uncanny-xmen:

i like to imagine that this is what happened at the end of dofp

uncanny-xmen:

i like to imagine that this is what happened at the end of dofp

(via bleep0bleep)


ghostyouknow27:

Random thought: I want there to be an app sort of like Grindr but for fandom friendships. “Here are all the geeks in your area who will talk with you about Buffy for six hours straight.”

(via swingingliveaway)


Miss Jackson [Acoustic]
Panic! At The Disco
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-tallglassofwater:

-tallglassofwater:

Panic! At The Disco: Miss Jackson Acoustic

The bassline from Miss Jackson is the reason I breathe

(via jam-watschester)


castleramblings:

"Thus explaining why there is no Mrs. Esposito."

(via wilwheaton)


A Word From Our Sponsors

amandaexmachina:

i-am-mishafuckingcollins:

milk-fro:

I needed to put this on my blog.

THIS IS LITERALLY MY FAVORITE ONE. I WAS IN THE CAR LISTENING TO IT AND I WAS LIKE ‘WHAT THE FUCKING HELL’ OUT LOUD AND MY SISTER AND MY MOM GOT REALLY MAD BECAUSE I WAS LAUGHING SO HARD

How many times did they need to record that before Cecil stopped laughing at it?

That’s the real question here.

(via jam-watschester)


phil-the-stone:

milverton:

actualjainasolo:

Star Wars Female Character Meme: Quotes (5/5)

"We have no time for sorrows, Commander."    - Leia Organa ( A New Hope)


#this just shows how amazing leia is #they tortured me #they destroyed my planet #but we have no time for sorrows #right now we have to kick ass #we can cry later (x)

NO BUT OKAY REAL TALK this actually says so much about Leia’s character. Like her first reaction is to shove her own personal hurts down. She is always putting other people and the Rebellion - and yes - kicking Imperial ass - before her own emotional and physical pain. Her default reaction to emotions is actually “ignore them” or “shove them down and pretend they don’t exist” or “cover them up with sarcasm and biting comments and being tough-as-nails”. Like, her whole chracter arc is her coming to realize that showing vulnerability and emotional hurt/attachment doesn’t make her weak (she literally says in one ESB deleted scenes “when will I learn not to depend on anyone other than myself”), and realizing that people take her just as seriously if she takes time to hurt once in a while. ((This translates into her relationship with Han too - I mean, Han has the same problem, but for different reasons (while Leia’s comes from growing up in war and watching her planet explode/people die and feeling responsible for them, Han’s is more from insecurity over being chewed up and spat back out by the world numerous times - but even so, they’re pretty similar) - and so both of them end up pretending that neither of them has feelings for each other - but Leia does it more than Han, because she’s more concerned with becoming attached to people/showing vulnerability.)) LIKE. THIS LINE MAKES ME SO SAD. BECAUSE THIS IS A SEVENTEEN YEAR OLD GIRL. SHE SHOULDN’T BE SO QUICK TO DISMISS HER OWN HURTS LIKE THIS. SHE SHOULDN’T BE FEELING RESPONSIBLE FOR AN ENTIRE REBELLION - HELL, AN ENTIRE GALAXY. bUT SHE DOES, AND SHE PRETENDS SHE’S NOT HURT AND PUTS ON A BRaVE FACE FOR OTHER PEOPLE, ALWAYS, AND JUST
LEIA ORGANA OKAY 

phil-the-stone:

milverton:

actualjainasolo:

Star Wars Female Character Meme: Quotes (5/5)

"We have no time for sorrows, Commander."  
  - Leia Organa ( A New Hope)

      (x)

NO BUT OKAY REAL TALK this actually says so much about Leia’s character. Like her first reaction is to shove her own personal hurts down. She is always putting other people and the Rebellion - and yes - kicking Imperial ass - before her own emotional and physical pain. Her default reaction to emotions is actually “ignore them” or “shove them down and pretend they don’t exist” or “cover them up with sarcasm and biting comments and being tough-as-nails”. Like, her whole chracter arc is her coming to realize that showing vulnerability and emotional hurt/attachment doesn’t make her weak (she literally says in one ESB deleted scenes “when will I learn not to depend on anyone other than myself”), and realizing that people take her just as seriously if she takes time to hurt once in a while. ((This translates into her relationship with Han too - I mean, Han has the same problem, but for different reasons (while Leia’s comes from growing up in war and watching her planet explode/people die and feeling responsible for them, Han’s is more from insecurity over being chewed up and spat back out by the world numerous times - but even so, they’re pretty similar) - and so both of them end up pretending that neither of them has feelings for each other - but Leia does it more than Han, because she’s more concerned with becoming attached to people/showing vulnerability.)) LIKE. THIS LINE MAKES ME SO SAD. BECAUSE THIS IS A SEVENTEEN YEAR OLD GIRL. SHE SHOULDN’T BE SO QUICK TO DISMISS HER OWN HURTS LIKE THIS. SHE SHOULDN’T BE FEELING RESPONSIBLE FOR AN ENTIRE REBELLION - HELL, AN ENTIRE GALAXY. bUT SHE DOES, AND SHE PRETENDS SHE’S NOT HURT AND PUTS ON A BRaVE FACE FOR OTHER PEOPLE, ALWAYS, AND JUST

LEIA ORGANA OKAY 

(via bleep0bleep)


filmfaerie:

thranduart:

yungtapatio:

Actors revisit their famous movie roles

PERFECTION

(via littleredtriskele)


Sophie Turner, Natalie Dormer, Rose Leslie, and Maisie Williams - Game of Thrones Season 3 Premiere in Seattle, 21 March 2013

(via caswinchesterrrr)


hariboo:

rhetthammersmith:

Dog cloud over Manhattan . August 17, 2014

image

(via personally-victimized-by-reedus)


hikarukikuriki:

holavicente:

How to fuck with anime fans:
Step 1) put a wig on your dog
Step 2)

No.

hikarukikuriki:

holavicente:

How to fuck with anime fans:

Step 1) put a wig on your dog

Step 2)

No.

(via petitesuri)


starwars:

McQuarrie Monday - The secret Rebel base, hidden inside the lush forests and temples of Yavin IV.

starwars:

McQuarrie Monday - The secret Rebel base, hidden inside the lush forests and temples of Yavin IV.



wanderlostme:

peruvian—goddess:

this is so fucking accurate 

wanderlostme:

peruvian—goddess:

this is so fucking accurate 

(via thepacificrimjob)


I seem to have fallen through time.

(via grabbaggins)