In 1978, when director Martin Scorsese was at an all-time low due to a near overdose resulting from an addiction to cocaine, actor Robert De Niro visited him at the hospital and told him that he had to clean himself up and make this movie about a boxer (which ended up being the film Raging Bull). At first, Scorsese refused (he didn’t like sports movies anyway), but due to De Niro’s persistence, he eventually gave in. Many claim (including Scorsese) that De Niro saved Scorsese’s life by getting him back into work (x).

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This is the first day off in a while I’ve done absolutely nothing (for the most part). Usually I make plans or have an errand to do. Granted there probably was one I needed to do, unless you count getting the last DVD I needed to have all of Tarantino’s movies. I’m laying here with a migraine, feeling completely emotionless, messing with my 4 day old belly button piercing even though I know I’m not supposed to, listening to my starred tracks on spotify (so basically Incubus), and waiting for my boyfriend to here whose head rub game better be on point tonight.

ohh mY GO D this is the video my coworkers were showing people at work and two different managers said “is that cama” “so that’s what cama does outside of work” and then everyone like messed with me all day

❝ Since birth,
I have been
by numbers:
Does it ever
stop? ❞

- Michelle K., Numbers. (via ughhateyou)


Scooby Doo Lost Mysteries by Travis Falligant (x)



"Your dress is too short."

Thanks, the designer used your dick for inspiration.


"Do you know the latest rumor they’ve conjured up, in their fear-induced delirium? The one that beats my boys with a bat! The one they call "The Bear Jew"… is a Golem! An avenging Jew angel, conjured up by a vengeful rabbi, to smite the Aryans!”