jchastain:

You wanna play it soft. We’ll play it soft. You wanna play it hard. Let’s play it hard.”

The Fifth Element (1997, dir. Luc Besson)

whattabunchofa-holes asked: it took me this long to figure out who the ef you were omg [also nooooooo that post you reblogged reminded me of the duchess, that movie had such a bitter endingggggg]

that userpic change really threw people off, huh?

[just give us all a julie d’aubigny swashbuckling bisexual biopic mini, universe. we’ve EARNED IT.]

sully-s:

This is my mermaid and officer OCs for a comic I’m writing.

breakinq:

following back tons

that1guyfromgotham asked: Jesus Christ!!! You had Charlie, Ben, and Olivia take on a Boo Hag!?!?! O.o Those things are freaking hard core. And, according to some lore, dangerously smart. The creatures/demons/etc that bump in the night that have a glimmer of human intellect were always the most dangerous I believe. You can outsmart and outgun anything else cause they're more animalistic, bu if it has a glimmer of human wit it's twice as dangerous.

HELL YEAH I DID

(boo hags are some fucking freaky shit, man. would not want to cross one even on a solid day.)

and i couldn’t agree more — a beastie monster, you just deal with animal instincts and that’s that. something that’s got intellect and cunning, though… also, humanoid creatures would be more difficult to put down because there’d be a part of you that might hesitate — feels more like murder when the thing looks human-ish.

ladies who should be playing mythical head bitches in charge | HAYLEY ATWELL as JULIE D’AUBIGNY, master swordswoman and opera singer, who had seduced noblemen and nuns, whose flamboyance and wild lifestyle inspired romances after her death.

“What do you wish for?” The duke’s son asks, and she smiles at him over the rim of her wine glass, watches him watch her. He still moves stiffly from where her sword had pierced his shoulder - fine act, that. Fine art, fencing. Penetration was always a man’s sport, was it not? She looks at his sweet young mouth, and thinks of a dozen other lovers, of counts and ministers and prim young ladies and the lauded courtesans of the opera; she casts her eyes downwards. What freedom, to make your own name. D’Aubigny, she thinks, and then thinks of the meek maidens in the popular novels, half penny worth papers about the girls they teach you to be. “To inspire novels,” she replies.

theotherwesley:

Me getting up in the morning like 

Hittin’ the keyboard like

Friends comin’ online like

DID YOu SEE tHE THINGg MY GOD

Documenting trips makes them that much richer. I stick in train tickets and business cards from restaurants. It makes the whole experience poetic, describing the sights, smells and sounds around me. It means I can relive the holiday years later.

verysharpteeth asked: ENVER! Fingers crossed that he's the eventual love interest that we know is gonna happen? Because I don't think I could stand for that being Chad Michael Murray.

(still crossing my fingers for a gabe romance subplot at some point BUT)

i would SO be down for seeing enver and hayley in a state of dishabille, faces in close proximity, OH BOY WOULD I EVER

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