I'm B. I'm 25. I live in Mississippi & watch a lot of movies. I talk about Sherlock as a consulting fan for The Three Patch Podcast.

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granadabrettishholmes:

Granada Holmes : The Dancing Men (1984)

More like, Granada Holmes: Men in love (1984)

6 hours ago on October 2nd | J | 1,378 notes

magneito:

"feminism isn’t really about equality it’s a hate movemen-"

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8 hours ago on October 1st | J | 74,897 notes

vaginal-diabetus:

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thescienceofobsession:

And that, right there, is the nicest he is to a stranger in the whole series.

His smile in the first one is fucking me up right now

PLEASE LIKE ME.  LOOK, I CAN BE NICE, REALLY.  

9 hours ago on October 1st | J | 107,080 notes

megachikorita:

some kid in my class wrote an essay about how it never explicitly says Beowulf isn’t a robot

10 hours ago on October 1st | J | 37,103 notes

asheathes:

WIZARDING SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD: EGYPT

Perhaps the most ancient school still in operation, the Egyptian School for Young Sorcerers is a grand palace disguised to muggle eyes as an insurmountable sand dune that no one has ever had the audacity to climb. In the heart of the palace is a spacious courtyard with a kaleidoscope of blossoming flowers, meandering cats oblivious to their surroundings, and pools of glimmering aquamarine filled with a continual supply of water drawn through underground tunnels from the Nile for leisure use on days when the heat is unbearable. The school boasts a vast chamber of books and scrolls (a number of which were salvaged from the library of Alexandria), some dating as far back as the age of Hatshepsut. Students can often be found draped lazily over chairs and large cushions reading for hours on end. According to rumoured legend, there is a concealed room with hieroglyphics holding spells to prolonging life and communing with the gods, although its discovery remains nigh impossible as (unbeknownst to students) its location changes every day, and those who have had the luck of stumbling upon it by accident often find themselves with a sudden academic dilemma in great need of immediate resolution (although they never seem to remember what it was that sent them stumbling through their professor’s doors). 
2 days ago on September 29th | J | 12,535 notes

radicalreaper:

holy mother of god

2 days ago on September 29th | J | 45,816 notes

fashionsfromhistory:

Jacket

1610-1615; Altered 1620

This fine early 17th-century woman’s waistcoat is particularly significant because it is shown being worn in the Portrait of Margaret Layton (museum no. E.214-1994), attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (1561-1636) and displayed alongside it. Waistcoats were long-sleeved upper garments, opening down the front and fitted at the waist using inserted gores. They were often made of linen and splendidly decorated as in this example.

Although the waistcoat was made about 1610, the portrait was painted more than 10 years later. By this time, waistlines had risen. Margaret Layton adapted to the new style by raising her petticoat and covering the lower half of the waistcoat.

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2 days ago on September 29th | J | 651 notes
jameshance:

Latest Painting In Progress - “He Fell Asleep As We Was Flyin’ Over Bristol.”**My first Potter painting is now complete! Prints available right now in my US Store and my UK / Rest Of The World Store
The original painting is up on eBay for the next couple of days, too! **
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jameshance:

Latest Painting In Progress - “He Fell Asleep As We Was Flyin’ Over Bristol.”

**My first Potter painting is now complete! Prints available right now in my US Store and my UK / Rest Of The World Store

The original painting is up on eBay for the next couple of days, too! **

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2 days ago on September 29th | J | 2,081 notes

theheroheart:

I really enjoy Adam Scott struggling not to smile at Amy Poehler’s hilarity.

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2 days ago on September 29th | J | 105,828 notes

the-hobbit:

"It was in an early draft that Thorin felt like he didn’t want to bring Fili and Kili along on this quest, he knows the horror that is in that mountain. Leading your own kin to that place… it’s such a big thing to do. Actually, in the film too, they explore the breakdown of that idea. That Thorin doesn’t want to continue with his nephews.”

Richard Armitage

***I will never get over this scene***

2 days ago on September 29th | J | 559 notes