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octobra:

I HATE PEOPLE WHO ARE MY AGE AND SUCCESSFUL YOU SHOULD BE WASTING UR LIFE BLOGGING OR EATING DORITOS OR SOME SHIT NOT GOING TO SPACE AND WINNING THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE

vaginal-erection:

tobeanavengersfangirl:

motherfuckingsamulet:

venomturtle:

this is the best thing in the entire world

i’m actually crying

fucking turtles, man

it;s like, they know

elementaryitsbiggerontheinside:

Darling, don’t be afraid I have loved you for a thousand years. I’ll love you for a thousand more.

"Through crimson stars and silent stars
and tumbling nebulas like oceans set on fire, through empires of glass and civilizations of pure thought,
and a whole, terrible, wonderful universe of impossibilities.
You see these eyes? They’re old eyes

ohblainers:

If you ever think your parents are too hard on you just remember that Mufasa materialized as a cloud to tell Simba to get his shit together.

i-want-some-tea:

danytargaryenz:

how did emma watson manage to graduate from one of the most prestigious universities while filming and doing press for at least like one movie every year she was there i can barely manage attending university and washing my hair maybe twice a week

With a time-turner, duh

sdzoo:

There’s a pup on the premise. An 8-week-old gray wolf pup is being hand-reared in the nursery to be an animal ambassador. Photos by Helene Hoffman and Darin Sugioka.

I’m scared that I’m not myself in here, and I’m scared that I am.

tickle-me-dalek:

David Tennant on the the Doctor and Martha in The Shakespeare Code:

"The scene in the bedroom is interesting because he is apparently, surprisingly, quite callous, really. Very unforgiving towards Martha, very ungenerous towards her. But I don’t believe he’s doing that out of any malice. The Doctor is still taking it one day at a time. For himself, as well as in terms of his relationship with her."  - David Tennant

"From Martha’s point of view, the sort of things that he says, and the signs that she thinks she can see… she might believe in her own little world that there’s a chance." - Freema Agyeman

We need people in our lives with whom we can be as open as possible. To have real conversations with people may seem like such a simple, obvious suggestion, but it involves courage and risk.
Thomas Moore (via wordsthat-speak)