this is way too simple

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Why do I like this kid so much

He’s very straight forward, and sometimes he’s a little irritating, even when meeting someone new, he will just put on his earphones and listen to music, he might be a little naive but I feel like he’s always staying beside silently looking at everything objectively, or you can say positively, without having any bad thoughts. He’s more of a soul person than a brain person. When I’m having a hard time, he’ll always just come over without saying anything then lie on the sofa and sleep. Once he wakes up he’ll say “I’m going now” and he’ll just leave. All my younger brothers are just like typical guys so we never do kisses to each other but you know what? I do it everyday to this kid that’s gonna turn 27 soon kekekeke I think I might be the biggest giri fan. Let’s all love our dog-cat Giriboy more.

@giriboy91 idiot beggar-boy

headcanon i’ll never get tired of: isak sitting up on his bed doing homework while even sleeps curled up next to him


“I am thankful for music. It sounds like a way-too-simple statement… but it is as deep and heartfelt as it could be. I need it every day.”



–  아주 NICE

After working on Phoenix Von Karma, I was thinking about how Miles would look in that kind of AU and did this.

Gave him a bowtie because they make everything 20% cooler it’s a nice change from the usual tie, plus I think it looks good on him ^^

Rectangle Skirt Tutorial

Did I mention how much I love Angela Clayton? Because she’s seriously so cute. As is mentioned in the video this is the base for many Lolita Skirts and Renaissance clothing as well as being essential to making a pleated skirt. It has more or less the same shape, you need to know how to make the waist band and add a zipper and hem it in much the same way. The easier way to make a pleated skirt (mathless skirt) is to sew two large rectangle and pleat them until you get the desired width (ie waistline). I literally eye ball the pleats. Cut the excess and add a zipper. It’s overly simple but it works and way too lazy but it works. 



Summary: For a moment, just a moment you thought the prefect life might be in your grasp.

Pairing: Dean x Reader, Dean x Lisa

Warnings: angst

Word count: 1,156 (with lyrics)

Setting: The year Dean spends with Lisa so between season 5 and 6

Notes: #SPN Anti-Valentine’s Challenge by @thing-you-do-with-that-thing I chose Miranda Lambert’s song More like her.

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She’s beautiful in her simple little way
She don’t have too much to say when she gets mad
She understands, she don’t let go of anything
Even when the pain gets really bad
I guess I should’ve been more like that

Reader POV

I should’ve held onto my pride, should’ve walked away just like he is with my head held high. But I guess stupidity runs in my veins. Stupidly thinking he’d want to settle down with me, have that white picket fence, Apple pie life we only dreamed about. He hadn’t promised forever, never knowing my true feelings, never figuring out how I felt about him, nor returning them. Ones I pushed aside to keep from getting hurt, and in the end they’re what done me in. Not watching Sam fall, Lucifer contained inside his body, into the cage, sealed away for the good of mankind. It’s not seeing Castiel’s vessel explode or Bobby’s neck snapped, both returned to normal thank God that has me wanting to curl into the fetal position and cry.

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Perhaps this sounds odd, but I’m starting to think all the episodes we have of s4—so far—are based in reality, but have been drastically altered by Sherlock and John’s minds.

I believe this is the simplest way to explain everything. 

But then again, maybe this explanation is too simple.


The Deadpool look in the comics is very gritty and visceral. We researched all the various designs of Deadpool. Some of the costume designs were way too simple. Some were way over-the-top. So we just had to find something that worked in the real world. We had about ten weeks to create the suit from scratch. Finding the right red, that was pretty huge. It’s tricky because what looks good in person is not always right for camera. And in the day of social media and fans taking pictures everywhere, it also has to look good on set. – Russell Shinkle, costume designer