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splend42:

unlockaflockofwords:

laughingacademy:

danfaust:

Alexander Siddig as Doctor Strange.
That’s it. That’s the hill I’m gonna die on. 

GIVE IT TO ME

Yesssssssss

He’d be an excellent Doctor Strange!

I pledge my life to this endeavour

splend42:

unlockaflockofwords:

laughingacademy:

danfaust:

Alexander Siddig as Doctor Strange.

That’s it. That’s the hill I’m gonna die on. 

GIVE IT TO ME

Yesssssssss

He’d be an excellent Doctor Strange!

I pledge my life to this endeavour

bigyiff94:

Horror movie idea: a succubus who picks up guys at bookstores by playing manic pixie dream girl. They go on a date and everything’s perfect. The entire movie is an indie rom com until they sleep together for the first time and she rips out his heart and eats it. The movie ends with her “accidentally bumping into” another guy at a bookstore. The cycle begins again

Is it wrong that I’d want there to be a sequel where she bumps into an incubus who’s doing exactly the same thing and then they live happily ever after?

GPOY

GPOY

twinkletwinkleyoulittlefuck:

cell-mate:

crackerhell:

ethanwearsprada:

i think it’s a universal truth that everyone in our generation takes pluto’s losing its planetary status as a personal offense

yes

pluto is smaller than russia. why did we ever even consider it a planet?

BECAUSE IT’S A PART OF OUR SOLAR SYSTEM

OHANA MEANS FAMILY

FAMILY MEANS NO ONE IS LEFT BEHIND

Imagine if someone came along and told you that your brother or sister was too small. So small in fact that they didn’t count as a person anymore.

HOW WOULD YOU REACT?!

nightvaleswimclub:

So, after much work and a long day of con going, I was finally able to put together a complete set of pics of my Secret Police cosplay!
I am really happy how this turned out ya’ll. And I even got to take a picture with Jeffrey Cranor!

This set also includes close ups of the patches and the tickets I gave out, both of which were designed by me and custom ordered. The tickets are on actual carbon paper! very neat.

Overall, I am super super happy to finally wear this. It was just a ton of fun.

sootonthecarpet:

what if instead of a same gender detective partnership who keep getting mistaken for a romantic couple, you had a same gender romantic couple who keep getting mistaken for detectives
‘hello, I’m sam darling, and this is my partner gregory hitch’ ‘AH YES THE PRIVATE DETECTIVES’ ‘what??? no we just came for some ice cream why is there police tape everywhere’

Oh wise and educated necromancers, I come to you for advice! I long to shed this inconvenient mortal coil, and become a lich, but as a divine caster, I keep running into necessary arcane spells that I can't cast! Do you know of any wizard services that are willing to do surrogate spell casting, or perhaps an alternate path to lichdom? Thanks, and may the dark ones bless you!

necromanswers:

In situations like this, you could definitely do worse than hiring a down on his luck necromancer. We’ve talked about this before, but only from the point of view of the freelance necromancer. For one reason or another, there are necromancers out there who haven’t had the same opportunities as you and me. Left without a black tower or arcane library, these necromancers have learned their craft on the streets.

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Your average street necromancer will be a little rough around the edges. His incantations could sound a little strange, but they always get the job done. His glyphs and sigils might look a touch sloppy, maybe he doesn’t read so well, but he has a broad working knowledge of the dark arts and frankly… he’s not expensive.

It shouldn’t be too hard to come to an arrangement with one of these freelance necromancers. They’ll ferry your immortal soul to a phylactery and ensure that your body is in decent condition for your lengthy old age.

So don’t fear the street necromancer’s strange trappings and cobbled-together arcana, nor the fact that he wears his phylactery on a heavy chain around his neck. On the street, you don’t have the luxury of a well maintained dungeon to keep your treasures in. You make do.

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On Poverty

paullicino:

I have never owned a table.

Sure, the place I live in has a table. It’s a glass table and it’s considerably better than the slightly wobbly wooden table in the previous place I lived in but, being glass, I’m perpetually terrified it will break and then I’ll have to pay for it. Then I’ll have paid for a table and still never have actually owned one.

I couldn’t tell you how much a table costs, but I did buy the cheapest and most basic desk for £50 once. I have a feeling I’d be charged a lot more than that if this table broke.

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This is very important. Society is broken and the people with the power to fix it don’t seem to care.

invaderxan:

Hallucinogenic video

Why is the world melting? Guys? GUYS?!