say goodbye to ur precious animes
First of all staff, the plural of anime is anime, no s.
Second of all, how the fuck could you do this? This just isn’t fair. You’re not even educated on anime (you don’t even know the plural..) and yet you’re just taking it away? Why don’t you watch some good anime. I’m sure you’ll change your mind.. Why don’t you try Neon Genesis Avengelion, or a classic like Free! (one of my personal faves)
shut up nerd
Yeah, great movie, cute scene, hooray Ferris Bueller is very cool.
What kind of sunbathing is that? Look at them. They’re both completely in the shade. The sun is coming from behind them and creating a halo for the blonde girl, but other than that I have no idea what they could be getting out of this experience.
The movie is set in Illinois and, according to the Wikipedia page, takes place on a spring day. In Illinois, it’s not uncommon for winter conditions to persist well into March and April. It’s true that the climate in Chicago in the spring can get up to one hundred degrees, but it can also get as low as seven degrees and, given Ferris’s jeans and long-sleeved jacket, I’m assuming it isn’t 100 or anywhere near it. Ferris and Sloane went swimming earlier, so it must be KIND of warm, but not warm enough NOW that Ferris feels compelled to take his warm-looking jacket off even while he’s sprinting at top speed. Even if it WAS an unseasonably warm day in Chicago, it likely wouldn’t STAY warm late into the afternoon, which is when this scene takes place (let’s call it 4:00pm).
So these two women are wearing bathing suits outside, in the shade, facing away from the sun at one of the cooler times of day during a fairly cool (or at least not hot) time of the year. And they have big beach towels. Why? For the pool? Bullshit. Are you telling me that this backyard has a pool that we can’t see? Look at all of that unused real estate between the house and the chairs; why wouldn’t they put the pool there? How the crap deep is this yard?
People might question why the blonde girl so eagerly shakes Ferris’s hand when she SHOULD be concerned that a stranger just ran through her backyard, but I actually think it’s perfectly in keeping with her character, because she is a woman who sunbathes in the shade at cool times in the late afternoon. Every decision she makes is questionable; not raising a fuss when Ferris trespasses is just another misstep in a long line of missteps for her.
(This is what it’s like to watch movies with me.)
RELEVANT TO HUMANITY
Relevant to tumblr.
Relevant to existence.
I am afraid this is actually a true thing, whether you want it to be true or not.
Jerry’s jokes are all poorly-received, but it doesn’t matter. In the end, he and all his audiences will be dead, and nearly all of them will grow largely unremembered as time progresses.
Kramer strikes a child and finds that, perhaps through some psychosomatic effect, the pain is reflected on his own anatomy. However, his pain and pleasure, along with those of the child, prove inevitably meaningless. The event neither hastens nor delays either’s demise.
George attempts to disgust women he meets in a desperate pursuit of novelty, trading any possibility of reciprocated affection for the hope that something in his life may change. Whether anything does, in fact, change or not, the inevitable outcome will have as much meaning as if it all remained exactly the same. He remains unaware that his venture is futile.
Elaine throws her morality to the four winds the instant she realizes there will be no punishments for her actions. The streets are soon littered with the corpses of her fallen acquaintances. Millennia later, anyone who may have cared is long dead. Life on Earth has been annihilated by its supposedly “most intelligent” species. Deep within the festering, barren pool of pollution, a chemical reaction stirs in its initial stages, a process that will later result in another surge of conscious existence on what had once been called Earth. None of the creatures will ever know about Elaine’s rampant disregard for human life. It doesn’t matter.
It’s a show about nothing
Earth from Russia’s Elektro-L satellite
This animation, comprised of images taken by the Russian Elektro-L weather satellite from a geostationary orbit at a distance of 36,000 km, shows the changing illumination of Earth as it rotated on the autumnal equinox.
Credit: Roscosmos / Vitaliy Egorov
Combing his long luxurious hair