America is an irradiated wasteland.

Within it lies a city. Outside the boundary walls, a desert. A cursed earth. Inside the walls, a cursed city, stretching from Boston to Washington D.C. An unbroken concrete landscape. 800 million people living in the ruin of the old world and the mega structures of the new one.

Mega blocks. Mega highways. Mega City One.

although it wouldn’t have helped much of the blatant sexism and racism of this movie, it could have been so much better if they’d switched karl and lena’s roles.

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5 days ago on 16 July 2014    via magnetic-rose   originally from gryffindorsqueen


fckn bet yo arse mate

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6 days ago on 16 July 2014    via slantedmoonbeams   originally from fythemummy

1 week ago on 13 July 2014    via nothing-is-what-it-was   originally from nothing-is-what-it-was

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1 week ago on 12 July 2014    via darthpaulsartre   originally from thegoldheart

Bad move, Grandpa

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1 week ago on 12 July 2014    via avengersgirl4life   originally from dicapriho

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1 week ago on 12 July 2014    via green-postit   originally from penguyn





1 week ago on 11 July 2014    via shipofthevalkyries   originally from petimetrek

a question for fanfic people

If you’re reading the main pairings for a fic summary, and there are two pairings listed for the same person (so Person A/Person B, Person A/Person C), and you don’t have a summary or canon to rely on, do you tend to interpret it as:

  1. [Endgame pairing], [Temporary pairing] or
  2. [Temporary pairing], [Endgame pairing]

Obviously those are not the only two things those pairings can mean, but they often do and I wondered if there was any consensus.  Is it just context that tells you?  Do you only read fics where you’d be okay with either?  Click and hope for the best?

1 week ago on 09 July 2014



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2 weeks ago on 07 July 2014    via skellingtonsmile   originally from krooooong

" I look at myself and say, 'I can’t believe my head’s that big. Thank God my hair doesn’t look like a bird’s nest.' . I am critical of myself like everyone else. You go to a movie theatre and you are forty feet high. I had bad skin as a teenager and I am a shy person, but I think I am in the perfect business to fight my insecurities. You have to learn to love yourself and say, 'I am pretty cool' instead of being so critical. You can easily fall into the trap of doing that. “

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2 weeks ago on 07 July 2014    via directorstarks   originally from buckyibarnes