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franklytriggering asked: WHY ARE YOU SUCH A HUGE FURRY

I blame cartoons.

They did this to me.

cnuculator:

GOOGLE PUPPIES IN PAJAMAS

cnuculator:

GOOGLE PUPPIES IN PAJAMAS

toastradamus:

She’s sunbathing

(via weeaboo-chan)

groovy-tiger:

I really wanted to draw those two ♥

I don’t know if it’s already done, I’m totally new to this.

Totally inspired by this. 

totallynotagentphilcoulson:

catbountry:

totallynotagentphilcoulson:

toastradamus:

Harrison Ford was in talks to play Eddie Valiant but plans fell through cause his price was too high

THANK GOD

Okay Harrison Ford is my favorite actor ever but I cannot in any conceivable way imagine him instead of Bob Hoskins as Eddie Valiant.

Honestly I can’t see anyone but Bob Hoskins as Eddie Valiant Hoskins was perfect for the role.

To be fair, Harrison Ford is physically closer to the Eddie Valiant of the book, but Bob Hoskins just killed it as Eddie and I think made him a lot more memorable than the book version.

Book version Eddie Valiant was blonde, chisel-jawed former Marine with very little in the way of backstory.

Reminds me I still need to track down a copy of the book. Maybe I should see if there’s a pdf floating around somewhere

The book isn’t as enjoyable as the movie (and in fact has some very skeevy bits in it) but I think it’s worth reading for some of the stranger ideas that would have never worked in a film, such as speech bubbles appearing from Toons’ mouths and whatnot.

dustybins:

catbountry:

totallynotagentphilcoulson:

toastradamus:

Harrison Ford was in talks to play Eddie Valiant but plans fell through cause his price was too high

THANK GOD

Okay Harrison Ford is my favorite actor ever but I cannot in any conceivable way imagine him instead of Bob Hoskins as Eddie Valiant.

Honestly I can’t see anyone but Bob Hoskins as Eddie Valiant Hoskins was perfect for the role.

To be fair, Harrison Ford is physically closer to the Eddie Valiant of the book, but Bob Hoskins just killed it as Eddie and I think made him a lot more memorable than the book version.

Book version Eddie Valiant was blonde, chisel-jawed former Marine with very little in the way of backstory.

isnt the book overall racist and rapey and mean spirited and much less fun ?

Yeah that too.

belligerently:

i just really don’t want us, as a society, to forget about how many chicken soup for the soul books exist

(via uglytshirt)

lifeloser:

A break in the journey

lifeloser:

A break in the journey

(via astromot)

toastradamus:

Back to the Future was amazing and Forrest Gump was pretty good but lets be honest

Who Framed Roger Rabbit was Robert Zemeckis’s best movie

(via totallynotagentphilcoulson)

totallynotagentphilcoulson:

toastradamus:

Harrison Ford was in talks to play Eddie Valiant but plans fell through cause his price was too high

THANK GOD

Okay Harrison Ford is my favorite actor ever but I cannot in any conceivable way imagine him instead of Bob Hoskins as Eddie Valiant.

Honestly I can’t see anyone but Bob Hoskins as Eddie Valiant Hoskins was perfect for the role.

To be fair, Harrison Ford is physically closer to the Eddie Valiant of the book, but Bob Hoskins just killed it as Eddie and I think made him a lot more memorable than the book version.

Book version Eddie Valiant was blonde, chisel-jawed former Marine with very little in the way of backstory.