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svondir:

Your ancestors were furries the government lies #truth

svondir:

Your ancestors were furries the government lies #truth

(via loganmcowen)

monobaa:

im so sorry but at the beginning of the stream vinny had a gif with this thing in it so i.

(via vinesauce)

playstationpersuasion:

The GayStation isn’t just an old joke, it’s a real #PS4 model.

playstationpersuasion:

The GayStation isn’t just an old joke, it’s a real #PS4 model.

(via thechophouse)

sliferexecutiveproducer:

furiclaus:

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you know when u hate someone so much u start imagining their face in the sky?

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because they beat u at a card game?

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seto kaiba knows

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"Remember who you are, Kaiba…"

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"…"

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"A loser."

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(via tsuthetiger)

The “Furry” Problem

rum-locker:

peterandcompany:

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Fair warning: there is some slight language in this post.

My name is Jonathan Ponikvar. I’m the creator of Peter & Company and an avid cartoon fan; I have been trying (successfully or not) to draw them since I first discovered the magic of crayons and markers. Like most kids in the 80’s I grew up watching a crazy amount of cartoons. My favorites were the cartoons and films of Warner Brothers, Disney, and Don Bluth, so my earliest and crappiest of doodles always revolved around those characters in some way.

As I grew older and began seriously getting into cartooning, I noticed something odd going on around me: the cartoon animal was quickly becoming an endangered species. The animal designs of the 80’s and 90’s TV cartoons were being seen less and less in modern times within the industries that they helped create.

How could this happen? Are people just no longer interested in funny talking animals?

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