I love accurate deadpool cosplay gifs.
This is why we need a real R rated Deadpool movie.
Protip: It IS Deadpool. He comes through the fourth wall to go to cons as himself
Fuck this is perfect
MY GRANDMA GOT ALL A’S IN “ETIQUETTE” (YES THAT WAS AN ACTUAL CLASS IN HER HIGH SCHOOL) AND SHE TOLD ME, “DEAR,” SHE SAID,
“YOU NEVER CROSS YOUR LEGS, YOU CROSS YOUR ANKLES. BUT THE GREAT THING ABOUT YOU LIVING IN THIS GENERATION IS YOU DON’T HAVE TO FOLLOW MY GENERATION’S RULES. SIT THE WAY YOU WANT. IF SOMEONE LOOKS UP YOUR SKIRT, JUST TELL THEM YOUR AUNT MARY WILL KILL THEM.”
WHICH IS TRUE
MY AUNT MARY HAD A SWITCHBLADE IN A SPECIAL POCKET OF HER NIGHTGOWN UNTIL THE DAY SHE DIED
the moral of this story is
1. Sit the way you want.
2. My great aunt Mary was a fucking badass.
Aunt Mary is my new hero
Progressive rock band Porcupine Tree was originally an outlet for frontman Steven Wilson to create psychedelic and electronica music in the late 1980’s/early 1990’s, releasing many solo albums under that moniker. In 1993 he brought in other musicians, and released the full-band album Signify in 1996. The next couple albums saw a change from psychedelic music into a more pop sound, maintaining their progressive rock roots. When In Absentia was released in 2002, it was the band’s first attempt at metal. Allmusic reviewer Bradley Torreano said of the change in style, “By keeping the songs at manageable lengths and avoiding the avant-garde electronica flourishes of the band’s early days, Porcupine Tree has grown into a fully realized pop group without cutting any of the elements that also make them an important force in the neo-prog movement.”
In 2000, Steven Wilson produced the fifth album by progressive death metal band Opeth, which inspired Wilson to take Porcupine Tree in a similar direction. While there’s no death metal, In Absentia certainly has its metal influences in the tracks “Blackest Eyes,” “Wedding Nails,” and “The Creator Has A Mastertape” to name a few. Steven Wilson also started the collaborative pop-rock music project Blackfield with Aviv Geffen, which allowed Wilson to focus on Porcupine Tree’s metal change in style. And with the introduction of the incredible drummer Gavin Harrison into the band, it allowed the band to play better than on any previous album, which led to In Absentia being hailed as one of, if not the best, Porcupine Tree album.