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"The universe is big, it's vast and complicated, and ridiculous. And sometimes, very rarely, impossible things just happen and we call them miracles." -The Doctor

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Don't (SNL Performance)
Ed Sheeran

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megstielshipper:

scriptscribbles:

Let us sing the songs of our people.

-SPLAT-

I̡̱̘͎͎͇͈̻̬͕̠̩̼͈͉̜̳̖ͩͯ̀͑ͯͦ̆ͨͭ̚͘͞Ṅ͋ͫ̋͗̐ͪ́͂̅̈ͬ̍ͣ̎ͪ͊͒̎͠͏̵̠̯̱̹̗͍͉̪̮̝͇͕̥̥͙ͅD̨̡͍̯̘̞̟̭͎̹̗̳̯̗̱͓̪̠ͤͥ̃̈͛ͪ͛̉ͨ̍͝͝ͅͅÍ̌̏ͭ̍͗̿̏̋̉̈́͂̎̂̃͂̂̀̚҉̟̦͓̩̻͚̻̲͇͈̤̀͡S̴̢̧̛̱̙̹̬̣̙̖̦̞̟͈͍̲̣ͯͩͤͩ͆͜ͅT̷̻̘͇̤͈͍̼̫͉̱̜̱̍͛ͫ͌̿̆͌ͥ̒̚͜I̷̢̛̬͕̼͕̰ͨͪ̑̐̓ͫͤͣ́̇́ͬ̃͆͐́ͩ̐ͥ̕͟N̡̻̘͖̖̜͚̲̹̬͇͖̪̦̟̭̜̪̥͐̄̇̇͆̽̆̋̒ͫ̓̕͜͞C̨̬̗͍̳̟̞͎̗̱̰̹̼̮͚̟͕͇̊̾̓̓̈́ͨ́͠ͅT̗̙̪͍̻͚͍̃̍̅̾̇ͫͪ̾̂̔ͤ̇͒̉̈̏͆̀̀̚͞ ̵̢͉͖̭̳̳̹͙̘̰̳̳̩̰́̆̃ͤͨ̒͛̋͂ͧ͜͞Ẇ̨͓̰̫̟͓̜͎͚͍̫͓̹̪̠͒́̿̑͆͛ͩ̎͑͊͒́ͮ͒ͣ̎̀̚̕͢ͅH̴̸̯̙̭̰̝͕ͣ̓̊̆̈̈̚I̸̡̢̧̤̹͍̳͙̘̟͔̺̦̰̠͙̱̤̐͒̿ͧ̾ͤ̈́͑̍ͫ̚ͅͅŞ̡̢̢̢̜̮̪̩͚̦̤̭̞̟̳̜̳̇͆ͣ͐̌̊̓̂̌́͂ͧ͛ͣ̅ͬͣ͊ͅP͒̎̋̽͗̏̿̏ͧ̚͘͏̟̜̭̲͇̜̗̯̗̠͚̳̠̩̯̻̥́ͅͅE̡̢̳͈̹͇̙̞̘͎͚͙̪̱͎̮̭͈ͪͤͧ̑ͮ̎ͬ͐̇̏̑͗̐̓ͩ̑ͯͮ̎̀͘Ŗ̸̝̰̲̥̭̻̜̖̳̼̯̠͎̋̊͋͒̾̓̒̅̃ͮ͛Ḭ̸̯̟̣͈͉̬̬̫̪̩̗͔̘͕̳̣̊ͯ̌̾ͨ̈́ͦ̾ͨ̈́̓̆ͪ̂̒ͩ͘͢͞N̸͈͈͍̙͈̬͎͖͍̰͎̜ͬ͆̉͑̓͊̉ͤ̓͐̎͢͞͝G̶̸̢͍̮̬͇̦͚͕̘̭͕̪̲͉̰̜̞̮̭̤ͧ͐ͨ͒̅́ͧͪ̿ͥͬ̄͆

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Another amazing concert! @kodaline never fails at being spectacular. (at House of Blues)

Another amazing concert! @kodaline never fails at being spectacular. (at House of Blues)

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h0lytitz:

fearlessrec0rds:


Pitbulls aren’t evil, the bastards who put them against each other are.


Thank you so much.

Possibly the cutest thing I’ve ever seen.

felinciavargas:

h0lytitz:

fearlessrec0rds:

Pitbulls aren’t evil, the bastards who put them against each other are.

Thank you so much.

Possibly the cutest thing I’ve ever seen.

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martinfreemansmiddlefinger:

In cinema, gloves are regularly used to represent hiding one’s true intentions. Characters often seen wearing gloves are normally hiding something 

Frozen is a perfect example of this

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Elsa obviously uses gloves to hide her powers and doesn’t show her true self until she discards them 

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BUT GUESS WHO ELSE WEARS GLOVES THE ENTIRE MOVIE

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Well played Disney… well played

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I’m onto you, you fucking rat.

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"I’m not emotionally ready for the Faults in Our Stars movie"
- everyone who saw the trailer or read the book  (via alostmindisasoultofind)
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The Feszty Cyclorama is located in the tiny, isolated city if Opusztaszer.  The distance and fog made it hard to reach, but here’s one of the photos I snapped before I found out pictures aren’t allowed! (at Budapest)

The Feszty Cyclorama is located in the tiny, isolated city if Opusztaszer. The distance and fog made it hard to reach, but here’s one of the photos I snapped before I found out pictures aren’t allowed! (at Budapest)

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It felt like I had been dropped into medieval times when I saw the ivy-covered building that houses the cyclorama in Wroclaw, Poland. The age of the building was only visible from the outside, but it definitely added to the phenomenal experience of viewing such a large piece of art from the 19th century. (at Panorama Raclawicka)

It felt like I had been dropped into medieval times when I saw the ivy-covered building that houses the cyclorama in Wroclaw, Poland. The age of the building was only visible from the outside, but it definitely added to the phenomenal experience of viewing such a large piece of art from the 19th century. (at Panorama Raclawicka)