Tell me what to say and I will say it to you.

 

dreamychocolateprincess:

schaloime:

More cosplay pictures! D:

At the Frankfurt Bookfair I had a few minutes to take some pictures of my Handsome Jack [Pre-Sequel] cosplay.
Photos taken by the awesome VW! Thank you, Valentin! :)

(The costume is still unfinished tho… |D)

i can’t tell which lines are real

cracked:

Instead of countless throwaway Bond girls, we almost had one girl Bond.
4 Pop Culture Icons… Who Were Originally Meant to be Women

#3. James Bond
In 1955, Gregory Ratoff optioned the rights to Ian Fleming’s Casino Royale, hoping to turn it into a hit action movie about a suave British intelligence agent. But after carefully studying the book, which he probably should’ve done before shelling out money for it, Ratoff found Bond’s character incredibly unbelievable and “kind of stupid.” Those were actually the exact words of Lorenzo Semple Jr., who was hired as the movie’s screenwriter, and who also kind of had a point. Think about it; if you’d never heard of James Bond, would you ever buy the idea of an internationally-recognized spy whose entire personality consisted of killing people and ejaculating, probably often at the same time?
That’s why, at one point, Ratoff and Semple seriously considered making their James Bond a woman — Jane Bond. They even went as far as choosing an actress to play her: famed starlet Susan Hayward, who, according to Ratoff, owed the producer a favor and would totally be up for the role.

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cracked:

Instead of countless throwaway Bond girls, we almost had one girl Bond.

4 Pop Culture Icons… Who Were Originally Meant to be Women

#3. James Bond

In 1955, Gregory Ratoff optioned the rights to Ian Fleming’s Casino Royale, hoping to turn it into a hit action movie about a suave British intelligence agent. But after carefully studying the book, which he probably should’ve done before shelling out money for it, Ratoff found Bond’s character incredibly unbelievable and “kind of stupid.” Those were actually the exact words of Lorenzo Semple Jr., who was hired as the movie’s screenwriter, and who also kind of had a point. Think about it; if you’d never heard of James Bond, would you ever buy the idea of an internationally-recognized spy whose entire personality consisted of killing people and ejaculating, probably often at the same time?

That’s why, at one point, Ratoff and Semple seriously considered making their James Bond a woman — Jane Bond. They even went as far as choosing an actress to play her: famed starlet Susan Hayward, who, according to Ratoff, owed the producer a favor and would totally be up for the role.

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magnificenttitanic:

Many people mistake that certain piece of wood for a door. Some people know it’s not a door, but don’t know what it actually is. This should clear things up.

emilysidhe:

Apparently last time I did this puzzle, I put it back in the wrong box somehow. I hope the whale puzzle is in the dolphin puzzle’s box.

I’m, like, 90% sure I have this puzzle, too. O_o Watch me go find it and find a whale puzzle in there.

emilysidhe:

Apparently last time I did this puzzle, I put it back in the wrong box somehow. I hope the whale puzzle is in the dolphin puzzle’s box.

I’m, like, 90% sure I have this puzzle, too. O_o Watch me go find it and find a whale puzzle in there.

cracked:

Some weird jobs are surprising. And some are so surprising, you didn’t even know they exist.
5 Things I Learned Selling My Used Panties Online

#5. There is an eBay for Dirty Panties
Like most stories involving the exchange of used undergarments for cash, it started on the Internet. I was browsing Reddit one day and came across a subreddit called “/r/pantyselling.” I figured that as long as I could do it anonymously, what would it hurt to try? I took two or three photos and made a $75 sale in one hour. That’s more money than I’d make working an entire shift at my day job. I suddenly found myself at a crossroads, where my options were “eliminate what little remains of my free time and double the stress in my life” or “mail my panties to strangers on the Internet when I was done wearing them.”
It was not a difficult decision.

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Looks like I just found my calling.

cracked:

Some weird jobs are surprising. And some are so surprising, you didn’t even know they exist.

5 Things I Learned Selling My Used Panties Online

#5. There is an eBay for Dirty Panties

Like most stories involving the exchange of used undergarments for cash, it started on the Internet. I was browsing Reddit one day and came across a subreddit called “/r/pantyselling.” I figured that as long as I could do it anonymously, what would it hurt to try? I took two or three photos and made a $75 sale in one hour. That’s more money than I’d make working an entire shift at my day job. I suddenly found myself at a crossroads, where my options were “eliminate what little remains of my free time and double the stress in my life” or “mail my panties to strangers on the Internet when I was done wearing them.”

It was not a difficult decision.

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Looks like I just found my calling.

emilysidhe:

buffchickpea:

women did not shave their armpits until 1920s and their legs until 1943 and both were the direct result of razor companies producing pictures of hairless women to sell razors.

please stop putting hairless women in historic movies just bc OH NO MEN MIGHT NOT GET A BONER WATCHING OUR MOVIE WE CANT HAVE THAT

I’ve always wondered why you never see body hair in classic nude paintings.  We know that women then didn’t shave. 

Did artist’s models shave?  Did the artists edit the hair out?  Was it because they considered it aesthetically unappealing or was body hair seen as too sensual to put in a painting?

I bet they just didn’t feel like putting forth the effort to paint on body hair. Like ‘ugh, I’d have to get the little brush and it’s all the way over there. *half-hearted reaching*’

Or they were just copying the smoothness of the old marbles. Not a lot of pelt on sculptures.