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starting today all blogs without the following gifs will be deleted within 24 hours

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These are cute

boop

im very angry at the tumblr staff right now

Better reblog.

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zeus took fuck, marry, kill way too seriously

"IT’S ‘FUCK, MARRY, OR KILL!’ ‘OR!’ NOT AND!’ WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH YOU!?”

— Hades at some point probably

I laughed way too hard at this.

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fuckyeah-nerdery:

That last gif, though.

Julia Gillard is actually my favourite ever.

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freecocaine:

The pure fact that this doesn’t even need a title or a description or anything speaks volumes. I mean look at the number of notes this has. There are so few people who don’t recognize it. And the song itself just gives you chills. It’s so magical.

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^ THAT WAS MY EXACT REACTION 

I swear tumblr if this is another Spongebob pos-

Oh.

Oh…

No words, that reaction picture says it all.

"Oh where is this fro-"

"Oh."

"*Tearing up* Oh.”

NOT EVEN KIDDING THOSE PHOTOS DESCRIBE ME RIGHT NOW!!!!!!!!

there will never come a time when i do not reblog this beautiful slice of perfection 

Am I the only person who doesn’t know what this… Oh… Oh…

Omg I’m gonna cry

This is the music of my childhood in Hogwarts

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sashaalexanderisalesbianatheart:

“It’s pretty crazy how the Internet affects everything you do know. What you do and put out there will forever been seen,” Alexander said. A cousin recently showed her a few of the YouTube tributes. “I was shocked by the amount of footage that they got, and the time they spent doing it. In the same way, it’s kind of like receiving a fan letter from a 16-year-old girl in Brazil or Germany or wherever else, and you read it and you go, ‘Wow, somebody was moved by what I did.’ On the one hand, you’re very grateful. And on the other hand, it’s so scary. It’s, ‘How does this stuff get out to people?’”Why Alexander chose “The Last Lullaby”Alexander and I also spoke about why she took the role of Sarah in Jeffrey Goodman’s “The Last Lullaby.” Her choice largely came down to the impact of a single scene shared with Sizemore’s character, the hit man Price.Sarah is the hit man’s target until he makes it personal and the two bond romantically. (Keep in mind that this is a movie about a lonely hit man. The romance will be noir romance, not happy romance.)“There is a scene in the film where he sort of saves me from this ex-boyfriend of mine, where I’m looking at him and he just saw me in a very vulnerable situation,” Alexander said. “And there aren’t a lot of words. They just kind of look at each other. Now he has been watching her for a while, but it is the first time that they see each other. The truth is that that moment really sets the tone for the entire film.” If it doesn’t work, she said, the relationship’s credibility is shot.“It was a scene that we took very seriously, and we really tried to show a window into (the relationship),” Alexander continued. “I think it worked great. It felt really great. After the scene, Tom actually started crying. It felt very vulnerable on both sides. The window we both found for these characters was this sort of lonely, very vulnerable place that these two people live in. And they saw that in each other.”
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sashaalexanderisalesbianatheart:

“It’s pretty crazy how the Internet affects everything you do know. What you do and put out there will forever been seen,” Alexander said. A cousin recently showed her a few of the YouTube tributes. “I was shocked by the amount of footage that they got, and the time they spent doing it. In the same way, it’s kind of like receiving a fan letter from a 16-year-old girl in Brazil or Germany or wherever else, and you read it and you go, ‘Wow, somebody was moved by what I did.’ On the one hand, you’re very grateful. And on the other hand, it’s so scary. It’s, ‘How does this stuff get out to people?’”

Why Alexander chose “The Last Lullaby”

Alexander and I also spoke about why she took the role of Sarah in Jeffrey Goodman’s “The Last Lullaby.” Her choice largely came down to the impact of a single scene shared with Sizemore’s character, the hit man Price.

Sarah is the hit man’s target until he makes it personal and the two bond romantically. (Keep in mind that this is a movie about a lonely hit man. The romance will be noir romance, not happy romance.)

“There is a scene in the film where he sort of saves me from this ex-boyfriend of mine, where I’m looking at him and he just saw me in a very vulnerable situation,” Alexander said. “And there aren’t a lot of words. They just kind of look at each other. Now he has been watching her for a while, but it is the first time that they see each other. The truth is that that moment really sets the tone for the entire film.” If it doesn’t work, she said, the relationship’s credibility is shot.

“It was a scene that we took very seriously, and we really tried to show a window into (the relationship),” Alexander continued. “I think it worked great. It felt really great. After the scene, Tom actually started crying. It felt very vulnerable on both sides. The window we both found for these characters was this sort of lonely, very vulnerable place that these two people live in. And they saw that in each other.”

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         I see [acting] as this incredible revealing of human nature and this means of telling our story, sharing our voice with the world. That’s what acting is for me. It allows for people to experience things through the character, through the story, that they might not go through in their real life because they’re too scared to say that about somebody, or too ashamed to admit that about themselves.But if you watch it onscreen, there’s a catharsis and a shared human experience and that’s the most beautiful thing about acting

                                                               Tatiana Maslany

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deanisadisneyprincess:

doctor: I’m afraid you have a rare disease called onomatopoeia
patient: is it serious?
doctor: it’s just as bad as it sounds

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cafunedesaudade:

I’m trying to figure out when “oh, it’s midnight” turned into “oh, it’s only midnight”

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lilkittygrl:

you-can-call-me-carl:

How come a girl can wear guys clothes and look cute or wear a suit and look hot, but when a guy wears a dress or a skirt it’s weird?

because our society thinks it’s degrading to be feminine

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pussyrican:

Fun Fact: Morgan Freeman does his own stunts.

Fun fact: this was actually a two story window prior to Morgan Freeman sitting on the windowsill. Once the house realized who he was, it retracted itself into the ground to prevent injury to Morgan Freeman.

thingswilllookbetterinthemorning:

pussyrican:

Fun Fact: Morgan Freeman does his own stunts.

Fun fact: this was actually a two story window prior to Morgan Freeman sitting on the windowsill. Once the house realized who he was, it retracted itself into the ground to prevent injury to Morgan Freeman.

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