i’ve been thinking about this google doodle a lot. yeah you think you’re tired, 3? think about 1. they’re dancing for another 6 years. 0? 86 more years. don’t even get me started on 2. they’re stuck discoing it up for another 986 years. so you know what, 3? you better get your out of shape ass out of there. quit acting like a weak ass shit. you’ve got it better than the rest of them. you don’t know shit, 3.
no you don’t get it
they put John in a bonfire
whenever it’s Bonfire night in the UK we’re always told to check our bonfires for hedgehogs
Played 1790900 times.
Lemony Snicket is hilarious.
e e e E E E E E V V V V V I I I I L L L L L L L L L
So I’m reading a Doctor Who book, Only Human. And Jack is in it. They were in a situation and needed a distraction so:
and I was just like “Oh you”
of course. buT THEN THIS
THEN HE GRABBED WHAT
WHAT DID HE GRAB
I was 7 years old when I read this. I can’t help but feel that’s not good.
This video is very important, especially when you’re writing or maybe even drawing out fight scenes. Many don’t seem to realize that swords were often not the primary weapon and see spears more as a weaker weapon. This YouTube channel is actually very good at helping to explain older medieval martial arts, mostly the sword and European fighting methods, but very helpful nonetheless for fellow authors/artists.
This awesomely-named YouTube channel, called scholagladiatoria, is a brilliant resource for writers. Have at it!
Is anyone else wondering about Matt Smith’s face?
the way he can go from 12 year old kid
To centuries old wizened traveller