Lina - 22, born in January. I'm a very quiet person overall and generally keep to myself. Me and Anna have been friends for about 5 years already. I was born in New York and love all types of music.


Anna-24. I'm from Texas and I born in May. I like food, Benedict Cumberbatch and other stuff. Doctor Who, Torchwood, Sherlock and Supernatural are my favorite shows. I'm the one that generally posts/reblogs those things mentioned but I'm pretty sure Lina might do so as well from time to time. We currently share this blog just cause and might separate blogs in the future sometime.

19th November 2012

Photoset reblogged from Tom Hiddleston and Benedict Cumberbatch with 23 notes

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19th November 2012

Photoset reblogged from Neil Gaiman with 2,675 notes

neil-gaiman:

odditiesoflife:

The Mystery of “Nancy Drew” and the Author that Never Was

The Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, the Bobbsey Twins, and Tom Swift were all the product of one man, Edward Stratemeyer, a New Jersey author who wrote more than 1,300 books and eventually founded a syndicate of ghostwriters who pounded out juvenile mysteries based on his instructions. Thus book syndication was born. They were referred to as “book factories” and were extremely profitable.

Stratemeyer conceived the syndicate when his Rover Boys series proved so popular that he could not keep up with the demand for more books. He corralled a stable of hungry young writers, and in 1910 they were producing 10 new series annually. Each writer earned $50 to $250 for a manuscript he could produce in a month, working with characters and plot devised by Stratemeyer. He would review each completed manuscript for consistency and publish it under a pseudonym that he owned — Franklin W. Dixon, Carolyn Keene, Laura Lee Hope, Victor Appleton. Each book in a series mentioned the thrilling earlier volumes and foreshadowed the next book. The formula worked so well that when Stratemeyer died in 1930 his daughter continued the business; when she died in 1982 the syndicate was selling more than 2 million books a year.

This sounds cynical, but it worked because Stratemeyer had a sympathetic understanding of what young readers wanted. “The trouble is that very few adults get next to the heart of a boy when choosing something for him to read,” Stratemeyer wrote to a publisher in 1901. “A wide awake lad has no patience with that which is namby-pamby, or with that which he puts down as a ‘study book’ in disguise. He demands real flesh and blood heroes who do something.”

Writing books. I am obviously doing it wrong.

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19th November 2012

Photo reblogged from Tom Hiddleston and Benedict Cumberbatch with 3,355 notes

hiddlestoned-magazine:

*drums*

*then silence*
Ladies and gentlemen, girls and boys, fellow fans, Hiddlestoners, Whoivans, Sherlockians and many others.
After a long time of working, fuelled with our fangirl and fanboy “feels,” compassion and urge to share, we are proud to say the wait is over.
We are all so grateful for your support and interest. We are so thankful to you and our hardworking friends and members.
And we present the very first issue of Hiddlestoned Online Fandom Magazine to you.
DIRECT LINK | DOWNLOAD LINK



Enjoy the every bit of it!

ps. We are waiting for your comments and opinions for a better next issue! (mail@hiddlestonedmagazine.com)
ps2. Full version of the Interview with Koobismo about Marauder Shields on the Game Review page will be publish from tumblr later.

hiddlestoned-magazine:

*drums*



*then silence*

Ladies and gentlemen, girls and boys, fellow fans, Hiddlestoners, Whoivans, Sherlockians and many others.


After a long time of working, fuelled with our fangirl and fanboy “feels,” compassion and urge to share, we are proud to say the wait is over.

We are all so grateful for your support and interest. We are so thankful to you and our hardworking friends and members.

And we present the very first issue of Hiddlestoned Online Fandom Magazine to you.


DIRECT LINK | DOWNLOAD LINK

Enjoy the every bit of it!



ps. We are waiting for your comments and opinions for a better next issue! (mail@hiddlestonedmagazine.com)

ps2. Full version of the Interview with Koobismo about Marauder Shields on the Game Review page will be publish from tumblr later.

Source: hiddlestoned-magazine

19th November 2012

Photo reblogged from I just don't ~get it with 7 notes

dafuqarethesetrends:

raich-hype:

dafuqarethesetrends:

Jeremy Scott’s autumn/winter’12-13 bindis on the catwalk.
I thought this one was a good thing to start with, because it commits no less than three offences.
- Appropriating bindis, because disrespecting other cultures is sew hot right now. Also: why did they make the circular plate look like it’s floating in front of her head?
- The smurf blue lipstick which makes the model look like a corpse.
- The purple streaks in her hair which look like they’ve been drawn on by a five-year-old with a marker.

