I, Nerd
Hilarious out of context comic book panels

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What context could justify any of these

browncoatfromtheshire:

M: This week, I discovered a terrible Earth disease called ‘loneliness’.

O: Do many people on Earth suffer from this illness?

M: Oh yes, sir. And how they suffer.

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Fun at a local bar!

Fun at a local bar!

Oh, the places you’ll go - a review of “Destiny”

thegcv:

Oh, the places you’ll go – a review of “Destiny”

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The first game in Bungie and Activision’s 10-year, $500 million-dollar franchise has been released and playable on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 3 for more than a week now, and things are just starting to get interesting. And while it is good that things are starting to pick up, it’s not great that it has taken this long for the interesting bits to bubble up to the surface.

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hotelmario:

yungbiochemist:

Kush entirely too fucking loud

hotelmario:

yungbiochemist:

Kush entirely too fucking loud

sirlightbulb:

sirlightbulb:

sirlightbulb:

You have not lived life until you have eaten a spoonful of pure peanut butter

Unless you have a peanut allergy

Then you are living life just fine and I would advise you to disregard my previous statement

siren-comstock:

sometimes i think about how portal was a game with no male characters, featuring a WOC protagonist and an excellent female antagonist who were both anything but sexualised, and yet somehow still managed to create an interesting and engaging experience for female and male gamers alike, win awards, and get a sequel, and then i look at people who say “games with female protagonists don’t sell” and i laugh. for a very long time.

thebritishdeer:

temporalwalker:

Why does Arin look like he’s about to drop the R&B album of the century?

Late night office!

Late night office!

Holding in your anger at work

Holding in your anger at work