Did you have a cigarette at minute 58 of today’s episode? Because I sure wanted to. - Be still my Scrubs lovin’ heart!
But 11 is over 1200 years old :U
John Barrowman is the only one on the train.
John Barrowman is a twelve year old.
always reblog 12 yr old Barrowman
and i am dead
In the light
In the dark.
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Give away end on New Years!
Surprisingly, perfectionists are often procrastinators, as they can tend to think “I don’t have the right skills or resources to do this perfectly now, so I won’t do it at all.”
i love how in the third gif you can see the exact moment when its not Sam anymore it is obviously Jared.
You can see them break character for half a second it’s fucking adorable
Jensen nodding to keep filming
movies that don’t have music playing in the background a majority of the time feel so awkward and uncomfortable
maybe this is why life is awkward and uncomfortable a majority of the time
there’s no background music
We watch too much tv
petition for jennifer lawrence and emma stone to co-star in a movie as lesbian zombie hunters
28 thousand notes, somebody call hollywood
Over 60,000 hey is that Hollywood I hear?
Yes, this is hollywood
pro tip: in a zombie apocalypse, your first stop shouldn’t be a guns shop, it should be a hardware store. not only are they stocked with enough caustic materials and sharp weaponry to make your head spin, they usually also have camping and survival gear as well as food. and most are windowless and easy to defend. just saying.
pro tip 2: Buy the shark mail that divers use. If a shark can’t bite through it, neither can a zombie
“do your homework”
“clean your room”
“hang out with your friends”
“Stop posting this gif every week”
i wonder how many 11 year olds are getting iphones this christmas
can we please talk about this
# 1998 is a hard year for jackie # even working two jobs money is tight # (especially with rose’s gymnastic lessons # but rose loves them and jackie will sell her own kidneys to ensure she can keep attending) # and christmas is just around the corner # she looks over her books and feels ill: # she simply can’t afford to get rose any proper gift this year # and it breaks her heart # because rose is so excited # she loves christmas # keeps saying how she hopes it’ll snow this year # proper like # and christmas eve jackie is up late # worrying and hating how disappointed rose is gonna be come morning # when she wakes up to see the floor is almost empty beneath the tree # and that’s when there’s a knock at the door # she opens it # (with a baseball bat at the ready - it’s late on the estate after all) # and there’s no one there # just a red child-sized bike # with a note attached # 'she's gonna be fantastic' it reads in messy loopy handwriting # 'merry christmas' # and normally she’d be worried about weirdos and stalkers but tonight # tonight it’s christmas eve and jackie tyler knows when not to look a gift horse in the mouth # so she hauls it inside quiet as she can # and the next morning when she’s awoken by the sound of rose crashing her new bike # into the hallway mirror # shrieking in delight the entire time # she takes a moment to say a silent thank you (via)
and now I’m crying