skt4ng:

"Corpo Em Evidencia" | Thairine Garcia Photographed by Nicole Heiniger for Harper’s Bazaar Brazil January 2014 

skt4ng:

"Corpo Em Evidencia" | Thairine Garcia Photographed by Nicole Heiniger for Harper’s Bazaar Brazil January 2014 

I hate when people say “women should leave some things to the imagination” like WTF do y’all think women are hiding under their shirt? A baby goat??? The Bridge to Terabithia?? Get the fuck…

wesleystattoo:

Solving a problem on the Hale way by simply slowly back away 

bassteel:

Anonymous said: Dan hugging Kyle or Dan hugging Ralph?

cbhermitwriter972:

grawly:

kootiepie:

saki-hyuuga:

gangbanglerfish:

WAIT, HOW OLD ARE JESSIE AND JAMES!????

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did some of you guys really think they were older than 18

what the FUCK

I thought they were like 30 tbh

crocodilepatronus:

………..Kim K game getting a lil too real….. 

rosehatahway:

I only make 40,000 a year. Maybe I should kill myself.

the-cumberbandit:

"It’s a disgrace, sending your little brother into danger like that. Family is all we have in the end, Mycroft Holmes."

I feel like in the context of His Last Vow, Mycroft’s reaction in this scene makes a lot more sense.

I’ve always thought Mycroft’s “Oh, shut up, Mrs. Hudson!” was a strange, and bizarrely strong, reaction on his part. It’s true that he’s capable of being just as callouss and socially inept as Sherlock, but we also know that his position has caused him to develop a certain level of manners and diplomacy. It seems out of character for him to lose his composure just because a sweet old lady chastises him.

Unless she was touching on a sensitive subject.

Imagine that this line in His Last Vow implies what we think it implies: that there was a third Holmes brother, and that Mycroft was somehow involved in his demise.

If he’s harboring guilt about this it’s no wonder he prickles at Mrs. Hudson’s seemingly innocent comment.

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