Monday, October 20, 2014

meridian-of-misery:

THIS IS A REALLY REALLY IMPORTANT LESSON WOW I LOVE THIS MOVIE

(Source: disneyyandmore)

nicolegendary:

hell-born-rising-demon:

dolofang:

klartie:

when boys have sleepovers do they sleep in the same bed like girls do or do the rules of no homo include sharing beds

girls always share beds. and covers and clothes and food and personal space. sometimes even bathrooms

Girls share everything.

#girls dont believe in no homo #all da homo #dont give a fuck.

eunnieboo:

yeah

baelor:

i just read a theory that aang knew about harmonic convergence and that he would be too old to stand a chance against vaatu when it came, and also if he died a short time before it the next avatar would be too young to stand a chance so he waited as long as he could before killing himself so the next avatar would be at peak age and physical condition for harmonic convergence

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Sunday, October 19, 2014

palaceofprinces:

Boystyle coordinates from Time Travel Station tea party modeled by Oni, Kaname, and Yuma

rubiwitch
Kaname in ouji style 0.0

aethertek:

FFFF01 // Futuristic Fashion Femme Fatales

smoakandarrow:

stilettoroyalty:

Can we stop playing the doubting game now, please?

I think, sometimes, people don’t know when they fell in love with someone.  I think they realize when they are.  Suddenly.  Unexpectedly.  All of a sudden.  There it is.  Something happens, sometimes something incredibly small like a guy shows up on your doorstep with chicken soup because he knew you were sick and didn’t want you to have to cook or do anything.  Or when someone knows you’re having a crappy day, so they bring you your favor “bad mood” food.  Or the guy who, after finding out you got a flat tire on your car when you were coming come late from work, shows up and takes you tire shopping the next morning so he knows your driving as safe as possible. 
Love sneaks up on you.  It’s not the words someone says (though “I love you” is always important) but how that person treats you.  Isn’t that the point of that scene in The Princess Bride?
To me it doesn’t matter when Oliver realized he was in love with Felicity (or when she realized she was in love with him).  What matters to me is what they do now that that do know.

smoakandarrow:

stilettoroyalty:

Can we stop playing the doubting game now, please?

I think, sometimes, people don’t know when they fell in love with someone.  I think they realize when they are.  Suddenly.  Unexpectedly.  All of a sudden.  There it is.  Something happens, sometimes something incredibly small like a guy shows up on your doorstep with chicken soup because he knew you were sick and didn’t want you to have to cook or do anything.  Or when someone knows you’re having a crappy day, so they bring you your favor “bad mood” food.  Or the guy who, after finding out you got a flat tire on your car when you were coming come late from work, shows up and takes you tire shopping the next morning so he knows your driving as safe as possible. 

Love sneaks up on you.  It’s not the words someone says (though “I love you” is always important) but how that person treats you.  Isn’t that the point of that scene in The Princess Bride?

To me it doesn’t matter when Oliver realized he was in love with Felicity (or when she realized she was in love with him).  What matters to me is what they do now that that do know.

danshive:

The best Tumblr themes are the ones that leave you with NO IDEA HOW TO LIKE OR REBLOG POSTS

hopedreamlovepray:

Oliver loves Felicity. Period. When that started is a mystery and I don’t think even Oliver himself knows for sure.
One day, he just woke up and realizedhis heart was hers.

hopedreamlovepray:

Oliver loves Felicity. Period. When that started is a mystery and I don’t think even Oliver himself knows for sure.

One day, he just woke up and realizedhis heart was hers.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

smellylai:

to-dwellondreams:

A summary of me after this week’s Arrow:

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A summary of Arrow