IDGAF <3

IDGAF <3

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piertotum-locomottor:

bluecastle77:

fit-state-of-mind:

tillyouandiseethesun:

this isn’t even a problem

This is how I envision hogwarts homework being done

Now I’m imagining Ron and Pigwidgeon while Ron is doing his homework. ;)

that wink makes me feel uncomfortable.

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I would challenge you to a battle of wits, but I see that you are unarmed.

William Shakespeare
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Single-handedly the greatest text post and gif pairing I have yet to see.

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One of the first insults I ever used!

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bert-and-ernie-are-gay:

kluckleberry:

#while bbc sherlock is at the stage where sherlock and john are finally discovering their love for each other #the movies have flown straight past flirting and into husband land

Interviewer: Tell us about your relationship with Robert Downey Jr on set.
Jude Law: Oh, I love him. I love him.
Interviewer: Yeah? You had a bit of a bromance going on there.
Jude Law: What is this new term everyone is using?
Interviewer: Bromance?
Jude Law: Oh, it’s a horrible term. What about just a romance?
Interviewer: No, it’s not the same.
Jude Law: Why not? Why?
Interviewer: Cause then you’d have to star in a romantic comedy together or something.
Jude Law: We just have. Have you not seen it? [x]

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castihalo:

NOT LITERALLY YOU GUYS

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emmasdisneyworld:

Okay but seriously, why hasn’t Disney done anything with these characters?
I love the princesses with all of my heart, but they are not the only characters that have been inspirational or good role models, and if characters such as these lovely ladies do not exactly fall in the princess category, they get tossed aside and forgotten about. And the thing is some of these characters are actually princesses, but don’t seem to fit within the princess lineup, as if they aren’t good enough according to Disney.
This would also not pressure Disney into creating more princesses, because if you haven’t noticed, the princess lineup is getting a bit crowded, and if Disney made a separate line, they wouldn’t need to constantly be making more princesses to keep their characters around.
I included the most popular characters that get forgotten, and also the ones that I believe would be the most appealing and marketable to kids and people in general.
I don’t understand why Disney can’t make a franchise dedicated to the characters that aren’t in the princess or fairy lineup. There are some REALLY excellent characters that are forgotten because Disney doesn’t expose them. The thing is that they could definitely be marketed, I’m sure a lot of people would appreciate it. Are you telling me that kids wouldn’t buy a backpack with Giselle on it, or a Megara doll? How about a shirt with Charlotte on it? I certainly would, and I know a lot of kids that would too. 
If Disney decided to do something about this, maybe they wouldn’t get forgotten so much. As Disney fans, we appreciate them and know that they exist, but others don’t because if Disney forgets about them, they will too. If this became a line not only would these girls get the attention that they deserve, but it would also open up a completely new inspiration to kids. It would mean that you don’t have to be a princess to stand out, and that if you aren’t a princess, you aren’t a nobody. If this became a line, we would see these characters in the Disney Parks, on merchandise, everywhere. Who wouldn’t want that? I would stand in line for HOURS to meet any of these characters. Megara, Jane, and Esmeralda come out for very rare occasions, but that is it. Wendy seems to be somewhat rare, and Kida and Giselle were only there for a limited time. I have never seen Charlotte, and I know for a fact she would be popular. Alice seems to be the only character that is available daily.
Honestly is there anyone out there that opposes this? 
If not, get on it, Disney!

emmasdisneyworld:

Okay but seriously, why hasn’t Disney done anything with these characters?

I love the princesses with all of my heart, but they are not the only characters that have been inspirational or good role models, and if characters such as these lovely ladies do not exactly fall in the princess category, they get tossed aside and forgotten about. And the thing is some of these characters are actually princesses, but don’t seem to fit within the princess lineup, as if they aren’t good enough according to Disney.

This would also not pressure Disney into creating more princesses, because if you haven’t noticed, the princess lineup is getting a bit crowded, and if Disney made a separate line, they wouldn’t need to constantly be making more princesses to keep their characters around.

I included the most popular characters that get forgotten, and also the ones that I believe would be the most appealing and marketable to kids and people in general.

I don’t understand why Disney can’t make a franchise dedicated to the characters that aren’t in the princess or fairy lineup. There are some REALLY excellent characters that are forgotten because Disney doesn’t expose them. The thing is that they could definitely be marketed, I’m sure a lot of people would appreciate it. Are you telling me that kids wouldn’t buy a backpack with Giselle on it, or a Megara doll? How about a shirt with Charlotte on it? I certainly would, and I know a lot of kids that would too. 

If Disney decided to do something about this, maybe they wouldn’t get forgotten so much. As Disney fans, we appreciate them and know that they exist, but others don’t because if Disney forgets about them, they will too. If this became a line not only would these girls get the attention that they deserve, but it would also open up a completely new inspiration to kids. It would mean that you don’t have to be a princess to stand out, and that if you aren’t a princess, you aren’t a nobody. If this became a line, we would see these characters in the Disney Parks, on merchandise, everywhere. Who wouldn’t want that? I would stand in line for HOURS to meet any of these characters. Megara, Jane, and Esmeralda come out for very rare occasions, but that is it. Wendy seems to be somewhat rare, and Kida and Giselle were only there for a limited time. I have never seen Charlotte, and I know for a fact she would be popular. Alice seems to be the only character that is available daily.

Honestly is there anyone out there that opposes this? 

If not, get on it, Disney!

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comedycentral:

Click here to watch more of Jordan Klepper and Jessica Williams’s safety tips for college students from last night’s Daily Show.

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iinuzukas:

  Kiss Kiss Fall in Love ♫

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If you’re having a hard time because you like something that maybe a lot of other people don’t, know that when you grow up, no one cares. It’s so great. I call it like a fish bowl to an ocean. There are too many people to keep track of for everyone to judge. I feel like it just gets a lot more laid back and no one cares. It’s really nice.

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porcelainpaige:


onmyway-tofitness:

healthy—-lovee:

sowouldfinnick:

inspirationbyinvitation:

Male feminists

Why the fuck doesn’t this have eight million notes? Get it together, tumblr.

Reblog every time.


Thank you

porcelainpaige:

onmyway-tofitness:

healthy—-lovee:

sowouldfinnick:

inspirationbyinvitation:

Male feminists

Why the fuck doesn’t this have eight million notes? Get it together, tumblr.

Reblog every time.

Thank you

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