how are you even real tom

things i liked in the christmas special
  • how dramatic it was. for real. the songs were so overdramatic i was like “me @ life”
  • seeing everyone in their cute little winter outfits?? even tom and sabine?? adorable
  • this special warmed me up more to Nathalie’s character. you can see she does really care about Adrien.
  • CHAT LOOKING OUT MARINETTE’S HOUSE WHILE SINGING??? i can’t believe marichat is canon
  • the most dramatic scene in miraculous ladybug’s history ever??? I WAS LIKE THE HELL IS THIS INTERNAL STRUGGLES WHERE DID IT COME FROM when chat noir was about to cataclysm THE FUCKING BIG CHRISTMAS TREE?? but his mom appears in his mind so he just nopes the fuck out and destroys something with himself instead?? like that fanart??? i can’t??
  • ADRIEN OPENING MARINETTE’S GIFT: we thought that dreamy face was gonna be for ladybug but NOPE!! it’s about freaking!!! marinette!!! “she’s so kind” child ur so in love stop lying to urself
  • Adrien wishing Merry Christmas to Plagg and using the hat to keep him warm I’m so fucking????? OH MY GOD???
  • the whole little converation with Santa and Adrien giving the hat to him. He’s so precious
  • that little Ladrien moment *eyes emoji*
  • “MY LADY”
  • Ladybug and Chat Noir falling into Alya’s house AND HER LITERALLY PROVING TO BE THE LADYNOIR #1 SHIPPER
  • It’s not like that” - Ladybug, 2016
  • Alya calling Ladybug “CocciNoel” that was so funny and cute


My Mother Said No One Would Love Me

(warning: long story)

Ever, she said.

That’s why when Tom came along, I was so happy to prove her wrong for once.

No one will ever love you, she said. My “peculiarities” were too much to handle. That’s what she called them, my peculiarities. She didn’t want to acknowledge that it might be something real–not her daughter, not the daughter of Miss Orange County, 1980.

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nhl players as iasip quotes

Wayne Simmonds: “FIRST I’m gonna take off my shirt, and THEN you’re gonna die!”

Jaromir Jagr: “Well, I don’t know how many years on this Earth I got left. I’m gonna get real weird with it.”

Zdeno Chara: “See, I’ve always got an A, B and C strike plan to get us out of any potentially life-threatening situation.“

Brad Marchand: “I browned out that evening.”

Tom Wilson: “I will SMASH your face into a- into a jelly!”

Tyler Seguin: “I shoulda popped my shirt off. Goddammit, really shoulda popped that shirt off.“

Brent Burns: “Wildcard, bitches! Yee-haw!”

Bobby Ryan: “Cat in the wall? Now you’re talking my language.”

Alexander Ovechkin: “I’m relaxing, I’m getting blackout drunk, and you’re leaving me alone.”

Ryan Getzlaf: “Let’s go toe to toe in bird law, and see who comes out the victor.”

Claude Giroux: “How much cheese is too much cheese?”

PK Subban: “A good hockey wig could put this thing over the top, man.”

Jamie Benn: “I’m a casual millionaire from Texas.”

Sidney Crosby: “You can’t patronize your captain. That’s a sea law.”

Carey Price: “And although I seem relaxed, I’m actually incredibly tense at all times.”

Hey Eddsworld Fandom

I’m guilty too, I ship the boys. HOWEVER, I have never shipped the real people behind the characters, nor have I used their last names. It’s just being an asshole if you harass someone into kiss/etc with their friend, so don’t fucking do it. DO NOT use the real ones’ last names. PLEASE. Edd wouldn’t want this, seriously. Maybe we could even clear up some of the ships from the main tag for Eddsworld? I’m not saying “Don’t ship them!!!” but how about when we write or draw one of the ships, we tag it instead as ‘Sinsworld’ like all of the nsfw artists? It would be doing a huge favor for Matt if he ever decides on looking through the main tag. Also, don’t tag the characters in their main tags when its nsfw or shipping, like ‘ew tom’ or ‘eddsworld tom’ instead you could tag it as ‘sw tom’ ‘sinsworld tom’ or even just tag the ship.

