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murrayscheese:

oh Gus Gus. you’re one of the good ones.
Update: Apparently this is CORN. Thinking back, we realize this is true BUT here are some facts to consider:
1. that is the cheesiest looking corn we’ve ever seen, Disney artists.
2. everyone knows that mice love cheese
3. gus is a little rotund so naturally he eats a lot of cheese.

murrayscheese:

oh Gus Gus. you’re one of the good ones.

Update: Apparently this is CORN. Thinking back, we realize this is true BUT here are some facts to consider:

1. that is the cheesiest looking corn we’ve ever seen, Disney artists.

2. everyone knows that mice love cheese

3. gus is a little rotund so naturally he eats a lot of cheese.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

raintree196. 085/365. 沒有完美的情人可以訂製, 但可以選擇情人節怎麼過的美好!

darksilenceinsuburbia:

raintree196. 085/365. 沒有完美的情人可以訂製, 但可以選擇情人節怎麼過的美好!

storyboard:

Inside the Gleefully Obsessed World of One Direction Superfandom
There are a few pivotal dates imprinted in the minds of every One Direction superfan.
There’s November 13, 2010, when the British boy band performed Natalie Imbruglia’s “Torn” live on The X Factor (it would become their anthem). There’s June 10, 2012, the start of the band’s U.S. tour, when Louis Tomlinson leapfrogged over frontman Harry Styles on stage, at a fan’s request. There’s the time Harry “saved” a fan from being crushed while in Mexico. And when the boys performed on Saturday Night Live.
But perhaps the most important date — July 1, 2012 — happened at a show diehard fans simply call “the end.” This is how how “Directioners” have deemed the final performance of One Direction’s first U.S. tour, which culminated on a balmy Sunday in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It’s not actually the end, of course; the band is simply taking a six-month hiatus before the start of their 2013 tour. Still, it was inevitably a night that would go down in Directioner history. 
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storyboard:

Inside the Gleefully Obsessed World of One Direction Superfandom

There are a few pivotal dates imprinted in the minds of every One Direction superfan.

There’s November 13, 2010, when the British boy band performed Natalie Imbruglia’s “Torn” live on The X Factor (it would become their anthem). There’s June 10, 2012, the start of the band’s U.S. tour, when Louis Tomlinson leapfrogged over frontman Harry Styles on stage, at a fan’s request. There’s the time Harry “saved” a fan from being crushed while in Mexico. And when the boys performed on Saturday Night Live.

But perhaps the most important date — July 1, 2012 — happened at a show diehard fans simply call “the end.” This is how how “Directioners” have deemed the final performance of One Direction’s first U.S. tour, which culminated on a balmy Sunday in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It’s not actually the end, of course; the band is simply taking a six-month hiatus before the start of their 2013 tour. Still, it was inevitably a night that would go down in Directioner history. 

Read More

onedirection:

pintswithnialler sent in this great photo of Louis. Thanks for sharing!
“pintswithnialler: I took this at the Houston concert on 06/24/12 :)”

onedirection:

pintswithnialler sent in this great photo of Louis. Thanks for sharing!

pintswithnialler: I took this at the Houston concert on 06/24/12 :)”

darksilenceinsuburbia:

 Karen Sugden. Albino Peacock #1.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

 Karen Sugden. Albino Peacock #1.

collegehumor:

Puppy at the Beach
It’s like this picture was photoshopped by God.

collegehumor:

Puppy at the Beach

It’s like this picture was photoshopped by God.

jennilee:

stopping off place
murrayscheese:

who are these children and why do they love cheese so much?

murrayscheese:

who are these children and why do they love cheese so much?

gleeky:

Moving episode posters » 1x01 Pilot