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I'm Courtney and my blog is basically about my loves, interests and anything and everything I enjoy- Lord Of the Rings, Hobbit, Supernatural, Marvel, Game of Thrones, Being Human, Breaking Bad fandoms. But take a look because there are way too many more things to list :) . I'm 19 and from Alberta, Canada.

Sep 2 '14

iammagicitself:

# still the best moment in a tv show ever

(Source: princesconsuela)

Sep 2 '14
Sep 2 '14
lacabezallena:

stunningpicture:

Its nice to get away from all the city noise

There’s a bear in your porch btw

lacabezallena:

stunningpicture:

Its nice to get away from all the city noise

There’s a bear in your porch btw

Sep 2 '14

niick4:

Running seems like a great idea until you actually start running

(Source: stability)

Sep 2 '14
Sep 2 '14

(Source: atigerlily)

Sep 2 '14
Sep 2 '14
Sep 2 '14

(Source: viridianlavinia)

Sep 2 '14

perkamentus:

mythology meme - one of three locations: the river styx

The River Styx (Greek: Στύξ, Stux, also meaning “hate” and “detestation”) is a river in Greek mythology which forms the boundary between Earth and the Underworld. It circles the Underworld nine times. The rivers Styx, Phlegethon, Acheron, and Cocytus all converge at the center of the underworld on a great marsh. The other important rivers of the underworld are Lethe and Eridanos, and Alpheus.

The gods respected the Styx and swore binding oaths on it. Zeus swore to give Semele whatever she wanted and was then obliged to follow through, resulting in her death. Helios similarly promised Phaëton whatever he desired, also resulting in his death. Gods that did not follow through on such an oath had to drink from the river, causing them to lose their voices for nine years, then being exiled from the council of gods for nine years after that. According to some versions, Styx had miraculous powers and could make someone invulnerable. According to one tradition, Achilles was dipped in it in his childhood, acquiring invulnerability, with exception of his heel, by which his mother held him. This is the source of the expression Achilles’ heel, a metaphor for a vulnerable spot.

Sep 2 '14
Sep 2 '14
Sep 2 '14

(Source: askboggle)

Sep 2 '14
hoopsandboobs:

when my outfit ain’t on point

hoopsandboobs:

when my outfit ain’t on point

(Source: methflavor)

Sep 2 '14

thefishcrow:

arsillanola:

arsillanola:

Japanese t-shirts with English text are my favourite thing in the world

Bonus:

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I DID NOT SPEND MY WHOLE LUNCH HOUR SCOURING THE MALL FOR ONE NOTE.

Why does this not have more notes? These are wonderful!