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the-virgin-club:

fuck-benedict-cumberbatch:

oeve-at-221b:

my-stereo-heart-beats-for-you:

albus—tumbledore:

32, 613 people understand this. Please explain


What?

nobody say a word

What?

the-virgin-club:

fuck-benedict-cumberbatch:

oeve-at-221b:

my-stereo-heart-beats-for-you:

albus—tumbledore:

32, 613 people understand this. Please explain

What?

nobody say a word

What?

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katsofmeer:

things that would make avengers 2 better:

  • sam wilson
  • sam wilson
  • another sam wilson
  • literally every character is sam wilson
  • anthony mackie plays every single character
  • it is never discussed or explained
  • trillion dollar box office hit

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cocorosalie:

iwilleatyourenglish:

magicalgirlfriends:

のほも is such a good word?? the concept is kind of hard to fully get across in translation, but basically it means a feeling of pure, deep, platonic affection, and i think thats beautiful

how many people do you think reblogged this without knowing what it actually says

I spend about 72% of my day laughing at these posts jesus christ

pls send more

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flatbear:

maratini:

thedoctorknows:

sebastillestans:

i was watching the first avenger and wondering how Bucky knew Steve was getting his ass kicked in the back of some random alley behind a movie theatre

like does he just check alleyways whenever he’s walking down a street to see if Steve’s started another fight he can’t finish

the answer is probably yes

headcanon that, even when brainwashed, Bucky still stops at alleyways and looks down them to find nothing

and he never knows what he’s looking for

thanks, satan

THAT WAS A PERFECTLY SWEET AND FUNNY POST WHY THE FUCK YOU GOTTA.

WHY YOU GOTTA MAN.

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chezpicker-uk:

A Maldives beach awash in bioluminescent Phytoplankton looks like an ocean of stars

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nextyearsgirl:

The absence of women in history is man made.

nextyearsgirl:

The absence of women in history is man made.

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briandanielwolf:

rjestudio:

Madame Esther Quek, Group Fashion Director of The Rake and Revolution magazines (Middle East).

that first picture done me in

How can anybody be this stylish I mean damn

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captainofalltheships:

Chrys watches GoT [x]

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chambery:

I think this was my favorite group

chambery:

I think this was my favorite group

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lillycaul:

I always find it so funny when people bitch about ‘forced diversity’.

because, like, once you work retail you start to see just how different everybody is.

for example, the other day I greeted a woman I was ringing up and started asking her the usual questions we’re supposed to ask (if they have a rewards card, etc) and she made a gesture pointing to her ear and mouthed ‘I’m deaf’. 

and I was just like ‘Oh’, and so I skipped over the questions and just gave her a nice smile instead of the usual schpiel we’re supposed to give. she thanked me in sign language and smiled back before walking away.

and that’s just one tiny example. she was just one customer of hundreds that shift. that’s not even mentioning all the other types of people I ring in a day, of all ages, body sizes, races/skin colors, and gender expression.

it’s like…that’s how the world is. 

when people say having diversity in a fictional universe seems ‘false’ or ‘forced’, that says to me that they must exist in a very homogenous, sheltered environment. because even working for a company that has a rather disproportionately-high white middle-class customer demographic, I still see more diversity on any given day than I tend to ever see in books and movies and TV shows.

it’s just kind of laughable to me when people say a movie/book/franchise has “too much” diversity. because there’s no such thing.

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