We look at you and we see you together, and it just… fits, y’know?
#YES YES YES YES THIS IS HOW GOOD BOOKS SHOULD LOOK #i understand it when people hate cracked spines #but anybody that says a battered and falling apart book is sad #and thinks that’s not how you love a book #is talking shit #i love books and they look good like this #they are meant to be read and passed around and get crushed in bags because you can’t leave the house without them #you’re meant to dog ear the pages you love and underline in pencil and stick in stickynotes #if you want pristine you should buy an e-reader #because this is how you experience a book
i applaud you, dear tagger of the tags
Even The Big Bang Theory is mocking me with this Phi Beta Kappa stuff
It sucks…I know that all too well, but there comes a point when everyone needs to take that first step to help themselves. And trust me when I say that it is the best decision you will ever make.
On the set of Doctor Who at Mermaid Quay, Cardiff Bay, on 25 February, 2014 [x]
#i am gonna die oh my god#this is the girl who dressed up as a dalek#who had#autism and took matt’s regeneration in a bad way#so she was nervous about meeting capaldi#but he reassured her#and was loving on her#and this girl was scared that since she was a dalek#he’d shun her since it was a past monster#like whoa i am fucking done#pcap wins my heart - damecooper
Best. Post. EVAR!
have you ever met a person that you’re forced to mantain a level of cold civility towards but if you could you would totally punch them as hard as you could but you can’t so every second you’re forced to be around them you’re thinking of smashing their face in just so they’ll shut up
Dunvegan Castle, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Dunvegan Castle is the seat of the MacLeod Clan. The castle is the oldest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland and has been the stronghold of the chiefs of the clan for 800 years. In the 13th century a curtain wall was built on the hill around a former Norse fort which was only accessible through a sea gate. A castle was constructed within the curtain wall by Malcolm MacLeod in about 1350.
Around 1500, a second tower was added by the 8th chief, Alasdair Crotach. This tower, intended as accommodation for guests, was dubbed the Fairy Tower. In 1623 the 15th chief, Ruairidh Mor (Rory Mor), replaced the old medieval feasting hall with a range of state apartments above storage cellars. Ruairidh Mor’s grandson added a Piper’s Gallery in 1664, and a south wing two decades later.
The old tower was left roofless when the new state apartments were complete, and it wasn’t until 1790 that the 23rd chief had it re-roofed to become a comfortable drawing room. A barrack block was added at the same time. Over the 18th and 19th centuries the authentic medieval underpinnings of the castle were gradually hidden beneath an elegant array of mock battlements.
You see things over the course of a life, you see them from afar and you catalog them away in the back of your mind. At some point, if they stay there unseen by your actual eyes, unseen in person, they begin to lose their meaning. They become photographs stored in a photo album you cannot touch. Sometimes, you must go to them, you must make them real again. Only when you know the sound of your footsteps in large and exalted halls, only when you know the temperature of the marble, only when you know the warmth of the lights that shine down, does that meaning return.
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this deserves endless reblogs.