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jdmookami:

sixpenceee:

The Sound of Silence is a horror games that dynamically adapts to a person’s greatest fear. It will deliver a different experience to each player. The game is said to be released in early 2014.

You can view the full concept idea of it here: X

I wish to play this game. Like right now. No one knows my deepest fears, not even me. This shall be good

^^^ 

THIS

I WAS SO HAPPY WHEN I GOT THIS MESSAGE

The First and Last Sentences of The Chronicles of Narnia series

digitalmovie:

this is me about 98 percent of the time.

digitalmovie:

this is me about 98 percent of the time.

tomcruiseandthedestiewers:

Source New York Times

Tom is amused at how Jensen saying he doesn’t want to know about Wincest transformed into Jensen saying he didn’t want to know about Destiel.

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thefamilyassbutt:

odetoabird:

cumber-bitches:

cazastrophic:

cumber-bitches:

how come nobody got pregnant at hogwarts? i mean come on, surely there was some unprotected hanky panky going on there.

Wizardry.

ahh, makes sense. 

fetus deletus

#I think you’ll find it was because Harry cock blocked everyone

notmydate:

drunkonfairyblood:

notmydate:

Martin Freeman | Who Do You Think You Are?

#eternal crying

Reblogging because of this from a recent interview Martin gave:

His parents divorced when he was 1 and he lived mostly with his father, a naval officer, until his sudden death from a heart attack when Freeman was 10. “At the time, I probably tried to brush my dad’s death under the carpet. I didn’t want people to feel sorry for me. I was small, I was pretty sickly and asthmatic; people already went ‘little Martin’. But when I was 17 or 18, I realized that losing a parent is a big deal. It was devastating in a way that I was unable to acknowledge at the time.” His eyes tear up. “Sometimes I wonder if I heard his voice now, would it be the same as it is my memory?

i-want-cheese:

we-are-the-lonely-ones:

this was relevant when I was in 6th grade and it’s still relevant in college 

Almost 30. Still relevant.

i-want-cheese:

we-are-the-lonely-ones:

this was relevant when I was in 6th grade and it’s still relevant in college 

Almost 30. Still relevant.

trigger-incoming:

This website is like a suicide hotline but with text chat instead.  I would appreciate it if you guys helped spread the word.

simonmarshallcolfer:

help-the-fandoms-have-me:

WHOA

DO YOU KNOW WHAT I JUST REALIZED

If there were hunters out there like Sam and Dean, or a secret organization called Torchwood, or the Doctor showing up, or fairies or wizards or demigods or whatever,

the ONE thing that would keep it completely secret

is if someone wrote a book or made a TV show about it

because by doing an internet search, all that would show up

would be the show or the book

and people will assume it’s fiction

but… what if?

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nodaybuttodaytodefygravity:

oh-so-pleasant:

how many hospital visits do you think st. mungo’s gets from people using engorgio spells on their dick

you ask the real questions i like it

nathanieljosephruess:

am i bisexual? am i pansexual? am i gay? am i straight? well officer mostly i’m just sad

cracked:

History’s actual Vikings would have scoffed at Chris Hemsworth for looking like a Nordic hobo who spent a night in a dumpster.
5 Scenes From History That Everyone Pictures Incorrectly

#5. Real Vikings Were a Bunch of Fussy Dandies
It turns out, the only thing Vikings loved more than a fine day pillaging and slaughtering was the sort of personal grooming most of us modern people wouldn’t dream of bothering with. Seriously, they were way, way into that shit: Pretty much every non-slave member of Viking society wore absurdly complex hair and beard styles they freely peacocked with to display their status in the community. Most owned elaborate grooming kits that included tweezers, razors, tiny scissors, and, presumably, the new album of that bone-horn player you’ve probably never heard about.

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cracked:

History’s actual Vikings would have scoffed at Chris Hemsworth for looking like a Nordic hobo who spent a night in a dumpster.

5 Scenes From History That Everyone Pictures Incorrectly

#5. Real Vikings Were a Bunch of Fussy Dandies

It turns out, the only thing Vikings loved more than a fine day pillaging and slaughtering was the sort of personal grooming most of us modern people wouldn’t dream of bothering with. Seriously, they were way, way into that shit: Pretty much every non-slave member of Viking society wore absurdly complex hair and beard styles they freely peacocked with to display their status in the community. Most owned elaborate grooming kits that included tweezers, razors, tiny scissors, and, presumably, the new album of that bone-horn player you’ve probably never heard about.

Read More