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Scientist and TV addict: Fringe, Doctor Who, Castle, Continuum, Warehouse 13, Primeval: New World, Battlestar Galactica, Dollhouse, Firefly, Downton Abbey, Psych, Haven, Parks and Rec, Leverage, Arrow, Covert Affairs, Defiance, Once Upon a Time, and so much more







There’s still hope…

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markdoesstuff:

multitudes-inside:

natawhat:

cornerof5thandvermouth:

babygoatsandfriends:

Koalas having an argument.

if you have never heard a koala noise before, here is yr chance

they sound like fuzzy bike horns

I laughed so hard I literally started crying

i wasn’t ready

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caitrionabalfe:

 Are you laughing at me?

                            Yes, I most certainly am.

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killian-comeback2me:

#emma stop kidding yourself #i did know since day one

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juggahnaut:

bookporn:

Believe it or not

Okay, I just love how they drew everybody’s face.

Anne Frank’s all like, “Oh, too depressing? It was the fucking Holocaust.

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chuckspinkshoes:

My word, Madam, if I were brave enough, I would commission you a Colonel in one of my regiments.

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i-m-a-weird-person:

nishlo:

nishlo:

nudists don’t have pockets

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emmasneverland:

"…Haig made Elsa’s fear feel like real anxiety, which is what this character is all about. Elsa is a woman who lives in a constant state of worry that something will make her so afraid that she’ll lose control again, and that’s something people with anxiety can strongly relate to. It’s also something Haig captured perfectly—that fear of yourself and who you are when your anxiety is at its worst. From her shaking hands and her tight fists as she struggled to control her magic just walking down the street to her struggle to control her breathing as she hid, the physical details of her anxiety were heartbreaking." (x)

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