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Simon Pegg + Injured

Requested by Anonymous.

Season 3 deleted scenes: Episode 13 Scene 15 (x)

I’m crying…

I just watched The World’s End.

emmajuneaux:

It’s hilarious and weird and fun (as expected), but Hot Fuzz remains to be my favorite. Oh, and I have to mention the soundtrack - really, very Gary King.

[Gary King is a huge cock, and I love him.]

Yes! Exactly what I thought when I watched it. And Hot Fuzz is my favourite too :)

imbread:

Some of the funniest movie poster spoofs I’ve ever seen! Inspired by the Three Falvours Cornetto Trilogy

They’re all from this forum (more posters there as well).

I love it!

karlimeaghan:

Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy: Cornetto colours


The one on his right wrist is a single letter, ‘M’, a tribute to the ladies in his life: daughter Matilda, wife Maureen and his two dogs, Minnie and Myrtle.
The one on his right shoulder is 狗(Dog), and the shape of the tattoo is similar to Nick Frost’s one.
The one on the inside of his left arm is a reference to the symbolic twinklers in Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s <The Little Prince>. (unclear)
The one on his left shoulder is 恋(Love), replaced by a flower tattoo recently.
The one on his back is a tattoo of Max, the rambunctious protagonist from <Where the Wild Things Are>. He says, “Maurice Sendak’s book was hugely important to me as a kid. I just love that whole idea of the wild side, of naughtiness being important, as important as your good side.”

The one on his right wrist is a single letter, ‘M’, a tribute to the ladies in his life: daughter Matilda, wife Maureen and his two dogs, Minnie and Myrtle.

The one on his right shoulder is 狗(Dog), and the shape of the tattoo is similar to Nick Frost’s one.

The one on the inside of his left arm is a reference to the symbolic twinklers in Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s <The Little Prince>. (unclear)

The one on his left shoulder is 恋(Love), replaced by a flower tattoo recently.

The one on his back is a tattoo of Max, the rambunctious protagonist from <Where the Wild Things Are>. He says, “Maurice Sendak’s book was hugely important to me as a kid. I just love that whole idea of the wild side, of naughtiness being important, as important as your good side.”

The Cast of Spaced and The Blood & Ice Cream Trilogy

Oh, my