copperbooom:

Brett Hull about Pavel Datsyuk: “I remember we’d come to the bench and I would look like I’m mad and Pav would always look at me and go, ‘Brett, mad?’ and that was a lot of his first year what he would say and I would go, ‘No, I’m not mad.’” [x]

copperbooom:

Brett Hull about Pavel Datsyuk: “I remember we’d come to the bench and I would look like I’m mad and Pav would always look at me and go, ‘Brett, mad?’ and that was a lot of his first year what he would say and I would go, ‘No, I’m not mad.’” [x]

Just when you thought a cat intensely chasing a laser pointer couldn’t get anymore engrossing, along comes an adorable toddler trying to help the cat get that pesky red dot. Prepare for the implosion of the entire Internet.

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The human caretaker of the cat and child posted video of the encounter to YouTube. “His name is Phineas (2.5 years), the Cat is Muon (about 1 year),” the poster explained. “Phin had never seen the pointer before, and neither had Muon….My child and cat are on the same wavelength.”

(Source: jezebel.com)

(Source: pmpevato)

"There are accepted revolutions, revolutions which are called revolutions; there are refused revolutions, which are called riots."
— Les Miserables Volume 5, Book 1, Chapter 20 (via rrosejonathanselavy)

myregularface:

Henrik Zetterberg completes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

legalmexican:

FLAN

(Source: twitter.com)

just-tell-her-already:

Why is it just the same photo twice

(Source: shamolock)

slingyourhook:

girlswithclothesonbikes:

lunarobverse:

A brilliant metaphor

holy shit

A+ analogy

mightequinn:

chris evans ice bucket challenge!

THIS IS EVERYTHING I DREAMED AND SO MUCH MORE

(Source: spacehamsters)

americachavez:

he was so proud of the suit I’m not even mad he didn’t do it in a tight white t-shirt