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badcgijosh:

I have a really bad tendency to not remember to wish my friends for their birthday so here’s a video in which I wish every friend for every birthday

Is it your birthday? Will it be your birthday? Happy birthday. See, I’m a good friend

ZOMG! This was posted ON MY BIRTHDAY. And it was on MY 25TH BIRTHDAY ON THE 25TH OF AUGUST!

25!!

Thank you Josh! :3

doyoureadtolkien:

Harry Potter and the Game of Thrones (because my brain has this terrible urge to make connections between everything I like, have the Harry Potter characters sorted into the houses of Westeros xD I wanted to make this a gifset but have no idea how to make gifs, so have some doodles instead. yes I really have no life.)

Harry Potter as House Stark | the boy who was promised, a thing for honour and “saving people”, and a house of orphans destined for great things.
♣ Hermione Granger as House Martell | headstrong, intelligent and outspoken - there’s a reason Hermione was sorted into Gryffindor.
♣ The Weasleys as House Tully | a loyal family of redheads, seemingly rustic but can surprise you with their badassery.
♣ Neville Longbottom as House Tyrell | because Tyrell’s words are appropriate! although not as political, he’s a power that grows throughout the story, and the sigil fits Neville’s love of herbology.
♣ Luna Lovegood as House Arryn | an association with air and high places that fits Ravenclaw Tower; seen as detached and a bit kooky by others.
♣ The Malfoys as House Lannister | arrogant blondes loaded with old money that they use for political power… they are a close-knit family, in their own way (and Narcissa’s actions at the end are very much “a Lannister always pays her debts”)
Severus Snape as House Greyjoy | harsh and unforgiving; the house of Turncloaks and self-proclaimed Princes who make terrible life choices.
♣ Dolores Umbridge as House Bolton | creepy and manipulative; fond of pink and controlling their enemies by cutting them open.
 Fenrir Greyback as House Clegane |  the Mad Dog, or the Mountain That Bites… employed as a vicious bruiser by the other Houses.
♣ Voldemort as House Targaryen | ’madness and greatness are two sides of the same coin’; ambitious, ruthless and scarily powerful.

Sooo good! :D

cseresznyepite:

Will there ever be a rainbow? Old and new

Will there ever be a rainbow? :D

Charts are pretty great…


I repeat, tea doilies. Made of sugar.

Pretty amazing/ crazy (craymazing)…

I repeat, tea doilies. Made of sugar.

Pretty amazing/ crazy (craymazing)…

felicity-avenal:

Well that’s easy to remember.


Uh, Sir, why don’t you just use real cows?
Cows don’t look like cows on film. You gotta use horses.
What do you do if you want something that looks like a horse?
Ehh, usually we just tape a bunch of cats together.

Uh, Sir, why don’t you just use real cows?

Cows don’t look like cows on film. You gotta use horses.

What do you do if you want something that looks like a horse?

Ehh, usually we just tape a bunch of cats together.


You’ll receive a booklet with the most commonly asked questions you will hear including, “who are you?” and “what are you doing here?”.

You’ll receive a booklet with the most commonly asked questions you will hear including, “who are you?” and “what are you doing here?”.


Well, McGarnagle, Billy is DEAD! They slit his throat from ear to ear.
Hey, I’m trying to eat lunch here!

The best!

Well, McGarnagle, Billy is DEAD! They slit his throat from ear to ear.

Hey, I’m trying to eat lunch here!

The best!

Understanding the British Media
Humphry: The only way to understand the press is to realise they pander to their readers' prejudices
Hacker: Don't tell me about the press, I know exactly who reads the newspapers. The Daily Mirror is run by people who think they run the country. The Guardian is read by people who think they ought to run the country. The Times is read by people who actually do run the country. The Daily Mail is read bby the wives of the people who actually run the country. Financial Times is read by people who own the country. The Morning Star is read by people who think the country ought to be run by another country. And The Daily Telegraph is read by people who think it is.
Humphry: And, Prime Minister, what about people who read The Sun?
Bernard: Sun readers don't care who runs the country as long as she's got big tits.
(Yes, Prime Minister)