Reblog if I can send you darker starters.
Good morning, everyone! Today I am giving away a photograph signed by both David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly from the ballroom scene in Labyrinth. Concerning authenticity, read here. You will find the rules below.
// Okay. As some of you may have heard last night, we had an accident with my
baby computer. She It is going to the computer doctor this morning in a few hours and HOPEFULLY he will be able to fix her.
I have no idea what to do with my life anymore I might be a little difficult to answer threads for a bit but I am doing my best.
Thank you for all the messages last night offering words of encouragement. I like to think that my tumblr family understands that having something unexpectedly happen to your computer can be devastating if you don’t have contingency plans in effect. Fortunately, I’ll only be loosing the last few weeks if anything because of my external hard drive (I think). There’s still quite a bit I’ll be without, but here’s to hoping.
Only Lovers Left Alive (FUENTE: http://vk.com/doc-20395388_184169660?hash=fed5459ed60c4f3525)
We’re all going to be like
prepare your stashes of food, water and a comfy pillow to rest your head in: YOU SHALL NOT SEPARATE FROM YOUR COMPUTER THIS NOVEMBER!
is pansexuality not caring if you find an alligator
Iron Man has defeated the Mandarin.
I tried to ignore this post but dammit, I just couldn’t do it.
Midgard had been…exhausting. Trying, as well. Humanity was so much more fickle than he had been prepared for. They liked each other one second and then in the next, were at each other’s throats.
Nearly a month passed and thankfully, Liege was able to make his leave. At home, in Asgard, waited his wife and son; his heart leaped at the thought.
There was a welcoming party waiting for him. He wasn’t surprised. He searched the small group for Eris, and then heard her voice. A wide smile broke out on his face and with quick strides, he closed the distance between them. He took her in a tight hug, lifting her off of the ground, before planting a soft kiss on her lips.
“Hello, darling,” he murmured to her, nosing her affectionately, looking at her like she was the only thing in the world at that moment.
His arms were tight yet gentle as the king picked her up. Eris giggled, giddy with excitement and closed her eyes on instinct as they kissed. Nothing else mattered at this moment, just that he was home and they were together again. One day, one month, one year, it didn’t matter. Away was away to her. She’d miss him just as heavily.
Eris returned his affections, pulling her head back to look up, unable to wipe the smile from her lips. Her fingers lifted to his brow, tucking a stray hair behind his ear before cupping his cheek. “I’m happy to see you. Now come! Tell me of your trip!” She turned, never disconnecting herself from him as the goddess intertwined their arms together to begin walking, ignoring the fussy nature of the welcome party. “You’re just in time for dinner, my love! Everyone’s excited to see you again.”
A single finger curled lazily around a lock of raven hair as the goddess sighed. She’d been sitting in the library, trying to distract herself but finding her spot to be unbeneficial in any studies. Loki had been gone nearly a month, three weeks to be exact, with proceedings and meetings down on Midgard. I swear, they’d starve and kill each other off in a matter of weeks if it weren’t for my husband, she thought idly, giving a sigh.
But there it was. The sign she’d waited for, perking up immediately. The Bifrost had activated and the stars danced as it received company. Her eyes lit up, leaving her things just as they were before turning and vanishing, reappearing part way across the Rainbow Bridge herself. The few members of the welcome party were already there, fussing as usual while she sprinted, breathless, to the site.
“Darling!” Eris shouted upon spotting him, her step turning into a walk as she smiled, a euphoric high taking her senses from the sight of him alone. “Welcome home.”