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jedavu:

Illustrator Captures a Scene from Spider-Man’s Everyday Life You’ve Never Seen
Created by Germany-based illustrator David Müller 

Spider-Man eating is actually a really common occurrence. The whole point of Spider-Man is that he’s a superhero that also has to deal with his personal life. Bruce Wayne doesn’t eat when he’s Batman, but Peter Parker has a day job and bills. Just like a lot of people, he eats when he has time.

jedavu:

Illustrator Captures a Scene from Spider-Man’s Everyday Life You’ve Never Seen

Created by Germany-based illustrator David Müller 

Spider-Man eating is actually a really common occurrence.

The whole point of Spider-Man is that he’s a superhero that also has to deal with his personal life.

Bruce Wayne doesn’t eat when he’s Batman, but Peter Parker has a day job and bills. Just like a lot of people, he eats when he has time.


bossymarmalade:

slavicinferno:

Reblog if you’ve ACTUALLY used any of these things. 

Every single one of them.

Yes, and I don’t miss any of them, with the possible exception of 3.5” floppy disks.

They weren’t great for data storage, but the sliding metal covers made a satisfying snapping sound when pulled back and released. This feature made them a perfect distraction for fidgety people (like me) who spent a lot of time waiting for their computers to boot.

Source slavicinferno


All men live enveloped in whale-lines. All are born with halters round their necks; but it is only when caught in the swift, sudden turn of death, that mortals realize the silent, subtle, ever-present perils of life. And if you be a philosopher, though seated in the whale-boat, you would not at heart feel one whit more of terror, than though seated before your evening fire with a poker, and not a harpoon, by your side.

Herman Melville, Moby Dick (via fables-of-the-reconstruction)

No one ever believes me when I say I love this book.

Source fables-of-the-reconstruction


Stores wouldn’t sell these clothes if they were out of style.

An actual thing I said once in college, demonstrating why my journey to adulthood has not been along a particularly well delineated path.

Thanks to my annual Marvel Unlimited subscription, I’ve read around 300 Spider-Man comics in the last two months (no exaggeration). That’s not the horrible confession, though.

I just noticed that Spider-Man voice I hear in my head is the voice actor from “Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends”. Even worse, the show had a specific piece if music that played whenever Aunt May showed up, and it plays in my head whenever she appears in the comic.

Incidentally, if you have a tablet, then Marvel Unlimited is totally worth the $69 annual rate.


No praise necessary. Telling a Dad joke is its own reward.

No praise necessary. Telling a Dad joke is its own reward.


Irrefutable truth from the museum guest book. Okay.

Irrefutable truth from the museum guest book. Okay.