Please help straighten this fandom up!!! They’re simple, considerate things that can be easily done! It’s just Matt and Edd’s family, possibly Paul but I don’t know and don’t you dare bother him about it, so let’s make it as easy as we can for Matt.He doesn’t deserve this, nobody does.

Eddsworld is one of the greatest things i have ever found and has inspired me so much, even makes it a bit easier to be happy! I haven’t even been in this fandom for half a year, please don’t let Edd down. Keep Edd’s world spinning.

 Y’know for those people out there who sill say Tom’s gonna hurt Marco or he’s abusive..

Lemme remind you that THIS is how they first met:

Marco didn’t quite have them start off on the right foot.

(( Tom afterwards even acted politely towards Marco, despite being dismembered by him :P ))

Tom might be a powerful demon whose anger can get out of hand…

But Marco can also have his emotions get out of hand…..

He DID attempt to murder a child with a monster arm…after all.

At least Tom has yet to do any real damage to anyone….to our knowledge

(( I’m sensing an “Emotions are a powerful and dangerous thing if not controlled” vibe from Tom, Star, and Marco))

Tom’s not perfect, and he’s not meant to be.

But neither are Star Or Marco.

They’ve all made bad choices.

Marco and Tom didn’t get off on the right foot, Marco didn’t know much about him other then from what Star told him…his appearance was unsettling..he was worried about his friend…..

And Tom just was worried Marco would ruin his chance to get back the closest and most meaningful relationship he had…

But after spending time together….they got to start to properly get to know each other.

And Man, have things changed XD

Don’t keep blaming Tom for literally everything, he’s a flawed teen, and he’s clearly misguided…

But Marco and Star can also make huge mistakes, and can just as easily hurt others.

I’m glad, despite the rough beginning..these two managed to form a wonderful relationship.

I can’t wait to see it evolve more and more.

  • Mrs. Cole: Wha-what?
  • (Delphini continues peacefully eating bread)
  • Mrs. Cole: I don't think you two understand how an orphanage works. You cant' just buy a child.
  • Mrs. Cole: I mean, this isn't even a real orphanage. All these kids have parents in the real world.
  • Mrs. Cole:'re not listening to me, I see that now.
Oh goodness.

Um… so. That happened. Patryk left. Well- he wasn’t really fully ‘associated’ with Eddsworld to begin with. He was just a donator! HOW the hell did we run out a donator? Shipping. Pa/ul/try/k. I can’t even fathom something to say. I’m just… so ashamed of how TOXIC some of the fandom can be. We ran out Tord. We ran out Tom. We ran off Pau/l and Pat THIS. MUST. STOP. I can’t stress this enough. The characters of Eddsworld are NOT associated with the voice actors/animators/donator counterparts. That’s exactly what they are. CHARACTERS. Now, most of you know I’m big on shipping. I love all the ships in this fandom. But when it comes to the point where some of us find it NECESSARY to harass the real life counterparts for SHIPPING PURPOSES? That’s wrong. We all know it. Why do we keep doing it? We just barely recovered from losing Tom. And now we risk running out anyone ELSE. Listen up. I don’t care if you’re a long time fan, or new. This applies to EVERYONE. Do NOT harass the eddsworld team. Don’t give them shit because of the comics, or because some of you are impatient in waiting for the new eddisodes. And for the love of god… STAY AWAY FROM MATT. He’s the LAST one- The last of the original team. If we lose him- it’s over. It truly will be THE END of Eddsworld. Now. You are totally allowed to ship stuff. Heck- Im gonna keep shipping stuff (obviously not Pa/ultr/yk, since I want to respect the two guys). But please. Stop harassing the eddsworld crew. Don’t harass Matt. Be smart with shipping. And if I have to put a reminder at the bottom of each shipping post to get in the inbox in order to GET IT THROUGH to some of you- I will. •~•~•~•~••~••~•~•~• I’m gonna clean out my inbox. Anything having to do with Pau/ltry/k is being deleted. We’re gonna keep this blog free of that ship for now. If you have a problem with anything I’ve said here- privately message me. Sorry for the rant. I know you’ve probably heard enough of this angry shit but… I felt obligated to speak up. This blog as 1000+ people following it. I figure it’s the best way to get my point across. I’ll resume posting later tonight. Until then… Keep Edd’s world spinning. We can do better.

