if you had the chance to change your fate…
tHIS IS MY FAVORITE DAMN JOKE ON THIS ENITRE FUCKING WEBSITE AND IF YOU DONT FIND IT FUNNY THEN I FEEL SO BAD FOR YOU
"I used to think that they were things the wonderful folk of the stories went out and looked for, because they wanted them, because they were exciting and life was a bit dull, a kind of a sport, as you might say. But that’s not the way of it with the tales that really mattered, or the ones that stay in the mind. Folk seem to have been just landed in them, usually their paths were laid that way, as you put it. But I expect they had lots of chances, like us, of turning back, only they didn’t. And if they had, we shouldn’t know, because they’d have been forgotten.”
Sherlock + second episodes + what?
I JUST WANTED TO SING THE ALPHABET I DIDNT ASK FOR THIS
Ironically, what you wanted instead was the D.
The way to fix up this fixer-upper is to fix him up with you!
I adore this 101 Dalmatians sequence, and since then I always try to see the resemblance between dogs and their owners.
The gorgeous story sketches are by the amazing Bill Peet
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Motifs are generally so unobtrusive in a film that they can pass unnoticed even after repeated viewings. In Psycho, for example, Hitchcock employed the “doubles” motif with great density. The 2 pairs of leading actors (Janet Leigh/Vera Miles and Anthony Perkins/John Gavin) were cast according to physical resemblances, which suggest psychological similarities. Many of the scenes feature mirrors, which reinforce the doubles motif, as well as suggesting themes of reality versus illusion, truth versus deception, and conscious behavior versus impulse.
Giannetti, Louis D. Understanding Movies second edition. New Jersey, 1976.
what happens if u put a werewolf on the moon is a great question probably the best question ever asked
when i die i want to be buried wearing a pair of sunglasses so that a few decades down the line i will also be a cool skeleton
26,473 notes. 26,473 people identified with this statement. if even half that many people actually did this, can you imagine how confused future archaeologists would be