Oblivious Toast

I have no doubt that whatever I have resurrected through this book is sure to come calling..for me.

The truth is neither of us is particularly funny without the other. On our own we’re like a pas de deux with only one person. - Adrian Edmondson x

mermandos:

y’all try to find the tiniest reason to not support sj/feminism like “oh wow a troll blog once said eating chinese food is cultural appropriation haha sorry i guess i don’t support trans rights at all anymore”

wankmeatsix:

nothing worse than your social anxiety getting mistaken for rudeness

youallhavesmashingblouseson reblogged your post I got a new vinyl on monday :o wanted … and added:

Omg you’re adorable! your face and your voice is adorable!!! Omg

enigmaticpenguinofdeath:

"I’m not laughing. I haven’t laughed since my wife died."

"Why did you laugh when your wife died?"

A Touch of Cloth is Charlie Brooker’s “spoof of every British crime drama made in the last decade”, which packs more spot-on parody, visual gags and groan-inducing puns into the first five minutes of each episode than most comedies manage in an entire series. It’s both excellent and underrated.

It stars John Hannah as DCI Jack Cloth and Suranne Jones as DC Anne Oldman, along with regulars and guest-stars including Julian Rhind-Tutt, Navin Chowdhry, Adrian Bower, Daisy Beaumont, Todd Carty, Anna Chancellor, Stephen Dillane, Karen Gillan.

There have been three two-episode series and I think you’ll all love it. If that winning argument hasn’t convinced you yet, check out this trailer for the first series or even better this awesome chase sequence.

In my quest to spread it’s spoof-tastic joy I’ve uploaded all six episodes to Mega, so they are available to download here [x]. Enjoy!

dang, im tempted tbh

only $16.23 for both seasons

the walking dead games went on sale so I bought both seasons >.>;;;;;;;;

2k13blogger:

does anyone have like ten thousand dollars they don’t want