This by far is the most awesome door at the library ever.   But is it bigger on the inside? Somebody at the library is a Whovian. They have no idea that they made my day.

This by far is the most awesome door at the library ever. But is it bigger on the inside? Somebody at the library is a Whovian. They have no idea that they made my day.

ozziescribbler:

jamsage:

thewomanfromitaly:

mimeparadox:

thewomanfromitaly:

bikiniarmorbattledamage:

 submitted:

This is the Zero Suit Samus design from the new Smash Bros. How the mighty have fallen.

Just read about this redesign on Wario’s blog, but didn’t see the full-body image… WOW, are those heels fucking terrible(also tasteless as hell)

Added Samus’s previous design for the reference.

~Ozzie

This is particularly upsetting since, as Dingo pointed out in a recent submission:

This is disappointing as Metroid was one of the first highly successful games to star an original female lead in a way that was inconsequential to gameplay and completely lacking in gender signifiers.

Samus is ~ 6’3”, 200lbs of space bounty-hunter whoopass.

Samus needs high heels like a barracuda needs a unicycle.

- wincenworks

In all honesty, I’m totally down with all of these criticisms but ZSS herself basically only exists as because she’s a sexy marketing mechanism, this doesnt surprise me. Not only that, but I’m TOTALLY down for kicking someone in the face with those heels.

Wait, so we’re supposed to believe that she wears heels…while she’s inside an armor…that has no heels?  How?  

See, my guess there is because of the same laws of the universe that dictate that her skin-tight suit and excessive jiggling are requirements. Same laws of the universe that dictate that women shouldn’t wear realistic armor, only ones that make them look pretty on the battlefield!

Did I say laws of the universe? I meant iron fist of misogynistic gamerbros. But I’m gonna be taking advantage of those heels, T R U S T M E

I had assumed they were supposed to function like the long fall boots from portal…  guess i was wrong

Even if they were supposed to work that way (which is highly unlikely, I’ve read they’re some kind of rocket boots), their design does not convey that in the slightest.

Notice how actual long fall boots and advanced knee replacements from Portal are designed to resemble running prosthesis  and bouncing stilts

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Valve does their research.

Nintento just slaps butt-ugly 4-inch heels on a female character only because they can.

Reblogging because this post needs more exposure.  

hiddenheartsvenus:

Seriously, a tux and sunglasses, in the middle of the afternoon. WHERE WERE YOU THAT REQUIRED A TUX, MAMORU?! Some kind of function where you had to dress to impress?! TELL ME!

It was International Suit Up Day.

rlpaperadventures:

i haven’t seen anyone mention how adorable zelda’s ‘found a thing’ stance is and i think that needs to be rectifiedinstead of link’s dorky “heLL YEAH" she seems so dignified and grateful like "thank you box for containing this thing we are eternally grateful for your services to hyrule”

Zelda why are you so cute?

rlpaperadventures:

i haven’t seen anyone mention how adorable zelda’s ‘found a thing’ stance is and i think that needs to be rectified
instead of link’s dorky “heLL YEAH" she seems so dignified and grateful like "thank you box for containing this thing we are eternally grateful for your services to hyrule

Zelda why are you so cute?

afangirlsview:

I think the real question here is WHY does Sherlock keep poisonous things in the kitchen?

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It’s canon.  Sherlock Holmes has always kept dangerous stuff in the kitchen.  Watson is all “clean the place up, Holmes.” but then Holmes distracts him with a flashback and we never find out if Holmes cleaned up.

Our chambers were always full of chemicals and of criminal relics which had a way of wandering into unlikely positions, and of turning up in the butter-dish or in even less desirable places. - The Musgrave Ritual