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Christmas, Definitely, and Friends: incarnandine: ecurps: wrathetc: sh-inik: mamutama: cythraul: senorrandom: mysticorset: adriofthedead: peens: supercontra: surfdog2000: noon: drawnblog: Ray Frenden reviews the too-cheap-to-be-true Monoprice graphics tablets. How do they stack up to industry standard Wacoms? After spending a week with the 6.25“x10” Monoprice, my Yiynova and Cintiq remain unplugged and I gave my Intuos away to a friend. The Monoprice tracks subtle pressure variances and small movements with less lag and more crisp fidelity than any of the others. It is, put crudely, fucking awesome, in both OSX Lion and Windows 7 x64. I have one of these, 10x6.5 I bought about two months ago for 48 bucks. It’s a billion times better than my old Wacom Bamboo and works like a fuckin dream. ATTENTION ALL PENNY-PINCHING ART FRIENDS!!! ooo reblogging this for potential future purchase oh I’m definitely thinking of getting one of these, or asking for one for Christmas. ‘Cause as much as I appreciate Ian giving me his old tablet, I think the pen might be on it’s last legs. ;~; Oh my god these start at $25 for a little one. I would be so okay with a little one. Reblogging this again because I fucking lost it and don’t want to forget it again. Relevant to some friends’ interests… vaultedthewall , trows … i got mine for $75 including shipping to australia and i’ve been using it since 2012 and it still works well today, definitely recommend reblogging so i can find this if i ever think of buying a new one @sapphic-sith @dream-with-me-always @albino-yaoi psst @crouleek @perelka-l @foolsfantasies drawing friends 3
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Best Friend, Chicago, and God: justlookatthosesausages: invisiblespork: ohhowlucky: danteogodofsoup: killbenedictcumberbatch: standupcomedyblog: John Mulaney | The Salt Pepper Diner THE BEST JOKE IN EXISTENCE GOD I JUST TOLD SOMEONE ABOUT THIS STORY This is one of the best pieces of comedy that I have ever had the pleasure of witnessing. I love this. I have been looking for this online for awhile. [Audio transcription: I wanted to tell you one story. Uh. This is the story of the best meal I’ve ever had in my life, okay. Happened when I was eleven years old in Chicago, IL where I grew up. I went to a place called the Salt Pepper Diner, uh, with my best friend John. We walk into the diner one day, and they had a jukebox there, okay? And the jukebox was three plays for a dollar. So we put in 7 dollars and selected 21 plays of of Tom Jones’s What’s New Pussycat. And then we ordered and waited.  Here’s the thing about when, uh, What’s New Pussycat plays over and over and over and over and over again. The second time it plays, your immediate thought is not ‘hey someone’s playing What’s New Pussycat again.’ It’s ‘hey, What’s New Pussycat is a lot longer than I first thought. The third time it plays you’re thinking maybe someone’s playing What’s New Pussycat again. The fourth time it plays you’re either thinking ‘whoa someone just played What’s New Pussycat FOUR TIMES or at least someone played it twice, and it’s a really long song.’ So the fifth time is the kicker, alright?  Now, John and I we’re watching the entire diner at this point, alright? Most people have gotten wind as to what’s going on. And we’re staring at this one guy and he’s sitting in like a booth with his stupid kids jumping around, and he’s like staring at his coffee cup like this, and he’s been onto us since the beginning. And he’s sitting there, and his hand is shaking, and he had this look on his face like, aw, like he had just gotten his thirty day chip from anger management. And he’s staring like this, and the fourth song fades out. It’s dead quiet. Then, I don’t know if you know this, but the song begins very quietly… BWAAAH BWAAAAAH WHAT’S NEW PUSSYCAT and he goes GOD DAMN IT and pounds on the table, silverware flies everywhere, and it was fantastic. But a word about my best friend John and what a genius he was because when we first walked into the diner, okay? When we first got there and I’m punching in the What’s New Pussycats alright? I’ve punched in like 7 at this point then John says to me ‘hey hey hey before you punch in another What’s New Pussycat let’s drop in one It’s Not Unusual.’ Oh yes. That is when the afternoon went from good to great. After seven What’s New Pussycats. In a row - It played seven times. Suddenly - Dum da dum, IT’S NOT UNUSUAL and the sigh of relief that swept through the diner. People were so happy. It was like the liberation of France. You know for years scientists have wondered can you make grown men and women weep tears of joy by playing Tom Jones’s It’s Not Unusual and the answer is yes you can. Provided that it is preceded by seven What’s New Pussycats. It’s true. Dead honest. And on the other hand. When we went back. Holy shit. It’s Not Unusual fade out. It’s dead quiet. BWAAAH BWAAAAH WHAT’S NEW PUSSYCAT people went insane. People went out of their minds. No one could handle it. No one could handle it. And they were surrounded by this seemingly indifferent staff that was just like ‘yup some crap as always.’  They unplugged the jukebox after eleven plays. And that was the best meal I ever had.] reblogging again coz this time it has audio transcription (bless you) and it’s still forever hilarious omg
