I HOPE IT DOESN'T HURT WHEN YOU POOP IT OUT.
Brown rice is the devil.
unless you’re talking about cooking it sans rice cooker in which case carry on.
Nah, man, brown rice is trash all around. It don’t even taste like rice, it tastes like a hangover feels, and the texture is horrible. Cooking it is ass, and you can’t even tell when its done, it just look like it thought about being done and quit. Fuck that. Nah.
Grab the wall, gas pedal gas pedal
Guardians of the Galaxy looks so good.
my favorite band is the beatles. i also enjoy the taste of flour
Anthony Mackie Plays “Name That Superhero” With Queen Latifah
The love I have for Anthony Mackie…
As a college student you’re either struggling academically, financially, or emotionally. Or all three.
Raise your hand if you want Gokaigato to make a youtube channel and make a series of videos of everything wrong with every 2k12 TMNT episode in 10 minutes or less in his amazing anime voice.
actually that’s pretty tempting. that would take the tmnt fandom tears to a whole new level.
you can do the occasional mavby power hour w ME
Here’s the first time She-Hulk broke the fourth wall.
I’m always amused when I hear fanboys — and I’ve heard this more than once — gush about how great Deadpool is because he’s the “only” or even the “first” Marvel character to know he’s in a comic book and break the fourth wall.
She-Hulk was breaking the fourth wall literally 10 years earlier than Deadpool, you guys. John Byrne wrote an entire series based on this satirical conceit. It was called The Sensational She-Hulk and it ran for 60 issues (1989-1994). The series is full of cheescakey art, but it also tries to have it both ways by having She-Hulk subvert and protest against her portrayal as a sex object. She often goes so far as to yell at the writer and editor of her own book, sometimes “tearing” through the comic book page itself.
She-Hulk also broke the fourth wall during her brief time in Heroes For Hire in the ’90s. She hasn’t done it since then, although Dan Slott’s run on She-Hulk in the early 2000s heavily hinted at it.
—Images from Sensational She-Hulk #1 (1989) by John Byrne