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patruelesfratresomnes:

5secondsofmahogany:

Ask me stuff

anon is on

Go for it, kiddos.

Well that’s unfortunate. View high resolution

Well that’s unfortunate.

Portrait of Clippe as Kitten. (From @spacecats.) View high resolution

Portrait of Clippe as Kitten. (From @spacecats.)

topgear:

The new Bugatti is coming in 2016

Head of VW Group design confirms next hypercar is on its way. And it will be ‘art’

Get ready. The head of Volkswagen Group design has confirmed to TopGear.com that work on the next Bugatti model is well underway, with an expected launch in early 2016.
Walter de Silva, who has headed up VW Group’s design since 2007, said “we’re working hard at Bugatti, but don’t worry, it’s coming. I cannot predict exactly, but at the end of 2015 or early 2016, we’ll see the new Bugatti.”

De Silva wouldn’t confirm exactly what form this new car would take, but did concede that it “won’t be a Veyron replacement, it’ll be more than that. We’re investigating all avenues at the moment”.
He remained confident, however, it will be something incredible. “For me, Bugatti is not a car,” de Silva said, “it is a piece of art. You have to understand this. You are in another range when you talk about Bugatti. No, forget that, you play in another league with Bugatti. When you buy a Bugatti, you buy a piece of art. It’s a story, and I would like to transfer the Bugatti idea in this way.” [x]


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topgear:

The new Bugatti is coming in 2016

Head of VW Group design confirms next hypercar is on its way. And it will be ‘art’

Get ready. The head of Volkswagen Group design has confirmed to TopGear.com that work on the next Bugatti model is well underway, with an expected launch in early 2016.

Walter de Silva, who has headed up VW Group’s design since 2007, said “we’re working hard at Bugatti, but don’t worry, it’s coming. I cannot predict exactly, but at the end of 2015 or early 2016, we’ll see the new Bugatti.”

De Silva wouldn’t confirm exactly what form this new car would take, but did concede that it “won’t be a Veyron replacement, it’ll be more than that. We’re investigating all avenues at the moment”.

He remained confident, however, it will be something incredible. “For me, Bugatti is not a car,” de Silva said, “it is a piece of art. You have to understand this. You are in another range when you talk about Bugatti. No, forget that, you play in another league with Bugatti. When you buy a Bugatti, you buy a piece of art. It’s a story, and I would like to transfer the Bugatti idea in this way.” [x]

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pluckyyoungdonna:

Gwendoline Christie and Rory McCann at SDCC 2014 x

Oh for fuck’s sake, this cast. I can’t.

I would like to snuggle each and every one of these people.

petermorwood:

alyssabethancourt:

blue-author:

deducecanoe:

jadelyn:

Are you fucking kidding me? Like, no, Shakespeare wouldn’t tweet a sonnet cause 140 characters is a bit short for that. Wrong medium. But you know what he would have? A very active twitter FULL OF DICK PUNS AND YOUR MOM JOKES okay. (And probably also a blog for the sonnets and longer works, that cross-posts links to twitter anyway.)
Get out of here with that pretentious anti-technology bullshit.

Shakespeare would have if he could have. He’d have tweeted that shit in fourteen glorious tweets a piece that looked like rants but if you scrolled down and read up, they were actually stupid-good poems. Swine.

Shakespeare never lived past the year 1616.

You know what, Shakespeare was basically an SNL writer. Some of his work was deeply philosophical, and some of it was dick jokes, and some of it was both things at the same time, but mostly it was mass-consumable. And mostly it was about getting paid. You know how you do that? By working your fanbase.
You’re damn right Shakespeare would have been on Twitter. Anyone who wants to talk about him like he was some kind of literary snob is just exposing their own pretentious ignorance.

Of course he never tweeted a sonnet. Cellphone coverage in Elizabethan London was even worse than modern County Wicklow during heavy rain.
But if he was alive now I think he’d be on Twitter all right, and on Tumblr, and have a website, and….
He’d be someone like Neil Gaiman or Mark Gaitiss or Stephen Fry, a writer of short stories, novels, TV and movie scripts and possibly an actor as well. He’d be in demand for shows like QI and Graham Norton, where he’d be witty, outrageous and quotable, and he’d also front pop-culture documentaries on media, history and language for BBC4.
Sound feasible?

Shakespeare never tweeted a sonnet because he was too busy tweeting all those dick jokes. View high resolution

petermorwood:

alyssabethancourt:

blue-author:

deducecanoe:

jadelyn:

Are you fucking kidding me? Like, no, Shakespeare wouldn’t tweet a sonnet cause 140 characters is a bit short for that. Wrong medium. But you know what he would have? A very active twitter FULL OF DICK PUNS AND YOUR MOM JOKES okay. (And probably also a blog for the sonnets and longer works, that cross-posts links to twitter anyway.)

Get out of here with that pretentious anti-technology bullshit.

Shakespeare would have if he could have. He’d have tweeted that shit in fourteen glorious tweets a piece that looked like rants but if you scrolled down and read up, they were actually stupid-good poems. Swine.

Shakespeare never lived past the year 1616.

You know what, Shakespeare was basically an SNL writer. Some of his work was deeply philosophical, and some of it was dick jokes, and some of it was both things at the same time, but mostly it was mass-consumable. And mostly it was about getting paid. You know how you do that? By working your fanbase.

You’re damn right Shakespeare would have been on Twitter. Anyone who wants to talk about him like he was some kind of literary snob is just exposing their own pretentious ignorance.

Of course he never tweeted a sonnet. Cellphone coverage in Elizabethan London was even worse than modern County Wicklow during heavy rain.

But if he was alive now I think he’d be on Twitter all right, and on Tumblr, and have a website, and….

He’d be someone like Neil Gaiman or Mark Gaitiss or Stephen Fry, a writer of short stories, novels, TV and movie scripts and possibly an actor as well. He’d be in demand for shows like QI and Graham Norton, where he’d be witty, outrageous and quotable, and he’d also front pop-culture documentaries on media, history and language for BBC4.

Sound feasible?

Shakespeare never tweeted a sonnet because he was too busy tweeting all those dick jokes.

mypatronusisrorypond:

tostudyonemoffabeth:

downto142:

frettedtoflame:

renrevenge:



I’M FUCKING SCREAMING OMGGGGGG THE TIME HAS COME FOR THE 90S TO ROMANTICIZED BY NON-90S KIDS FUCK

I feel like a legend.

Oh my god



I’m sorry to break it to you, darling, but the 1990s was exactly the same as it is right now. And we thought all that music was shitty then and we thought that we were the only ones who cared about anything and punks were still the outcasts and sweet Jesus.
It doesn’t matter when you grow up.
Everything always sucks.
That’s how you grow up.
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mypatronusisrorypond:

tostudyonemoffabeth:

downto142:

frettedtoflame:

renrevenge:

I’M FUCKING SCREAMING OMGGGGGG THE TIME HAS COME FOR THE 90S TO ROMANTICIZED BY NON-90S KIDS FUCK

I feel like a legend.

Oh my god

I’m sorry to break it to you, darling, but the 1990s was exactly the same as it is right now. And we thought all that music was shitty then and we thought that we were the only ones who cared about anything and punks were still the outcasts and sweet Jesus.

It doesn’t matter when you grow up.

Everything always sucks.

That’s how you grow up.

#realtalk

I lost one of my stars. :( View high resolution

I lost one of my stars. :(

The Fault in Our Origami Stars #getit View high resolution

The Fault in Our Origami Stars #getit

I put my skill points for this level in paper craft. View high resolution

I put my skill points for this level in paper craft.