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"I get up every morning determined to both change the world and have one hell of a good time. Sometimes this makes planning my day difficult." -- E. B. White
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l0kasenna:

zombres:

tom-sits-like-a-whore:

Okay. But let’s talk about Thor for a second. Thor does not get enough love and (Loki forgive me) he is honestly one of the best fucking characters Marvel has. And it’s shown so simply and so beautifully right here. He is so fucking chill about everything. Obviously, he doesn’t live in space, he lives in Asgard. But he knows everyone thinks he’s kinda like an alien, and he just goes along with it because why not? These humans are funny in their lack of understanding, but it’s an endearing kind of funny. Just like in the first movie, where Darcy tells him to smile so she can take a picture of him and he has no fucking clue what she’s doing or what a phone is and it could kill him for all he knows but he just fucking smiles and keeps eating his delicious pancakes because he’s just so chill like that. And if you look at his face in the first gif, it’s very serious and concentrated but the moment Darcy starts talking to him he loosens up and is like “Muscles? Ah, yes I suppose I am quite muscular. Oh, she’s inquiring about Asgard. But she called it space. She seems confused as to my origins, but it’s not of import. I like space, that’s a good name. I shall call it space too.”

And that little head nod he does back to her in the last gif. I’m dead. Deceased. Murdered from Thor cuteness

He’s just.. ugh, Thor doesn’t get enough appreciation. There are so many little things he does that go ignored but no more. His complete adorableness will be appreciated. 

I DIDN’T NOTICE THE LITTLE NOD BACK /SCREEEEEEEEE

(Source: margahery)

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rectumofglory:

submariet:

ladynero815:

nudityandnerdery:

casteilnovak:

I think we need to clone him for future generations.

Why? I’m pretty sure that when Death comes for him, Christopher Lee will be waiting with a knife, and I’m not betting on Death in that fight.

Are you kidding? Mr. Lee and Death are old drinking buddies.

Christopher Lee just stabs Death and there’s a beat before Death goes “HEEEEYYYY how the hell have you been, you old bastard” and hugs him, the knife still buried in his back.


#christopher lee proceeds to give death a hard time for not making the correct stabbed-in-the-back sound

rectumofglory:

submariet:

ladynero815:

nudityandnerdery:

casteilnovak:

I think we need to clone him for future generations.

Why? I’m pretty sure that when Death comes for him, Christopher Lee will be waiting with a knife, and I’m not betting on Death in that fight.

Are you kidding? Mr. Lee and Death are old drinking buddies.

Christopher Lee just stabs Death and there’s a beat before Death goes “HEEEEYYYY how the hell have you been, you old bastard” and hugs him, the knife still buried in his back.

(Source: zingari-mun)

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melancholy-ollie:

the18thpaledescendant:

the-smiths-fun-facts:

morrisseys emo phase began in 1958 and is still happening today

i’m just picturing morrissey as a fetus crying and reading oscar wilde

this needs to be a drawing

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spacehamsters:

I work at a theater and we just got these I cannot believe this

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whothefuckispeterdoherty:

I miss London so fucking much

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- *looking at my legs*:Oh my god why
- *looking at my stomach*:Oh my god why
- *looking at my arms*:Oh my god why
- *looking at my face*:Oh my god why
- *trying to exercise*:Oh my god why
- *eating shitty food*:Oh my god why
- *weighing myself*:Oh my god why
- *looking at my life*:Oh my god why
- looking at my music taste:cool man
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"We are so not gay that as our theme song we chose an extremely popular WWII song written specifically for lovers who part their ways and hopefully get back together again."
— carl barat on we’ll meet again, probably (via an-ending-fitting-for-the-start)

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