The cat ate my homework
Someone should kickstart a gameshow called Groan Up.
It’s like Jeopardy, with the whole buzzer system and the scaling difficulty for harder questions, but all of the questions are lame-ass puns and dad-jokes that you have to get the punchline for.
"What do you call a Japanese demon that loves pizza?"
"A Pepper Oni."
A small tiny fanart i did of rouge :P something that didnt took me long really
"Give me just one good reason why I shouldn’t shoot you right now.”
“-I- am the one with the gun?”
"… … … good point."
Japanese child actress Mana Ashida (little Mako) was embarrassed that she couldn’t pronounce Guillermo Del Toro’s name so he gave her special permission to call him “Totoro-san” instead.
My Neighbor Guillermo Del Toro.
If I don’t reblog this, assume I’m dead.
Guillermo Del Totoro.
Reblog if it’s okay
Believe it or not, here you have Bits & Bytes no.108… IN ENGLISH!!
A certain Assassin visits the restaurant for a nice lunch… but things might not turn the way he hoped.
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I hated Pinkie’s previous design with the poofy hair (it was supposed to resemble cotton candy), so I changed it to pigtails. She won’t always look this devilish, it’s just for this comic.
I would also like to take this opportunity to recommend a book. I read a lot, and would love to share something I enjoyed.
"The Thickety," by J.A. White (http://www.amazon.com/The-Thickety-A-Path-Begins/dp/0062257242) is the first of a planned trilogy. It’s about Kara, who lives in a colonized village surrounded by an evil forest called the Thickety. When she was a girl, she had to watch the village hang her mother for witchcraft. Years later, the town still resents and bullies her, suspicious that she too may be a witch. But when she stumbles across a spell book that supposedly belonged to her mother, she realizes that every one may have been right about her after all.
It’s a dark children’s tale that reads like Neil Gaiman, with fascinating creatures, a smart protagonist, and an absolutely wicked antagonist. It’s the first book in a long time that I’m legitimately excited for the sequel.