I’m Smaug in the Hobbit, I’m in Star Trek, and I play Sherlock. I think I’d get...– Benedict Cumberbatch Interesting phrasing, don’t you think? I’m in Star Trek. I play Sherlock. I’m Smaug. (via zoealicelostariel)
thearcanetheory: cianur00: sam-winchester-cries-during-sex: f-r-eckled: im like 25% funny and 85% bad at math that’s 110% thats the best gif I’ve ever seen for this kind of thing
worldaccordingtofangirls: i am so jealous of europeans three hours of travel and they’re in a whole different country, a whole different culture like seriously three hours of travel and i’m in another town that’s just like mine except three hours away
thedukeoflions: IMAGINE IF YOU TRIED TO KICK A SHEEP WITH YOUR VELCRO SHOES AND IT JUST GOT STUCK
hiddleswiggles: thelastasiantimelord: I love how in both Spiderman and Doctor Who, Andrew Garfield plays a New Yorker that hangs out in the sewers with mutations. His destiny.
me at restaurants: is there wi-fi
me at the mountains: is there wi-fi
me at the beach: is there wi-fi
me at family parties: is there wi-fi
me at school: is there wi-fi
me in hell: is there wi-fi
dreamsinthemirror: You know, I thought if I went from Supernatural, the show where everyone dies, to Trigun, the anime about a guy who defeats bad guys and REFUSES to kill them, I wouldn’t have to deal with heartbreak. NOPE. … you must not watch Doctor Who either then?
clumsyoctopus: flower language has always been an intense source of disappointment for me like, they all mean really generic things like “love” or “forever” or “i’m sorry” i thought you could combine flowers like you could just send someone a bouquet and from the combination of hibiscus and posies and tulips they’d understand “the rebel leader is dead, rendezvous at the docks at 8, bring the...
littletrenchcoatangel: Carry On My Wayward Son...
younggirlandthesea: I love how you could literally type Beafihdjhsic Casdkjlkjdfaich and people would know who you’re talking about.
confusedantswithstolenjewelry: I’ve officially reached that point where I just want to scream and hit things whenever anyone says Superman is boring or has too many powers or is outdated or inhuman or whatever other lame reasons people come up with. Congratulations, you have missed the entire point of his character. Superman wasn’t created for people to identify with (although we can). He was...
don't yell at me
cosmicastrogazer: the-killer-queen-bee: bananakittywho: snaku: don’t yell at me don’t yell at me don’t yell at me don’t yell at me don’t yell at me instead of yelling try not yelling if you ever yell at me, i promise you i will cry no matter who you are or what i did I am a grown-ass adult and I don’t deal well with this. Or harsh tones of voice which I interpret as yelling,...
writersprocrastinate: Hi, I’m a writer. My hobbies include not writing.
mamamantis: hey how about we stop ragging on people who self-diagnose bc not everyone has access to mental health care facilities and resources and hey maybe just MAYBE someone who chooses to self-diagnose is not merely searching for mental illnesses to use as interesting trinkets with which to garnish their personality but rather seeking out an explanation for difficulties that are impacting...
zonkypuff: my favourite thing about marvel movies is the sense of unity between the people who know to stay until after the credits
221books: catbountry: myeyesarehazel: Surprisingly, perfectionists are often procrastinators, as they can tend to think “I don’t have the right skills or resources to do this perfectly now, so I won’t do it at all.” My entire educational experience summed up in one sentence. My entire life summed up in one sentence.