northfalls:

Natalie Dormer | at the MTVu Fandom Awards, SDCC july 24th 2014

The most wonderful thing about my best mate Luke (derpylizardmon) is his unfailing optimism when it comes to books. When he read Glinda’s last chapter in Out of Oz, the sadder reading of the scene that Glinda dies in the cell and that’s why she sees Elphaba never crossed his mind. He went straight to the conclusion that Elphie was still alive and rescuing Glinda from Southstairs so that they could grow old together.

We like to discuss them being little old ladies who sit in rocking chairs and have meaningful arguments about who drank all of the milk.

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bettymcraycray:

Dragon Age II, ACT II: a summary.

Batwoman Bishoujo Statue by Kotobukiya

It just looks like she’s questioning the awful pose.

"Why am I here in these heels? I specifically did not want heels. I can’t kick ass in heels!"

"I’ve got such a wedgie right now, not going to lie. You mind if I break pose and just reach on in there?"

"I bet my nails are like 2 inches long under these gloves. Haha I feel so useless right now."

"Also didn’t you know I was playing the part of Mary in There’s Something About Mary? I’m so glad that this is in fact hair gel."

I’m not going to scroll past Galinda flashing me now am I?

I’m not going to scroll past Galinda flashing me now am I?

fa·vour (n): historically, a badge or ribbon worn or given to indicate loyalty; a token of love or goodwill

How to Understand Your INFJ: Part 1

browncoatfromtheshire:

iminfj:

1. Accept that you will never really understand your INFJ. If it were possible for anyone to 100% understand any INFJ, an INFJ would have wrote a book on it by now. But the truth is, even we INFJs can’t completely understand ourselves, so we don’t expect you to. But we can tell when you’re trying, and that means a lot. 

2. Listen to what your INFJ is not saying. You know the quote that goes something like “the quietest people have the loudest minds”? That is very true of INFJs. The quieter we are, the more we probably have on our minds. We want friends and partners who understand that and will want to talk to us about it, and more importantly, listen.

3. Know that INFJs really aren’t that serious. Yes, we have a lot on our minds. Yes, we can be sensitive. Yes, we like to partake in serious discussions and debates at times. But we are happiest when we can just be playful, carefree and weird with someone who accepts that side of us. 

4. If you’re not happy, your INFJ is not happy. If someone we love is upset, we take on their feelings as our own. We are extremely empathetic. Sometimes even the sadness in the eyes of the person checking us out at the grocery store is enough to dampen our mood for the rest of the day. This is a quality that makes INFJs different from a lot of other types. We value people who understand this and don’t take every mood shift personally. It’s just hard when you feel what everyone else is feeling all the time. 

5. INFJs can be very stubborn. INFJs hate conflict and avoid it as much as possible, but if you hit the right nerve we will jump in and defend our opinions and values to the death. Later we will probably secretly try to understand your perspective (because we’re always trying to understand everything about everyone) and that might even cause us to agree with you a little, but we won’t tell you that. ;) 

6. INFJs can forgive, but we never forget. If you hurt us and then apologize, we’ll probably forgive you and give you a second chance. But we will never forget the hurt we felt and we will be cautious around you for awhile afterwards. 

7. INFJs are experts at hiding their feelings. We tend to bottle a lot up inside, so on the outside everything appears completely fine. Even the most intuitive types (except maybe other INFJs) can’t typically tell when an INFJ is upset. We both like this and hate this about ourselves.

8. INFJs feel a lot of responsibility, always. We need to make sure everyone is happy, but we also need to be there to listen to everyone’s problems. We need to make sure everything on a project goes right, but we also need to make sure everyone working on the project gets a say in what is happening. We need to make sure we get there on time, but don’t want to make anyone upset by rushing them. We are internal perfectionist and put a lot of pressure on ourselves. But we don’t come across as a typical type A personality because those type of people stress people out and we don’t want to stress anyone out. So we just keep our perfectionism to ourselves and it drives us crazy a little. 

Part 2 coming soon.

What are you doing in my brain?

Same

You are my candy girl.

I spent a good portion of the drive down to my Graduation singing this to my mum.

It seems that when you want to make a woman into a hero, you hurt her first. When you want to make a man into a hero, you hurt… also a woman first.

false-to-my-nature:

mischievous-child:

Savannah Stevenson sings “Let It Go” during Wicked (18-7-2014)

from insanitygonemad on youtube

I am so glad there is an audio of this!

smarmypuggles:

"Elphaba Thropp, you useless lesbian"

- The whole fandom upon reaching page 215 of Wicked

*thud* -  the sound of Glinda hitting her on the back of the head with the grimmerie…

thesubversivesound:

resiststance:

andrewneilblog:

'Coalition Government Colouring and Activity Book' - Tom Pride 

this is beautiful

Get your printer on parents, I’ve got some fun activities for the little’ns.

monsieurdangereux:

Wouldn’t let Kate get married in her own book, but at least she’s happily married to Renee in the Injustice-verse.
Injustice Gods Among Us Year Two #16 // Tom Taylor, Xermanico

monsieurdangereux:

Wouldn’t let Kate get married in her own book, but at least she’s happily married to Renee in the Injustice-verse.

Injustice Gods Among Us Year Two #16 // Tom Taylor, Xermanico

pheberoni:

:O

OMG Hawke’s is perfect.

Goofballs.