…I love this. So. Much. Yes tell me more about Hyena Gang
I love good humanizations.
I’ve never liked a “human version” picture half as much as I like this one.
(Source: sdkay, via lizniz)
I did it.
I finally figured out what to get my boyfriend for Christmas
REVOLTECH WOODY ACTION FIGURE.
Why didn’t I think of this sooner?
The perfect present.
Ordered. This thing can’t arrive soon enough.
OH MY GOD I JUST WON THE POKEMON LOTTERY IN POKEMON X!
I KNEW MY OBSESSIVE WONDERTRADING AND HOARDING OF POKEMON FROM OTHER TRAINERS WOULD PAY OFF!
ALL 5 DIGITS MATCHED! I GOT A MASTER BALL!
what the hell am I going to do with a Master ball
What If this abandoned train station was revitalized and brought back to life with a function that tied it back to the adjacent Lackawanna River and Lackawanna River Heritage Trail? What if the train station once again became a stopping point along a journey with a recreational sports club and a café to offer the opportunity to rest and “refuel” during a walk or ride? What if the building also housed the headquarters of the Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority and a learning center to educate the public about the region’s heritage and promote conservation of historical and natural resources? What If, Scranton?
This is an awesome and beautiful idea
This “Scranton What If?” exploration considers the hidden potential of the parking lot and adjacent two-story structure along the 300 block of Penn Avenue’s western edge. What if the life-less block facade was re-imagined with galleries, boutiques, and bistros. What if the asphalt lot were transformed into a garden plaza where locals can socialize and enjoy the outdoors. What if this was filled with music and outdoor dining? What if the second floors of these spaces contained walk-up studio apartments? What if, Scranton?
but then there’s insane stuff like this
Do these people not realize that Scranton is a city full of poor people and drug addicts?