vortisaurus:

i would like to present to you the delightful mental image of jaeger pilots crossing their fingers that there is not a kaiju attack anytime in the next week, because otherwise they’ll have to sync up to achieve a neural handshake and their drift partner will probably find out what they’re getting for their birthday

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jumpingjacktrash:

dharmagun:

medieval:

Completely out of context crop of the week.
14th c.
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it’s a serfboard.

get out.

jumpingjacktrash:

dharmagun:

medieval:

Completely out of context crop of the week.

14th c.

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it’s a serfboard.

get out.

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period drama + goodbyes
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"You will always be fond of me. I represent to you all the sins you never had the courage to commit."

— Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray (via gnastly)

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doktorgirlfriend:

professorthorgi:

  • Variety reported that Robert Downy Junior would appear in Captain America 3 as Iron Man, and that he had been scheduled for a small part but them bumped up his on screen time and would be receiving 40 million dollars for the part.
  • They then went on…

sherlock-holmes-on-homes:

if u haven’t seen classic star trek you should bc it’s so cheesy that it’s beautiful i meanimage

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"[The] average daydream is about fourteen seconds long and [we] have about two thousand of them per day. In other words, we spend about half of our waking hours — one-third of our lives on earth — spinning fantasies."

The Storytelling Animal – the science of how we came to live and breathe stories.   (via mercurieux)

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"There is never a single, orthodox version of a myth. As our circumstances change, we need to tell our stories differently in order to bring out their timeless truth. In this short history of mythology, we shall see that every time men and women took a major step forward, they reviewed their mythology and made it speak to the new conditions. But we shall also see that human nature does not change much, and that many of these myths, devised in societies that could not be more different from our own, still address our most essential fears and desires."

“What is a Myth?”
A Short History of Myth, Karen Armstrong (via mothermetroid)

#‘There is never a single orthodox version of a myth’ might be the very most important thing to ever remember about mythology (via manticoreimaginary)

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Tags: myth things

"

Yet without chaos and confusion there would be no order; without the heavy, thunderous storms there would be no good weather; without the desert and foreign lands there would be no Egypt.

Set was a counterbalance to the ‘good’ side of the Egyptian universe, helping to keep everything in balance.

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Tags: egypt things


Time, to me, forever brings a loss of innocence. As you go through time, you are bound to look back with hindsight; you begin to reminisce about things that you dreamed about doing but didn’t get to do, you begin to wonder what would have happened on that particular day if you had taken a different turn on the road. You have no answer for sure, but you are distressed by the possible outcome of things you didn’t do. You cannot help but regret.Wong Kar-Wai
Time, to me, forever brings a loss of innocence. As you go through time, you are bound to look back with hindsight; you begin to reminisce about things that you dreamed about doing but didn’t get to do, you begin to wonder what would have happened on that particular day if you had taken a different turn on the road. You have no answer for sure, but you are distressed by the possible outcome of things you didn’t do. You cannot help but regret.
Wong Kar-Wai

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theclashofqueens:

"Do I need to make you swear an oath before a tree?"

"No." Was that a jape? With Stannis, it was hard to tell.

Stannis + Sass

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cooldadoropher:

Know thou first,

I loved the maid I married; never man

Sigh’d truer breath; but that I see thee here,

Thou noble thing! more dances my rapt heart

Than when I first my wedded mistress saw

Bestride my threshold.

{Coriolanus act IV Scene V}

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