And again, your silence in the matter of my wife is most telling. Do you believe I should not have allowed her to remain with the horseman?

(via makoisthenewblack)

dakotaaaa:

The Trio, and the scars they got along the way.
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Man, every time I finish the books I go through a period of mourning, and this time I am self medicating with fanart.
I borrowed Hermione’s scar from the movies, I actually found that part powerful, in a awful way, and Rons’ scars are from the fifth book, when they broke into the ministry and he summoned the brains.

dakotaaaa:

The Trio, and the scars they got along the way.

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Man, every time I finish the books I go through a period of mourning, and this time I am self medicating with fanart.

I borrowed Hermione’s scar from the movies, I actually found that part powerful, in a awful way, and Rons’ scars are from the fifth book, when they broke into the ministry and he summoned the brains.

(via dreamerof-impossibledreams)

nedcans:

jean-luc-gohard:

You’re one in a million. That means there are 320 of you in the United States. Find yourself. Start an army. Overthrow the government of a small midwestern town. Run shit.

And now, the weather.

(via woistmeinessen)

"I think their relationship’s really evolved. I love scenes where it’s about two women who are not against each other, not trying to tear each other down. This is about Skye really proving herself to May, and now May sees her potential as a very good S.H.I.E.L.D. agent. And I love the dynamic of being her mentor, and guiding her so that she can perhaps not just instill some of her own personal skills to Skye and her philosophies, but she can also just develop more of that friendship. I don’t think May is very good about making friends, and then this sense of being a mentor, I think she’s more comfortable with.” (Ming-Na Wen)

(via claraoswinoswaldrun)

Fan fiction gives women and other marginalised groups the chance to subvert the mainstream perspective, to fracture a story and recast it in their own way. It’s not for the benefit of middle-aged men with a vast audience and little understanding of the form. Elizabeth Minkel on Why it doesn’t matter what Benedict Cumberbatch thinks of Sherlock fan fiction. (via otterymary)

(via clintbuckys)

bufotoxin:

constantly having to deliberately downplay your mental illness but also constantly worrying that you’re making it up for attention, somehow

(via spooky-deathly-hallow)

callmekitto:

physically i would describe myself as a noncommittal wiggly hand gesture with a vague “enhhh” noise

(via hanjibae)