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yeah-youtubers:

This sign is in my doctors office above the scale and I really love it. It actually made me feel a lot better after reading it

yeah-youtubers:

This sign is in my doctors office above the scale and I really love it. It actually made me feel a lot better after reading it

(via azriona)

  • #Q
  • tsuki-chibi:

digitaldetective:

pixiepienix:

look at this fragile delicate flower of a man look at how precarious his value and identity is wonder at the marvel that is masculinity

love the fact he literally treats his significant other like dog shit


This is so unrealistic anyway like who the fuck leaves their purse outside a store

    tsuki-chibi:

    digitaldetective:

    pixiepienix:

    look at this fragile delicate flower of a man look at how precarious his value and identity is wonder at the marvel that is masculinity

    love the fact he literally treats his significant other like dog shit

    This is so unrealistic anyway like who the fuck leaves their purse outside a store

    womaninterrupted:

    mockingday:

    Watch Emma’s speech and take action

    As if I could love her anymore. This speech gave me chills. 

    (via laughterkey)

    emilianadarling:

Fandom Public Service Announcement: 
In addition to running Archive of Our Own and the Transformative Works and Cultures academic journal, the Organization for Transformative Works also runs Fanlore, a fandom-oriented wiki dedicated to hosting information about fan activities, fannish vocabulary, and the histories of fan communities.
On July 5 2014, Fanlore passed its most recent goal of reaching 30,000 articles — which is awesome! But as with any wiki that relies on user interest for the creation and maintenance of pages, there are still some pretty noticeable gaps.
Some of the most prominent authors and pairings in popular fandoms have almost nothing on their pages — or, in many cases, have no pages at all. (As of September 21 2014 the Steve/Bucky page barely has anything on it, and Thorin Oakenshield — one of the main characters in The Hobbit books and movies — doesn’t even have a character page.)

The Fanlore Challenge:
To help fill these gaps, I propose a simple three-step solution.
Create an account with Fanlore. 
Think of 5 things that you consider important to YOUR fandom experience and that you think other people should know about. (Your favourite pairings, characters, fanfic authors, fanartists, remarkable fanworks — whatever makes you think “this person/thing deserves to be recognized.”)
Go contribute to the Fanlore pages for those 5 things.

That’s all it takes! Saying “X Author is a significant author in Y fandom” with a link to their AO3 page or adding the links to a few Notable Works for a particular pairing is more than enough to qualify. Know of an awesome rec list for that pairing? Add a link. Remember a meme that sprung up about a certain character? Throw that in too. It doesn’t have to be much.
And if you have the time and energy to really flesh out those 5 pages? Even better. 
Providing a balanced and well-rounded fandom wiki is pretty much impossible for one person to do. But if everyone who sees this post makes just 5 constructive edits, we can all work towards making Fanlore into an even better resource and repository for all of us to use. 

Happy editing!

    emilianadarling:

    Fandom Public Service Announcement: 

    In addition to running Archive of Our Own and the Transformative Works and Cultures academic journal, the Organization for Transformative Works also runs Fanlore, a fandom-oriented wiki dedicated to hosting information about fan activities, fannish vocabulary, and the histories of fan communities.

    On July 5 2014, Fanlore passed its most recent goal of reaching 30,000 articles — which is awesome! But as with any wiki that relies on user interest for the creation and maintenance of pages, there are still some pretty noticeable gaps.

    Some of the most prominent authors and pairings in popular fandoms have almost nothing on their pages — or, in many cases, have no pages at all. (As of September 21 2014 the Steve/Bucky page barely has anything on it, and Thorin Oakenshield — one of the main characters in The Hobbit books and movies — doesn’t even have a character page.)

    image

    The Fanlore Challenge:

    To help fill these gaps, I propose a simple three-step solution.

    1. Create an account with Fanlore

    2. Think of 5 things that you consider important to YOUR fandom experience and that you think other people should know about. (Your favourite pairings, characters, fanfic authors, fanartists, remarkable fanworks — whatever makes you think “this person/thing deserves to be recognized.”)

    3. Go contribute to the Fanlore pages for those 5 things.

    image

    That’s all it takes! Saying “X Author is a significant author in Y fandom” with a link to their AO3 page or adding the links to a few Notable Works for a particular pairing is more than enough to qualify. Know of an awesome rec list for that pairing? Add a link. Remember a meme that sprung up about a certain character? Throw that in too. It doesn’t have to be much.

    And if you have the time and energy to really flesh out those 5 pages? Even better. 

    Providing a balanced and well-rounded fandom wiki is pretty much impossible for one person to do. But if everyone who sees this post makes just 5 constructive edits, we can all work towards making Fanlore into an even better resource and repository for all of us to use. 

    image

    Happy editing!

    (via emmagrant01)

    roane72:

    toromind:

    (*/ω\*)

    Yes, I can see this.

    plainanddryjokes:

Okay, this is awesome.

    plainanddryjokes:

    Okay, this is awesome.

    (via bakerstreetbabes)

    bulecelup:

    Oh……

    sssolid:

    ssjdebusk:

    ketchuppee:

    youbeautifulfuckingcreature:

    solanosjelly:

    Helena Bonham Carter pretending to be Belatrix pretending to be Hermione pretending to be Belatrix

    ACTING 

    No but her acting was so good in this scene that I had to pause and zoom in on her face to make sure it wasn’t actually Emma in makeup, and even then I wasn’t totally convinced.

    Emma acted out the scene first, and then Helena Bonham Carter mimicked what she did. so it was Helena Bonham Carter pretending to be Emma Watson pretending to be Helena Bonham Carter pretending to be Bellatrix pretending to be Hermione pretending to be Bellatrix.

    ACTING

    my head hurts

    (Source: lordharrypotter, via themarysue)

    
Honestly Cosmo, I came out to have a good time and I’m feeling so attacked right now.

    Honestly Cosmo, I came out to have a good time and I’m feeling so attacked right now.

    (Source: hartbigcanon, via voilettetakk)