davidbowiesmanpackage:

soul-to—squeeze:

georgesus:

"He’s a little fighter. He kind of, he wriggles around quite a lot.” - Prince William

look at this baby what even was his name

rename him royal wiggles 

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raysoccultbooks:

Mario Kart 8!!
Beautiful game, May 2014.
I don’t believe in watermarks, but please don’t hack this up to make your own gif-sets.

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georgeblagdiddy:

laurtino kisses

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magzlvzu:

surely-heaven-waits-for-you:

straight-as-a-curly-fry:

Ron’s just like “srsly tho, we’ve been dealing with this shit since 1st year. Dude’ll be fine, you watch. He’s gonna be walkin in those doors in like three seconds carrying a flock of unicorns he saved from an acromantula”

carrying a flock of unicorns he saved from an acromantula

Ron weasels doesn’t give a fuck right now

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abnormuhl:

homovikings:

i’m laughing so hard at how advanced technology is in asgard

the reason thor was disoriented on midgard when he got sent down was because that shit was too basic for him, he was thrown for a loop

#travel back to stone age #fail at using a flint #get dubbed as stupid by all the cavemen

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k-lionheart:

pussoliath:

WHY DO PUPPIES DO THIS LIKE LEG THROWING THING IT’S SO CUTE I WANT TO PUKE

OKAY FUN STORY TIME BITCHES: ABOUT A FEW YEARS BACK I HAD A SHIH TZU PUPPY NAMED TOBY. EVERY TIME WE CALLED HIM OVER HE WOULD RUN IN TO US IN THIS WAY. PICTURE A LITTLE SHIH TZU ADORABLE PUPPY RUNNING WITH EVERYTHING HE HAD AT YOU WHILST LIFTING HIS LITTLE PAWS TO DO THIS. I DIED EVERYTIME. SO I ASKED THE LADY WHO GAVE HIM TO US WHY HE DID THAT AND SHE SAID THAT IT’S REAL COMMON IN MALE PUPPIES TO DO THIS BECAUSE IT’S THEIR WAY OF EXPRESSING THEMSELVES AS FIERCE AND DOMINANT AS THEY CAN BE. IT’S THE EQUIVALENT TO A LION CUB PRACTICING HIS ROAR. 

I SERIOUSLY CANNOT. OFMG

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Kristen Bell plays "What's that?" Frozen edition (X)

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catherinedeneuev:

This is such an important yet underrated scene.

4 hours ago • 29722 notesvia@



When you ask a Disney Store employee if they have Frozen merch in the store

kumikopyon:

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Oh, dear, that’s no good.

See, that is from our Frozen stock, where supply and demand have a big problem…

4 hours ago • 1428 notesvia@



obsessedwithfrozen42:

searlait:

I am in love.

The animators did a hell of a good job putting Kristin in Anna. Wow.

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Enjolras: IT'S TIME TO TRYYYYY DEFYING MONARCHY
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itskhaleesii:

There is always going to be a special place in your heart for the first musical you’ve watched that made you the big Broadway freak you are today

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mainstreetsusa:

this little button deserves a place in the sky

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How Winry’s Heroism Helped Inspire Ed to Choose Humanity Over Alchemy

adventuresofcomicbookgirl:

When you actually look at Ed’s character development throughout the series, the stuff in Rush Valley with Winry was a huge important turning point for him. Moreover, his respect for the simple heroism of human beings as opposed to the power of alchemy is really very inspired by how he views Winry as a hero who does work more valuable than what he does as an alchemist. He looks up to her and realizes she has skills that alchemy can’t compare to and that’s why she’s a big factor in his final decision.

First off, we have to look at the aftermath of the Nina thing. This was the first time Ed had to accept that he can’t solve everything with alchemy.

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Here he blames being an “insignificant human” as the reason he couldn’t save Nina. He still believes he should be able to solve everything with alchemy and sees his humanity as his weakness here. He feels like a failure because he believes as an alchemist, his skills should apply to any situation.

He has a similar crisis when he’s unable to use alchemy to get to the doctor when the woman in Rush Valley is giving birth. He tries to build a bridge, but it collapses under it’s own weight.

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Ed has a similar line at a different point in the Brotherhood episode that adapts it, and I remember that it someone at Mark Spoils commented it came off as kinda manpain-y, like he’s suddenly making this situation about his issues. I’m always one to criticize that sort of thing and I understand with the condensed-ness of the Brotherhood episode it can come off that way, but reading the full chapter the line was there for a very specific reason- despite having all the fantastic superpowers at his disposal, Ed is helpless in this situation.He has no power to save anyone.

Which makes it a powerful statement when Winry isn’t. Winry takes the reigns and saves the day not with superpowers, but with courage and basic medical knowledge. Ed may know alchemy and fighting, but when the situation is an everyday crisis of normal human proportions like giving birth, it’s Winry who can get things done and save lives. Winry doesn’t rely on alchemy, so she has important skills that Ed doesn’t, so she can save the day where alchemy can’t.

And that’s when Ed changes his attitude. Through Winry, he sees that “insignificant humans” are amazing and capable of things alchemy cannot possibly do. He would not have had the revelation if not for Winry’s heroism.

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