mt
shoreless seas and stars uncounted

The White Lady of Rohan.

The White Lady of Rohan.

vtforpedro:

Good god why is this cracking me up so much

doctor who + tumblr (1/?)

dion-thesocialist:

rakshar:

dion-thesocialist:

I apologize to everyone whose grammar I ever corrected before I learned not to be a tool.

your forgiven.

You’re… really sweet to do that. Thanks.

William Hartnell said from the very beginning “This [show] is gonna run forever and ever and ever” - Carole Ann Ford. 

rumbleraven:

I only have two pair of pants.

rumbleraven:

I only have two pair of pants.

internetexplwhorer:

look at the stars, look how they shine for you

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because-chris-evans:

durnesque-esque:

littlelottie:

I did a thing…

you did a beautiful thing

you did a perfect thing

denchgang:

amoyed:

does coldplay still exist

yeah people coldplay as batman, loki, all sorts :)

asylum-art:

Awesome aerial photos of Iceland by Sarah Martinet

on Facebook, 500px

French photographer Sarah Martinet recently took an excursion from her usual wedding and portrait work to shoot this fantastic series of aerial landscapes of Iceland. Capturing the Nordic country’s beautiful, lush hills and valleys was no easy task. Sarah hung herself out the side of an open airplane to get these unobstructed shots of the Icelandic countryside. Every mountain peak, rushing waterfall, and flowing waterway is able to be seen all at once in each terrific shot thanks to the hard to get angles. She has much more of her work from Iceland, including many she shot on the ground which allowed to get some great intimate shots of an Iceland viking village

slayboybunny:

I just tried to discretely use one if the body sprays at work cuz it was called Fantasy Forest and I was like…. I’m down…. BUT IT JUST SMELLS LIKE REALLY STRONG DIRT AND A GUY YELLED “WHO SPRAYED THAT FOREST ELF SHIT” FROM ACROSS THE STORE

madelineyo:

pocketspooks:

locksandglasses:

I remember when I thought people in their 20’s were adults. Now all of my friends are in their 20’s and everybody is just kind of fumbling around bumping into each other, trying to figure out where the free food is

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Excellent gif use

trimmingtheverge:

unexplained-events:

Genie
The name given to a feral child who spent the first thirteen years of her life locked inside a bedroom. She spent most of that time strapped to a potty chair and if she was lucky, she would get wrapped up in a sleeping bag and placed in an enclosed crib.
Her father would beat her and torture her. He also barked and growled at her like a dog in-order to scare her. By the time she was discovered by L.A authorities on November 4, 1970 , she was mostly mute. She had a vocabulary of about 20 words, most of which were negative (such as “stop it” and “no more.”)
Documentary [X]

I loved this doc. Such a sad sad story but something about it made me watch it to the end

Oh, but Genie was (and still is) a very important figure in 1st language acquisition research. Based on her linguistic development linguists could determine crucial periods of language acquisition; what’s interesting, she had difficulties in learning verbal language, but developed quite rich body language, which also led to new theories on the role of lateralization of human brain.Quite fascinating, if you ask me.

trimmingtheverge:

unexplained-events:

Genie

The name given to a feral child who spent the first thirteen years of her life locked inside a bedroom. She spent most of that time strapped to a potty chair and if she was lucky, she would get wrapped up in a sleeping bag and placed in an enclosed crib.

Her father would beat her and torture her. He also barked and growled at her like a dog in-order to scare her. By the time she was discovered by L.A authorities on November 4, 1970 , she was mostly mute. She had a vocabulary of about 20 words, most of which were negative (such as “stop it” and “no more.”)

Documentary [X]

I loved this doc. Such a sad sad story but something about it made me watch it to the end

Oh, but Genie was (and still is) a very important figure in 1st language acquisition research. Based on her linguistic development linguists could determine crucial periods of language acquisition; what’s interesting, she had difficulties in learning verbal language, but developed quite rich body language, which also led to new theories on the role of lateralization of human brain.
Quite fascinating, if you ask me.

#genie
amazingmahu: hi. ^_^

HIII! :D

Does anybody here remember Vera Lynn?
With a purple umbrella and a fifty cent hat
Roll away your stone and I’ll roll away mine
All that I have is a river
Life it seems, will fade away

(wow this came out kinda sad)

Oh hi!

There’s a man at hand, there’s a way between,
It’s awfully considerate of you to think of me
You get a shiver in the dark, it’s a raining in the park but meantime,
Let’s walk together
You heard my voice

(what even)

say hi and i’ll put my ipod on shuffle and make a poem out of first lines of the first five songs