Why do I get inspired when I should be sleeping ???

1 month ago with 2 notes



tastefullyoffensive:

"Where is your trunk, human?" [x]

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terrencemann:

terrencemann:

 my music teacher said he doesn’t like Edde Redmayne so now there are sixty three photos of him in hilarious places in his classroom, here are a few of my favourites.

we still find these in his classroom every so often actually

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So I downloaded a third party tumblr app so I can be on this account and my rp account at once. We shall see how that goes.




dutchster:

as a serial killer my name would be the suspense so my victims would be like “oh no, the suspense is killing me” and we would both laugh right before i killed them

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sirseahorse:

stabsinthe:

if gatsby wrote a letter to nick it would be addressed to “old sport” because i firmly believe gatsby doesnt know nicks name

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markuhre:

grantairelecynique this picture makes me so happy never Jasonforget

LOOK IT PRECIOUS BBS

markuhre:

grantairelecynique this picture makes me so happy never Jasonforget

LOOK IT PRECIOUS BBS

1 month ago with 3 notes — via sgtbuckyb



This is literally a glob of photos from Toronto and ilu all.

1 month ago with 8 notes



emmugh:

I like new friends because I can reuse old jokes

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donothaveagentleheart:

history meme | one/eight ‘objects’ | pyotr tchaikovsky’s swan lake

swan lake, by pyotr ilyich tchaikovsky, was composed in 1875–1876. the scenario, initially in four acts, was fashioned from russian folk tales and tells the story of odette, a princess turned into a swan by an evil sorcerer’s curse. the choreographer of the original production was julius reisinger. the ballet was premiered by the bolshoi ballet on march 4th, 1877 at the bolshoi theatre in moscow. [read more]