I’m definitely drawn towards works that echo a kind of nostalgic sentimentality - not too saccharine with the right amount of wry edginess.
- Karen, social media manager
ok but a slytherin student from some hoity-toity pureblood family becoming ridiculously infatuated with muggle culture
and they just approach some muggleborn gryffindor who’s immediately on guard and waiting for some kind of insult but then the pureblood pulls a fucking nokia flip phone out of their robes and says “ALRIGHT, HOW DO YOU GET THIS TO WORK. I’VE BEEN PRESSING ON THE BUTTONS FOR THE PAST HOUR AND IT HASN’T DONE ANYTHING”
(it needs to be charged)
So there’s this girl who was in my class this week. 8 years old, named Bella. Yesterday she was absent, and this was because she was visiting her father on set. Because her father is Mark Ruffalo.
I spent a week supervising Mark Ruffalo’s daughter and didn’t know until the last day of class.
Imagine if mark Ruffalo saw this on tumblr…
What do you mean ‘imagine’? He probably already did
Meanwhile, in Japan
sometimes you just got to stop questioning the japanese and accept it.
dont exercise with the ball
be the ball
apparently it’s nineteen fucking twenty
As a woman who’s worked at the local hardware store for the past four years, I can confirm that I have to deal with this bullshit every day. Fortunately my coworkers are awesome, so whenever some asshole like this comes in, they make sure to leave all the ‘manly’ stuff to me. Sir Asshole needs a half-dozen 80lb bags of concrete mix loaded? I’m on it, and no I don’t need your help, dude, I’m just as strong as the guys.
In the Homestuck fandom, we’ve had pauses, megapauses, and the gigapause. But we don’t yet have a name for the time period after the comic ends.
But you know a name for when something ends but life goes on? For some difficult emotions and pain but also a sign of new maturity?