Natalie Dormer as Cressida in Mockingjay - Part I [x]

Natalie Dormer as Cressida in Mockingjay - Part I [x]

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Game of Thrones: Season 1 Locations

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stop-chicken-nugget-abuse:

nevvzealand:

happy birthday someone

I like reblog going this becaUSE WHAT IF YOU SAW THIS ON YOUR BIRTHDAY HOW COOL WOULD THAT BE

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Chris Evans is drunk in love in the new trailer for A Many Splintered Thing. [x)

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wesleystattoo:

Season 6 Promotional Pics

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pleatedjeans:

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pun-rocker:

You know why I love AUs? Because the whole point of them is that everything is changed, and yet these two people are still going to meet and fall in love- that they’re so set in stone and so meant to be that you can change literally everything in a hundred universes and they’ll fall in love over and over again. 

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If you want justice, you’ve come to the wrong place.

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salty-lipsss:

Cities are weird. Everyone looks grumpy like they just spilled their coffee, and they’re all in a rush to get somewhere. The traffic is so unbelievable it gave me a headache. People walked so fast. I literally couldn’t understand how people were walking so quickly! It was in the low 20’s that day. Coming from an island in the middle of the ocean where it’s in the 80-90’s every day, it hurt, bad. I lost feeling in my fingertips and got a bloody nose. I broke my Doc Martens in, or at least I thought I did. I got home and had three bloody blisters on my heels. Oh, and lesson learned : when you think you have enough layers on, you don’t. 
Everything is so different out there. It’s like being on another planet. People don’t smile at you like they do here, and they sure as heck don’t stop and ask you how your mom is… (It’s a Hawaii thing). It was weird walking blocks and blocks and not recognizing anybody. I remember looking up and not being able to see the tops of the buildings. That was intimidating. Even the homeless people are different. They’re miserable. And I would be too! Heck if I was stuck in a city where people walked by me every day and didn’t give me a second look I would feel wretched. They don’t ask you how your day is going. They ask for money. I live on Maui. The 3rd most expensive place to live in the United States, and never once have I been asked for money. One thing I did like though was the idea of it all. Everyone in that city had somewhere to be or someone to see. And they were going to do whatever it took to get there. I think I would like living somewhere where I didn’t know anybody, for a little while anyway. Just you and your thoughts that sometimes seem to get so stretched they could go up the side of a skyscraper. Taxi Cabs honking their horns and homeless teenagers beat boxing for a couple bucks. I actually fell in love with it. I have a habit of falling in love with things that I don’t intend to fall in love with. I think I miss the rush the most. Trying to hide your face from the snow and to not get hit by cars and staying out of peoples ways, all while trying to eat a freakin hot dog. Chicago is alive, thats for sure. The windy city has a piece of my heart and I intend to make it back soon, before it blows away.

salty-lipsss:

Cities are weird. Everyone looks grumpy like they just spilled their coffee, and they’re all in a rush to get somewhere. The traffic is so unbelievable it gave me a headache. People walked so fast. I literally couldn’t understand how people were walking so quickly! It was in the low 20’s that day. Coming from an island in the middle of the ocean where it’s in the 80-90’s every day, it hurt, bad. I lost feeling in my fingertips and got a bloody nose. I broke my Doc Martens in, or at least I thought I did. I got home and had three bloody blisters on my heels. Oh, and lesson learned : when you think you have enough layers on, you don’t.

Everything is so different out there. It’s like being on another planet. People don’t smile at you like they do here, and they sure as heck don’t stop and ask you how your mom is… (It’s a Hawaii thing). It was weird walking blocks and blocks and not recognizing anybody. I remember looking up and not being able to see the tops of the buildings. That was intimidating. Even the homeless people are different. They’re miserable. And I would be too! Heck if I was stuck in a city where people walked by me every day and didn’t give me a second look I would feel wretched. They don’t ask you how your day is going. They ask for money. I live on Maui. The 3rd most expensive place to live in the United States, and never once have I been asked for money. One thing I did like though was the idea of it all. Everyone in that city had somewhere to be or someone to see. And they were going to do whatever it took to get there. I think I would like living somewhere where I didn’t know anybody, for a little while anyway. Just you and your thoughts that sometimes seem to get so stretched they could go up the side of a skyscraper. Taxi Cabs honking their horns and homeless teenagers beat boxing for a couple bucks. I actually fell in love with it. I have a habit of falling in love with things that I don’t intend to fall in love with. I think I miss the rush the most. Trying to hide your face from the snow and to not get hit by cars and staying out of peoples ways, all while trying to eat a freakin hot dog. Chicago is alive, thats for sure. The windy city has a piece of my heart and I intend to make it back soon, before it blows away.

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"I don’t know why people teach kids about "pimples" and "hormones" and "armpit hair," and refrain from telling them that if they don’t achieve their billion-dollar dreams at the age of twenty-one, there will still be much more to life. And that when you fail at your first job, it isn’t going to be the end of the world. And eventually you will realize that each person’s world is different and your only job is to figure out what your best world can be."

— Hannah Hart (otherwise known as Genius)

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What if it just gets worse? What if it’s agony now and then it’s just hell later on?

                                  If you’re going through hell,  k e e p  g o i n g .

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notifigaytion:

if finland’s country border isnt called the finnish line then i have nothing to live for

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Delena + space in 5x16

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