thebsdboys:

OK first you’re being a total dick right now,

thebsdboys:

OK first you’re being a total dick right now,


Banjo Kazooie - Rusty Bucket Bay

Banjo Kazooie - Rusty Bucket Bay

smilefor-medarling:

Some of these are so awkward, and some are great, and there’s that one with the dad that’s just 100% heartbreaking.

youngjusticer:

Gyarados is among the most successful fish, taking the role of apex predator in almost any environment. Gyarados is sometimes mistaken for being possessing the ability to fly, but it’s been confirmed that it’s only capable of breaching very high out of the water to catch airborne prey. Gyarados originates from the most common sea creature, Magikarp, which seeks open waters to develop to adult size, then may return to fresh water to breed or to just be jerks to small critters. Magikarp is the most useless specimen known to science and is only able to flop around. Huntail and Gorebyss exhibit the behavior of killing Shellders to use their shells as safe havens to lay eggs; these hollowed Shellders are referred to as Clamperls because the eggs resemble jewels. Cloyster has one of the hardest shells. Within it, there’s a massive black pearl with small knob-like protrusions. If light hits the pearl just right, glints of light on the knobs can appear as a smirking face. These “face-pearls” are absurdly valuable and sought after by collectors from every region. It’s difficult to obtain a Cloyster pearl, let alone a face-pearl, as the Pokemon lives deep underwater, and one would have to slay it, a herculean feat in itself. Tentacool is omnipresent. Once a trainer gains a surf-license and a suitable “driver,” he will quickly develop a huge disdain of this overly-abundant Pokemon. Seriously, it’s everywhere.
GYARADOS, by RJ Palmer.

youngjusticer:

Gyarados is among the most successful fish, taking the role of apex predator in almost any environment. Gyarados is sometimes mistaken for being possessing the ability to fly, but it’s been confirmed that it’s only capable of breaching very high out of the water to catch airborne prey. Gyarados originates from the most common sea creature, Magikarp, which seeks open waters to develop to adult size, then may return to fresh water to breed or to just be jerks to small critters. Magikarp is the most useless specimen known to science and is only able to flop around. Huntail and Gorebyss exhibit the behavior of killing Shellders to use their shells as safe havens to lay eggs; these hollowed Shellders are referred to as Clamperls because the eggs resemble jewels. Cloyster has one of the hardest shells. Within it, there’s a massive black pearl with small knob-like protrusions. If light hits the pearl just right, glints of light on the knobs can appear as a smirking face. These “face-pearls” are absurdly valuable and sought after by collectors from every region. It’s difficult to obtain a Cloyster pearl, let alone a face-pearl, as the Pokemon lives deep underwater, and one would have to slay it, a herculean feat in itself. Tentacool is omnipresent. Once a trainer gains a surf-license and a suitable “driver,” he will quickly develop a huge disdain of this overly-abundant Pokemon. Seriously, it’s everywhere.

GYARADOS, by RJ Palmer.

accurate.

accurate.

solos1s:

source

riceball362:

actorswithactionfigures:

marvelandspiderman:

Well if this isn’t just the cutest

~Peter

Don’t think I’ve ever blogged the whole comic, in its entire adorableness…

You’re welcome :)

A-Babies VS. X-Babies. Written by Skottie Young. Art by Gurihiru.

This was the greatest thing ever

nulchar:

shut the fuck up brock