Benny vs. modern technology

Me and my car’s Bluetooth handsfree system.

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jncos:

What the Mad Max movies never really explain is why so many leather daddies survived the apocalypse. What were they doing? Why are they so strong?

Because everyone wears leather in a future without air conditioning and access to running water. Like you do. 

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Awesome Mix Vol. 1

Best $8.99 I’ve spent in a while. Now just make me that solar-powered dancing baby Groot I want and we’ll be just fine. 

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Reblogging, because the misunderstood moment in “Hush” is one of my favorite in all of television. 

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HAVE ALL THE THINGS. Plus cats. The Internet loves cats. 

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valerieb-art:

Baby Groot! 
Quick doodle of the day

Fave scene.

valerieb-art:

Baby Groot! 

Quick doodle of the day

Fave scene.

thisfeliciaday:

First of all, I cut two pairs out already. Second, it’s four days of Comicon. Third, I have a problem.

Felicia Day may actually have a pair of brogues trippier than mine.

thisfeliciaday:

First of all, I cut two pairs out already. Second, it’s four days of Comicon. Third, I have a problem.

Felicia Day may actually have a pair of brogues trippier than mine.

Chris Pratt: genuinely awesome human being.

(Source: peterquill, via pandemicinsanity)

Ok, someone may have to hold an intervention and take away my supply of freezer paper. 

Still, not bad for free-hand. 

If I wear this with khakis and aviators, is that considered “Marvel-bounding”?

Ok, someone may have to hold an intervention and take away my supply of freezer paper.

Still, not bad for free-hand.

If I wear this with khakis and aviators, is that considered “Marvel-bounding”?

So I’ve bought the train tickets and committed to go to “Comic Con without Comic Con” this Saturday. (It’s rather like “Garfield without Garfield,” but less existential.)

The Surfliner isn’t particularly cheap, but the hassle of traffic and what is sure to be $20 ($30?) parking anywhere near the convention center makes the train the logical choice. And having to walk from the train to the Con means comfy shoes and casual clothes, since I am just not one of those people willing to suffer for their cosplay. 

Hence: Pizza Dog Shirt. I figure this choice would be obscure enough to represent one of my fave comics while letting me figure out who is “in on the joke.”  I used freezer paper for the stencil (Google it - it is magic!) and I’m really pleased with how the shirt turned out. It looked a little plain, so I added the Hawkeye badge in the corner to make it “zazzy.”

So I’ve bought the train tickets and committed to go to “Comic Con without Comic Con” this Saturday. (It’s rather like “Garfield without Garfield,” but less existential.)

The Surfliner isn’t particularly cheap, but the hassle of traffic and what is sure to be $20 ($30?) parking anywhere near the convention center makes the train the logical choice. And having to walk from the train to the Con means comfy shoes and casual clothes, since I am just not one of those people willing to suffer for their cosplay.

Hence: Pizza Dog Shirt. I figure this choice would be obscure enough to represent one of my fave comics while letting me figure out who is “in on the joke.” I used freezer paper for the stencil (Google it - it is magic!) and I’m really pleased with how the shirt turned out. It looked a little plain, so I added the Hawkeye badge in the corner to make it “zazzy.”