Damn right they did! And I’m fragging proud too!
This goes for any series.
in a lot of ways it did ♥︎
You have no idea
I always laugh so damn hard at this. If I keep on laughing this hard I’ll probably break a rib. I love this post.
I don’t like sports, but the Bearcats are my new favorite team.
I love how it gets more elaborate each time. These boys are thinking this through.
This is my favorite post of all time
How Many Transformers Fangirls are here? I wanna prove that Transformers isn’t just for guys.
The cat’s like “What the hell do with this thing” writin on its face.
Cat doesn’t know what to do with the butterfly that flew on its paw.
I can’t breathe I’m laughing too hard
Imagine your favourite robot walks in when you are playing Super Mario. They get really pissed because they keep on jumping (really high) when they hear the jumping sound effect by the game. They start raging but are interrupted by the bloody jumping sounds which makes them jump on reflex. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGcfGcM1skY
I’m prouder of this than I should be
The Royal Portuguese Cabinet of Reading - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rising three-stories above the central study area on each wall, the book collection contained in the Royal Portuguese Cabinet of Reading has created one of the most stunning examples of “library porn” on the planet as well as showing the history and breadth of writing that has come out of Portugal.
The doors of this massive library were opened in 1900, bringing a nearly endless collection of Portuguese texts to readers in the capitol of the empire. The cabinet was founded in the early 1800’s by a trio of Portuguese immigrants who wanted to bring their country’s culture to the Brazilian capitol. The collection’s current home was built in the 1880’s specifically to house their growing collection, and was designed to evoke a Gothic-Renaissance influence that was popular at the time. At 350,000 titles, the collection soon became the largest collection of Portuguese works outside of Portugal itself including rare original manuscripts, singular works of literature, and unique proofs.