stormbornvalkyrie:

The Northern girl. Winterfell’s daughter. We heard she killed the king with a spell, and afterwards changed into a wolf with the big leather wings of a bat, and flew out the tower window. x

stormbornvalkyrie:

The Northern girl. Winterfell’s daughter. We heard she killed the king with a spell, and afterwards changed into a wolf with the big leather wings of a bat, and flew out the tower window. x

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dustydreamsanddirtyscars:

He doesn’t fight back. He doesn’t try to yank his arm free. No, he almost holds completely still, when Cas manhandles him and lets him uncover his arm, see the mark, see him. And what he has become. And that expression on his face. It’s almost indecipharable, because there are so many layers. There’s annoyance and anger and defeat, but also something like understanding and sadness. Something that says “Yes, I know… it might have been stupid”, but that’s what I derserve. That deep breath he takes before he opens his eyes again. Eyes that shift so fast from showing deep desperation and wanting to be saved to sadness to completely empty, hardened, ~dead. He’s so tired, so worn down. He just wants it all to be over. A means to an end. Or should we say a means to his end…

dustydreamsanddirtyscars:

He doesn’t fight back. He doesn’t try to yank his arm free. No, he almost holds completely still, when Cas manhandles him and lets him uncover his arm, see the mark, see him. And what he has become. And that expression on his face. It’s almost indecipharable, because there are so many layers. There’s annoyance and anger and defeat, but also something like understanding and sadness. Something that says “Yes, I know… it might have been stupid”, but that’s what I derserve. That deep breath he takes before he opens his eyes again. Eyes that shift so fast from showing deep desperation and wanting to be saved to sadness to completely empty, hardened, ~dead. He’s so tired, so worn down. He just wants it all to be over. A means to an end. Or should we say a means to his end…

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anogoodrabblerouser:

The odds of being attacked by a shark in the US are 1 in 11,500,000, but no one gets mad at people who want to avoid the ocean.

The odds of a woman being sexually assaulted in her lifetime are 1 in 6, but if she doesn’t feel safe around strange men she’s a stereotyping bitch.

Strange old world we live in.

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Tags: Amen women

I knew before I was writing it, music was going to be the number one character. It was going to be the lead character – the music going on. I feel like as a teenager, that’s the most expressive element of your life. - Richard Linklater

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The internet used to be this escape, a place to delve into fandoms or enter into an endless AOL “Tag” game or go make up a persona on Yahoo!Chat but then feverishly hope those you interact with don’t follow you over to Yahoo!Games. You used to be free to flutter in and out of message boards, download some tunes from Napster, read porn, all without the interruptions of everyday reality.

Now its groaning at gmail and checking Facebook, an invasive Google Hangout box or Linked-fucking-in. My search bar is connected to my Amazon Cart and catered pop-up pops up along my Reuters feed. Hell it’s not even a pop-up, its embedded into the page. 

All I’m saying is someone should create an app that transports the internet and all of its users back to 1998. Back when it was a fun “new” place full of people acting incognito or in persona or a/s/l. Back when I could avoid my homework or hell, I could avoid everyone!

Now its just the world. Humanity playing in a well-worn digitized Manifest Destiny.

The worst thing is, there is no alternative to this old-net. Nothing I can think of mirrors it in this day and age. And maybe I shouldn’t need the check-out but once I had it and now, sometimes, I miss it. 

Tumblr ate my theme. 

Sad Ashley.

laceeejo:

 

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BBC was waaaay wrong. 33!

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what have you done?

what have you done?

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