Hazel Grace, they don’t actually hurt you unless you light ‘em.

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Because I saw my parents relaxing in armchairs and reading and liking it, I thought it was a peaceful grown-up thing to do, and I still think that.
Maeve Binchy (via bewitchedbeguiled)
THE archers!

clockworckprincess:

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letmereadinpeace:

book—quotes:

Cornelia Funke, Inkheart (Inkworld #1)


nicolerichiest:

The Fault In Our Stars (2014)


ϟ The Magic Begins Challenge: A Scene You Really Wanted To Be In The Movies, But Wasn’t

Have a biscuit, Potter.


dauntless-maia:

Iconic fictional symbols.

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lesquatrescavaliers:

catslock:

foreverandadalek:

teamfreekickass:

timelordparadise:

hawkstars:

avocadokitten:

women are better than men = misandry

men are better than women = misogyny 

men and women are equal = feminism

everyone is equal but also shit = misanthropy,

everyone’s equal when they’re dead = lesmiserables

everyone’s dead = supernatural 

everyone’s important = doctor who

everyone’s an idiot = sherlock

everyone’s food = hannibal

dearestpj:

Obligatory picture of the stairs at Powell’s City of Books, the “world’s largest independent new & used book store.” They are not kidding. This place is well organized, but there aren’t just shelves of genres in a few rows. There are entire ROOMS of book genres. And when I say rooms, I mean spaces bigger than most apartments I’ve lived in. Great selection of board books for my toddler in the Rose Room, a collection of rare books in the Pearl Room, and yes they have a print on demand book machine. Also, they have vegan pastries & rice, soy or almond milk in their coffee shop, and they’re right next to Whole Foods & Buffalo Exchange. You got me again, Portland! Can I just live & die here please? 

lupinswilly:

neonninjahair:

hayaustin:

The greatest of the Disney pictures. I dare you to find a better one.

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Found a better one. 
 


sidhwen:

myrddinmata-druidofthefandoms:

trashyfiction:

thescienceofjohnlock:

“And exactly how many times did he fall out of the window?”

“It was all a bit of a blur detective inspector, I lost count.”

so this gets treated rather casually with a few jokes in canon. But can I just put it out there that /Sherlock is fucking terrifying/

You DO NOT fuck with Mrs. Hudson. Sherlock will go Moriarty-mode on you.

Sherlock will go Moriarty on you.

This is actually scarily accurate. it highlights how similar Sherlock and Moriarty are, in a way. They can both be inhumane, brutal. Only in Sherlock’s case it’s out of love (“inhumanity out of humanity”) while for Moriarty it’s perverse entertainment.


The last lines of the Hunger Games Trilogy

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thatisuncleferdinand:

March Book Photo Challenge: Day 31. Read This Month

slow reading month for me


Best.Youtube.Comment.Ever.

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