1. frickendylan:


    beacon hills town slogan: 

    "don’t trust anybody. no one. don’t trust your neighbor. don’t trust your friends. don’t trust your mom. don’t trust your dog. no one. don’t do it."

    (via stilinskyed)

  2. god-yes-sherlock:




    "You hit like a girl," the strong female character says

    "Stop being such a girl," the strong female character says

    "Man up," the strong female character says

    "Shut the fuck up," I whisper

    #stop using my gender as an insult


    (via azkabooks)

  3. I know it says Jem, but this reminds me so much of Teddy from a tedorie promt I read…and godd. It gives me tons of fEELS!

    Everything you touch surely d i e s.

    (Source: blaiseitzabini, via benjyfenwick)

    Nephilim Week(TMI) Day 1: favorite character 

    Clarissa Fray - "Maybe, no matter how much you loved them, they could slip through your fingers like water, and there was nothing you could do about it."  

    (Source: lydiamarxtin, via theherondaleboy)

    There are all kinds of love in this world, but never the same love twice.

    (Source: simonpeggs, via huntinghorrocruxes)

  4. katherineobscura:

    Guys be like “don’t wear leggings if you don’t got no ass” and I see you bitches walking around in muscle shirts without any muscles so pipe the fuck down

    (via marauders-lover)

  5. waywarders:

    july 21st, 2007

    until the very end

    (via sydneysaege)

  6. Some Infinities


    Lily looked down from the second floor window at the small people scurrying around the mass of chairs beneath her. People were carrying chairs to the group, and others were arranging them into rows. Sirius put a few of the chairs he had brought out down, leaned against one and wiped the sweat from his brow. He glimpsed Lily looking from the window and waved at her. She gave him a smile and raised her hand in greeting.

    Blimey, it was hot. Sweat made her shiver as it trickled down her back, and she was having trouble breathing; though she wasn’t sure it was the heat that was stifling her.

    “Lily,” her mother cracked the door and poked her head in, “May I come in, dear?”

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    The appreciation of stringed instruments in animated films


    (via randomfandomforfangirls)