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elsa-frozemyheart:

vulcantastic:

THEY ARE SHOWING FROZEN AT MY COLLEGE THIS WEEKEND AND BEING IN A ROOM OF ALL PEOPLE WHO HAVEN’T SEEN THE MOVIE IS SO GR9

I knew what clip it was before I even clicked play.

There is only one clip you would film when you’re showing Frozen to someone for the first time.

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thearbiter:

.. ☆ . +.。 . . . . . 。 ゚。, ☆ ゚. + 。 ゚ ,。 . 。 , .。゚ 。 ゚ . +。 ゚ * 。. , 。゚ +. 。*。 ゚. . . . …, 。SPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA­­­­AAAAAAAAAACCE + ゚ 。 。゚ . ゚。, ☆ * 。゚. o, 。 . + ゚ 。 。゚ . ゚。, ☆ * 。゚.

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official-nepeta:

colorfullyfuckedazazel:

wifikings:

nvxus:

wifikings:

What if Peter Pan was just an asshole, and had kids jump out of windows, making Neverland a coma dream?

Peter Pan originally was an angel of death that held kid’s hands when on their way to heaven (Neverland). That’s why they never grew up. All those kids were dead.

my childhood….gone…..image

Where the fuck did that gif come from

The lion king bloopers

susemoji:

where do these white dads come from

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queensofhighgarden:

Every member of the Game of Thrones cast

Maisie Williams as Arya Stark

↳ "As far as getting into character, that’s never been a deal for me at all. You’ve always got to justify your character’s moves otherwise you’ll never be able to portray anything believably, and for me, I’ve never had trouble justifying Arya’s decisions. This year, though, has been very different. It’s been harder to play her. I can’t justify her decisions quite as easily anymore. I’m a bit scared of her, almost, and not quite sure what she’ll do next."

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jazzypom:

hoenn:

fallen-inspiration:

Take a break from the fandoms and take a moment to read this:

Farah Baker, a 16 year old teen living in the Gaza Strip, has been tweeting and posting on social media sites of the various indiscriminant bombings being committed by Israeli forces, most recently very violent shelling near Al-Shifa hospital by her.

In her countless tweets and numerous posts on both Twitter and Instagram, she documents live strikes using photos and videos to show her followers the severity of the situation her and thousands like her are going through every day. @farah_gazan has gone viral, spiking from 21k to 76k followers on twitter in a span of 24 hours and climbing to 300+ in a matter of hours on Instagram.

Personally, I felt like I was reading something off the diary of Anne Frank. And who knows? Our children might be reading this and asking us why we didn’t stop her from dying just like we did to our grandparents.

The tweets are heartbreaking and the videos are breathtaking. She needs your support. Let her know you stand by her. Follow her on twitter and Instagram and maybe somehow you can change history.

"I can’t stop crying. I might die tonight."

Poor girl. 

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Tampons were packed with their strings connecting them, like a strip of sausages, so they wouldn’t float away. Engineers asked Ride, “Is 100 the right number?” She would be in space for a week. “That would not be the right number,” she told them. At every turn, her difference was made clear to her. When it was announced Ride had been named to a space flight mission, her shuttle commander, Bob Crippen, who became a lifelong friend and colleague, introduced her as “undoubtedly the prettiest member of the crew.” At another press event, a reporter asked Ride how she would react to a problem on the shuttle: “Do you weep?” By

Astronaut Sally Ride and the Burden of Being “The First” (via yahighway)

Men don’t appreciate the amount of self-control women have to exercise in order not to spend their entire lives facepalming.

(via vulvanity)