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How I’ve spent the majority of my summer

phiife:

realwonders4u:

lovefeedsme:

quietheart-loudmind:

youngblackandvegan:

this precious angel just makes my spirit sing :)
glory

😱😊


😍😍😍

Awww

Look at this baby.

phiife:

realwonders4u:

lovefeedsme:

quietheart-loudmind:

youngblackandvegan:

this precious angel just makes my spirit sing :)

glory

😱😊

😍😍😍

Awww

Look at this baby.

tastefullyoffensive:

Movie Characters Taking Selfies in Classic Movie Scenes [video]

invisiblelad:

happysadness:

I’m currently revisiting Marvel’s Decimation in the form of New X-men - Academy X: Childhood’s End, which I have to say was the only part of the event I didn’t read at the time cos I was (stupidly) not getting this title, and goddess I have to say, It’s Freaking BRUTAL. 

I didn’t feel this moved with the world sans-muties with any of the other titles, Son of M is an excellent run (get it?, no?,go read Son of M like, right now…), but not as shocking as watching the lives of this kids fall apart overnight… Childhood’s End retells a story that the Xbooks have been telling for decades now, a tale of the now proverbial “Protecting a world who hates us” in the wake of the most disastrous event in mutant history, it is a tale of loss, impotence, grief and over all, realizing the world is a far more cruel place than we could ever see while shielded by our parents…

While Kyle and Yost’s arch stands by itself, it’s even more enjoyable/heartbreaking when you’re familiarized with the cast of students presented a couple of years before in New Mutants (another great read). If you enjoy frustrating but well-written stories (LaO:SVU I’m looking at you…mostly…) and have a thing for the least fortunate in the Marvel Universe, give this a read.

I was very skeptical about Kyle and Yost and thought the direction the series was taking was incredibly dark..but in I found myself really pleasantly surprised about how poignant this arc was despite my reservations. Excellent write up.

will-d0-don3-did:

skylorremixes:

arsenicandgoldlace:

reverseracism:

Some of the many books created for children of color (:

Not only do they excel in representation, they teach important life lessons, and they shed positive light on the media imagery of POC.

I remember reading almost ALL of these!! My favorite was ‘Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain’!! 

I had a mega book with all these stories in it. Love them.

I remember when these books were featured on Reading Rainbow.

devinn112:

Wow I’ve never wanted to be exactly like someone so badly.

Be the person Uncle Iroh knows you can be

prollyright:

napping together is my kind of date


Deadpool Test Footage in HD by itsartmag

herochan:

Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool… in HD

If we add the word “leaked” to this will it make it more exciting? If “leaked” means “uploaded by the animation studio” then this is even more “leaked” than when “leaked” meant “shown to 1000’s of people at Comic-Con”. 

Dying

glitchbunny:

Never trust a person who can’t gracefully accept that they shouldn’t say certain words due to violent histories of those said words

murrmernator:

My precious babies all growned up and chasing horcruxes and saving the world and shit :’)

murrmernator:

My precious babies all growned up and chasing horcruxes and saving the world and shit :’)

“They did it all, no thanks to you, because you weren’t here.”

Replace with dad…. cha Ching