I ordered a double quarter pounder with cheese and I got.. uh?

I ordered a double quarter pounder with cheese and I got.. uh?

supercatwarrior:

thegreylock:

It’s a fucking duel disc.

I CANT UNSEE THIS

thebattyblackloli:

shadymademedoit:

theenthusiast7:

Space Bedding

I want one of these so bad 😫

Any activities in these beds would surely be out of this world!

I’ll go now

there’s infinite room for activities!

n8yager:

Foxes living on the beach in Hokkaido [x]

  • Luke Triton: Professor, this rickety bridge is scary!
  • Professor Layton: This puzzle will take your mind off of it!
  • Puzzle: THE RICKETY BRIDGE

itsstuckyinmyhead:

Cats and Tumblr

wanted to doodle something so I doodled a quazar



she really should have been in the gotg movie

wanted to doodle something so I doodled a quazar

she really should have been in the gotg movie

the paradox of cooler days in summer being super hot inside because the AC doesn’t turn on

layton vs pw spoilers.  like super spoilers.

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A message from mithril-mercenary


have you played Aquaria yet? I think you'd enjoy that game. (if not you can play the free demo)

that’s the mermaid metrodvania right?  I played a little but never finished it

linkinparkvevo420696661337:

boyexemplified:

giant forest lenin claims another soul

communism has killed millions

spelunky 2 looks great

linkinparkvevo420696661337:

boyexemplified:

giant forest lenin claims another soul

communism has killed millions

spelunky 2 looks great

"

Vetinari leaned back, and stared at the ceiling.

'Tell me, Drumknott, are you a betting man at all?'

'I have been known to have the occasional “little flutter,” sir.'

'Given, then, a contest between an invisible and very powerful quasidemonic thing of pure vengeance on the one hand, and the commander on the other, where would you wager, say…one dollar?’

'I wouldn't, sir.'

"

Terry Pratchett, Thud! (via marypsue)

An old fan who is terrible with words.

Hello Mark. My name is Jonathan. You’re four years older than me, which is very surprising. I was 13 when I started reading Adventurers. If someone had told me that the author of my favorite webcomic was 17, I don’t think I would have believed them. I always wanted to contact you, but I assumed you were in your mid twenties, and that you wouldn’t want to hear from some kid. 

Anyway, I wanted to say thanks. In school, I was often mocked for the things I enjoyed, and I felt pretty alone. When I found your comic, I was shocked that someone else liked something that I liked so much that they made a comic inspired by it. I would check it every day, always eager for the next update. I know it’s silly, but just the fact that it existed made me feel a little better about myself. I even made a close friend because of it, another fan of your comic. I never would have met him if not for finding it.

When I joined the military, the final comic was posted on the day I got out of basic training, though I didn’t find out until a couple days later, when I could finally access a computer. I was pretty bummed out that I had missed it, but I kinda expected it would happen, given where the comic was when I left for basic two months earlier. 

The military wasn’t a good time for me. I was injured, and suffered a severe mental breakdown. I very nearly killed myself until, purely by accident, I stumbled upon your comic again. I re-read the entire thing that night, and it reminded me of a lot of good things, and it fixed my mind well enough for me to get help. I was given a medical honorable discharge.

I am now a 27-year old college student with WAY too much debt, and I’m married to an incredible woman. One of the first things I said to her, five years ago, was a quote from your comic. “Hey! Who’s the main character here?” She had never read your comic, but she thought the quote was funny enough that she paid attention to me that day. Your comic has done a lot for me. One of my regrets is that I’ve never picked up any merchandise for it. I can’t remember if there ever WAS any, though.

Anyway, I’ve rambled far, FAR too much. I just wanted to tell you all that. Don’t really expect you to read it. XD

But still, thanks.

Hello Jonathan,

This message really brightened my day!

I’m really excited to hear from you that my comic meant so much.  Sorry for ending it when I did, but it had been going for a while and at the time I didn’t have much else to say, plus my newer comic (Antihero for Hire, if you’re unfamiliar) was getting into swing.

However, I do have some preliminary work done on a sequel, you might be interested to hear.  Mostly planning stuff now, but keep an eye open.

I did have some merch- one volume of a book (I’m not sure if it’s still available off of the Keenspot store, but it might be worth looking at), a few special comics in “L33t: Comics for Gamers” (Which I’ve posted on my Tumblr a while back but I’ll dig them up again if you haven’t read them) and some t-shirts that are no longer available as far as I know.

I do want to re-draw and re-write a bunch of ADV in a phonebook-sized tome, but like everything else finding the time is difficult.

But it always touches me to find out my work really meant something to someone.  I’m in this business for the feedback and this is truly the best kind.

Good look with your education and your wife=)