the-vashta-nerada:

shakeitupbaby:

the-vashta-nerada:

the-vashta-nerada:

i tried to write a kid’s song and oh god where did i go wrong

no really someday my kids will be like “mom sing us a lullaby” and i’ll sing this song  about snails and setting churches on fire and killing homeless men and hookers and drugs and suicide

this song made my kid cry.

WHY WOULD YOU PLAY THIS FOR YOUR CHILD

SOMEONE PLEASE ANIMATE THIS

Played 50011 times.
samurottedge:

Since it was Munday, I decided to do a small art reference project for myself. And then I decided to make it public with the following notes.
From Left to Right, Top to Bottom:
What NOT to do (front):
Don’t chicken wing your arms! Although it might be easier to hold the rifle, you will make yourself a bigger target.
Don’t close your one eye! You will lose your depth perception, which is crucial when you are on the move, or are trying to determine how far away your target is
Don’t keep your legs haphazardly strewn about. You need to make sure you’re balanced!
What to do (front)
Keep both eyes open
Bend your elbows downwards and towards the ground to make yourself a smaller target
Bend your knees to control the gun’s recoil + be ready to move.
What NOT to do (side)
Don’t put the stock above your shoulder
Don’t lean back.
Both of the above reduce your control over the weapon and may result in a black eye, and the rifle flying backwards and out of your hands.
What to do (side)
Bury the stock of the rifle into the meaty part of your shoulder
Lean into the gun to keep the gun under control when the recoil of the gun kicks the gun upwards or to the side
Bend your knees slightly to lean forward, as well as make yourself a smaller target
Patrol/Relaxed Stance
The soldier is relaxed and is most likely moving around. 
His eyes are searching for possible threats
His hands are still on the rifle, even if he has a sling on
Low Ready Stance
Possible threat has been detected
Entire body shifts towards threat direction
Stock is shouldered 
Eyes are focused on the possible target
Gun barrel is pointed in the target’s general direction, but not directly at the target.
Firing Stance
Immediate response
Soldier fires off shots while screaming to the other people in his team
"CONTACT!" or "THREAT!"
samurottedge:

Since it was Munday, I decided to do a small art reference project for myself. And then I decided to make it public with the following notes.
From Left to Right, Top to Bottom:
What NOT to do (front):
Don’t chicken wing your arms! Although it might be easier to hold the rifle, you will make yourself a bigger target.
Don’t close your one eye! You will lose your depth perception, which is crucial when you are on the move, or are trying to determine how far away your target is
Don’t keep your legs haphazardly strewn about. You need to make sure you’re balanced!
What to do (front)
Keep both eyes open
Bend your elbows downwards and towards the ground to make yourself a smaller target
Bend your knees to control the gun’s recoil + be ready to move.
What NOT to do (side)
Don’t put the stock above your shoulder
Don’t lean back.
Both of the above reduce your control over the weapon and may result in a black eye, and the rifle flying backwards and out of your hands.
What to do (side)
Bury the stock of the rifle into the meaty part of your shoulder
Lean into the gun to keep the gun under control when the recoil of the gun kicks the gun upwards or to the side
Bend your knees slightly to lean forward, as well as make yourself a smaller target
Patrol/Relaxed Stance
The soldier is relaxed and is most likely moving around. 
His eyes are searching for possible threats
His hands are still on the rifle, even if he has a sling on
Low Ready Stance
Possible threat has been detected
Entire body shifts towards threat direction
Stock is shouldered 
Eyes are focused on the possible target
Gun barrel is pointed in the target’s general direction, but not directly at the target.
Firing Stance
Immediate response
Soldier fires off shots while screaming to the other people in his team
"CONTACT!" or "THREAT!"
samurottedge:

Since it was Munday, I decided to do a small art reference project for myself. And then I decided to make it public with the following notes.
From Left to Right, Top to Bottom:
What NOT to do (front):
Don’t chicken wing your arms! Although it might be easier to hold the rifle, you will make yourself a bigger target.
Don’t close your one eye! You will lose your depth perception, which is crucial when you are on the move, or are trying to determine how far away your target is
Don’t keep your legs haphazardly strewn about. You need to make sure you’re balanced!
What to do (front)
Keep both eyes open
Bend your elbows downwards and towards the ground to make yourself a smaller target
Bend your knees to control the gun’s recoil + be ready to move.
What NOT to do (side)
Don’t put the stock above your shoulder
Don’t lean back.
Both of the above reduce your control over the weapon and may result in a black eye, and the rifle flying backwards and out of your hands.
What to do (side)
Bury the stock of the rifle into the meaty part of your shoulder
Lean into the gun to keep the gun under control when the recoil of the gun kicks the gun upwards or to the side
Bend your knees slightly to lean forward, as well as make yourself a smaller target
Patrol/Relaxed Stance
The soldier is relaxed and is most likely moving around. 
His eyes are searching for possible threats
His hands are still on the rifle, even if he has a sling on
Low Ready Stance
Possible threat has been detected
Entire body shifts towards threat direction
Stock is shouldered 
Eyes are focused on the possible target
Gun barrel is pointed in the target’s general direction, but not directly at the target.
Firing Stance
Immediate response
Soldier fires off shots while screaming to the other people in his team
"CONTACT!" or "THREAT!"
samurottedge:

