Don't be a coconut, God is trying to talk to You.
{Maybe you should try plan "D" for dumbass}

"I'm seventeen and I'm crazy. My uncle says the two always go together. When people ask your age, he said, always say seventeen and insane."

{ French Unicorn, posting mostly Channel 4 UTOPIA, music and tv shows. My english is the worst thing that you will ever see.}

A great fire burns within me, but no one stops to warm themselves at it, and passers-by only see a wisp of smoke.

This company makes a whole line of colors with equally snappy names. Red Menace, Yellow Fever, Green Revolution. That’d be a job, coming up with those names… Someone’s got that job… Agent Orange! I came up with that one.

"I watch like Matt from Arctic Monkeys play [the drums] and I just feel embarrassed because I can’t like … do stuff." - Patrick Carney (x)


Aemon Targaryen and his lover I really don’t know how to call her, sorry
"We could spend all night trading tales of lost loves."

Inspired by S04E09

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U2 | Moment of surrender

At the moment of surrender
I folded to my knees
I did not notice the passers by 
And they did not notice me

greendale seven appreciation week(s): day seven
free choice: pop culture references


Game of Politics: It’s 2014 and Robert Baratheon is Prime Minister of Westeros.

Gabriel Macht as Garlan Tyrell, Jamie Dornan as Willas Tyrell, Dylan O’Brien as Loras Tyrell and Emmy Rossum as Margaery Tyrell.

Go with your gut every single time. It’s never, ever wrong. Even if feels like everybody else is telling you that you need to do this, or do that. Your gut is your artist, and who you are as a person. Never try to be something you’re not.

get to know me meme: [3/5] actresses - Tatiana Maslany


i think jamie doesnt talk much because last time he talked they ended up naming the band arctic monkeys


I make videos about how awkward I am and people laugh at me.’ (Phil version)

Utopia 1/8 watercolor posters {season 2} : Jessica Hyde
Utopia 1/8 watercolor posters {season 2} : Jessica Hyde

Prague, The Czech Republic (by John & Tina Reid)