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Thranduil is going to be proud of his son…

Quite possibly the best video I’ve watched so far in 2013…

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My con, everybody!

LEGOLAS GREENLEAF, PRINCE OF MIRKWOOD, FINALLY GROWS INTO HIS BIRTHRIGHT

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HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW ME?

Answer which one you think would fit me and leave it in my askbox.

  • Tall or short?
  • Crazy or calm?
  • Brunette or blonde?
  • Over 20 years old or under?
  • Single or in relationship?
  • Straight, gay or bi?
  • Lazy or bouncy?
  • Big dreamer or take things as they come?
  • Try three different outfits at morning or just wear anything?
  • Prefer flats or high heels?
  • Curly or straight hair?
  • Sleep with light on or off?

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best. flashmob. ever.

I am legit in tears.

Goosebumps.

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Though most of the big movies this year are about spandex clad overly buff people saving the world, there’s something else there. People, we seem to be in the middle of something of a fairy-tale fad. Oh, it’s nothing compared to the vampire fad that the Twilight series kicked off, but it’s noticeable, and it’s there. One such movie that can be said to be part of this fad is Snow White and the Huntsman which stars, funnily enough, Kristen Stewart of Twilight fame, as well as Charlize Theron, and Chris Hemsworth – who made his fame as a spandex clad overly buff hero saving the world, funny that.

Now, everyone one knows the Snow White story, it’s a tale as old as time. (Beauty and the Beast reference unintentional). To the more traditional telling, SWATH adds political mess, dark magic, and kick-ass females taking the fore. All of which make for entertaining viewing. This is a Snow White story for the Lord of the Rings/Game of Thrones crowd

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“Sex and violence; I love children’s television” ~ Frazz Davies, Press Gang 4×01

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Steven Moffat, regardless of what you think of him now, created one of the single greatest female characters ever to hit television screens, as well as one of my all time favourites. This was way back in the late 80s, early 90s, in his first television outing. The character? Well, of course, it’s Lynda Day from the children’s television show Press Gang. And don’t think I don’t see you heading for the back button, just stop right there. Press Gang is one of those shows that really, you should check out again as an adult.

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So I write for a webzine now. That’s a thing that I do. It’s not just me, obviously, so there will also be some good articles.

Anyway, the first ever issue just went live - it’s online, so completely free - and if just a few of my followers could check it out I’d be really pleased. And hey, if you like it, tell your friends! Reblog this post! Whatever!

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Borrowing implies the eventual intention to return the thing that was taken. What makes you think I would ever give you back?

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The many emotions and faces of John Watson. We like your face.

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this was my final test in art today

i’m glad students aren’t the only ones who give up at the end of the year

LOLOLOLOLOL WUT.

where was this during my finals????

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guys i cant stop

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