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  1. Things We Saw Today: Drogon Is Looking A Bit Toothless These Days

    And he's at Dragon Con, nonetheless.

    Super-rad cosplayer Casey Renee Cosplay isn't cool with how jerky Daenerys's dragons have been as of late, so she imagined a world where our Khaleesi is Mother to the cutest dragon of all - How to Train Your Dragon's Toothless! (via Fashionably Geek)

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  2. Dorkly Shows Us the Unsung Heroes of Video Games: Skeletons

    No bones about it.

    The conclusion of this Dorkly comic, titled "Video Games from the Skeletons' Point of View" and drawn by Tony Wilson, was enough to make me gigglesnort, but I might have an ulterior motive in sharing this particular post with you. And that is these rad skeleton gifs you need to see:

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  3. Community Report Season 5 Episode 12 “Basic Story”

    The Dean has perfectly captured my feelings about this season ending in the next episode.

    Last night's Community was the beginning of the show's two-part season five finale, and things got about as weird as you'd expect. The school is in danger once again, and this time, there might not be a whole lot the Save Greendale Committee can do about it, but that won't stop them from trying.

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  4. Community Report Season 5 Episode 11 “G.I. Jeff”

    Imaginary Britta is right, and only imaginary Britta.

    Community was back this week after a one week hiatus, and it was worth the wait. They did another animated episode, and this one was an incredible G.I. Joe homage. It mixed hilarious, loving critique on classic cartoon shows (did Cobra really walk around saying "Cobra" like they're Pokémon?) with some pretty great metaphors for growing up.

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  5. Community Report Season 5 Episode 10 “Advanced Advanced Dungeons and Dragons”

    I hug my father.

    Another Dungeons & Dragons episode! Worth it. This one focused on Hickey... kind of. The plot worked, but it was more of an excuse to have everyone play out a ridiculous D&D scenario again, which is just fine by me.

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  6. Attention Internet: Vote on Which GIFS Best Express Emotion

    Can we vote on how GIF is pronounced already?

    Don't post that pic of Oprah giving side eyes! There may be a more effective way to convey your views on Crimea. Two MIT students have created a "GIF sorting" game that tackles assumptions about the universal emotional or cultural significance of certain images, reminding users that our screaming Walter White is someone else's laughing Squidward.

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  7. Community Report Season 5 Episode 7 “Bondage and Beta Male Sexuality”

    What the Hell.

    Last night's Community was kind of weird, and that's saying a lot compared to the last two weeks, which took place in Russia and didn't seem to follow the main characters at all. I don't know what that was about, but I'm glad we're back on track. Last night was a more serious, character-focused episode with plenty of John Oliver.

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  8. Just in Time to Ruin Valentine’s Day, Here’s a Horrifying GIF of What a Kiss Looks Like From Inside Your Gross Mouth

    Humans are disgusting.

    Ugh. Gross. I think deep down we all know kissing is at best a little gross, but we just kind of accept it because, well, it's fun. But the view from inside your mouth while you do it is some next-level stuff.

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  9. Star Wars Unveils Its Official Tumblr With the Best GIF Ever

    Help me, Xkit! You're my only hope!

    Good news for people who really enjoy wasting time on social media! Now that Star Wars has an official Instagram, it was really only a matter a time before they jumped on the Tumblr train as well. We can't wait to see them mess everything up about the nuances of social justice politics with the best of 'em.

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  10. Shut. Down. Everything. There’s a Company That Prints Gifs.

    Yes. Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes. Yes.

    Through the magic of lenticular printing—you know, those pictures with two separate images on them, and you switch back and forth by moving it around—Brooklyn-based startup gifpop is printing the pinnacle of human artistic achievement: The gif. Yes, you can upload your own, though the limit is ten frames. You can even choose two still images—like, for instance, happy Bilbo and Bilbo flipping everyone off. There has to be a catch, like you're not allowed to use gifs from copyrighted material or something. The website doesn't specify, but the universe cannot be good enough to allow me to have a physical copy of Nathan Fillion being judgey to carry around with me, close to my heart. (via: PetaPixel) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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