Optime!

grizzlyhills:

flightcub:

interretialia:

life-of-a-latin-student:

ratwithoutwings:

i’m so upset

I just realized that the reason ghosts say Boo! is because it’s a latin verb

they’re literally saying ‘I alarm/I am alarming/I do alarm!!

I can’t

present active boōpresent infinitive boāreperfect active boāvīsupine boātum

Recte!

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if it comes from the latin word, they’re actually saying “I’M YELLING!” which is even cuter

do they speak latin because it’s a dead language

(Source: pidgeling)

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hobbit-queen:

katieintherealworld:

this made me burst out laughing, so naturally i had to reblog it.

"WHAT?"

(Reblogged from ragingrogue)

waaaaaaaaaaaalt:

Don’t get me started on how important this movie is. I won’t stop.

(Source: alexanderhamiltonisthebottom)

(Reblogged from ragingrogue)

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you one of the (if not the) most skilled marksmen in comics, and he cannot tie his pants.

Clint Barton everyone. He really is the people’s hero. 

(Source: thorodinbro)

(Reblogged from alwaysfaithfulterriblelizard)

"Who is this?" "The good-looking guy in the sunglasses at your ten o’clock."

(Source: sambuckys)

(Reblogged from alwaysfaithfulterriblelizard)
I like the idea of a little girl going through her dad’s stuff and finding out there are women spies who are these awesome fucking heroes, and wanting to be like that.
(Reblogged from mattfractionblog)

thirstypirata:

inturretandtree:

2460onetruepairing:

nuclearbummer:

Hercules reads his script entirely wrong.
(he read the word disappointed when he was supposed to sound disappointed)

Maybe he’s on to something, we should just yell out the name of the emotion we’re feeling.

IT’S BACK!

hahahahahhaa YES i will be doing this now

(Reblogged from alwaysfaithfulterriblelizard)

quantumflex said: Regarding female led superhero media: I don't think that women actually deserve equal representation in fiction. The vast majority of heroes in real life, like soldiers, police officers or firefighters, are men. So if women want to be at least half of the heroes in fiction, they need to step up their game. That's only fair.

bananasontoast:

quantumflex:

itswalky:

It must be personally embarrassing for you, living in a world where only men are heroes, to have turned out to be such a fucking idiot.

But is what I said factually wrong? Those who risk their own lives to defend ours are, for the most part, men.

So shouldn’t they also be the ones who get predominantly depicted doing so in fiction?

Giving equal spotlight to female heroes is, I find, disrespectful to our boys overseas. As soon as women make up 50% of the armed forces they can be 50% of the Avengers.

I physically cannot believe you have the audacity to relate a life in the armed forces to a fictional piece of work about superheroes. It is not the same thing and does not correlate equally.

(Everyone else has name dropped in this argument, so I am too. I’m a certified army brat with both parents serving in the armed forces, as well as my Grandfather the firefighter, and both sets of great-grand-parents serving for my country too. So I know what I’m talking ‘bout.)

Life as a “hero” in one of the services has absolutely nothing to do with fiction. It’s actually horrifically disgusting that people would even suggest that it is. The point of The Avengers is NOT to make people want to join the forces or the services. The point of superheroes in fiction is to show that anyone can be a hero. ANYONE. People of any gender, people of any sexuality, people of any race. 

There is a sad truth in the fact that women do not make up as much of the forces and services that men do, that’s a fact unfortunately. But what needs to be taken into consideration is the amount of time those jobs have been around versus the amount of time people of all genders have been able to join up. Which isn’t an excuse, by the way, it’s just a suggestion.

In a fair world, everyone would get the spotlight they deserve. But there’s not nearly enough time for that unfortunately. 

People of all genders deserve equal attention because people of all genders can do amazing things. 

AND ANOTHER NOTE

People don’t automatically become “heroes” when they join the forces or services, or do any of the “hero-y” jobs that have been listed on this post. And to say that the only people worth talking about are the people who’ve died in combat is disgusting.

The family I have overseas currently serving would not find a Black Widow or Mockingbird movie disrespectful, by the way. They’d fucking love it. 

(Reblogged from oh-my-godstiel)

clintbartons:

Marvel Comics Meme → [01/05 Costumes]

Billy Kaplan

(Reblogged from dcuniversewatchtower)
Forget stardust—you are iron. Your blood is nothing but ferrous liquid. When you bleed, you reek of rust. It is iron that fills your heart and sits in your veins. And what is iron, really, unless it’s forged?

You are iron.

And you are strong.
n.t.  (via perfect)
(Reblogged from brat-in-training)