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avengershp:

Never ending list of movies: The Road to El Dorado



jehanpr0uvaire:

reading about fucking dionysus for art history

“on one hand, bringing joy and divine ecstasy. on the other, brutal, unthinking, rage. thus, reflecting both sides of wine’s nature. if he chooses, dionysus can drive a man mad.”

now just think of that in relation to e/R



posted 1 year ago with 46 notes
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can we just talk about the fact that eponine screamed to warn cosette’s family even though she didn’t actually know her and marius was in love with her and it meant she got herself into a load of trouble she still warned them and kind of saved their lives can we just talk about eponine can we just

epon in en



posted 1 year ago with 11 notes

iamcrowleybitches:

fairytalesuperhero:

Tumblr’s reaction to the end of Merlin reminds me of this scene from the Hunger Games…

  • Everybody else feels sorry for the Merlin fandom
  • (But are secretly glad that it’s not their fandom)
  • People continue to watch Merlin as it approaches its inevitable end
  • Tumblr tries to fight the end, but in vain…
  • And for a moment, all eyes are on the Merlin fandom

It’s scary how accurate this is.



morganalefaye:

Why me?

Why not?

 



serrrure:

Lesson Number One: Heroes? There’s no such thing.



posted 1 year ago with 577 notes
© serrrure - via smau-g

the difference between innocent and twisted



pie-liner-eats-tesseract:

whisperlude:

OHMYGOD

THAT’S SO BEAUTIFUL



doctorwhoandthetardis:

NEW : The Last Days of the Ponds - Doctor Who: ‘The Angels Take Manhattan’ - Series 7 2012 - BBC One (by BBC)



I sat and thought for four hours, and all the details bubbled up in my brain, and this scrawny, black-haired, bespectacled boy who didn’t know he was a wizard became more and more real to me.

~

Actually finishing it was the most remarkable feeling I’ve ever had… [I felt] euphoria, devastated… I was in a hotel room on my own, sobbing my heart out. I downed half a bottle of champagne in one and went home with mascara all over my face.

— J. K. Rowling.