Decided to get all dressed up for the premiere of “An Adventure in Space and Time.” And now “Cosplay the Fourth Doctor” can be checked off my Bucket List.

Decided to get all dressed up for the premiere of “An Adventure in Space and Time.” And now “Cosplay the Fourth Doctor” can be checked off my Bucket List.

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thatgingerkelsey:

cocojigglypuff:

asubmissiveintraining:

recovery-and-happiness:

nightmarecryingalonewithdoritos:

shooti:

IT HAS A BABY

I AM SCREAMING.

Omg I have never seen a baby owl. Asdfghjkl look how cute it is omg

This level of adorable is probably illegal.

"You see son everything beyond this side of the fence is ours "

"I shall call him….. Mini-Me,"

thatgingerkelsey:

cocojigglypuff:

asubmissiveintraining:

recovery-and-happiness:

nightmarecryingalonewithdoritos:

shooti:

IT HAS A BABY

I AM SCREAMING.

Omg I have never seen a baby owl. Asdfghjkl look how cute it is omg

This level of adorable is probably illegal.

"You see son everything beyond this side of the fence is ours "

"I shall call him….. Mini-Me,"

(Source: bunnyfood)

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thatgingerkelsey:

cocojigglypuff:

asubmissiveintraining:

recovery-and-happiness:

nightmarecryingalonewithdoritos:

shooti:

IT HAS A BABY

I AM SCREAMING.

Omg I have never seen a baby owl. Asdfghjkl look how cute it is omg

This level of adorable is probably illegal.

"You see son everything beyond this side of the fence is ours "

"I shall call him….. Mini-Me,"

thatgingerkelsey:

cocojigglypuff:

asubmissiveintraining:

recovery-and-happiness:

nightmarecryingalonewithdoritos:

shooti:

IT HAS A BABY

I AM SCREAMING.

Omg I have never seen a baby owl. Asdfghjkl look how cute it is omg

This level of adorable is probably illegal.

"You see son everything beyond this side of the fence is ours "

"I shall call him….. Mini-Me,"

(Source: bunnyfood)

408,506 notes

bibliophilefiles:

A fairy tale book display in a shop at the Efteling Theme Park in Kaatsheuvel, The Netherland

bibliophilefiles:

A fairy tale book display in a shop at the Efteling Theme Park in Kaatsheuvel, The Netherland

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erinbowman:

This is the true magic of stories. (Illustration by Natasha Kline)

erinbowman:

This is the true magic of stories. (Illustration by Natasha Kline)

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meangreenmuffinmachine said: Mr. Gaiman, how important do you feel the study of the more technical side of writing is? (Like formulaic sentence structure and learning what things like predicates and articles and prepositions are.) Is it essential to being a good writer? Respectfully yours, idontknowifishouldmajorincreativewritinghelp

neil-gaiman:

I think it’s a hundred times more important to know what something is than to know what the technical name for it is. (I can never be sure that I remember what litotes is. I think it’s using a double negative for purposes of dramatic understatement, eg “He was not unattractive.” Or zeugma, which I hope is making a verb do two or three things at once — as in “She drove away in a heartbroken condition and an elderly Ford truck.” “He lifted his spirits, his hat and her hopes.” I’m not even sure that I’ve spelled them right. And I’m not checking, because the point isn’t whether or not I’ve spelled them right, the point, if there is one, is that I know what the things being described are, and how to use them.

How good does your knowledge of grammar have to be? Good enough to write something that’s obviously clear, understandable, English. Good enough to know when you’re breaking the rules and to win an argument when you need to. 

There are great musicians who can’t read music. There are great musicians who cannot tell you the names of chords. There are songwriters and composers who need other people to come in and tell them what they’ve been doing technically, but just because they do not know the names of things does not mean that they are not doing them, or that their work is inferior to that of a different composer who does know exactly what a diminished fifth is.

Me, I’m the kind of person who reads Fowler’s Modern English Usage for pleasure. I like English, like writing in it, like understanding how it’s put together. And mostly, as I said before, I like knowing what the rules are for when I break them, because I can quietly win arguments with editors or copy editors that way.

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pardeemonster:

"The Wright Stuff"
A dedication to the films of Edgar Wright.
This print will be on display and for sale at Gallery 1988’s insane Edgar Wright art show opening TOMORROW! All details here on Edgar Wright’s blog.

pardeemonster:

"The Wright Stuff"

A dedication to the films of Edgar Wright.

This print will be on display and for sale at Gallery 1988’s insane Edgar Wright art show opening TOMORROW! All details here on Edgar Wright’s blog.

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