the bases until the energy fields go up would be cheaper than CGing the effect for every shot.
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<p><a href="http://theonion.tumblr.com/post/171354321369/new-yorkconsidering-and-rejecting-names-at-a" class="tumblr_blog">theonion</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>NEW YORK—Considering and rejecting names at a rapid clip, local woman Michelle Alghabra mentally rifled through over a dozen friends Tuesday in search of the perfect person to sympathize with her latest petty conundrum. “Alison is usually my go-to for a sympathetic ear, but she might not see this as that big of a deal and start preaching about forgiveness and turning the other cheek, and I just don’t need that right now,” said Alghabra, pouring herself another glass of wine while taking stock of potential commiserators. “Beth just wouldn’t get it, Tina would just make it all about herself somehow, and Alicia might say I’m being small-minded and obsessive. Honestly, I’m just about ready to call Kristen, and all she ever does is say, ‘Oh, yeah,’ every time I pause for breath.” Alghabra eventually settled on Liz, who, if contacted after 3 p.m., would most likely be drunk.<br/></p></blockquote>: Woman Mentally Rifles Through Friends For Perfect Person To Sympathize With Current Pettiness <p><a href="http://theonion.tumblr.com/post/171354321369/new-yorkconsidering-and-rejecting-names-at-a" class="tumblr_blog">theonion</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>NEW YORK—Considering and rejecting names at a rapid clip, local woman Michelle Alghabra mentally rifled through over a dozen friends Tuesday in search of the perfect person to sympathize with her latest petty conundrum. “Alison is usually my go-to for a sympathetic ear, but she might not see this as that big of a deal and start preaching about forgiveness and turning the other cheek, and I just don’t need that right now,” said Alghabra, pouring herself another glass of wine while taking stock of potential commiserators. “Beth just wouldn’t get it, Tina would just make it all about herself somehow, and Alicia might say I’m being small-minded and obsessive. Honestly, I’m just about ready to call Kristen, and all she ever does is say, ‘Oh, yeah,’ every time I pause for breath.” Alghabra eventually settled on Liz, who, if contacted after 3 p.m., would most likely be drunk.<br/></p></blockquote>

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