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College, Confused, and Huh: canadianstuck One of the funniest things I ever experienced was when I went to go see John Mulaney live, and halfway through a bit about how expensive college in the States is, he looked down at the sleeve of his suit jacket and just. stopped. dead halt, mid sentence And after like three seconds, where we're all trying to figure out the punchline because the story clearly hadn't ended, and John Mulaney quietly says, "Has there been tinfoil on my buttons the whole goddamn show?" He'd taken his suit to the drycleaner, and they'd wrapped the buttons on the sleeves and the coat with tinfoil to protect them, and John Mulaney didn't notice until half-way through his set, and was SO FLABBERGASTED that he never did finish the story about college and instead did five minutes on how stupid it was that his buttons were reflecting the light and he just didn't notice, and in that moment I understood more about John Mulaney as a person than I ever have meme-team-risk-analyst during one of his portland shows, he noticed this like 7 year old girl in the front row and asked her (and her parents) if she 'is aware that she is physically here right now or if she was just brought along. turns out her favorite john mulaney bit is the "and I'm new in town bit and that she's seen all his stuff. He was so shocked and discomforted by the fact a SEVEN YEAR OLD has seen his shows that he couldn't get through a bit about donating to charity without interupting himself at least three times to import good life lessons on this small child, as if that makes up for all the horrible things he's said that she heard sammysausage When I saw him in Ft. Lauderdale, there was a bar in the lobby that people kept leaving to go to. At one point, a guy in the front row just got up and BOOKED IT to get drinks. John Mulaney looked over at a woman who was next to the empty seat and asked, "Are you with him? What's his name?" She was, in fact, with him, and she did tell him her date's name. John Mulaney considered this, looked around, and unplugged his microphone. Leaning in to us, he told us that we were going to trick this guy so fuckin hard. He said, "At some point during the show, I am going to stop and say, "Well, you guys know what they say here in Ft. Lauderdale,' and then you guys are all going to scream back 'WE LOVE MILKSHAKES! He'll be so confused He then continued on with the show as normal, the drinks guy returned to his seat, and that was that for quite a long time. We thought he had forgotten about it until, at some point during what I believe was his McDonald's drive-thru bit, he shrugged his shoulders and said, "You guys know what they say here in Ft. Lauderdale.." Naturally, we erupted with "WE LOVE MILKSHAKES and John Mulaney SWUNG around to face the drinks guy and said, "T bet you're real confused now huh, JASON?! windyvalleyzone ah so john mulaney is a chaotic neutral cryptid John Mulaney, tumblrs favorite stand up comedian
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50 Cent, Alive, and Bad: ALL SONGS PRODUCED BY: KANYE WEST Except Tracks 10 & 36 1. Intro feat. Free of 106 & Park 2. Live From Irving Plaza, NY- Talib Kweli/ Kanye West/ Mos Det 3. Guess Who's Back? Freestyle- 50 Cent 4. Jesus Walks (snippet). Kanye West 5. Through The Wire (Still Standing) feat. Chaka Khan/ Elton John 6. 2 Words. Kanye West feat. Mos Det/ Freeway/ Harlem Boys choir 7. Show Go On. Freeway/ Twista 8. Champions. Dame Dash presents Kanye West/ Young Chris Beanie Sigel/ Cam'Ron/ Twista 9. Live From Tweeter Center, IL Jay Z/ Kanye West 10. The Bounce- Jay Z feat. Kanye West 11. Poppin' Tags Jay Z feat. Twista/ Outkast 12. A Million Freestyle- Kanye West 13. '03 Bonnie & Clyde Jay Z feat. Beyonce Knowles 14. BR Right- Trina feat. Ludacris 15. Brown Sugar- Mos Def 16. Good To You- Talib Kweli 17. The Good, The Bad, The Ugly- Consequence/ Kanye w 18. Dead Or Alive- Cam Ron 19. Takeover Freestyle Cam'Ron 20. Got Nowhere State Property 21. Poppa Was A Playa- Nas 22. Home- Kanye West 23. Reebok Commercial- Scarface 24. Heaven- Scarface feat. Kelly Price 25. In Cold Blood- Scarface 26. My Way Kanye West These are the songs from my tatoo: 27. You Made Me- Harlem World feat. Carl Thomas 28. My Life Foxy Brown 29. Ghetto- Madd Rapper feat. Raekwon/ Carl Thon 30. The Truth Beanie Sigel 31. This Can't Be Life. Jay Z 32. Nothing Like It- Beanie Sigel feat. Harlem Boys' C 33. Izzo (H.o.V.A.) Unplugged Version- Jay Z 34. Heart of The City (Ain't No Love) Unplugged Ve 35. Never Chage Jay Z feat. Kanye West 36. My Life, My Love GLC of the GoGetters ROC A FELLA RECORDS produced by Timbaland produced by Devon Ha EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: KANYE WEST for Kanma Co Execs: John Monopoly for Hustle. & Don C. for H Hustie ixed By Mustafa Rocks & Vaughn Woods for 87emP HUSTLE
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