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modern-hiccup:

Me and my sibling can go from

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#MY LIFE

on a scale from disney to dreamworks what’s your sibling relationship

MARVEL

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dreamofflight:

letslivelikejackandsally:

we’re all getting arrested for this

I have to believe the President would die laughing at these.

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theultimateginger:

artbylexie:

twowhovianhearts:

fishtwigz:

History according to Tumblr.

I’M CRYING I’M IN HYSTERICS I DON’T THINK I’LL EVER RECOVER THIS MEANS I CANNOT GO TO COLLEGE ON WEDNESDAY THANK YOU

Putting this on my main blog because I know everyone loves history as much as I do and needs to laugh.

I think this just gets funnier every time I see it.

jensensackles:

The Newlywed Game by Captain_Loki

Stiles is (still) single when the pack’s getaway to the Caribbean comes by (oh misplaced optimism); lucky for him Derek is committed to being uncommitted and even after all these years is still powerless against Stiles’ unique forms of persuasion.

Cue a romantic getaway for two: sun, sand, and sarcasm abound…and the two roped into competing in the Resort’s version of the Newlywed game. Only it’s completely obvious it’s going to end in disaster. Probably homicide.

Most probably homicide.

Plot twist: It doesn’t.

“Dude, I want my whole vacation paid for,” Stiles argues, the next night, an hour before they have to leave for the beach, waving at the informational poster in his hand.

“I’ll pay for the damn trip,” Derek argues, snatching the paper away from him. Stiles huffs in annoyance. “What part of this sounds like a good plan Stiles?” Derek asks, incredulous. “There’s no way in hell we could ever actually win!”

“Then what’s there to lose!” Stiles shouts. “It’s not like it could hurt to try!”

“I’m pretty sure that’s just a serious lack of imagination on your part,” Derek reasons.

“C’mon you’ve nearly died like eight times, this isn’t even a thing that registers on the Derek Hale scale ‘o man pain,” Stiles snaps.

“I don’t know,” Derek grumbles, “pretending to be in a relationship with you seems a decent form of torture,” he sighs. Stiles’ face crumples into an angry pout and he crosses his arms over his chest.

“You are a sizeable jackass, and when we win the reimbursement I’m sharing none of it with you. I’m spending it all on Reese’s and porn subscriptions,” Stiles hisses, pushing a laughing Derek out of the way in his attempt to get to the bathroom to get ready.

Throughout history man has externalized his bestial nature, finding a scapegoat upon which he could heap his sins and whose sacrificial death would be his atonement. He has put his sins of greed, lust, and deception on the wolf and put the wolf to death - in literature, in folklore, and in real life.

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"Of Wolves and Men", Barry Lopez, 1978 (via wolveswolves)

This is one of my favorite books, and if you’re interested at all in the place of wolves in the human consciousness, in our folklore and culture, and how our history with them shapes our current policies toward them, you should read this book. It’s fascinating from beginning to end.

I also love this because it reflects something I’ve been thinking about a lot in terms of Teen Wolf and other werewolf-centric media and the way we characterize and view characters who are in some ways more bestial than we think of your average human being, just by virtue of what they are. There’s a lot of fiction — both published stuff and fan fiction — where we explore some of the more visceral drives and emotions, where werewolf characters are aggressive, jealous, possessive, forceful, animalistic in so many ways. We give them strictly regimented hierarchies (like Alpha, Beta, and Omega, and the way they’re almost treated like military ranks, complete with meaningful eye colors). We portray them having bloody, vicious struggles for power with one another. Some of that is based off of old, faulty science (in this video L. David Mech talks about why the alpha/beta/omega structure we think of is incorrect), and some of it’s down to a long human history of having a very adversarial opinion of animals, especially large predators with whom we’ve directly competed for resources. Some of it’s just because we like exploring those parts of ourselves as reflected in our own folk stories. (And I hope we’ll keep exploring it all because this entire concept comes with some great tropes.) But when you look at the behavior of actual wolves, and our current understanding of things like their pack dynamics, their actual courtship behaviors, their social behaviors, you start to understand that all the traits we think of as making our werewolf characters very animalistic are actually not very wolf-like at all. Like maybe if you’ve got human impulses and wolf impulses all wrapped into a single package, maybe they amplify each other, but all those traits we call the wolf’s are instead very human, after all. (via agentotter)

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Dylan O’Brien at the MTV Movie Awards 2014 (x)

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condensation

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http://anderstilinski.tumblr.com/post/83072876429/jakeenglish-hi-folks-i-really-hate-to-do-this

jakeenglish:

Hi folks. I really hate to do this but im at a loss at this point.

In laymans terms: i cant afford to live. Please go to the link if you want a more extensive explanation.

I moved to toronto to escape the abuse i was experiencing at home and to acquire safety as a trans…

gabrielalauren:


This is a seal with hiccups.  
You’re welcome.

hahahaha awh

gabrielalauren:

This is a seal with hiccups.  

You’re welcome.

hahahaha awh

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