2. lyeekha:


    Well. That was one of the quickest character developments I’ve seen…

    Are you seriously telling me that all that villainous squinting and peering about is because he’s meant to be wearing glasses

    because that’s amazing

    (Source: angryblackman, via a-wild-andrew-appeared)

  3. madkingofheart:


    Subway ticket machine in Moscow accepts 30 squats as its payment.

    now if only they could squat their way the fuck out of the Ukraine

    (via dangledjangels)


  5. bible-jpg:

    i just realised jesus faked his death for more followers

    (via ashausen)

  6. (Source: uigan, via ashausen)


  8. "The difference between a Not Writer and a Writer is the difference between someone who *could* write and someone who *does*. A Not Writer is someone who experiences blocks and obstacles and timing issues and lets them prevent him or her from actually writing. A Not Writer may certainly be creative, insightful and capable of writing lyrical prose, but most of the time they’re too busy Not Writing to get any Writing done. That’s such a shame, such a waste, and that’s the reason I so often deploy Tough Love upon those who ask for advice."

    Alex Vance considers the problem of the Not-Writer, a fine addition to our ongoing archive on writing.  

    The daily routines of famous writers should leave little doubt that the single most important skill in writing is the art of showing up.

    (via explore-blog)

    (via becauseiwanttorunaway)

  9. (Source: ILAURENS, via the-gold-coast)

  10. tyleroakley:


    this is fucking crazy omfg


  12. instagram.com/p/mqHsKoluzH/#katieandacamera



    Marking the 450th Anniversary of William Shakespeare’s Birth

    For more photos from the sites of William’s Shakespeare life, explore the Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Globe Theater and Shakespeare’s Grave location pages.

    Every year at the end of April, a celebration of the life and works of the great playwright William Shakespeare takes place in the market town of Stratford-upon-Avon, England. Shakespeare was born there in 1564 and cultural celebrations in Stratford’s streets, with entertainers, street performers and traditional Morris dancers, go back hundreds of years.

    From his plays to his sonnets, Shakespeare’s extensive works have produced a legacy of characters, ideas, histories and, of course, words—it is thought he contributed more than 2,000 to the English language. His plays are a staple on many school curriculums, and continue to be reinterpreted on stage, rewritten in fiction and retold on screen.

    The man himself is still very much a mystery and few details exist about his private life. Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway with whom he bore three children, before relocating to London to pursue his acting and writing career. He died at the age of 52 on April 23, 1616—a date which fell very near to his birthday in the same month (the exact date is unknown).

    This year marks the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth and, on Saturday, a special procession will take place in Stratford, ending with celebrants laying flowers on Shakespeare’s grave in the Holy Trinity Church. The world-renowned Royal Shakespeare Company will also host a full program of shows.

    Happy birthday, Shakespeare! Read what the Globe Theater has in store to celebrate


  15. When I catch someone taking a picture of me when I wasn’t ready