• me: i'm an asshole
  • julie: you are but you are my asshole
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sea-dilemma:

i-see-sams-town:

It’s a sign of growing up that I identify more and more with Giles

We all become Giles, in the end.

theoncomingwolf:

Okay so I love those, “actual line on Supernatural” posts, and BtVS has some gems. So I’ve compiled some gifs for an, “actual Buffy line” post. Enjoy!

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ENDLESS LIST OF FAVOURITES —> [MOVIE] Stardust

↳ “You know when I said I knew little about love? That wasn’t true. I know a lot about love. I’ve seen it, centuries and centuries of it, and it was the only thing that made watching your world bearable. All those wars… pain, lies, hate… It made me want to turn away and never look down again. But when I see the way that mankind loves… You could search to the furthest reaches of the universe and never find anything more beautiful.”   

posted 4 days ago with 592 notes via ethelreds

the musketeers by temperament: ”from the very earliest days of the medical and mental sciences the bodily constitutions of men, especially as those bodily constitutions bear on the mind, have been called the complexions and the temperaments. and the outstanding and distinctive temperaments have been classified and designated from the earliest days as the sanguine temperament, the choleric temperament, the phlegmatic temperament, and the melancholy temperament. not that any man was ever made up of blood and of blood alone, or of choler alone, or of phlegm alone, or of black bile alone. the four temperaments, as they are found in actual and living men, have undergone as many combinations and permutations as there have been individual men and women on the face of the earth. at the same time, some one of the four great temperaments has predominated and has had the upper hand in the construction and constitution of every several man.” from the four temperaments by alexander whyte, 1895.

We know who you are, we’ve heard all about you, but hearing is one thing.