jessarts:

Please let this happen.

kya-lok:

So I made a thing

rubysommer:

What the hell LMFAO

If this gets 120,000 notes I will try out for American Idol singing The Krusty Krab Pizza

attackonsociallife:

quibbs:

tyleroakley:

outlawsoflove:

My class pretended to play dead.

Just as the Mayans predicted, the apocalypse came with the signal of a cough.

these middle schoolers read better than my high school honors english class

I REALLY HAVE TO REBLOG THIS IM SORRY THE FUCKING TEACHER

geo-mancy:

Parallels | Plans before the final battle and Korra’s decision during them.

I love how even though it’s a parallel, this gifset shows how much character development Korra has gone through. In Book 1 she’s facing her enemy because she wants to fight and win; it’s an example of her fiery spirit. She’s facing Amon simply so she can prove herself as the Avatar rather than confronting him in the name of peace for Republic City. By Book 3, Korra has grasped her role as keeper of balance, realizing that she has to sacrifice herself to maintain world safety. She’s humbly accepted the fact that in a few hours her life could come to an end solely based off of her love for the new Air Nation. This comparison is a huge testament to the character development which transforms Korra from a hot headed teenager to a brave and wise world figure.

kiki-the-cityfolk:

I think I walked in on someone hiding a body what do I do?

hazfuckedlou:

nickxactly:

I love how they just fucking throw that last domino.

WAIT DID SOMEONE THROW A DOMINO AT IT BECAUSE THAT ONE PART DIDNT FALL IM DYiNG

ss-sebastianstan:

"horses are such majestic creatures!"

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