scottish stuff
lastyearsgirl:

(via The Top 20 Indy Posters are… |)

I love the really simple one with the butterflies too.

lastyearsgirl:

(via The Top 20 Indy Posters are… |)

I love the really simple one with the butterflies too.

charalanahzard:

The most broken rule in gaming history.

charalanahzard:

The most broken rule in gaming history.

madame-mayor:

favourite moviessister act

Bless us, oh Lord, for these Thy gifts which we are about to receive. And yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of no food, I will fear no hunger. We want you to give us this day, our daily bread. And to the republic for which it stands, and by the power invested in me, I pronounce us ready to eat. Amen.

    owl friends
biomorphosis:

A curious little morepork owl.

biomorphosis:

A curious little morepork owl.

heterophobianca:

please calm down about mediocre males

    nicely done

fuckyeahorchestra:

The Boston Symphony was performing Beethoven’s Ninth. In the piece, there’s a long passage about 20 minutes during which the double basses have nothing to do. Rather than sit around the whole time looking stupid, some bassists decided to sneak offstage and go to the tavern next door for a quick one. After slamming several beers in quick succession (as double bassists are prone to do), one of them looked at his watch. “Hey! We need to get back!”

"No need to panic," said a fellow bassist.

"I thought we might need some extra time, so I tied the last few pages of the conductor’s score together with string. It’ll take him a few minutes to get it untangled."

A few moments later they staggered back to the concert hall and took their places in the orchestra. About this time, a member of the audience noticed the conductor seemed a bit edgy and said as much to her companion.

"Well, of course," said her companion. "Don’t you see?
It’s the bottom of the Ninth, the score is tied, and the bassists are loaded.”