Do What I do. Hold tight and pretend it's a plan.
Lisa. 22. Oregon. Part time Fangirl.

SOME of my fandoms:
-Doctor Who
-The Walking Dead
-Harry Potter
-The Avengers
-Criminal Minds
-True Blood

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The Science of Deduction




Republicans are scary but republicans under the age of 20 are even scarier

Yeah liberals are terrified of educated youth

did your dad tell you that

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this will never not be funny

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willy wonka and I are one

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Rooster Teeth + Some of my favorite minecraft quotes

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I just want Tumblr to know that I have never, not once, wanted to reblog a text post as a link.

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Petition for all the Marvel actors to agree that whenever Scarlett gets a blatantly sexist question one of the Chrises just takes it instead.

You have my signature.


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dont become friends with me, ill seem really cool at first but im actually really annoying and i cry alot

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pros of the tfios movie: good casting, true to the story, got the intended point across, made me laugh, made me cry
cons of the tfios movie: did not include the line "hump the moist cave wall"
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Monstrous Murder Mystery by mechanicalrobotpower and scottishjen is up for scoring in our Plain White T’s design challenge!

We’ve asked artists to get creative with UV and glow-in-the-dark inks for this challenge, and there are some really exciting submissions up for scoring! Check ‘em out!



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fucking layering man

Fuck! Tag your porn brah!

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So today this family came into the restaurant and I while I was serving them, their son saw my Iron Man and Captain America charms and said ‘Avengers! I love the Avengers!’ I smiled and asked who his favorite was, and he said “Iron Man!’ with such a conviction that I wanted to melt.

And then I noticed his hearing aids, and got excited. “Hey, you know Hawkeye’s just like you, right? He has the same hearing aids!” And I swear to god the whole family just stopped.

As I explained that in the comics, there’s a Hawkeye that’s Deaf, you could see the little boy’s eyes just grow. His dad was so excited, he said he was go find all the issues for the kids. And as I served them, I overheard their mom explaining that when one sense goes, the others get stronger, and that maybe their brother would be a super hero one day.

If there was ever a reason to include diversity, it is for the look on a child’s face knowing they’re not alone.


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