by josiah

Seriously? Again?


You’re a (evil elf) Merman. It’s literally impossible for you to drown. 

You’re a disgrace to the Merpeople. Shame on you.


If he pretended to drown on purpose just so others would suffer I might give him a few extra ounces of respect. 

But he still deserves that fried fish stick smell from his tan. Such dastardly deeds should not go unpunished. There are others far more deserving of rescue than fried filet o’ fish such as he. 

sex draculas
Justin, Travis and Griffin McElroy
sex draculas

yahoo answers user vicki asks: could someone pretty please write a vampire story please? start in a dark forest at midnight and there is a girl named elena who gets hypnotized and bitten by a vampire named josiah. i want eye contact hypnosis please!

mbmbam episode 228: sex draculas, aka, the boys write erotic vampire fiction

Mari was finally able to get back to work after being interrupted when she saw another person was close to drowning.

But this time it wasn’t going as smoothly.

She had to work hard to save his life.

With relief, Mari noted that the man she was trying to save was slowly starting to recover.

And I got my squee moment :D

This is the first time they met so I was hoping they would get along.


Attendees from across the country descended on the nation’s capital to speak up for science.

The March for Science unfolded on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, and in multiple cities around the world. Coinciding with Earth Day, the event drew researchers, educators and scientifically-minded people.

The event kicked off with open teaching sessions on the Mall, followed by a rally near the Washington Monument, and then a march that traveled to the U.S. Capitol building.

NPR spoke to some of the participants about why they decided to attend the March for Science.

PHOTOS: Scientists Take To Washington To Stress A Nonpartisan Agenda

Photos: Meredith Rizzo/NPR