Sometimes quiet is violent

A blog of the things I love most, from books and artists to songs and movies, with some bad puns on the side.
Daughter

—Lifeforms

indaymusic:

Lifeforms | Daughter

You can try to forget
But I won’t let you easy

Anonymous asked: How much would it cost to see your' tits?

itsrebeccablack:

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha u dick

bravedad:

i wonder how many people i’m in the “i’d be down if you asked” zone with

(via aplacefrmyhead)

rneerkat:

thisisnotlogansblog:

rneerkat:

rneerkat:

is there a month between april and june? 

may be

you can’t answer your own jokes

“why did the chicken cross the road?” “why” “sorry cant answer my own jokes ur gonna have to find the solution yourself”

(via paranormaljews)

For Jesse (and the audience) the spider is obviously an harbinger of the grim reaper … after all, we first saw it when Todd shot the little boy Drew in cold blood, also out in the desert. But spiders eat flies, which also represent death, or a preoccupation with death. Considering all the mythology around the arachnoids and their webs, could the return of the fuzzy desert spider be seen as another kind of sign?

This is one of those rare moments when the symbolism in Breaking Bad is a bit too heavy-handed. We get it: Jesse is thinking about the things that brought him there, including Drew Sharp, whose death was signaled by the tarantula, etc. Not just death, it represents slow, creeping death, and by extension the creeping guilt associated with the deaths Jesse feels responsible for.

But there is something interesting in the fact that it isn’t just any spider, but specifically a tarantula. Spiders are predators, and by this point Jesse, who pretty much believes he has come there to die, is thinking of Walt as a predator. But if Walt pictured himself as a spider, it wouldn’t be as a tarantula. Walt thinks of himself as an operator, sitting in the center of his web, marshaling every resource to achieve total control. Tarantulas don’t spin webs, though–for Jesse, things are much more straightforward. He’s not thinking of systems, of multiple events conspiring against him. He’s thinking in stark terms of right and wrong, of guilt and damnation. Walt, thinking of webs, totally misunderstands Jesse’s desperation as paranoia, and offers him an escape from the system. But all Jesse wants is absolution. And it is a very small step from there to wanting revenge. [x]

(Source: jessepinkmanist, via bryancranstoned)

billykaploser:

tumblr is currently a place for people not at comic-con to sit and wait for pictures of comic-con to be posted. then cry about how we are not at comic-con.  

(via you-had-me-at-bacon)

"I love that show. I think Carver was the very first lead character I voiced in an ongoing animated series. It was also just a great group of people: Doug Langdale - the guy who wrote it - he… he had a concept. He had an idea to sell to the network, but he also had his own concept. All the characters had types that you could put on paper, but that’s not the story he was telling. It was a reflection of his childhood, so he was writing people, not types. And it was a fantastic cast: Kath Soucie, Grey DeLisle and Jason Marsden…they are all not only incredibly talented, but so nice, it was just always such a joy. That was a fantastic show. Weekenders was so much fun.

- Phil LaMarr

(Source: disneystheweekenders)