You know, Thranduil is actually the only Third Age Elven ruler who isn’t using a Ring of Power to protect his lands. Elrond has Vilya, Galadriel has Nenya, and even Cirdan (ruler of the Grey Havens) had Narya until he gave it to Gandalf.
So for thousands of years Thranduil has been defending his lands on his own against Orcs, Goblins, and Giant Spiders, plus Sauron setting up a summer home in his forest. And yet his hair STILL looks perfect.
Let’s go home.
still haven’t received my letter. I’m 24 now..can i replace Filch?
OMG ok so…leave it to Rumple to outfit her with CROCODILES. When she’s hanging out with Hook. That’s actually really freaking hysterical.
I AM DYING!!!! Rumple you sassy bitch!
Also, kudos to the costume department for thinking of EVERYTHING even when it doesn’t get screen time.
id hit up barnes and noble during the purge
signs you’re a book addict #1: when you’re willing to risk being brutally murdered for free books
So my driving instructor texted me, and I was walking so I just typed ‘Ok’ and hit send and then I looked at it and was like WHAT
But as it turns out, my friends are entirely responsible for turning ‘Ok’ into a shortcut.
but what did your driving instructor say
WHAT DID HE SAY
THIS IS NOT A FUN CLIFFHANGER
152,000 people want to know what your teacher responded.
Matt Damon was conflicted when friends Jimmy Kimmel and Ben Affleck called on him to complete the ALS ice bucket challenge.
Four for you, Matt Damon
You go, Matt Damon
There’s an awful lot of Sam sprawling in season 9, you know? The one where Sam sits on the top of the park bench, the one where he straddles the chair when confronting Crowley.
We’ve never quite seen that before. Sam always used to sit quite normally. You know when it started, too? After “Road Trip.” What an interesting notion! You know what’s even cooler? The fact that perching is counted as a play for dominance.
But it’s something exclusive to season 9, no? Of course, what happened in season 9 to threaten Sam enough to make a subconscious play for dominance; oh wait. Gadreel possessed him for longer than he’s ever been possessed, and Sam was lied to by Dean about it.
Sam is reclaiming the dominance of his own body throughout season 9, and it’s in his body language. It’s even prevalent around Dean; that park scene, where Dean was standing? Sam sat on the back of the bench to look bigger. To make it so that Dean almost never gets to look down on him. When confronting Crowley, the King of Hell, he straddled a chair at Crowley’s level; superiority. He’s being daring with the King of Hell. When he splayed his arms in front of Gadreel? He looked bigger. More intimidating.
What do Dean, Gadreel, and Crowley have in common? They’ve wronged Sam. And Sam is telling them no, even subconsciously.
Karen Gillan-Guardians of the galaxy behind the scenes
friggin sticky posts that won’t stick and my poor computer who’s definitely sick with something. live, gods damn it, live! you’re too precious to me to go away now.