There’s nothing wrong with the blue lipstick, to compare it to a corpse is a little extreme.Plus there’s nothing wrong with the purple streaks. You call wearing bindi’s racism but what you’re doing here is fascism. 

You call comparing blue lipstick to a corpse “a little extreme”, but you call me a fascist simply for giving my opinion on the internet? 
I don’t go around arresting people for not conforming to my opinion, so I’m fine with you not agreeing with it (except for the inappropriate wearing of bindis = racism part, because that’s just a fact).

I don’t think fascism means what she thinks it means. Also, the blue lipstick and the purple streak are both pretty awful for a professional show. However, I’m sad to admit the fact that it’s from Jeremy Scott remains completely unsurprising to me.

dafuqarethesetrends:

raich-hype:

dafuqarethesetrends:

Jeremy Scott’s autumn/winter’12-13 bindis on the catwalk.

I thought this one was a good thing to start with, because it commits no less than three offences.

- Appropriating bindis, because disrespecting other cultures is sew hot right now. Also: why did they make the circular plate look like it’s floating in front of her head?

- The smurf blue lipstick which makes the model look like a corpse.

- The purple streaks in her hair which look like they’ve been drawn on by a five-year-old with a marker.

There’s nothing wrong with the blue lipstick, to compare it to a corpse is a little extreme.

Plus there’s nothing wrong with the purple streaks.

You call wearing bindi’s racism but what you’re doing here is fascism. 

You call comparing blue lipstick to a corpse “a little extreme”, but you call me a fascist simply for giving my opinion on the internet? 

I don’t go around arresting people for not conforming to my opinion, so I’m fine with you not agreeing with it (except for the inappropriate wearing of bindis = racism part, because that’s just a fact).

I don’t think fascism means what she thinks it means.

Also, the blue lipstick and the purple streak are both pretty awful for a professional show. However, I’m sad to admit the fact that it’s from Jeremy Scott remains completely unsurprising to me.

19th November 2012

Photoset reblogged from cumberbatchattack with 49,083 notes

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1st August 2012

Link reblogged from She said, "A soul−" with 5 notes

Misplaced European: Hey Twihards. →

misplacedeuropean:

Everyone needs to relax about this whole Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson thing.

Everyone is human.

It wasn’t just Kirsten Stewart who cheated, it was also Rupert Sanders.

It’s a fact that people are attracted to other people whom they see more and more of.

It amazes me that people are…

No ones disputing the fact Rupert AND Kristen are the homewreckers in the this situation, but to blame only one is unfair. Kristen got with Rupert knowing he was married and has kids, all three of whom were a part of SWATH, and Rupert got with Kristen knowing she was with Rob. There is no way anyone can lay all of the blame on one person in this but it isn’t just people that hated KStew to begin with, quite a lot of fans who aren’t okay with cheating for various reasons of their own stopped being fans of hers over this. And, if Rupert wasn’t some newbie director, he probably would have lost fans as well. Be her fan all you want, but stop acting like KStew has no fault in this. Yes, the name calling is happening, but it’s happened for plenty of others in the public eye who cheated or got with someone who was already with someone else (EX: Eddie Cibrian, Angelina Jolie, etc.), KStew isn’t special on that front.

Tagged: rupert sanderskristen stewartrobert pattinsonliberty rosscheatersstupiditytwihards

15th July 2012

Photo reblogged from Tom Hiddleston and Benedict Cumberbatch with 4 notes

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16th June 2012

Photoset reblogged from cumberbatchattack with 12,464 notes

professionalblunder:

Spencer Hart show - backstage

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8th June 2012

Link reblogged from Truth and Opinions with 16 notes

A few opinions with a sprinkle of truth: About Mia. →

maybeafreeliceblog:

This blog received an anonymous ask identifying pictures Mia used as a Taiwanese celebrity (correct me if I’m wrong), Maruko Hsiao. In google nothing looking like her pictures came up, until I saw this post by ohmy-omona (thank you, by the way).

I now know Mia was using false pictures. I’m…

People faking other people creeps me out.

- Lia

8th June 2012

Photoset reblogged from His name is better than yours with 1,389 notes

mageflower:

peter guillam | tinker tailor soldier spy
Benedict Cumberbatch

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