(Source: gifsgot)

maidmargaery:

make me choose

→ madaboutasoiaf asked: margaery or and loras?

voidprinxe:

stop hating on girls who wanna kiss people in museums or aquariums or art galleries stop hating on girls who want things that might be cliche stop hating on girls who want boys to treat them like they’re magic i will protect all girls with my life and just because they care about things that you don’t doesn’t give you the right to belittle them ok i will fight u

(Source: voidmoth)

giggleswan:

Colors of magic on Once Upon a Time

(Source: deadpadfoot)

agentskyward:

Skyeward (per episode) 1x17

avengersonna:

myowntwoshoes:

the—blonde-assassin:

sarcasticmisanthropicvegan:

they were rescued from a testing lab, they’ve never walked on grass before

they look so nervous :(

Stop I’m gona cry

(Source: frozensecond)

Look, I’ve not exactly been shy about my disaffection towards the modern grimdarkness of media. As a choice, though, I can at least understand and accept it. What bothers me more is the critical attitude that reads a film like Dark Knight Rises as nuanced or complex due to its moral ambiguity… rather than, you know, a film that contradicts itself on literally every conceivable thematic level, to the point where the film is a giant grimdark mess of growling and posturing, sound and fury saying nothing. The flip side of that, of course, is that a film like Pacific Rim is treated as somehow naive or insignificant because it dares, gasp!, to have not just a unified message, but a quite positive, affirmative message, spoken not in the language of Lifetime movies or this year’s crop of Oscar-bait, but in the language of Metal, the language of force and bombast and people in giant fucking robots punching Godzilla in the face.

sakurasunshine:

Happy Earth Day!

(Source: danyhaim)