Fandomizing
The funniest people I know always seem to be the ones surrounded by darkness. And that’s probably why they’re the funniest. The deeper the pit, the more humor you need to dig yourself out of it … There is simply no way Robin could have understood the way the rest of us saw him. And there is simply no way he could have understood how much respect and adoration other performers had for him. At least I hope he didn’t understand. Because it’s too sad to think that maybe he did understand, and it just wasn’t enough anymore.
Jim Norton
Robin and I agreed once that it’s galling to hear — when you’re ‘in it’ — the question: ‘What have you got to be depressed about?’ The great British actor and comedian, Stephen Fry, a fellow sufferer, replies ‘And what have you got to have asthma about?’

kennasdepoitiers:

I’m still working on kind.

prince-hans-of-douchebagistan:

kristoff-bjorgmans-booty:

as-seen-on-disney:

disneyaddictblr:

ice-and-metaphors:

sizvideos:

Marines singing Let it go - Video

OMG

SCREAMING

I JUST LAUGHED SO HARD THAT I SNORTED AND CHOKED

*kristoff’s reaction if he ever saw her actually building the castle*

The best sort about his is they all start cheering Elsa on.

prongsvssquid:


I ran my mouth off a bit too much oh what did I sayWell you just laughed it off it was all OK (x)

Tattooed Modern AU Sirius and James (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧
Matching phoenix tattoos as a homage to these idiots wearing identical tshirts in the Harry Potter Prequel
Also, the tattoos with the tiny characters (numbers) on James’ neck and Sirius’ wrist are based off of this headcanon.

prongsvssquid:

I ran my mouth off a bit too much oh what did I say
Well you just laughed it off it was all OK (x)

Tattooed Modern AU Sirius and James (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

Matching phoenix tattoos as a homage to these idiots wearing identical tshirts in the Harry Potter Prequel

Also, the tattoos with the tiny characters (numbers) on James’ neck and Sirius’ wrist are based off of this headcanon.

Tobias “Four” Appreciation Post

Gay Men Will Marry Your Girlfriends:

Writing is the closest we’ll ever get to making feelings tangible.