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ghirahimbvbfurba:


owldude:

got you a bouquet

IT TOOK ME A FUCKING MINUTE

ghirahimbvbfurba:

owldude:

got you a bouquet

IT TOOK ME A FUCKING MINUTE

eternal-scandal:

sarah-the-artiste:

mrsmarymorstan:

i-am-mishafuckingcollins:

simonsayspegg:

unelanabolvangar:

can we just agree that hermione doesn’t give two shits about throwing rocks in the water. she knows exactly what she’s doing bless her

nO BUT
FLICK
HE LITERALLY JUST TAUGHT HER WHAT SHE TAUGHT HIM IN THE FIRST BOOK
YO
SWISH AND FLICK
THIS IS THE CUTEST THING

[SCREAMS OUT LOUD]

 (via Saffythegeek)

OH MY GOD

omg

(Source: exeters)

edwardspoonhands:

learnhowtoadult:

ANNOUNCEMENT DAY!  How to Adult" exists!  

Emma “Elmify” Mills and T. Michael Martin have teamed up with Hank and John Green to create “How to Adult,” a new edutainment channel dedicated to teaching you everything you need to know how to do as an adult that they never taught you in school.

We’ll be bringing you new episodes every Monday to help unravel the mysteries and vagaries of adulthood. How do you pay taxes? What do you do if you blow a tire? How the heck are you supposed to wash shirts with red-and-white stripes?! "How to Adult" is here to answer those questions and more, so that adulthood can be a little less overwhelming and a lot more awesome.

We couldn’t be more excited about this news. DFTBA!

ANNOUNCEMENT!

John and I are teaming up with two of our favorite not-so-well-known YouTubers to help us all figure out HOW TO ADULT.

Not so simple as it sounds…I’m still not great at adult even after quite a bit of experience. Really looking forward to learning with these two and so happy to see how fantastically this intro video turned out.

Feb 8

daryldixonismyspiritanimal:

minionier:

grassangel:

tyleroakley:

Let us never forget that Jeremy Renner used to be a makeup artist.

And a ski-instructor. And house renovator.

#now this fact is spreading can he be asked all the makeup questions usually aimed at female co-stars?

Can Jeremy Renner be a strong female character in every movie?

Jeremy Renner is a strong, independent woman, who don’t need no man.

Feb 8

shady-brain-farm:

geekishchic:

lucrezialoveshercesare:

It’s like Hufflepuffs united

It’s like requirements for liking a roommate

It’s even yellow. This is so Hufflepuff-y

(Source: rosetylear)

Feb 6

talking about the “drunk scenes”

(Source: mishasteaparty)

Feb 6

the-time-lord-of-the-rings:

If you don’t love Sesame Street, I don’t know what to say to you.

Who writes for Sesame Street???

Feb 6

(Source: weaselette)

Feb 6

By far my favorite HIMYM interview.

(Source: howimetyourmother-lawyered)

Feb 5
maureenjohnsonbooks:

summerscourtney:

One of the first things I did when stuff started falling into place with my writing career was talk about it with people like it was all this questionable accident.  “Yeah, I wrote a book and it’s being published,” I’d say, like it was nothing—not like it was easy, but like it was literally nothing.  It was amazing how quickly I was willing to let go of the hard work and sacrifices I’d made in hopes the thing I wanted to happen would.  When it did, I did not want anyone to be uncomfortable or, God forbid, like me less for my accomplishments.  Before I gave anyone a chance to be proud of me, to celebrate with me, I wanted them to know I was so sorry first. 
Eventually a friend emailed me and told me I could work that angle less and when she did, I realized how truly scared I was of claiming my part in what I made happen for me.  It’s so sad so many of the accomplished, hardworking women I know struggle with owning their success. How immediately they will tear themselves out of that part of the picture because it just doesn’t look as nice with them in it.
Anyway, what I’m trying to say here is: that’s enough of that.  Let’s stop.


So many women I know do this. I’ve done it myself. 

maureenjohnsonbooks:

summerscourtney:

One of the first things I did when stuff started falling into place with my writing career was talk about it with people like it was all this questionable accident.  “Yeah, I wrote a book and it’s being published,” I’d say, like it was nothing—not like it was easy, but like it was literally nothing.  It was amazing how quickly I was willing to let go of the hard work and sacrifices I’d made in hopes the thing I wanted to happen would.  When it did, I did not want anyone to be uncomfortable or, God forbid, like me less for my accomplishments.  Before I gave anyone a chance to be proud of me, to celebrate with me, I wanted them to know I was so sorry first. 

Eventually a friend emailed me and told me I could work that angle less and when she did, I realized how truly scared I was of claiming my part in what I made happen for me.  It’s so sad so many of the accomplished, hardworking women I know struggle with owning their success. How immediately they will tear themselves out of that part of the picture because it just doesn’t look as nice with them in it.

Anyway, what I’m trying to say here is: that’s enough of that.  Let’s stop.

So many women I know do this. I’ve done it myself.