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Favorite fictional characters: Richard Deckard, Roland Deshcain, The Gecko Brothers, Eddie Dean, Connor and Murphy MacManus, Bellamy and Octavia Blake, Rick and Carl Grimes, Klaus, Elijah, and Rebekah Mikaelson, Marvel Gerard, Will Graham… (family is a theme)

Favorite books: Tender is the Night - F Scott Fitzgerald, Grapes of Wrath - John Steinbeck, Fight Club - Chuck Palahnuik, ‘Salem’s Lot + or pretty much anything Stephen King, Hope of Heaven - John O’Hara, LA Confidential - James Ellroy, Postman Always Rings Twice - James M Cain

Favorite tv shows: the walking dead, game of thrones, the 100, the originals, from dusk til dawn, twilight zone.

Favorite beverages: diet coke

Favorite foods:  F O O D

Last movie I’ve seen in cinemas: Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Dream holiday: go to holland or denmark or germany or placesss

Dream wedding: something Art Deco, that’s it. that’s all I care about

Favorite song (at the moment): Arabella - Arctic Monkeys and Beat The Devil’s Tattoo - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Tagging: @irreparablewanheda + @knifethroatedx x @hundredmuses x @ofmiidnight x @ofhazmats x @spacexwalker + @damnedmechanic + @hopeisxverything

The Undertaker surveying the damage [June 28, 1998]

In one of the most brutal matches, and some say THE most brutal match, in WWF history, you have to wonder how both men felt during the carnage. The Undertaker, in this shot, is looking down at Mankind. A man he had just tossed off of the cage. A man he had just chokeslammed through the cage. A man… who still hadn’t given up, and would come back for more.