I don’t think they’re underachievers. I think they are overachievers. Their vision far exceeds their ability to execute that vision. They’re not the brightest bulbs, but they are certainly motivated. They work really, really hard to destroy whatever is in their path to get what they want and often times they succeed more than their faculties should allow. They are definitely not a reflection of who we are wholly as people. But there are aspects not only of us, the five of us, but aspects of ALL of humanity that we like to pretend don’t exist. But they’re there. Lying somewhere in the darkest caverns of our psyche beaten down by years of evolution, cooperation, etiquette. It’s just a matter of whether or not we choose to indulge them. These characters not only indulge them, they seem to revel in them, to cultivate them. To cherish them as weapons to be used in their pursuit of annihilating their own insecurities. But maybe that’s reading into it took much. Maybe they’re just assholes- Rob McElhenney.
comic about how I’ve been feeling recently
Ameowadeus, starring Christoph Waltz, Kevin Spacey, Ben Kingsley, Gary Oldman, Mandy Patinkin, Abbie Cornish, and Jimmy Kimmel
Just discovered this video in miss-temple's twitter time line and I still can't believe it actually exists…
oh my god, my whole childhood in a post
those fucking chip holders i forgot they even existed omg
Oh god! Haven’t seen some of that stuff in a while reminds me of the good ‘ol days
Me trying to save my academic career
What’s the oldest person who’s asked you to do that (call people bitch)?
She was probably pushing a good 90, 95. I’m not even kidding! This woman comes up to me, and she’s like “Oh my god, I love you so much!”. And she’s very old, very frail. Very frail.
Selbstportrait, 8.3.2014: Der Aktenvernichter.