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  2. nevver:

    Some girls wander by mistake, Ibai Acevedo

     
  3. kitty-in-training:

    ioccasionallyburnthings:

    acquaintedwithrask:

    ramavoite:

    toad-hollow:

    puffpuffpeace:

    smokeweeedgethigh:

    greeneyed-l4dy:

    popadoseyo:

    what did i just watch

    dead

    Lmao

    dying

    OMFG

    At first I thought it was guys trying to make pattycake sound like a demonic summoning ritual. Fortunately I kept listening.

    THIS IS LITERALLY ONE OF MY FAVORITE VIDEOS OF ALL TIME THO I HAVEN’T SEEN THIS IN YEARS OMG

    Oh my god

    This used to be the video I went to when I needed cheering up!

    Cats are the best

    (Source: videohall, via ognob)

     
     
  4. Looks familiar

    (via alliartist)

     

  5. "

    My Least Favorite Trope (and this post will include spoilers for The Lego Movie, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Matrix, Western Civilization, and—cod help me—Bulletproof Monk*.) is the thing where there’s an awesome, smart, wonderful, powerful female character who by all rights ought to be the Chosen One and the hero of the movie, who is tasked with taking care of some generally ineffectual male character who is, for reasons of wish fulfillment, actually the person the film focuses on. She mentors him, she teaches him, and she inevitably becomes his girlfriend… and he gets the job she wanted: he gets to be the Chosen One even though she’s obviously far more qualified. And all he has to do to get it and deserve it is Man Up and Take Responsibility.

    And that’s it. Every god-damned time. The mere fact of naming the films above and naming the trope gives away the entire plot and character arc of every single movie.

    "
    — Elizabeth Bear - My Least Favorite Trope (via owldee)


    While I agree with most of the examples people have listed, I’m going to go ahead and disagree with Harry Potter. After all he had been through, Harry absolutely deserved to be the one to kill Voldy. You could make the argument that the character of Harry could have been made female from day one, but then it wouldn’t be the same trope/situation. Also, it’s acknowledged very many times that Ron and Harry probably would have died long ago if it were not for Hermione, so she’s definitely not overlooked like some of the other ladies.

    (Source: feministquotes, via me-im-mae-i-am)

     

  6. davidcrake:

    claudiaboleyn:

    I just want to love Doctor Who again like I used to. 

    TRUF


    The real shitty part of it is Eleven and Twelve. The actors chosen to play them are absolutely wonderful. But as soon as Moffat took over with his “The show is about the companions, not the Doctor” bullshit (translation: “I jack off to the thought of Karen Gilian daily”) and horrible, “LOOK HOW SHOCKING I CAN WRITE, BET YOU DIDNT SEE THAT COMING!” story arcs, it’s just hard to watch at times. But I love Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi so much that I still wanted to watch it.

    I remember being all heart-broken and bitter when Matt replaced David, but after only a few episodes Matt won me over completely. And as soon as it was announced that Matt was leaving, I was sad once again. But then Peter was announced as his replacement and I was so excited, what a great choice! And he absolutely still is, in my opinion. So it’s frustrating now, seeing his episodes, because holy god the writing has gotten even WORSE. He deserves better, as does the character.
     

  7. mister-manager:

    imnorocketscientist:

    scenicroutes:

    it’s been, what? three days? and i’m still periodically bursting out laughing because u2 forced literally everyone in the entire world to download their album

    OMG this. I downloaded two songs last night and found the U2 album in my iTunes hahaha

    I’ve been actively staying off iTunes until this blows over haha


    Just when you thought neither Apple nor U2 couldn’t get anymore douchey.
     
  8. davidcrake:

    johncabrera:

    This fall, Gilmore Girls finally arrives to Netflix. All 7 Seasons, yo.

    And somewhere an eagle just made a “caw” of approval.

    We just started watching this on our 45-lbs DVD box set. “I’m Gil!”


    Zack, Brian, and Gil will always be one of the best things about Gilmore Girls.
     
  9. moleskinelovers:

    Moleskine vol. 3, page 13. “This is a weird nightmare.”

    Freddy Krueger picnic. C:


    © 2014 by J. Bardon <a href=”http://wingsofjudas.tumblr.com/”>wingsofjudas on Tumblr</a>


    Adorbs
     
  10. dawnawakened:

    Graffmatt, CROSSING THE SNOWY STREET. 2013

    "Born in 1986, pencil in hand, is a native of GRAFFMATT French artist Chambéry, Savoie. Graduated from art school:  La Martinière-Diderot in 2006 (Lyon), he specialized in graphics and video, but its main activity quickly becomes painting. It sails between personal work and artistic commissions without losing its personality."

    "Lovers of Street Art and Hip-Hop culture GRAFFMATT develops broad technical and explores several media (collage, kraft, cardboard, cloth, etc.) always with his main source of inspiration: the urban scene. It builds also street fashion, designated under the name of street style and street fashion trend. Although it gives more preference to model that dress style, it mostly retains the authenticity of the moment, taken from life, without other devices than the natural appearance and external light."

    (via cardstumble)

     
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  12. jomespotter:

    i want you guys to think of how differently Snape would’ve treated Harry if he looked more like Lily.

    And i find that disgusting.


    Pffft. James was a dick, I’d probably hate Harry as well. But then again I’m also a bit of an asshole.

    (via me-im-mae-i-am)

     
  13. One of their best monologues.

    (Source: kithcaps, via davidcrake)

     
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  15. Bruce Davidson, Brooklyn Gang, 1953

    (Source: last-picture-show, via cardstumble)