Esquire Theme by Matthew Buchanan
Social icons by Tim van Damme

18

Apr

taggedbooty:

i really hope no one ever asks to borrow my laptop because i dont know how i would explain this 

taggedbooty:

i really hope no one ever asks to borrow my laptop because i dont know how i would explain this 

thenotoriousscuttlecliff:

the-timelord-girl-who-hunts:

wordsofdiana:

The only thing I want in Avengers 2 is Cap picking up Thor’s hammer, totally unaware it should be impossible.

Actually in Marvel lore it is implicitly stated That Steve is one of only a few people on earth actually worthy of carrying Thor’s hammer

To hell with Steve, I want Natasha to pick it up and realise, even with all the red in her ledger, she is still just as worthy as Thor or Steve. 

vilicity:

Venice

narcimallows:

smile and clap along
have a sudden fit of coughing so you can awkwardly hide your face in your hands
beat-box
scream “dis my jAM” and jump on the table to break-dance
sing amazing grace as loud as you possibly can until they stop singing to you
go up to the closest person singing and hug them until they stop. however long it takes. keep holding them until they feel uncomfortable. bonus points for humming in their ear
start a mosh pit
striptease

narcimallows:

  • smile and clap along
  • have a sudden fit of coughing so you can awkwardly hide your face in your hands
  • beat-box
  • scream “dis my jAM” and jump on the table to break-dance
  • sing amazing grace as loud as you possibly can until they stop singing to you
  • go up to the closest person singing and hug them until they stop. however long it takes. keep holding them until they feel uncomfortable. bonus points for humming in their ear
  • start a mosh pit
  • striptease

(Source: toueinc)

tiny-creatures:

Mother and cub - Kalahari Lions. by Stephan Tuengler on Flickr.
constellationofcreativity:

Love this pic? Find more @constellationofcreativity

constellationofcreativity:

Love this pic? Find more @constellationofcreativity

Iron Man (2008)

(Source: littlecircleoflight)

(Source: tonysassy)

Reading is primarily a symptom. Of a healthy imagination, of our interest in this and other worlds, of our ability to be still and quiet, of our ability to dream during daylight.
Carmen Callil (among MANY others), Stop What You’re Doing and Read This (via quoted-books)