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A crazy, weird and very bored girl runs this blog. Multifandomer. Joins other fandoms quickly. Willing to talk to anyone.
A crazy, weird and very bored girl runs this blog. Multifandomer. Joins other fandoms quickly. Willing to talk to anyone.

diaval, the manbird

wishful-thinkment:

justforthearticles:

lunalovegouda:

Those people who constantly reblog your stuff but you never really talk:

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I do notice my regulars. You guys are the best.

"Regulars" makes me feel like a bar-tender…

Wiping down my dash at the end of an evening, I see your read-more, over-hear your rant in the tags, so I pour you a drink.

"…what’s troubling you, kid?"

LOL.  Bonus answer—

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The Princess Bride + Insults

posted 2 days ago with 7,176 notes
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"He has a surprisingly impressive shoe collection for a heterosexual man and I wish it was mine"
— Alex O’Loughlin on what he envies about his Hawaii Five-0 co-star Scott Caan (via hawaiifive-oloughlin)

mcdanno-fan:

Twins

posted 2 days ago with 80 notes
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latenightseth:

Not only is he an elf in the new Hobbit movies, but Lee Pace knows where hobbits actually bury their dead. 

latenightseth:

Not only is he an elf in the new Hobbit movies, but Lee Pace knows where hobbits actually bury their dead. 



“Where there’s life there’s hope.” 

― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit

“Where there’s life there’s hope.” 

J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit

ahappyreturn:

[doctors intensifies]

just-watching-tumble:

"Puny god."

All I can think of is in the second one Tom said he had a rope tied to his leg.  He told the crew to pull it during his speech so it would look like he was grabbed.  He didn’t know when it was happening so he wouldn’t anticipate it and well there you go - standing delivering a speech on how grand he is and - WHOOP there he goes….

#dw #nine

julietsbb:

EEEE!!! LOOK HOW *HAPPY* STEVE LOOKS! xD And he’s all like, nudging Danny, hey, that’s a good idea, right?! Steve just looks so happyyyy… oh, my heart.

and like, both of them, no reaction at all - just ‘yeah, of course, makes sense, because we’re totally married’ - theyadmitit!!!

septembriseur:

therealdeepsix:

Bucky mentally preparing himself for death is so fucking upsetting because after all of the torture he went through, after all of the physical and mental pain, he survived because Steve saved him, and here he is ready to die for him. He lets himself have this moment of fear because he knows what’s coming, he knows that he’s going to die and he allows himself to accept how scared he really is. He knew what he was getting in to when he made the choice to fight side by side with Steve (because what other choice was there really?), and part of him probably always knew this was how it would end - he was either going to live for Steve or die for him, the only thing left for him to do was to acknowledge his unhappy ending when the time came.

FRIENDLY REMINDER THAT POSITIONING BUCKY’S SACRIFICE AS HIS CHOICE MEANS THAT IT WAS THE LAST TIME HE EVER GOT TO EXERCISE HIS OWN FREE WILL.

But this is actually really important, though, looking through a biopolitical lens, because in fact that choice (his choice to sacrifice himself, to die) got taken away from him. His “resurrection” as the Winter Soldier is a denial of his right to die, his right to decide what to do with his life, his body. That type of control is a horror that we tend to think of as a horror above or beyond death; there is something worse than death, and it is losing what we think of as the basic embodied human right of inhabitation of, autonomy over one’s own body. That’s what he’s about to suffer, and it kind of turns this scene from tragedy into horror story.

dangerhamster:

blinkingkills:

thevoiceofbenedictcumberbatch:

the-vashta-natasha:

I think we need to invent a game called ‘shatner’

Someone yells ‘SHATNER’ at you and then you have to overact whatever you were doing

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this is like the less dangerous version of infomercial

I played this in Uni the other day and the guy behind me flung himself off his chair and into the wall