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onemuseleft:

When you’re watching a post-apocalyptic or disaster movie and the men are unshaven and covered in grease and dirt and sweat and blood and possibly actual shit but the women have all recently reapplied their lipstick and no one’s 4-inch stiletto heels have snapped off.

When you’re watching a post-apocalyptic or disaster movie and “covered in grease and dirt and sweat and blood” translates into “oiled up like a Turkish mud wrestler” and “unshaven” means “impeccably manicured beard while everything else is waxed”.

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can-u-not-my-wayward-son:

yoshikuroi:

sunshine-and-pie:

ircnpatriot:

as the next season of doctor who approaches its time for me to wrestle with the question

does my faith in peter capaldi outweigh my distrust of steven moffat

I am familiar with that question.

APPARENTLY THEY’RE YELLING AT EACH OTHER ON SET AND THE GENERAL VIBE IS PETER CAPALDI DECLARING THAT HE WILL NOT BE CHASED OFF THIS SHOW

PETER CAPALDI HAS REFUSED TO HAVE A STORY LINE WHERE HE FALLS IN LOVE WITH CLARA

According to Wikipedia, Po isn’t even voiced by Jack Black in the cartoon. But the guy clearly channels him, so my point still stands I guess.

was kung fu panda even jack black's idea? i mean i know it's definitely got problematic elements but i wasn't under the impression he was involved in either the writing, directing, or casting
Anonymous

I was going on the fact that Po is literally Jack Black but a panda, but now that you mention it I legitimately do not know.