Eu nem vejo GOT <3
You know what we didn’t know but now we do and the world is all the better for it? Snoop Dogg watches Game of Thrones. And he doesn’t just watch it — he loves the shit out of it, as evidenced in this funny little recap video wherein he dispenses infinite knowledge and wisdom about the wacky ways of Westeros. And we’re sorry to say, Hardwick, but you’ve got a promising young aftershow upstart host on your heels and he’s coming in hot (and also probably high).
Over on Snoop’s official YouTube channel, WestFestTV, America’s most infamous stoners got together for an interview but started chatting about Thrones in some pre-interview shenanigans. If you haven’t seen the past few episodes of the HBO series — in particular “Mockingbird” and “The Laws of Gods and Men” — then allow Snoop and Seth to break it all down for you. The way Snoop says Petyr Baelish is sure to give you a giggle or two, as are his theories on why the Unsullied actually had to have their junk chopped off.
Alright — we’re going to have to agree with Rogen on this one: HBO should seriously consider bringing Snoop on to be their official post-show correspondent. (We’d watch the shit out of that.) Imagine a world wherein Game of Thrones was dissected every week with Snoop Dogg and a special celebrity guest? C’mon: there’s no way you wouldn’t watch that, right? It just has too much potential for weird hilarity not to — admit it.
What would you call a Game of Thrones aftershow hosted by Snoop Dogg? Let us know in the comments.
Voici une campagne de promotion pour la publicité « Gallery of papers » réalisée par atipo. Cette boite réalisées en édition limitée regroupe 15 créations papiers représentant 15 films célèbres. A vous de deviner les différents films qui se cachent derrière ces créations.
Le duo Stephanie et Tom Ising ont monté le studio Books We Made (basé à Munich) qui se concentre sur le design de couvertures de livres. Ils travaillent sur des formes et tailles différentes de livres, sur la typographie, l’iconographie et les couleurs de chaque livre considéré comme une oeuvre d’art à part entière.
A pic of Macaulay Culkin wearing a t-shirt w/ a pic of Ryan Gosling wearing a shirt that has a pic of Macaulay Culkin
Yeah, good one .
Your sense of humor could be described as an "acquired taste."
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Sarcasm slips out of your mouth so often that you often forget you're doing it.
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You have to tell people when you're being serious, because they're so used to you making jokes.
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And since your default is sarcasm, you have a hard time turning it off when others need you to.
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Exijo uma explicação.
The fight appears to have happened last week after the Met Gala.
According to TMZ, an elevator security camera in the Standard Hotel picked up an altercation between Solange Knowles and Jay Z.
In the video, Solange attempts to kick Jay Z, who then catches Solange's foot.
A security guard in the elevator hits the emergency stop switch, mid-floor.
The security guard holds back Solange as Beyoncé stands in the elevator the whole time without getting involved physically.
In 1692 an artist known only as “A. Boogert” sat down to write a book in Dutch about mixing watercolors. Not only would he begin the book with a bit about the use of color in painting, but would go on to explain how to create certain hues and change the tone by adding one, two, or three parts of water. The premise sounds simple enough, but the final product is almost unfathomable in its detail and scope.
Spanning nearly 800 completely handwritten (and painted) pages, Traité des couleurs servant à la peinture à l’eau, was probably the most comprehensive guide to paint and color of its time. According to Medieval book historian Erik Kwakkel who translated part of the introduction, the color book was intended as an educational guide. The irony being there was only a single copy that was probably seen by very few eyes.
The entire book is viewable in high resolution here, and you can read a description of it here (it appears E-Corpus might have crashed for the moment). The book is currently kept at the Bibliothèque Méjanes in Aix-en-Provence, France. (via Erik Kwakkel)
La photographe suisse Marie Rime a fait une série intitulée « Masques » qui rassemble des portraits de modèles portant des masques entièrement faits avec des jeux : puzzles, cartes, mikados, dames et pions en tous genres. Cela donne un rendu de masques ethniques qui transforment les visages.
the short film captures the hypnotizing movement of the gun's pointed needle puncturing the skin, carefully delivering liquid color onto the malleable flesh.
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"Stop trying to make fetch happen." - Dan2525
E o euromilhões, por favor.
the designs are developed to function as sculptural focal points for specific areas within large interior environments.
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Nothing wrong with being fabulous.
Because we could roll up our windows on whoever we wanted:
And if we don't want to chew our gum anymore, we could just gift it to a group of fans:
Because we can wait patiently while another person regrets who they just backed into:
And tell people to use a dictionary if we don't feel like explaining ourselves:
This comic was created after performing a longitudinal study with a sample size of 2.
Kate in Babooshka (1980) - by callingmewomanandhalfman