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30

Sep

theevilchiquite:

Isn’t it weird to think about how you like  own a skeleton. A complete and assembled skeleton with weird meat attached that’s what u are

hauntbear:

8^O

me:
*shows my mom the veins on my legs that are starting to show*
mom:
I'm so sorry, blame my genes
me:
it's okay, it's just a body
me:
all that matters is my skeleton
me:
it has to be in top condition
me:
for the skeleton war
mom:
me:
mom:
okay

nbcsnl:

The Girl You Wish You Hadn’t Started a Conversation With At a Party 

Watching this 25/7.

(Source: suckitnerds)

29

Sep

(Source: dopeybeauty)

disneylandguru:

Hitchhiking Ghosts
Although the Hitchhiking Ghosts do not have official names, fans and Cast Members alike have come to know them by unofficial monikers that are now so widely accepted they were used in early drafts of The Haunted Mansion movie script.
From left to right, Phineas is the large ghost in a top hat carrying a carpetbag; Ezra is the tall, bony ghost tipping his hat; and Gus is the short convict with a bushy beard and the ball and chain.

disneylandguru:

Hitchhiking Ghosts

Although the Hitchhiking Ghosts do not have official names, fans and Cast Members alike have come to know them by unofficial monikers that are now so widely accepted they were used in early drafts of The Haunted Mansion movie script.

From left to right, Phineas is the large ghost in a top hat carrying a carpetbag; Ezra is the tall, bony ghost tipping his hat; and Gus is the short convict with a bushy beard and the ball and chain.

cutie-tabootie said: For the what to say to characters in the park, there's something I wanted to share- when I met Frozone, I said, "I! FOUND! YOUR! SUPERSUIT!" and he loved it

disneylandguru:

The Haunted Mansion opens it’s doors for the first time on August 9th, six years after construction of the facade had been completed in 1963. The Haunted Mansions boasts 999 happy haunts, but were there 1,000 haunts when it first opened? If you were lucky enough to ride the Haunted Mansion in 1969, you may have seen a ghost whose stay in the mansion was brief: the infamous Hatbox Ghost. Ol’ Hatty would have lived in the attic, and was positioned just right of the exit of the attic (the Bride was originally where the phantom piano player is located today). The effect was that his head would disappear and then re-appear inside of the hatbox he was holding, while his cane holding hand trembled.