Carry On and Cary Grant

tastefullyoffensive:

Purritos (Kitten Burritos) [via chelsea marshall]

Watch a Tutorial on How to Make a Proper Purrito

spookyjacob:

ur not allowed to be busy youre my only friend

via teen-derp
imstillnewtothis:

no

imstillnewtothis:

no

via moriarty · originally by assistanttothemanager
via laugh-addict · originally by bilinguist

ediebrit:

this video saved my life

via moriarty · originally by teresagudice
via victoriagraysons · originally by pinterest.com

englishsnow:

 silver_neon

via stephen-fryster · originally by englishsnow
President John F. Kennedy walks with his son, John F. Kennedy, Jr., along the West Wing Colonnade of the White House, Washington, D.C., October 10, 1963.

Whovians this christmas

via starry-eyedandstormy · originally by war-doctor

naughtychekov:

on a scale from khan to steve rogers how well do you handle being turned into a superhuman science experiment and frozen for decades

via woefullyinaccurate · originally by naughty-chekov

tikabitchie:

SHADE

via tyleroakley · originally by cocaineteas

The Dick Van Dyke Show opening titles

The show was an excellent vehicle for Dick Van Dyke’s physical comedy and sight gags. The classic example is the scene in the opening titles, in which Dick enters through the front door and trips over the ottoman.

Producers filmed three versions: one in which he trips over the ottoman, one in which he steps around it, and a rarely seen third variation in which he avoids the ottoman and then trips on the carpet.

According to Dick, viewers used to make bets during the opening titles on whether or not Rob Petrie would trip over the ottoman, coming into the house.

via mattybing1025 · originally by frdirector

waterar:

what a polite child 

via tyleroakley · originally by epic-vines