avatarlegends:

tastysynapse:

Every part of the fandom will understand how comforting this short tune is.

This melody, above all the others, made the world of Avatar seem so unmistakably real. 

 transhumanisticpanspermia:

failmacaw:

nightmargin:

W E L C O M E

B  E    O  U  R    G  U  E  S  T

these skeletons look legitimately friendly and inviting, i don’t know about you guys but i’m hella stoked to kick it with these skeletons

transhumanisticpanspermia:

failmacaw:

nightmargin:

W E L C O M E

B  E    O  U  R    G  U  E  S  T

these skeletons look legitimately friendly and inviting, i don’t know about you guys but i’m hella stoked to kick it with these skeletons

(Source: fairytailwitch)

 nataliaa-romanovaa:

This is possibly my favorite Star Trek picture ever because look at the crew giggling their heads off and Spock is just why am I still on this ship with these children

nataliaa-romanovaa:

This is possibly my favorite Star Trek picture ever because look at the crew giggling their heads off and Spock is just why am I still on this ship with these children

(Source: ashayamm)

gotochelm:

But when he says that, I don’t listen. I am absolutely free.

From The Rabbi’s Cat (2007) by Joann Sfar. More scans here.

missevalyn:

"Would you believe it’s an experiment, Joan?"

"Not really, no."

zamii070:

this joke is so over used

popculturebrain:

The Jewish Hunger Games - The Official Trailer (by Jon Rudnitsky)

 

(Source: kahmurio)

 

(Source: ohayocelestia)

 magical-girl-fanart:

Bcap
 armisael:

armisael:

me in prison


me in prison part 2

armisael:

armisael:

me in prison

me in prison part 2

 koolnet:

tittily:

send this to your crush with no context

i sent this to my crush and he said “that churns me on”

koolnet:

tittily:

send this to your crush with no context

i sent this to my crush and he said “that churns me on”

(Source: themadthadder)

When I tried to think about what on earth could move the heart of a boy like Haruka, who’s awkward and never really gets agitated over anything, I realized that it would have to be something out of the box, or it wouldn’t work. But maybe something as big as going to Australia would be sufficient to awaken something within him. Haruka has never really left his hometown, has lived there his whole life, so he’s probably never really seen what “the world” really is. And I felt that if Rin had just taken him to visit some famous pool in Tokyo, it wouldn’t have been enough to really shake Haruka—but Rin himself would probably choose to take him to the place where he’d grown up, Australia. For Rin, Australia was a place filled with a lot of harsh memories—but they weren’t all bad, and he saw and experienced a lot of things there, so he’d want Haruka to see those same things. And I feel he was the only one who could do that for Haruka; its as a very “Rin” approach to the issue.
— Utsumi Hiroko, Spoon 2di  (via tehrisa)

(Source: fencer-x)