jaclcfrost:

"why do you like floral prints so much" because i’m not a person. secretly i’m just a mass of bees. trying to blend in with humans. unable to let go of my love of flowers

Team Orlando
— (via dea-noctis)

W0tn:

yourfavposts:

Look at these adorable animals we’ve never heard of 

athe8ing:

4nimalcifs:

cut3teyor:

OMG THESE ANIMALS ARE SO CUTE 😍

omfg *_*

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i’ve never heard of 90% of these animals but image

baby animals » other cute animals

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this post changed my life

i show my affection to my friends by gently bullying them

Vicar In A Tutu
The Smiths — PLAYED 269 TIMES

morrisseyforever:

Vicar In A Tutu

By: The Smiths 

fuks:

thinking about space fucks me up 

thaac-on:

tomhardyvariations:

Deadline analyzes SDCC by asking: "So Who Comic-Conquered San Diego?" I think everyone already knows the answer, but they spell it out. :D

The fanboy Super Bowl is over. Who made the most of San Diego Comic-Con and who spit the bit? Here’s the view from Deadline staffers who endured endless movie and TV show presentations. We’ll start with features:
The best Comic-Con panels show fans things they’ve never seen before. From that standpoint, Warner Bros changed the game by making the Hall H experience seem larger. It turned the dark curtains covering 450 feet down the sides of the auditorium into a wraparound multimedia visual experience that left jaded geeks looking left and right in wonder at images that complemented the onstage presentation. Expect others to rip this off. […]
Warner Bros also wowed with explosive footage from Mad Max: Fury Road, a film that looks like it could be the answer someday to this Trivial Pursuit question: What movie transformed Tom Hardy from a great actor into a big fucking movie star? 
Full article: http://www.deadline.com/2014/07/comic-con-2014-winners-losers-analysis-tv-film-marketing/


The Max Factor as delivered to you by uber-talented Tom Hardy is potent, dynamic, scorchingly resonating across continents, so factor that into the equation. :D

thaac-on:

tomhardyvariations:

Deadline analyzes SDCC by asking: "So Who Comic-Conquered San Diego?" I think everyone already knows the answer, but they spell it out. :D

The fanboy Super Bowl is over. Who made the most of San Diego Comic-Con and who spit the bit? Here’s the view from Deadline staffers who endured endless movie and TV show presentations. We’ll start with features:

The best Comic-Con panels show fans things they’ve never seen before. From that standpoint, Warner Bros changed the game by making the Hall H experience seem larger. It turned the dark curtains covering 450 feet down the sides of the auditorium into a wraparound multimedia visual experience that left jaded geeks looking left and right in wonder at images that complemented the onstage presentation. Expect others to rip this off. […]

Warner Bros also wowed with explosive footage from Mad Max: Fury Road, a film that looks like it could be the answer someday to this Trivial Pursuit question: What movie transformed Tom Hardy from a great actor into a big fucking movie star? 

Full article: http://www.deadline.com/2014/07/comic-con-2014-winners-losers-analysis-tv-film-marketing/

The Max Factor as delivered to you by uber-talented Tom Hardy is potent, dynamic, scorchingly resonating across continents, so factor that into the equation. :D

soliderodair:

Chris Evans and his fear of mikes

soliderodair:

Chris Evans and his fear of mikes

Locke (2013)

dajo42:

"tea is just leaf water!" "yeah well coffee is just bean water!" wow, it’s. it’s like everything is made of things. this door is just wood rectangle. this poster is just ink paper. this lemonade is just lemon water. wow, it’s like you can combine ingredients to make things that are more enjoyable than the initial parts of the equation. sure is a magical world we live in

monstersstolemysoul:

Too funny

monstersstolemysoul:

Too funny

sometimes your dash does the thing
it freaks me out

sometimes your dash does the thing

it freaks me out

the18thpaledescendant:

poormorrissey:

Poor Morrissey isn’t curious.

well last time he answered the door

he ended up in a band so