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“You pray,” the man said, and barked a laugh. He glanced at Cassian. “He’s praying for the door to open.”

“Pray I get a chance to work,” Cassian murmured, but both men seemed to ignore him. 

Chirrut stopped his chant abruptly. “It bothers him,” he said, “because he knows it is possible.”

Chirrut’s partner laughed again. The sound was brief and ugly, but Chirrut only shrugged and told Cassian, “Baze Malbus was once the most devoted Guardian of us all.”

Baze Malbus. Cassian ran the name through his mental database and came up empty. “Now he’s just your guardian?” he asked.

Neither man took the bait. 

From the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story novelization by Alexander Freed

Lance: The kissing. It was all because we’re fake boyfriends… right?

Keith: Of course, part of the job description


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I’m so sorry for this 😱


CC, Jinxx, and Andy’s tweets about what happened in Vegas.

anonymous asked:

please do one with the Oncelers sunglasses

Your  awful wish is my command (Why must you bring this back??)


Text posts & Enlightenment, my favorite Classic Who episode (so far).


Over a lunch that was half friendly and half conspiratorial, Hermione had wryly suggested she call it an army, but Susie had had enough of those. They were first and foremost mountain movers. They were digging up the good stone and setting down strong foundations, raising vaulting ceilings, building things that would last. []

susan bones

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Oh my
I can’t believe it, Mob Psycho 100 is getting a second season????????


*insert badly drawn art that I’ll do later that shows my inexplainable, void reaction because Im far too tired to understand how great this news is*

I have to live through 2017-

10 Books That Have Stayed With Me (x)

  • “1984” by George Orwell 

  • “Crime and Punishment” by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

  • “Flowers for Algernon” by Daniel Keyes

  • “The Trial” by Franz Kafka

  • “The Name of The Rose” by Umberto Eco

  • “The House in Which” by Mariam Petrosyan

  • “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to The Galaxy” by Douglas Adams

  • “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” by Tom Stoppard

  • “The Thought Gang” by Tibor Fischer

  • “One Hundred Years of Solitude” by Gabriel García Márquez