Special skills: extensive Harry Potter knowledge, can watch an entire TV show in a week, knows words to every Disney song, can form abnormally strong attachments to fictional characters, Microsoft Word
So you mean, able to retain knowledge, has incredible focus and drive, excellent at processing media, remembers obscure details when needed, and has great skill at creating connections with individuals despite minimal interfacing?
And Microsoft Word?
R.I.P. Robin Williams, 1951-2014
3.08 & 5.01
Requested by Anon
#Just a reminder that someone died in this room one minute later #Just a reminder that Lydia probably felt it as a Banshee #She probably thought it was going to be her #So when Brunski walked towards Stiles with that needle #Lydia refused to believe her Banshee feeling was about him #That Stiles will actually die #Because she couldn’t see anyone else dies #Especially not Stiles Stilinski #Just a reminder
Steve, Peggy and Bucky - Then and Now
God I loved this scene. We learned so much in this tiny clip.
Steve’s mother died when he was an older man, Bucky’s parents are alive and love Steve. Bucky and Steve put couch cushions on the floor as kids (and had kiddie sleepovers where they totally played cops and robbers). Bucky knows where Steve’s key is. Bucky tried to get Steve to live with him (my headcanon is that Steve accepted and they became roomies up until Buck went to war).
The one thing that wasn’t new was that Bucky was still by his side. It’s just amazing to see that their bromance before The First Avenger was just as epic as I knew it would be.
Also I will never tire of seeing skinny Steve because I adore him.
ROSES ARE RED
VIOLETS ARE BLUE
In The Flesh meme
∟ [1/1] one character → Amy Dyer
What is every living person afraid of? […] Death. The Big Sleep. Deep down, fearing the reaper is the reason why everyone’s so messed up in the head. They know the end is nigh, but there’s nothing they can do about it, so it drives them nuts and they live their lives with one eye on the clock. We don’t have to do that. We can smash the clock to pieces.
I don’t mind facebook (sometimes) but after getting into a conversation on one of my status’ regarding Marvel that VERY quickly turned to the ‘hot guys with muscles chat’ it made me think how much I prefer tumblr. I knew there’d be no point bringing in the subject of how good the plots were, or how deep and perplexing the characters are or the writing or skill that goes into them, because I knew it would get back round to ‘hotness levels’.
I’m not saying one thing’s better than the other, or that I’m better than anyone (my opinion of myself is so incredibly low) but it just made me feel that if anyone were to read the comments, it would seem I only like Marvel for the men, and I really, really don’t.