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Tom Hiddleston - May I feel said he

justonehiddles:

"May I feel said he" by e. e. cummings read by Tom Hiddleston

May i feel said he

i’ll squeal said she

just once said he

it’s fun said she

may i touch said he

how much said she

a lot said he

why not said she

let’s go said he

not too far said she

what’s too far said he

where you are said she

may i stay said he

which way said she

like this said he

if you kiss said she

may i move said he

it is love said she

if you’re willing said he

but you’re killing said she

but it’s life said he

but your wife said she

now said he

ow said she

tiptop said he

don’t stop said she

oh nn said he

go slow said she

cccome?said he

ummm said she

you’re divine! said he

you are mine said she

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mid0nz:

He did this:

And this:

And this:

And maybe the sketch by the bison skull?

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sarahvlegume:

"His parents’ qualities are on rampant display. It’s rare to the point of outlandish to find so many variables in one actor, including features which ought to be incompatible: vulnerability, a sense of danger, a clear intellect, honesty, courage — and a rather alarming energy. I take no pleasure in feeling humbled, but there’s no getting around it.
He must be stopped.”
— Colin Firth about Benedict Cumberbatch for TIME 100

sarahvlegume:

"His parents’ qualities are on rampant display. It’s rare to the point of outlandish to find so many variables in one actor, including features which ought to be incompatible: vulnerability, a sense of danger, a clear intellect, honesty, courage — and a rather alarming energy. I take no pleasure in feeling humbled, but there’s no getting around it.

He must be stopped.”

— Colin Firth about Benedict Cumberbatch for TIME 100

(via forsciencejohn)

godtie:

alrighty so i got a huge haul of cute guy clothes today and someone asked for pics of them so!!

I got three shirts (i promise the horizontal stripped one looks better in person), two pairs of chinos, a really great pair of jeans, and four pairs of shorts.

Ok but real talk for a minute all you trans AFAB people who have bigger hips and trouble finding ways to conceal them:

Disclaimer: These are all pics without my compression shorts on. They don’t do much, but they do enough to make a difference. Even without them on most of these pants fit well and I’m able to pass male pretty well.

But thats not what I’m here to talk to you about!! I’m here to talk to you about some HELLA jeans.

So my boyfriend has a pair of jeans that hide his hips and fit really well and when I was shopping today, I found the same jeans. I got excited because wow hey, maybe these will work for me too!! My mum helped me find a pair that fit (pants, jeans, and short sizes can often vary for us! It’s a different cut, so you gotta experiment.) And low and behold, they are WONDERFUL. They are a superb cut that hides hips well while fitting comfortably, along with being a dark color that helps slim! I definitely recommend them for any AFAB person who has been having the same difficulties.

They are Aeropostal’s Bowery Slim Straight, as seen in the first three pictures. I’m about 5’5” and ~115-120lbs and the jeans I’m wearing are a 30/32 fit (i probably could have gone with a 30/30 but they didn’t have any available).

Thanks so much for this.

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treadmill-to-oblivion:

Friendship is a wonderful thing…

treadmill-to-oblivion:

Friendship is a wonderful thing…

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doublenegativemeansyes:

a case has just been solved.

doublenegativemeansyes:

a case has just been solved.

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Ok , the time of truth.

To my beloved parents,

You try too hard. I thank you for that.

Meanwhile, you didn’t allow me to become a dancer, and now you say that if I really wanted it, I would have pursued it more intensely. Yes, right, because a 14 year old, could flee and turn to the streets. Also, when I get angry, you get disappointed in me and guilt tripping me to say that I am sorry. Jesus, for once respect what I am feeling. I don’t care if you are disappointed, I am valid. I can’t be a dancer now, because I am well past the age for training, but I have worked my ass off to be a doctor. And my exams are coming. An I will do my best. And. I. Am. Valid. You see, I will leave the rest of my life, regretting that little fact about WHAT I WAS NOT ABLE TO DO WITH MY LIFE. So, I will become a doctor instead. And this is a statement. It’s the next best thing. It’s what I want, and frankly I do not care what you want. Not anymore.

So, cut your passive aggressive manipulating bullshit, and kindly piss off. I need to study.

Love

Your daughter

P.S. Yes mum, I am bi. No I am not confused. Yes, I am in love with a girl. No, I didn’t ask for your opinion.

cumberdaily:

After The Dance (2010)

cumberdaily:

After The Dance (2010)

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“With diamond bracelets from wrist to elbow, an expression of vacuous boredom on your face, and the steel of your heart tempered for conquest—life ought to be fun, oughtn’t it?”

—   Stephen Tennant, writing for Vogue (via larazontally)
Benedict Cumberbatch - Hamlet excerpt (Act 1, Scene 5)

mollydobby:

Benedict performing an excerpt of Hamlet - Act 1, Scene 5:

O most pernicious woman!
O villain, villain, smiling, damnèd villain!
My tables!—Meet it is I set it down
That one may smile, and smile, and be a villain.
At least I’m sure it may be so in Denmark. 

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a-l-ancien-regime:

Schloss Eggenberg,  Planetary RoomBuilt post-1625 by north Italian architect and artist Pietro de Pomis as a residence for imperial governor Hans Ulrich von Eggenberg (1568-1634), Eggenberg Palace (Graz, Austria) was intended as a political statement. The house was designed as a huge allegory, a symbolic representation of the universe, where the erudite client set out his notion of an ideal world in an age of chaos and disintegration. 
Crucial for the status of Schloss Eggenberg as a large-scale work of art is a series of 24 state rooms centered on the large Planetary Room. The interiors are Baroque and Rococo, largely unchanged since the 18th century. The most notable feature is a series of over 500 17th-century ceiling paintings, forming a complex pictorial synthesis, eloquent of the early Baroque view of the world. 

a-l-ancien-regime:

Schloss Eggenberg,  Planetary Room
Built post-1625 by north Italian architect and artist Pietro de Pomis as a residence for imperial governor Hans Ulrich von Eggenberg (1568-1634), Eggenberg Palace (Graz, Austria) was intended as a political statement. The house was designed as a huge allegory, a symbolic representation of the universe, where the erudite client set out his notion of an ideal world in an age of chaos and disintegration. 

Crucial for the status of Schloss Eggenberg as a large-scale work of art is a series of 24 state rooms centered on the large Planetary Room. The interiors are Baroque and Rococo, largely unchanged since the 18th century. The most notable feature is a series of over 500 17th-century ceiling paintings, forming a complex pictorial synthesis, eloquent of the early Baroque view of the world. 

(Source: museum-joanneum.at, via ruber-sanguis)

ricotomate:

A bunch of drunk college kids tried to play “Alice in Wonderland”

I cry of laughter everytime I watch this. 

Okay. I did not expect this.

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homotography:

Tom Strangwick by Joseph Bleu