A Little Something Happy

transponsters:

Back by popular demand! My Friends reaction .gifs folder. A folder of .gif files, featuring the characters and cast of Friends that you can use when responding to messages, replies, etc.
~*~ Now with even more .gifs! ~*~
These are a mixture of .gifs I have made myself, or by other users, that I’ve collected over my time of being on Tumblr.
There are 412 585 gifs in total*, all contained within a .zip file.
DOWNLOAD HERE, or click on the image above.
Enjoy!
*a handful of them are just images, but still good for reactions.

transponsters:

Back by popular demand! My Friends reaction .gifs folder. A folder of .gif files, featuring the characters and cast of Friends that you can use when responding to messages, replies, etc.

~*~ Now with even more .gifs! ~*~

These are a mixture of .gifs I have made myself, or by other users, that I’ve collected over my time of being on Tumblr.

There are 412 585 gifs in total*, all contained within a .zip file.

DOWNLOAD HERE, or click on the image above.

Enjoy!

*a handful of them are just images, but still good for reactions.

(via fuckyeahchandlerbing)


What do you think makes you so driven? 
I’m not sure I know, but having been an obedient and nerdy kid, I’m very driven to receive praise. If I were a smarter person, I’d be driven to receive money. I’m a dope—all I want is, “That was real good. Looks like you guys worked real hard on that.” It’s always parent-teacher conference day in my mind.

What do you think makes you so driven? 

I’m not sure I know, but having been an obedient and nerdy kid, I’m very driven to receive praise. If I were a smarter person, I’d be driven to receive money. I’m a dope—all I want is, “That was real good. Looks like you guys worked real hard on that.” It’s always parent-teacher conference day in my mind.

(Source: feypoehlerlover, via 30rockasaurus)

whitneymuseum:

"The reason I enjoy reflective surfaces is that they always tell the viewer that they’re important, and that nothing is happening without them."—Jeff Koons.
Hear more from Koons and see behind-the-scenes footage of his studio on Whitney Stories. 

whitneymuseum:

"The reason I enjoy reflective surfaces is that they always tell the viewer that they’re important, and that nothing is happening without them."—Jeff Koons.

Hear more from Koons and see behind-the-scenes footage of his studio on Whitney Stories.