sean-codyvevo:

bored-no-more:

Sand storm, it’s just a storm …. wait who turned off the light?

OMG THIS IS HORRIFYING

sean-codyvevo:

bored-no-more:

Sand storm, it’s just a storm …. wait who turned off the light?

OMG THIS IS HORRIFYING

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(Source: pinkierandompie, via devildoll)

thesmilingfish:

Ten years ago…

thesmilingfish:

Ten years ago…

(via devildoll)

gameraboy:

Marvel Comics is making Thor a woman.  From Time Magazine:

TIME: How do you think this will impact fans who have been with the male version of Thor for such a long time?

Jason Aaron, writer of the Thor series: If you’re a long-time Thor fan you know there’s kind of a tradition from time to time of somebody else picking up that hammer. Beta Ray Bill was a horse-faced alien guy who picked up the hammer. At one point Thor was a frog. So I think if we can accept Thor as a frog and a horse-faced alien, we should be able to accept a woman being able to pick up that hammer and wield it for a while, which surprisingly we’ve never really seen before.

Time: Marvel Comics Writers Explain Why They’re Making Thor a Woman

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steammmpunk:

alittlewerewolfoven:

oh

sorry bb

dutchster:

as a serial killer my name would be the suspense so my victims would be like “oh no, the suspense is killing me” and we would both laugh right before i killed them

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editoress:

"SIT LIKE A LADY"

NO

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onthemedia:

WHAT CAN WE LEARN ABOUT THE INTERNET FROM THE DISASTROUS DASHCON CONVENTION LAST WEEKEND?
Fandom works precisely because it has no leaders. People feed off one another’s creativity and energy, and you don’t need anyone’s permission to squirrel your own stories away on your Tumblr. They are yours and they are everyone’s. No one’s asking permission, no one’s organizing them beyond a few hashtags, and no one is “responsible” with keeping the fandom running smoothly. 
But to create an event, one that exists in the world, and requires transactions (both socially and monetarily), well, fandom doesn’t necessarily equip one to be able to pull that off. It feels like the DashCon organizers were faced with an event that they willed into being, and then required maintenance, follow-through, and organization. And it fell apart.

Dashcon was the most ridiculous of all failure’s of a con, there are PLENTY of fandom run, and funded, cons out there that run smoothly with few hick-ups. No, there isn’t a one single leader of any fandom, but there are some AMAZING people in it that are great organizers and hard works that are willing and able to put events on that involve “transactions (both socially and monetarily)” that are pulled off multiple times a year.

onthemedia:

WHAT CAN WE LEARN ABOUT THE INTERNET FROM THE DISASTROUS DASHCON CONVENTION LAST WEEKEND?

Fandom works precisely because it has no leaders. People feed off one another’s creativity and energy, and you don’t need anyone’s permission to squirrel your own stories away on your Tumblr. They are yours and they are everyone’s. No one’s asking permission, no one’s organizing them beyond a few hashtags, and no one is “responsible” with keeping the fandom running smoothly. 

But to create an event, one that exists in the world, and requires transactions (both socially and monetarily), well, fandom doesn’t necessarily equip one to be able to pull that off. It feels like the DashCon organizers were faced with an event that they willed into being, and then required maintenance, follow-through, and organization. And it fell apart.

Dashcon was the most ridiculous of all failure’s of a con, there are PLENTY of fandom run, and funded, cons out there that run smoothly with few hick-ups. No, there isn’t a one single leader of any fandom, but there are some AMAZING people in it that are great organizers and hard works that are willing and able to put events on that involve “transactions (both socially and monetarily)” that are pulled off multiple times a year.

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Anonymous


In my own attempt to cheer myself up about this season, I've decided that the number of not-dead Hales is in fact even higher than we've thus far seen. Every dark-haired dude with a beard? A Hale. Every dark-haired woman with expressive eyebrows and a solid eye roll? A Hale. They're everywhere. They're taking over Hollywood. Derek's journey this season? To become the celebrity he was born to be.


oliverboliverbutts:

clawsandsympathy:

halffizzbin:

I’m so delighted by this that I honestly don’t even know how to respond dude.

JOE FLANIGAN FOR NEXT SECRET HALE 2014 BLOG

HOW DARE ALL OF YOU


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