Bob’s Burgers family sketch. (This is how I spent my Sunday morning) (via mindsaymohan)
I AM SO INTO THIS WHOA
so in japan they have this thing where you dress up as ronald mcdonald and you get free food
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
The insidiousness of Anzac Day is that it cloaks its nationalism and militarism, its imperialist fervour, in a recognition of the horrors of war. It can hardly do anything else, because most soldiers don’t find war a fun time. A game of double-speak is played, in which the horror of war is denigrated, but the sacrifice, valour and bravery of those who fought for their nation is promoted. The result is a sickening situation in which small children walk around wearing deceased relatives’ war medals on a day that marks the invasion of another country.
rona yefman, bunny on the ruf, 1999