"Regardez-vous le blogger Americain"

Caroline: 22-year-old writer, musician, fangirl and travel nut who does not feel at all like the grownup I supposedly am.
Coffee, tea, music, and books make me happy. Scotland is my second home. Oklahoma is my first. Lover of Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Hunger Games, Sherlock, Cabin Pressure, Merlin, Downton, Les Miserables (and musicals in general), Tolkien, Narnia, Marvel movies and all things generally nerd-ish. Also a lover of the wonderful Ylvisåker brothers.
DFTBA.

reyesrobbies:

so remember during poa when malfoy grabbed the back of harry’s broom to slow him down during the final match? and everyone was outraged because who even does that?! 

quidditch through the ages has a chapter on foul plays in quidditch and says that 90% of the fouls listed in history aren’t possible anymore because of the strict wand laws during games but ‘of the remaining 10% it is safe to say that most would not even occur to even the dirtiest player' - guess what's number one

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(via mbrainspaz)

andiamburdenedwithgloriousfeels:

because-thats-what-people-do:

thesonicscrew:

did he fucking decapitate someone?

he hit a woman who had a sling on her arm in that arm

i’ve been laughing at Hugh Jackman’s face for five fucking minutes 
And Michael does a Magneto hand

(Source: theworldofcinema, via owlcityismydivision)

nothingeverlost:

dongofachilles:

Sirius totally knowing Remus’ middle name is John but whenever he breaks out the full name he’ll throw in ridiculous middle names like

"Of COURSE he got a perfect score on the Charms exam, HE’S REMUS THADDEUS LUPIN"

"REMUS MICHELANGELO LUPIN, I AM SURPRISED AT YOU"

Fuck, Remus Elizabeth Lupin—”

headcanon accepted

(via starkint)

shannananan:

the-vashta-nerada:

you know how in musicals the couple will start singing the same song no matter how far apart they are

what if that happened in real life

what if you were just at a restaurant one day and you started rANDOMLY SINGING because your soulmate decided to sing a duet in the shower

"yes, I would like the bacon and eggs breakfast speciAND AT LAST I SEE THE LIGHT, AND IT’S LIKE THE FOG HAS LIFTED."

(via unironically--enthusiastic)

g2gfast:

today my little brother (hes six) put a seashell to his ear and told me the ocean said im a nerd

(Source: africans, via liamdryden)

curiosamathematica:

The Google trend for the search query “quadratic formula”.
It repeats in the same pattern every year. Down in summer, up in September, down again in December and up again in spring time before going down again in the summer. And so it goes on forever.

curiosamathematica:

The Google trend for the search query “quadratic formula”.

It repeats in the same pattern every year. Down in summer, up in September, down again in December and up again in spring time before going down again in the summer. And so it goes on forever.

(via owlcityismydivision)

daleksarecute:

teenboypopstar:

freshmountains:

"i wish i had a british accent"

ah yes, the british accentimage

the singular british accent

OH MAN IRELAND IS GONNA HAVE A SHIT FIT ABOUT THIS POST

IN YORKSHIRE YOU HAVE A DIFFERENT ACCENT TO YOUR NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOUR

(Source: freshmountains, via unironically--enthusiastic)

maliataete:

queerbriel:

welcome to womens clothing where the sizes are made up and the measurements don’t matter

(via anchoredinsass)

Seven years since Deathly Hallows came out excuse me while I go put my scarf on and cry

(Source: memewhore, via death-by-lulz)

We the Kings - Check Yes Juliet

bring-me-alex-gaskarth:

EVERYONE LIKED THIS SONG AT ONE POINT IN THEIR LIFE

(via bandgeekfromgallifrey)

lukeisherenow:

r u serious rn

(Source: madeof-starlight, via ylvisfaen)

randomactsofdouchebaggery:

God bless ‘what’s his name’.

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(Source: lejazzhot, via bandgeekfromgallifrey)

tonydinozzos:

i was just showing my mom how to paste something into her text message on her phone and i was like “double tap in the the text box” “the text box” “the text box” and she was just pointing to random places on her screen that weren’t the text box and all i could think of was

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(Source: tonydinozzos, via to-silverglass)

banksterlife:

Rory McIlroy’s dad just made over $340,000 on a bet that his kid would win the Open Championship
- According to the BBC’s Andrew Cotter, 10 years ago Rory McIlroy's father, Gerry, and three friends made a legal bet of 400 British pounds (100 each, equivalent to $170.87 currently) that the then-15-year-old would win the Open Championship by the age of 26.
On Sunday, the Northern Irishman will be 25 years, 2 months and 16 days, meaning his father and friends would collect 200,000 pounds (roughly $341,730). Though the bet actually stipulated that the younger McIlroy would win by the time he was 25, Cotter confirmed that even though McIlroy’s 25th birthday has passed, the wager still counts as he has not yet turned 26.

McIlroy won his first major, the U.S. Open, at age 22 and followed that up with his second major at the PGA Championship the following year. He went winless in majors in 2013, but is poised to take the third leg of the grand slam on Sunday with a 6-stroke lead over Rickie Fowler at Royal Liverpool.
It’s just another reason for the father and former barman to be very proud and thankful for his son’s golfing talent.

banksterlife:

Rory McIlroy’s dad just made over $340,000 on a bet that his kid would win the Open Championship

- According to the BBC’s Andrew Cotter, 10 years ago Rory McIlroy's father, Gerry, and three friends made a legal bet of 400 British pounds (100 each, equivalent to $170.87 currently) that the then-15-year-old would win the Open Championship by the age of 26.

On Sunday, the Northern Irishman will be 25 years, 2 months and 16 days, meaning his father and friends would collect 200,000 pounds (roughly $341,730). Though the bet actually stipulated that the younger McIlroy would win by the time he was 25, Cotter confirmed that even though McIlroy’s 25th birthday has passed, the wager still counts as he has not yet turned 26.

McIlroy won his first major, the U.S. Open, at age 22 and followed that up with his second major at the PGA Championship the following year. He went winless in majors in 2013, but is poised to take the third leg of the grand slam on Sunday with a 6-stroke lead over Rickie Fowler at Royal Liverpool.

It’s just another reason for the father and former barman to be very proud and thankful for his son’s golfing talent.