#hee
posted 10 hours ago with 22 notes

It’s my humble opinion that the true measure of an RP villain’s greatness is not the character’s kill/rape count, their edgy backstory, or the ~darkness~ of their portrayal. The true measure of an RP villain’s greatness is when their name still evokes unease and excitement years after their last plot has ended.

reblogged 10 hours ago via (source) with 22,686 notes
reblogged 10 hours ago via (source) with 88 notes

shithowdy:

can you smell the cheeto dust

This thread is a fucking miracle of our time.


reblogged 12 hours ago via (source) with 25,880 notes
reblogged 13 hours ago via (source) with 338 notes

captaindazya:

eivle:

Prince Anduin : shall we date?

Black Princess Wrathion : NO !

laugh to cry


posted 15 hours ago with 11 notes

Last night, I had this bizarre dream that was basically someone’s first fanfic. It started out at Dunkin Donuts, where my mother kept sending me up to get more donuts, even though the shop was closing soon. She ultimately left without me, and I couldn’t get home because in the dream, I was some flavor of teenager and couldn’t drive yet. Worse, there was a curfew, and I risked getting into big trouble if I was out after curfew.

Fortunately, Chris Evans-as-Captain America was there to save me. He brought me back to his impossible apartment (you know, like the apartments on Friends, where it’s like “you people sit around a coffee shop all day, how the fuck do you afford that much space in Manhattan?”), and we spent the night talking about all the things and he told me something along the lines of, “You know, I can really talk to you. I can’t talk to anybody else the way I can talk to you.”

The next day, I went to high school for the first day of my senior year, where my least favorite teacher from my actual high school days was teaching the first class of the day: remedial alchemy. At the end of the day, I went through the rain back to Chris Evans-as-Captain America’s apartment, where we proceeded to have a wet T-shirt contest and sexy cuddling times… which were described in the apparent fanfic my brain was reading in terms of letters (“I pressed my S-shaped curves against his Y-shaped torso because I wanted the D” or something along those lines).

I’ll admit that I’m sad I woke up before the fanfic could go through five hundred more chapters of teasing before the awkward and inevitable copulation of our relationship.

reblogged 20 hours ago via (source) with 82,604 notes
reblogged 20 hours ago via (source) with 1,126 notes

richardarmitageforever:

hulksmashsmaug:

Thorin being majestic while cursing in Khuzdul.

Those eyes and that hair are impossible to resist.


reblogged 22 hours ago via (source) with 13,402 notes

doctaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa:

"Whether you come back by page or by the big screen, Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home.― J.K. Rowling


reblogged 22 hours ago via (source) with 13,773 notes

chrisanthomum:

teddytrumpet:

septetteforaspookyprincess:

when you accidentally step on a bee

image

Omfg

accidentally

reblogged 1 day ago via (source) with 7,102 notes

sekretsu:

I FOUND IT. 

I FOUND THE MOST EMBARRASSING POST ON THIS SITE..


reblogged 1 day ago via (source) with 458,638 notes

lufioh:

EVERY FRIENDSHIP HAS THAT ONE JOKE THAT BASICALLY ENDS WITH THEM BEING LIKE THIS

image

reblogged 1 day ago via (source) with 124,665 notes

quixon:

thebigblackwolfe:

frantzfandom:

girilla-warfare:

the-average-gatsby:

the-average-gatsby:

how do you tell the difference between a chemist and a plumber

ask them to pronounce “unionized”

Holy fuck thats clever

It took me 5 minutes to get this

FUCK

Oh fuck you.

Smart people jokes be like

reblogged 1 day ago via (source) with 281 notes

asharaadayne:

get to know me meme: [1/5] favourite books → The Gemma Doyle Trilogy by Libba Bray

"Once upon a time there were four girls. One was pretty. One was clever. One charming, and one… One was mysterious. But they were all damaged, you see. Something not quite right about the lot of them. Bad blood. Big dreams. Oh, I left that part out. Sorry that should have come before. They were all dreamers, these girls."