Not Really That Quiet!

[silent: adj., quiet, no sound]
[something: n., an unspecified thing, usually an object of some kind]
Basically a 16-year-old who loves good ol' cartoons, comics, and has a plethora of hobbies :)
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posted on 7/24/2014, with 268,981 notes (source: kezzoh) — reblog

psychohannahlyze:

cleolinda:

coldfuckingsport:

kimlennox:

Scarlett’s stunt trainning for her role as Black Widow in Iron Man2

“Scarlett hadn’t really done an action role.And she assured me that she would work as hard as she needed to both get in sharp and do her stunts and learn all that stuff.She spent hours and hours and hours for months.By far the most dedicated actor when it came to stunt work and the physical work.” - Jon Favreau:Director&co-star

and they have the gall to ask her about her diet

See, this is the kind of shit I want to hear about.

this needs more notes. who the fuck needs to know if she went on a diet.

posted on 7/23/2014, with 98,242 notes (source: kimlennox) — reblog
rangerkimmy:

Hi everyone! This is my 3-year-old nephew, Colt, and a puppy my brother’s family recently bought named Hercules. And they could use some help.
Colt has been recently diagnosed with autism. His most common symptoms are those of emotional meltdowns, wandering away, and losing awareness of his surroundings. My brother and his wife have three other children in addition to Colt—one in elementary school, the other two still in diapers—and are having a rough go of affording costs for all the children in addition to Colt’s autistic needs. They are an army family, so they do have some support, but there are certain things that they have to pay for out of pocket.
One of those things is training a service dog. That’s where Hercules, the american bulldog puppy you see here, comes in. They have purchased Hercules with the intent of training him to be an autism service dog. He will be a source of emotional support for Colt during meltdowns and other difficult times, and he will also be a sort of guardian when Colt has his instances of wandering away or losing sense of his surroundings. Hercules would be able to keep him safe and provide other measures of security in times of need.
Now here is where I humbly ask you to dig into your pockets and pull out your credit or debit card.
Funding the training for Hercules is not an easy, cheap task. The original price for training him is obscene, but the very kind man who will train him has discounted the price significantly. But it’s still not something they can afford on their own.
$5,000 is the cost they’re working toward for now. My sister-in-law has set up a GoFundMe fundraiser account in hopes that family, friends, and more will have a few dollars to donate to the cause.
Please—if you have some money on the side, my family would be so thankful for your support in getting Hercules the training needed to become the support service animal that my nephew needs. Every dollar helps.
Here is a link to the GoFundMe page once more.
Even if you can’t donate, please reblog to signal boost for others to see!
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rangerkimmy:

Hi everyone! This is my 3-year-old nephew, Colt, and a puppy my brother’s family recently bought named Hercules. And they could use some help.

Colt has been recently diagnosed with autism. His most common symptoms are those of emotional meltdowns, wandering away, and losing awareness of his surroundings. My brother and his wife have three other children in addition to Colt—one in elementary school, the other two still in diapers—and are having a rough go of affording costs for all the children in addition to Colt’s autistic needs. They are an army family, so they do have some support, but there are certain things that they have to pay for out of pocket.

One of those things is training a service dog. That’s where Hercules, the american bulldog puppy you see here, comes in. They have purchased Hercules with the intent of training him to be an autism service dog. He will be a source of emotional support for Colt during meltdowns and other difficult times, and he will also be a sort of guardian when Colt has his instances of wandering away or losing sense of his surroundings. Hercules would be able to keep him safe and provide other measures of security in times of need.

Now here is where I humbly ask you to dig into your pockets and pull out your credit or debit card.

Funding the training for Hercules is not an easy, cheap task. The original price for training him is obscene, but the very kind man who will train him has discounted the price significantly. But it’s still not something they can afford on their own.

$5,000 is the cost they’re working toward for now. My sister-in-law has set up a GoFundMe fundraiser account in hopes that family, friends, and more will have a few dollars to donate to the cause.

Please—if you have some money on the side, my family would be so thankful for your support in getting Hercules the training needed to become the support service animal that my nephew needs. Every dollar helps.

Here is a link to the GoFundMe page once more.

Even if you can’t donate, please reblog to signal boost for others to see!

posted on 7/22/2014, with 75 notes (source: rangerkimmy) — reblog
wreckitronnie:

"[NERVOUS SWEATING]" — Romeo, probably
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wreckitronnie:

"[NERVOUS SWEATING]" 
— Romeo, probably

posted on 7/22/2014, with 130,616 notes (source: wreckitronnie) — reblog

bookgeekconfessions:

booksandhotchocolate:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released seven years ago - July 21, 2007.

I CANNOT BELIEVE THAT WAS 7 YEARS AGO!

posted on 7/21/2014, with 40,674 notes (source: booksandhotchocolate) — reblog

lifehacks247:

For More Posts Like This Follow LifeHacks247

posted on 7/21/2014, with 134,894 notes (source: lifehacks247) — reblog

dekutree:

can you smell what the rock is cooking?

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empandas de queso para ti y todos tus amigos jajajaja tambien hice un jugito de mango

gracias, tia roca

posted on 7/20/2014, with 28,997 notes (source: dekutree) — reblog

GUYS. I JUST REALIZED.

joshpeck:

soufflesagainstthedaleks:

YOU KNOW THIS GUY?

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THAT’S JOSH PECK.

KNOW WHAT ELSE A “PECK” IS?

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A BOOB.

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JOSH IS LITERALLY A BOOB.

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posted on 7/20/2014, with 176,783 notes (source: notmattsmith) — reblog

everybody should have this on their blog

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posted on 7/19/2014, with 54,621 notes (source: lawyerupasshole) — reblog
3,058,368 plays

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posted on 7/19/2014, with 499,542 notes (source: vinebox) — reblog