harmonizingly:

The people who come running to hug you after you haven’t seen them in awhile are my favorite type of people.

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legalmexican:

what a beautiful day to stay indoors

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"You were a shooting star amongst ordinary stars." -Jack (1996)

R.I.P Robin Williams

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ruinedchildhood:

Mom: Home in 5 minutes, hope you’ve taken the chicken out of the freezer

Me: image

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malfoyficents:

harry potter + popular text posts (part two)

(part one)

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I can take care of myself.

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moonkistprincess:

"i was born in the wrong generation" i say as i steal my grandkids hoverboards because fuck you i was promised these years ago

(via snorlaxatives)

oswalled:

MCU MEME — [3/5] five outfits » Lady Sif’s armor 

"I’ve got this completely under control!"

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“Do you ever just crave someone’s presence? like you would literally be happy just sitting next to them & it could be completely silent.”

Unknown  (via labrith)

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Tom Hiddleston is the latest victim to take up the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (and we’d like to thank Nathan Fillion for providing him with the opportunity).

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relahvant:

*puts metaphor between teeth* it’s a cigarette

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ivyblossom:

This sequence is funny and sweet, but demonstrates a few things so clearly and painfully. 

John plays incredibly close to the chest about his feelings. He apparently never explicitly told Sherlock what his role in his life is, or how important he is, preferring to let actions speak louder than words and assuming his meaning is clear. To everyone else, it is clear.

John severely overestimates Sherlock’s ability to understand how anyone feels about him. John makes a lot of assumptions about Sherlock’s emotional maturity and abilities, all of which are apparently wrong. 

Sherlock has stupidly low expectations of how people he loves feel about him. It’s a bit hard not to launch into a consideration about Sherlock’s sense of self-esteem at this point. It seems fairly clear that Sherlock’s sense of self-worth must be based entirely on his intellectual abilities, to the point of sticking his fingers in his ears and humming to drown out anything else.

This conversation may be the core motivation for Sherlock’s actions for rest of the series. All the emotion, all the sacrifice, all the wrestling inside Sherlock’s heart, the beating down the doors of his own life and then throwing it away again, is all because of this conversation. The impact of which John continues to radically underestimate.

These two are so far from being on the same page, I’m not sure they’re in the same library.

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