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From Miami.

 

crispystar:

Imagine dipper going up to wendy and saying “talk dirty to me” and then playin it on his tuba - imaginegravityfalls

I literally stopped everything I was doing at the moment to make this.

Nice try, Dipper, nice try.

farfaduvet:

ollivander:

ollivander:

Oh my god my prof is late and everyone is chilling and suddenly someone yelled “WHO HAS POKEMON” AND THE CLASS EXPLODED

image I’m in college

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noirandchocolate:

Y’know, I don’t think Terry Pratchett is talked about enough as someone who writes genuinely great female characters. I mean, two of his most well-known protagonists, around whom he’s based several books each, are Esmerelda “Granny” Weatherwax and Tiffany Aching, both of them female and both of them shining examples of what a true “strong female character” can and should be.

Granny is an elderly woman who is easily the most powerful witch on the Discworld, who is capable of varied and strong magic, and who prefers not to use it, instead choosing in most situations to rely on her intuitive understanding of what people are like (she calls it “headology”) to get whatever job needs doing done. She’s been a midwife and a medicine woman, called in at the beginnings and ends of countless lives. She’s saved kingdoms, and she’s saved people. She’s a stone-cold badass. And her biggest fear is that she’s become so powerful she might start using magic for the wrong reasons, to try to control people. She is afraid of what she might become, if she isn’t careful. Granny does all this while being, very obviously, a woman. Pratchett never tries to make her look stronger by having her do “manly” things or act tough in ways traditionally coded masculine. She is feminine through and through, and Pratchett’s books about her celebrate this rather than minimizing it or presenting narratives in which she succeeds “despite” being a woman.

Tiffany Aching on the other hand, starts out her series of books as a little girl and has grown into a teenager. She also has magical talent that’s more than noteworthy, and her series is presented as a coming of age narrative wherein she learns to use magic (and when not to use it) and how to cope with what having these skills and talents means. Tiffany is precocious and very intelligent (she reads dictionaries), and has grown more and more “people-smart” as well. She makes cheese and has defeated fairy queens and elemental beings. She’s had feelings about boys, forged friendships with girls, and has earned the undying loyalty of a band of little blue men in kilts called the Nac Mac Feegle. And Tiffany, like Granny, is female, a girl who is growing into a woman. Pratchett doesn’t write her as “not like the other girls” in the sense of being “not feminine.” Tiffany is learning to do magic and finds herself embroiled in supernatural events, but behind all that she’s a young woman having the kinds of problems young women have. She’s written as a very well-rounded character, and much more likely to save a boy’s life than to need saving. She, too, doesn’t succeed in her ventures “despite” being a girl or even “because” she’s a girl. She definitely is a girl, and that is far from minimized in her stories, but she, like Granny, is written first and foremost as a person.

And those are just two prominent examples of how Terry Pratchett writes wonderful female characters and is generally awesome, the end.

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rhymeswitheight:

since1969:

charliexxx:

One of the best out takes from any television show, ever. 

this is one of my favorite videos

i love how she hits him

i have replayed this like 15 times now

ANDY.

This gave me life.

CHRIS PRATT IS THE BEST IMPROVISER I CAN’T

(Source: prekrasnoe-mngnovenie)

crowvoltage:

talianoel:

thisisanatattack:

flacodev:

inkystars:

birdbrainblue:

castleoflions:

bitch-pudding:

milesjai:

OH MY GOD. YOU ALL NEED TO WATCH THIS.

SHIT

I’M

WHEEZING 

I DIDN’T EVEN SUSPECT THAT OR SEE THAT COMING OH MY FUCKING GOD

You need to see it.

Halfway through, I just knew.

same ^ and then my brother called me a nerd and punched me

MY MOUTH JUST DROPPED OPEN I THOUGHT THIS WAS GONNA BE SOME FOLDGERS FUCKING INCEST SHIT AND THEN

(Source: brozoi)

cross off the books you’ve read

triwizarded:

