fuyuhana-san:

rainbowrites:

spacethefinalfuck:

thebigfour-ahojako:

satan-chan:

Incredible cosplay

I think that he took cosplay a little bit too far.

he saw his chance and he took it

DISABLED PEOPLE COSPLAYING DISABLED CHARACTERS

SO HAPPY

DISABLE PEOPLE COSPLAYING IN GENERAL IS AWESOME!!!

GO COSPLAYING COMMUNITY!!

(via acryingromanwithababy)


# oh my god    # httyd    # I say oh my god to everything I reblog   

anuvia:

siderealscion:

mALEFISHIENT, MARK

ive been meaning to make work-related comics forever, so enjoy some choice movie title bastardizations.

(these all actually, seriously, happened, with no humor or awareness on the part of the customer at the time as far as I could tell. so, yes, someone actually asked for a ticket to “Detergent” with a straight face.)

As a former movie theater employee, I can indeed verify that people REALLY DO say this nonsense.

(via feuillyons)


# oh my god   

thewormstache:

l-o-t-r:

"He [Viggo Mortensen] was standing behind the camera throwing the apples … And I’ve never seen him so happy."

Billy Boyd

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# bless    # lotr   


# this show is so disgustingly horrificly cute and happy and sappy I want to puke rainbows all over it    # pushing daisies    # come baaaaackkkk    # I feel like rewatching this now    # I don't even have time   

# whoever that hasn't read this yet should    # gogogogogogogogo    # cries for about one million years    # nimona   

theheirsofdurin:

A Hat Full of Sky — Terry Pratchett

requested by marigoldfaucet :)

(via melkorwashere)


The modern view [that it is bad for adults to read fairy tales / children’s books] seems to me to involve a false conception of growth. They accuse us of arrested development because we have not lost a taste we had in childhood. But surely arrested development consists not in refusing to lose old things but in failing to add new things? I now like hock, which I am sure I should not have liked as a child. But I still like lemon-squash. I call this growth or development because I have been enriched: where I formerly had only one pleasure, I now have two. But if I had to lose the taste for lemon-squash before I acquired the taste for hock, that would not be growth but simple change.

I now enjoy Tolstoy and Jane Austen and Trollope as well as fairy tales and I call that growth: if I had had to lose the fairy tales in order to acquire the novelists, I would not say that I had grown but only that I had changed. A tree grows because it adds rings: a train doesn’t grow by leaving one station behind and puffing on to the next. In reality, the case is stronger and more complicated than this. I think my growth is just as apparent when I now read the fairy tales as when I read the novelists, for I now enjoy the fairy tales better than I did in childhood: being now able to put more in, of course I get more out.
C. S. Lewis, “On Three Ways of Writing for Children” (via dduane)

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# it took me so long to figure this out    # I actually at one point thought I'd eventually lose interest in animations    # hahahahaha    # as if    # I never understand people that use but it's for kids as a reasoning    # though if they describe it as childish I understand    # it's just not some people's cup of tea   

chrissyplaysdressup:

Photos of my hobbit costume :P we were very busy that day, didn’t have much time to get any pics at all XD but hey that’s what it looked like basically! At least I’ve fixed the wig hehe

(via ibelievein3982)


# oh my god this is so cute    # middle earth    # costume   
Anonymous:
small and clumsy dragon being protected (maybe from a knight?) by a princess :D ( I just really like nice dragons) and I really love your style!

pettry:

Thank you, kind anon! Hope you like it!


# this is beyond adorable oh my god    # art   
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