She’s a cherry bomb!!! ASDASDAD


She’s a cherry bomb!!! ASDASDAD



Is there a url for every word in existence?

apparently so

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so i’m going on holiday later this year and i want to read some books while i’m away so i though who better to ask about suggestions for books to read than my english teacher right?

so i asked her for suggestions of any good books and she turned to look at me, looked me dead in the eye and said…

# no but seriously i am so fucking pissed off # it’s literally like don’t bother trying to better your knowledge # it won’t be on the exam so don’t learn it # no wonder everyone hates school # any want to learn is crushed by the sylabus # and any attempt to improve your knowledge is shot down

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I just thought to myself, ‘ooo this is gonna be sad’,

and it was. I’m a genius.


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I once dated a writer and


Writers are forgetful,

but they remember everything.
They forget appointments and anniversaries,
but remember what you wore,
how you smelled,
on your first date…
They remember every story you’ve ever told them -
like ever,
but forget what you’ve just said.
They don’t remember to water the plants
or take out the trash,
but they don’t forget how
to make you laugh.

Writers are forgetful
they’re busy
the important things.

Oh, my heart is melting.

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The sign of three.

So (nearly) everyone on my dash is in love with Mary. It’s hard not to be. She’s adorable, clever, charming, genuine. She enables John and Sherlock’s shenanigans, and we’re all going to cry snotty tears if(when) something terrible happens to her.

However, one thing I haven’t seen much of yet is people praising Amanda’s performance. I haven’t seen anything negative, she’s doing a lovely job, but there’s not been many posts really studying it yet on my dash.

We analyse Benedict and Martin a lot, but we haven’t really seen enough of Mary to get a good feel for how Amanda portrays her. Until now.

Look at the range of emotions here in such a short (but important) scene. Shock. Panic. Forced/false happiness. Anxiety. Sadness. Real happiness. More Sadness. All in a few tilts of the head, a few casts of the eyes. She is saying so much here, and all of it is making me very, very nervous about next Sunday.

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guys i think irene’s gonna come back in the next episode, there was literally no point in bringing her into the last episode if not to remind the viewer in preparation for the next episode, sherlock saved her at the end of belgravia so i makes sense for her to reappear # irene adler

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Proof that Ron Weasley didn’t realize Hermione Granger was a girl until their fourth year.

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