nahsiah:

HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY AWESOME PAL WENDA!!! *tackle-hugs*
So…obviously, I had practically forced her favorite Sterek to send her their love, along with the usual birthday balloons~
After so many years I’m finally getting hang of drawing her beloved characters (I think! Hahahaha, btw thanks for putting up with my so many previous attempts of depicting them XD)
Miss you tons and may this year be as fabulous as ever~! *hugs hugs hugs*

nahsiah:

HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY AWESOME PAL WENDA!!! *tackle-hugs*

So…obviously, I had practically forced her favorite Sterek to send her their love, along with the usual birthday balloons~

After so many years I’m finally getting hang of drawing her beloved characters (I think! Hahahaha, btw thanks for putting up with my so many previous attempts of depicting them XD)

Miss you tons and may this year be as fabulous as ever~! *hugs hugs hugs*

All of the Stilinski family hugs

(Source: maybehonestly)

sophielostandfound:

swingsetindecember:

tweetwolf:

Deucalion and Gerard face-off in the old folks home… “I! AM! SENIORWOLF!”

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petition to have jeff b davis be the new showrunner

seconded

nahsiah:

A little sketch for my awesome fic-writing buddy wiskix and her upcoming Teen Wolf fanfic~ 
For those of you who are interested, definitely go check out her AO3 some time, she writes amazing fan-fictions!

nahsiah:

A little sketch for my awesome fic-writing buddy wiskix and her upcoming Teen Wolf fanfic~ 

For those of you who are interested, definitely go check out her AO3 some time, she writes amazing fan-fictions!

nahsiah:

"Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth."—Arthur Conan Doyle

nahsiah:

"Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth."
—Arthur Conan Doyle

nahsiah:

*Imaginary narrator speaks in deep, coarse, whispery voice*"Beneath the mask of charm, Evil comes with a smile."
Sorry for the lame intro. 
Tom Riddle and the Basilisk for this week’s Wizarding Wednesday!

nahsiah:

*Imaginary narrator speaks in deep, coarse, whispery voice*
"Beneath the mask of charm, Evil comes with a smile."

Sorry for the lame intro

Tom Riddle and the Basilisk for this week’s Wizarding Wednesday!

nahsiah:

Saw this Tweet earlier today….

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and then this happened….image

Introducing Teddy-Bear Jedi.

G’night Tumblr!

tomhardyvariations:

Guardian writer/critic/Twitslinger Peter Bradshaw reviews Locke:

Tom Hardy is mesmerising in an engrossing solo thriller
This supremely gripping one-man drama is a perfect vehicle for Tom Hardy’s pent-up brilliance

For years, I remained stolidly baffled while all around, critics simpered and swooned at the words “Tom Hardy”. The mere mention of his name caused hardened reviewers to whinny ecstatically as they slid to the floor. Well, it’s time to do some swooning and simpering and whinnying and sliding of my own.

Hardy gives us a masterclass in less-is-more acting for this absolutely engrossing, stripped-down solo piece, written and directed by Steven Knight, the screenwriter of Cronenberg’s Eastern Promises and Frears’s Dirty Pretty Things. For an hour and a half, all you see is Hardy himself, playing a construction manager at the wheel of his car, talking to the people in his life on his hands-free mobile – his boss, his wife, his former assistant. It’s a story so involving, it sounds like someone came up to Knight in the pub, told him his life-story, and the director just scribbled it down on a couple of dozen beermats.

Hardy plays Ivan Locke: a dependable, professional bloke who is about to supervise the pouring of thousands of tonnes of cement into the foundations of a new building in the midlands. But on the eve of the job, he abandons the site and drives south to London. Something momentous is happening, for which he is prepared to sacrifice everything in his life.

Tom Hardy brilliantly suggests a guy with no experience of expressing his emotions, keeping it calm, holding it together, having the necessary phone conversations while the tears start trickling down his face. He looks like an Easter Island statue having a breakdown. At first I thought this might be a glorified radio play. Not a bit of it. You need to keep watching Hardy’s face.

charlidos:

Here’s the new trailer for Locke with Tom Hardy. Yay!

I love this film. :D

tomhardyvariations:

Tom Hardy Is Not a Movie Star |  Esquire US (May 2014) | By Tom Junod | Photographs by Greg Williams