Proper Genius over here
feferi-commander-of-booty-peixes:

theactorsmind:

frickmeintheimpala:

sodium fan club meeting 2014

Batman Fan Club meeting 2014

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feferi-commander-of-booty-peixes:

theactorsmind:

frickmeintheimpala:

sodium fan club meeting 2014

Batman Fan Club meeting 2014

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britney2007spears:

why would jesus do that

britney2007spears:

why would jesus do that

denchguy:

shuckl:

why does it seem like the other arctic monkeys don’t want to dress like that and monkey leader just makes them

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onaperduamedee:

riversonglife:

aflawedfashion:

The most interesting thing here stems from the fact that River doesn’t know Donna or have any personal vested interest in her and yet she looks at her with such emotion.  Donna doesn’t die traveling with The Doctor as the audience suspects in this moment.  She forgets.

River has seen a lot of horrible things and isn’t one to be easily moved, but you can see how just the mention of Donna’s name completely affects her. The look on her face reflects the pain of what The Doctor told her about Donna.  We are seeing a reflection of how much and how deeply what happened to Donna affected The Doctor long after she was gone. 

 (via goddessdel)

 (via riversonglife)

jankenmor:

dreamsflyfree:

causeallidoisdance:

thedisneyfeels:

Olafs not the only one who likes warm hugs

You forgot the best warm hug of them all:

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I legitimately thought that that last gif was going to be this one (and was sadly disappointed when it wasn’t):

harry potter animated gif on Giphy

Reblogging for the disney ones but the last one made this 10 times better

remusjohnslupin:

Harry Potter Etymology | Sybill Trelawney

SYBILL: Sibyll comes from the Sibyls, who were famous prophets in ancient mythology. Their prophecies were often not decipherable until an event had come to pass. In The Aeneid, the Sibyl was responsible for leading Aeneas to the Underworld.

TRELAWNEY: Trelawney is a Cornish family tracing back to Saxon days. In 1668, Jonathan Trelawney became Dean of St. Buryan, afterwards Bishop of Rochester, and was one of the seven Bishops imprisoned in the Tower of London. He was one of the subjects of the great Cornish song “And shall Trelawney die.” Apparently, the song is/was the Cornish National Anthem. The name may additionally be a combination based primarily upon the predatory ‘magician’, occult revivalist and self-publicist Aleister Crowley. Trelawney is also an area in Cornwall, England.

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musical-relief:

Help Me Close My Eyes Those Dancing Days 

Help me close my eyes
I don’t wanna see what this day was like
Help me close my eyes
I want to sleep without dreaming
Cause I need them to be true

I want to hide but trees are falling down
I want to hide but mountains are melting
I want to hide but tress are faling down
Let me sleep without dreaming 

Help me close my eyes
I’m scared to see what my dreams will be like
Help me close my eyes
I want to sleep without dreaming
Cause I’m scared to see them

deadgilberts:

the best thing that ever happened to me in high school was about 6 years ago our teacher never showed up for class and neither did the sub so one of the guys in the class just got up and started discussing his various theories about the island in lost and started drawing different diagrams on the board and ranting about his fan theories and everybody just went with it and raised their hands for him like he was the teacher and that was the class. 

amerlcanapparel:

piggylippy:

amerlcanapparel:

have you ever been so attracted to someone that every little thing they do kills you because they’re so cute but it also kills you because you can’t be with them

did you mean harry styles

no i didn’t mean harry styles

benaddictmindpalace:

More dancing BC close up. Still can’t believe I saw this with my own eyes.