oomshi:

please watch your fucking language

(via kianlawley)


me at the zoo: where are the dragons

Transformers 4 *Spoilers!*

Not really. Just ranting. It was a good movie, I enjoyed it, but there is one thing that is honestly driving me nuts and it is the lack of care a respect that Bay has for the characters. He introduces new ones and destroys them all in one go as if he has an assembly line to go through and he has to meet a quota. The only two that remain are the money makes: Prime and Bee. And I am so over it. He doesn’t even bother introducing the characters and as such the connection one has with the bots is ultimately severed. The magic is quickly fading away. Every movie up until the fourth had a moment that took your breath away. The first when Optimus met Sam Witwicky and crouched down on his knees to speak with him eye to eye and introduce himself. The second when Sam brought Optimus back to life. The third when Prime and the team returned in the nick of time to save the world. But this latest installment left me wanting. 

 All in all it was good. I will go see it again. But it left me feeling a bit bitter as well. 


(via kittykirs)


kiss-my-aspergers:


foxstitches:

serasquatch:

berserkasfuckk:

Matilda

I was rewatching this movie the other day and got up to the point where she and Miss Honey meet for the first time in the classroom, and she mentions that her favorite author is Charles Dickens.
And, like, I always thought they namedropped him in order to make her sound intellectual, but it occurred to me really suddenly and violently that the reason she loves Dickens is because he writes about children who live in abusive systems and who’ve been orphaned or abandoned and she finds comfort and solidarity in it. Miss Honey’s reacts the way she does because Dickens is special to her, likely for the same exact reason. WOW DUH.
ONLY GETTING THIS LIKE 15 YEARS LATER. ALL ABOARD THE SLOW MOBILE.

omG

If it’s any consolation, I’m pretty sure 70% of the people reblogging this also didn’t realise this until you said it. Myself included.

kiss-my-aspergers:

foxstitches:

serasquatch:

berserkasfuckk:

Matilda

I was rewatching this movie the other day and got up to the point where she and Miss Honey meet for the first time in the classroom, and she mentions that her favorite author is Charles Dickens.

And, like, I always thought they namedropped him in order to make her sound intellectual, but it occurred to me really suddenly and violently that the reason she loves Dickens is because he writes about children who live in abusive systems and who’ve been orphaned or abandoned and she finds comfort and solidarity in it. Miss Honey’s reacts the way she does because Dickens is special to her, likely for the same exact reason. WOW DUH.

ONLY GETTING THIS LIKE 15 YEARS LATER. ALL ABOARD THE SLOW MOBILE.

omG

If it’s any consolation, I’m pretty sure 70% of the people reblogging this also didn’t realise this until you said it. Myself included.

(via kittykirs)


nervous-princess:


'In a society where all adventure has been destroyed, the only adventure left is to destroy that society.'

I think about this quote pretty often

nervous-princess:

'In a society where all adventure has been destroyed, the only adventure left is to destroy that society.'

I think about this quote pretty often

(via kittykirs)



amorfreya:

My new outlook on life.

True that. ..

(via escapethepeople)


coffeedential:

what if a ghost is in love with me and is using its powers to keep boys away from me because that would explain a lot

(via president-cellphone)


yamsy:

raptorific:

Comparing your relationship to Romeo and Juliet to express how in love you are is kind of like using Hamlet to demonstrate how close and well-adjusted your family life is

*laughs tastefully*

(via president-cellphone)