liltruffles:

WE GOTTA GET TO SAVANNA!

liltruffles:

WE GOTTA GET TO SAVANNA!

(Source: hypnohepcat, via kaiserneko)

mamabraun:

IS THIS CUTE ENOUGH FOR YOU, MOM???

(via zangusu)

(Source: thejory, via mrbaseballcap)

knightbatman:

battychica:

wouldyouliketoseemymask:

the greatest pissing contest of all time

One of my ultimate favorite moments!!!!

You have no idea how high my expectations are for Batman v Superman’s secret identity revelations when compared to this

(Source: theconanguy, via mrsmonarch)

concretefemme:

i realise a lot of people on tumlr don’t follow sports/particularly the nfl and that means a lot of people on tumlr have no reason to know that the San Diego Chargers’ mascot is this horrible being named Boltman that i am increasingly sure is @dril’s physical form

(via mrbaseballcap)

captainkupo:

dr—wizard:

captainkupo:

shalgrove:

mxduki:

I’m not sure if people get the cultural significance of this video game.

SSB4 really accomplished something a normal video game can’t do. That’s why its awesome

ok but where the fuck is snake

>tfw no snake

the boss didnt die for this

(via mrbaseballcap)

unsatisfiedkitty:

This is the worst best worst thing I’ve ever seen on the internet.

unsatisfiedkitty:

This is the worst best worst thing I’ve ever seen on the internet.

(Source: coalgirls)

chuckmanx:

thegeekmaster:

world-of-tazcraft:

Ghandi don’t take no shit.

Accurate.

So, this may just be an urban legend, but I’m told that, yes, Ghandi is really agressive in the Civ series… But it’s a nod to a programming error in the first Civilization.
Somewhere in the code of the first Civ game, each AI leader had an “aggressiveness” score. Good old peaceful Ghandi’s aggression score was set to 1.
When any nation discovered diplomacy, everyone nation’s leader had their aggressiveness dropped by 2, to reflect that in the real world, leaders that are elected actually had to listen to the people or they’d be thrown out of power.
So, Ghandi’s score is dropped to -1. However, in computers, if a variable is stored as a ‘signed’ variable, they can’e be negative, and a value of -1 is instead treated as the maximum value for that variable. So, in Ghandi’s case, his aggressiveness was now set to 255. Meaning he is now the biggest warmonger in the history of everything.
And he would eff you up.
So, because of the sheer comedy of a warmongering Ghandi, any Ghandi since has been programmed to be SUPER aggressive in war. If you’re in a peaceful agreement with him, fine, but the moment you declare war, he will devour you. God help you if he has nukes, because his probability for dropping them is 140%. Yes, over 100% because some events in the game will lower the chance of using nukes.
So, to quote the movie this gif was taken from: “No more Mr. Passive Resistance… This is one bad mother, you don’t want to mess with.”

chuckmanx:

thegeekmaster:

world-of-tazcraft:

Ghandi don’t take no shit.

Accurate.

So, this may just be an urban legend, but I’m told that, yes, Ghandi is really agressive in the Civ series… But it’s a nod to a programming error in the first Civilization.

Somewhere in the code of the first Civ game, each AI leader had an “aggressiveness” score. Good old peaceful Ghandi’s aggression score was set to 1.

When any nation discovered diplomacy, everyone nation’s leader had their aggressiveness dropped by 2, to reflect that in the real world, leaders that are elected actually had to listen to the people or they’d be thrown out of power.

So, Ghandi’s score is dropped to -1. However, in computers, if a variable is stored as a ‘signed’ variable, they can’e be negative, and a value of -1 is instead treated as the maximum value for that variable. So, in Ghandi’s case, his aggressiveness was now set to 255. Meaning he is now the biggest warmonger in the history of everything.

And he would eff you up.

So, because of the sheer comedy of a warmongering Ghandi, any Ghandi since has been programmed to be SUPER aggressive in war. If you’re in a peaceful agreement with him, fine, but the moment you declare war, he will devour you. God help you if he has nukes, because his probability for dropping them is 140%. Yes, over 100% because some events in the game will lower the chance of using nukes.

So, to quote the movie this gif was taken from: “No more Mr. Passive Resistance… This is one bad mother, you don’t want to mess with.”

(Source: sounds-neet, via certifiedhypocrite)

collarpoints:

I’m so ready for the month-long skeleton party

(via flynortheast)