— The Killers —


— Mr. Brightside —


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paperbeatsscissors:

some forest sprite doodles from today.

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— Death Cab For Cutie —


— I Will Follow You Into The Dark —


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The person I reblogged this from deserves to be happy.

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frozenweirdo:

Nicholas St. North

North is a warrior with a heart of gold. Fierce, demanding, and impulsive, everything about him is larger than life. For North, nothing is impossible as long as he believes in it.

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plotsforall:

Plot #1: Frost Bitten

Muse A is driving along an unfamiliar road on what the meteorologists have dubbed ‘the coldest day of the year’. The sky is overcast and gray, signaling that a blizzard is imminent. Anxious to get home before the snow begins, Muse A drives faster and his/her car slides on a patch of black ice. The car swerves off the road and into a ravine that Muse A is unable to maneuver out of. There’s no cell phone reception here, and there are no other cars passing by. Panic begins to creep in until Muse A hears a sound coming from within the thick of the snow-capped trees. He/She treks into the woods that border the desolate road in hopes of finding help. What little daylight there was is dwindling and the bite of frigid, winter air is setting in. Muse A can barely feel his/her fingers or toes when he/she stumbles upon a small cabin, smoke rising from a thin chimney. Muse B inhabits this cabin. He/She is on his/her way back to the cozy dwelling with an armful of fire wood when he/she spots Muse A, shivering in the ankle-deep snow. Muse B invites Muse A inside to warm up.  

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poppunkmutants:

but have you considered:

  • strong females who don’t denounce femininity or being girly
  • strong females who are “like every other girl” bc why the hell not girls are rad
  • strong females who tear down the culture of girls hating on other girls
  • strong females who are proud to be feminists
  • strong females who support and acknowledge trans women
  • strong females who understand that being strong isn’t synonymous with manly or with “acting like a man”

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jacksswaggieadventures:

Rise of the Guardians/Guardians of Childhood Characters

Book -> Concept -> Movie

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dreamychick:

I don’t know why people have so much hate for this movie. I really like it. Of course their are things wrong with it, and it does have cliché’s. But a lot of the movies out there do. I do not like the 2nd one. At all. But the first one has a certain charm.  

You see, you're invisible, mate. It's like you don't even exist.

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disneyafternoonforever:

FAN QUESTION:

This question is based off of the Gargoyles episode “The Mirror”.

Which member of the Manhattan (Gargoyles) Clan made the best human? Why?

Copyright Disney Enterprises, Inc. All rights reserved.

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thesoulofadragon:

Sandy always being happy for Jack~

I suppose it’s already been well established and discussed what sort of positive role Sandy played for Jack before he was taken down by Pitch. But if you look but don’t see, you’ll miss it. Unlike North, Sandy didn’t seem to want to establish a ‘personal guardian / father figure’ role to Jack. They already seemed to have a cordial relationship. Heck, Sandy knew how to have fun (unlike all the other Guardians; remember how carefree and happy he was during the crazy sled ride?). In fact, I take his behaviour during the sled ride (and everything, really) to be very significant. Because he can’t talk aloud, his actions speak so much louder, so I really do think he must have met Jack before - and known him, perhaps, more intimately than the other Guardians, having probably heard his powerful dreams and wishes over the past 300 years. After all, Sandy isn’t just there to bestow dreams. He listens out for wishes as well.

Toothiana had never met Jack before, only heard hearsay about his teeth (and that’s the only part of him she seemed to care about at first, at least until getting to know him better). North clearly hadn’t concerned himself with the lad prior to his selection as a Guardian — he didn’t even recall that Jack had tried to ‘bust in’ to his city/fortress before, since the yetis probably took care of Jack and didn’t bother their master with it. And Bunny, as we know, had the lowest opinion of Jack at first - and we only know that holding a grudge since ‘68 might not be all of it, as there’s bound to be a natural emnity between the bringers of winter and spring in the first place.

What am I getting at here with my rambling, well… basically it’s that Sandy is awesome. For being the Guardian who says the least, he understands the most. He spent the Golden Age listening out for the wishes of all sentient beings. He must understand humanity and society on a deeper level than anyone else alive today, and yet he’s endlessly kind from the start — most of all to a poor, lonely, cold boy who had no-one else to listen to him. (Oh and if it wasn’t my headcanon that Sandy is aromantic, I would totally be up for shipping him and Jack.)

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beanclam:

And now I will share the highlight of the whole con.

The amazing rufftoon came to my table, complimented my art, bought one of my Jack Frost prints, and gifted me the North nesting dolls pictured here.

There was a lot if internal flailing. And outward flailing as well… Tried to be cool but it didn’t work out. I shook her hand. It was awesome.

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{ gonna be on sweettooth-poet today. }

thneedprince:

thestaffoffrost:

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[ text: ???? ]: holy shit a unicorn

[TEXT] : I think you need to stop.

[ text: ???? ]: I think u need to stop telling me how to live my life