Loving real people that will never know about your existence is really hard. Even harder when you’ll never be able to hug them or tell them how much you appreciate the fact of their own existence in person.

People think Eton is full of arrogant, braying toffs. It just isn't true': Tom Hiddleston on Britain's class consciousness

By Dan Davies

 Published:  21:00 GMT, 7 April 2012

We thought a man with a double first from Cambridge and an astonishing start to his acting career would have something interesting and articulate to say about himself. We were right.

You know how tennis players raise each other’s game, how Nadal plays his best tennis when he’s up against Federer?

Well, acting with Robert Downey Jr is like playing Agassi. You never know what he’s going to do next. Unless, of course, you happen to be throwing him out of a window and he’s shouting, “Throw me harder, baby. Let’s make it real.”’

Tom Hiddleston shakes his head and laughs. It’s been some journey from the darkness of a cinema in Malmo, Sweden, where four years ago, during a break from filming the first season of Wallander, he spent an evening watching Downey Jr signal his spectacular return to form in the first instalment of Iron Man.

Now, in The Avengers, the superhero film to end them all, this charming Old Etonian and Cambridge graduate reprises his role as Loki, the baddie from Thor, and gets to do battle with a line-up of Marvel Comics’ most iconic characters: Iron Man (Downey Jr), the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Captain America (Chris Evans) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson).

But first, back to that evening in 2008. Hiddleston was in Sweden having landed a small part as the sidekick to Kenneth Branagh’s brow-beaten detective.

Up to that point, he’d made a few blink-and-you’ll-miss-it appearances in TV dramas, starred in a small British film and won rave reviews for his stage work, collecting an Olivier Award in the process.

‘I’d been acting for about four years and I’d already seen some of my contemporaries rocketing to immediate and extraordinary levels of success,’ he says, as we sit in the spring sunshine beside a canal in east London.

‘Gemma Arterton, who was two years below me at Rada, was suddenly the great hope of British acting while I was still grinding away in the theatre.

‘Eddie Redmayne, who I was at school with, was off making movies with Angelina Jolie and Matt Damon. I thought that if it hasn’t happened for me, maybe it never will.

‘We all impose a glass ceiling on our expectations. I’m an eternal realist and the success rate for being an actor is pretty low.

'My father and I used to tussle about me becoming an actor. He’s from strong, Presbyterian Scottish working-class stock, and he used to sit me down and say, “You know, 99 per cent of actors are out of work. You’ve been educated, so why do you want to spend your life pretending to be someone else when you could be your own man?”’

Thankfully, Hiddleston stuck to his guns because the last two years have seen an extraordinary turnaround in his fortunes.

First, Branagh, who has become something of a mentor, invited him to audition for the title role in Thor, the £95m blockbuster he’d been hired to direct.

Then, in one week, he received a personal letter from Woody Allen asking him to appear in what turned out to be his best film in years, Midnight In Paris, and a phone call from Steven Spielberg, his childhood hero, requesting a meeting about War Horse, the World War I epic that went on to be nominated for six Oscars.  

From idling in the slipstream of his peers, Hiddleston suddenly emerged as Britain’s hottest young actor, or as Spielberg described him, ‘the new Errol Flynn’.

He says he still has to pinch himself, even now.

‘You never get used to it,’ he says. ‘It’s really been amazing and only recently have I been able to have a bit of headspace to sort through the boxes of everything, to process it. It’s been more than I’d ever dreamed of.’

One of three children, Hiddleston spent the first years of his life in south-west London before the family moved to Oxford when his father was offered a job managing Isis, a company that helped university researchers commercialise their intellectual property.

His mother, who works as an arts administrator, took him to the RSC at Stratford and to see arthouse films at the local cinema.

At the age of 13, Hiddleston began as a boarder at Eton. His parents were splitting up at the time.

‘I think I started acting because I found being away at school while my parents were divorcing really distressing,’ says the 31-year-old.

‘It’s only now I’ve got a retrospective angle on it.

'When you are a teenager, suddenly you start harbouring secrets in a different way.

'If you are at a boys’ school, especially, there is a level of bravado that you have to keep up otherwise you’ll get picked on.

'I was really quite upset, and probably very sad and vulnerable and angry. Acting presented a way of expelling those feelings in a safe place.’

