1. oldschooliscool:

    crazyforcars:

    Stunning Rolls-Royce Phantom III, supposedly with Thrupp and Maberly coachwork, but I just don’t think anything was this smooth and sleek in 1937… I wonder if it hasn’t been massaged by a modern coach builder?

    Stunning nonetheless, with disappearing top, fold-down windshield, and inset-continental spare.

    Quite sporty for a British coach builder.  Most Thrupp & Maberly bodies that I’ve seen are a bit stodgy, in the delightful British way, of course. 

  1. suleikazuleika:

dykedomme:

This is what happens when you try to bully the city I love. 

    suleikazuleika:

    dykedomme:

    This is what happens when you try to bully the city I love. 

  1. garfieldminusgarfield:

G-G the book - G-G on Facebook - G-G on Twitter
  1. lilylilymine:

    scienceofsarcasm:

    Evening Post: August 12, 1899.
    "She immediately alighted, caught hold of the astonished youth, and gave him a sound thrashing, using her fists in a scientific fashion…”

    I would love to know what this means.

    I’m sure she’s in heaven punching the angels now.

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  1. ifunnyws:

    Jonah Hill & Morgan Freeman

  1. taylorpopek:

    Owl Finch

    tuxedoronny reblogged shutupshea:
  1. shutupshea:

    kawaiisharkchan:

    sircuddlebuns:

    itswalky:

    emergencycocktail:

    they really went, like, way out of their way to avoid us ever getting to see Usagi (or any other character, for that matter) be dynamic/expressive at all :///

    sometimes one eye is closed

    bless this post

    haha wow its almost like its based off the manga or smth and isnt even really a sweatdrop 90s comedy isnt that weird

    yeah okay except, the manga is still way more expressive, and even if it was trying to look more like the manga and the manga had bad expressions, that, it would still be legit to criticize the expressions.

    I liked the first episode of the new show, and I’m fine with it having a different, less exaggerated style than the original show, but it’s entirely valid to critique it on the fact that a lot of the expressions just, aren’t expressive, at all. You don’t have to be an over the top comedy to have your characters express emotions beyond ‘unfocused eyes and mouth slightly open in surprise’. : /

    (to be fair, there were a few instances of better expressions in the episode, and there was nice body language, but seriously, you can like something and still recognize problems with it)