Villains Don't Get Happy Endings.

My name is Nicole. I am just a young adult trying to make it every day despite how broken I am. I have 17 tattoos. I am really lonely so really you're not bothering me if you want to talk. Potterhead, RAVENCLAW, Whovian, Buffy, Angel, Xena, EVIL REGAL!, Star Trek (non-jjabrams),Swan Queen, Bellamione, CAngel, Xena x Gabrielle, Winifred x Wesley, HookFire. I also post my writing; you have been warned. Enjoy.

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How do you know something bad is going to happen? Regina smiles.
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iloveyoulikekanyeloveskanye:

boys like it when youre playfully mean to them. call them names. punch them on the shoulder. murder their families 

(via next-stop-superwholock)

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  • Cas: Dean. Dean!
  • Dean: Cas, what's wrong?
  • Cas: There was a man in the supermarket who knows who I am. He knew I was an angel!
  • Dean: Shit, Cas. Are you okay? Are you hurt?
  • Cas: I'm fine, Dean.
  • Dean: What did he do to you?
  • Cas: He gave me his phone number.
  • Dean: He... He gave you his phone number?
  • Cas: Yes.
  • Dean: Cas, what happened exactly?
  • Cas: I was paying for the groceries when the man behind me asked if it hurt when I fell from Heaven.
  • Cas: Why are you laughing, Dean?
  • Cas: Dean!
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RAIDERS and REBELS: A History of the Golden Age of Piracy (an excerpt)

darkheartedhook:

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In the course of their war, fought over millions of square miles of ocean from Madagascar to the Bahamas to the steamy west coast of Africa, the pirate outlaws became fused into a loose-knit but powerful confederacy—a rough-and-ready republic of rebels, robbers, and rovers.

The pirates also evolved an original and lurid style of life that has become a familiar part of the lore of the western world.

Rum-soaked villains gripping cutlasses in their teeth as they board a helpless victim, swashbuckling captains engaged in flashing swordplay, captives forced to walk the plank, marooned traitors, swaggering earringed mates with a brace of pistols in their belts, chests of glittering gold, deserted tropic isles where fortunes in loot lie buried, the sinister Jolly Roger suddenly grinning from a mast as a swift black hull cuts through the ocean swell—all these images have become inextricably associated with the treasure-hunting pirates of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries.

Yet many of these popular images are false. Few captains were swash- bucklers. No pirate captives ever walked the plank. Real pirates spent their loot. They seldom buried it, even for a short time.

Further, while it is true that the pirates of that era sought to take the treasure of their foes, it was not for treasure alone that the pirate brother- hood waged its war on the world. Most pirates also fought to avenge themselves on an oppressive civilization that they hated and feared. But above all, the rebellious seafarers of that day turned outlaw in order to live as free men in an age that permitted liberty only to the wealthy and the well-born.

(via piratecaptainjones)

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So you say Swan Queen is the only fandom with bullies, huh?

parrilla-holic:

eemersonm:

dontyouevergiveafuck:

magic-is-emotion:

bnaz:

bnaz:

are you sure

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are you really

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really

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really

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fucking

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100%

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SURE

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?!?!?!?!?!?

Okay here goes more:

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No more words necessary.

this makes me want to cry.

this is so out of line.

Some of us (SQ shippers) are not even Gay. WTF is wrong with these people?

I actually am crying. If this isn’t bullying than fucking what is.

Wow…

Nobody tell that last anon about The Fosters or they might have a stroke. Then again…

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(via cailean206)