Yeah, Yeah. Shut Up Elf.

Twin Signal (1996)

preteenager:

moistchunkyslurp:

URGENT MESSAGE: Watch this. 

so THIS is that swimming anime thing everyone was talking about in 2012

image

bigbardafree:

bentfire:

someone explain to me what the fuck i just watched

one of the greatest scenes ever put on film

babblingfishes:

steampoweredcupcake:

baronessvonbullshit:

awkwardstandinglewiskennedy:

offworldcolonies:

Man the 90’s were weird.

Its like we got all this new technology and didnt know what to do with it.

the war on drugs has failed.

was i the only one who thought that your head would actually turn into fruit if you ate one because i did and me and a friend got some and we each ate one and then i looked at her and lied and screamed that she looked just like a watermelon and she started crying

You what

babblingfishes:

steampoweredcupcake:

baronessvonbullshit:

awkwardstandinglewiskennedy:

offworldcolonies:

Man the 90’s were weird.

Its like we got all this new technology and didnt know what to do with it.

the war on drugs has failed.

was i the only one who thought that your head would actually turn into fruit if you ate one because i did and me and a friend got some and we each ate one and then i looked at her and lied and screamed that she looked just like a watermelon and she started crying

You what

Nostalgia is a
dirty liar
that insists things
were better
than they seemed.
Michelle K., I Can’t Stop Questioning It.  (via fuckingcamilla)

walkwthoutrhythm:

May I never forget the wonderful re-subbing of this song we got at the AUSAM anime club.  We had the best nonsense.

Because I need to save the stupid stuff osheamobile, littlegreyduck, and I were discussing this morning. Because Pogs.

April 4, 2001 [wiki]

Yatta!" is a 2001 parody song by a fictional Japanese boy band called Green Leaves (はっぱ隊 Happa-tai). The one word in the song title, yatta, is the past tense of the Japanese verb yaru (“to do”), an exclamation meaning “It’s done!”, “I did it!”, “Ready!” or “All right!” The song was first performed as a sketch on the Japanese sketch comedy show Adventures of a Laughing Dog (笑う犬の冒険 Warau Inu no Bōken), known as Silly Go Lucky in the United States, where Happa-tai is portrayed by some of Japan’s most well-known comedians.

daisyrazor:

introspectivenavelgazer:

linguini17:

fashiondisastercecil:

awkwardpandalalala:

wookieeoftheyear:

joellamarano:

sirstanleymarsh:

celynbrum:

The Badger Song (aka a meme so ancient a good chunk of you are about to just be baffled)

you don’t understand, children. this was leagues before youtube even existed.

praise the holy ebaumsworld

Still catchy as fuck

I feel old now.

badgerbadgerbadger dot com

never forget

Do any of you happen to know where I can find lions?

ONLY IN KENYA!

EARWORMED, GODDAMNIT.

originally published 2 September 2003