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52,227 notes   -  15 April 2014

thecynicaltypewriter:

ourpoeticlives:

oculousreparo:

fuckmegentlywitha2x4:

brock-obama:

Owls confirmed to be the creepiest birds ever. LOOK AT THE FUCKING THINGS. If you fail to notice the one on the left fucking SWALLOWING a rat, then you have the dude singing some satanic chant or something next to him, and then you have those two other fucking psychos synchronized to make you feel creeped the fuck out with their soulless dance of FUCKING DOOM.

I really am tempted to reblog this every time it’s on my dash. That description is one of the best things on the internet.

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Yeahhhh, I want this on my blog again.

WAT




iguanamouth:

whoops

160,589 notes   -  20 March 2014


mishawinsexster:

Cate Blanchett wins the Oscars on more than one level

110,896 notes   -  3 March 2014

108-mifflin-street:

petition to let ellen degeneres host the academy awards until she runs for office and becomes the next president

54,867 notes   -  3 March 2014


findsomethingtofightfor:

#these two run a country

perzephony
185,495 notes   -  3 March 2014



buckyys:

Rocket’s got some real anger issues. -Bradley Cooper (x)

17,885 notes   -  21 February 2014

spirkcantwerk:

raisesomehale:

lumos5001:

raisesomehale:

do you ever get to a point in a fandom where you just… ignore canon?

no but jk rowling does

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spells cast

63,176 notes   -  17 February 2014

If Martin Freeman was the next companion

drjacquesplante:

sorion:

yourareunearthlything:

Martin: [about the TARDIS] What the fuck is that?
12th Doctor: Come the fuck in, or fuck the fuck off.

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i didn’t know I needed this until now.

79,626 notes   -  13 February 2014


251,437 notes   -  9 February 2014

ohmywizardgodawhovian:

just expressing my anger


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helenadagmar:

Rachel, NV, population 57. January 2014.

helenadagmar:

Rachel, NV, population 57. January 2014.


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currentlywatching:

Mary Badham on the set of To Kill a Mockingbird (Robert Mulligan, 1962)

currentlywatching:

Mary Badham on the set of To Kill a Mockingbird (Robert Mulligan, 1962)