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kiss me before you go

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reducto1art:

We are Groot…
8/8/14 updated: sorry folks, I just noticed that I forgot to draw Rocket’s tail and so now fixed =) And I’m so flattered by all the notes! QwQ
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reducto1art:

We are Groot…

8/8/14 updated: sorry folks, I just noticed that I forgot to draw Rocket’s tail and so now fixed =) And I’m so flattered by all the notes! QwQ

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One doctor said he had a knack for drama, and ever since then, whenever he lost his temper, he could step outside his body and view himself being dramatic.
Cynthia Kadohata, Half a World Away
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One doctor said he had a knack for drama, and ever since then, whenever he lost his temper, he could step outside his body and view himself being dramatic.

Cynthia Kadohata, Half a World Away

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becisvolatile:

codyconnelly:

If you don’t find little, dancing Groot adorable, you have no soul. 

No, you don’t understand. All you fuckers said ‘Yo, go see this movie, it’s hilarious. Not dark like CA:TWS at all’. So I did. 
Dickbags. The lot of you. My heart? My feeeeels. I was not prepared for the gamut of emotions that this film exposed me to. There was messy, unsexy, snotty crying. I emotionally connected to a fucking racoon. Y’all fucking suck. Now hurry up and go see it.
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becisvolatile:

codyconnelly:

If you don’t find little, dancing Groot adorable, you have no soul. 

No, you don’t understand. All you fuckers said ‘Yo, go see this movie, it’s hilarious. Not dark like CA:TWS at all’. So I did. 

Dickbags. The lot of you. My heart? My feeeeels. I was not prepared for the gamut of emotions that this film exposed me to. There was messy, unsexy, snotty crying. I emotionally connected to a fucking racoon. Y’all fucking suck. Now hurry up and go see it.

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paobangboom:

4) Patron Troll
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paobangboom:

4) Patron Troll

(via paperseverywhere)

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DA:O party banters

Alistair - Morrigan [2/16]

(via klc-journei)

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elemei:

i’m currently a dragon age sketch comic blog i guess

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xfreischutz:

goddamnit I love morrigan
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xfreischutz:

goddamnit I love morrigan

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knight-enchanter:

Comment: It seems like you are making games for minority groups, while white straight guys are an afterthought.

Patrick Weekes: I think Straighty is gonna be okay! I think Straighty’s gonna make it through.

David Gaider [laughs]: Stop saying “Straighty”!

Patrick Weekes: I’m allowed to say that - I’m a straight guy. I’m taking the word back!

from a BioWare panel at GaymerX. hahaha this is why i love them

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bidonica:

August Sander

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The first symptoms of [the Holocaust’s] effect upon American Jewish children’s literature came with the release of the English-language edition of Anne Frank’s diary in 1952. Nearly unparalleled in its candid descriptions of the war’s effect on a typical Jewish girl, the story has captured the world’s attention in a way that few books have. However, while the evocative story marked an important high-water mark in Jewish children’s literature, its formidable influence also dominated the form for decades afterwards, and in the late 1950s and 1960s, adolescent Jewish fiction became virtually and irrevocably identified with the Holocaust, despite a wealth of cultural experiences from which the literary Jewish experience could be drawn. While contemporary works feature a wider array of analogues, the specter of the Holocaust still lingers over the genre as a whole. 
—from Children’s Literature Review’s Introduction to Jewish Children’s Literature (2010)
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