bird of my tongue



In which Lizzie is not impressed.

Fitzwilliam Darcy’s inner struggles: 33/?

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Does anyone remember whether LBD Caroline had an updated version of the scene in P&P where she warns Elizabeth about George Wickham? idk I just think it’s an interesting moment of characterisation and I can’t remember whether it was in the LBD



Frozen meets “Defying Gravity”

The execution of this is so flawless, it took my breath away.

oh my god, actual tears are pouring out of my face right now, I am so completely overwhelmed

the editing, the editing, jfc, it’s seamless and incredible and I have no words. absolutely none.

*Wheezes* I think I legitimately stopped breathing for the majority of this. I was absolutely awestruck. 


#shit talking in an intelligent manner.

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Apr 4

1x07 / 1x16

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Apr 3

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original, requested by ever-easily-amused


You do care. You care so much you feel as though you will bleed to death with the pain of it.

- J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (via frenchcourt)

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"When I see this, I see Lydia looking at Malia, the new girl being shown the school, and remembering a certain other new girl on her first day. I see her remembering the first time she saw Allison in the corridor, the first time she talked to her, about a jacket of all things! How trivial that must seem now. How Lydia shallowly proclaimed Allison to be her ‘New Best Friend’, as though she had any idea what it meant to have a best friend. A real one. Someone that wasn’t just a best friend, but a sister. Someone who she went through fire with, someone who was her sister in arms. Someone who held her hand as she went to a loft to meet the man who attacked her before she knew any of this. The same man who had killed Allison’s aunt in front of her very eyes. Yet despite that, The Hunter and The Banshee stood together. That’s what a best friend does. That’s what one is. So no, I don’t see that smile as someone who is getting over the death of someone that was a part of her in ways no one else ever had been before or likely ever would be again. I see it as her picturing the nervous, happy, dimpled young girl who walked that same hall on her very first day.” SOURCE

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