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bludgertothehead:

but why do famous people get things for free if they’re the ones that can afford it 

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mamalaz:

BBC Sherlock in the original Victorian era

noten:

I really can’t wait for winter because then I can start wearing the other 97% of my clothes 

I’m still really upset and angry. He did it once, the camera happened to be on him, he did it once and I think it’s the funniest joke that’s ever been on our show. - Michael Schur (x)

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sardonicscrewdriver:


shadowsbestforgotten:


dragonsigma:


angrynerdyblogger:


huelebicho:


allons-y-to221b:


JUST IN CASE THERE WAS ANY CONFUSION


#yeah #fuck off Wales


Uh excuse me but where the fuck would this fit in



I just love how the rest of them have perfectly ordinary crosses, and then Wales is like “fuck you let’s put a motherfucking dragon on here”



I think it’d look pretty badass.


reblogging because it got better.

sardonicscrewdriver:

shadowsbestforgotten:

dragonsigma:

angrynerdyblogger:

huelebicho:

allons-y-to221b:

JUST IN CASE THERE WAS ANY CONFUSION

#yeah #fuck off Wales

Uh excuse me but where the fuck would this fit in

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I just love how the rest of them have perfectly ordinary crosses, and then Wales is like “fuck you let’s put a motherfucking dragon on here”

image

I think it’d look pretty badass.

reblogging because it got better.

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halftheskymovement:

Women may dominate the red carpets at award shows and film premieres but it’s a different story behind the set. Industry figures show that in 2013, women accounted for just 16% of directors, executive producers, producers, writers, cinematographers, and editors. That’s where The Goddess Project comes in.

Armed with nothing but a camera and a customized campervan, two women, Holli and Sara, ditched their lives working in the media industry to travel 10,000 miles across the US and make a grassroots documentary film on the lives of women from all over the country. “I grew up watching mainly male protagonists in films and without seeing women I related to on TV shows and media,” says Holli, 24. “But we want to change that.”

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