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Hannibal, Luther, Oz, Twin Peaks, Breaking Bad, Justified, Doctor Who, Game of Thrones, Battlestar Galactica, Black Books, The Shield, The IT crowd, The Wire, Community, True Detective, the Monty Pythons flying circus
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juliansballclenchingfalsetto:

"being interested in pop culture makes you vapid and unintelligent"

translation: im a miserable pissbaby. im deep because i smoke cheap cigarettes and take my coffee black. have u ever heard of friedrich nietzsche. im so alone.

(via a-swamp-creature)

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mlysza:

jerk repellent

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gradlifethrugifs:

I always loved the first one, but the one about depression gave me chills. Because I have that feeling. I know that feeling.

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the-absolute-best-gifs:

asmymlivural:

If anyone ever asks me to define love, I’m just going to show them this

(via herhonestlife)

This is a frightened city. Over these streets, over these houses hangs a pall of fear. An ugly kind of violence is rife, stalking the town. Yes, gangs of old ladies attacking fit, defenseless young men.

(via sanchopocho)

benaddicted-cumberbatched:

Pretty self-explanatory.

tvhangover:

If you need to catch up on Breaking Bad before the final season starts this Sunday you can either a) forgo sleep and rewatch every episode on Netflix (the first half of the fifth season was added a few days ago) OR b) you could watch this adorable recap by Rhett & Link in the form of a middle school musical. The choice is clear. 

(H/T The Daily Dot. Also, there are spoilers. Of course.)

alexanderraban:

innercurtain:

 Le livre des voyages de Marco Polo, traduit par Robert Frescher. 1475-1525.

"I swear to god, gryphons fucking elephants in the middle of the ocean, it’s anarchy over there"

alexanderraban:

innercurtain:

 Le livre des voyages de Marco Polo, traduit par Robert Frescher. 1475-1525.

"I swear to god, gryphons fucking elephants in the middle of the ocean, it’s anarchy over there"

(via ekkolalia)