h-enrywinter:

The best of The Secret History on twitter (x)

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posted 3 days ago (® h-enrywinter)

Selina’s never been away so long without us before. I guess this is what’s going to be like when our kids go to college, Sweetie. Yeah, dream the fuck on, Dan.

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posted 6 days ago (® veepgifs)

"I don’t believe that intelligence can be accurately quantified, but I do have an IQ of 187, an eidetic memory, and can read 20,000 words per minute. Yes, I’m a genius."

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posted 6 days ago (® alison-hendrix)

maliagecko:

    The second Zane came in, it just clicked. We had a really good time. Robert was just smiling the whole time and laughing while we were playing. After Zane left the room, I could just see him. He’s got this smirk he does and this little laugh. The second I saw that I was like, “All right, that’s the guy.” There was nobody else for the part. Zane’s crushing it.  

D.J. Cotrona

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posted 1 week ago (® maliagecko)
If I love you

is that a fact or a weapon?
- Margaret Atwood, from Power Politics (via thymoss)
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posted 1 week ago (® lifeinpoetry)

j-carterr:

make me choose: mark and doug or carter and benton?

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posted 1 week ago (® sawyersscott)

Favorite Malcolm Tucker scenes
The Thick of It - 3x6 

[2/3]
Malcolm: How fuckin’ dare you? Have you any idea of the amount of pressure that has been exerted on my skull, huh? It feels like my brain has been fuckin’ emptied into little packets, into fuckin’ crisp packets. Cheese and onion fuckin’ crisp packets that contain my livin’, breathin’ fuckin’ brain.
Terri:  
Malcolm, I’m really sorry. I…
Malcolm: 
And these crisp packets, cheese and onion, smoky bacon, have been stomped on. They’ve been fuckin’ stomped on! Ben, fuckin’ Nicola…
Terri: 
I didn’t mean to be horrid.
Malcolm: 
And fuckin’ you!… I’m sorry.
Terri:
I’m sorry.
Malcolm:
I’m sorry.
Terri:
I’m sorry.
Malcolm: 
No, I’m over it, okay? Don’t you apologise. Don’t you fuckin’ apologise. You don’t need to apologise.

poster’s note: His voice trembles when he says “I love this place.” Because he fucking does but he knows he’s not loved in this place. Noone understands him in there, noone understands him this place either. Everybody’s like “Oh, it’s Malcolm. That angry fucking bastard.” He’s so fucking done with this political shit but i think it’s the only thing that he lives for. He doesn’t know how to do any other job. This stress and being “not-loved” are the things that keep him alive. None of you fucktards would survive a day in his place. You don’t know what it’s like to walk in his shoes. And this is where the great Malcolm Tucker starts falling into pieces. This is the beginning of his end. I have tons of things to say but i’m keeping them for the next episode’s set. *spoilers* Where he gets sacked and everybody parties because Malcolm got sacked. Malcolm Tucker is NOT a terrible person. He’s actually nice person who has to do terrible things for everyone’s sake. 

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posted 2 weeks ago (® dadskills)

Villains or heroes, we are all somewhere in between.

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posted 2 weeks ago (® pulpflction)
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posted 3 weeks ago (® donnajosh)

@thehancock: essentially, that would be all anyone really needs in life. it would be so good though.

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posted 4 weeks ago

Semi-spoilerly doctor who spoilers but just to be safe:

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posted 4 weeks ago

Fangirl challenge → [2/10] male characters: Freddie Lyon (The Hour)


"Reveal fleeting moments in history. Not with apology … not as it is now: endless static newsreel … a man who never leaves his desk delivering the story as if it’s the dry five-minute warm-up act before Hancock’s Half Hour. Of course everyone wants to be entertained, but while we’re all busy laughing, Russia is aligning its missiles and declaring World War III. It has to be the hour you can’t miss — the hour you have to see.”
Fangirl challenge → [2/10] male characters: Freddie Lyon (The Hour)

"Reveal fleeting moments in history. Not with apology … not as it is now: endless static newsreel … a man who never leaves his desk delivering the story as if it’s the dry five-minute warm-up act before Hancock’s Half Hour. Of course everyone wants to be entertained, but while we’re all busy laughing, Russia is aligning its missiles and declaring World War III. It has to be the hour you can’t miss — the hour you have to see.”

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posted 1 month ago (® fitz-simmons)

44 people were killed a couple of hours ago at Kennison State University. Three swimmers from the men’s team were killed and two others are in critical condition, when after having heard the explosion from their practice facility they ran into the fire to help get people out.

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posted 1 month ago (® twwgifs)

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