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Creators VS Voice Actors Friday after 9:30pm EST

@cursetale @blesstale and @rsfoster the comic creators
@spikeybelmont (voice of Dre) @ehhhh-why-not-voices (voice of Zunde) and @that-cosplay-sans (voice of regular Sans) the voice actors

Come watch it on Picarto I’ll be hosting the games, but it WILL BE SET AS NSFW SINCE THIS WILL BE LIVE and anything could happen:

i’m sure vampires can experience the discomfort of having something stuck in your teeth too 👀


In Chains Darling

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  • Daz: Sir Crocodile had his seventh epiphany today, which has given me an epiphany of my own: Sir Crocodile is a genius. He has to be. If he isn't, then I've given almost two years of life to an idiot; that is unacceptable. Therefore, Sir Crocodile is a genius, and I will die protecting his vision.
  • Zoro: Are you by any chance familiar with Stockholm syndrome?
  • Daz: Is it something that Sir Crocodile created? Because if not, I don't care.

Its been said that if Hater went good, Peepers would go good too because he’s so loyal and knows he and Hater are better together. And I’ve always wondered how that conversation would go between Hater and Peepers. This is how I picture it: Peepers: sir, I’ve created some new plans for concurring planets, would you like to go over them? Hater: actually… I was thinking about quitting evil… And going good… Peepers:… Hater: Peepers?…C peeps? Peepers:

Originally posted by greenberri

“Banking was conceived in iniquity and was born in sin. The Bankers own the Earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create deposits, and with the flick of a pen they will create enough deposits to buy it back again. However, take it away from them, and all the fortunes like mine will disappear, and they ought to disappear, for this world would be a happier and better world to live in. But if you wish to remain slaves of the Bankers and pay for the cost of your own slavery, let them continue to create deposits.”
Sir Josiah Stamp, President of the Bank of England in the 1920s, the second richest man in Britain


      There’s this assassin, a Russian, she’s causing us a lot of grief. She’s fast, she’s discreet and       she’s skilled. She’s a problem. I need her gone.

- Nothing I can’t handle, sir.

       Budapest; created by mcckingbirds

Las Pozas is a surrealist garden created by Sir Edward James, a British poet and major supporter of the Surrealist art movement. In 1949 James chose the tropical jungles near Xilitla, San Luis Potosí in Mexico for his garden of Eden.


Brad Hill (Sir Create) - Horror Theme

01. MacReady and Norris (The Thing), 02. A Dull Boy (The Shining), 03. The Brother (Texas Chainsaw Massacre), & 04. The Barn (Walking Dead).

When people hate on the grandaddy maxon post without seeing the explanation:

Originally posted by gifsnthangs


“Sir. Tutto bene?”

“Sì Lloyd. Solo un po’ di malinconia, niente di grave”
“È perché sta guardando le nuvole, sir…”
“Dici Lloyd?”
“Certo sir. Le nuvole sono create dal respiro del mare e dai sospiri degli uomini. E sia uno, che gli altri, sono ricolmi di storie“
“E questo cosa c’entra con la malinconia, Lloyd?”
“Può capitare sir che ogni tanto si riconosca in una nuvola qualcosa che si pensava di aver affidato al vento"
“Ed è una cosa che succede per caso Lloyd?”
“Chi guarda il cielo cerca sempre qualcosa, sir. Quindi trovarci qualcosa non è mai un caso, ma sempre una fortuna"
“Grazie Lloyd”
“Prego sir”

George Harrison in the gardens at Friar Park, screen capped from the Brainwashed EPK.

“Though he loved architecture, George [Harrison] told Olivia he was happy to live in one room of the mansion and take on what he needed when he needed it. Originally, he intended to go about the garden in the same way, but gardens have a way of snagging you and not letting you go. By the time Olivia arrived [at Friar Park] in 1974, he had already developed what was the beginning of a life-long passion. He started by fixing the fountain up by the house, the lawns were mown, the ivy cleared and, fittingly, he put two goats on the Matterhorn to clear the brambles. One day he lowered himself on a rope into one of the subterranean caverns under the lakes only to find the incredible remains of the waterways and grotto that [Sir Frank] Crisp had created there. The grand project had found a new custodian.

‘We never set out to make the garden a restoration, we were just doing it for the joy of it,’ Olivia said of the process of unveiling the grounds. 'You don’t have to know anything or everything to make a garden and George set out quite independently to do it his own way. “It’s amateur hour” was a mantra and clearing away the dark Victorian palette of laurel and yew and overgrown box was key to being able to move the garden forward.’

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