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When life gets too strange, too impossible, too frightening, there is always one last hope. When all else fails, there are two men sitting, arguing in a scruffy flat, like they’ve always been there and they always will. The best and wisest men I have ever known, my Baker Street boys, Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson.
—Mary Watson

one last thought before i sleep

imagine if bones was as weird as karl urban tho (x) (you kno what just check the whole tag it’s beautiful)

the toy enterprise story brings me second hand shame and i lvoe it

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“And with Vikings on the backs of dragons, the world just got a whole lot bigger.”

katsuki-bakug0u  asked:

"Well, look what we have here...The big mouthed know-it-all. Guess it's my turn to ask the questions, huh? So...Are you quirkless or do you have a quirk? If you don't have one, what would it be and why?"

I HAVEN’T LAUGHED THIS HARD AT AN ASK BEFORE IN AGES LMAO

what a little shit oh my god. how precious

anyway, don’t got a quirk, but if i had one i’d probably be… idk, something mental or analytical. or maybe something like Momo’s quirk…. tho the drawback to hers is all the studying involved. maybe some variation of flight? telekinesis? being able to control the way objects move would be pretty awesome….

gah there are so many kinds of quirks i can never decide 

The Art Assignment: Assorted Books

This is a pretty abbreviated and oversimplified account of my parents’ marriage… some of the books are my own, a few were given to me by my father, and some are from my mother’s psychotherapy office (she does couples counseling. Ironic, right?)

1. Great Expectations - Charles Dickens
2. The Temptation to Exist - E. M. Cioran
3. The Odyssey - Homer
4. Transcending Post-Infidelity Stress Disorder - Dennis Ortman
5. War and Peace - Leo Tolstoy
6. Strength in the Storm - Easwaran
7. The Stranger - Albert Camus
8. Reflections on Exile - Edward Said