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ok, basically, this was originally a teen wolf blog, but things got out of hand and yeah... turned into a random mix of photography, art, random quotes, but mainly fandom stuff like: teen wolf, supernatural, doctor who, Sherlock, harry potter, merlin... that kind of thing.
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lilbitfoxy:

Series of Ten 17/?

↳ Episode: The Shakespeare Code

(via jeniferher-nandez)

theysayyouflywhenyoudie:

yourfuckingdarling:

I need to be thinner and prettier and nicer and less depressed because I suck

this is exactly how I feel.

(via oda-kirby)

tsarbucks:

there’s a huge problem in gaming today where people are focusing more on graphics than aethestic, which is really shitty because it leads to all of these awful derivative modern military shooters and games that have no identity. like i don’t really care if you’re able to render the 374th bead of sweat on a grizzled marine’s face, if you don’t have a unique style nobody will remember your game

(via garyhiggins)

Jehad Saftawi, IMEU:

"On July 16, while I was in eastern Gaza City taking photos of the many buildings recently destroyed by Israeli forces, a man approached me and asked if I wanted to enter his home to take photos of the inside.

I accepted his offer and as he showed me around, I learned his name is Khamis Mraish and that his brother, Dr. Riad Mraish, ran a clinic from the home.  As Khamis took me through each corner of the house, he described in detail the damage in every room. Most of the family’s belongings, including Dr. Mraish’s medical equipment, were now ruined, scattered in pieces and covered with debris.

It was horribly sad to witness his pain — and how he so badly wanted to share his story with the world. And the more people I speak with, the more I realize there is this same feeling everywhere. The people in Gaza want, and need, the world to see what they are going through.”

(via politics-r-us)

colethewolf:

I’ve already made a post about Teen Wolf’s "The Collective", which you can read here if you haven’t already. However, this post is going to talk about something I didn’t touch on in the last post.
I’d like to bring to your attention the element of control and censorship MTV and Teen Wolf are trying to place upon this fandom with “The Collective”.
The Collective is essentially dubbed a Tumblr alternative for Teen Wolf fans, and this is a bad thing. This is MTV’s way of controlling the fanbase, and creating a space which they can censor what fans say or do.
See, here on Tumblr, we’re free to post whatever we want. And as many of you may have probably already noticed, fans are quite vocal when it comes to what is bothering them. Teen Wolf fans have no problem typing out posts about plot holes, continuity problems, problematic elements within the show, bad writing, etc. 
Of course, the people in power over at Teen Wolf aren’t too fond with this. They ignore critiques, ignore problems within their own show, block fans on Twitter who offer constructive criticism (even when it’s respectfully written) about certain things, and treat fans horribly for asking about bothersome things.
MTV would rather have a space where they can monitor what is said. A place where only positive light can shine upon their show, unlike here on Tumblr, where fans actually get a voice. Now, I understand that they want their show to look good, however, trying to cover up the problematic pieces in their show by silencing fans who speak about the bad is horrible.
The Collective is also a place where Teen Wolf can pick and choose which fanart and fanfic is "acceptable". You can bet your ass that they’ll exploit the hell out of hetero ships, because those are deemed acceptable. However, slash ships will most likely be treated unfairly. Just like how the Teen Wolf social media team and PR team treats slash ships. ie. ignoring them, treating them like taboo topics, and only mentioning them when they want to win something.
This attempt to control and censor fans is outrageous. Yes, it’s possible that I could be taking this too seriously. However, I don’t feel that I am. Especially since I know that MTVteenwolf has been trying to tame the fandom over the past years.
This fandom belongs to the fans. This is our fandom. It does not belong to Jeff. It does not belong to the writers. It does not belong to MTV. It does not belong to the TW social media team. It does not belong to the Teen Wolf PR team.
The sheer idea of them attempting to create a place where they can mold the fandom in their image of what’s acceptable, amazes me, and certainly not a good way.
Why would MTVteenwolf think that a place where THEY get to select a few couple pieces of fanwork to display is better than Tumblr, where fans of all different corners of this fandom can openly and freely display their opinions and fanwork with no problem. 
Again, it’s because they want control. Do not let them have it.
Not only is The Collective a way for them to take immediate ownership over the work you submit, but it’s also a way to control and censor the fandom. 
Fandom belongs to the fans. Fandom does not belong to a company, and a group of people that believe the fans are theirs to control.

postdrift:

Chris Evans in 4th, 6th and 7th grade.

(via the-raggedydoctor)

derek hale + fire

(Source: ghoulinski, via halewinchester)

niisku:

the amount of sass in this screencap is overwhelming

headfullofpotter:

c0ffee-sh0p:

headfullofpotter:

im gonna marry thor

but theyre making thor a woman now

im gonna marry thor

(via licklucifer)

sorenbowie:

leviaqueen:

deerhoof:

the future is here and it’s horrible

Innovative technology.

When you are programmed to serve, there are only so many ways to rebel.

(Source: pierregrassou, via lunsfuhd)