What’s it like going from playing a hero to a villain? They’re both equally fun. The best part is discovering the qualities of a bad guy that don’t make him much different than a hero – that make him just like any of us. (x)

roachpatrol:

imagine steve rogers finding out people were saying that girls and women shouldn’t wear captain america merchandise and uploading a youtube video of him that consists of like seven minutes of him reading the stupid comments out loud in silly voices and laughing

hope-for-snow:

Finally!! The words in this were based off of Hiccup’s narration in the first book of the How to Train Your Dragon series by Cressida Cowell. I’ve been working on this for a few months now (on and off) and finally just finished it for the Dragons 2 release. Happy flying for those who are going to see it!!! :)

I had to oddly compress everything because of Tumblr formatting x__X make sure you click the 3 mini pictures after the first/second panel!!!

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rhazade-waterbender:

mapleonmyburger:

a bisexual mutant who has the power of invisibility and finds it the most hilarious thing ever

Their nom de guerre, out of sheer self-deprecating gallows snark, is probably “Erasure.”

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tealdragon:

I’ve been in a very tuckington mood the last few days idk, I’ll get back to other things now

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theshipqueen:

wow ur cute // a mix of cute songs for cute people

[listen here]

i. five years’ time by noah and the whale // ii. video games by the young professionals // iii. the way i am by ingrid michaelson // iv. the bird & the worm by owl city // v. always by panic! at the disco // vi. kiss me slowly by parachute // vii. your biggest fan by nevershoutnever // viii. jenny by studio killers // ix. stand too close by motion city soundtrack // x. sweater weather by the neighborhood // xi. be my escape (acoustic) by relient k // xii. if these sheets were states by all time low // xiii. digital love by daft punk // xiv. all of the stars by ed sheeran

onceuponachippedteacup:

I’ve never wanted to go to comic con more in my entire life *sobs forever*

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dareandwriteitdown:

I know everyone talks about muggle borns at Hogwarts but what about pure bloods like Ron staying at home?

(For all the wizarding children I guess they have to learn muggle primary school until they can turn 12, to have basic literacy and numeracy skills.)

Imagine 8 year old Ron, still being sent…

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RWBY comes back tomorrow

hanasaku-shijin:

RWBY COMES BACK TOMORROW

rwBY comEs BAck TOmorroW

  1. Rwby
  2. comes
  3. back
  4. tomorrow 

RWBY comes back TOMORROW

  • rwby comes back tomorrow

RWBY comes back tomorrow

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Artist:
Kanye West
Track:
Addiction
Plays:
23,999 plays
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assholuke:

those tumblr mutuals you rlly want to be friends with but are too cool for you

Hi! I've been reading your blog for a while, and I was wondering, what are your favorite sci-fi/fantasy novels with lesbian/bi/queer female main characters? Thanks!

malindalo:

Hi! I keep a list of recommended reads (books I’ve enjoyed with lesbian/bi/queer female main characters) right here. That list contains all genres though, so if you’re looking only for scifi/fantasy, here are some of my faves:

Santa Olivia by Jacqueline Carey — urban fantasy/postapocalyptic scifi-ish, a real page-turner with a kick-ass main character who trains to be a boxer (I love training montages) and, of course, to save the world (adult)

Alcestis by Katharine Beutner — a literary retelling of the Greek myth of Alcestis (who is bi in this version); really beautiful writing and wonderful world-building details (adult)

Tripping to Somewhere by Kristopher Reisz — an urban fantasy novel about two girls following the Witches Carnival; very Holly Black-esque in tone (young adult)

Daughters of the North by Sarah Hall — futuristic dystopian about a community of women in rural England; a feminist utopia in gritty, realistic terms (adult)

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fuckingrapeculture:

[Palestinian holds up a poster:
YOU

Take my water
Burn my olive trees
Destroy my house
Take my job
Steal my land
Imprison my father
Kill my mother
Bomb my country
Starve us all
Humiliate us all
BUT
I am to blame: I shot a rocket back]

politicaldove:

The photo speaks louder than any caption ever could.

Hoooooooooly crap. That hit me right in the gut.

artificial-apnea:

#DogsForTheta

i have no fucking clue what a dog looks like

sue me

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It was supposed to be a squirt, not a fucking bowl!

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