archiemcphee:

Schlecky Silberstein found this incredible pair of snakeskin boots that featuring cobra heads mounted on the toes, their hoods expanded in threatening display. Unfortunately we don’t know who created such fantastic footwear (please let us know if you do), nor can we make up our minds if they belong on the feet of a supervillain or superhero, but either way they’re strangely awesome.
[via Technabob]

archiemcphee:

Schlecky Silberstein found this incredible pair of snakeskin boots that featuring cobra heads mounted on the toes, their hoods expanded in threatening display. Unfortunately we don’t know who created such fantastic footwear (please let us know if you do), nor can we make up our minds if they belong on the feet of a supervillain or superhero, but either way they’re strangely awesome.

[via Technabob]

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probertson:

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set the controls for the heart of the pikachu

standardgrey:

set the controls for the heart of the pikachu

Yokai Watch STINK MONSTER!

SOON.
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mikejwitz:

Hup! Ha! Yah! Wahoo!

mikejwitz:

Hup! Ha! Yah! Wahoo!

archiemcphee:

Check out this awesome Pac-Man street rod. It was designed and built by Larry Wood and Rod Powell in 1982. They used Peterbilt truck fenders and Volkswagen top panels for the body. The project took about two months and cost $75,000. It was powered by a supercharged, gold-plated Buick V-6 engine, but we really hope it made Pac-Man’s munching sounds as it drove down the street.

[via Screenburn]

brendon-urie-the-raging-homo:

tvpsy:

white people in their natural habitat

Everybody was kung fu fighting

brendon-urie-the-raging-homo:

tvpsy:

white people in their natural habitat

Everybody was kung fu fighting