stormrunner99:

thegoblinscorner:

hinomaru721:

 Fantasy, sci-fi and gender bending by Sakimi chan from facebook

http://sakimichan.deviantart.com/

Is it me or does male Elsa look like he’s about to give a “hadouken!” To some unsuspecting foes?

omg i will cosplay that cruella de vil

(via zehpepe)

famousmeat:

Zac Efron as a shirtless Abercrombie model in Neighbors

(via vanhouten-peter)

That Feeling, You Can Only Say What It Is In French

aaronbleyaert:

The first part of this tale begins like few others do: There was a bus.

A few summers ago, I spent 3 and a half months away from Los Angeles sleeping on a bus, as part of a Summer tour. After the tour was over, the first morning that I woke up in my own bed I had no idea where I was. It took me a good minute to figure out what was going on; I woke up and looked around and thought to myself “Okay, I’m not on the bus. I’m also not in a hotel room. I’m in someone’s house… I’m in my house.” I went into the bathroom and missed the light switch. I couldn’t remember exactly how the shower worked. I was in a familiar place, but it was if I had never been there before.

The French have a phrase for this strange feeling: Jamais vu.

Jamais vu literally translates to “Never seen”; it’s the idea that you are seeing or experiencing something familiar as if for the first time. It’s quite literally the exact opposite of that other weird feeling we can’t quite describe but have all had: Deja vu. But unlike its opposite, there is a simple way to make yourself experience Jamais vu: Repeat the same word aloud over and over until it becomes nothing more than a strange sound leaving your mouth. Say the word “Lovely” 30 times out loud. See? A familiar thing being experienced as if for the first time. Jamais vu.

The second part of this tale begins like many others do: 

There was a girl. 

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That Feeling, You Can Only Say What It Is In French

aaronbleyaert:

The first part of this tale begins like few others do: There was a bus.

A few summers ago, I spent 3 and a half months away from Los Angeles sleeping on a bus, as part of a Summer tour. After the tour was over, the first morning that I woke up in my own bed I had no idea where I was. It took me a good minute to figure out what was going on; I woke up and looked around and thought to myself “Okay, I’m not on the bus. I’m also not in a hotel room. I’m in someone’s house… I’m in my house.” I went into the bathroom and missed the light switch. I couldn’t remember exactly how the shower worked. I was in a familiar place, but it was if I had never been there before.

The French have a phrase for this strange feeling: Jamais vu.

Jamais vu literally translates to “Never seen”; it’s the idea that you are seeing or experiencing something familiar as if for the first time. It’s quite literally the exact opposite of that other weird feeling we can’t quite describe but have all had: Deja vu. But unlike its opposite, there is a simple way to make yourself experience Jamais vu: Repeat the same word aloud over and over until it becomes nothing more than a strange sound leaving your mouth. Say the word “Lovely” 30 times out loud. See? A familiar thing being experienced as if for the first time. Jamais vu.

The second part of this tale begins like many others do: 

There was a girl. 

Read More

That Feeling, You Can Only Say What It Is In French

aaronbleyaert:

The first part of this tale begins like few others do: There was a bus.

A few summers ago, I spent 3 and a half months away from Los Angeles sleeping on a bus, as part of a Summer tour. After the tour was over, the first morning that I woke up in my own bed I had no idea where I was. It took me a good minute to figure out what was going on; I woke up and looked around and thought to myself “Okay, I’m not on the bus. I’m also not in a hotel room. I’m in someone’s house… I’m in my house.” I went into the bathroom and missed the light switch. I couldn’t remember exactly how the shower worked. I was in a familiar place, but it was if I had never been there before.

The French have a phrase for this strange feeling: Jamais vu.

Jamais vu literally translates to “Never seen”; it’s the idea that you are seeing or experiencing something familiar as if for the first time. It’s quite literally the exact opposite of that other weird feeling we can’t quite describe but have all had: Deja vu. But unlike its opposite, there is a simple way to make yourself experience Jamais vu: Repeat the same word aloud over and over until it becomes nothing more than a strange sound leaving your mouth. Say the word “Lovely” 30 times out loud. See? A familiar thing being experienced as if for the first time. Jamais vu.

The second part of this tale begins like many others do: 

There was a girl. 

Read More

eightdollarsmore:

Part 1/3, Part 2/3, Part 3/3

Every Johnny Depp movie (plus a TV show) I’ve ever seen.  Happy 51st birthday Johnny Depp!

21 Jump Street, Cry-Baby, Edward Scissorhands, Benny and Joon, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, Ed Wood, Don Juan Demarco, Chocolat, Blow, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl