• interviewer: would u say a few words about mr. stan? say a few words chris. please. god. a few please just a f-
  • chris evans: well since u asked , i think he is great. i mean wow he's just such a cool guy. like would i suck him off? i mean. who wouldn't u kno what i mean? i mean im not gay but like. you know what i mean? he's a great guy. like god he's just so cool. i mean i love him so much you know ? like i'd love to suck him off. like as friends because he's so awesome. he's just such a nice person. he's the sweetest guy in the world. like i wish u guys could meet him. i guess i'd marry him haha i mean i don't know...you know what i mean? he's just so cool. i love seb. anyway

| the magic begins |

favorite character - neville longbottom

“In one swift, fluid motion, Neville broke free of the Body-Bind Curse upon;the flaming hat fell off him and he drew from its depths something silver, with a glittering, rubied handle—”


To me, who was lowly born, she was the sun….” - Guren about Mahiru Maria -
Happy birthday to my sweetest Maria! ♥ (ノ≧∀≦)ノ*:・゚✧

I don’t think some of y’all understand how important having Black Panther in Civil War is to some people. When my father was growing up, Black Panther was the ONLY Black superhero he knew. My dad would run around pretending to be him. He was heartbroken when the Avengers went to Wakanda in Age of Ultron but made no mention of his favorite superhero. I got to listen to a 50 year old man talk excitedly about Black Panther being in the movie (which he hasn’t had time to see yet. He was just so excited after some of the teaser trailers) and telling me all the little tidbits about how “He is the Prince of a NATION!! He’s a DIPLOMAT!! He’s rich, he’s powerful, he is smart, he’s just so AWESOME! I wanted to BE him!!!” If a 50-year-old man can find one of the few Black superheroes relatable and still be this excited and pumped about seeing him, imagine a young Black boy who is just tired of seeing White superheroes or Black heroes in sidekick roles. 

Representation. It’s some powerful shit.


August 31

Happy Birthday, Abarai Renji!! 

Have some Papa and Baby pineapples ;w; And yes that is a happy uncle-byakuya-fly in the corner


I’m Cole. I came to warn you. To help. People are coming to hurt you. You probably already know.

Peeta’s argument is that since I chose you, I now owe him. Anything he wants. And what he wants is the chance to go in and protect you.

Haymitch, Catching Fire

I don’t really understand how people can say that Peeta manipulated Katniss for his own gain. If he was truly using her, he could have killed her in the first Games or not volunteered to protect her in the second one. He could have just let her go in with Haymitch and let them figure it out themselves.

What I think people fail to understand when reading SC’s books, is that she was using these books as a vehicle to portray war, the effects it has on humanity and the ability to overcome it. If we look at it from that perspective, we see these characters as more than just two guys and a girl. 

Katniss being the protagonist and symbol for change. 

The men in her life representing the two methods to change:

Peeta being the innate good in humanity and hope that spurs us on to live.

Gale being the self-destruction in humanity and our ability to hate one another.

We get to see the different effects of each method and its consequences throughout the book. When we choose Everlark, we choose hope, the promise that life can go on, that things can be good again. 


No but my favorite male poledancer won the World Pole Dance 2014 competion with a Thor cosplay perfomance, and you have no idea how happy that makes me okay. (This is so awesome you should totally check it out)