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wesleystattoo:

Dylan O’brien with TMR Cast at The Apple Store in London (August, 20)

exterminatethefuckinghumanrace:

Gordon Ramsay is me.

nishlo:

but the real question is has nemo found himself

foreverpheebs:

Happy 45th Birthday, Matthew Perry! (August, the 19th)

chokingjoffrey:

chokingjoffrey:

what do you call a semi cool vegetable

radish

zumainthyfuture:

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LMAO this nigga 50 smh

❝ Some fans shouted “we love you brian” and Dylan said “DID YOU JUST CALL ME BRIAN? BRIEN O’DYLAN” ❞

— The maze runner cast in London (via stydiaislove)

cumber-bitches:

Stop making books into films and start making them into a tv show so we could have a lot more detail to them and they can stick to the book easier.

Quotes Series:

"Who what am I? My answer: 
I am the sum total of everything that went before me,
of all I have been seen done,
of everything done-to-me.
I am everyone everything whose being-in-the-world affected
was affected by mine.
I am anything that happens after I’ve gone
which would not have happened if I had not come.
Nor am I particularly exceptional in this matter;
each "I," every one of the now-six-hundred-million-plus of us,
contains a similar multitude.

I repeat for the last time:
to understand me, you’ll have to swallow a world."
-Saleem Sinai, Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie

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everybodyilovedies:

CHRIS EVANS. ICE BUCKET. WATCH IT. WATCH IT NOW.

captainwarbuckle:

The backbone of the Star Wars saga will always be Obi-Wan’s journey. From the very beginning he is burdened with training the so called prophet who will bring balance to the force. Eventually this lead to failure, not only to Anakin, but to himself…his master whom he watched die, to every jedi in the galaxy, and the force itself. He then has to go into hiding for almost 20 years while every last jedi was hunted down and killed. Finally, the boy Anakin fathered reaches an age in which Obi-Wan can train him. Train the son of the man who essentially destroyed Obi-Wan’s way of life. With all the convincing and training he gave Luke, it still wasn’t enough. He had to sacrifice his life in order to give Luke that final push he needed to believe in the force. With the help of yoda, Obi-Wan still helped Luke in the afterlife. In the end, Obi-Wan succeeded through Luke. Balance was brought back to the force and the jedi have a chance of returning. Most importantly though, Obi-Wan got to have his brother back.

not-the-alpha:

"Did you call me Brien? Brien O’Dylan."