The roads I've traveled in my life have made me who i am. Who am i you might ask? The names Brett, I'm 16 and live in the states. I am a big fan of Doctor Who, Sherlock, Supernatural, and a few more great shows. I love to read so if you have any books that you think i might like tell me about them.
DFTBA

 

demiboyjavert:

agender javert tho

"so are you a boy or a girl??"
“no no no, i am the law”

slytherinvevo:

do u think harry bought a miniature broom for teddy’s first birthday just like sirius did for him

do u think there just as many baby photos of teddy lupin in the potter house as there are of james, albus and lily 

do u think harry potter was the best godfather to ever godfather 

katieclarkes:

Every day, dozens, even hundreds of neglected playbills go without loving homes. On the floors of Broadway theatres they lie unwanted, untouched, calling out to you for help. Assist the cause by pickING THEM UP AND SENDING THEM TO ME;

(Source: victoriaclarks)

squarecutorpearshape:

breatheinthefire:

squarecutorpearshape:

If The Phantom and Christine is your idea of a couple then we need to talk

Why

Because The Phantom manipulated a young girl into a mental and sexual hold under the guise of her dead father while killing several people in the process and almost killed the guy she was in love with honestly have you seen the show

"It’s been life-changing. From the mad things you do while making it, to the experiences you get from traveling around the world promoting it. The Americans love it, which is fabulous. I love that it’s so quintessentially British, yet so globally huge. The scene of me on the back of a motorbike with The Doctor, driving past Big Ben - I’ve never felt more British in my life!" — Jenna Coleman for Glamour UK (June 2014) [x]

(Source: stormborns)

fishingboatproceeds:

hermionejg:

(xposted from twitter because reasons)
Three years today since my dad died. Shame he never knew me as an adult (I was 19) because I’m a bloody great one. He died of a sudden, out-of-nowhere stroke while I was at VidCon and he was at home in London. He was out of it straight after but still kind of there and then he died a couple of days later. 1 in 5 strokes are fatal & annually, worldwide, approx 15 million people have a stroke. To help work towards making these statistics less depressing, read up on The Stroke Association here: http://www.stroke.org.uk

Rosianna is a bloody good adult.
Rosianna was one of the first readers of Looking for Alaska, has been a nerdfighter since the very first vlogbrothers video was uploaded, and now works as my assistant (although that job title rather underplays her importance to me and to the nerdfighter community).
Three years ago today, she became the first teenager ever to read The Fault in Our Stars. Her dad had just died, and she was stuck at Vidcon. I never imagined then that she would become such a bloody good adult, or that she’d become such a close friend and collaborator.
But I have always known Rosianna to be a person of excellent judgement, blistering intelligence, and great competence. And while I know that her dad would have so much to be proud of today, he had much to be proud of then as well.

fishingboatproceeds:

hermionejg:

(xposted from twitter because reasons)

Three years today since my dad died. Shame he never knew me as an adult (I was 19) because I’m a bloody great one. He died of a sudden, out-of-nowhere stroke while I was at VidCon and he was at home in London. He was out of it straight after but still kind of there and then he died a couple of days later. 1 in 5 strokes are fatal & annually, worldwide, approx 15 million people have a stroke. To help work towards making these statistics less depressing, read up on The Stroke Association here: http://www.stroke.org.uk

Rosianna is a bloody good adult.

Rosianna was one of the first readers of Looking for Alaska, has been a nerdfighter since the very first vlogbrothers video was uploaded, and now works as my assistant (although that job title rather underplays her importance to me and to the nerdfighter community).

Three years ago today, she became the first teenager ever to read The Fault in Our Stars. Her dad had just died, and she was stuck at Vidcon. I never imagined then that she would become such a bloody good adult, or that she’d become such a close friend and collaborator.

But I have always known Rosianna to be a person of excellent judgement, blistering intelligence, and great competence. And while I know that her dad would have so much to be proud of today, he had much to be proud of then as well.

rachreilly:

when someone tries to spill the truth tea but you’re not ready to be scalded

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