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Tumblr paired up with Humans of New York to raise money for Hurricane Sandy relief.

fandomscombine·17 hours agoPhoto

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stonetheskooks:

With all the events going on recently I think it’s time to post this image againbc i’m tired of this shit 

Thanks, I really needed this today!

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sparklefye:

Life with Twins as your best friends.


And their reaction be like…….


Just like they wanna say….

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colorsinautumn:

y’all, i feel like i need to remind y’all that there’s a huge difference between ignoring what’s going on, and taking a mental break because you’re exhausted with trying to keep up with the situation in the country right now. this shit is no joke and is weighing incredibly heavy on people such as myself and if you need to take a break from this and just log out, please do. please take care of yourself and don’t feel bad that you’re not keeping up with things at every second of the day.

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straightboyfriend:

Also: If I’m not going to make money from it, why should I help save the world from a global pandemic???

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The people who discovered insulin patented it for a dollar each so it would be affordable when it was discovered too.

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wilson-bethel:

Cedric Diggory was, as you all know, exceptionally hard working, infinitely fair-minded, and most importantly, a fierce, fierce friend.

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fiestyhysteria:

The child actors in Harry Potter would do their actual schoolwork in the movie to make the school setting more real

math

Definitely math

Oh Oliver!😂🤣😂 His reaction never fails to make me laugh (and hi Sean beside him!)

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wooyork:

someone said “because I carry it well, don’t mean it ain’t heavy” I felt that

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ilikeyoubetter:

And that’s why Percabeth will always be one of the best ships out there

dirgeofthecicadas:

Annabeth feeling unwanted and abandoned by literally everyone vs Percy almost having a panic attack thinking he was gonna lose her to the hunters in Titan’s Curse

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annabeth’s welfare being rarely if ever prioritised by other people her whole life vs. percy going “the world was collapsing, and the only thing that really mattered to me was that she was alive”

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annabeth being abandoned so many times in her life vs. percy turning to look at her at the end of tlo and then facing the gods and refusing immortality………..

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annabeth being denied affection & care & attention her whole life vs. percy being like “she [annabeth] smiled for the first time in days and that made it all worthwhile”

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jewishpercy:

reading the of mark of athena for the first time and then having to wait a year for house of hades was such a formative moment in my childhood

the😫year of yearning😫

Today’s kids will never know the absolute upset of reading the dedication in HoH for the first time

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Luke was literally CLAIMED by his father given a pair of shoes and everything and YET with his dying breath he told Percy to think of the UNCLAIMED demigods…all his anger came from a selfless place like that was what it was ALL about. I’m fucking dying!!!!

Just to fucking add to this…Luke had to watch so many unclaimed demigods live without their parents bc he was the head counselor of Hermes and de facto leader of camp….God he was probably so disillusioned. He probably went to Chiron begging for some accommodation for the demigods and SOME sort of way they could tell them who their parents were….Oh FUCK

This changed the way I look at Luke. Yes, he did terrible things and got a bunch of innocent kids hurt and/or killed. Yes, he opposed the gods so strongly that he foolishly brought back one of the greatest threats in the mythological world. He is still evil and twisted in a lot of ways, but this paints him in the light of my favorite villain archetype. The one I never seem to write quite right myself. Under different circumstances with different actions to start with, Luke would have been a hero from the get-go. He did the wrong things for the right reason. It doesn’t change what actually happened and it excuses nothing, but personally, I think it makes him more human in a way… I like that. Bravo.

Oh 👏🏾 my 👏🏾 god. Yes. Luke would be the perfect archetype hero.

Luke is a well-crafted multi-faceted character just like everyone else in the original pjo series?

Consider me shocked. Not. He went through so much pain, from seeing his mother dive into her madness, being on the run as a teen and responsible for a group of kids, seeing his best friend/crush nearly die and being turned into a fucking tree, his father not really doing anything except giving him the repetition of a mission someone else already had done which left him wounded and seeing everyone being disappointed, desillusionioned and toyed with by the gods.

Did he do terrible things? Absolutely. Can and should we judge him based off that? Yes! Is that death scene with Annabeth something we should ignore? Definitely!

But Luke isn’t that ”evil laugh maniac villain“ most people seem to turn him into? He had valid points and was selfish (holding out a grudge till the end and knowing Kronos is untrustworthy) and selfless (still thinking about others which also motivated and validated his actions for him) at the same time.

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onegoldendrachma:

it would be so funny if percy had a distinct new york accent so when he stumbles into camp jupitor and he’s like “i have no memories. i dont even know where i’m from” frank and hazel look at each other and are like we can tell you where you’re from, buddy.

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kereeachan:

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ladystarks:

I don’t really approach parts if there’s something relatable–mainly because if I was just going after parts that seem somehow relatable to my real life self it would just be consistently playing chronically insecure losers. Not exactly the best career in the world.

His third eye is wide open

Sadly there are some good guys out there, but generally that doesn’t make press. They usually have less extreme methods such as:

Chadwick Boseman never dropping the accent he was using as T’Challa, even when they weren’t rolling, since he was afraid it’d be harder to jump back into if he stopped casually.

Andrew Robinson, who played Garek on Deep Space Nine, wrote a 200 page backstory for his character to use as a personal acting bible and most was allowed to stay canon, allowing him to later use it to write a Trek novel.

Andy Serkis met his wife on stage while they were playing a couple–they went on a date in character to prepare and decided to keep dating afterwards.

Tyler Perry never breaks character as Medea, even behind the scenes.

In order to keep Elsa’s rigid sense of control in mind while voice acting, Idina Menzel would hold her hands almost totally still while doing her lines. When BJ Ward voiced Velma she wore the sweater and glasses. Mel Blanc was a MASTER of VA method acting.

It IS possible to method act without being an ass. A lot of people just don’t think to. And that’s horribly sad.

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