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saraoverlandfrost:

They’ve finally figured out their real target demographic. 
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This is the best thing ever

pthalocyanine:

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also the fattest hedgehog ever

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(Source: Mashable, via theflawstobeingcrazy)

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odairible:

platoon-of-monkeys:

bowiemywife:

wildeaboutoscar:

bastardlybrendan:

miarosagreen:

youknowyourebritishwhen:

The Definitive Stereotype Map Of Britain And Ireland

HA I’m where the gay people and pensioners are. SO accurate 

"Bit Scary""Mostly Bogs"Superb. Absolutely superb.

"Nervous sheep" and "shit cats" are my fav.

I live where the space-time rift is. Oh yes.

Zone of north/midlands confusion… this is an argument I have every week so that’s pretty accurate!

Oxford , Posh people? yes that sounds about right
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hopefully-happy:

but-the-universe-doesnt-agree:

nutmuffin00:

Greatest plot twist to Monster’s Inc.

oh my god you know what i just realized? all of the doors in monster’s inc. are “bigger on the inside”. so if any of the monsters went through this door they wouldn’t think anything of it. and the doctor would be standing there, smiling, waiting for them to say it, but of course it would make no difference to them.