Hoody

"This is for the angels
whose wings have been broken
and the porcelain dolls
whose glazing is shattered
and for the people who
with all their struggles manage to
escape
and create
beautiful magic."

-By Neta-Li Bar-Sadeh

tyleroakley:

quidditchcapricious:

Reblogging because the rest of the world needs to learn to move their lighthouses.
Because they are blocking freedom.


Beautiful.

tyleroakley:

quidditchcapricious:

Reblogging because the rest of the world needs to learn to move their lighthouses.

Because they are blocking freedom.

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Beautiful.


But those are the best kind.


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6 year old fan asks Sebastian a question.


caesaretluna:

spnedit: Demons 

They don't want anything,
just death and destruction for its own sake

[angel version]


lahmeplsluke:

OMG IMAGINE BEING SOMEONE’S FAVOURITE BLOG

OR BEING A BLOG EVERYONE KNOWS AND RECOMMENDS TO NEW PEOPLE IN THE FANDOM

OR BEING ONE OF THE PRETTY ONES THAT THE BOYS REPLY TO

OR JUST BEING REMOTELY AVERAGE

THAT WOULD BE NICE

OH SO NICE

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sherlockspeare:

miwakosher:

http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0„20809605,00.html

Entertainment WEEKLY

That first pic. I like it. Immensely.



ex0skeletal:

Fun shark attack facts:

  • In 1996, toilets injured 43,000 Americans a year. Sharks injured 13.
  • In 1996, 2,600 Americans were injured by room fresheners. Sharks injured 13.
  • In 1996, buckets and pails injured almost 11,000 Americans. Sharks injured 13.
  • For every human killed by a shark, humans kill approximately two million sharks.

Conclusions:

  1. Humans are assholes.
  2. Sharks are not assholes.
  3. Apparently everyone in 1996 lived in a real-life infomercial.


octopusbath:

gaycave:

thighrabanks:

szarabasjka:

ilovecharts:

A quick look at British and American spelling

American english is like real english but badly spelled…

At least our words are spelled more similarly to how they’re pronounced. Tell me how the “gh” in “draught” sounds like an “f” and yet the “gh” in “plough” sounds like a “w”

All English is weird. Rough still has the “f” sound. The best thing English has done is remove gender from everyday objects. The water isn’t masculine or feminine it’s goddamn water.

The grey/gray explains SO MUCH of the struggle I had in grade school. I must have had some exposure to British spelling early on, because I was frequently marked down for very simple differences like this. Grey/Gray was one I will always remember, because of the inconsistent “correction” I received from various teachers. I could not figure it out for years. Literally. I figured this one out in college.
When I started my Bachelor’s degree.

octopusbath:

gaycave:

thighrabanks:

szarabasjka:

ilovecharts:

A quick look at British and American spelling

American english is like real english but badly spelled…

At least our words are spelled more similarly to how they’re pronounced. Tell me how the “gh” in “draught” sounds like an “f” and yet the “gh” in “plough” sounds like a “w”

All English is weird. Rough still has the “f” sound. The best thing English has done is remove gender from everyday objects. The water isn’t masculine or feminine it’s goddamn water.

The grey/gray explains SO MUCH of the struggle I had in grade school. I must have had some exposure to British spelling early on, because I was frequently marked down for very simple differences like this. Grey/Gray was one I will always remember, because of the inconsistent “correction” I received from various teachers. I could not figure it out for years. Literally. I figured this one out in college.
When I started my Bachelor’s degree.
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y0hjii:

you:

me:

posted 1 day ago via y0hjii with 19,835 notes

elasticitymudflap:

when people ask me if i know about a thing i’m actually a huge fan of

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