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October 30 2017

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justin-taylor:

Stranger Things season 2, a summary: Steve Harrington is a dad™

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ruinedchildhood:

Netflix: 

Me: 

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reinhart-jones:

Me after finishing season 2 and not knowing what to do with myself

October 29 2017

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bob-belcher:

stranger things season 2 in a nutshell

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hurleyquinn:

daggerdykes:

*80s pop playing as I lay dead in the middle of the woods*

I love Stranger Things

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October 27 2017

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wonderweird:

mrhaliboot:

bootymax:

andyjwest:

First look at what Dash’s hair might look like in Incredibles 2.

what the fuck

This is giving me an intense emotion that I can’t quite understand

They’re doing the same thing they did when promoting the first film!

I remember seeing this bit of hair testing animation EVERYWHERE when they were talking about the technology of making the first film. They were so proud of it, and rightfully so! So it’s looking like they’re doing the same thing again with showing off this hair lighting.

18:18

asilversnake:

me at this point of the year, reacting to any bad news

October 26 2017

03:00

twofingerswhiskey:

falling-towers:

mindfulwrath:

honestly “i’ll do whatever you want” “then perish” is the single most powerful exchange possible in the english language and it’s from some bizarre “hewwo” obama rp

And there was that other post where someone dreamt that Obama said “violence for violence is the rule of beasts” like what is it about Obama that makes people come up with such raw fucking dialogue for him

my mother had a dream where he lived in the forest and she had a cigarette with him and he said “to become god is the loneliest achievement of them all” and put it out and walked into the mist and i’ve never fucking forgotten that

02:59

studyblr:

you’re working in a field you genuinely enjoy. you have supportive, loving friends. you follow your passions, you’re fluent in your target languages. the 12 new books you ordered will arrive soon. your flat is cozy, decorated with plants and fairy lights. you’re happy. this might seem like some fantasty, but i know this will happen. i believe in you, and you should as well.

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coolbreathofashes:

blackx-cellence:

​it was nearly 100 degrees outside today in Florida and this old white lady was standing alone on the corner holding this sign.

Bless her old soul, that is love.

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qoa:

this is the fall 2017 mood

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chingizhobbes:

my friends found this sleeping cat in istanbul and dressed her up.

October 24 2017

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narkito:

cat–77:

toloveviceforitself:

onewit-torulethem-all:

prokopetz:

toloveviceforitself:

prokopetz:

andersonsallpurpose:

prokopetz:

moonbelowsea:

prokopetz:

If you ever feel like you must be the most unobservant person in the world, remember: I once spent half a year failing to notice that my new favourite restaurant was a money-laundering front for the Ukrainian mafia.

(I didn’t think anything of it at the time, but in retrospect, the fact that it was always dead no matter the time of day - I think the busiest I ever saw it was five people, myself included - well, that should have been a tipoff. Also, the waitstaff kept calling me “Mr. Prokopetz”, which I had assumed was just part of the restaurant’s gimmick, but given that “Prokopetz” is a Ukrainian surname, I’m now force to wonder whether they’d thought I was, you know, in the business. I just liked the pierogi!)

What I need to know is how on earth did OP finally realize his favorite restaurant was a money-laundering front for the mafia.

I’d like to say I put together the clues, but in reality, I just showed up one day to find that the place had been indefinitely shut down, and later learned it was because the managers had all been arrested.

What I really want to know is how good the food was?

Excellent, if your tastes run to the “heavy cream and too much garlic” end of the spectrum.

Every crime front I’ve ever eaten at has had completely amazing food, honestly. I am pretty convinced that if you want to open a front, you don’t choose “restaurant” as your front-business unless you have a relative who loves to cook.

It tickles me that this is evidently a sufficiently common experience that people find it relatable. (Seriously, check the notes!) We should write reviews or something.

did I just read the line “every crime front I’ve ever eaten at” with my own two eyes

Look, I went to college and lived my early adulthood in a town whose entire thing was import/export, and we had a lot of restaurants that were suspiciously empty except when they were closed and filled with very serious men in nice clothes.


They were usually run by someone who was about the right age to be some adult’s parents or grandparents, and in the case of the two Korean restaurants matching this description, they didn’t speak English. Universally though, they were very pleased to see customers, very proud of their cooking, and very very interested in keeping us far away from the aforementioned serious men in nice clothes. And despite having huge dining rooms and never having more than a couple customers, they never went out of business.


Also, because I am very, very stupid and sometimes don’t think before I talk, I once said loudly, over the phone, while sitting in one of these places, “Hey! Yeah if you want to meet us, we’re eating at [place]. You know…[place]? You totally know it. The Front, on Warwick st!”


The looks I got from every single employee were amazing and then I left.

We had a corner store/deli-place near our apartment in college. Everyone knew they were in on something and no one cared because they looked out for their customers and their neighborhood as a whole.

They started stocking my favorites because I mentioned them within hearing range once, would tell their “vendors” to move out of the way if we stopped in. I walked a different route home and got harassed one night and they asked after me. When they found out what happened, they declared “Consider it taken care of, you should never be afraid around here.” Never happened again.

Everyone needs their friendly neighborhood crime lord.

Everyone needs their friendly neighborhood crime lord.

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bluevneckjack:

ex0rdiium:

fosteringmeyer:

Taken with my iPhone.

holy shit that’s insane

shark boy and lava girl

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swdyww:

This is so fucking funny

October 22 2017

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theshitneyspears:

I love listening to Bible verses.

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