[drug dealer voice] hey kid….u want some…..oh fUCk *1000 pictures of steve buscemi fall out of jacket*

btvs appreciation week • day three
       ↳ most heart breaking or happy moment


I always chant this whenever I visit Philly.


Buster Keaton in One Week, a 1920 short


don’t stop believing sucks and everyone who sings it out loud is going to a special place in hell

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congratulations on your face:
charlie day

 ”Knowing that I’m not a model and I’m never going to be has relieved me of the pressure of looking good. If you don’t establish yourself as McDreamy then you don’t have to live up to it.”


Harold Lloyd in High and Dizzy, 1920


can you believe that there are people on this earth who have never seen this video before

Tomorrow and Beyond  Masterpieces of Science Fiction Art 1978 // Carlos Ochagavia


Mom, Dad, I have decided to become an existential concept.

richie + being the baby brother

i just think it’s interesting how everyone in the gang is violent and dangerous but in extremely specific and different ways

like mac, mac has a really short fuse and will lash out if he feels insulted and needs to defend himself, he’s probably the most aggressive out of all of them but it generally doesn’t run very deep. “i don’t know how to express myself except through anger and personal attack” like he literally says it’s just a way of communicating and getting people’s attention because he feels like the situation is out of his control otherwise. he’ll threaten to put his thumb through your eye but he doesn’t really mean it and will forget what he was doing as soon as you find something to distract him with (or stroke his cheeks and call him a baby boy if ur dennis)

dee is constantly raging, like her natural state of being is anger, and almost every time you see her try to act sweet and polite and personable you can tell she’s gritting her teeth and she uses that terrifying high-pitched voice. her threats are a lot more genuine than mac’s and she’s capable of doing real damage to someone, she really went to town on that homeless guy and she set her college roommate on fire, and it’s kind of less that you don’t want to piss her off and more that she’s probably already pissed off and you should stay far far away from her

frank is by far the most rational member of the group (and i don’t mean to say that he possesses any more common sense than they do, i just mean that he thinks with his head instead of his heart) and probably also the most hedonistic, so you usually won’t see him freak out if you say or do something to insult him, but if he’s getting impatient and bored and wants things to move a little faster that’s when he’ll pull the ol’ gun on you

obviously dennis is the one people associate with violence the most, and for good reason: he covets violent acts, he admires them, and he pretty definitely performs them. i think sometimes when he’s caught up in a scheme with mac or charlie or dee he’ll be loud and raucous along with them, but his inclinations are toward being smooth and intimate and (in his mind) charming, like violence is a very personal erotic thing to him and he puts a bone-chilling amount of thought into it and is clearly approaching the desire to associate himself with the label “serial killer”

but honestly i’m the most terrified of charlie because there’s no real way to tell when he’ll snap, and when he does he seems to lose every ounce of humanity and just go wild animal all over his victim. charlie can be cunning and manipulative but if he’s caught off guard and if you get him in a place where he doesn’t like to be gotten, he’s completely feral. he might seem like he’s less dangerous than the rest of them but he’s also the only one of them with a bad room so i think that kind of speaks for itself

these may be the worst characters on tv but there sure is a hell of a lot you can say about them isn’t there