Since it was Munday, I decided to do a small art reference project for myself. And then I decided to make it public with the following notes.
From Left to Right, Top to Bottom:
What NOT to do (front):
Don’t chicken wing your arms! Although it might be easier to hold the rifle, you will make yourself a bigger target.
Don’t close your one eye! You will lose your depth perception, which is crucial when you are on the move, or are trying to determine how far away your target is
Don’t keep your legs haphazardly strewn about. You need to make sure you’re balanced!
What to do (front)
Keep both eyes open
Bend your elbows downwards and towards the ground to make yourself a smaller target
Bend your knees to control the gun’s recoil + be ready to move.
What NOT to do (side)
Don’t put the stock above your shoulder
Don’t lean back.
Both of the above reduce your control over the weapon and may result in a black eye, and the rifle flying backwards and out of your hands.
What to do (side)
Bury the stock of the rifle into the meaty part of your shoulder
Lean into the gun to keep the gun under control when the recoil of the gun kicks the gun upwards or to the side
Bend your knees slightly to lean forward, as well as make yourself a smaller target
Patrol/Relaxed Stance
The soldier is relaxed and is most likely moving around. 
His eyes are searching for possible threats
His hands are still on the rifle, even if he has a sling on
Low Ready Stance
Possible threat has been detected
Entire body shifts towards threat direction
Stock is shouldered 
Eyes are focused on the possible target
Gun barrel is pointed in the target’s general direction, but not directly at the target.
Firing Stance
Immediate response
Soldier fires off shots while screaming to the other people in his team
"CONTACT!" or "THREAT!"
samurottedge:

Since it was Munday, I decided to do a small art reference project for myself. And then I decided to make it public with the following notes.
From Left to Right, Top to Bottom:
What NOT to do (front):
Don’t chicken wing your arms! Although it might be easier to hold the rifle, you will make yourself a bigger target.
Don’t close your one eye! You will lose your depth perception, which is crucial when you are on the move, or are trying to determine how far away your target is
Don’t keep your legs haphazardly strewn about. You need to make sure you’re balanced!
What to do (front)
Keep both eyes open
Bend your elbows downwards and towards the ground to make yourself a smaller target
Bend your knees to control the gun’s recoil + be ready to move.
What NOT to do (side)
Don’t put the stock above your shoulder
Don’t lean back.
Both of the above reduce your control over the weapon and may result in a black eye, and the rifle flying backwards and out of your hands.
What to do (side)
Bury the stock of the rifle into the meaty part of your shoulder
Lean into the gun to keep the gun under control when the recoil of the gun kicks the gun upwards or to the side
Bend your knees slightly to lean forward, as well as make yourself a smaller target
Patrol/Relaxed Stance
The soldier is relaxed and is most likely moving around. 
His eyes are searching for possible threats
His hands are still on the rifle, even if he has a sling on
Low Ready Stance
Possible threat has been detected
Entire body shifts towards threat direction
Stock is shouldered 
Eyes are focused on the possible target
Gun barrel is pointed in the target’s general direction, but not directly at the target.
Firing Stance
Immediate response
Soldier fires off shots while screaming to the other people in his team
"CONTACT!" or "THREAT!"
samurottedge:

