JP is MakeItHappenDay

My car

radwhitekid:

After taking a selfie

radwhitekid:

After taking a selfie

werewolfzero:

How many Hogwarts boys do you think Madam Pomfrey has to fix every year because they messed up trying to cast an Engorgio on their dicks

engorgiodicks.com wizard porn

fyeahlilbit3point0:

Who wore it better?

continuants:

kenyatta:

benfoldsone:

immediately

eight years from now you will all feel nostalgic for rebecca black. this is a scientismc fact.
also i’m framing this youtube thumbnail of mikerugnetta

excellent thumbnail also never

someone get this man a none pizza left beef

continuants:

kenyatta:

benfoldsone:

immediately

eight years from now you will all feel nostalgic for rebecca black. this is a scientismc fact.

also i’m framing this youtube thumbnail of mikerugnetta

excellent thumbnail also never

someone get this man a none pizza left beef

paperandparticles:

joshpeck:

thesylverlining:

what happened in roughly 1870 though
why was there temporary internet
with a few people searching for pokemon?



So, me being me, I couldn’t let this stand unexplained and looked into the data on Google Books. The one 19th century citation for “Pokemon” appears to be A Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology, and Geography Based on the Larger Dictionaries by the English lexicographer Sir William Smith. Was he a Time Lord, perhaps an alias of The Doctor? Sorry, but no. It turns out that this was just a simple OCR error in scanning. Google’s optical character recognition just misinterpreted the name of Polemon, a Roman client king who governed part of Greek Anatolia in the 1st century BCE, as Pokemon. A mere one letter, but what a world of difference!

paperandparticles:

joshpeck:

thesylverlining:

what happened in roughly 1870 though

why was there temporary internet

with a few people searching for pokemon?

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So, me being me, I couldn’t let this stand unexplained and looked into the data on Google Books. The one 19th century citation for “Pokemon” appears to be A Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology, and Geography Based on the Larger Dictionaries by the English lexicographer Sir William Smith

Was he a Time Lord, perhaps an alias of The Doctor? Sorry, but no. It turns out that this was just a simple OCR error in scanning. Google’s optical character recognition just misinterpreted the name of Polemon, a Roman client king who governed part of Greek Anatolia in the 1st century BCE, as Pokemon. A mere one letter, but what a world of difference!

RIP Amy Winehouse, 3 years today.

RIP Amy Winehouse 3 years today.

RIP Amy Winehouse, 3 years today.

salvadordali-art:

The Triangular Hour, 1933
Salvador Dali 

salvadordali-art:

The Triangular Hour, 1933

Salvador Dali 

RIP Amy Winehouse, 3 years today.

RIP Amy Winehouse 3 years today.

RIP Amy Winehouse, 3 years today.

RIP Amy Winehouse, 3 years today.

RIP Amy Winehouse 3 years today.