emphasisonthehomo:

Queer subtext in media is nice and all, but have you considered:

  • Including actual queer characters instead of vague metaphors for queer characters.

(via oceanheartedgirl)

If you’re not live tweeting Orphan Black then I have no idea what you’re doing with your life

genius-of-a-fake-suicide:

i-am-greg-lestrade:

mid0nz:

mid0nz:

moriarty:

cinnabutt:

wwankin:

hey doesn’t Sherlock have a best friend or something in this show?

John Wazowski

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JOHN WAZOWSKI

The hiatus continues

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starline:

stormyteacup:

buzzfeed:

asgardreid:

boyfriendhook:

In which Jaime required coffee in order to sit through the wedding vows. [x]

OMFG BEST MISTAKE EVER

Did the Tyrells bring Starbucks to King’s Landing?

Jaime Lannister shows up 15 minutes late with Starbucks and a gold hand.

This is obviously proof that coffee restores previously severed appendages.

(via cracked)

I would put this in my window and if it was on then it would mean I’m experiencing heavy feelings and I need to be left alone.

(via infpconnection)

royals-and-quotes:

Tiara Tuesday -  Lady Hesketh’s Aquamarines and Diamonds, circa 1910 (Estate of Christian)

Oooooh, it looks like the Ravenclaw Diadem

(via ladyvimes)

folkinz:

I am absolutely in love with this show.

Broad City needs more love on my Dash.

medievalpoc:

Jacapo Pontormo

Portrait of Maria Salviati de’ Medici with Giulia de’ Medici

Italy (c. 1537)88 x 71.3 x 1 cm

Giulia Romola di Alessandro de’ Medici (c. 1535 – c. 1588) was the illegitimate, possibly biracial daughter of Alessandro de’ Medici, Duke of Florence and his mistress Taddea Malaspina. Following her father’s assassination, she was reared at the court of Cosimo I de’ Medici and married advantageously twice.

The child was painted over sometime during the 19th century but was rediscovered during a 1937 cleaning of the work.

As she grew up, Giulia was completely integrated into life at court and was educated to a high standard, as were the daughters and other female wards of Cosimo I. 

Courtiers noted that the young Giulia was “the image of her father.” Cosimo arranged an advantageous marriage for her with Francesco Cantelmo, the Count of Alvito and the Duke of Popoli, in 1550, when she was about fifteen years old, and provided a dowry for her of an amount that would be worth about eight million United States dollars today.

Some art historians once identified the child as a young Cosimo I de’ Medici, but it is now generally accepted to be Giulia. The child in the portrait appears to be a little girl, rather than a boy, and her expression is anxious. The child’s full lips, round nose, and curly reddish hair also bear resemblance to known portraits of the young Alessandro de’ Medici. Other girls of about the right age who were at court during this period also do not resemble the child in the portrait.  This painting is in the permanent collection of The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.

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I’d totally watch a movie about her.

chrissymodi-frost:

I have to reboot this today!

chrissymodi-frost:

I have to reboot this today!

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I know y’all like sinks and shit but lets talk about toasters

bandgeek-musicfreak:

ciel-the-neko-overlord:

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This one looks like a scanner

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This one poaches eggs too

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Fucking hamster wheels

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This ones see through

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Awesomeness

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This one hangs on the fucking wall

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It’s like a flower

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Hand held toaster

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Need a reminder? write it on your toast

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Old school like the old school

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WERE LOSING HIM SIR NOT ON MY WATCH

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 Now you know todays weather

i didn’t realize that a toaster fandom actually existed. this is beautiful. 

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ofiscariot:

i am frightened by the crowd
for we are getting much too loud
and they’ll crush us if we go too far

Carl Anderson is a vision in this movie.

ofiscariot:

i am frightened by the crowd

for we are getting much too loud

and they’ll crush us if we go too far

Carl Anderson is a vision in this movie.