This is Igby, a 7-year-old male Basset Hound from Houston. This photo is from 2007. This pic ALMOST made it into a book. Due to low quality (taken with a cellphone) they were unable to use it. Bassets are know for "counter surfing", but Igby takes it to the next level.I have found him at least four times, asleep on our kitchen table. Photo sent by Amanda.
Wilbur! 13 week old Frenchie puppy Wilbur fails to impress his fellow passengers after a slightly gassy journey…
Souvenirs from places you’ll never visit created by Portuguese design studio Snack Studio.
That's a whole lot of country music on the right.
Civil War better have Spider-man or GTFO
disney meets cards against humanity > mulan
[First image: the Tung Shao Pass.
What’s that sound?
[Second image: The matchmaker, makeup streaming down her face, beard drawn on in ink.]
Maybe she’s born with it, maybe it’s…
[Third image: Yao, Ling and Chien-Po, in women’s clothes, whipping off their sashes.
What’s my secret power?
[Fourth image: Shang grabbing Mulan by the collar and speaking to her angrily, during Make a Man Out of You.]
War! What is it good for?
My existential gay crisis.
[Fifth image: Mulan on the balcony of the Palace, turning to see people bowing to her.]
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Step two: Save China.
Step three: Profit.
Lady with the cocktail has the right idea.
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GoT writers doing the most to make people give a crap about Dorne.
As filming continues in Spain, pictures are emerging (here and here) from the Dornish story line. Look closely as there might be some clues as to what will happen in Season 5. At the second link there are some videos but be warned there may be spoilers in them. The videos show just how perfect a choice Seville was–just a gorgeous setting.
Today’s round of images include our first look at Doran Martell in costume and new pictures of Jaime Lannister. Warning: Speculation below contains mild spoilery material.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is in the foreground greeting the Mayor of Sevilla with Alexander Siddig in the back. Both are in costume as Jaime and Doran respectively. Other real-world political figures were present as well including the U.S. Ambassador to Spain and the President of Andalusia (the southern region of Spain). Clearly the Dornish story is veering drastically from the books as the scenes with Jaime and Doran indicate.
Below is a better look at Alexander as Doran also greeting the Mayor.
More with the Mayor.
A nice shot of Benioff and Weiss. Either they’re all tall or the Mayor is short. Note that Jaime is wearing the same kind of outfit and color that Oberyn did last Season.
DeObia Oparei, who will be playing Areo Hotah, is seen here on a break conversing with Indira Varma, who was Ellaria in Season 4. Will she be in a scene with Jaime or were they shooting several scenes that day using the same set?
Nice contemplative shot of Nikolaj from the side, probably preparing to do a scene.
Indira on a break, distracted by something. Her hair is considerably shorter Perhaps she cut it in mourning? We’ll have to see if they address it on the show.
Make-up! Look at the detail in the Mosaics in the background.
Close up shot of Doran’s costume. Those sumptuous silks that Oberyn wore last season are definitely being repeated. The modern flip flops on Doran don’t quite fit, of course. Where’s the gouty foot?
Update: Commenter Abyss posted some animated gifs from the videos and it does appear that Ellaria will be in a scene with Jaime. Check this image out plus a few more in the links below. (Dame Pasty)
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Go Ducky! Go!
A+++ Arya & The Hound. Also like the new Lady Thor lady.
This is shaping up to be the season Downton jumps the shark sidesaddle for me.
how does the daughter of an Earl jilt her suitor following an illicit “sketching trip” in a Liverpool hotel room? Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) tried the simple tactic of honesty, explaining to Lord Gillingham (Tom Cullen) that she did not want to marry him, but to no avail. He insisted she should follow through all the way to the altar, with the threat that he could ruin her reputation hanging in the air between them like halitosis.
This was a brazen piece of plot recycling. Long before Gillingham unpacked his case, we had Lady Mary’s good name imperilled by the scandal of the Turkish diplomat who expired in her bed. This was consistent with a general pattern. Previously, we watched house maid Gwen (Rose Leslie) learn to type as a way out of domestic drudgery; now it’s cook Daisy (Sophie McShera) who is taking lessons in maths and dreaming of a life beyond sunken soufflés. And don’t even get me started on
the unremitting woe of the Bates (Brendan Coyle) murder plotline, with its many grim parallels to his predicament in earlier series something something Bates drivel.
I’m calling it now: this is the peak of the internet
The dog of the future.