“Not you, Stephen. You’re right where you belong.”
OSCARS WEEK: Day 6
Advice from Adventure Time (Bulletin Board)
“Dude, sucking at something is the first step to being sorta good at something”
- Jake the Dog
“I know who I am and I’ll know what I want if and when it ever comes along.”
- Fionna the Human
“This cosmic dance of bursting decadence and withheld permissions twists all our arms collectively, but if sweetness can win, and it can, then I’ll still be here tomorrow to high-five you yesterday, my friend. Peace.”
- Royal Tart Toter
“Sometimes you see things that are real, and other times it’s like crazy, crazy, crazy, in your face, all the time.”
- Ice King
“When bad things happen, I know you want to believe they are a joke, But sometimes life is scary and dark. That is why we must find the light.”
“No one flicks me in the butt without my consent.”
- Finn the Human
“People make mistakes. It’s part of growing up and you never really stop growing.”
- Duke of Nuts
“Sometimes you want someone and you want to kiss them and be with them, but you can’t because responsibility demands sacrifice.”
- Princess Bubblegum
“I pay attention to things I see you being all about.”
- Prince Gumball
“Bad biscuits make the baker broke, bro.”
- Jake the Dog
“Everything small is just a small version of something big!”
- Finn the Human
“Even if we like each other, we’re still going to hurt each other.”
- Flame Princess
Best advice in my life.
Reasons AT is my show of shows.
(via heckyeah-adventuretime)Source: dewogong
My buddy’s amazing band, Sanglorians.
She plays a wicked keyboard and does amazing backing vocals.
If anyone out there in Tumblr-verse can tell me how I would “misinterpret” said question as anything but hurtful, please let me know.
I’d like to know how my housemate had the audacity to ask this after I had told him about an unaccomplished date idea I had with my last boyfriend. How did he really think this could be an innocent question, knowing that everything was so hard for me after the break up?
For now, I see nothing in this friendship worth salvaging. Yes, I cried because I felt like I was deceived in who I thought was my friend, but not for a friend. There were no characteristics of this man that I could feel upset about losing.
And that’s the reality.
Adventure Time’s loss is Regular Show’s gain - literally - as the latter walks away tonight with the Emmy for Outstanding Short-format Animated Program (“Eggscellent”). Our nominated episode was Jesse and Tom’s “Too Young,” the first Lemongrab short featuring a young Princess Bubblegum. A big congratulations to JG and his crew on a job well done, and a hearty congratulations and thank you to Pen, Tom, Jesse, Larry, and the entire Adventure Time crew for a fantastic episode of a truly wonderful series.
Both were really great episodes. Congrats!Source: adventuretime
Summer’s almost over. I’m still going to play this all year round.
It would be hilariously horrifying if I started to personify my anxiety. Gave it a name and gender and referred to it as such. Maybe changed the name once in a while. I just learned about Doug Rattman so tonight/this morning, we’ll go with Doug.
Doug won’t let me sleep tonight.
Conversely, Doug’s keeping me from getting out of bed.
Doug won’t stop shaking my hands.
I’m going to grind my teeth to dust because of fucking Doug.
Doug has really been getting to me lately- I need to up my meds.
I wish I made Doug up, but he is very real.
And sometimes, Doug is strangely motivating. He gets me out of bed because I want to accomplish something. He makes me realize that some situations are uncontrollable and I have to learn to accept it.
1 MILLION YEARS DUNGEON!
…if this doesn’t win.
“Too Young” Scores Emmy Nomination
A big tip of the hat to Pen Ward, writer/boarders Tom Herpich & Jesse Moynihan, director Larry Leichleiter, and the whole cast & crew on today’s Creative Arts Emmy nomination in the Outstanding Short-format Animated Program category. The show is up against MAD, Phineas & Ferb, Regular Show, and Robot Chicken. The Emmys will be doled out September 23 in L.A.
I went to this show.
I was 18, and had just had my first break up.
I realized I was wasting my energy on crying instead of dancing to Daft Punk. Things got better after that.
I could use some Daft Punk now.
LIKE and REBLOG if you’re into Daft Punk (Taken with Instagram at Goldenvoice / AEG Live Office)