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fine-fair-things:

clarafiers:

malcolmislemondifficult:

capaldiconfessions this seems up your guys’s alley. Lol

oh jesus does he actually wander.

someone needs to put a bell on him.

what i wanna know is, did he just… put off coming back to the set for a while in hopes that he would dry off and wouldn’t have to explain why he was suddenly soaking wet and that’s why he was late back???

who just pushes a big red button you are a who fan sir and playing the doctor you know you should watch out for big red buttons

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source: badwolfsf

thisisbandofoutsiders:

Rashida Jones in Band of Outsiders Resort look.

Marie Claire, November issue. 


Kaya Scodelario - The Guardian - September 2014Photographed by Jon Gorrigan

Kaya Scodelario - The Guardian - September 2014
Photographed by Jon Gorrigan

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fit-state-of-mind:

tillyouandiseethesun:

this isn’t even a problem

This is how I envision hogwarts homework being done

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source: huffingtonpost

fallontonight:

"I’ve sort of been thinking - correct me if I’m wrong - but most of the stuff Britain has won gold medals in over the last few years have involved sitting down; sailing, rowing, cycling. We did at Sochi, the skeleton where she’s lying down - it’s even better! You know, I don’t like to lie down at that speed, but I can lie there and reflect on the idea that…”

Colin Firth supports achieving greatness from a seated position! 

(Source: theworldofcinema)

everyframeapainting:

Edgar Wright - How to Do Visual Comedy
Because he’s just better than everyone else.

(Note: This got way bigger than I ever expected it to get.)

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 I received tons of racism. I’ve been beat up twice because of it and called every bad name in the book that you can think of that you can call an Asian person. I was pretty uncomfortable with the fact that I was Asian for so long. I felt it was such a negative thing because of the way people treated me. Luckily, I went to a university that was really diverse and I think my college years is when I started understand that it’s pretty awesome to be Asian American and it’s not really a bad thing to be a minority. I actually felt really empowered and that there were more advantages to being a minority, if that makes sense. Like, I’m 100 percent fluent in two languages. I understand so many more people and cultures because of the fact that I did grow up differently.

I received tons of racism. I’ve been beat up twice because of it and called every bad name in the book that you can think of that you can call an Asian person. I was pretty uncomfortable with the fact that I was Asian for so long. I felt it was such a negative thing because of the way people treated me. Luckily, I went to a university that was really diverse and I think my college years is when I started understand that it’s pretty awesome to be Asian American and it’s not really a bad thing to be a minority. I actually felt really empowered and that there were more advantages to being a minority, if that makes sense. Like, I’m 100 percent fluent in two languages. I understand so many more people and cultures because of the fact that I did grow up differently.

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source: stydiar