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A place to hide. A place to escape. A place to be free. This is just a small place in the corner of the interwebs where I like to hide away. Not a spoiler free blog.

ohitroyler:

if ur sad anytime this week just remember this friday starts a whole month of tyler oakley collabs and if that doesn’t make you happy then remember in less than twenty days trxye comes out. now go smile. okay, thanks. 

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Filipino artist Noel Cruz transforms mass-produced dolls to create stunningly realistic one-of-a-kind figures of celebrities.” 

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ajantas:

white people are like “why don’t you live in India” and I’m just thinking why don’t you live in 12.5% Germany 25% England 25% Australia 6.25% Sweden 18.75% Russia and 12.5% Italy??????

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The Fault In Our Stars by John Green (Page 280)

  • Hazel: Touch the cave wall.
  • Computer: You touch the cave wall. It is moist.
  • Isaac: Lick the cave wall.
  • Computer: I do not understand. Repeat?
  • Hazel: Hump the moist cave wall.
  • Computer: You attempt to jump. You hit your head.
  • Isaac: Not jump. HUMP.
  • Computer: I don't understand.
  • Isaac: Dude, I've been alone in the dark in this cave for weeks and I need some relief. HUMP THE CAVE WALL.
  • Computer: You attempt to ju-
  • Hazel: Thrust pelvis against the cave wall.
  • Computer: I do not-
  • Isaac: Make sweet love to the cave.
  • Computer: I do not-
  • Hazel: FINE. Follow left branch.
  • Computer: You follow the left branch. The passage narrows.
  • Hazel: Crawl.
  • Computer: You crawl for one hundred yards. The passage narrows.
  • Hazel: Snake crawl.
  • Computer: You snake crawl for thirty yards. A trickle of water runs down your body. You reach a small mound of rocks blocking your passageway.
  • Hazel: Can I hump the cave now?
  • Computer: You cannot jump without standing.
  • Isaac: I dislike living in a world without Augustus Waters.
  • COmputer: I don't understand-
  • Isaac: Me neither. Pause.

in-the-heights:

StarKid isn’t aiming for the Bard, but they’re adept at taking the absurd, the weird and simply what they find collectively funny and tapping into something that inspires their audience of digital natives to embrace the wacky and transform it into their own narrative.  (x)

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stardustcrumb:

You can see the difference in how these characters were brought up clearly from the younger years. Harry if you remember has to be prompted to tell his name, most likely because the Dursley’s hated to acknowledge he is important. Ron, as an afterthought tells his name as though he always gets a head of himself and must be reminded all the time to tell others who he is. While Hermione recites her name as though she has walked up to so many kids trying to make friends, because her parents told her the easiest way to make friends is to introduce yourself. And finally Draco leads with his family name because it shows his pure blood status and sets him above the rest; it is what makes him important and special, and his last name is the only thing that matters. Yet in the end war does not care what your name is, it hurts without discrimination, and that is what the second gifs display all to well.

(Source: the--boy--who---lived, via nicnacnoo)