Fairy Tales by Rabbits

Jul 22

wizords:


someone on my tlist told me this looks like a poster for a romcom
coming soon to attolian ampitheatres near you

wizords:

someone on my tlist told me this looks like a poster for a romcom

coming soon to attolian ampitheatres near you

(via petrichorandpie)

Jul 21

madeofwolves:

Lets make this happen.

madeofwolves:


Lets make this happen.

Yup, that’s Coyote.

Yup, that’s Coyote.

(Source: literallystraighthair)

Jul 20

(Source: grailpersonals)

spectreconfessions:

“I really hate it when people say that a Paragon Shepard is either unrealistic or “too wimpy.” Like, is it really so hard to believe that someone can be kind and still take on an army? It just seems like people think the only way to be strong is to be ruthless, and that is simply not true. Like, at all.”

spectreconfessions:

I really hate it when people say that a Paragon Shepard is either unrealistic or “too wimpy.” Like, is it really so hard to believe that someone can be kind and still take on an army? It just seems like people think the only way to be strong is to be ruthless, and that is simply not true. Like, at all.”

cosplay-gamers:

Batman - Joker Cosplay by Black Sheep
Photography by Andy Lambert

cosplay-gamers:

Batman - Joker Cosplay by Black Sheep

Photography by Andy Lambert

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thegreatestusernameinthegalaxy:

radiobee:

coffee-and-rainsticks:

Book borrowing is the biggest form of true love it’s like, “Here’s a piece of my soul that I think you would enjoy.” 

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*slow clap for the harry potter fandom*

(via siriusly-smart)

“You know when you enter a Starbucks store, it’s usually always displayed in some posters there, their message which is: Yes, our cappuccino is more expensive than others, but - and then comes the story - we give one percent of all our income to some Guatemala children to keep them healthy. For the water supply for some Sahara farmers, or to save the forests, to enable organic growing coffee…whatever, whatever. Now, I admire the ingeniosity of this solution. In the old days of pure simple consumerism you bought a product and then you felt bad. My god, I’m just a consumerist while people are starving in Africa. So the idea was you had to do something to counteract your pure destructive consumerism. For example, I don’t know, you contribute to charity and so on. What Starbucks enables you is to be a consumerist and to be a consumerist without any bad conscience because the price for the countermeasure - for fighting consumerism - is already included into the price of a commodity. Like you pay a little bit more and you are not just a consumerist but you also do your duty towards environment - the poor, starving people in Africa and so on and so on. It’s, I think, the ultimate form of consumerism.” — Slavoj Zizek (via blackestdespondency)

(via maxistentialist)

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