ladyofrosefire:

auniverseofimpossibilities:

   #also totally just saw Kaylee as the Doctor and Simon as her assistant   (via extrajordinary)

I am behind this 100%

you have my attention

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Michael Fassbender as the brute of a plantation owner felt too realistic, though, since I have read he is actually a woman beater.

But he’ll go on to have a nice, long career, I’m sure….

film-picks:

"I apologize for my appearance. But I have had a difficult time these past several years"

→ 12 Years a Slave (2013) 

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fargogifs:

I think that what Marge saw in the movie and what Molly saw here, it’s a lot to take in and it will certainly stay with her for the rest of her life. But if you keep piling that stuff on, then whatever innocence or small town decency that she has is going to start to evolve into what is now all too common haunted demon hunter law man. That’s basically our heroes now — they’ve got to be as bad as the villains they’re chasing, and this a different kind of show.

— Fargo creator Noah Hawley (x)

I’m already crazy. I’m a f e a r l e s s person. I think it creeps up on you. I don’t think it can be stopped. If my d e s t i n y is to lose my mind because of fame, then that’s my destiny. But my passion still means more than a n y t h i n g

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This man walking near me stopped me and asked, “So, is your hair yellow or brown?” and I said, “I don’t know,” and he laughed for several minutes as he disappeared into the distance.

newfluffytown:

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Guys, look in your hearts and answer this question honestly- what’s more likely? That someone in this group doesn’t belong in this group or ghosts? If we have to choose between turning on each other or pinning it on some specter with unfinished, pen-related business, I’m sorry, but my money’s on ghost.

daftlypunk:

i hit my coworkers shoulder lightly and he was like “you’re going to make me cry like a girl” and i was like “what’s wrong with being a girl?” and he was quiet for a moment then he looked into the distance and whispered “the social standards they’re forced to live by”

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