I accidentally logged on here…

Hello everyone; how have you been? 

Augh! I’m so sorry I haven’t been on here lately.

@___@ I’ve mostly been running the Cats blog I have.

I made another account, so I’ll be following all of you guys on that.

lydiduh:

Whyyy does this picture exist.
It’s not even in the movie, it’s just random in-character awesomeness. Look at them, trying to be badass.
Why isn’t this in the movie is this just how the actors spent their coffee breaks.

lydiduh:

Whyyy does this picture exist.

It’s not even in the movie, it’s just random in-character awesomeness. Look at them, trying to be badass.

Why isn’t this in the movie is this just how the actors spent their coffee breaks.

Today in 1930 Pluto was discovered as a planet. Lets give it up for Pluto. You’ll always be a planet in our hearts.

Kuzco is my favorite Disney Princess

Kuzco is also my favorite Disney Princess

Good dancer, best Disney Princess

Absolute best.

Kuzco is the sassiest Disney Princess.

Kuzco is the best Disney Princess.

Kuzco is the best Disney Princess.

Kuzco is the best Disney Princess.

And everyone thought we didn’t have a lesbian Disney Princess

Oh God he’s Tyra Banks. 

Oh God he’s Tyra Banks. 

He’s Tyra Banks.

Tyra Banks is the best Disney Princess

LORD BLESS THESE FUCKING COMMENTS

(via dextrosenigma)

Look at my horrid makeup job.I am now Mr.Mistoffelees.>u< 

Look at my horrid makeup job.

I am now Mr.Mistoffelees.

>u< 

life:

When John, Paul, George and Ringo first made it across the pond in  1964 to play before their adoring, screaming fans in the States —  including, famously, performances on The Ed Sullivan Show that  mark, for many people, the true beginning of rock and roll’s British  Invasion — LIFE photographers were able to get some shots of the lads  from Liverpool that capture their wry spirit, their charm, and their  youth. (Were they really ever that young?)
Here, then, a short, fond selection of pictures from 1964, when a  quartet of mop-topped Brits landed on America’s shores, plugged in their  amps, and changed the world forever.
Back in 1964 no one would be saying “Who is Paul McCartney?” Psh…

life:

When John, Paul, George and Ringo first made it across the pond in 1964 to play before their adoring, screaming fans in the States — including, famously, performances on The Ed Sullivan Show that mark, for many people, the true beginning of rock and roll’s British Invasion — LIFE photographers were able to get some shots of the lads from Liverpool that capture their wry spirit, their charm, and their youth. (Were they really ever that young?)

Here, then, a short, fond selection of pictures from 1964, when a quartet of mop-topped Brits landed on America’s shores, plugged in their amps, and changed the world forever.

Back in 1964 no one would be saying “Who is Paul McCartney?” Psh…

  • me at night: i don't want to sleep that's for the weak
  • me in the morning: oh bed i never want to leave you