musicalluna:

CLINTASHA AU - The woes of a superspy couple.

"You’re mad at me for forgetting your fake birthday?! But that wasn’t even in the file!"

oh my god, it’s almost like there’s a real movie.

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First Kuragehime trailer!

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Hello new followers + Facebook page (finally!)

blackcrane56-cosplay:

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Photo by: TDP

So since my last post, I’ve gotten some new followers, hello and thank you for taking a look~! :D
The last month I’ve been busy with work and also attending SMASH! in Sydney, which continues to be one of the best cons every year.

And also, I’ve finally opened up a cosplay…


shameless self reblogging for signal boost 8’Db


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rupoor:

Miles Edgeworth makes an unlikely friend
aa_69min day 4 [CAMPING]

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narcotic:

officialpuppy:

daisy meeting her new sister for the first time…. I think she likes her

THIS MAKES ME SO HAPPY

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echoing-artemis:

rotaesshinies:

bookgeekconfessions:

booksandhotchocolate:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released seven years ago - July 21, 2007.

I CANNOT BELIEVE THAT WAS 7 YEARS AGO!

First in line at Dymocks Sydney! Oh yes :D

LET ME TELL YOU A STORY

Seven years ago I was at Sectus London, a Harry Potter convention that was already organised when JKR announced the release date on the same weekend. The final book was to be launched at midnight, halfway through the con. There was some frantic scrambling (new panels being thrown in, for example), ESPECIALLY when those scans leaked online (con organisers arranged little ribbons to wear - pink if you didn’t read the leaked copy, and green if you were ready and willing to discuss spoilers). The con was at a university, and they organised for the in-house bookstore to be open to hold the launch.

We queued (I was totes first).

We bought our copies.

And then one of the most surreal experiences of my life: we went to the cafeteria, a windowless underground cavern, and read right through the night. Hundreds of people, sprawled out into the wee hours, under florescent lighting, and utterly utterly silent.

Occasionally you would hear little giggles, or stifled sobs, but for the most part it was just ringing silence.

The impact this series had on our generation is phenomenal.

9am the next day spoiler programming started and a panelist ripped out the epilogue in front of everyone. Good times.

Seriously this experience - and the books as a whole - will stay with me absolutely forever.


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hannibalmorelikecannibal:

Hannibal: the Musical at SDCC

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