The Savage Ape Man

The blog for my comix, my toys and all the nonsense I get around to here in paradise.

July 19, 2014 at 10:28pm
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probertson:

2014 Comic Con Gravity Falls poster

probertson:

2014 Comic Con Gravity Falls poster

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10:27pm
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percychekov:

sirdef:

northwangerabbey:

Sulu’s like “whatever, drama queen.”

is sulu texting

he’s livetweeting chekov’s problems

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10:24pm
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catsbeaversandducks:

Just some kittens wearing bibs, you know…

Photos by ©shimejiwasabi

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10:21pm
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10:20pm
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deeplistening:

nubbsgalore:

fireflies in timelapse, photos by (click pic) vincent bradytakehito miyataketsuneaki hiramatsu and spencer black

kolebearsmash & viaariel

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10:20pm
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emmilions:

kdhart:

nativeamericannews:

Mysterious ‘Horned’ Sea Monster Washes Ashore in Spain; Officials Baffled
When a beachgoer stumbled upon the 13-foot long sea creature on Luis Siret Beach in Villaricos, Spain she immediately snapped some pictures of it and posted them online, but what the creature is has officials puzzled.

oh my dear god.

I AM SCARED
THE OCEAN AND ITS UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES HORRIFY ME
NINETY!!!! FIVE!!!! PERCENT!!!!!!!! OF THE OCEAN IS UNEXPLORED
DO YOU UNDERSTAND
ONLY 5% OF THE OCEAN HAS BEEN DISCOVERED
MERMAIDS AND WATER DRAGONS AND SHIT ARE REAL, THEY ARE SO FUCKING REAL AND THIS PROVES IT I HAVE ALWAYS SAID THIS AND NONE OF U BELIEVED ME FUCK ALL Y’ALL

emmilions:

kdhart:

nativeamericannews:

Mysterious ‘Horned’ Sea Monster Washes Ashore in Spain; Officials Baffled

When a beachgoer stumbled upon the 13-foot long sea creature on Luis Siret Beach in Villaricos, Spain she immediately snapped some pictures of it and posted them online, but what the creature is has officials puzzled.

oh my dear god.

I AM SCARED

THE OCEAN AND ITS UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES HORRIFY ME

NINETY!!!! FIVE!!!! PERCENT!!!!!!!! OF THE OCEAN IS UNEXPLORED

DO YOU UNDERSTAND

ONLY 5% OF THE OCEAN HAS BEEN DISCOVERED

MERMAIDS AND WATER DRAGONS AND SHIT ARE REAL, THEY ARE SO FUCKING REAL AND THIS PROVES IT I HAVE ALWAYS SAID THIS AND NONE OF U BELIEVED ME FUCK ALL Y’ALL

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11:06am
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Scenery from The Wiz (1978)

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11:03am
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Reblogged from nefermaathotep
morosky:

Alligator hunting was very profitable in the 1800’s-1900’s. The skins were used to make shoes, bags, belts and other items.
However, hunters often lost their arms and sometimes their lives as they rustled the swampy waters at night attempting to attract alligators to the surface, so they decided to use slave babies as bait.
This horrendous act was later characterized in sheet music, post cards and figurines, years later, a candy manufacturer of black licorice drops created a distasteful advertisement that featured a hungry looking alligator leering at a bug-eyed Black Baby.
The ad read: A dainty little morsel” For decades, the popular candy was referred to as “nigger babies”. The name was later changed to “nibs” and is still on the market today.


Jesus Fucking Christ… I used to like that candy.

morosky:

Alligator hunting was very profitable in the 1800’s-1900’s. The skins were used to make shoes, bags, belts and other items.

However, hunters often lost their arms and sometimes their lives as they rustled the swampy waters at night attempting to attract alligators to the surface, so they decided to use slave babies as bait.

This horrendous act was later characterized in sheet music, post cards and figurines, years later, a candy manufacturer of black licorice drops created a distasteful advertisement that featured a hungry looking alligator leering at a bug-eyed Black Baby.

The ad read: A dainty little morsel” For decades, the popular candy was referred to as “nigger babies”. The name was later changed to “nibs” and is still on the market today.

Jesus Fucking Christ… I used to like that candy.

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10:58am
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Reblogged from sandandglass

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