Gryffindor + Quidditch
"It took me two months, or a month and a bit to learn that because it was a 13-page monologue of straight talking. And there was no emotional logic or conversation, it was just dates and facts. It was like a presentation. And the director told me at the beginning of the shoot that I have to be able to get through the entire thing in one take, and we would just do that over and over again so he could cut to a different angle on each sentence. That’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done. I think I broke my memory."
Being internet smart is like the 21st century version of being street smart.
Okay Dad, these are the websites you use to watch your show.
Sockshare, Putlocker, gorillavid, nosvideo and novamov are your friends, stick to them and you know you’re okay.
DO NOT click on anything that wants you to download updates or DivX.
DO NOT click on adverts on the side.
And be very cautious of fake play buttons.
You are ready. Go forth and watch Dexter.
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I saw this on my phone and reblogged it as a joke because it made NO fucking sense hahahah
im on my phone and that is exactly what it looks like
I’m on my phone and I started singing it right away, even without it being in order. >.>
no one’s an atheist 30 seconds before an orgasm
OH MY FUCKING GOD
that’s the spirit
Harry, Ron and Hermione + back porn
YOU BROUGHT THIS ON YOURSELF
This got even funnier when I realized that to shoot it, essentially someone had to hurl a massive rat puppet at Cary Elwes.
I like to imagine they used a small catapult.
Joseph Mallord William Turner - Turner and the Sea Exhibition (Greenwich National Maritime Museum)
Fishermen on the Sea (Exh 1796 -oils)
Fighting Temeraire (1839 oils)
Plymouth with a Rainbow (1825 Watercolour)
Snow storm - Steam Boat off Harbour’s Mouth (1842 - oils)
So I managed to get to see the exhibition at Greenwich of ‘Turner and The Sea’ - I love most of Turner’s work and I’ve just put a few personal highlights of the show - The colour of the Fighting Temeraire is not quite so intense in reality as the image above, the opposite for Snow Storm. There is stunning detail in the Fishermen and the portrayal of moonlight is breathtaking. Profilic and superbly talented, I’ve grown to admire his work so much more as I’ve become older.
If you have an opportunity to get to Greenwich before it ends - do go. It’s worth the value for money entrance fee of £10. Ends 21st April 14.
There’s also a brilliant flea market in Greenwich which was great fun.
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