gingernutsandtea:

I made this Rapunzel Floating Lantern lamp for my friend for Christmas! It’s just a painted lampshade, but I think it turned out really nicely!

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thefrogman:

Jack Russell puppies playing with cat [video]

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butinblack:

This a a wonderful day. I’ve never seen this one before. — Maya Angelou

butinblack:

This a a wonderful day. I’ve never seen this one before. — Maya Angelou

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fitz-simmonsy:

beingdifferentisbest:

OK HOLD ON LET ME TALK ABOUT SOMETHING HERE

So many times when I’m watching the movie, I keep trying to see how the computer guy doesn’t get shot by Rumlow.

When I first saw the movie, I thought the computer guy HAD been shot, and was so relieved when I saw that he hadn’t. But this brought up the question of how Rumlow had missed? I hadn’t seen what happened. He wouldn’t have just missed.

BUT FINALLY. THROUGH THIS GIFSET, I CAN SEE WHAT HAPPENED.

AGENT SHARON CARTER KICKED THE GUYS CHAIR OUT FROM UNDER HIM SO THAT HE FELL OUT OF THE LINE OF GUN FIRE AND THAT IS WHY HE LIVED.

AND THAT IS ONE OF THE REASONS WHY I THINK SHARON CARTER IS AMAZING.

I love this movie SO much because a lot of it actually is about the bravery of the (extra)ordinary SHIELD agents. Typically these characters get completely overlooked in movies, but so many of them laid their lives down for Steve Rogers’ vision - to help him save the world. I just bawled through the second half of the movie over all the innocent SHIELD agents dying. Particularly the pilots who ran out to try and give air support… I’m tearing up just writing this.

Hail Shanon Carter and all those like her.

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So this happened at Subway the other day

  • Me wearing my Pizza John shirt at subway:
  • Sandwich Artist: Who's that guy?
  • Me: Um... John Green.
  • Sandwich Artist: I've heard that name before. Is he like running for president?
  • Me: No.. He wrote some books. You've probably heard of The Fault In Our Stars.
  • Sandwich Artist: oh yeah. That thing . Well he should run for president. I'd vote for him, since I take it from your shirt he's a pizza fan. I'm pro pizza.
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unorthodoxchronicles:

quickjesse:

one of the most adorable moments in the series

Beast boy and cyborg drop everything to make sure that Starfire is comfortable telling jokes. They don’t care that they missed the context, laugh along to make her comfortable, then proceed to make asses of themselves JUST so she can have a good laugh too and feel like she BELONGS.

And that is one of many examples of why the original teen titans series was seriously well fucking written as it showed a very HUMAN kind of emotion, feeling like you don’t fit in and watching a joke go wrong and people not finding you funny, then getting to laugh because the people you chose to open up to were caring enough to make fucking sure you felt like you belonged just for a bit.

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