In Search of the Happiness Max

vincecarters:

can we talk about hulk’s butt tho?

YESSSSS.

I’m so disappointed - I Googled every which way I could think to get an image of Lou Ferrigno’s bottom as the Hulk, and I got nothing. Next time I’m binging on The Incredible Hulk I’ll see if I can get us some screencaps.

kingkillerarchives:

Sample cards from the Pairs: Faen Deck. Shouts out to the artist, Nate Taylor, for having a bit more body type variety than the Shane Tyree deck - and also for including…Hank Green?

HAAAWWWWT.

kingcheddarxvii:

garbagecafe:

i still think about how weird this video is 

Bury me with an iphone in my coffin that does nothing but play this video on endless repeat. Plug it into my skeleton and let the residual energy from my decades of laughter power it for eternity

'If you can't do this, you're lying about the whole “Buns of Steel” thing.'

'So that's what having Buns of Steel is for'

'Heh - bottoms'

(Captions I considered for this post.)

jncos:

The tradition of photocopying your arse has long been in danger of slipping away into history like prank calls and pole sitting, but could the advent of 3D printing see it’s glorious, detailed return?

hur-hur-hur

This opens whole realms of possibilities.

anonymoustumblesbian:

malformalady:

Australian scientists have developed a pair of anti-shark wetsuits that make divers appear invisible by camouflaging their bodies in the sea and trick sharks into thinking surfers are poisonous. A team of researchers from the University of Western Australia joined forces with designers from  Shark Attack Mitigation Systems (SAMS) to create the suits. The blue pattern of the Elude suit can’t be seen by the shark because the fish are colour blind. While the stripes on the Diverter suit mimic the colours of poisonous fish to warn the sharks off.

science is so cool

I’ll be honest, I was expecting this post to be about bottoms. But yeah, sure, science.

anonymoustumblesbian:

malformalady:

Australian scientists have developed a pair of anti-shark wetsuits that make divers appear invisible by camouflaging their bodies in the sea and trick sharks into thinking surfers are poisonous. A team of researchers from the University of Western Australia joined forces with designers from  Shark Attack Mitigation Systems (SAMS) to create the suits. The blue pattern of the Elude suit can’t be seen by the shark because the fish are colour blind. While the stripes on the Diverter suit mimic the colours of poisonous fish to warn the sharks off.

science is so cool

I’ll be honest, I was expecting this post to be about bottoms. But yeah, sure, science.

love-and-radiation:

THIS IS A REALLY IMPORTANT POST ABOUT HAN SOLO’S SWEET ASS.

It’s funny, the very first time I understood why people made such a fuss about bums was watching Luke Skywalker’s buns in his tight, black trousers in Return of the Jedi. I must have watched that film dozens of times before, but suddenly, I noticed his bottom more. I tried to find gifs, but the Internet let me down.

Anyway. Han’s arse is nice too.

ginandmisadventures:

Everything is better now. Look, butts.

I really don’t like the word ‘butts’. I don’t know why, it’s just one of those sound things. So I know I’m just being irrational, but it saddens me the everywhere these days people are talking about butts rather than bottoms or bums or buttocks.

That said, I did remark upong watching this week’s ep with my friends something to the effect of ‘Bottoms again, I see!’

I do like bottoms.

panasonicyouth:

derpalecki:

gangnamstiel:

derpalecki:

why do we have butt cheeks i dont understand why did we evolve this way

what use do butt cheeks have 

oh my god I HAVE THIS KNOWLEDGE

fun fact: butt-cheeks are one of the things that make us superior to other animals okay note that other apes do not have butt-cheeks

okay don’t quote me on this because I only did sixthform-bio and I’m sure of forgotten loads of stuff but here’s the down-low

back when we were evolving from ape to human, one of the most important things that happened was when our spine started meeting our brains at a sort of 90 degree angle instead of like 45 degrees, which meant that we could straighten up and walk on two legs which was a pretty rad development

except alas oh no our muscles weren’t built to allow us to walk around on two legs because that requires a sort of twisty motion of your hips as opposed to whatever the fuck it is everything else does AND SO ape-people started evolving with longer, narrower waists so that our bodies could twist with every footstep and we could strut along the fashionable catwalk that is neanderthal evolution

but then once this had happened, people realised that we had an advantage over other animals and we would be better at chasing and killing them but we weren’t very good at running

so that’s when we developed the glutenus maximus which is a really badass-sounding name for the muscle in your derriere which helps us to support our spine in an upright position so we don’t get tired, and helps the legs to rotate nicely so that we can run, and has a nice big fat storage around it to help us get energy so that we can run

and that, basically, is the butt-cheek

tl;dr - butt-cheeks were the result of thousands of years of natural selection so that we could run fast and slaughter things

thank you so much for such a fabulous, informative and detailed explanation on the evolution of the butt

i feel enlightened and empowered to know my butt is for such a worthwhile purpose, so thank you 

i love this butt science post so much

Reblogging because bottoms.