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ARTIST: Scarlet-Glow
TRACK: Do you want to build a snow man
ALBUM: Covers

scarlet-glow:

Do you want to build a snow man reprise. Lyrics by phananigans: 

I have been wanting to cover this and now I finally did! I just loved his lyrics they were so touching and yeah, I hope I don’t dissapoint!My voice isn’t the best but.. I really do wish they would have put this in the movie! :(

 

Lyrics: “Yes I wanna build a snowman…

I’m sorry that it took so long…

I didn’t know I needed you…I really do…

and now you’re gone…

please…just ask me once more…

just one more time…

I promise I’ll open the door

…yes I wanna build a snowman…”

It’s also now on YouTube!
http://youtu.be/2OoWsy7H-Mc

itsbeginningtolookalotlikeshelby:

j-moriarty:

mhyin-mahar:

devinblake:

Fixed.

whoa nice job

i have no idea what the difference between these two gifs are

Her hair phases through her arm in the first gif. In the second it’s fixed

dontscratchtheimpala:

bartonsarrowhead:

vchrisi:

pie-liner-eats-tesseract:

cazadoradeatardeceres:

Avengers - Arcangeles

by: Azriels (http://azriels.tumblr.com/)

this is the best thing I have ever seen ever ever ever. 

EVER.

Excuse me while I think about the perfection of this

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The Archangels <3

Is Nick Fury God then?

enerjax:

IT’S HERE.

enerjax:

IT’S HERE.

whataremonsters:

benedictcumberassbutt:

hellotailor:

liartownusa:

Cotton Fingers package

36 ladytime objects

i refuse to call me period anything other than moonsickness now

We are in fact werewolves

whataremonsters:

benedictcumberassbutt:

hellotailor:

liartownusa:

Cotton Fingers package

36 ladytime objects

i refuse to call me period anything other than moonsickness now

We are in fact werewolves

ivyblossom:

There are lots of things that occur to me far later than they should. The thing about Mrs Hudson that I should have noticed but didn’t was the first one: I’m sure there will be a million more, because I am not particularly detail-oriented, to be honest. This is the second thing I just realized: Sherlock didn’t originally want John to be his assistant. He wanted Anderson to play that role.
Sherlock: Who’s on forensics?Lestrade: Anderson.Sherlock: Anderson won’t work with me.
Not Anderson is an idiot, but Anderson won’t work with me. Sherlock then proceeds to take John along with him to a crime scene, and is remarkably patient and accommodating with him. Why does he do that? Sherlock is neither patient nor accommodating as a general rule. When John deduces only the most obvious and basic details about Jennifer Wilson’s death, Sherlock isn’t scornful at all. Why does he do he behave this way?
Lestrade: He’s not your assistant.Sherlock: I need an assistant!
We know he doesn’t bring John along for his own innate skills, because when John asks why he’s there, as they’re standing over Jennifer Wilson’s body, Sherlock says, “Proving a point.” He doesn’t really care what John has to offer to the investigation of the crime scene, that’s why he’s not bothered by John’s simple description of the cause of death. That wasn’t the point.
He’s trying to make Anderson jealous.
These two appear to have a tumultuous relationship; they must have argued over bodies before. Sherlock must respect Anderson’s abilities; why else would he want him as an assistant? So Sherlock wants to demonstrate, in the most childish way possible, that if Anderson won’t play ball, he will lock him out altogether. That’s the worst thing Sherlock can imagine: being tantalizingly close to the crime scene and his own dazzling deductions, but not be able to hear them or participate.
So Sherlock slams the door in Anderson’s face. It’s not because noting that Rache is a German word is dumb (It was something that passed through Sherlock’s mind as well, as we know); it’s becauseSherlock is proving his point.
 I don’t need you. See? See me not needing you? How do you like that, Anderson? HOW DO YOU LIKE THAT? I can deduce the fact that you’re cheating on your wife with Sally, I know what you were doing last night. See? Aren’t I good? That’s how good I am. You want to be my assistant, Anderson, don’t you. You need to, because I’m dazzling and you need to watch me. If you ask really nicely I might let you act as my assistant next time. I just might. 
Sherlock doesn’t realize at that point that the perfect assistant for him is John. Anderson won’t fire a bullet with the steadiest of hands through a window for him. Anderson won’t help him behave appropriately in social situations and smooth out the rough edges of his interactions. Anderson may admire Sherlock’s abilities, but he’d never say so out loud. Anderson will never love him. John’s arrival utterly alters the job description of “assistant” for Sherlock. We never hear the word “assistant” again, in fact (to my knowledge).
Sherlock’s reactions toward Anderson, and all the negative things he has to say about him thereafter, appear, in this light, to be more a reaction to Anderson’s rejection of Sherlock than any scornfulness about his abilities. 
Sherlock has the emotional life of a nine year old.

