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May 19 2018

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moxperidot:

slimy:

mygoodbabushka:

In 1930, Helene Adelaide Shelby patented an apparatus for obtaining criminal confessions.  The police put the suspect into a darkened chamber where they are confronted by a human skeleton with glowing red eyes that questions them with a voice transmitted from the interrogator behind it, through a megaphone in its mouth. A camera concealed in the skull was to record the confessions

WHAT

C O N F E S S

Y O U R S I N S

T O T H E

S K E L E T O N

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candyskiller:

anditwasjustathought:

vjatoch:

Pearl

This is absolutely GORGEOUS, I’ve never seen realistic art of any of the gems where they still look so alien!

OMG, the texture on her dress and her slippers 

May 18 2018

cupcakeshakesnake:

alias-milamber:

insomniac-arrest:

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tumblr: on languages

The thai for “5″ is pronounced roughly “Ha”, and so where english internets would generally put “lol” or something, they put “555555555″.

I was looking for this post for so long

Finally it has returned

bryguy142:

just-shower-thoughts:

100 years ago everyone owned a horse and only the rich had cars. Today everyone has cars and only the rich own horses.

The stables have turned

cisphobiccommunistopinions:

congruentepitheton:

Small town culture is knowing that there are Old Folks with strange nicknames but never knowing the stories behind them.

Of course, I made the mistake of asking why everyone calls this one guy Brickaday and it turns out that he worked at a brickyard for 40 years, stealing exactly one brick every day and making no particular efforts to conceal the theft. Nobody thought anything of it until years later he was discovered to have built three houses.

His boss is said to have shrugged and made some remarks about the importance of coming up with a plan and sticking to it.

I‘m trying to arrange my face into an appropriate approximation of silent bafflement and failing miserably.

i appreciate brickaday

runicbinary:

jimkerk:

crisisoninfintefandoms:

jimkerk:

the least realistic thing about star trek is that starfleet uniforms don’t have pockets and nobody complains about it

My instinct is to agree with this, but like, when I really think about it…

No money, no credit cards, identification is all vocal/fingerprints/retinal, so no wallet.

Again, doors are voice activated, or just unlocked by entering a code.  No keys.  

Communication devices are tiny and stick onto clothing starting in Next Gen.  TOS had bulkier communication that they carried around or kept in, like, packs and stuff, so the arguments for pockets is a little more valid, and if I remember correctly, those costumes did have pockets, tho I could be wrong about that.  But anything post TNG, the point is moot anyway.

Tricorders and phasers are really the only thing anyone’s carrying around, and that’s usually on away missions where they’d be bring their packs/holsters or just have them out.  I mean, who wants to stick a phaser in their pocket?  

So, yeah.  There’s not much little stuff people need to carry around everywhere.  And if they are preparing for a longer journey or want to bring bulkier things, well…just bring a bag.  It fits more anyway.    

what if i find a cool rock and want to take it home with me

Every time a member of the USS Enterprise has found a cool rock and taken it home, it has resulted in eleven deaths, six temporal displacements, the holodecks breaking again, and somebody getting turned into a lizard. Pockets are a privilege, not a right.

bramblepatch:

garashirs:

garashirs:

honestly the funniest thing about the lord of the rings is how gandalf is literally a minor god sent to middle-earth by The Big Man Himself and yet literally nobody apart from the elves seems to recognise this or take him seriously

like yeah gandalf is pretty grumpy most of the time but how would YOU feel if you were the fantasy equivalent of an angel and a bunch of people who only come up to your knee were just like “oh fuck it’s that spooky old wizard” every time you showed up for a friend’s birthday party

I mean to be fair, he seems to actively enjoy the hobbits’ complete lack of awe, because what Gandalf loves most about hobbits is that they as a culture are 1000% unimpressed by any of the mythic-scale bullshit constantly going on right outside their borders. The thing Gandalf loves second-most about hobbits is their weed.

What gets on his nerves is the rest of the free peoples of middle earth, for whom he is constantly busting his ass and who consistently respond to his attempts to help with “why don’t you ever have any good news?” and also who don’t offer him any weed.

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baelor:

coffeandspacerocks:

Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

thor wasn’t asking

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cutlerish:

cirquedurartastic:

mathcat345:

imathers:

miraculer:

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#banned banned all of you are banned#none of you are without sin

I apologize; feel free to scroll past this, but some of these were new to me and did make me laugh.

Yes. Good.

Punderful.

crab-nebula:

druganaut:

snommelp:

becausedragonage:

snommelp:

pochowek:

every culture has a little dish that just translates to “we threw everything into that fucking pot we’re poor”

Funny enough, shrimp and grits used to be that dish, and then folks who live far from the ocean decided that shrimp was a delicacy and should be expensive and now shrimp and grits isn’t that dish any more.

Same with lobsters here. They used to be poor people’s food. People would till them into the soil for fertilizer. Not anymore.

Yup. Lobster used to be considered just a half a step above cockroaches. People facing execution would request as their last meal “anything but f***ing lobster.” But it cost money to get it inland, and rich people who didn’t live on the shore decided that it must be fancy because of the cost, and now even people living in historic lobster-fishing areas can’t always afford it.

Capitalism Ruined Good Food: A MasterPost.

Capitalism can’t take away my baked beans and hotdogs, or as my mother so eloquently called it “poverty stew”

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litaxpita:

moniquill:

bearhatalice:

necturusmaculosus:

busket:

stunningpicture:

Perfectly timed wedding photo

so she’s marrying a shark in disguise right

when will my reflection show

who i am

inside

Nobody suspects a thing

Ok sso I wanted to reply to this with a screencap of an erotic wereshark novel because I knew that one had to exist.

The problem I had wasn’t finding one.

It was finding that there are TOO MANY TO CHOOSE FROM.

The Shape of Water (2017)

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rincon-alemint:

NO, IT’S JUST A THOUGHT

May 17 2018

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ewzzy:

Nancy Whitehead is the coolest character in comics. I know it. Loki knows it. Now you know it.

May 16 2018

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ira-20:

Seems like our plague boi got a rewrite. Since most of the people didn’t like the Keter scp-049 they probally decided to change him back to Euclid. But now he got more emotion! Yay! ヽ(゚∀゚)ノ

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everybodyilovedies:

Captain America: The Fighting Avenger answers the real questions for you this 4th of July.

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rosearr0w:

If you haven’t checked out the amazing indie game Celeste yet you really should look into it!! The story is inspiring and the gameplay is really well designed! I’ll definitely come back to this game in the future as I do every so often with my other favorite indies!🍓💕🏔

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