This used to be a Merlin/Teen Wolf blog but now it's becoming more and more multifandom. I CAN'T HELP IT OKAY.
I also like to reblog some random stuff and gorgeous ladies to delight my followers dashboards! :D
Note: Previously Merthurislove
I love Merlin, Teen Wolf, Supernatural, LOTR, Harry Potter, reading, snowboarding, watching movies, eating Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Fudge Brownie-ice cream, eating junk food, dreaming, walking in snowy forest, laughing at stupid things and playing uke (though I suck at it). :D
~ Saturday, April 19 ~
HAPPY EASTER, may you eat candy until you shit stars and rainbows!
If you’re going to commit cannibalism, I’d rather you do it in the house.
this is officially my favourite fandom on tumblr
"For a while I kind of bought into the hype of, ‘Will they ever be able to play anything else?’ It gave me a sense of paralysis and stage fright for a while. And then a professor told me that they didn’t think I should act, either. So I was really grappling with it and wasn’t feeling good about it. And then, I don’t know…it got so bad and people had put me in a box so much that it started pissing me off. I suddenly wanted to prove them wrong. It gave me fuel, in a way. I’m not sure why that shift happened"
Will ‘i swear i just found them’ Graham
We said so in almost all of our reviews of the season that just ended: Noel Fisher wowed us! In the season finale, thanks to his dramatic and intense interpretation, especially in the scene with Emmy Rossum and in the exhilarating one with Isidora Goreshter, who plays Svetlana, he has become the fulcrum of the episode, fully representing the dramedy genre. Noel Fisher was able to interpret Mickey’s evolution perfectly, outlining a complex and not politically correct character using an innate ability to communicate his character’s moods, very often using almost exclusively his facial expressions. The bar scene, when he realizes that the others have accepted his homosexuality without problems, is a clear example of his talent, since the scene is based almost exclusively on his facial expression that fully conveys the variety of feelings experienced by his character.
Meryl Streep & Don Gummer | 86th Annual Academy Awards - Show (March 2, 2014)
ok but a slytherin student from some hoity-toity pureblood family becoming ridiculously infatuated with muggle culture
and they just approach some muggleborn gryffindor who’s immediately on guard and waiting for some kind of insult but then the pureblood pulls a fucking nokia flip phone out of their robes and says “ALRIGHT, HOW DO YOU GET THIS TO WORK. I’VE BEEN PRESSING ON THE BUTTONS FOR THE PAST HOUR AND IT HASN’T DONE ANYTHING”
(it needs to be charged)