he had potential


“Heaven, hell—I don’t care who wins. I just want it to be over. This isn’t about a war. This is about two brothers that loved each other, and betrayed each other.”


middle-earth meme: two villains [2/2] → sauron, ‘the abhorred

“…in his beginning he was of the Maiar of Aule, and he remained mighty in the lore of that people. In all the deeds of Melkor the Morgoth upon Arda, in his vast works and in the deceits of his cunning, Sauron had a part, and was only less evil than his master in that for long he served another and not himself. But in after years he rose like a shadow of Morgoth and a ghost of his malice, and walked behind him on the same ruinous path down into the Void.”  

(The Silmarillion, Of the Enemies)

I want a remake of the first Assassin’s Creed game with new-gen graphics, an additional 12 hours of gameplay through side missions, a bigger map and more interactions with Malik.

Is that too much to ask? I mean, Ezio has three games, the Kenways have two plus Rogue and Paris is bigger than the West Indies map wise!

No, I don’t think it is too much to ask.

okay so Sheldon and Amy, guys

In the Love Spell Potential, when Bernadette casts the spell, did anyone notice Sheldon’s reaction versus Amy’s? Amy was extremely uncomfortable the entire time, but Sheldon went from:

“what the hell are you guys serious” 

“oh my god you are serious”

“wait this is actually interesting”


“I sure know how I look at her”



I feel that we haven’t talked enough about this line right at the end of His Last Vow; particularly by wondering about all the other occasions Mycroft might have said something of this nature to Sherlock.

the fact that yugyeom and bambam both went to jaebum when they were struggling with issues, bambam only telling jaebum and yugyeom crying down the phone whilst jaebum was working, before they had even debuted together just speaks volumes for how much he cares and looks out for those younger than him, how much they respect him and the potential he had to be the wonderful leader he’s now become

Theory time!

I was watching the new trailer for Gravity Falls and I slowed it way down.

And I noticed this scene at 0:18:

And this picture at 0:22:

My theory is that Fiddleford is being pulled into the portal. Six-Fingered-Stan (At this point, it’s really confusing as to whether his name is Stanford or Stanley so I’m calling him that) grabs onto the rope. Unfortunately, while trying to save Fiddleford, Six-Fingered-Stan ends up falling into the portal instead.

Fiddleford is devastated and plagued with guilt. 

As seen in Society of the Blind Eye, Fiddleford eventually creates a video and says, “I helped him build a machine which he believed had the potential to benefit all mankind, but something went wrong. I decided to quit the project. But I lie awake at night, haunted by the thoughts of what I’ve done.“

Fiddleford then tests out his new machine that will erase those memories and therefore the guilt:




Happy Birthday to Errol Flynn! | June 20, 1909 – October 14, 1959

> He was an enchanting creature. I had more fun with Errol than everybody else put together. It was never ending fun.
- David Niven

> Surely no actor could impersonate so splendidly Robin Hood, Don Juan, Captain Blood and the rest, unless he had some of their potential within himself. - Greer Garson

> He had the charm of a mischievous small boy, humorous and impossible to dislike. - Arthur Hiller

> He was one of the most poetic men I have ever met, and he could describe trees and flowers and the wonders of the ocean in the most beautiful language. - Earl Conrad

> Errol Flynn was one of the most charming and tragic men I have known. - Jack Warner

> Errol had the capacity to make everything an adventure - Even a quiet stroll through a simple country lane came alive either through a quick remembrance or a philosophical thought or a simple observation of the ecological patterns of the earth trees and flowers and their support system. His was a mind relentlessly searching. - Patrice Wymore Flynn

> When I met Errol Flynn I actually gasped. He was as beautiful as I could have possibly have imagined, and as charming, and as lovable… and as naughty. He was such a gentleman - except when he played his practical jokes. - Janet Leigh

but i think that if scott went to hogwarts, he would have been given a choice between hufflepuff and gryffindor

he would have put the sorting hat on, and it would have told him that he had great potential and was brave but also kind and patient and loyal

they would have told him that he would be happy in hufflepuff but perhaps have a greater push by those around him to fulfill a certain potential in gryffindor

and because scott is humble and wouldn’t ever see himself as a hero (because he always sees himself as a guy just doing the right thing), he would have chosen hufflepuff

and stiles would go into slytherin, of course because the hat would barely graze against his head before it pronounced it, and stiles would leap off with a cheeky smile and wave at scott — the boy he bumped into on the train

and people would give them weird looks because they would be best friends by the end of the first week and hufflepuffs and slytherins usually take time to build any sort of friendship

but stiles values scott’s honesty and patience and dimpled, crooked smile and scott knows that stiles can be a bit of a prick, but he laughs at all of his jokes and loves getting into mischief with stiles, trying to explore the castle together

That episode when Jay unlocked his True Potential!! 👌🐍⚡️