He hates mages but I’m gonna do him.
my girlfriend in regards to Fenris
To some, you were a chapter.
To me, you are the book.


aliveforthelasttime:

target-zr0:

tilldaylightbreaks:

trapholland:

faithrestoring:

Faith in Humanity Restored

there needs to be more of this

Some days I hate people, others I find things like this and just love people.

I wish we’d see this on the news more often instead of 3 continuous hours of coverage on that governor with the Potato in his anus…:/

Not gonna lie, I cried a little.


thekhoolhaus:

The fucking MAN has spoken.

(Source: tobias-taylor)


chocobo-strider:

"You two have managed to accomplish something together no one ever has; you surprised me.”

I’ve been fucking waiting for this photo set right here, and let me tell you why. Monsters University quickly became my favorite movie due to a single fact, that these two? They failed. They actually went to school and they failed, they didn’t get brought back in, they didn’t make a miraculous come back at the end, they fucking failed College. 

But that didn’t stop them. Through hard work, perseverance, and taking opportunities that came a long instead of just settling for where they were at, they were able so still make it to where they wanted to be.

That is super powerful, it gives you hope, knowing that college isn’t the only way. Because you know what? It isn’t, you don’t have to go to college to get to where you want to be or to be happy. You just got to take chances, take opportunities, swallow that fear and do things to help change your life for the better. If you believe college is it? Fantastic! Go for it!

However, remember: Life is never over if you fail something. You just got to look for opportunities to bring yourself back up.

But it’s not just about hard work and perseverance.  It’s not a movie about wanting something so bad that you get it.  There is a huge undercurrent of life-sucks-so-get-over-it going on.  

It’s about commitment more than it is about hard work.  Because they tried.  Mike tried so hard.  He was convinced that he’d be a scarer but he just didn’t have what it takes.  

He just wasn’t scary.  

He’s wanted this his entire life but he can’t have it.  But instead of giving up he shifts his aim and becomes the next best thing.

That’s huge!  For so long these movies have been teaching us that all you have to do is want something bad enough and you’ll get it.  Now we’re seeing a shift towards valuing perseverance over success and flexibility over making your dreams come true.

(Source: sandrabbullock)


Louis C.K. One ad collection by loiusckone

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very-hobbit:

If this is to end in fire
Then we shall all burn together
Watch the flames climb high into the night
Calling out father, stand by and we will
Watch the flames burn auburn on the mountain side

Anonymous asked:
How would I bring two people back to life and have them be completely normal

necromanswers:

Of course it’s possible for a skilled necromancer to raise two corpses at once and have them both  be “completely normal.” Don’t ever let any lesser magi or occultists convince you otherwise.

The real problem here is not a paucity of necromantic energy (as the disgusting, living-biased media would have you believe). Unfortunately, the truth is that we live in a life-centric culture that insists on prizing the living, marginalising the dead, undead, and transdead among us.

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Sure, they may come back as fleshless wreckage, their bodies ravaged by their time spent beyond this plane, but that shouldn’t be anything “abnormal.” Indeed, that’s very much the normal condition for someone who has spent even a short while dead.

Here is a list of totally normal things that you shouldn’t worry about:

  • Decay
  • Exposed bone
  • Bilious Miasma
  • Mildew
  • Necrosis
  • Coagulation
  • Frequent, involuntary groans
  • Significant, irreversible brain damage

It’s vital1 that you don’t let those disgusting pro-lifers get to you.


1. Even the language we use is disgustingly living-centric.

 

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