Hiddleston heads a golden generation of Old Etonian actors that numbers Eddie Redmayne (My Week With Marilyn, Birdsong), Harry Lloyd (A Game Of Thrones, The Iron Lady) and Harry Hadden-Paton (who recently starred in She Stoops To Conquer at the National Theatre).

‘But I’m wary of labels,’ he says. ‘As an actor, the labels that are so easily attachable to me – like Old Etonian or Cambridge graduate or Rada alumnus – are, in a way, the least interesting things about me. I’ve had to do a lot of work taking off those jackets. The last thing I ever want is to be pigeon-holed.

‘I was meeting lots of casting directors and you’d feel the atmosphere change in the room when I said where I went to school. It’s true of everyone in this country; we’re all so much more than we’re allowed to be by this predisposition to keep people in their lane.’

Hiddleston is reluctant to dwell on the current vogue for actors educated at posh public schools, and says there are widespread misconceptions about Eton.

People think it’s just full of braying toffs, who are arrogant and chauvinistic, senseless and ambitious, who are destined to run the country and steal all our money. It isn’t true.
'There are a few people like that but that’s one or two in a school of 1,200. It’s actually one of the most broadminded places I’ve ever been.
'The reason it’s a good school is that it encourages people to find the thing they love and to go for it. They champion the talent of the individual and that’s what’s special about it.’Prince William was one of his contemporaries, and Hiddleston says the fact he was treated like any other boy speaks volumes.
‘There was a general and very quietly stated ethos when he arrived that there was to be no special treatment and no special favours.'It would have made everyone’s life hell if they had to treat him as someone special. I think it was very healthy for him to be just another boy.’It was during his time at Eton that Hiddleston realised that acting was the path he wanted to follow.
‘I did a production of Journey’s End, an RC Sherriff play about World War I, at the Edinburgh Festival. I was 18 and it was the first time that people I knew and loved and respected came up to me after the show and said, “You know, you could really do this if you wanted to.”
'Acting takes such a level of confidence and self-belief and as a teenager I didn’t have that much self-esteem. What teenager does? It was when they started saying I could do it that I really committed to it as a possibility.’He went on to win a place at Cambridge, where he studied Classics at Pembroke College and quickly established himself as the student actor most likely to succeed, even among contemporaries that included Sir Peter Hall’s daughter Rebecca and his old schoolmate Redmayne.
He was signed by an agent in his first year and managed to combine acting jobs with his studies to the extent that he graduated with a double first.

As well as being personable, Hiddleston is extremely bright and speaks in grammatically perfect paragraphs. However, he denies his education has equipped him with an extra layer of confidence.‘I’m always distrustful of inherited confidence and inherited esteem,’ he says. ‘I’ve never wanted to have to transfer the credit for my actions on to anybody else – my parents, my school, my university. I’ve always understood an inherited confidence to be false.’Later in the conversation, he talks about Britain’s class neurosis and cites his recent nomination for a Rising Star Bafta, for which he lost out to Hackney-born Adam Deacon. ‘It was couched as Eton versus Hackney, and Hackney won. But why can’t Adam just be the more popular actor?
'The one thing I despise is how everything artistic, political or intellectual has to be refracted through this prism of class consciousness. It probably is more sensitive to me but everything becomes really narrow-minded and pedantic and bigoted.’The big change in Hiddleston’s life took place over a lunch with Branagh in Los Angeles in 2009. As well as Wallander, they had appeared together on stage in a West End production of Checkov’s Ivanov. ‘We really clicked. The two characters we played were locked in an ideological battle of wits. It was like old bull, young bull, and we just went at it every night for 95 shows.’
Branagh was starting work on Thor and surprised Hiddleston by asking him to audition for the title role.
‘Studio executives get nervous about casting new people because the budgets are so big,’ says Hiddleston. ‘No amount of throwing the kitchen sink at them in every audition will ever convince them. You need advocates.’Hiddleston lost out on Thor to Aussie beefcake Chris Hemsworth but consolation came in his casting as Loki, the scheming brother. He’s in no doubt who he has to thank.
‘Ken has had a life-changing effect. He was able to say to the executives, “Trust me on this, you can cast Tom and he will deliver.” It was massive and it’s completely changed the course of what is available to me to do. Ken gave me my break.’

