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[muffled crying in the distance] really good harmonies in musicals


gold and silver


Can you imagine it though

the only thing that could possibly make Vetinari more intimidating would be a spinning desk chair

And then Leonard invents it (probably calling it the ‘chair-that-spins-at-the-slightest-provocation-and-if-you-stand-on-it-you’ll-fall-and-break-your-neck’)

Just imagine how boss he would look slowly spinning to face the Assasin Guild leader or Mister Boggis

They would be even more terrified than usual


so sorry for my delayed response to this email, i have been very swamped being a confused and frightened idiot who can’t do basic life tasks like respond to her emails


IM HERE, IM QUEER, AND IM full of existential fear

100% proven zodiac analyses

'aries: short-tempered kind-hearted babies
taurus: stubborn knucklehead cuties who are nice to everyone
gemini: intelligent blabber-mouths w a great sense of humor
cancer: over-emotional compassionate lil cupcakes
leo: melodramatic fun-loving fucks
virgo: creative whiny pissbabies who are intellectually stimulating
libra: ditsy carefree pacifist qts
scorpio: intensely emotional secretive bad bitches
sagittarius: honest philosophical travel-agents who don't give a fuck
capricorn: organized self-driven sarcastic dickheads
aquarius: extroverted detached open-minded freaks
pisces: sensitive lazyasses who are ideological + creatively stimulating


Based on Double Fine’s “Costume Quest”.


the les mis fandom actually terrifies me because its been around for like 300 years in some form and every so often a movie happens and it rises like a sea serpent from the ocean, swallows two of my dearest friends and retreats beneath the waves for another few centuries


Slytherin wasn’t the only founder to leave a concealed chamber at Hogwarts— before her death, Helga Huffelpuff created a secret room which would help all students, regardless of house affiliation or purity of blood. It’s been called many things throughout the centuries; today it’s known as the Room of Requirement.