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Don’t you find it odd,” she continued, “that when you’re a kid, everyone, all the world, encourages you to follow your dreams. But when you’re older, somehow they act offended if you even try. Ethan Hawke, The Hottest State (via quotes-shape-us)

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The Avengers

hell00ss:

lostwiginity:

A group of super heroes fights against aliens coming down from the sky in endless waves.

They were playing Galaga. They thought we wouldn’t notice, but we did.

Holy crap

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this didn’t happen in the books ancient proverb (via theseflaws)

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bookmad:

adventuresonpaper:

the complete trilogy

plus your sassy ass lookin cat
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smith-and-tyler:

Madame Vastra and Jenny (x)

I’ve seen a lot of commentary about how awesome it is to have a lesbian couple on this show (which it is!), but can we talk about how it’s even awesomer that they have a perfect Dom/sub dynamic? Jenny acts as Vastra’s maidservant, calls her wife “Madame”, curtsies for her, and is the best example of the “submissive badass” idea I’ve ever seen. 
I can’t even remember the last time I saw a well-written Dom/sub couple in a TV series, and I’ve never encountered any story before which presented it so casually and naturally. To see consensual power exchange written entirely without the standard BDSM tropes, instead just focusing entirely on their day-to-day-lives… I think it’s absolutely fantastic. Even more because it’s part of a kids’ TV show! These two are happy, their relationship is completely stable, and they just happen to be queer and interspecies and into cross-dressing and living in a mistress/servant arrangement. And other characters are mocked for thinking it’s weird.
I think Doctor Who is genuinely changing representation in mainstream media, at a pace well beyond any other show, and I completely adore every bit of it.
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