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brass-kicker:

OH MY GOD.

tonywda:

I think doing voice work for animation is probably acting in its purest, most ancient form. It’s a bit like the [ancient] Greek form of acting, where they had masks on. In our case, the mask is the animator’s drawings.

— James Earl Jones (The Making of “The Lion King”, 1994)

laugh-addict:

switching on your computer before you make yourself food so by the time you come back your computer is turned on and waiting for you like a naked lover

via laugh-addict!

8oo:

awesomephilia:

These two guys entered the metro from different stations and don’t even know each other. (via)

is that phineas and ferb

officialannakendrick:

keepingitupwiththekenways:

i scrolled down for an explanation there was none

nicholas cage does not need an explanation

thedreammaker:

i always forget guys have armpit hair so when they lift their arms up it always scares me it’s like BAM WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE

superblys:

itbewolf:

superblys:

Do you. bite your thumb. at us, sir? I do bite. my thumb, sir. DO YOU BITE YOUR THUMB AT US, SIR? Is the law of our side, if I say ay? No. NO, SIR, I DO NOT BITE MY THUMB AT YOU, SIR, BUT I BITE MY THUMB, SIR. DO YOU QUARREL, SIR?  QUARREL SIR!  NO, SIR.

Why does this have so many notes.

Do you know who William Shakespeare is