Since it was Munday, I decided to do a small art reference project for myself. And then I decided to make it public with the following notes.
From Left to Right, Top to Bottom:
What NOT to do (front):
Don’t chicken wing your arms! Although it might be easier to hold the rifle, you will make yourself a bigger target.
Don’t close your one eye! You will lose your depth perception, which is crucial when you are on the move, or are trying to determine how far away your target is
Don’t keep your legs haphazardly strewn about. You need to make sure you’re balanced!
What to do (front)
Keep both eyes open
Bend your elbows downwards and towards the ground to make yourself a smaller target
Bend your knees to control the gun’s recoil + be ready to move.
What NOT to do (side)
Don’t put the stock above your shoulder
Don’t lean back.
Both of the above reduce your control over the weapon and may result in a black eye, and the rifle flying backwards and out of your hands.
What to do (side)
Bury the stock of the rifle into the meaty part of your shoulder
Lean into the gun to keep the gun under control when the recoil of the gun kicks the gun upwards or to the side
Bend your knees slightly to lean forward, as well as make yourself a smaller target
Patrol/Relaxed Stance
The soldier is relaxed and is most likely moving around. 
His eyes are searching for possible threats
His hands are still on the rifle, even if he has a sling on
Low Ready Stance
Possible threat has been detected
Entire body shifts towards threat direction
Stock is shouldered 
Eyes are focused on the possible target
Gun barrel is pointed in the target’s general direction, but not directly at the target.
Firing Stance
Immediate response
Soldier fires off shots while screaming to the other people in his team
"CONTACT!" or "THREAT!"
samurottedge:

Since it was Munday, I decided to do a small art reference project for myself. And then I decided to make it public with the following notes.
From Left to Right, Top to Bottom:
What NOT to do (front):
Don’t chicken wing your arms! Although it might be easier to hold the rifle, you will make yourself a bigger target.
Don’t close your one eye! You will lose your depth perception, which is crucial when you are on the move, or are trying to determine how far away your target is
Don’t keep your legs haphazardly strewn about. You need to make sure you’re balanced!
What to do (front)
Keep both eyes open
Bend your elbows downwards and towards the ground to make yourself a smaller target
Bend your knees to control the gun’s recoil + be ready to move.
What NOT to do (side)
Don’t put the stock above your shoulder
Don’t lean back.
Both of the above reduce your control over the weapon and may result in a black eye, and the rifle flying backwards and out of your hands.
What to do (side)
Bury the stock of the rifle into the meaty part of your shoulder
Lean into the gun to keep the gun under control when the recoil of the gun kicks the gun upwards or to the side
Bend your knees slightly to lean forward, as well as make yourself a smaller target
Patrol/Relaxed Stance
The soldier is relaxed and is most likely moving around. 
His eyes are searching for possible threats
His hands are still on the rifle, even if he has a sling on
Low Ready Stance
Possible threat has been detected
Entire body shifts towards threat direction
Stock is shouldered 
Eyes are focused on the possible target
Gun barrel is pointed in the target’s general direction, but not directly at the target.
Firing Stance
Immediate response
Soldier fires off shots while screaming to the other people in his team
"CONTACT!" or "THREAT!"
samurottedge:

Since it was Munday, I decided to do a small art reference project for myself. And then I decided to make it public with the following notes.
From Left to Right, Top to Bottom:
What NOT to do (front):
Don’t chicken wing your arms! Although it might be easier to hold the rifle, you will make yourself a bigger target.
Don’t close your one eye! You will lose your depth perception, which is crucial when you are on the move, or are trying to determine how far away your target is
Don’t keep your legs haphazardly strewn about. You need to make sure you’re balanced!
What to do (front)
Keep both eyes open
Bend your elbows downwards and towards the ground to make yourself a smaller target
Bend your knees to control the gun’s recoil + be ready to move.
What NOT to do (side)
Don’t put the stock above your shoulder
Don’t lean back.
Both of the above reduce your control over the weapon and may result in a black eye, and the rifle flying backwards and out of your hands.
What to do (side)
Bury the stock of the rifle into the meaty part of your shoulder
Lean into the gun to keep the gun under control when the recoil of the gun kicks the gun upwards or to the side
Bend your knees slightly to lean forward, as well as make yourself a smaller target
Patrol/Relaxed Stance
The soldier is relaxed and is most likely moving around. 
His eyes are searching for possible threats
His hands are still on the rifle, even if he has a sling on
Low Ready Stance
Possible threat has been detected
Entire body shifts towards threat direction
Stock is shouldered 
Eyes are focused on the possible target
Gun barrel is pointed in the target’s general direction, but not directly at the target.
Firing Stance
Immediate response
Soldier fires off shots while screaming to the other people in his team
"CONTACT!" or "THREAT!"

samurottedge:

Since it was Munday, I decided to do a small art reference project for myself. And then I decided to make it public with the following notes.

From Left to Right, Top to Bottom:

What NOT to do (front):

  • Don’t chicken wing your arms! Although it might be easier to hold the rifle, you will make yourself a bigger target.
  • Don’t close your one eye! You will lose your depth perception, which is crucial when you are on the move, or are trying to determine how far away your target is
  • Don’t keep your legs haphazardly strewn about. You need to make sure you’re balanced!

