nosleeptilbushwick:

I want a marriage like this.

I might have reblogged it here, but here we go again.

(Source: awkwardlyobnoxious)

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gifsofthe80s:

New York City Breakers - 1984

I didn’t have the coordination for any of this, so I’d just do some human beat boxing like I was Biz Markie or the not-so-fat Fat Boy The Human Beat Box. (R.I.P. H.B.B.)

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misfits-blog:

Misfits, Live in Allentown, Pennsylvania, 2008 (Part 2)

Photos by Chris Francz

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rudeboy308:

I’ve paid tribute to GWAR in a few of my posters, and now with the recent death of Dave Brockie (a.k.a. Oderus Urungus), here they are in one post.  I didn’t make the one with him in it, but I like it, so I’m including it.  

R.I.P., Dave!  I hope you got to Metal Metal Land safely.

First four, top to bottom:  Boku Wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai; Death Sweeper; K-On; and Excel Saga, a title that is just as consistently f***ed up as GWAR’s music, videos, and live shows.

Reblogging for my music page.

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Dave Grohl as the devil in Tenacious D: The Pick of Destiny, a movie that tanked at the box office because it’s too awesome and too metal for the lame tastes of the unwashed masses.

(Source: summonthetodd)

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misfits-blog:

Misfits - Every Single “Whoa-oh”

Almost every single “whoa-oh” in almost every single Misfits song. “Go!”, “oohs”, and “ahs” not included. 

I must say, Hatebreeders and American Psycho made this kind of difficult.

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misfits-blog:

Misfits - The Devil’s Rain (Live in New York City)

Only/Cadena/Arce

Composed by Jerry Only

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oneeyeddoll:

lydia-theda:

Artix Pony cross-stitch
I made this … oh, maybe two, three, years ago? when AE came out with their Ponies vs Ponies game, and promptly forgot about it. But then I started playing Battle Gems, and dug this back out … No clue what I should do with it though. The hoop made a lot of dirt marks on the fabric :P I should clean it someday.
I didn’t actually use a pattern for this. Just overlaid a grid on the picture and went from there, guesstimating my way through. It doesn’t seem too off, proportion-wise. Although I think I probably should’ve made the background full cross stitch instead of half, and/or used a lighter color for the grass things, whatever they are. (Too lazy to make flowers)
The border is pulled from the theme song by Kimberly Freeman/One-Eyed Doll. (It gets in your head, so fair warning if you’re going to listen.) I was going to use the “rainbowy ponies and sunshiny ponies” line for the longer sides, but it’d be missing a few ‘and’s and I thought the endless nature of “ponies and ponies” fit better with the song … and the ridiculousness of how that game came into being in the first place.

Wow, I’m impressed with your mad skills! Just sent a screenie to Artix. I think he’ll love it, too.. xo -kimberly

I’ve imagined myself using that song for a lullabye for my baby niece, and her Mom and Dad looking at me like I lost my mind.

oneeyeddoll:

lydia-theda:

Artix Pony cross-stitch

I made this … oh, maybe two, three, years ago? when AE came out with their Ponies vs Ponies game, and promptly forgot about it. But then I started playing Battle Gems, and dug this back out … No clue what I should do with it though. The hoop made a lot of dirt marks on the fabric :P I should clean it someday.

I didn’t actually use a pattern for this. Just overlaid a grid on the picture and went from there, guesstimating my way through. It doesn’t seem too off, proportion-wise. Although I think I probably should’ve made the background full cross stitch instead of half, and/or used a lighter color for the grass things, whatever they are. (Too lazy to make flowers)

The border is pulled from the theme song by Kimberly Freeman/One-Eyed Doll. (It gets in your head, so fair warning if you’re going to listen.) I was going to use the “rainbowy ponies and sunshiny ponies” line for the longer sides, but it’d be missing a few ‘and’s and I thought the endless nature of “ponies and ponies” fit better with the song … and the ridiculousness of how that game came into being in the first place.

Wow, I’m impressed with your mad skills! Just sent a screenie to Artix. I think he’ll love it, too.. xo -kimberly

I’ve imagined myself using that song for a lullabye for my baby niece, and her Mom and Dad looking at me like I lost my mind.

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