HE’S NOT EVEN A TURTLE THO HE’S A TINY DINOSAUR THAT THINKS HE IS AND THAT MAKES IT EVEN BETTER
HE HAS AN ACORN ON HIS BACK
the fact that there’s only about 5000 people who’ve reblogged this scares me. That means that less that 5000 people know where these come from.
I feel old…
This book has been in print for 44 years and is still in schools today you are not the people that should feel old about this.
harry potter spin-off tv series meme (003/?)
the witches of camden town | no one ever said magic made being a twenty-something any easier. there’s still bills to pay, relationships to fuck up, calls from parents to ignore, the concept of what you’re generally doing with your life to figure out. the residents of 28a hawley crescent know a lot about that last one. for cho (fan), it’s commiting to a relationship after years of running from the pain that she intimately knows comes with it. for lavender (olsen), it’s learning to trust her art rather than the dream of a fairytale prince to pay for wolfsbane every month. for parvati (pinto), it’s finding the courage to quit a soul-destroying ministry job and pursue an impossible dream she’s carried since childhood.
F UCK NO
I THINK MY HEART JUST STOPPED
i bet actors watch their movies and look at the scenes that used green screen imaging and are like “YOOOO WAS THAT WHAT I WAS SUPPOSED TO BE IMAGINING?”
Photos from Ithaca College’s African Student Association “Fight the Stereotype” campaign. So important.
BEST. WEDDING. PHOTO. EVER.
u sure about that
stay awhile and dream with me; avengers, Clint/Natasha, g
There is a song sighing through the tall grass, winding through whispering stems that spread from the back porch down to the creek hidden in its ancient woods. Under its light touch the porch’s blue paint is rough and flaking, curling around ornate posts to skirt under a creaking swing with rusting chains that moves to the rhythm of the grasses, the evening wind. In an alien tongue it sighs for summer nights and the long shadows of heat, for cushions and tears and frosted glasses of sweet tea that have balanced on its weathered arms, stained boards. Spreading beyond the roof are constellations beyond count, coming out to shine on the deep blue velvet of the sky while the sun’s last embers fade beyond the trees, hidden by leaves and time and the sweet rise and fall of their breath.
In their jar by the steps the fireflies glow, dancing and gleaming and calling to one another in a language as beautiful as the stars themselves, and she thinks of biology and light and females who say, come to me, of the men that answer.
Natasha leans a bit further into Clint’s arms, resting her head against his chest, and takes comfort in the strength she finds there.
Long into the July night they stay this way, watching the world sweep slowly by around them in a southern dream of peace.
oh god, just the thought of Steve Rogers, in an excellent suit bought by Pepper, on one of those pundit shows, sitting uncomfortably, looking all lost and then some conservative fuckwit starts in about Obamacare and
- Bucky’s back stage with Clint and maybe Coulson when he suddenly stands at attention and starts to smile
- Steve turns red, the face he makes when he’s about to kick Red Skull’s ass
- 'Actually sir, my mother raised me by herself. She worked her fingers to the bone. I was sick a lot as a kid and medicine cost money we didn't always have. I almost died, more than once. My mother died of pneumonia, a treatable illness. I love Obamacare. Hell, if anything, I don't think Obamacare is enough. No one should loose everything they worked for because of medical bills. No one should die because they can't afford treatment. If we had socialized medicine in the 30's, my mother would probably lived. Maybe she would have lived long enough to see me become Captain America. I think she would have liked that. I know I would have. So don't tell me that this healthcare plan is going to destroy this country.'
- Clint’s mouth is hanging open, Bucky’s trying not to laugh, the fuckwit is having an apoplexy
- and then someone mentions raising the minimum wage
Yeeeeeeeeeeah. Steve gets one turn on Fox News before he is banned for life.
- someone starts to talk shit about union workers
- the whole ‘under God’ in the pledge thing
- funding public schools
- public safety standards in food, housing, etc.
- Public Works projects
And somehow he’s polite through it all because his patience is weirdly infinite, so they don’t even have any shouty bits to replay over and over. Just him firmly but kindly destroying their arguments with personal experience and sincerity.
And they’re like “oh, shit, he’s down for poor people, we forgot he was poor… oh, wait! But he’s Catholic!” and then they double down on same-sex marriage
And literally everything goes to hell