So my little brother found my heels and asked if guys wore heels too.
I told him that its not something that guys really do, not those high of heels anyways, and this is what happened.
He thinks he’s the stuff.
And is convinced that guys need cool high heels too
Now he won’t take them off because he said he’s “too sexy” for boy shoes. He is by far the most interesting part of my day almost everyday.
Take heart, for when the fandoms’ need is greatest: Bradley will rise again.
blaming your parents for your unattractive genetics
When school was over, Misaki went to pick their daughter up and when was with her talked to her, telling her calmly what happened to Takumi and that he was fine. Then they went to the hospital again, back into the room where he was.’Oh, dad!’ Their daughter mumbled as she ran…
THIS MESS THAT YOU'VE MADE, IT'S A SIX-FOOT GRAVE
G I V E A W A Y
Right, recently I’ve barely had any opportunity to blog, so I just wanted to do something small as a way of saying thank you to my followers for bearing with me!
I F Y O U W I N
There will only be one winner who will receive an 100% authentic signed picture of Tom Hiddleston (the exact one in the photograph above).
R U L E S
- You must reblog this post
- LIKES DO NOT COUNT - so please spare my time and don’t like it!
- You do not have to be following me - but since this is a giveaway for my followers, any follows would be highly appreciated!
- Blogs made purely to reblog this post will not be counted
- You may reblog this post only ONCE - I want to make this as fair as possible
F U R T H E R I N F O R M A T I O N
The giveaway will end on on the 21st of April, 12pm GMT, so all entries must be made before then! I will also ship worldwide, so this giveaway is open to everyone, but you must be willing to give me your address, and if you are under 16 you must seek parental consent. If you have any further question, do not hesitate to ask.
M A Y T H E O D D S B E E V E R I N Y O U R F A V O U R
Thor: The Dark World (2013)
Odin and Loki on Jane.
Isn’t it interesting that Odin says, in effect, “don’t attach yourself to humans because their mortality makes them unworthy” while Loki says “don’t attach yourself to humans because their mortality will cause you pain”.
And yet it is Loki who is considered to be the cruel and evil one and Odin the kind father-figure?
It’s like - gasp - Loki’s main concern is protecting his brother’s heart while Odin’s main concern is reinforcing the bigoted notion of Asgardian superiority he’s implanted in Thor’s head.
Of course, Loki is the villain and driven only by jealousy, so we Must (Must!) read an undercurrent of jealousy in his words and assume no sincerity in his concern for Thor to go along with that, but still. Remind me which one of them calls Jane a goat? Which one suggests letting elvish antimatter slowly kill her, and which one repeatedly throws himself between her and danger? I’m having a very hard time keeping it all straight, you know. Damn villains with their protectiveness and all.
I swear this movie was an exercise in seeing how far Loki could NOT ACT VILLAINOUS AT ALL and still have people call him that.