yup-that-exists:

Death Star Cookie Jar
That’s no moon! It’s a cookie jar shaped like the death star! This jar comes straight from the Star Wars Shop, it’s entirely from durable Polyresin and features a counter-friendly flat base for proper counter storage. 
BUY IT HERE

yup-that-exists:

Death Star Cookie Jar

That’s no moon! It’s a cookie jar shaped like the death star! This jar comes straight from the Star Wars Shop, it’s entirely from durable Polyresin and features a counter-friendly flat base for proper counter storage. 

BUY IT HERE

“I don’t believe in love at first sight but I do believe in seeing someone from across the room and knowing instantly that they’re going to matter to you.”
—Ryan O’Connell (via oceanghosts)

(Source: hellanne, via johnjohnnyyjohn)

“You will never be completely at home again, because part of your heart always will be elsewhere. That is the price you pay for the richness of loving and knowing people in more than one place.”
—~Miriam Adeney (via dares)

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whitegirlsaintshit:

dirtyjordans:

mysecretbutthole:

marimopet:

Lex five-eye shoes in black petrol from Doc Martens

please

Woooow I’d so wear those to work

steve madden has a cheaper pair, too!

(via deviantconspiracy)

whiteysplace:

The City Of New Orleans.

Coz, yeah.

archiemcphee:

Jim Rodda, better known as hobbyist 3D printer Zheng3, recently completed work on these awesomely elaborate Barbie-compatible 3D-printed suits of medieval armor. The project was crowdfunded through Rodda’s Faire Play Kickstarter project. The suit of golden parade armor is made of over 40 difference pieces, including a winged helmet, feathered tassets and a detailed coat of arms.

Click here for additional photos and process information.

[via io9]

archiemcphee:

We can’t get enough of these inconceivably awesome LEGO dioramas depicting scenes from The Princess Bride.

"You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means."

They were created for a fantastic collaborative project by nine different LEGO builders and displayed at Brickworld Chicago. When viewed in the proper order they tell most of the story simply using tiny plastic bricks. Feel free to quote the movie out loud as you look at them (we did). Here we see “The Fire Swamp” by Max Pointer, “The Battle of Wits” by Daniel Church, “Inigo vs. Westley” also by Daniel Church, “Miracle Max” by Paul Vermeesch, “Mawwiage” also by Paul Vermeesch, “The Shrieking Eels” by Ben Merrill, “Westley and Buttercup” by Casey McCoy, and “Inigo versus Count Rugen” by Matthew Oh.

Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.”

Click here to view them all.

Then check out this interview with all nine builders conducted at Brickworld Chicago by Joshua Hanlon from BrickPodcast.com.

[via Screenburn]

zen-mommy:

rattleheadddd:

castielscamander:

can we just bask in the glory of beatles sass

Dammit haha

Fuck yes OMG

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intelligibledirigible:

@WorstMuse

This post has laughs. In all the right places.

(Source: jabletown)

“All I’ve had today is like six Gummy Bears and some Scotch”
—(via archerquotes)

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