Posted 18 hours ago

chilling-with-changmin:

If you say you’ve never bought clothes influenced by a fictional character youre lying

(Source: shirokuma-maid-cafe)

Posted 18 hours ago

berniesu:

midnightstylus:

But not permanently.

HA! ;) I love our fans…. *clear*

Posted 1 day ago

art-yeti:

Claude Monet, Islet of Nettles; 1897

(Source: the-athenaeum.org)

Posted 1 day ago

auradacity-of:

iwriteaboutfeminism:

The start of the school year in Ferguson was pushed back another week, to Aug. 25th. In the meantime, children are able to spend the day at the library or local churches. 

The Balance

Posted 1 day ago
4gifs:

Puppy growing up, no hesitation on the second jump. [video]

4gifs:

Puppy growing up, no hesitation on the second jump. [video]

(Source: ForGIFs.com)

Posted 1 day ago
Posted 1 day ago

kvotheunkvothe:

crowleyslittleminion:

haeinsa:

rylutz:

Nature; the most beautiful and serene is often the most ruthless and destructive

indeed

(Source: stars-in-streams)

Posted 1 day ago

briaphillips:

So will Caroline be playing the monster?

Posted 1 day ago

boyprincessmanic:

REASONS TO LOVE PROFESSOR MINERVA MCGONAGALL

Posted 2 days ago
OKAY BUT WHERE DID ZACH GOODE GET HIS SOAP???????? THIS IS IMPORTANT TO ME
Anonymous asked

carryonstarkid:

gallaghergirlsheadcanons:

I want to know this too! Any ideas anyone?

Zachary Goode had always liked knives.  The way they felt in his hand, the way the silver shined when he held it just right.  He liked throwing them and sharpening them, but most of all, he just liked using them.  He liked the feeling of the metal slicing into something.  He like watching things curl at the blade’s touch.  

Sometimes his fingers twitched and he got this overwhelming urge to cut into something.  He wanted to leave a mark.  He wanted to make it deep.  Wood was fun for a little while, but it left little shavings everywhere that made him sneeze a lot and were too hard to clean up.  Stone could be entertaining because it would give off a spark, but mostly it was just too hard and ended up ruining the blades.  

He settled for soap.  It was either soap or his own fingertips, but when he cut his fingertips, they got too sore to use his knifes, so soap it was.

On the days that he was assigned inventory, he’d stuff a few bars into his pockets.  They were nothing special—the type of soap that was bought in bulk and delivered in big boxes.  Blackthorne wasn’t good for many things, but one thing they did get right was their soap.  It was dry enough to peel away, but soft enough that it kept it’s shape.

That night, he didn’t know what he was carving.  All he knew was that he wanted to use his knives.  The bathroom was the easiest place to do it.  Right in the showers.  No one bugged him there and when he was done, he could just leave the water running and all the shavings would dissolve away into the drain.

When he was younger he’d been so quick—just stabbing away and leaving sharp scars, but then he’d been told that he shouldn’t do it so quickly.  They were right.  It was far more satisfying to strip layers away, one by one.  It lasted longer that way.  He got more out of it.

When he carved, he felt like he disappeared.  He went into a trance, like when he held the guns or when he did the drills.  He didn’t even have to think about it anymore.  It just happened.  Still, it occupied him enough that his brain seemed to go silent, and in his world, that seemed to be a rarity.

He hadn’t known what he was doing.  He was just feeling the knife—letting it go wherever it wanted.  He hadn’t known that he was carving a soldier.

It wasn’t just any soldier though.  It was his soldier. His G. I. Joe, but smaller. Like one of those little green plastic guys, except dumber and shittier looking. It was like a smaller version of the one he had at home. But, then again, he supposed it wasn’t really his home.  Not anymore.

He didn’t want to think about that.  He didn’t want to think about anything, so he kept carving.  He kept slicing until finally he cut all the way through and saw red bubbling up on his fingertip.  

Huh.

Maybe it was a fingertip night after all.

Posted 2 days ago

pemberleydigital:

alsokatie:

Clue: the Emma Approved Edition

"Emma Woodhouse has the best of intentions when it comes to being a lifestyle coach, but her crazy matchmaking tendencies leave everyone wondering if maybe she’s a bit…clueless."

The object of the game remains the same as the original, but instead of solving a murder, players attempt to discover who Emma is trying to set up, and where she plans to do it.

To read the modified rules and download the game, click here.

To see my Lizzie Bennet Diaries monopoly game, click here.

Emma was caught in Alex’s office trying to set herself up with Knightley. 

Posted 2 days ago
Posted 2 days ago

pushingsian:

fuckitandmovetobritain:

Scotland [2]: Isle of Skye 

- The Quiraing, Sligachan Bridge, Fairy Pools, Loch Harport, Kilt Rock/Mealt Falls, Loch Ainort, Glen Brittle, Uig, The Quiraing, Fairy Pools

One of the most beautiful places in the world.

Posted 2 days ago
cammie-thechameleon:

I made another one today!
I suppose this would be a nice way to end the summer before school starts again. :) I actually really like this one. Background photo credit goes to Google Images. Hope you guys like it!
Please do not steal, delete the text, or change the source! Thanks, greatly appreciated.

cammie-thechameleon:

I made another one today!

I suppose this would be a nice way to end the summer before school starts again. :) I actually really like this one. Background photo credit goes to Google Images. Hope you guys like it!

Please do not steal, delete the text, or change the source! Thanks, greatly appreciated.

Posted 2 days ago

clueing-for-look:

girls don’t like boys girls like cake and modern day adaptations of classic literature in the form of vlogs