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“We’ve said enough! Riku, you know what to do! King Mickey, my friend, forgive me! Farewell!”
Happy birthday to the late Sir Christopher Lee (born May 27th, 1922, died June 7, 2015) who originally voiced Ansem the Wise/DiZ in Kingdom Hearts II and Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. He would’ve been 94 today. #BDayKH

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“Everything else I’d ever done, everything I’ve ever been, was erased in an instant. People who had fought beside me in the war, or served beside me for years in the Senate—they didn’t even see me as myself any longer. All I’ll ever be to them now is Darth Vader’s daughter.”

Han snuggled her closer against his chest as they lay together in their bed on Hosnian Prime. “ It’s not gonna be like that forever,” he murmured.

“It just hurts, that’s all.”

–Bloodline, Claudia Gray

Inside my head almost every time I leave the house...

Did I turn off the stove?

I don’t think I did…

Now that I’m thinking about it, I remember turning it off.

But did I remember to lock the door?

Yes, I did. I remember locking the door. Wait… I’m just gonna check and make sure. Better safe than sorry.

The Hogwarts Houses as Romantic Comedies
  • Hufflepuff:Bridget Jones's Diary, Sleepless in Seattle, Never Been Kissed, Letters to Juliet
  • Slytherin:You've Got Mail, 10 Things I Hate About You, The Ugly Truth, Bridesmaids
  • Ravenclaw:Pretty Woman, The Princess Bride, 500 Days of Summer, Austenland
  • Gryffindor:When Harry Met Sally, Clueless, Love Actually, Crazy Stupid Love

anonymous asked:

Is it just me but one of my favorite parts about Aelin is that she is a total badass and can kick basically everyone's ass but that she embraces her feminine side? Like she will go beat someone up and then come home and be like look at all of my gorgeous dresses you wish you had and just swagger around looking like a total badass queen. I don't anyways I'm just rambling

I know what you mean! I think that is one thing that I absolutely love that about her. She can embrace two different sides of her life and it isn’t weird or forced. Most books the girl hates her feminine side it seems. So Aelin is really refreshing, not always complaining about having to dress up, she enjoys it! Her swagger is unbelievable and I love both sides of her. Don’t ever think you are rambling! We love talking about every character. Sarah makes amazing characters, so it is only fair that we can talk about them, and fangirl over them together! 

~Ash 

“Quem disse que um parque de diversões não é o melhor lugar para se gravar um vídeo? Fazia tanto tempo que eu não andava em uma roda-gigante! Mas é claro, nenhuma se compara à London Eye, eu recomendo, é super alta e dá pra ver praticamente Londres todinha. Ah, sem falar que quase toda a cidade tá aqui. É hoje que eu dou uns beijos na boca.”

                    “Heroes are nothing but a negative mindset to follow. To ‘save everyone’ is a hopeless dream, its only your gateway to the afterlife. How many times can a hero make a promise to everyone? In the end they wont be able to save you, no matter how hard you try. These foolish kids have a lot coming for them and my aid will not be used to their ‘justice’.

anon: you only care about writing with a few people, you don’t give anyone else a chance. you’re a stuck up elitist.
me: lmao what a load of bullshit.
me: *look at like the 3rd starter i’m working on for @carisiisms this week*
me: 

Young singer Troye Sivan is becoming a big deal

Troye Sivan reckons the time he took to write the songs in his new album helped him form his own musical style


If Troye Sivan looks somewhat familiar to you, maybe it’s because you’ve seen him before, with claws, in an X-Men movie.

Sivan starred as a young James Howlett in X-Men Origins: Wolverine back in 2009, playing essentially a much younger version of fellow Australian Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine. Does he look back on that role and think, “Hmm, maybe I could replace Jackman one day?”

“That would be awesome. I would love to do that one day!” the 20-year-old Australian singer-songwriter said with a laugh, during a phone interview from Denmark, where he was on tour.

These days, of course, Sivan is better known as a musician, albeit one whose first full-length album, Blue Neighbourhood, debuted at No. 7 of the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart when it was released last December.

“I didn’t expect it to do so well. I was pleasantly surprised with the reviews and what people said about the album. For me, it was important that people liked what I was doing,” said Sivan.

The reviews for Blue Neighbourhood have certainly been quite positive, with The Guardian praising him for “capturing the sound of now so well”, and AllMusic calling him “fearless and honest in a way other pop stars are not”.

According to Sivan, all the acclaim has been gratifying, and vindicating. “When I set out, my main goal was to be genuine and real. I didn’t want to let anyone shape me into what they want me to be, like many of the young artistes out there,” he said, adding that the time he took to write the songs in Blue Neighbourhood really helped him form his own musical style.

“I took my time to write the album and let my true self really come out. I wrote it in a year and a half, and I had the time to figure out who I really am.”

Born Troye Sivan Mellet in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1995, his parents moved to Australia when he was two. Sivan began his musical career in 2006, and released his debut EP, Dare To Dream, in 2008. He followed that up with 2014’s TRXYE(which debuted at No. 1 on iTunes in over 55 countries) and last September’s Wild EP, before finally releasing Blue Neighbourhood last December.

Yup, that’s Sivan as a young Wolverine in 2009s X-Men Origins: Wolverine.


Although he had quite an acting career in the earlier part of his career, he is putting acting on hold while he pursues his musical career.

“Acting is one of the things that is not at the top of my priority list right now,” said Sivan, who was also the star of the popular Spud film trilogy back in South Africa.

“Between acting and music, I prefer music. It’s more fulfilling for me, because I can be more involved in it. I’m involved in the production, the songwriting, and of course, performing live.”

Sivan also has a strong following on social media, with over 3.82 million Twitter followers and over four million subscribers to his YouTube channel, where he also posts a video blog. For all his popularity on these platforms however, he doesn’t deem it necessary for a musician to be social media savvy.

“Look at Beyonce (who has 14.4 million Twitter followers but has posted a grand total of nine times since 2009) … Yes, it makes things easier in some ways, and lets us connect with fans, but I don’t think it’s essential at all,” he said.

Sivan’s schedule is pretty much full for the rest of the year – he is currently on a global tour to promote the album. Plus he will be performing at this Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards as well, an opportunity that he calls “life-changing”.

Beyond that, however, he doesn’t know what the future holds for him just yet. “Maybe after this year, I’ll have to haul myself up and go back to the studio and start writing again,” he mused.

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The Lip Bite. It does things to my nethers EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.