the stranger's always you

Cris. 30ish. This blog is about boy bands, Marvel movies, Teen Wolf, grad school, and shiny things. And sometimes I go on a rant about race and/or gender. Yes, I'm that kind of blogger.

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Home now. In the airport, the nieces and I decided that if Posey and Dylan were in college then Arden would be in their frat.

If I’ve learned nothing else this weekend, I’ve learned that watching Teen Wolf is infinitely more enjoyable with a few (or 10) dozen people commenting along. Especially when it’s the cast. And by that I mean Posey.

Jeff Davis said, “oh my god, look at that rock!” upon seeing Sis-in-Law’s engagement ring during autographs. Thereby joining the long list of people who goggle at the thing.

Eaddy Mays fixed my nieces’ hair for their photo op with her. She said she wouldn’t let them take a picture with their hair like that.

msfili:

Steve Rogers taking off his helmet is a sexual experience. His helmet hair is enough of a turn on, but my sexual orientation is Steve speaking French.

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raptorific:

Nia and I found this book in the library. There is no context, description, or listed author. Every page is a picture of Humphrey Bogart. The only words we could find were the title and the dedication.

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dendropsyche:

weloveshortvideos:

French Bulldog puppy argues bedtime

no way. no way. absolutely not. no.

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One of the very few ~spoilers I heard before I saw this movie was that in terms of storytelling tropes, Sam Wilson’s role was very similar to that of a love interest. And you know what? It totally was.
imageRight from Sam’s introduction at the beginning of the movie, he’s instantly characterised as an appealing and fundamentally ~good character. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to describe that park scene as a “meet cute,” with Steve being so drawn to Sam that he has to befriend him, and Sam being so open and receptive that he invites Steve to come visit him where he works. On their second meeting, Steve is impressed by Sam’s work as a counsellor for military veterans, and Sam and Steve almost immediately open up to each other about intensely personal aspects of their life: the death of Sam’s best friend, and Steve’s uncertainty about his life in the 21st century. This exchange has such an impact on both of them that Steve feels able to show up on Sam’s doorstep as a fugitive, and Sam is willing to risk his life to fight alongside him. The film ends with the implication that Sam is going to quit his job to go help Steve track down the Winter Soldier.

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seoulmama:

I’m laughing so hard, I’m crying.

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I’ve accepted the fact that I’m a huge physical disappointment in reality.

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the1001cranes:

fusions2:

Daniel Sharman & Ian Bohen at "The Glamorous Life" fashion show (2013)

#there is no picture of ian and daniel where daniel doesnt look like a kept boy (loutheloup)

the1001cranes:

fusions2:

Daniel Sharman & Ian Bohen at "The Glamorous Life" fashion show (2013)

 (loutheloup)

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solarbird:

Perfect.

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elegantpaws:

thedisneykiid:

aragonitedragon:

epicnigga:

what
the
fuck
did
i
just
see

ASSASIN’S CREED

BISSSHHH whet?

Nice!

elegantpaws:

thedisneykiid:

aragonitedragon:

epicnigga:

what

the

fuck

did

i

just

see

ASSASIN’S CREED

BISSSHHH whet?

Nice!

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