Submission #2 by jaybushman:
“Remember that time Barrett simply walked into Mordor? That was awesome.”
I have no idea why I’m wearing a cowboy hat (or even care, really) because of how much this made me laugh. Also, I love that my “history” now includes fantasy scenarios.
Where the hell are you guys finding these photos?
If you saw me yesterday and I was cackling with glee, it was because I was making this.
Shane Nickerson: online>IRL
Occasionally, I run into some of the people I interact with every day on Twitter and the Internet in the real world. Whether it’s at a party, a comedy show, or holy crap, a TWEETUP, I’m ashamed to tell you that I fully dread these real life encounters. Even though you people provide me with the…
If i’ve ever seemed uncomfortable or embarrassed or weird, please see above.
Nine Inch Nails on Dance Party USA (by Uktrayf)
This brings up many complex emotions. Many of which probably can only be expressed with brand new german portmanteux.
“How about that time Barrett helped knock down the Berlin Wall?”
Ah yes. Many people mistakenly attribute the famous, “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall,” line to United States President Ronald Reagen.
In actuality, President Reagen had paused to take a sip of water at the very moment that Barrett yelled the momentous line over the roar of the crowd.
That was June 12, 1987. Over two years later, on November 9th, 1989, Barrett single-handedly knocked over the first section of the wall with a headbutt.
I love the internet so much.
Barrett lands on the moon.
How about that time Barrett helped knock down the Berlin Wall?
always reblog Clue
Reblogging was just a red herring!