list from npr’s best young adult books

inspiration from ronahld

Harry Potter (series), by J.K. Rowling
The Hunger Games (series), by Suzanne Collins
To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee
The Fault in Our Stars, by John Green
The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien
The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger
The Lord of the Rings (series), by J.R.R. Tolkien
Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury
Looking for Alaska, by John Green
The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak
The Giver (series), by Lois Lowry
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (series), by Douglas Adams
The Outsiders, by S.E. Hinton
Anne of Green Gables (series), by Lucy Maud Montgomery
His Dark Materials (series), by Philip Pullman
The Perks of Being a Wallflower, by Stephen Chbosky
The Princess Bride, by William Goldman
Lord of the Flies, by William Golding
Divergent (series), by Veronica Roth
Paper Towns, by John Green
The Mortal Instruments (series), by Cassandra Clare
An Abundance of Katherines, by John Green
Flowers for Algernon, by Daniel Keyes
Thirteen Reasons Why, by Jay Asher
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, by Mark addon
Speak, by Laurie Halse Anderson
Twilight (series), by Stephenie Meyer
Uglies (series), by Scott Westerfeld
The Infernal Devices (series), by Cassandra Clare
Tuck Everlasting, by Natalie Babbitt
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, by Sherman Alexie
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (series), by Anne Brashares
The Call of the Wild, by Jack London
Will Grayson, Will Grayson, by John Green, David Levithan
Go Ask Alice, by Anonymous
Howl’s Moving Castle, by Diana Wynne Jones
Stargirl, by Jerry Spinelli
A Separate Peace, by John Knowles
Vampire Academy (series), by Richelle Mead
Abhorsen Trilogy Old Kingdom Trilogy (series), by Garth Nix
Dune, by Frank Herbert
Discworld Tiffany Aching (series), by Terry Pratchett
My Sister’s Keeper, by Jodi Picoult
The Dark is Rising (series), by Susan Cooper
Graceling (series), Kristin Cashore
Forever…, by Judy Blume
Earthsea (series), by Ursula K. Le Guin
Inheritance Cycle (series), by Christopher Paolini
The Princess Diaries (series), by Meg Cabot
The Song of the Lioness (series), by Tamora Pierce
Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson
Delirium (series), by Lauren Oliver
Anna and the French Kiss, by Stephanie Perkins
Hush, Hush Saga (series), by Stephanie Perkins
13 Little Blue Envelopes, by Maureen Johnson
It’s Kind of a Funny Story, by Ned Vizzini
The Gemma Doyle Trilogy (series), by Libba Bray
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, by Ransom Riggs
The House on Mango Street, by Sandra Cisneros
Something Wicked This Way Comes, by Ray Bradbury
The Chocolate War, by Robert Cormier
Just Listen, by Sarah Dessen
Ring of Endless Light, by Madeleine L’Engle
The Truth About Forever, by Sarah Dessen
The Bartimaeus Trilogy (series), by Jonathan Stroud
Bloodlines (series), by Richelle Mead
Fallen (series), by Lauren Kate
House of Night (series), by P.C. Cast, Kristin Cast
I Capture the Castle, by Dodie Smith
Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlsit, by Rachel Cohn, David Levithan
Before I Fall, by Lauren Oliver
Unwind, by Neal Shusterman
The Last Unicorn, by Peter S. Beagle
The Maze Runner Trilogy (series), by James Dashner
If I Stay, by Gayle Forman
The Blue Sword, by Robin McKinley
Crank (series), by Ellen Hopkins
Matched (series), by Allie Condie
Gallagher Girls (series), by Ally Carter
The Goose Girl, by Shannon Hale
Daughter of the Lioness Tricksters (series), by Tamora Pierce
I Am the Messenger, by Markus Zusak
The Immortals (series), by Tamora Pierce
The Enchanted Forest Chronicles (series), by Patricia C. rede
Chaos Walking (series), by Patrick Ness
Circle of Magic (series), by Tamora Pierce
Daughter of Smoke & Bone, by Laini Taylor
Feed, by M.T. Anderson
Weetzie Bat (series), by Francesca Lia Block
Along for the Ride, by Sarah Dessen
Confessions of Georgia Nicolson (series), by Louise Rennison
Leviathan (series), by Scott Westerfeld
The House of the Scorpion, by Scott Westerfeld
The Chronicles of Chrestomanci (series), by Diana Wynne Jones
The Lullaby, by Sarah Dessen
Gone (series), by Michael Grant
The Shiver Trilogy (series), by Maggie Stiefvater
The Hero and the Crown, by Robin McKinley
Wintergirls, by Laurie Halse Anderson
Betsy-Tacy Books (series), by Maud Hart Lovelace

Code Geass: Lulouch of the Rebellion, I watched both seasons recently. Lulu is definitely an asshole, but he is a charismatic asshole. Which is not saying a lot since all the men in his family were charismatic assholes. However, because he rid the world of them, he is not as bad.

Considering the fact that the last two woman, who loved him and seen through his facade, died because he over used his Geass. Kallen, has a better chance of living by keeping a distance between them.

(Source: gurrenlagging)

plinzer:

creatively-unsynced:

youreonlyeighteenonce:

briellewinchester:

midorieyes:

mermaidscalesorsomefin:

avaxruus:

daft-hunk:

i-llfindthewordstosay:

crushed by everything omg

penetrated by lord jesus christ

Strangled by my family. Lovely.

Buried alive by Justin Beiber? Come and get me, Beibs.

Bored of my failures.
Seems legit.

I’m stabbed by my failures. Seems legit.

Buried alive by pro lifers. Yeah, I hear those guys can be kinda crazy.

Buried alive by the world we live in. Well, it DOES make sense…

Bored of everything.

Skinned alive by Pro Lifers.

plinzer:

creatively-unsynced:

youreonlyeighteenonce:

briellewinchester:

midorieyes:

mermaidscalesorsomefin:

avaxruus:

daft-hunk:

i-llfindthewordstosay:

crushed by everything omg

penetrated by lord jesus christ

Strangled by my family.
Lovely.

Buried alive by Justin Beiber? Come and get me, Beibs.

Bored of my failures.

Seems legit.

I’m stabbed by my failures. Seems legit.

Buried alive by pro lifers. Yeah, I hear those guys can be kinda crazy.

Buried alive by the world we live in. Well, it DOES make sense…

Bored of everything.

Skinned alive by Pro Lifers.

(Source: harryfloorcorn)