do you think he knows
What I find really astonishing isn’t that a giant land snail managed to earn a doctorate, but that he managed to land a national TV spot despite displaying this kind of egregious, disrespectful behaviour towards his co-host.
Laura Dern Face is a Tumblr that catalogs the different faces that Laura Dern makes in movies.
U CANT BREAK OUT OF GAY BABY JAIL
i think this is what sex is?
Sex and pushups?
i googled pussy snorkel
i got a pussy snorkel
oh my god.
WHYYY WERE YOU GOOGLING PUSSY SNORKEL
WHY. WERE. YOU. GOOGLING. PUSSY. SNORKEL.
FOX News Figures Strangely Resemble Kids In The Hall Characters
this really fucking exists?
I’d like to have this read out loud to me.
This is in an art book I have and omfg i can’t stop laughing at it
“St. Nicholas Refusing His Mother’s Milk” is the title. The artist isn’t known.
Todd Smith wants to be wicked at guitar – but he isn’t. He wants Jenny Kolinsky to notice him – but she doesn’t. He wants respect and admiration – but he receives neither, on a daily basis. Driven to the point of desperation, Todd wishes that things could just once go his way. That’s when the Book of Pure Evil enters his life.
Todd the Metal God introduces the series’ two title characters: Todd Smith and the Book of Pure Evil. Where did these characters come from? Series co-creator Craig David Wallace explains his inspiration: “I really loved films like young Sherlock Holmes and the Indiana Jones series, the whole idea of the young something. I decided I really wanted to do the story of Faust, but Faust as a 15-year-old heavy metal kid who wants to get the girl.”
“It focuses on Todd,” Wallace continues, “who’s the one to release the Book from its captivity for the first time in ages, and he uses the Book, and it goes horribly wrong, and he vows to destroy it. And thus, the epic journey begins of him fighting the evil of the Book. Alex House [who plays Todd] was really able to capture the dorky teenager, while also having the sense of vulnerability and innocence, also this sense of sheer ballsy-ness,” says Wallace, “He really knows how to bring the most out of the character – where you can’t believe what an idiot he is at one point, and can’t believe what a sweet guy he is the next.”
“Todd is a teenage metal head stoner who’s not very bright,” explains Alex House [who plays Todd], “He’s very socially awkward and he doesn’t really know how to talk to girls, so he always says the wrong thing and ends up embarrassing himself. But he has moments where he’s very heroic, and kind of rises to the occasion and needs to step up and battle evil. But sometimes there are casualties, unfortunately.”
Todd’s nemesis, the Book of Pure Evil, is by its very namesake a less complicated character. It only has one goal in mind – to be Pure Evil. “A good book wouldn’t be all that interesting,” Wallace says, “I think enough has been said about good books. But evil books, they’re a lot more fun.”