bowtiegirl11:

- Matt Smith

tangledaxon:

staceythinx:

Orbital Mechanics by Tatiana Plakhova 

This is breathtaking.

songofages:

I can see my house from here~

songofages:

I can see my house from here~

pebbs89:

ArrowAvengers: Age of UltronDefianceDominionGrimm, The 100Sleepy HollowThe OriginalsTrue Blood AND The Walking Dead cast. i just wanna go to see the beautiful cast. SDCC 2014

whatthefoucault:

Oh Petey C, I love you already.

For those like me who can neither afford nor be arsed to leave their house on a Sunday morn to buy a copy of the Times, my good friend Blogtor Who has been kind enough to summarise the interview here. PLENTY of food for thought. Opinions?

"Why should we judge people by their skin colour, gender or even the car they own? Why can’t we just judge people by their opinion of Gillian Anderson?"

gentlydropthebass:

“Women can’t go out in skimpy clothing and be surprised when they’re raped! That’s like leaving your front door open and being surprised when you’re robbed!”

you’re comparing property to a human being

you’re comparing property to a human being

you’re comparing property to a human being

you’re comparing property to a human being

jea-nte:

New York Film Academy’s study of gender inequality in the film industry.

Yeah there’s that. Now a show me a racial breakdown. It’s seriously sad. 

dajo42:

dajo42:

harry potter: “albus severus, blah blah blah slytherin tootle toot fart noise you were named after the bravest man i’ve ever known”

teddy lupin: “hey uh… remember my fucking dad”

[albus arrives at hogwarts]

albus: “hello professor! did you know severus snape? my dad says he was the bravest man he ever knew”

neville longbottom: “is that fucking right”

chrishallbeck:

LEGO frame!

I’ve been hanging a lot of art in our new home and my son has been asking a lot of questions about them. I thought it would be fun to give him a spot on the wall as well. We hang lots of his stuff on the refrigerator and bulletin board but there’s something about being in a frame that elevates it to the same importance as all the other art in our home.

So first I went to my local craft store and bought a 10”x10” photo frame. I was looking for one that had glass and a matte board so that I knew it could accommodate the thickness of a LEGO baseplate. I found my specific frame on clearance for $4 at Michaels.

I popped out the glass and matte board and replaced it with a 10”x10” LEGO baseplate. This grey one is from my 1980’s childhood sets but you can buy brand new ones in blue or green. ($5 at the LEGO store or Amazon)

Now my son has his own place to build art in his current favorite medium of choice.

This is really cool