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I am deleting this blog in 24 hrs(ish)- meaning about 6:30 EST time. The new blog (if you care) will be blondeeandcoffee.tumblr.com and it’s already up and running so… yeah. Thanks guys, it’s been awesome and stuff… bye

jamesphillimoresumbrella:

I’ve only just realized the parallel to the ‘There is nothing wrong with me!’ scene from Baskerville.

ladyamypond:

”..every life is a pile of good things and bad things”

ladyamypond:

”..every life is a pile of good things and bad things”

epic-humor:

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frozen-much:

your skin is pale white

and ice cold

you never drink or eat anything

you don’t go out in the sunlight

i know what you are

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cumbermums:

sonic-violin:

not sure about that one, Benny…

I’ve been waiting for this post x

hypable:

J.K. Rowling touched on her new Fantastic Beasts movie while being interviewed by Emma Watson for Wonderland Magazine.

Though the Harry Potter author didn’t offer much exciting new information to share concerning her spinoff franchise, which was announced last September, she did offer some backstory and how she came to write the script herself.
“Warner Bros. came to me ages ago and said they wanted to do something with Fantastic Beasts. I could see the potential in it. I knew something about Newt [Scamander, the fictional author of Fantastic Beasts] having written a little something for Comic Relief. I had imagined a little bit of back story for him,” she says.
“So when Warner Bros. came to me and said they wanted to make a film out of the book I had this simultaneous feeling of ‘it has a lot of potential,’ and another feeling of slight panic that ‘I know some things about Newt and I don’t want you to ruin that for me!’ because I knew who he was.”
Read more at Hypable.com

hypable:

J.K. Rowling touched on her new Fantastic Beasts movie while being interviewed by Emma Watson for Wonderland Magazine.

Though the Harry Potter author didn’t offer much exciting new information to share concerning her spinoff franchise, which was announced last September, she did offer some backstory and how she came to write the script herself.

“Warner Bros. came to me ages ago and said they wanted to do something with Fantastic Beasts. I could see the potential in it. I knew something about Newt [Scamander, the fictional author of Fantastic Beasts] having written a little something for Comic Relief. I had imagined a little bit of back story for him,” she says.

“So when Warner Bros. came to me and said they wanted to make a film out of the book I had this simultaneous feeling of ‘it has a lot of potential,’ and another feeling of slight panic that ‘I know some things about Newt and I don’t want you to ruin that for me!’ because I knew who he was.”

Read more at Hypable.com

marrymepizza:

remember when I watched tv shows for fun and not because I was emotionally dependent with the fate of the characters

pantslesswrock:

sherlockedinseattle:

I JUST SPIT COFFEE ALL OVER MY COMPUTER HOLY SHIT

THAT TOOK ME WAY TOO LONG

bakerstreetbabes:

corpsereviver2:

puddleduckiejane:

Time Out London
Johnlock beats the Royal Couple? I guess London herself ships her beloved detective and blogger

London ships it.

Saw the person next to me on the tube reading this and may have awkwardly leaned over.

bakerstreetbabes:

corpsereviver2:

puddleduckiejane:

Time Out London

Johnlock beats the Royal Couple? I guess London herself ships her beloved detective and blogger

London ships it.

Saw the person next to me on the tube reading this and may have awkwardly leaned over.