“If you want to kill yourself, kill what you don’t like. I had an old self that I killed. You can kill yourself too, but that doesn’t mean you got to stop living.”

- Vargus, Archie’s Final Project (via mlinzaga)

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Things you didn’t know about Brave (by Oh My Disney)

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karloaf:

askthegeneraless:

sushi-prince:

Wow okay.
Tumblr doesn’t send anymore asks if you send a “.” and a letter or word without a space right after it.

Example: H…hello (doesn’t send it) - H… hello (will send it)

It says it sends the ask but it doesn’t. My gf and I were trying since 2 days now and we just found out what the problem was.
Pass it on.

This explains SO MUCH GRRGHH

the shitty system thinks its a url thats why

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sickofmyownvoice:

bagelbrother:

i think your sister knows how to turn the FCK UP


Who needs a club?

sickofmyownvoice:

bagelbrother:

i think your sister knows how to turn the FCK UP

Who needs a club?

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sdzoo:

Have you seen our new security monitor yet?

sdzoo:

Have you seen our new security monitor yet?

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scishow:

ri-science:

10 ways to get children thinking about science while they play from series 1 of ExpeRimental

You can watch the full videos and download worksheets and certificates for all of these activities on the ExpeRimental website.

By simply asking lots of questions and encouraging children to look closely at the world around them, you can introduce them to the wonderful world of science.

Curiosity! Kids are full of the stuff, and with a little direction, you can turn that enthusiasm into great learning experiences.

“My anaconda! DON’T!!!!”

- Voldemort (via gunpowderandspark)

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vintage-kisses:

This photo is of my town, it’s in quite a poor part and when I passed it on the bus I really realised how true it is

vintage-kisses:

This photo is of my town, it’s in quite a poor part and when I passed it on the bus I really realised how true it is

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maggie-stiefvater:

disneytrivia:

In The Sword in the Stone, Arthur was voiced by three different boys - Rickie Sorensen, Richard Reitherman and Robert Reitherman. The changes in voice are very noticeable in the film because of the way Arthur’s voice keeps going from broken to unbroken, sometimes in the same scene. One of the easiest noticed is in the last scene in the throne room when Arthur asks in his ‘changed voice’, “Oh, Archimedes, I wish Merlin was here!” Then, the camera cuts farther back and Arthur shouts in his ‘unchanged voice’, “Merlin! Merlin!”

oh this is also how many voices arthur has in TRC

maggie-stiefvater:

disneytrivia:

In The Sword in the Stone, Arthur was voiced by three different boys - Rickie Sorensen, Richard Reitherman and Robert Reitherman. The changes in voice are very noticeable in the film because of the way Arthur’s voice keeps going from broken to unbroken, sometimes in the same scene. One of the easiest noticed is in the last scene in the throne room when Arthur asks in his ‘changed voice’, “Oh, Archimedes, I wish Merlin was here!” Then, the camera cuts farther back and Arthur shouts in his ‘unchanged voice’, “Merlin! Merlin!”

oh this is also how many voices arthur has in TRC

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