ivyblossom:

There are lots of things that occur to me far later than they should. The thing about Mrs Hudson that I should have noticed but didn’t was the first one: I’m sure there will be a million more, because I am not particularly detail-oriented, to be honest. This is the second thing I just realized: Sherlock didn’t originally want John to be his assistant. He wanted Anderson to play that role.

Sherlock: Who’s on forensics?
Lestrade: Anderson.
Sherlock: Anderson won’t work with me.

Not Anderson is an idiot, but Anderson won’t work with me. Sherlock then proceeds to take John along with him to a crime scene, and is remarkably patient and accommodating with him. Why does he do that? Sherlock is neither patient nor accommodating as a general rule. When John deduces only the most obvious and basic details about Jennifer Wilson’s death, Sherlock isn’t scornful at all. Why does he do he behave this way?

Lestrade: He’s not your assistant.
Sherlock: I need an assistant!

We know he doesn’t bring John along for his own innate skills, because when John asks why he’s there, as they’re standing over Jennifer Wilson’s body, Sherlock says, “Proving a point.” He doesn’t really care what John has to offer to the investigation of the crime scene, that’s why he’s not bothered by John’s simple description of the cause of death. That wasn’t the point.

He’s trying to make Anderson jealous.

These two appear to have a tumultuous relationship; they must have argued over bodies before. Sherlock must respect Anderson’s abilities; why else would he want him as an assistant? So Sherlock wants to demonstrate, in the most childish way possible, that if Anderson won’t play ball, he will lock him out altogether. That’s the worst thing Sherlock can imagine: being tantalizingly close to the crime scene and his own dazzling deductions, but not be able to hear them or participate.

So Sherlock slams the door in Anderson’s face. It’s not because noting that Rache is a German word is dumb (It was something that passed through Sherlock’s mind as well, as we know); it’s becauseSherlock is proving his point.

 I don’t need you. See? See me not needing you? How do you like that, Anderson? HOW DO YOU LIKE THAT? I can deduce the fact that you’re cheating on your wife with Sally, I know what you were doing last night. See? Aren’t I good? That’s how good I am. You want to be my assistant, Anderson, don’t you. You need to, because I’m dazzling and you need to watch me. If you ask really nicely I might let you act as my assistant next time. I just might. 

Sherlock doesn’t realize at that point that the perfect assistant for him is John. Anderson won’t fire a bullet with the steadiest of hands through a window for him. Anderson won’t help him behave appropriately in social situations and smooth out the rough edges of his interactions. Anderson may admire Sherlock’s abilities, but he’d never say so out loud. Anderson will never love him. John’s arrival utterly alters the job description of “assistant” for Sherlock. We never hear the word “assistant” again, in fact (to my knowledge).

Sherlock’s reactions toward Anderson, and all the negative things he has to say about him thereafter, appear, in this light, to be more a reaction to Anderson’s rejection of Sherlock than any scornfulness about his abilities. 

Sherlock has the emotional life of a nine year old.

paralol:

singing-pixie:

whatshouldtheatrecallme:

everdeen13:

Reblog if you enjoy theatre.

Any musical.

Any straight play.

If there is a single one you like, reblog.

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i actually prefer gay plays

If you’re a theater kid we can probably be friends

thetimelordtitanshifter:

larygo:

another edit….Benedict/SMAUG….

SMAUGENICT

thetimelordtitanshifter:

larygo:

another edit….Benedict/SMAUG….

SMAUGENICT

before 2013 ends inbox me one thing you’ve always wanted to know or say to me and i have to reply to all of them

annadittmann:

"Elsa"
Much love for Frozen! The next snowman I happen to make will definitely be an Olaf
Prints available here!
annadittmann.com

annadittmann:

"Elsa"

Much love for Frozen! The next snowman I happen to make will definitely be an Olaf

Prints available here!

annadittmann.com

whatsacanada:

how do we even decide what our favorite colors are, are our brains just like “i like green because yea”