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vanconcastiel:

neven-ebrez:

disastergeek:

bilesandthesourwolf:

Osric is a gift and I’m still upset about Kevin.

We’re all still upset about Kevin.

"Booo from the grave"  OMG…

Osric Chau, ladies and gentlemen.

  
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"I met my wife at a Star Trek convention. She was study abroad from France and spoke little English, and I didn’t know a lick of French. So, for the first few months of our relationship, we communicated by speaking Klingon."
  
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darlinghogwarts:

UH GUYS? x

  
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hughsdancys:

red wedding: NOOOO

purple wedding: YOOOOO

  
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coachela:

my shirt makes me so happy

coachela:

my shirt makes me so happy

clothing  
  
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aatroxop:

toastradamus:

shipping is disgusting you should all be ashamed of yourselves

image

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wnderlst:

Total Lunar Eclipse (April 15, 2014) | Matthew Crowley

wnderlst:

Total Lunar Eclipse (April 15, 2014) | Matthew Crowley
  
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bigbootybitch420:

bueno:

is this breaking bad

jesse looks so young in the first season aw

brba  mitm  omfgg  
  
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videogrrl:

dont ask me about sexuality ur not gonna get a straight answer

  
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cj-today:

MTV to debut a new show about two girls who pretend to be lesbians to gain popularity in a new school but things get complicated when one begins to fall for the other.
At first glace this seems kind of offensive. Gay for pay anyone? But its really not like that. This show is about how acceptance is becoming the new norm in many places while at the same time showing common struggles LGBT youth face on a daily basis; coming to terms with yourself, falling for a straight person, etc. This show also moves to replace lesbian stereotypes and provide us with the media coverage we so desperately search for on a larger scale. With an LGBT couple (or at least character) being the main focus of the show, I can honestly say I haven’t seen anything like it since South of Nowhere on The N in 2008. I cant say much until it actually airs on April 22nd, but it looks like this could be a real step forward and should not be immediately dismissed. Please lesbians, give it a chance, I know I will be :)
if you need more information on this new breakthrough show, here’s the link to the MTV trailer and the buzzfeed coverage :)

cj-today:

MTV to debut a new show about two girls who pretend to be lesbians to gain popularity in a new school but things get complicated when one begins to fall for the other.

At first glace this seems kind of offensive. Gay for pay anyone? But its really not like that. This show is about how acceptance is becoming the new norm in many places while at the same time showing common struggles LGBT youth face on a daily basis; coming to terms with yourself, falling for a straight person, etc. This show also moves to replace lesbian stereotypes and provide us with the media coverage we so desperately search for on a larger scale. With an LGBT couple (or at least character) being the main focus of the show, I can honestly say I haven’t seen anything like it since South of Nowhere on The N in 2008. I cant say much until it actually airs on April 22nd, but it looks like this could be a real step forward and should not be immediately dismissed. Please lesbians, give it a chance, I know I will be :)

if you need more information on this new breakthrough show, here’s the link to the MTV trailer and the buzzfeed coverage :)

lgbtq  hmm