October 15th, 2014

fyeselliebishop:

Ellie Bishop in every episode (x)

↳ 12x04 Choke Hold

tivashipper4ever:

“I have a type”

October 12th, 2014

“Very likely some Mrs. Grundy will observe, “I don’t believe it, boys will be boys, young men must sow their wild oats, and women must not expect miracles.” I dare say you don’t, Mrs. Grundy, but it’s true nevertheless. Women work a good many miracles, and I have a persuasion that they may perform even that of raising the standard of manhood by refusing to echo such sayings. Let the boys be boys, the longer the better, and let the young men sow their wild oats if they must. But mothers, sisters, and friends may help to make the crop a small one, and keep many tares from spoiling the harvest, by believing, and showing that they believe, in the possibility of loyalty to the virtues which make men manliest in good women’s eyes. If it is a feminine delusion, leave us to enjoy it while we may, for without it half the beauty and the romance of life is lost, and sorrowful forebodings would embitter all our hopes of the brave, tenderhearted little lads, who still love their mothers better than themselves and are not ashamed to own it.”

“Why everybody liked him was what puzzled Jo, at first. He was neither rich nor great, young nor handsome, in no respect what is called fascinating, imposing, or brilliant, and yet he was as attractive as a genial fire, and people seemed to gather about him as naturally as about a warm hearth. He was poor, yet always appeared to be giving something away; a stranger, yet everyone was his friend; no longer young, but as happy-hearted as a boy; plain and peculiar, yet his face looked beautiful to many, and his oddities were freely forgiven for his sake. Jo often watched him, trying to discover the charm, and at last decided that it was benevolence which worked the miracle. If he had any sorrow, ‘it sat with its head under its wing’, and he turned only his sunny side to the world. There were lines upon his forehead, but Time seemed to have touched him gently, remembering how kind he was to others. The pleasant curves about his mouth were the memorials of many friendly words and cheery laughs, his eyes were never cold or hard, and his big hand had a warm, strong grasp that was more expressive than words.”

gavinsandghillies:

planxty-speed70:

maggematt123:

That birdie though….wow. Annabelle Rouse, Girls U14 NZ National Champion


Holy crap

She’s like “and one two step and hit my face”

gavinsandghillies:

planxty-speed70:

maggematt123:

That birdie though….wow. Annabelle Rouse, Girls U14 NZ National Champion

Holy crap

She’s like “and one two step and hit my face”

(via strictlyirishdancing)

September 29th, 2014

just FYI i’m going back through and tagging /everything/ which is 13k posts (i literally never tagged anything ever) and i’m not going to post anything until that’s done…so i’ll see you in like a few weeks

but i’m still here i promise

September 28th, 2014

irishdancedownunder:

Red Hot Rhythm Irish Tap Battle

tilthingsarebrighter:

"When you dress like that it’s like putting a steak in front of a dog; what do you expect?"
Peanut butter is basically my dog’s favorite thing in the world.
You know why she’s not even touching it?
I said “no.”

tilthingsarebrighter:

"When you dress like that it’s like putting a steak in front of a dog; what do you expect?"

Peanut butter is basically my dog’s favorite thing in the world.

You know why she’s not even touching it?

I said “no.”

(Source: hauntedharddrive, via petrawentz)

feminishblog:

whydontihatemarrymyself:

vajoochie:

how do boys look good without makeup

thats it. thats literally it. entirely. for serious though

One of the realest things i’ve ever read. I think about this all the damn time.

(via tyleroakley)