pack to the gills

::**NEELAM GILL GIF PACK

Here are #39 gifs of the model Neelam Gill, all taken from her appearance on “Champions of Breakfast.” All of these gifs were made from scratch by me – feel free to use in any way you like, just don’t repost and claim as your own. All the gifs are 250x145, textless (save for the watermark), and HQ. Please like or reblog if this helped you!

Keep reading

Put Another Coin in the Jukebox Baby (and dance with me)

Smutty Bartender!Killian AU.


Emma hates Valentine’s Day.

Has ever since she was a kid, always the new girl in school with the home haircut and the clothes that didn’t fit quite right and the chip on her shoulder. The other kids all trade the brightly coloured cards and candy hearts while she sits slumped in her seat and pretend that the few pity Valentines she gets (where her name was misspelled as Anna half the time) were from real friends who actually meant “Be mine” and “You stole my heart” and all the other pre-printed saccharine sayings and fairytale nonsense Hallmark packaged and sold in packs of five and ten.

But they never did.

Now she’s all grown up, long blonde hair in perfect curls and long legs in tight jeans that fit her very nicely indeed, but she still has a chip on her shoulder and hates this stupid fake holiday. She bypasses the romantic restaurants packed to the gills with doey-eyed couples and ignores the men selling sad-looking roses out of dirty buckets on the corner of every street and sits by herself on a stool in a dive bar, one with no prix-fixe three course menu or crepe-paper decorations, just cold beer served by a bartender with inky hair falling on his forehead and a large tattoo on the inside of his arm.

Well the tattoo is of a heart, but it’s pierced with a wicked-looking dagger and she gets the feeling that he’s probably not all that fond of Valentine’s Day either.

Keep reading

Future Shock Zero is a monumental comix anthology focusing loosely around the watchwords of SCI FI ASTRO PLUS. It is packed to the gills with talent from the razor’s edge of the thunderground. Your eyes will be bathed in the soothing glow of full color for all 136 pages of the spectacle contained within. Enjoy! 
- Josh Burggraf, editor

Contributors: 
LALA ALBERT 
WILLIAM CARDINI 
MARINE BLANDIN 
JASON MURPHY 
VICTOR KERLOW 
ALEX DEGEN 
VINCENT GIARD 
PAT AULISIO 
KEREN KATZ 
ALEKS SENNWALD 
PETE TOMS 
SUNGYOON CHOI 
TORY SICA 
SOPHIA FOSTER-DIMINO 
BEN URKOWITZ 
ANUJ SHRESTHA 
JOSH BURGGRAF 
cover by JORDAN SPEER

136 color pages

NYE SQ Fluff - A Kiss to Beat Fate

Notes: No Hook, no Hood. Did they ever exist? Who knows/cares. Sometime in the probably not too distant future in Storybrooke on NYE. Fluff!


59!

58!

With less than a minute to go in the countdown, Granny’s erupts in hollers and shuffling as people push through the crowd to find their other halves, true loves, or their true loves for a night, before the clock strikes twelve. The room is packed to the gills with Storybrooke residents drinking champagne, eating countless trays of food, and celebrating the end of the year.

Regina and Emma, having been talking to one another when the countdown panic set in, roll their eyes at the absurdity of their fellow party goers pushing past them and yelling out for one another.

30!

29!

“Hey!” Emma groans out as she’s pushed forward and stumbles to stay on both feet. “Watch it.”

“This is absurd.” Regina says, also being knocked into several times.

15!

14!

Both women are bumped again and Emma reaches out a hand, placing it on Regina’s upper arm to steady them both as they are pushed into each other by a few rowdy, and likely drunk, townspeople.


Keep reading

Joseph Piper

In London: Food With a Heaping Side of Gimmick

In London, the most innovative new places to eat aren’t exactly putting their foodiest feet forward. There’s a hot tub restaurant, a packed eatery run by young tattooed twins that only serves cereal, a cocktail bar packed to the gills with Victorian artifacts and a cafe overrun, intentionally, by cats. 

See more here

2014 was packed to the gills here at the American Museum of Natural History! Take a look back at the top 10 blog posts of the year: