scott mccall, gentle-hearted strong-willed tender hero boy
"Why do you put your self esteem in the hands of complete strangers?"
Helena Bonham Carter (via qoldlush)
this is really powerful. wow.
[gently rests hand on character’s cheek] i love you but you’re such an ass
Magic is real. I can touch it and command it and I need no faith for it to fill me up inside. If you are looking for your higher power, there it is.
While walking with her best friend, Simon, 14-year-old Clary Fray thinks she hears something strange…
I could’ve sworn Cassie reblogged this one, but I realize now I was just way too proud of it and was being delusional.
Still mega proud of it tho.
IS IT BAD THAT AS FANTASTIC AS THIS IS, MY MIND WQS ON HARRY POTTER SO BEFORE READING THE CAPTION I FIGURED IT WAS MODERN JILY
[grabby hands] friend
Fall out Boy Through The Years
cRYING SO HARD RIGHT NOW I’M NOT EVEN KIDDING
Doodle by bored medieval school boy
This 15th-century doodle is found in the lower margin of a manuscript containing Juvenal’s Satires. This classical text was a popular device to teach young students - kids - morals. The medieval teacher Alexander Nequam stated: “Let the student read the satirists […] so that he may learn even in his younger days that vices are to be shunned” (quote here). Spoken like a true optimist, because this page shows what young school boys like to do with rules: disobey them. And so in stead of studying the student who used this book drew a funny doodle in the lower margin: a figure with a flower in one hand and what appears to be a pipe in the other. Could it be his teacher? Doodles are of all ages but those produced by bored school kids are the most entertaining.
The photo series ‘Per Color’ reveals the intentional design of supermarkets, where colorful packaging lures us to products which we’ve lost every natural relation to.
#infinitely better: lucy liu as james bond & natalie dormer as her bond girl
OR LUCY LIU AS BOND AND NATALIE DORMER AS THE VILLAIN
I’m pretty sure we all would watch all of these movies.
A113 is hidden in television cartoons, live action films, and almost every Pixar movie.
It’s a classroom number at the California Institute of Arts.
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your url makes this 10x creepier
I’ll be waiting, 2 hours timer is setlook at the notes.
Okay, we’ll be waiting.
What the actual fuck you guys
WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCKING FUCK
THIS SHIT IS SCARY I DIDNT ACTUALLY THINK IT WOULD HAPPEN.