Sometimes I wonder how many people are theatre...
ancestryinprogress: whatshouldtheatrecallme: everdeen13: Reblog if you enjoy theatre. Any musical. Any straight play. If there is a single one you like, reblog. Exhibit A: Bitches love theatre. I rest my case. Court adjourned.
A Strange Ambition
Well, since I’ve seen Battle Royale at Otakon on Saturday, I’ve decided to accept a rather ambitious project… Writing a successful, believable Kiriyama/OC fanfic. Challenging? Yes. It can be. Keeping Kiriyama from the film as a sociopath while trying to write a ‘romance’. It will not even end on happy note. The events of the movie will unfold in a normal way. ...
E.F.F.K.: IMPORTANT ALERT →
iwannarockwithyouuu: thankyoufortheparty: It’s come to my attention that Paris is tweeting to this twitter account at the moment: https://twitter.com/Edgar_poe7 And says she has spoken with this person on skype several times, and is in fact friends with them. This person has…
”Harvard has 691 acres in three campuses. The Vatican has 110 acres. So Harvard...– Rev. Richard T. Simon (via catholic-inspiration)
I guess I'm old fashioned
thecrazyfilipino: - i think relationships should be taken seriously - manners are always attractive - caring about grades is attractive too - chivalry is a plus - saying “please” and “thank you” will blow my mind
What I said: I'm Christian.
What You think I said: I hate gays I'm going to shove my religion down your throat you are all sinners I'm such a better person than you "Holier Than Thou" did I mention how I hated gays? You're all going to die as bad people while I stay saintly.
What I meant: I love God and I try to be a good person as best as I can. I don't hate you because you're all my brothers and sisters. I love Jesus and that is why I choose to follow Him. Jesus loves me and I know that He loves you too.
What Is "Old Book Smell"?
grueka: vercingetrix: victusinveritas: mentalflossr: “A combination of grassy notes with a tang of acids and a hint of vanilla over an underlying mustiness” is how an international team of chemists describes the unique odor of old books in a study. Poetic, sure, but what exactly causes it? One of the best smells there is. Aside from all the other wonderful smells out there that top it....