What to do (front)

  • Keep both eyes open
  • Bend your elbows downwards and towards the ground to make yourself a smaller target
  • Bend your knees to control the gun’s recoil + be ready to move.

What NOT to do (side)

  • Don’t put the stock above your shoulder
  • Don’t lean back.
  • Both of the above reduce your control over the weapon and may result in a black eye, and the rifle flying backwards and out of your hands.

What to do (side)

  • Bury the stock of the rifle into the meaty part of your shoulder
  • Lean into the gun to keep the gun under control when the recoil of the gun kicks the gun upwards or to the side
  • Bend your knees slightly to lean forward, as well as make yourself a smaller target

Patrol/Relaxed Stance

  • The soldier is relaxed and is most likely moving around.
  • His eyes are searching for possible threats
  • His hands are still on the rifle, even if he has a sling on

Low Ready Stance

  • Possible threat has been detected
  • Entire body shifts towards threat direction
  • Stock is shouldered 
  • Eyes are focused on the possible target
  • Gun barrel is pointed in the target’s general direction, but not directly at the target.

Firing Stance

  • Immediate response
  • Soldier fires off shots while screaming to the other people in his team
  • "CONTACT!" or "THREAT!"
In honor of all the people that start celebrating Halloween a whole month in advance.

That’s right, I’m looking at you. In honor of all the people that start celebrating Halloween a whole month in advance.

That’s right, I’m looking at you. In honor of all the people that start celebrating Halloween a whole month in advance.

That’s right, I’m looking at you. In honor of all the people that start celebrating Halloween a whole month in advance.

That’s right, I’m looking at you. In honor of all the people that start celebrating Halloween a whole month in advance.

That’s right, I’m looking at you. In honor of all the people that start celebrating Halloween a whole month in advance.

That’s right, I’m looking at you. In honor of all the people that start celebrating Halloween a whole month in advance.

That’s right, I’m looking at you. In honor of all the people that start celebrating Halloween a whole month in advance.

That’s right, I’m looking at you.

In honor of all the people that start celebrating Halloween a whole month in advance.

That’s right, I’m looking at you.

"Well, there’s the alleyoop, slam-jam right into my rectum."
— Cr1tikal on game crashes

waterkangaroo:

nyan-nyan-pur:

desynchronization:

This is that part.

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Why Portal 2 is the best game ever created

(Source: steveholtvstheuniverse)

are you kidding? i had like 3 of these things completely full, and one of them was a special 16x storage one. one was never enough.

kawaiibunghole:

silenthaven:

Silent Hills concept video revealed at TGS 2014!

Wtf am I watching??

Holy fuck

WHO WOULD BE THAT CALM IN THIS SITUATION?  DUDE’S JUST CASUALLY STROLLING ALONG LIKE, “OH YEAH, DON’T WORRY ABOUT THE GIANT BUGS COMING OUT OF THE WALL.  THAT’S PERFECTLY NORMAL.”

klavierr:

py-bun:

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bishck ifunut

IMLAUGHINGSOHARD.

ITS LIKT A FUCKINF VACCUMM

(Source: pybun)

lytendrah:

CRYING

WHAT IN THE FLIM FLAM WAS THAT EPPISODE I CRIED LITERAL TEARS AND JANE YOU PSYCHOTIC BLIP BLOP AND I STILL HATE KENNY BUT LUKE NO

inanimatedan:

I’d love to see Ryuuko in a fighting game.

She’d fit right in with Skullgirls

inanimatedan:

I’d love to see Ryuuko in a fighting game.

She’d fit right in with Skullgirls

lordscout:

Its him

So that’s how he deals with the deaths of everyone he ever cared for

yhrite:

Catch This!

I could imagine her her action skill would be opening tears, and now I can’t stop thinking about her just summoning the destroyer of worlds to fight all of her battles. yhrite:

Catch This!

I could imagine her her action skill would be opening tears, and now I can’t stop thinking about her just summoning the destroyer of worlds to fight all of her battles.

yhrite:

Catch This!

I could imagine her her action skill would be opening tears, and now I can’t stop thinking about her just summoning the destroyer of worlds to fight all of her battles.

askbookerdewiit:

Ilikemixingfandoms aaahBonus:
askbookerdewiit:

Ilikemixingfandoms aaahBonus:

askbookerdewiit:

Ilikemixingfandoms aaah
Bonus:

basically me on valentine’s day

(Source: randomness-is-epic)