to cast you down

squeakadeeks:

i am nice to plants because i photosympathize with them

odairse:

Teen wolf | 1x1 Wolf Moon

castiel-the-consulting-angel:

stevieraedrawn:

Can we talk about how Cap and Bucky have opposite masks?

Cap has mouth and eyes exposed, forehead covered. Bucky has mouth covered and eyes painted black, his forehead exposed.

What a lovely symmetry.

But the symbolism too. Cap’s is a helmet, protection, to keep him safe from physical harm. Bucky’s is a muzzle to keep him silent and anonymous and on a leash.

Maybe it’s finally time to go home.

jamestiberiusfuckhead:

USS Enterprise NCC-1701D Crew: Geordi La Forge [x] [x]

"It was the wish of our founders that no one have to suffer a life with disabilities." 
"Who gave them the right to decide whether or not I should be here? Whether or not I might have something to contribute?" 

Sebastian Stan’s response to Do you think Bucky almost wishes he was the one turned into a super soldier? (x)
❝ No, I don’t think so. I think he thinks it’s strange. Then again, the circumstances are weird. Bucky gets rescued by this new Steve. For all we know, Bucky is on an operating table thinking he might never come out. That he might never again see the light of day. So for him, every time he comes back from war, he’s like, “Here’s another chance to think whether it’s worth going back. I’m alive. I’m here for one night. I want to live life.” I don’t think it’s jealousy so much, but he doesn’t really have much of a choice because I think for him there’s an element of, “Okay I’m going to go fight and I will survive this one mission and then I’ll come back and I’ll not go back.” But the problem is that he has no choice because Steve’s going and he never lets Steve go by himself. So I think the protective nature of a parent or a brother was was always there. It wasn’t like, “Steve’s this muscle guy and I want to be him.” It’s more like, “Oh god—he’s grown up and what do I do?” ❞

make me choose asked me
cora/lydia or kira/allison

rollership:

 Utagawa Hiroshige, New Year’s Eve Foxfires (detail), 1857

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