Hello! I'm georgia, 17, nerdfighter and fellow new zealander. my passions include pizza and dean winchester and my blog is exactly what you'd expect. though sometimes if you're lucky i will crack a joke that may possibly make a few of you laugh. i don't think theres much else to explain. enjoy.

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kingcheddarxvii:

gaypee:

slimydad:

I can not stop watching this

this video has disrupted my entire day

im going to queue this forever

this is the last thing u see before u die

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anondracomalfoy:

bless you if you can admit your favorite character has flaws.


zenstiel-the-chill-angel:

danikaftw:

protodan:

casspeach:

uberniftacular:

batmanisagatewaydrug:

We really need to talk about this scene a lot, because holy wow. The MCU movies have definitely been getting a little darker since the Avengers, but scenes like this? This is pure optimism. Tony is told he can save 4 out of 13, and then he saves all 13 of them anyway, because these people can work together and help Tony save them. 

If a similar scenario had happened in the Dark Knight Saga or Man of Steel, you know damn well 9 out of those 13 people would have been dead. Hell, Bruce or Clark would have been lucky to even save the 4, because DC movies have gone down a route of unrelenting grtty realism that makes good old super heroics virtually impossible. Bruce can’t save the city without faking his own death; Clark can’t save the world without becoming a murderer.

But even in the darkest hours of the Marvel Universe, Tony Stark can damn well save 13 people plummeting to their certain death. Is it realistic? Hell no. But it was an awesome victory that both Tony and the audience needed at this point in the story, and by god it was heroic.

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Reblogging for those tags. Because yes. Heroic is doing the right thing because it’s the right thing, even when it’s impossibly hard.

This is one of my favorite scenes ever in the entire MCU and it’s because of the work that went into creating this scene. It was not just a shitload of CGI. They got the Red Bull skydiving team to do this insane jump. Their parachutes were built into these costumes that they wore which made them look like normal people who’d just been on the plane.

The making-of for this scene blew my fucking mind.

http://youtu.be/pyYOirZ30Is

But yeah. All of the above is cool to think about, too. I just like the scene!

Also they gave a realistic explanation to fall back on which was pretty awesome too

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Anonymous asked:
"I have this really strong headcannon where Dean really wants to be a father, deep in his bones. But just like Bobby he thinks he'd make a bad one. He looks at Sammy and he thinks Sam hates him and he thinks he isn't worthy to be a dad but by god he so badly wants to be a father"

i hate it but i love it


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marauduhs:

"George," said Fred, "I think we’ve outgrown a full-time education."

"Yeah, I’ve been feeling that way myself," said George lightly.

"Time to test our talents in the real world, d’you reckon?" asked Fred.

"Definitely," said George.



"I long so much to make beautiful things. But beautiful things require effort and disappointment and perseverance."
Vincent van Gogh

"I long so much to make beautiful things. But beautiful things require effort and disappointment and perseverance."

Vincent van Gogh

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favorite people: Chris Evans
”I decided to make ‘Captain America’ because I realized I wasn’t doing the film because it terrified me. You can’t make decisions based on fear.”


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methlabrador:

a dude at the gym just reached in his bag, pulled out a bottle of Hershey’s chocolate syrup, smiled & shook his head like that’s just something that happens to people, put it back and then pulled out a bottle of water instead

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