The film would gross over £280 million but before production had even finished, Hiddleston found himself on the way to another potentially life-changing meeting with Steven Spielberg, for his next film, War Horse.

‘I was telling myself, “You’re about to meet one of your all-time heroes. His films are the reason you’re an actor – ET, Jaws, Indiana Jones, Schindler’s List, Saving Private Ryan… It will be criminal if you pretend to be someone else. To thine own self be true. If it’s supposed to work out, it’ll work out and if it’s not, at least you’ll know you were yourself.”’

The pep talk worked and Hiddleston was offered the part of Captain Nicholls, who rides the horse Joey in a cavalry charge at the beginning of the conflict.

‘It was a massive pinch-me moment,’ he says of his first day of filming, in which he led 120 galloping horses across no-man’s land.

‘As a child, I used to watch Indiana Jones on a loop. For me it was all about Spielberg and Harrison Ford. Then, suddenly, I’m on a horse that I’ve been taught to ride by Vic Armstrong, who was Ford’s stunt double in those films, and Spielberg’s calling “Action!”

‘It was one of the most exciting things I’ve ever done, not just on film but in my life. Balls out, full throttle, there was no acting required. If any of us had fallen off in that charge we would have been trampled underfoot. It’s a hard one to beat as an experience and I got to do it ten or 11 times.’

Having recently put the finishing touches on screen adaptations of Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2, and Henry V, which will be screened as part of the Cultural Olympiad, Hiddleston is currently enjoying a rare period of downtime before heading off around the world to promote The Avengers.

Single after his relationship with the actress Susannah Fielding ended in November, he says he’s had to make painful compromises to get where he has, including missing his best friend’s wedding.

‘It was one of those crazy things where I’d said I’d be there – even if Spielberg called. And Spielberg did call and I wasn’t there. We fell out really badly. It’s OK now. He read me the riot act and then we went out and got slammed.

'Acting just demands everything and if you don’t give it everything, there will be someone behind you who will.’

And the chances are that someone will be a product of Eton’s drama department.

marissacre  asked:

Tom Hiddleston and Ed Sheeran were on the same radio show last night and Ed said he played Tom his whole album when they were in Rome "last summer." So apparently during Tom and Taylors much real very love romantic vacation in Rome, they somehow met up with Ed without being seen. Even though every other moment was caught on camera. To me, it shows just how staged her photos with Tom were.

Oh hell yeah.. their friends playing into it just shows how fake it really was. Just like Cara in that interview, it’s so clearly plugged that it is more convincing that it’s fake. I don’t know about you, but I would NEVER being up my friend’s ex in public conversation, let alone an interview.


“Happiness is a silly, smiling Loki”

Headache is a real nightmare, but when I’m recovering I just want pick up a pencil and relax my mind. You can’t even imagine how relieving, soothing and helpful is put the pencils on the paper sheet, for me.

It’s just a doodle for myself, not claimed to be a real drawing. Not one of my best Loki/Tom but i have drawn after hours of migraine. I know, i’m crazy…don’t tell me anything…
These Photos Of Tom Hiddleston Half Naked Will Make You Sweat
Hiddlesbae is back at it again with the thirst traps.
By Michael Blackmon

These Photos Of Tom Hiddleston Half Naked Will Make You Sweat                          

 Hiddlesbae is back at it again with the thirst traps.  

It’s no secret that Tom Hiddleston is a devastatingly attractive human.

It’s like he doesn’t even try. How many people can look this good with a slightly furrowed brow?

He’s a precious, handsome hunk.

If those photos didn’t satiate your desire for Tom, well, you’re in luck. The dapper don recently sat down for a shoot with W magazine and the photos are gorgeous.

Hiddleston is scantily clad in most of the photos, confidently lying on a bed like a freakin’ deity.

God of Soft Linens.

Brooding stare? Check. Perfectly snug boxers? Check.

Anyone else parched? Because the thirst is real.

[SVTFOE] S2E02b - Reaction

So I recently downloaded all the eps to rewatch them and…

as much as I’m rooting for Starco..

