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Can we talk about this moment?
How Daryl’s loyalty is just screaming from this scene. The devotion to his group. He is willing to give his blood in order to save what’s left of his family. Remember, he just thought everyone was dead after prison. Seeing Rick, Michonne… just imagine.
Daryl just went full Christ mode, willing to sacrifice himself to redeem the sins of people he loved. 

These wings on his vest are not only for sheer aesthetic effect, I tell you. 

Daryl Dixon is a saint. An angel. He will go down, sacrificing himself for what he loves.

(Edit: thanks people for such enormous reactions on my post. Note that the gif is from @hypernovadust ;) Love ya, guys. Fight the dead!)
underrated songs from bands that had “one hit song”

You know what I’m talking about. A song gets overplayed on the radio and everyone eventually starts to hate it. But what about their other songs? Maybe they have potential? The radio can ruin songs for us, that’s why I limit my radio listening. I’ve always wanted to write out a list of songs from artists that have that “one hit song” that everyone knows. I’m just writing each one as it comes to mind, so the list will probably be all over the place. enjoy.

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To celebrate Saint Patrick’s day I give you ten Irish actor you would happy kiss.

Originally posted by hedonisticdarkside

Michael Fassbender

Originally posted by cupcakejmo

Colin O'Donoghue

Originally posted by greatspacedustbin

Pierce Brosnan

Originally posted by undead-and-proud

Damien Molony

Originally posted by moriartyhi

Andrew Scott

Originally posted by courtsorcerer

Colin Morgan            

Originally posted by kinkoanoraky

Jonathan Rhys Meyers

Originally posted by villainquoteoftheday

Cillian Murphy

Originally posted by anunexpectedhotdwarf

Aidan Turner

Originally posted by domhnall-tonal

Domhnall Gleeson


Good Morning from Scotland. 

Sunrise over the Cathedral and Castle, St Andrews by Ian Cowe

mythaelogy  asked:

what were your favourite quotes/those with the most impact that you read this year?

 i’m expanding this to talk about poems and collections too because i am That Guy. 





Saint Young Men, volume 5, chapter 35. As is tradition, the disciples pull a hidden camera prank on Jesus for Easter; Judas makes his first official debut (if you don’t count his brief appearance in #28).

I’ve never met a Judas I haven’t liked, but SYM’s Judas is something special. ALTHOUGH TO BE FAIR SYM’S EVERYTHING IS SOMETHING SPECIAL

Not to forget the chapter omake: