lets not and say we did

I eat waffles sometimes.

  • british: american people are so annoying
  • chinese: american people are so annoying
  • mexicans: american people are so annoying
  • french: american people are so annoying
  • americans: we are so annoying
  • canadians: I fucking love maple syrup
  • australians: we can do your accent but none of you assholes can do ours AHAHAHAHA

pirouettesintopurgatory:

todayiwrotenothing:

I don’t know about other English-speaking cultures, but in Britain thick means dim, slow, a bit stupid. So I quite like the fact that the video for Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines features his surname as a hashtag in giant red letters. It’s like he’s misspelling an insult to himself. Flashing up #THICKE on the screen, he might as well include #STUPIDE #MORONE #IDIOTE #BRAINLESSE WANKERE

I READ ALL OVER THOSE WORDS IN A FRENCH ACCENT

(via donna-freaking-noble)

lesphantomoffleetstreet:

"People in musicals sing too much"

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"Boys who like musicals must be gay"

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"Musicals are repetitive"

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"Musicals last way too long"

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"Musicals are WAY too cheesy"

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"Musicals are just boring"

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"Musicals are childish"

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"People who like musicals are just sad lonely losers, and—"

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(via donna-freaking-noble)