This blog is canon.

When the U.S. declared independence from the British, did they have to return King George’s swans living in the U.S., or were the swans independent, too?

What do you mean the queen owns the swans?

How does she know which swans are hers?
Do the swans get documented?
Do all swans that enter british airspace become property of the queen?
What happens if a foreign dignitary brings a swan to the U.K., but doesn’t intend to give it to the queen, does the queen still have a rightful claim to the swan?
Have their been wars fought over swan disputes?
I need answers.

maddehhey:

assbutt-astronaut:

imjusttoocooltohaveagoodurl:

I sometimes wonder if Americans get this part of the film, because basically all the Swans in England belong to the Queen and it’s against the law to kill one, and because they’re Police Officers, they obviously can’t break the law so they save the Swan

I am an american and I had no idea thank

I am british and I had no idea thank

W-what? The queen owns the swans?

Wow, informative.

Wow, informative.

ironyofchokingonjacksdick:

A sentence I never thought I would read

ironyofchokingonjacksdick:

A sentence I never thought I would read


President John F. Kennedy meets future President Bill Clinton, at the White House, July 24, 1963.

I can’t help but notice how small JFK’s hand looks in this picture

President John F. Kennedy meets future President Bill Clinton, at the White House, July 24, 1963.

I can’t help but notice how small JFK’s hand looks in this picture

temporalwalker:

vorpalstorm:

Adventures in Low Res Skyrim PART 1

Featuring lots of Khajiit, glowing carpets, vague cabbage and overly creepy draugr.

Is this Runescape

That’s no argonian, that’s a tonberry.

We’ll see, Steve. We’ll see.

We’ll see, Steve. We’ll see.