HELLO YES 999 I JSUT ATE A VERY MOULDY BLUEBERRY BY MISTAKE AND ID LIKE MY TONGUE REMOVED
999? You mean 911?
I think if I ordered an ambulance from America I’d be a little bit scuppered since I livE IN ENGLAND AND ITS AN AWFULLY LONG DRIVE
I thought 0118 999 881 999 119 725…3 was the number for emergency services?
9:43 am • 26 November 2013 • 121,106 notes
a happy couple might’ve got married today
someone might’ve kissed his best friend and realized they was gay today
someone might’ve found out they were officially cancer free today
someone might’ve finally finished their debut novel today
lots of interesting things might’ve happening today
we should celebrate
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10:02 pm • 19 November 2013 • 512,607 notes
This giveaway would not have happened without http://fysnny.storenvy.com/. Thank you to all of FYSNNY’s supporters.
Almost half way!
10 days left!!!
9:46 pm • 19 November 2013 • 3,553 notes
I am Lokitty, of Catgard, and I am burdened with glorious purrrpose.
This windowsill pleases me.
YOU GIVE UP THIS CATNIP DREAM! YOU COME HOME!
AND HE NEVER KNEW THAT HE WAS ADOPTED?!
I DO WHAT I WANT, THORGI!
9:30 am • 19 November 2013 • 174,365 notes
watching a new tv show after hearing about it on tumblr and then getting addicted to it
9:07 am • 17 November 2013 • 267,766 notes
Steven Rogers grew up a frail youth during the Great Depression. Honor was instilled in him, perhaps due to his Irish Catholic upbringing. Horrified by footage of Nazis ransacking Europe, Rogers tried to enlist in the army but was rejected. Overhearing the boy’s earnest plea to fight for his country, General Chester Phillips offered him the opportunity to take part in a secret performance-enhancing experiment called Operation Rebirth; he was taken to a lab where he was introduced to Abraham Erskine, creator of the super-soldier serum. After Rogers transformed into Captain America, a spy murdered Erskine minutes after the experiment’s conclusion. Erskine died without fully committing the formula to paper, leaving Rogers the sole beneficiary of his genius. Cap was seen as Marvel's greatest hero; he's a righteous man who always wanted to see the good in people. Even before he became a super-soldier, Rogers devoted himself to the protection of the weak. In spite of his virtues, however, he was plagued by his status as man out of time. Remembering his days in WW2, Rogers was worried that his idealism might be considered outdated in the modern world. Furthermore, seeing how idealized his legacy had become throughout the years, Cap sometimes believed he might be not be able to fulfill the image the world had of him. Regardless, he's seen as the pinnacle of heroism, an example for everyone to follow.
Captain America, by Matt Buck.
12:17 pm • 16 November 2013 • 216 notes
i was about to lose my v-card the other night when the guy asked “are you ready” and i answered ”aye aye captain!!!”. needless to say, i’m still a virgin
#if he didnt respond with ‘i cant hear you’ then he is not worth having sex with
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12:33 pm • 15 November 2013 • 126,240 notes
I think one of my favourite things about the Percy Jackson fandom is the unspoken, universal agreement to NEVER talk about the official artwork.
u talkin shit
fUCK IT’S BACK
At least they never made a live action movie from the books.
Wow yeah aren’t we all so glad that never happened. Dodged a bullet there.
12:21 pm • 15 November 2013 • 5,605 notes