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Ralph Fiennes as Gustave H in The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

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perbast:

Rin: imconfused, whats he doing? is he flying is he sliding?
Rin: taking baby tap dance steps

so i made this and its all rin’s fault

watCHA! CHA! HA! *tappa tappa*

ok i’m almost sorry about making this but also not

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Reblog if you love Star Trek or are secretly a tribble in disguise

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worfism:

GET TO KNOW ME: [4/6] FAVORITE MOVIES →  Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)

They like you very much, but they are not the hell your whales.

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top three Lee Pace characters | #1: Ned the Pie Maker (Pushing Daisies)

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inspirationwordslove:

The less you respond inspiration positive words

This is SO TRUE. Good words.

inspirationwordslove:

The less you respond inspiration positive words

This is SO TRUE. Good words.

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cassandraoftroy:

notthelittlesthobo:

I love the Pushing Daisies universe because it’s this beautiful little bright world where people live in windmills and keep bees and everyone’s jobs are things like lighthouse keeping, illusionists, and scratch-and-sniff book authors. But it’s teeming with cold-blooded murder.

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lostsplendor:

Iced coffee popsicle fractals are apparently a thing.

lostsplendor:

Iced coffee popsicle fractals are apparently a thing.

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13bryantchristop:

I liked Slodwick’s design for this Welcome to Night Vale board game so much that I decided to make a fully playable physical version with a box, tray, and three dimensional pieces. (The box is made of plywood covered in a faux leather vinyl and felt.)

I changed up a few things like the color of the money (matching traditional Monopoly colors except for the $500 bill which I made purple) and the obelisk/pyramid buildings. Since these would have been too difficult for me to make out of wood, I made the obelisks condos (black cubes) and changed the pyramids back to hotels (like those you’d find in an original Monopoly game). For the game tokens, I attached Slodwick’s images onto a piece of PVC pipe (spray painted black) on top of a piece of felt. I also designed and wrote up my own instruction book to match Monopoly rules more closely while still keeping some of Slodwick’s Night Vale flavor.

As a finishing touch, I etched a Night Vale eye out of a brass plate, spray painted it black, and sanded the raised surface, giving it an interesting aged look. Overall, I think the project turned out quite well.

Here are some more pictures I took of the project.

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