transhumanisticpanspermia:

i have limited sympathy for people who get told “no” after a public proposal because public proposals are pretty much emotionally abusive

like seriously

if you think it’s kinda cute, you can discuss it beforehand and then do a staged one later

but putting someone on the spot in front of a crowd of strangers (or worse, friends) and demanding they give you a yes or no answer to a complex question which will affect the rest of their life is

really not okay



Harry Potter + Wands (x), (x).



Daenerys Fan Challenge: [Day 1] Favorite Moment → A Dragon is No Slave
∟ “Drogon,” she sang out loudly, sweetly, all her fear forgotten. “Dracarys.” 


simplypotterheads:

Oh
my
god.

simplypotterheads:

Oh

my

god.



The Lorraine Baines McFly Prom dress from Back To The Future

The Lorraine Baines McFly Prom dress from Back To The Future



princeofpans:

rashaka:

strictlybecca:

faramirs:

#its ridiculous how much i love this pairing IT SET THE BAR FOR ALL OTHER PAIRINGS EVER I THINK

i’m still haunted by the line “princesses don’t marry kitchen boys” because the absolute _resignation_ and heartbreak in that line still hurts my heart.

This movie is the best and if you think otherwise you can fight me.



You are a daughter of the North. You have the wolf blood in you.

Ladies of House Stark fancasting: Caitriona Balfe as Lyarra Stark, Jessica Brown Findlay as Lyanna Stark, Eleanor Tomlinson as young Catelyn Stark, Lotte Verbeek as adult Sansa Stark & Olga Kurylenko as adult Arya Stark

"Islam doesn’t promote violence or peace. Islam is just a religion and like every religion in the world, in depends on what you bring to it. If you’re a violent person, your Islam, your Judaism, your Christianity, your Hinduism is going to be violent. There are marauding Buddhist monks in Myanmar slaughtering women and children. Does Buddhism promote violence? Of course not. People are violent or peaceful, and that depends on their politics their social world, the way that they see their communities, the way they see themselves."
— Religious scholar Reza Aslan answers CNN’s question, “Does Islam promote violence?” (via mediamattersforamerica)