A ginger world would be cool!

#holly grabs gail and pulls her in for a kiss and gail kisses back but then holly’s hand slides from her neck to her face #and holly just moves back a fraction giving gail a choice #but gail just sways into holly and follows after her and kisses back #and there’s that spark of intimacy #holly gives gail the choice and gail doesn’t part from her for even a second #she moves forward as holly moves back #it’s such a little moment #but for me it says so much about how deeply they feel for each other #i really really like that moment (via reckless-deception)
The point of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

the point of pouring a shit ton of ice water over yourself is because when one suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) one of the affects the disease has is a numbness throughout the body, as well as struggling to breathe, and both these are meant to temporarily happen when doused in freezing water. It’s to raise awareness of what ALS feels like and encourage donations towards research and cures.

My karate instructor was talking about this today (he did the #icebucketchallenge - I hope the video finds its way online) and how people are ticked off of the waste of water. He said it’s for a good cause where they’ve more than doubled what they did last year. How can you be upset with that? 

Alanis Morissette just recently did it and it was hilarious! 

loverofcastle:

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iwriteaboutfeminism:

Less than 3 miles from where Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson, another young black man was gunned down by police this afternoon in North St. Louis.

Oh, isn’t this cute. No one mentions the knife he was wielding. That said, I know a few years back this happened to a young man - who happened to be white - and everyone there kept telling the cops the same thing. They just shot him up. They are told to shoot to kill any time they feel their life is threatened. Even “unarmed” and they feel the person is being the weapon. I’m not sure why no one knows this. 

loverofcastle:

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rupertgrintchina:

Exclusive: The cast of Broadway’s ‘It’s Only a Play’ reenacts Ellen’s Oscar selfie

By Marc Snetiker on Aug 19, 2014 at 6:03PM 
Imagine if Jennifer Lawrence were Rupert Grint.
Okay, now take that one step further and replace Ellen DeGeneres with Matthew Broderick, Bradley Cooper with Nathan Lane, Angelina Jolie with Megan Mullally, Meryl Streep with Stockard Channing, and so on and so forth. See what we’re getting at?
Ellen’s epic Oscar selfie gets sent up, Broadway style, in the first look at the upcoming comedyIt’s Only a Play. The production examines the frantic behind-the-scenes antics of a new Broadway show and the eccentric creative and business types behind it. The link to Ellen’s selfie is directly inspired by a moment in the revised script by Terrence McNally, who has refreshed the play for the 2014 audience.
Given the starry cast (not to mention the reunion of The Producers pair Lane and Broderick), expect It’s Only a Play to be one of this fall’s hottest tickets. F. Murray Abraham and newcomer Micah Stock round out the cast of the Jack O’Brien-directed Broadway play, which will open on October 9 for a limited 18-week engagement at the Schoenfeld Theatre. Previews begin August 28.

rupertgrintchina:

Exclusive: The cast of Broadway’s ‘It’s Only a Play’ reenacts Ellen’s Oscar selfie

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Imagine if Jennifer Lawrence were Rupert Grint.

Okay, now take that one step further and replace Ellen DeGeneres with Matthew Broderick, Bradley Cooper with Nathan Lane, Angelina Jolie with Megan Mullally, Meryl Streep with Stockard Channing, and so on and so forth. See what we’re getting at?

Ellen’s epic Oscar selfie gets sent up, Broadway style, in the first look at the upcoming comedyIt’s Only a Play. The production examines the frantic behind-the-scenes antics of a new Broadway show and the eccentric creative and business types behind it. The link to Ellen’s selfie is directly inspired by a moment in the revised script by Terrence McNally, who has refreshed the play for the 2014 audience.

Given the starry cast (not to mention the reunion of The Producers pair Lane and Broderick), expect It’s Only a Play to be one of this fall’s hottest tickets. F. Murray Abraham and newcomer Micah Stock round out the cast of the Jack O’Brien-directed Broadway play, which will open on October 9 for a limited 18-week engagement at the Schoenfeld Theatre. Previews begin August 28.

broadwaycom:

IT’S ONLY A PLAY’s Rupert Grint on his “intimidating” co-stars, rooting for the Yankees & why wizards want to be on B’way
make me choose: luvcbalways asked morning/sleepy castle or writer vest castle

bonus ‘cause kb is so adorable :’)

gollyriot:

Not exactly a fairytale…

meryamafan:

Castkett ‘s bedroom scenes part 1