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15th April 2014

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The only thing more hilarious than a childless person talking about how easy it is to be a parent…

robot-mama:

…is someone about to have their first child talking about how easy it is to be a parent.image

so true

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15th April 2014

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5th January 2013

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29th December 2012

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thedaddycomplex:

If you’d like to see #parenting on the Explore page, please reblog the ever-loving shit out of this. Thanks.

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If you’d like to see #parenting on the Explore page, please reblog the ever-loving shit out of this. Thanks.

29th December 2012

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Michael Schulman: “If you, like me, spent Christmas day eating spare ribs and waiting on line to see “Les Misérables” (but maybe not in that order), you’ve had time to contemplate the relative vocal prowess of its stars, not all of whom are exactly Pavarotti. Much has been made of Tom Hooper’s directorial approach, which required the actors to sing live on set, rather than lip-synching to a prerecorded track—with decidedly mixed results. So who fared the best, and who was just plain misérable? A ranking, from best to worst”: http://nyr.kr/TJaCTT

newyorker:

Michael Schulman: “If you, like me, spent Christmas day eating spare ribs and waiting on line to see “Les Misérables” (but maybe not in that order), you’ve had time to contemplate the relative vocal prowess of its stars, not all of whom are exactly Pavarotti. Much has been made of Tom Hooper’s directorial approach, which required the actors to sing live on set, rather than lip-synching to a prerecorded track—with decidedly mixed results. So who fared the best, and who was just plain misérable? A ranking, from best to worst”: http://nyr.kr/TJaCTT

29th December 2012

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29th December 2012

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29th December 2012

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221cbakerstreet:

lion roars are not as powerful as some guy named frank with a trash can

some guy named frank

SOME GUY NAMED FRANK

FRANK WELKER IS YOUR MOTHERFUCKING CHILDHOOD

I DON’T CARE HOW OLD YOU ARE HE’S BEEN IN THE GAME SINCE 1969

HE WAS BRAIN AND DOCTOR CLAW FROM INSPECTOR GADGET

A SHITLOAD OF SMURFS AND AT LEAST HALF OF THE TRANSFORMERS INCLUDING GODDAMN MEGATRON

ANY DISNEY MOVIE OR CARTOON SERIES YOU EVER LIKED HE WAS IN THERE DOING SOMETHING ADORABLE NO SERIOUSLY CHECK IT OUT: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Welker_filmography

THIS MOTHERFUCKER IS SCOOBY-DOO

BECAUSE VOICE ACTORS CAN BE IN LIKE 200 DIFFERENT THINGS A YEAR AND BECAUSE HE WAS SO FUCKING GREAT HE WAS THE HIGHEST-GROSSING ACTOR UNTIL 2011

AND THE ONLY MAN BADASS ENOUGH TO BEAT HIM?

SAMUEL L. MOTHERFUCKING JACKSON

“some guy named frank,” oh my god tumblr, show some fucking respect

I love the smack-down comment on this. My wife’s family actually knows a handful of talented voice actors (including Peter Cullen aka Optimus Prime). It takes skill, people.

And while I love Chris Rock, his whole joke at the Oscars about how voice work for Madagascar was a super-easy gig is one reason why he sucks as an actor. Great comic, sucky actor.

By the way, since this started as a post about The Lion King, it counts as being parenting-related.

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29th December 2012

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17th December 2012

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