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Alt-J - Bloodflood Pt.II

I thought it was impossible to top Bloodflood, but this part II is as good as the first part.

(Reblogged from athosds)




y’know, some of the ground rules for behavior on tumblr make me squint

don’t give people your true name or they will be able to control you

stories are an acceptable form of payment

the inhabitants hide their real forms behind glamours and avatars

the longer you play here, the harder it is to leave

#actual sidhe court of the internet tbqh

You think you’ve only been here a few hours, but then you realize that years have passed.

(Source: swanjolraven)

(Reblogged from bronzedragon)


"get out of the tag" i whisper to 99% of the people in my tracked tags

(Reblogged from g1ados)



I’m gonna cry

Still crying

(Reblogged from bubonickitten)



johnlock? no. john locke. right to property. social contract. classical liberalism.

yes but consider this: they are both trash

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"i can’t stop crying; it’s all so difficult and i used to think i was smart" a musical starring me as i do my homework

(Reblogged from aangskatara)




The Roman Empire did not so much Fall as Saunter Vaguely Downwards.

Isn’t that a song by Fall Out Boy

Actually yes, here it is

(Reblogged from patroclusdear)



standing next to sunflowers always makes me feel weak like “look at this flower. this flower is taller than i am. this flower is winning and i’m losing”

Wow you are not ready to hear about trees.

(Reblogged from ashcanranting)




If something is ‘old as fuck’ then it’s about 1.2 billion years old because that’s when life evolved sexual reproduction.


However, if something is “old as balls” it’s only about 65 million years old, when placental mammals began to evolve proper testicles.

(Reblogged from bronzedragon)


i want a t shirt saying “les mis wasnt set during the french revolution. what happened in les mis wasnt even a goddamn revolution it was a small rebellion and it didnt go very well”

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"Padme Amidala is a joy to draw, and I was privileged to follow her from birth to first love, motherhood to death. I often base my invented characters on real people, and I was so amazed by Natalie Portman’s performance in The Professional that I kept using her as a model for the young queen. After many hundreds of drawings, George finally asked, "Do you know this girl?" He eventually cast Natalie on her own merits, of course, but I like to think my Jedi mind tricks paved the way." - Iain McCaig

(Source: breakanyballerinasheart)

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