Graphic Designer, Artist, Writer, Reader of many wonderful books, Sock Animal Creator, Randomizer of thoughts and feels, and Dreamer of Impossible Dreams.
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puchiyo:

jawnwatsson:

when martin wants to swear out loud but he cant because he’s john watson

image

this makes me chuckle inside

themarysue:

flat-adverb:

lucillebruise:

stunningpicture:

Portrait I drew of the lovely Maggie Smith.

I am getting this framed and hung over my fireplace goddamn.

Same.

dickwithglasses:

I am not your enemy

Your enemy is beside you

Your enemy steals and murders your children

Your enemy has nothing for you but chains and suffering and commands

I do not bring you commands

I bring you a choice

And I bring your enemies what they deserve

                           - Daenerys Targaryen

“There has never lived a more loyal squire.”

—  - Tyrion Lannister to Podrick Payne

“A wise king knows what he knows, and what he doesn’t.”

Tywin Lannister, “Breaker of Chains,” Game of Thrones (via sibylla-surana)

Prince Oberyn is like the Jack Harkness of Westeros 

kitharington:

did jaime just

he did… dammit he did

thirteenfunbreaker:

sliverdemon:

feather-in-my-cap-and-cheese:

urbendisaster:

what?

The wheels take impact and stress off your legs, and the position helps your spine, but you’re still doing running motions instead of biking motions, so your legs are getting a good workout, and you can go for longer

Also, Superman

Kinda reminds me of that guy who made a cardboard Blue Falcon wrapped around a big tricycle.

“The first two books are adventure stories, about getting people jazzed for revolution. But the third one changes genres and switches into misery porn. It’s about the consequences and the reality of that revolution.
You wanted a war, dear reader? Here is war, up close and personal. Here is the boredom and the fear and the being locked in a “safe” place with no control. Here is Prim dying pointlessly. Here is PTSD. Here is a brainwashed, weaponized version of your beautiful lover who went off to battle and came back a killer. Here are people, fatuous people but people who cared about you and who just happened to be on the wrong side at the wrong time, people who are beaten and kept in chains by your allies. Here are your friends and peers dying screaming in the stinking dark, literally torn to pieces and devoured alive. Here is the man you thought would be your confidante for life and maybe something more, the blood of your fucking family all over his hands. Here is beaten down exhaustion and despair and confusion. Here is everything you wanted, dear reader. Eat it up. Choke it down. Does any of it seem so necessary now?
And for all that price paid, what changes? The old man is dying anyway, he chokes to death on his own blood laughing at you. The old lady just brings the games back. Everything you fought for, perverted by power-hungry politicians. All that changed was the color of the boot and the neck it pressed down on.
Even after righting THAT final wrong, the only happy ending Katniss gets is that she can tell her kids why mommy wakes up screaming at night.
Yeah, the prose isn’t the best. But damn do I love where Collins took the series. It’s not an adventure series about justified vengeance. It’s about the consequences of violence, and the personal and social toll it takes on everybody. She fashioned an intense anti-war story and suckered the audience into it with her thrilling dystopia tales. What a great trick.”

— reddit user mr_chip saying it how it is
[please don’t delete the quote credit] (via capitolprostitute)

heterophobianca:

livin a life of constantly being a little bit sleepy and mildly turned on

egberts:

grovyle:

im going to punch the next person who says its a metaphor

it’s a simile

-annoying:

who the hell decided that sean sounds like shawn

gingerblivet:

do-you-have-a-flag:

I watch this disturbing video every easter

The entirely pastel backgrounds are what make this a masterpiece. 

balanophagist:

my evolution