1. antisociallysplendid:

    someone-not-me:

    dent-arthur-dent:

    drarna:

    i love how the two most cited love stories of all time are romeo & juliet and titanic and they both involve teenagers who knew each other for less than a week

    and Leonardo DiCaprio played the male lead in both them.

    Without winning an oscar for either

    somehow we always end up here

    Reblogged from: lovely-cutewolf
  2. tastefullyoffensive:

    [threepanelsoul]

    Reblogged from: its-me-eloiseee
  3. ahundredteas:

    shoes-are-for-poos:

    allons-ydraco:

    jawnn-locked:

    zombiechaser:

    gloomysandwichgirl:

    inthenameofsanity:

    helloooooooootrickster:

    pleasantly-stranger:

    caramelfeathers:

    thatsquiteood:

    UHM HOLY SHIT. HOLY SHIT

    WELL THAT TOOK ALL OF TWO SECONDS TO REBLOG. HOLY SHIT I CAN’T EVEN. I. CAN. NOT. EVEN.

    I would have sex with this music.

    I wasn’t going to reblog it because I thought I reblogged too much Doctor Who music and there are only so many times you can reblog I am the Doctor but NOPE I WAS WRONG THERE ARE NEVER TOO MANY TIMES TO REBLOG IT ESPECIALLY WHEN IT’S LIKE THIS

    I FOUND THE DOWNLOAD LINK

    I

    FOUND

    THE

    DOWNLOAD

    LINK

    /salivates

    OHMYSHIT.

    *sniff* *sniff* whats that I smell? A bass drop

    SHUT UP OH MY GOD

    Reblogged from: alsokatie
  4. ultrafacts:

Source If you want more facts, follow Ultrafacts

Example of Awesome Christianity in Action. :)

    ultrafacts:

    Source If you want more facts, follow Ultrafacts

    Example of Awesome Christianity in Action. :)

    Reblogged from: yumichan216
  5. oupacademic:

    Oxford Dictionary of National Biography podcast: Roald Dahl, author of Matilda, James and the Giant Peach, and Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator

    By the end of his life Dahl was bitter at not receiving the knighthood that he felt he deserved, and he became increasingly self-important, ordering a Rolls-Royce from his publisher’s to collect manuscripts from his home. He was 6 feet 6 inches tall, a chain-smoker, a lover of fine wine, a collector of contemporary painting, a grower of roses and orchids, a picture restorer, and a gambler on horses. He looked after 100 budgerigars that flew wild around his garden. He was a chocaholic. In the garden hut where he wrote he kept a huge silver ball made by packing together the silver paper from all the chocolate bars he ate. He also kept there as a trophy to show visitors one of his arthritic hip bones which had been replaced.

    The story of Roald Dahl is one of over 200 episodes available from the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography’s podcast archive. New episodes are released every second Wednesday.

    Image: Roald Dahl, by the Library of Congress. Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

    This kinda makes me sad.:c

    Reblogged from: oupacademic
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