I really need to get a life

neildegrassetyson:

neildegrassetyson:

So I’m hosting a Chinese exchange student for the year, and she came in last night at midnight, so I was asleep (trying to get back on a regular sleep schedule, you know?), and this morning she gave me a gift.

  • It’s a mug
  • When you put hot liquid in it
  • It changes from solid black
  • To
  • Pictures
  • Of
  • My
  • Face

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Okay….

peter-andthelostboys:

zepolman:

Who the hell is this Tinkerbell?

Last I checked; Tinkerbell was a nasty cold, mean ass bitch like this:

Or this:

And what about this:

Or even this as well:

So I ask who the hell is this:

Because she sure as heck ain’t Tinkerbell.

Amen someone finally brought this out

Let me introduce you to my headcanon regarding the movies.
       ( Keep in mind, I’ve only seen the first one, and the Pirate Fairy. )

Tinkerbell is young in the movies - we see her when she’s just been born & is just learning who she is and what she wants to be. She’s making friends, she’s growing & developing, & things are going pretty alright. She even has a crush on a cute dust keeper boy named Terence who tends the pixie dust & rations it out to all of the faeries.

In the latest movie, though, she makes an enemy of a young James Hook, who wants the dust to travel out of Neverland to rob the ‘regular’ world. SPOILER ALERT: She humiliates him, steals his ship, and is the cause of the crocodile chasing after him & ultimately taking his hand.
To say that Hook can hold a grudge is an understatement. Over all of those things, that grudge would be pretty intense.

One dark night, with a host of bloodthirsty pirates at his back, Hook got his vengeance. He slaughtered the inhabitants of pixie hollow, catching Tink as she tried to escape with Terence, the blue pixie dust, and the moonstone scepter. Terence is murdered as Tink is held captive and helpless, and the dust - the thing that Terence died to protect, the last thing of her home, is now in Hook’s hand(s). 

At first, Hook considers killing her too - but after what he’s suffered thanks to her, that’s not enough. No, he needs to punish her. So it’s captivity for Tink, until Pan arrives and frees the now bitter fairy, befriending her and returning to her the dust artifacts that Hook stole.

By the time the events of Peter Pan happen, Tink has latched onto Peter as her one remaining friend and ally, her saviour and hers. Time and abuse has made Tinkerbell into a selfish, bitter little pixie, and it’s after all of this that we see her become the Tink of Peter Pan.

chestiel:

Dean + favourite quotes [2/5]

peikachu:

sometimes chris evans looks like a sweet golden retriever and you want to pet him and bask in his sunshiny smile

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and other times he looks like a fucking greek god who could nail you into the mattress and then spoon you like a princess afterwards

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sammylumpkins:

X-men Facts.

ohdeargodwhy:

Even more posters!

jaclcfrost:

i don’t care if a character is immortal i want to know their age. their exact age. i want to know how many centuries they’ve been around. if they died before they became immortal i want to know how old they were then. don’t give me that “age: immortal” shit. do not go there

potterbird:

Daniel Radcliffe's acceptance speech for the Man of the Year Glamour Award, 2013. (x)

"You’re alive," I whisper, pressing my palms against my cheeks, feeling the smile that’s so wide it must look like a grimace. Peeta’s alive. And a traitor. But at the moment, I don’t care. Not what he says, or who he says it for, only that he is still capable of speech.

(Source: hundredlifetimes)

fangirlingforeverz:

thebluemoondragon:

Fanfiction is great because you can watch your OTP confess their undying love to each other four hundred times in a row, and it’s different every time.