puppysciles:

notanotherteenwolfpodcast:

fwolfling:

It occurred to me when I was rewatching the ep that Stiles knows what it’s like to listen to a family member die because he was there when his mom died and this scene just got even more heartbreaking…

OH NO 

THANKS FOR THAT SATAN.


flagshipnameddesire:

arthurintheafternoon:

toomuchplor:

bookshop:

fujoshirobo:

toomuchplor:

bookshop:

hungerandterritory:

kansouame:

I love how Eames is bored listening to Cobb.  Fidgeting and fiddling with his totem until Arthur speaks up.  Then his whole body focuses on Arthur.  He sits up and swivels around - even his hand stills for a bit.  All of his attention on Arthur.  Just look at them!!!

[snip] it 
delights me that Eames clearly lies in wait for Arthur to say something that he can jump all over him for.  It’s like someone put a coin in him the way he turns to Arthur with his eyes dancing.

[snip] personally I don’t think Eames lies in wait for Arthur—i mean, this is the guy who casually throws around phrases like “anti-monopolistic sentiments,” lol. I think it’s more that Arthur riles him to occupy whatever corner Arthur isn’t occupying.

[snip]  If anything I feel like Eames thinks Arthur’s a little dull (both in terms of intelligence and personality) and is quite overtly delighted and distracted by this spark of ~something from Arthur. 

[snip] I keep getting tripped up on Arthur regarding his level of education, and my Arthur never settles firmly into one or the other. He seems clearly sharp and competent, but… On the other hand, I always get stuck on the way he says “that worked so good” to Cobb instead of “that worked so well.”

I think that Arthur is a total street rat who’s had to fight for every scrap of education he’s gotten; and that, in self-educating himself, he’s gotten a much better, much higher level of cultural and general education than most people with four degrees or so. I LOVE that he says “that worked so good” bc to me that’s a) proof of how shaken up he is, that he lets his cultured veneer drop, and b) a hint of the rough past he’s smoothed over. And I think that Eames can always sense that past around Arthur’s edges, (even if you don’t buy the military backstory that says eames probably new Arthur back when he WAS that street rat), and part of that gleam of delight is the chance to slip in some extra intimacy in reminding Arthur that Eames knows him that well, and no amount of five-syllable-words and fine suits can ever completely mask that.

Yyy love it. And I definitely buy this characterization of Arthur the self-made man — who incidentally will never understand how Eames could so casually toss away all his own privileged upbringing and advantages, become a petty thief (because that’s what Eames did, to start) and a thug.  And Eames still has the temerity to throw his vocabulary and education around in front of Arthur, to tease Arthur about his shortcomings, because Eames might roll around in the mud for fun but he’s not from this world and he never will be and UGH MY FEELS.

(It’s awesome that we can still have these discussions all this time after the movie came out. Good acting gives you so many levels! LIKE DREAMS.)

      

   (x)

YES.  I litterally have nothing else to add because that is exactly how I see them.  Arthur having to work hard for everything and thus the mild OCD over the little details and Eames being a spoiled rich boy who just left it all because he didn’t want to be.  Ugh, you are all amazing and yes.  Plus hood rat Arthur is love XD


frecklyblake:


peggylives:

Steve ‘did it hurt - a little’ Rogers

#/SCREAMS ABOUT HOW SKINNY!STEVE’S CHRONIC PAIN PROBABLY FUCKED UP HIS PERCEPTION OF PAIN FOR LIFE  #STEVE ROGERS ‘OKAY YEAH THAT’S UNPLEASANT’ WOULD PARALYSE ANYONE ELSE  #AND THAT’S NOT THE SERUM  #THAT’S SKINNY STEVE THROUGH AND THROUGH   (via beccabuchanans)


http://people-who-ruined-my-life.tumblr.com/post/97720687004/nataliatasha-fun-fact-natasha-hacks-into-any

nataliatasha:

  • fun fact: Natasha hacks into any official document that says “captain america” and puts in “grandpa frisbee” instead
  • On more than one occasion, Steve has woken up in the morning to find himself behind the glass in an exhibit of the smithsonian Museum of Natural History, and…


darkstormytrite:

hayleytonks:

solthree:

positive lady characters meme | Martha Jones + powerful/feminist moment

I was 900% prepared for her to flip the bird for science in this scene like oh here’s the bones of the finger that I use to say ‘fuck you’

hey remember when we used to have companions who were actualized individuals and not just puzzles to be solved


verdigrisvagabond:

                           


asexualrogers:


jordaniparrish:

But you’re dead.

NOT A DEPUTYA KHALEESIFIRE CANNOT KILL A DRAGONHE’S A FUCKING TARGARYEN I’M SERIOUSLY CRYING RNDEPUTY PARRISHTEEN WOLFTW SPOILERS (x)


artbymoga:

lonestarmetalhead:

mehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh:

Female BAMFs Throughout History

There is a movie about that Thailand kick boxer.

There should be a movie about all of them


“just as much as a man can”

(inspiration)


Why is it always the man who is worthy of forgiveness for being a monster?


bittercasgirl:

What did you do, Bela?

#QUEEN OF MY HEART MY LIFE MY SOUL MY EVERYTHING #THIS LINE SAYS SO MUCH THOUGH #SHE TRIED TO TELL PEOPLE ABOUT WHAT WAS HAPPENING TO HER #AND NO ONE WOULD HELP HER #DID THEY EVEN BELIEVE HER? #SO SHE TOOK THE ONLY WAY OUT SHE COULD FIND AND SHE PROBABLY DIDN’T FULLY UNDERSTAND WHAT IT MEANT AT THE TIME #SHE WAS ONLY FOURTEEN #SHE WAS TWENTY FOUR FUCKING YEARS OLD WHEN SHE DIED IF YOU DON’T THINK BELA’S STORY IS A GODDAMN TRAGEDY #THEN YOU ARE WRONG #HOW DO PEOPLE HATE HER WE JUST DON’T KNOW (via norasergeants)


xxromancegirlxx:

ezriela:

No one loves the ‘Bloomin’ Onion/Onion Blossom’ thing more than Spike:

And of course, this:

Spike’s obsession with the onion things has to be the funniest thing I’ve ever seen lol.


thepsychicclam:

zoewashburne:

 

tbh i was just glad someone remembered allison.