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sex-thrill:

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religiousdad:

when you ask ur crush who they like and they say someone else’s name and you act like you’re fine

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Look at Jonah hill in the background glancing right at him

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shotsfiredat221b:

dulect:

chicken-nuggets-galore:

Do twins have the same sized dick?

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Both reactions work

(Source: chicken-nuggets-galore)

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dudewithabow:

gayerthanthefourthofjuly:

alittleglass-vial:

I wasn’t expecting that.

Lovely bedtime story.

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quillius:

thorineded:

sherlockismyholmesboy:

lee pace wasn’t kidding when he said he had to re-learn how to move his body to play thranduil

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u got sumthin 2 say you little bitch

HE TOO TWO STEPS AND WENT 30 FEET HOW THE FUCK

Lee got there in a…

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fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

David Kenyon Webster. Volunteered for the paratroops during WWII at age 21, while he was still working on his degree in English lit from Harvard. He served as a rifleman in Easy Company, 101st Airborne Division. After the war he became a writer and reporter for the Los Angeles Daily News and the Wall Street Journal, and he also studied marine life, eventually writing a book about sharks called Myth and Maneater: The Story of the Shark. He was interested in sailing, surfing, skin diving, and social justice. David Webster disappeared while shark fishing off the coast of Santa Monica in 1961, and was declared lost at sea at the age of 39. His memoirs from the war were published in 1994 as a book, Parachute Infantry.

fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

David Kenyon Webster. Volunteered for the paratroops during WWII at age 21, while he was still working on his degree in English lit from Harvard. He served as a rifleman in Easy Company, 101st Airborne Division. After the war he became a writer and reporter for the Los Angeles Daily News and the Wall Street Journal, and he also studied marine life, eventually writing a book about sharks called Myth and Maneater: The Story of the Shark. He was interested in sailing, surfing, skin diving, and social justice. David Webster disappeared while shark fishing off the coast of Santa Monica in 1961, and was declared lost at sea at the age of 39. His memoirs from the war were published in 1994 as a book, Parachute Infantry.

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