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Alex. 16. Female. (It's a lie don't trust the internet–I'm actually an ancient sabre toothed tiger and if you talk to me I'll rip your jugular out, which i assume is why none of you do) From the South-East of England. Currently displaced in America. I own three black cats and a tabby because I'm training as a mad old cat lady (twin 'kittens' pictured above because their expressions encompass me as a person). This is such a mash up of fandoms and bad tagging I don't even know anymore just embrace it
I THINK YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL

taking a break, probably for a while or like two hours ‘cause tumblr sucks my time and i need to focus for a change

icefeels:

latortuemaladroit:

can you imagine remus harping on sirius all the time for smelling like a wet dog, and sirius one day gets so tired of it that he just bathes himself in amortentia so he’ll smell like things remus loves. and then he just smugly goes up to remus, “what do i smell like now?” and remus just rolls his eyes like, “you smell like chocolate and wet dog, nice try covering it up.”

SCREAM

korrarity:

iconic

leandraholmes:

ms-sardonicus:

bandgeeklikeme:

So I went to Dragon*Con a few weeks ago and found a great Snape and Ten cosplaying near each other. It was in the busy section of the vendor fair so I just asked for a picture of them together and ten just said “on a scale of 1-11 how close do you want us?” so I said “uh…12”
AND THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED

I THINK I ACCIDENTALLY CREATED FAN FICTION

You know in “A Study In Pink” when Sherlock says that the dead woman’s marriage life was unhappy because of the state of her wedding ring [“Her wedding ring. Ten years old at least. The rest of her jewellery has been regularly cleaned, but not her wedding ring. The inside is shinier than the outside. The only polishing it gets is when she works it off her finger.”] and then Lestrade drops his small smirk and raises his eyebrow like if he just realised that his wife is cheating on him.

imyour-villain:

justonelasttrick:

wholockian221b:

liztrade:

imyour-villain:

and I’m not sure where I’m going with this

but that’s just my little comment

and I’ll leave now

I didn’t need my heart ripped out or anything.

oh..

image

I’m reblogging this because someone put the gifs^

How she managed to keep the visual album a secret, even while filming amongst thousands of people. 

jamesmariarty:

theuntoldtales:

Lovely poems Waterstones!

the last one, i’m dying

jamesmariarty:

theuntoldtales:

Lovely poems Waterstones!

the last one, i’m dying

     

letsboldlygomotherfuckers:

letsboldlygomotherfuckers:

I don’t get why everyone says liquid eyeliner is really hard I literally just put some on for the first time ever and it was really easy and it was like perfectly even and winged???????????????/

it wAS BEGINNERS LUCK ABORT ABORT

clashist:

J A M E S   F R A N C O   L E G G I N G S

clashist:

J A M E S   F R A N C O   L E G G I N G S

earlgreytea68:

forget-me-lock:

see-but-do-not-observe:

But don’t you see those contrasting sentences…? Before they started “dating” Janine knew Sherlock was unavailable to her but she didn’t know why… what was the obstacle. That’s why she said “whatever you are”. But after one month of “dating” she knew. She knew why it wouldn’t work because she did find out “whatever he is”.

Yup. 

girljanitor:

tiny-librarian:

It is a controversial topic and one that may make for uncomfortable viewing.

BBC drama Call The Midwife is to tell the story of a pair of disabled lovers forced apart and ridiculed after the woman becomes pregnant.

Disability charities yesterday welcomed the plotline, saying it highlights how far society has come since the judgmental 1950s in which the programme is set.

The episode, which is to be aired on Sunday night, will feature the characters of Sally Harper, who has Down’s syndrome, and Jacob Milligan, who has cerebral palsy.

The pair live in an institution, having been sent there by their parents – as was common at  the time.

But after they fall in love and Sally becomes pregnant, the  couple are separated and Sally faces ridicule from her mother and father.

The episode deals with the prejudice and stigma she would have experienced.

Call The Midwife is shown on BBC One before the nine o’clock watershed, and in the past storylines featuring abortion, incest and infidelity have shocked viewers. But yesterday campaigners welcomed the inclusion of disability and love as a theme.

The character of Sally is played by Sarah Gordy, and Jacob by Colin Young. Both actors have the disability that they portray on screen.

Both actors have the disability that they portray on screen.

Both actors have the disability that they portray on screen.

TINY