Never Forget The One's We've Lost

greatjaggi:

yanahma:

greatjaggi:

What the fuck is the “super” in superwholock supposed to represent

Sigh. Look at this plebian. Lets get this cleared up once and for all:

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"Super" = Superbad

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"Who" = The Hoobs

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"Lock" = John Locke from Lost

Now can we please never have a misunderstanding about this again

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Well im glad that’s cleared up

ouijathemovie:

What if she wants to tell me something?

ouijathemovie:

What if she wants to tell me something?

pleatedjeans:

via

catsbeaversandducks:

Via sarah-scales:

We have one kitten left at work and he does not like to be ignored! He demands you pay attention to his cute!

malfoypure:

Part 1 of fancasts suggested by my followers: (2 Lilys because a lot of people had Lily suggestions)

Toby Regbo as Remus (moonyys)
Sarah Bolger as Lily (moonyys)
Aaron Taylor Johnson as James (nevsbottom)
Ben Barnes as Sirius (moonyys)
Tamsin Egerton as Marlene (horrcruxe)
Jane Levy as Molly (horrcruxe)
Sophie Turner as Lily (moonyys)(horrcruxe)

The Magic Begins
       
↳ 15: Character fancast: As chosen by my followers

Part 2

emiello:

Pros of dating me

  • i’m rly soft and squishy
  • i’ll make you hot beverages in bed
  • i’m good at compliments
  • you’ll gain lots of dorky pet names

Cons of dating me

  • ummm??
  • zero i am a goddess
mdhsphotographs:

Major League Baseball All Star-Game, Memorial Stadium900 East 33rd Street, Baltimore, MarylandJuly 8, 1958Robert F. Kniesche (1906-1976)4x5 inch acetate negativeKniesche CollectionMaryland Historical SocietyPP79.1314This was the first and only MLB All-Star Game played at Memorial Stadium. The opening pitch was made by then-Vice President Richard Nixon. The American League lineup included Micky Mantle (New York Yankees), Nellie Fox (Chicago White Sox), and Gus Triandos (Baltimore Orioles). National League included Willie Mays (San Francisco Giants), Henry “Hank” Aaron (Milwaukee Braves), and Ernie Banks (Chicago Cubs) among others. More information on the game and lineups available through the Wikipedia page.

mdhsphotographs:

Major League Baseball All Star-Game, Memorial Stadium
900 East 33rd Street, Baltimore, Maryland
July 8, 1958
Robert F. Kniesche (1906-1976)
4x5 inch acetate negative
Kniesche Collection
Maryland Historical Society
PP79.1314
This was the first and only MLB All-Star Game played at Memorial Stadium. The opening pitch was made by then-Vice President Richard Nixon. The American League lineup included Micky Mantle (New York Yankees), Nellie Fox (Chicago White Sox), and Gus Triandos (Baltimore Orioles). National League included Willie Mays (San Francisco Giants), Henry “Hank” Aaron (Milwaukee Braves), and Ernie Banks (Chicago Cubs) among others. More information on the game and lineups available through the Wikipedia page.