theheirsofdurin:

cybersyncing said: ok but hear me out: The Hobbit where everything is the same except Bilbo has the personality of Martin Freeman

LOL! I’d still see it!

The only thing better would be to have Bilbo standing in his house flipping Gandalf off when the poor old wizard peeks in this window!

Thanks for this awesome Tumblr!

fyeahchaos:

Rick MartinezThis Tumblr page for CHAOS made me realize just how much I miss the show. I LOVE Rick/Freddy and I grabbed this shot off an episode a while ago. Hope you like it! I have a thing for guys who are adorable and handsome at the same time!

Freddy is just too yummy!

thatonevaleriegirl:

niobechris:

thatonevaleriegirl:

I’m Queen Valerie.

Can I just say how much that amused me? Their efforts on scaring me was kinda useless… So useless, that it was actually funny. I mean, there were time when a little jumpscare would pop up, but that was because I wasn’t warned. But other than that, the game…not really my type of scary. Sorry, video game creators, but you need to step up your game.

You and Cry must have nerves of steel then.Or I’m more of a pansy than I thought, because this game scared the crap out of me!In my defense… I’m an 80’s kid still traumatized by the twitchy, glitchy animatronics of “Billy Bob” from Showbiz Pizza!

Well, I played the Grudge before…. :P So, that must be it. I also just recently watched Cry play SCP, and it scared the crap out of me. I kept sobbing and shit, like Cry. xD It’s scary how alike our horror tastes are.The whole game consisted of mostly jumpscares really, and to me, jumpscares aren’t scary. They’re just surprising. I mean, WHOOP, there’s a jumpscare. Of course you would react. But to me, I just flinch, and then move on, because being jumpscared is just like earning a really bad grade on a lowly test.I thought the bird was cute, though. Uguu~…

Oh, I’ve never watched Cry play SCP! Now I’m going to! SCP is the kind of game that needs its own horror category!The Grudge was scary, but I kind of went into it knowing how much the movies scared the crap out of me.I can see how 5naF’s novelty can wear off quickly. I think it must be a mental thing for me! Like I was the only kid in the room who cried because Billy Bob was creepy, like I was the only one who knew there was something wrong with him and his crew.I think Five Night’s at Freddy’s plays on those fears for me!

thatonevaleriegirl:

niobechris:

thatonevaleriegirl:

I’m Queen Valerie.

Can I just say how much that amused me? Their efforts on scaring me was kinda useless… So useless, that it was actually funny. I mean, there were time when a little jumpscare would pop up, but that was because I wasn’t warned. But other than that, the game…not really my type of scary. Sorry, video game creators, but you need to step up your game.

You and Cry must have nerves of steel then.

Or I’m more of a pansy than I thought, because this game scared the crap out of me!

In my defense… I’m an 80’s kid still traumatized by the twitchy, glitchy animatronics of “Billy Bob” from Showbiz Pizza!

Well, I played the Grudge before…. :P So, that must be it. I also just recently watched Cry play SCP, and it scared the crap out of me. I kept sobbing and shit, like Cry. xD It’s scary how alike our horror tastes are.

The whole game consisted of mostly jumpscares really, and to me, jumpscares aren’t scary. They’re just surprising. I mean, WHOOP, there’s a jumpscare. Of course you would react. But to me, I just flinch, and then move on, because being jumpscared is just like earning a really bad grade on a lowly test.

I thought the bird was cute, though. Uguu~…

Oh, I’ve never watched Cry play SCP! Now I’m going to! SCP is the kind of game that needs its own horror category!

The Grudge was scary, but I kind of went into it knowing how much the movies scared the crap out of me.

I can see how 5naF’s novelty can wear off quickly. I think it must be a mental thing for me! Like I was the only kid in the room who cried because Billy Bob was creepy, like I was the only one who knew there was something wrong with him and his crew.

I think Five Night’s at Freddy’s plays on those fears for me!