DAMMIT BABY TOM COME ‘ERE :((( <3 :(( u poor baby it’s ok

but damn he ain’t half bad. He may not be for Star BUT you can’t deny that he’s actually a real nice catch. Throughout this part of the episode, that side of him really shows.

He actually pays attention to Star as seen by the way he recounts how they used to play games:

You can see that the two are both observant when it comes to Star’s antics, however, Tom was able to point out something Marco didn’t even notice 

(note: I’m not at all implying that this proves that Tom is a much better catch than Marco. Honestly, these are just really tiny details imo and I think they won’t even have any bearing later on in the show. Anyways, they both know Star well, with Tom being the ex boyfriend and all, and Marco the best friend. They just got to know Star in different ways, thus affecting the way they understand her. Obviously Tom came first in Star’s life so of course he’s already very familiar with the way she likes to do things. All I want to emphasize with this is the fact that he still bothered to remember those little things about her. It’s kinda sweet, you know?)


Kaylor was murdered in 2016

By Taylor Swift.

If your goal was to make people like me believe Karlie and You aren’t endgame, good job!
Whatever your plan is, it’s working.
I no longer believe you and Karlie are together.
But nothing will make me believe this thing going on right now is real.
You’re gay, nothing, not even a wedding with a guy will change that.
Have a good Staged life Taylor Swift, seems to be the only life you know how to live.

Business is a ruthless game isn’t?


So the past week I have seen a post floating around Tumblr saying that Red is the only one taking the real risk for Liz. I have never been a fan of people starting an argument on my original posts or even to the point of them hijacking them rudely, so I decided to make this post sharing my thoughts.

Red, Ressler, and Tom (No matter how much you hate him, he is) are all taking life-threatening risks to protect the woman they all love differently. You don’t have to have a gun pointed to your head to risk your life. 

We all know Red is putting himself in dangerous situations to keep Liz safe. Risking his life, day in and day out trying to protect and clear her name. He gave up his freedom and the FBI to run with her. Always constantly running into dangerous people and enemies. 

Ressler is risking his job every day as he fights with his feelings for Liz. He let her go multiple times. He got into a serious car accident, gun fight, and physical fight with people from the Russian Embassy to protect her and let her go, again. Hard-ass agents don’t let people go like that. Plus he is working with the Director which could lead to trouble, for sure. 

Tom is risking his freedom and life by going out there undercover to clear her name. The major’s people are coming for him and he is risking a lot coming back for her.

So I really think people should start to look at the bigger picture and try to understand the extent all characters are taking for Liz. Red isn’t the only one who cares deeply for Liz and is willing to risk it all!

  • what she says: i'm fine
  • what she really means: did beca and chloe ever talk about the shower scene aside from that "well you saw me naked" comment from beca during hood night?? really do they make inside jokes about it or what? like what if one time at the bella house one of them accidentally saw the other naked??? do they make remarks like "oh you don't need to cover yourself beca there's nothing i haven't seen" or "chloe cmon do you really have to wear a shirt because we both know what's under that"?? did the real story ever leak to the other bellas??? has beca told jesse about it the whole time they're in a relationship?? does aubrey even know how the alt girl came to the auditions???? does anyone aside from tom know about the shower incident??1?!? am i the only one not okay not knowing these?!1!??

Real talk

if you shit on Tomco because its ‘problematic’ you need to admit that you just hate things that arent exactly how you want them. Because its fictional. Nobody gets hurt from shipping it, in fact, REAL people ONLY get happy from shipping it.

Not to mention, Tom makes a legit effort to tone down his anger for star. He tries really really hard for her, so who is to say he isn’t going to do the same for Marco? Anger issues are a legitimate problem people have, and when working through them there is always hiccups. But at the end of the day, it doesnt fucking matter, because they are FICTIONAL.

If you dont ship it, thats fine. No problem, we can all be friends. You dont need to hate on something you dont like for literally no reason. People shipping this literally affects nobody negatively, unless they are romanticizing anger which in literally every case of the pairing I have seen, they are not.

Dont yuck on other people’s yum for no reason. Its not cool, and its kinda bullying. The only people it is hurting is the people YOU are putting down for liking a thing. Knock it off children, live and let live. 


I can’t I really cannot, I wish I had the power to gif all of this right now but I’ll just leave the video for now.