shingekinokyojinheaven:

he just became like 50% carrot

(Source: lolgifs.net)

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orlandobloomers:

animals-riding-animals:

hamster riding dog

this guy looks like he belongs there he fits so well in that little weird dog head notch 

orlandobloomers:

animals-riding-animals:

hamster riding dog

this guy looks like he belongs there he fits so well in that little weird dog head notch 

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kateordie:

Hands up if you’ve had almost this exact conversation!

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(Source: huffingtonpost)

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meetthebeatofmyheart:

Bullets of Broadway’s performance at the Tony Awards.

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rhapsody-of-rhapsodies:

Fred Astaire in ‘Easter Parade’ (1948) dancing to ‘Steppin’ Out With My Baby

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alconteh:

3 tap dancers doing the moonwalk/backside (around the 1930s and 1940s)

I am unsure as to which movie the first gif appeared in but I know the last two were in the film, Cabin In The Sky (1943).

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booyahtapdancing:

Comic-Con 2010: Psych (Tap-Dance-Off)

Spending my day furthering my obsession with Psych and Dule Hill

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blackchildrensbooksandauthors:

Savion Glover

Born on November 19, 1973, in Newark, New Jersey, Savion Glover is a virtuosic tap dancer who made his Broadway debut at 12 in The Tap Dance Kid, followed by Black and Blue. He later worked with director George Wolfe on Jelly’s Last Jam and Bring in ‘da Noise/Bring in ‘da Funk, for which Glover won a choreography Tony. A teacher as well, he has made appearances in a variety of television and film projects.

Books:

Savion Glover: My Life in Tap

African American Heroes: Savion Glover

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Tap Dance: It’s like twerking for your feet.
Anthony LoCascio (via theawkwarddancerdiaries)

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