i-eat-men-like-air:

and-she-was-a-child requested this song back when I was doing that 200 followers giveaway thing, and now that I finally have some free time I’m FINALLY getting around to keeping my promises.

This song was way too much fun to learn. 

mylittleredgirl:

vulcantruth:

my favorite thing about worf is how sometimes he peeks out from behind things

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Very honorably tho.

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celebrationcnma:

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 Rebel portraits.

Reblogged from Celebration! Cinema
For the simplicity that lies this side of complexity, I would not give a fig, but for the simplicity that lies on the other side of complexity, I would give my life.
— Oliver Wendell Holmes, from this week’s column from Parker Palmer. (via beingblog)
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i-eat-men-like-air:

How can I lead if I have two good arms?

i-eat-men-like-air:

How can I lead if I have two good arms?

(Source: taeshidiary)

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typette:

lustyloveylady:

This is still one of the most perfect adaptations ever made

Seconds movie, pls

(Source: the-attic-to-the-left)

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youngblackandvegan:

jonesalicious:

So after belle and the beast got married they have to buy all new furniture since like half their castle turned into people

Beauty and the Beast 2: The Trip to Ikea

(Source: mikaylugh)

Reblogged from NephytisThing
assdownloader:

cyberlocc:

aeon-fux:

ohnoproblems:

rincewitch:

what the FUCK


THIS IS FUCKED UP

THIS IS FUCKED UP


it’s fucking true 

what’s under there

the truth

assdownloader:

cyberlocc:

aeon-fux:

ohnoproblems:

rincewitch:

what the FUCK

THIS IS FUCKED UP

THIS IS FUCKED UP

it’s fucking true 

what’s under there

the truth

(Source: didyuoknogayming)

Reblogged from NephytisThing
natgeofound:

Two young women stand near a turning aircraft propeller, 1940.Photograph by Luis Marden, National Geographic Creative

natgeofound:

Two young women stand near a turning aircraft propeller, 1940.
Photograph by Luis Marden, National Geographic Creative