wiseyoungravenclaw:

Remus Arthur Potter, you were named after two men who looked out for my safety and cared about my well-being out of altruism and decency rather than because I was a tool for them to use or because I was someone’s son.

(via batcii)

pa-tang:

The government’s solution to Captain America is a giant hamster ball

pa-tang:

The government’s solution to Captain America is a giant hamster ball

(via superhumandisasters)

misspryss:

julstorres:

survivablyso:

buckybarneswho:

Let’s be honest everyone would rather watch a Black Widow movie than antman

I’d rather watch Black Widow file her taxes than an Ant Man movie

Well you have to admit her work-related expenses would tell some pretty interesting stories all by themselves

Black Widow orders towels online: the movie

Black Widow reorganizes her sock drawer: the movie

Black Widow cleans her gutters: the movie

Still more exciting than Ant Man

(via ohgodsabove)

itscolossal:

New from Banksy: Art Buff
itscolossal:

New from Banksy: Art Buff
itscolossal:

New from Banksy: Art Buff

princessofcumberland:

This Song was not heard for almost a hundred years until a team of remodelers found a music sheet stuck under the paneling of a wall in one of Australia’s oldest churches, it is now being released for the first time since 1914. Listen to the sound of a choir of over 300 people attempt to capture this beautiful song one last time.

(via okayjokesover)

raptorific:

so much happening here:

  1. Feels a lot like you’re saying all of those things are supposed to be synonyms for “crazy” and “insane,” which is honestly more hurtful to me as a mentally ill person than being called “crazy” or “insane.”
  2. Thanks for starring out the letter A there. If I see those words entirely intact, I’ll probably spin into a manic rage and poop on the floor like a wild animal! Thanks for removing literally one letter so I only have to see 85% of the word, now I don’t have to start foaming at the mouth!
  3. The words “crazy” and “insane” are actually really important words for a lot of mentally ill people, who use it as a necessary shorthand to express concern that our illnesses might be skewing our perceptions of reality. For example, “is it crazy that I’m so worried about this?” is a much more effective thing to say than “is this a legitimate concern, or am I just projecting my own anxieties and paranoia onto the world around me?” Treating “crazy” as an inherently hurtful slur in all contexts (even “just saying it with no context so people know which word you’re talking about” as above) takes away a “real or not real” shorthand from us. 
  4. Seriously this kind of post is so patronizing people stop doing them

(via lucymonster)

stuffimgoingtohellfor:

hils79:

Well I’m impressed they have managed to condense the complex plot of Cap 2 into an easy reading children’s story

sebastian stan going into every B&N in the metro areascrawling on the pages in black markerBUT HE WAS ONLY DOING IT BECAUSE SOME VERY MEAN PEOPLE HAD HURT HIM TOO AND LIED TO HIMASK YOUR PARENTSTHEY’LL EXPLAIN WHEN YOU’RE OLDER
stuffimgoingtohellfor:

hils79:

Well I’m impressed they have managed to condense the complex plot of Cap 2 into an easy reading children’s story

sebastian stan going into every B&N in the metro areascrawling on the pages in black markerBUT HE WAS ONLY DOING IT BECAUSE SOME VERY MEAN PEOPLE HAD HURT HIM TOO AND LIED TO HIMASK YOUR PARENTSTHEY’LL EXPLAIN WHEN YOU’RE OLDER

stuffimgoingtohellfor:

hils79:

Well I’m impressed they have managed to condense the complex plot of Cap 2 into an easy reading children’s story

sebastian stan going into every B&N in the metro area

scrawling on the pages in black marker

BUT HE WAS ONLY DOING IT BECAUSE SOME VERY MEAN PEOPLE HAD HURT HIM TOO AND LIED TO HIM

ASK YOUR PARENTS

THEY’LL EXPLAIN WHEN YOU’RE OLDER

(via lucymonster)

superhumandisasters:

araniaart:

Went to the store tonight with foxyfussings and almost could’t handle the feels.

Wasn’t prepared.  Wasn’t prepared. 

ffffffffffffffffffffff

This is a nightmare.