Sunday, August 31, 2014
Don’t ever compliment me by insulting other women. That’s not a compliment, it’s a competition none of us agreed to. "You’re not like other girls." Shut the fuck up. (via poppiefields)

(Source: escapedgoat)


is this what heaven looks like

(Source: sizvideos)

  • Ollivander: Oh you need a wand? Try this one.
  • *shit explodes*
  • Ollivander: Shit
  • Ollivander: I don't fuckin know
  • Ollivander: Here try this it kinda killed your parents
  • Ollivander: Perf



This is the best one I’ve ever seen!!




This is the best one I’ve ever seen!!


(images were edited to emphasize the lights)

The view from space shows the known urbanized areas in the world of Avatar!

Republic City and the cities of the United Republic is the most urbanized nation as shown in the map. Aunt Wu’s village (as shown by the bright dot) is also a city now. Below is probably Merchant’s Pier where the met the pirates and the Harbor Town in The Storm. Seaport Village is the place where the prisoners from Haru’s village were boarded to the Fire Nation ship.

As you may have noticed Ba Sing Se is a HUGE mega city and if you look closely there’s an illuminated road leading to Chameleon bay. Gaoling, Toph’s hometown also seemed to be urbanized now. Omashu doesn’t show any lights so it’s safe to say it’s preserved its original state.

The Southern Water Tribe’s advancement is also very visible in space but we can observe there’s actually two cities not just one.

The Fire Nation seemed to be still in daytime and the Fire Nation Capital isn’t visible. Su Jin, Piandao’s village got some visible lights as well as Hama’s village, the fire fountain city where Toph gambled, and also the village where Aang enrolled in grade school.

There seemed to be urban settlements in Air Nomad territories and we don’t know anything about them. In general, a lot of urban centers are located near bodies of water, which is realistic.

Saturday, August 30, 2014
Friday, August 29, 2014
I remember your eyes: fifty attack dogs on a single leash. Jeffrey McDaniel, from Letter To The Woman Who Stopped Writing Me Back (via hellanne)


do u have a ship u like but u only like it when its shipped a certain way

except a lot of people dont ship it that way

(Source: birdemic)

Thursday, August 28, 2014
To me, home was never a place; it was a feeling. It was the way the people I loved said my name. youcancallmequeenbun (via wnq-writers)