Once upon a time...

Once upon a time... I post everything that makes my heart beat faster.

fuckyeahangelina:

Congrats!

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fuckyeahangelina:

Congrats!

Today at the Disney Store

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  • Woman yelling at her daughter: For God's sake, you are 23 and you DO NOT need a Pooh stuffed animal.
  • Daughter: I want it and I'm buying it.
  • Woman: This is ridiculous.
  • Me: If it makes you feel any better, I'm 19 and I just bought a doll for myself.
  • All the other CMs: Yeah, you're never too old for Disney.
  • And the random guy in line with an entire Vinylmation box: To be honest, these are for me.

I want to have a Harry Potter movie marathon with the full un-cut versions.

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huffingtonpost:

THIS MAN HAS ALS, AND HIS ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH. THEN IT’LL MAKE YOU CRY

The video begins humorously as Anthony Carbajal, a photographer, dresses up in a neon bikini top and soaps up a car before being doused with ice water. 

So watch the full video here and laugh out loud at the first half and then get ready to tear up in the second half. 

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edwardspoonhands:

Suddenly I’m a Pittsburgh fan…one baby is all it took.

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mcroosa:

Mommy teaching babby easier water drinking way because drinking water is hard experience u get it in your nose. Jesus how she puts her paw on his head in the second one. Such concern and love.

THIS IS THE CUTEST THING I HAVE EVER FUCKING SEEN FROM CATS EVER

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entertainmentweekly:

Robin Williams in Aladdin: Animator Eric Goldberg remembers drawing Genie.

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entertainmentweekly:

Robin Williams in Aladdin:

Animator Eric Goldberg remembers drawing Genie.

e-mprov:

Nanu nanu

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e-mprov:

Nanu nanu

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micdotcom:

How Robin Williams and ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ changed the way we think about gender and sexuality

In the early ’90s, like many other future millennials, I was learning how to walk on my own, how to use words and even what it meant to inhabit my gender identity. Mrs. Doubtfire appeared on the silver screen just one month after I celebrated my 5th birthday, and Williams’ transcendent performance unwittingly helped me celebrate parts of myself society would soon teach me to suppress and shame — my own identities as a queer, gender-nonconforming and male-bodied intersectional feminist.

In the days and months ahead, there will surely be countless tributes to a man who had an indisputable impact on America’s comedic landscape. But for me, Williams will always be the man who first taught me that it was OK to explore the non-binary expanses of my childhood identity, to be both strong and caring and to empathize with causes and people who aren’t mainstream and face everyday discrimination.

Here are a few of the moments that had such an indelible impact on my life

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burgerkinginthenorth:

Despite all our differences I think we can all agree on one thing

Robin Williams was a fucking gift to humanity

Let’s make the Flubber movie cover the most reblogged picture on Tumblr.

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thewinchesterswagger:

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HOW IS THIS THE FIRST TIME I’VE SEEN THIS IT’S ALMOST AT 10 MILLION WTF

Yes let’s do it for him.

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sktagg23:

Reblogging this in honor of Robin Williams. Please, if you are battling depression or suicidal thoughts, I desperately urge you to talk to someone. I will listen, and so will the people at this number.

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sktagg23:

Reblogging this in honor of Robin Williams. Please, if you are battling depression or suicidal thoughts, I desperately urge you to talk to someone. I will listen, and so will the people at this number.

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Rest in Peace, Robin Williams.
July 21st, 1951 - August 11th, 2014

Thank you for bringing joy into my childhood and life with your voice and acting. Thank you for your contagious jokes, your wacky impersonations, and amazing acting. Thank you for making my childhood experience better, and thank you for bringing joy to those even though you battled with your own joy. If only you could have known how much you’ve impacted people. Your life work will live on, and you will never be forgotten. I know I won’t forget you. Thank you for helping me whenever I felt sad and having a film for every mood. Gone, but never forgotten.

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