Maisie speaks truths
Kit reads a Craigslist posting from a fan with a very specific request: "I’ve recently purchased a replica of the Iron Throne as seen in the television show…" (x)
straight from the ministry of magic, y’all.
This is probably one of the best things I’ve ever seen.
does anyone else wake up in the middle of their dream, and you just love the dream you’re having so much and you try to go back to sleep thinking about it so it can continue off from the same part before you woke up or is it just me
No, it’s not just you and it never works out :(
If you’ve seen a better picture of a dog dressed as two dogs carrying a present today, I don’t believe you.
SAM SPRATT’s 2014 PORTRAIT GIVEAWAY
In short: Reblogs and Likes of this picture are each entries to have me paint a personalized portrait of you.
In slightly less short: Longtime followers are no stranger to these contests but for those new to this or me, I’m an illustrator (my work: www.samspratt.com ) who has worked with National Geographic, Janelle Monáe, Childish Gambino, FX, Game Informer, Angry Birds, Wall Street Journal, among others – creating album and magazine covers, advertisements, and posters – but a big part of me being able to do all that has been you sharing my work over the last 3 years. As my small way of paying that forward, I’d like to paint for one of you as I would for my clients, but ya know … for free. Maybe you want that regal portrait of you in a velvet smoking jacket to hang over your mantel, maybe one of your loved one, favorite character, or perhaps you just want me to paint you however I see fit (warning: this will 100% involve dinosaurs) – if you can think it, I’ll probably paint it – and I’ll work with you to make it something special.
As usual I’ll also be sending signed prints and haikus about your eyebrows to extra winners. The contest will stay open for about a week then I’ll randomly draw winners. You can enter on facebook and twitter for extra entries but be cool and don’t spam your followers.
THIS IS MY NEW FAVORITE THING ON TUMBLR GOODNESS
I can just imagine Ellen going to her neighbors’ houses, looking all official with glasses and a clipboard.
“Hey Ellen, what’s up?”
“I’m going around the neighborhood taking a poll.”
“What’s the question?”
“Has my marriage hurt your marriage?”
“Good to know. Thanks for participating, here, have a sticker.”