1. the-diogenes:

    Into the Dalek

    Painted in Photoshop CC.  8-9 hours.

    (via doctorwho)

     
  2. vaginal-diabetus:

    Once again… I can not with this scene.

    One of the more deliberate moments where the watcher witnesses the depth of Sherlock’s pining.  Sherlock is referring to John’d romanticism in relation to his blog.. which, let’s be clear, is a blog revolving around Sherlock.  John isn’t romanticizing crime, or murder, or the generality of cases…  he’s romanticizing Sherlock, his mind, his acuity, their time together, who Sherlock is specifically as a man and John responds to Sherlock’s identity by writing about it with great depth and affection.   

    Up until now Sherlock has been the primary recipient of John’s romantic attentions.  Not outright physical romance, but something with perhaps even far greater intimacy.  John accounting Sherlock with beautiful sincerity, and genuine respect, his words making Sherlock into something desirable.  (Which in turn, Sherlock returns that same level of romanticism in his best man’s speech.)

    Sherlock was probably content just having that from John.  Having love expressed through the safe medium of John’s blog.  Sherlock’s small hesitation and and averting his eyes so he’s not looking right at John, pursing his lips.  His tone and expression is a cocktail mix of regret, guilt over having these feelings in the middle of this event, and internalized longing.  

    //cries forever

    (Source: sherlocked-for-life, via fyeahsherlockandjohn)

     
  3. fuckyeah1990s:

    Hocus Pocus (1993)

    (Source: katefuckingwinslet, via cocomagogo)

     
  4. submissive-baby-girl:

    vittyyluvscookies:

    unsolicited disney

    Gaston is suddenly not scary anymore.

    (via typicalbecca)

     

  5. folktier:

    Things that are portrayed as weak and lame but in reality can probably beat the shit out of you and steal your lunch money then spend it on candy:

    • hufflepuffs
    • canadians

    (via jelllayfish)

     
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  7. blake-the-half-demon:

    furbearingbrick:

    mehreenkasana:

    Except you are so daft, it’s not even remotely amusing.

    The USB key was essentially developed by a computer whiz to store data, information and other software in a mobile source from one computer to the other. The slasher you see up there was created to cut open solid objects like boxes, ropes, etc but to also carve and slice inanimate objects. The lighter you see up there was made for cigarettes. The first three objects have domestic, legitimate use.

    The gun, in contrast, has no other domestic objectives and usage. It was specifically made to kill. That is all. Kill. You don’t use a gun to store software programs, you don’t use a gun to peel an orange, you don’t use a gun to light a cigarette up. You use a gun to kill.

    Try another comparison. Stop embarrassing yourselves. 

    APPLY COLD WATER TO BURNED AREA

    NAH MAN IT’S A THIRD DEGREE BURN HERE THE PERSON NEEDS A SKIN GRAPH

    (Source: takingbackamericatoitsroots, via jelllayfish)

     
  8. katypetra:

    Anti bullying songs x Snapchat

    (via iswearimnotcrying)

     
  9. tipsycersei:

    Never forget.

    (via mellibutt)

     
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  11. kekepalmer:

    A First Look at Keke Palmer in Broadway’s Cinderella. 

    (via shawnheartslassie)

     
  12. youngbaebae:

    This. This is why Harry Potter will always be one of the best things to happen. I am in tears.

    (via shawnheartslassie)

     
  13. wcjobber:

    sharkchunks:

    metal-rican:

    ghostoflalonde:

    So uhh, my clothing dye ate through my gloves…..

    +3 spellcasting +1 summoning EFF: 2XDAM vs undead

    The tattoo makes it more demonic than undead.

    So Now You’re a Necromancer: Beginner’s Guide.

    (via shawnheartslassie)

     
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  15. allthe-lights-inthe-sky:

    tyleroakley:

    "What Disney Characters ALMOST Looked Like”

    Concept art is my favorite

    Can we talk about that middle Flynn?

    Because DAMN

    (Source: mydollyaviana, via shawnheartslassie)