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A gatherings of things the make me squee. Sherlock, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Harry Potter are just a few.

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femdommefiona:

All women, take note! You are gorgeous and perfect exactly as you are!

femdommefiona:

All women, take note! You are gorgeous and perfect exactly as you are!

Source: evansvictoria

carolinereadsalot:

AMEN!! 

carolinereadsalot:

AMEN!! 

Source: obamaflakes

unamusedsloth:

The last one is so done with humans.

Source: unamusedsloth

Robb and Talisa’s deaths in the Red Wedding

                                                             (requested by maniacalmurnane)

Source: sansalayned

highmiranda:

does anyone else find it immensely comforting to have someone touching you? not like poking or tickling you or like sexually just feeling some other person being beside you and like your elbows or legs or something are touching and you’re like oh this person is alive too

naalajay:

dustyqueefs:

marlianguisette:

drunkenbruises:

brofisting:

coblynau:

sports

this gif fixes sadness

*kiss* 
*kiss*
*smile*
*boop*

World War everything ended.

look how the refs face softens when they kiss tho

i actually do love this

naalajay:

dustyqueefs:

marlianguisette:

drunkenbruises:

brofisting:

coblynau:

sports

this gif fixes sadness

*kiss* 

*kiss*

*smile*

*boop*

World War everything ended.

look how the refs face softens when they kiss tho

i actually do love this

Source: 4gifs

Source: superwhollock

serfbwort:

Happy 10th Anniversary, ”Hey Ya!”

”Hey Ya!” was released on September 9th, 2003 as one of the lead singles from the Speakerboxxx/The Love Below album. It proved to be a commercial success, topping the Billboard Hot 100 for nine consecutive weeks. It won the award for ‘Best Urban/Alternative Performance’ at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards, as well as being nominated for ‘Record of The Year’ and ‘Best Music Video, Short Form’. 

Source: christophertracys

jimmyjamjimjohn:

rubywhiterabbit:

One day we’ll be in a Marvel movie, sitting there as something doesn’t feel right. and as the credits start to roll we’ll know what it is. It will flash up on screen and our hearts will break. “In loving memory of Stan Lee”. There was no cameo in that movie. And there never will be again.

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Source: ruby-white-rabbit