better than firewhiskey


Clintasha + parallels 

requested by queenclintasha


And do you know what Natasha? Just one last thing before you go. It’s raining outside.


Dearest Natasha
  • Me: *sees all things and posts about some fanfic called Dearest Natasha*
  • Me: *goes and reads it*
  • Me: *dies on the inside*
  • Me: *cries and weeps*
  • Me: *sees fanvid*
  • Me: Rip my heart out. It hurts less.
  • Me: *sobs*


Dear Natasha. My edit.


Dear Natasha. My edit.


nice characters are good and important and strong

nice characters are not in any way inherently less interesting or complex or cool or badass than asshole characters

nice characters who go through hell and still remain good and kind and compassionate are so so strong

nice characters are not weak or boring or less badass, nice characters are awesome.

posted 3 days ago via lyssie212 · © silviya7 with 6,673 notes


i got a little ranty

posted 5 days ago via harrypjily with 19 notes

Graham Norton pranks Emma Stone (x)

Amanda Seyfried talking about fainting on the set of Les Miserables.


Different kind of fractures


Different kind of fractures


Lets have a dystopian future movie where none of the actors are white

Not a single one

No reason

No explanation

There’s just no white people and not a single character questions it

Watch how quickly people notice and get pissed off

Martin Freeman’s got lots of wonderful quirks and talents. Many of which are on display in the film. But his most remarkable quality as an actor is to be able, with absolute clarity, to convey that he’s thinking two things at the same time. And you know as an audience what they are. And I wasn’t the only one on the set to say to himself later: “I wish I could act like that.” He has a palette of subtlety. And I thought, this is a new sort of acting that I’ve never seen before. — Sir Ian McKellen


its a great show from the gifs i’ve seen of it

To Sir, With Love


Percy Jackson and the Olympians

Words: 12,844
Genre: Friendship/Humor
Rated: T
Character: Annabeth C., Percy J.

"Here’s how the game works: Because I’m one of the lucky teachers that gets to have you from seventh grade to twelfth grade, I get to watch all you grow up. When I toss this ball in your direction, I want you to say your name, your favorite color, and what you hope to accomplish in the next six years of your life." Post series/Teacher!Percy/Percabeth

posted 2 weeks ago via rongasm with 194 notes


walking into the himym fandom