Autumn Eve, 13, plays cello and piano. I love cartoons. Absolutely Love Paramore, Doc Martins which are shown on my other blog called a A PARA DOCS. LOVE LEGEND OF KORRA and YOUNG JUSTICE!!!

6th September 2013

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work-it-out:

30 Day Paramore Challenge

→ Day 13 - A favourite interview: MTV Movie Awards 2013 Interview with Chuey Martinez (x)

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6th September 2013

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That moment when you realize that The Lion King was the first animated film to have same-sex parents

beelzebub-36:

arthur-christmas-claus:

And they weren’t even the same species.

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“But it’s not natural!”

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“There’s no way any child raised by two men could be happy, or even content.”

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“But now their child will be gay.”

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“He will never have a normal, real relationship.”

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“He’ll be socially inept and never amount to anything.”

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Respected king.

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Loved father.

I rest my case.

And just for the hell of it…

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You can be a homo too!

Fave post.

6th September 2013

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thetinkertoyboy:

disneyscouples:

DISNEY LOVE

I love that at first she thinks it’s misogynistic, and isn’t afraid to call him on it, but then we see him do what we almost never see a male superhero do : He admits he’s scared. 

He’s not trying to belittle her, he’s not trying to tell her or even the kids that they’re not strong, 

He’s trying to protect what he loves most because he’s terrified of losing them. The big, giant robot ripping apart BUILDINGS doesn’t scare him at all compared to losing what he loves.

I love this movie for so many reasons, but this scene is one of the bigger ones. A hero movie where the males are allowed to be emotional without appearing weak? A hero movie where females are allowed to be strong without being callous or woefully 2D? A hero movie where children are allowed to explore their potential instead of being shitty sidekicks?

YES PLEASE.

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24th June 2013

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I just noticed:

blackrapture1990:

Dean Winchester was pulled out of Hell on September 18, 2008. It was a Thursday. This can be considered a ‘rebirth day’. The Angel of Thursday is Castiel.

Sam Winchester was born on May 2, 1983, it was a Monday. The Angel of Monday is Gabriel. 

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24th June 2013

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24th June 2013

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richard-sp8-jr:

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mishafuckingackles:

#because it doesn’t even matter that Dean didn’t say anything about the slinky #Sam KNOWS

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that fanart has officially killed me goodbye

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24th June 2013

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24th June 2013

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#me when woken up in the morning tbh

24th June 2013

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24th June 2013

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shubbabang:

I know I’m not the only one who does this but you know when you have this like boundary around you when you’re sitting at a table or a desk that only you are allowed to be in 

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And then someone or something that isn’t yours

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gets in that space

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and you just

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24th June 2013

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Wonder Woman: Diana’s contest victory

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20th June 2013

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quartermasteries:

teen wolf au meme ₪ seven tv show aus: 1/7

↳ SHERLOCK
for alocalband
After coming home from the war, Allison finds the quiet of ordinary life repulsive, somehow: the bitter silences torture her, the ambling on of a daily routine dulls her until she sleeps, and when she sleeps she dreams of combat, and then, oh, then she is truly awake.  Her father gives her pitying eyes and after the first time she hears him cry in the bathroom, she decides she needs to find her own place.  Scott introduces Allison to Lydia in the animal morgue, where Lydia is conducting her own chemical tests on deceased animals.  Well.  At least she isn’t an ax-murderer.
What she is is a “consulting detective, only one of my kind.”  Sheriff Stilinski allows her to help out on cases only because when she does… well, she gets them right.  But she’s obnoxious and rude and doesn’t play well with others.  That’s where Allison comes in.  Allison is used to smoothing things over, and when push comes to shove, her hand to hand combat in unparalleled, although she has a special aptitude with a crossbow.  The cases are interesting, distracting, and often dangerous: just what the doctor ordered.  
Things get complicated, of course: a man that Lydia will only refer to as Stiles waltzes into town in about mid-winter, and Allison can count on both hands how many times he changed allegiances between the police and the mysterious Peter Hale, the mastermind and consulting criminal that had trapped Allison and Lydia and nearly blown them to smithereens by a pool only a few months after the two women had started their… unusual partnership.
Hale is dangerous, more dangerous than Allison realizes.  It’s around when Lydia’s reputation starts falling to pieces that Allison pieces together that something is going to go terribly wrong, and she wants to grab Lydia close and make her stay.  But she never can.  And though Allison wants to be surprised to see Lydia standing at the top of Beacon Hills Hospital, she isn’t.  It doesn’t stop her hand from shaking, doesn’t stop her from crying out when the body falls.
“No one will ever convince me that you told me a lie,” Allison tells Lydia’s grave marker, weeks later.  As she walks away, she feels as though she is being watched, but Allison knows it’s only the wind.

quartermasteries:

teen wolf au meme  seven tv show aus: 1/7

↳ SHERLOCK

for alocalband

After coming home from the war, Allison finds the quiet of ordinary life repulsive, somehow: the bitter silences torture her, the ambling on of a daily routine dulls her until she sleeps, and when she sleeps she dreams of combat, and then, oh, then she is truly awake.  Her father gives her pitying eyes and after the first time she hears him cry in the bathroom, she decides she needs to find her own place.  Scott introduces Allison to Lydia in the animal morgue, where Lydia is conducting her own chemical tests on deceased animals.  Well.  At least she isn’t an ax-murderer.

What she is is a “consulting detective, only one of my kind.”  Sheriff Stilinski allows her to help out on cases only because when she does… well, she gets them right.  But she’s obnoxious and rude and doesn’t play well with others.  That’s where Allison comes in.  Allison is used to smoothing things over, and when push comes to shove, her hand to hand combat in unparalleled, although she has a special aptitude with a crossbow.  The cases are interesting, distracting, and often dangerous: just what the doctor ordered.  

Things get complicated, of course: a man that Lydia will only refer to as Stiles waltzes into town in about mid-winter, and Allison can count on both hands how many times he changed allegiances between the police and the mysterious Peter Hale, the mastermind and consulting criminal that had trapped Allison and Lydia and nearly blown them to smithereens by a pool only a few months after the two women had started their… unusual partnership.

Hale is dangerous, more dangerous than Allison realizes.  It’s around when Lydia’s reputation starts falling to pieces that Allison pieces together that something is going to go terribly wrong, and she wants to grab Lydia close and make her stay.  But she never can.  And though Allison wants to be surprised to see Lydia standing at the top of Beacon Hills Hospital, she isn’t.  It doesn’t stop her hand from shaking, doesn’t stop her from crying out when the body falls.

“No one will ever convince me that you told me a lie,” Allison tells Lydia’s grave marker, weeks later.  As she walks away, she feels as though she is being watched, but Allison knows it’s only the wind.

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20th June 2013

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20th June 2013

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This show makes sense I swear

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20th June 2013

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thelittlecoyoteinitiative:

This needs to be rebloggable …

thelittlecoyoteinitiative:

This needs to be rebloggable …

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