bueno:

will u still snapchat me when i am no longer young and beautiful

(via eternallyfangirling)

unf-hans:

disasterificdallas:

Seriously though could they have made a more perfect Disney representation of Idina Menzel… I don’t think so..but maybe that’s just me 

EVERYONE SHUT THE FUCK UP IT’S THE QUEEN

(via hellahans-tightpants)

captainlucifer:

hannibal’s milkshake is made from all the boys in the yard

(via frederdickchilton)

oldskoolpeatbog:

i looked at this 5 times without understanding it then on the 6th time i cried

oldskoolpeatbog:

i looked at this 5 times without understanding it then on the 6th time i cried

(Source: sawaw, via carry-on-my-wayward-butt)

zohbugg:

Star Wars AU: Everything is the same, except R2-D2 doesn’t make beeps and whistles, and is instead voiced by Kayne West, who is given no script but is just reacting to all the crazy space shit going on around his little robot homie.

(via zanetehaiden)

dave-stridesu:

blink182andbeyond:

cashcutie:

the story of a man and his unlikely friend

He’s probably from Florida

Florida Man Befriends Trespassing But Friendly Orange

(via cassondrabookxv)

thefantasticscholar:

The other night I was watching The Hobbit: the Desolation of Smaug (of course I was), specifically the scene in Mirkwood where Bilbo climbs the tree to gain his bearings.  I was noticing the beauty of the shot and how vast Mirkwood is.  I also realized that I expected the leaves on the trees to be dark green, maybe even greenish to purplish, but that’s beside the point.  

At that point I realized that most of the fantasy novels I have read have had one vastly huge and impenetrable forest.  

  • Obviously in the Middle Earth novels there’s the Greenwood—which becomes Mirkwood due to the influence of Sauron and Ungoliant’s descendants. (x)
  • Then in the Harry Potter series there’s the forbidden forest.  Since Hogwarts is un-plottable, we really have no idea how big the forbidden forest is, but all evidence believes us to believe it is pretty large. (x)
  • Next, in the Inheritance Cycle there’s Du Weldenvarden, a magical forest so vast and so powerfully protected that Galbatorix has never been able to find Ellesméra (not to mention Sílthrim or any of the other elven cities). (x)
  • In the Kingkiller Chronicle, we have the Eld.  This forest is so deep that no one has ever mapped it completely.  It is bordered by scant civilization, and is a place where at least one member of the Chandrian (Cinder), bandits, and the faen folk (or at least Felurian) run rampant. (x)
  • In the Chronicles of Narnia, there are many forests, but I would say the one that I think fits most is probably the Western Woods, since that’s where lantern waste (and therefore the wardrobe and the largest entrance to the human world) is.  We aren’t sure how far this forest extends either, since the trees have always turned into fur coats upon entry back into the human world.  But due to both the danger and the wonder that Lucy experiences when she first enters the Western Woods, I’d say this is probably the main magical forest. (x)

This is just a start to what I’m sure could be a formidable list.  Any other fantastic forests worthy of note? 

(via kingkillerarchives)

throh:

unleash hell for just $1.50

throh:

unleash hell for just $1.50

(Source: iguanamouth, via perks-of-being-chinese)

tehnakki:

stereksextape:

I ALWAYS THOUGHT THE HDR EFFECT WAS HARD BUT IT’S ACTUALLY LIKE A 5 STEP THING BESIDES DUPLICATING AND FLATTENING SHIT HOLY FUCK I CAN DO IT. I’M SO EXCITED WOW THAT’S LOVELY and I have to share because no one every taught me this.

  1. Open your picture.
  2. Duplicate layer (Ctrl+J)
  3. Overlay that shit 50%
  4. Flatten image (Ctrl+E)
  5. Duplicate that one layer that you have now (Ctrl+J)
  6. Desaturate (Shift+Ctrl+U)
  7. Invert (Ctrl+I)
  8. Gaussian Blur it to 40
  9. Now overlay that B&W Blurred image
  10. Duplicate and sharpen if necessary
  11. AMAZEMENT WOW HOLY SHIT

MOTHERFUCKER, I’VE BEEN TRYING TO FIND THIS FOR HOURS. TAGG(NG THE SHIT OUT OF THIS.

(via lanadelr-y)