shitroughdrafts:

Captain America: The Winter Soldier, directed by Anthony and Joe Russo. 2014.
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shitroughdrafts:

Captain America: The Winter Soldier, directed by Anthony and Joe Russo. 2014.

Pre-order the Shit Rough Drafts book here!

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y0urekillinmesmalls:

geturphilosphyfrmabumprstickr:

Thanks, Obama!

This is my favorite post of all time

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callyourgurlfriend:

this show beats all other shows

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theawl:

lettertojane:

Sorry I had to put all the photos of pure ice cream bliss in one place. 

DELICIOUS


The top right and middle left photos are super adorable and may have converted me to a Kimye shipper?

jesuotaku:

I’m sorry I’m not sorry.

jesuotaku:

I’m sorry I’m not sorry.

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I hope she brings her Oscar everywhere forever.

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"Helga’s a blonde, like her mother and sister, with her hair in pigtails and a thick black unibrow. Every day she wears a pink dress, which matches her huge pink bow which alights her dainty head. Her room is full of frills and pink hearts and a happy doll very similar to Raggedy Ann. Just from these simple descriptors, one would assume that Helga would be a sweet as pie, all American girl. That’s her sister, Olga. Helga, on the other hand, is a true tomboy. Occasionally violent but a born leader, Helga makes herself known amongst the 4th graders to be the one kid you do NOT want to mess with. However, as her mild-mannered half-Japanese best friend Phoebe knows and understands well, there is a lot of tenderness in Helga. While being tough, she’s rarely mean for the sake of being mean. She doesn’t steal, she doesn’t cheat and doesn’t lie about anything except Arnold. […]

Helga is a well-crafted individual and shows just how NOT to judge a book by its cover. Just because someone is a girl, wears pink, or wears dresses doesn’t mean anything one way or the other and this back story is significant to how we consider Helga within feminism. Helga does not love Arnold because that’s what girls do; she loves him because he showed her kindness. She loves him obsessively because he continues to show her kindness even if she tortures him. However, due to the fact that she does not want to become the butt of anyone’s jokes, she maintains this iron-clad reputation of the tough leader and keeps her love hidden from everyone; that one moment of swooning at 3 years old was seen as weakness. This is a girl who makes her own decisions, does things on her own terms and refuses to conform to anyone’s expectations”. x


I loved Hey Arnold! and especially Helga Pataki so much that as a Youth I used to draw comics with my own self-insert character who only existed to get those crazy kids together. Sometimes she did it because she was a witch and sometimes she did it by being really good at baseball, but regardless she got things done.

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