stop living a lie just to kill a curse

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gazzymouse:

It happened. It finally happened. I was at a very crowded Broadway lottery today wearing a small SHIELD button and when the people started to disperse the most innocent, average looking middle aged man holding hands with his wife walked past me, leaned in, and he whispered “hail hydra.”

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imaginarycircus:

bekutaa:

mrdappersden:

I Don’t Understand Young People And They Scare Me: I Just Want To Live In The Past Forever



Largely irrelevant 83 year old white dude from Yale who called poetry slams “the death of art” likes this book. Huh.

imaginarycircus:

bekutaa:

mrdappersden:

I Don’t Understand Young People And They Scare Me: I Just Want To Live In The Past Forever

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Largely irrelevant 83 year old white dude from Yale who called poetry slams “the death of art” likes this book. Huh.

Alternative Ending » Agent Gwen Stacy
When Gwen Stacy died, Coulson’s team brought back her to life thanks to the alien medicine that saved Coulson and Skye. Her memories have been all erased.

(Source: slytherin96, via thewritersramblings)

madamefaust:

bewareofdragon:

the-hobbit:

2nd promotional image released of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies featuring Thranduil & Gandalf

You can just about hear Gandalf saying “What the FUCK are you three idiots even doing?!”

"Why are you even HERE?"

madamefaust:

bewareofdragon:

the-hobbit:

2nd promotional image released of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies featuring Thranduil & Gandalf

You can just about hear Gandalf saying “What the FUCK are you three idiots even doing?!”

"Why are you even HERE?"

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bibulous:

thebookmunkie:

nprbooks:

The Litographs Tattoos Kickstarter campaign has taken a novel (GET IT?) approach to encouraging contributions: The first 2,500 backers will also reserve their place in the world’s longest (temporary) tattoo chain.

Litographs has broken up Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland into 2,500 temporary tats. Once they hit their goal, they’ll send the ink out for backers to apply, photograph and upload to their website. “Our goal,” they say, “is to recreate this iconic novel by showcasing every single word on the skin of 2,500 Kickstarter backers.” Which, OK, sounds a little gross — but I’m intrigued!

-Nicole

WHAT! This is awesome. Temporary tattoos are something I can participate in! I’m signing up to be one of the Alice participants. How about you?

Seriously guys, Litographs is amazing, and the fundraiser is for a new literary temporary tattoo line. Check it out!

(via books-cupcakes)

andreva:

How do you fabrics : Franz Xaver Winterhalter (20 April 1805 – 8 July 1873)

German painter and lithographer, known for his portraits of royalty in the mid-nineteenth century. He was a virtuoso in the art of conveying the texture of fabrics, furs and jewellery, to which he paid no less attention than to the face. He painted very rapidly and very fluently, designing most of his compositions directly in the canvas. His portraits are elegant, refined, lifelike, and pleasantly idealized.

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