radsturbate:

marry someone who has a different favorite cereal than u so they wont eat all of urs

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sosa-parks:

As a college student you’re either struggling academically, financially, or emotionally. Or all three.

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HAPPY 20TH ANNIVERSARY, F.R.I.E.N.D.S!

September 22nd, 1994

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samdesantis:

a friendly reminder:
don’t hang out with people that make you feel bad about yourself

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nprfreshair:

"To put in terms of an SAT analogy question, Gotham is to Batman as Smallville is to Superman – a prequel series where we don’t get the costumes, but we do get lots of motivation and character development. The Gotham pilot, which airs tonight on Fox, looks cinematic, and features some strong performances – especially by Donal Logue as a somewhat shifty detective and Robin Lord Taylor as the man who would be Penguin. It’s definitely worth a look.”

- David Bianculli 

More on the Fall TV Lineup

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Tags: gotham dctvu

luanna255:

loislaneverse:

Lois Lane Panel of the Day: 
~Superman: Birthright #11

Here’s what I love about this scene: Lois has absolute trust in Superman. She’s not trying to pick him to pieces and examine him. For once, she’s not looking to get the story. Because she respects him enough to believe that his motives are pure, and if he isn’t telling her something, there must be a good reason. You can see in Clark’s reaction what a revelation that is to him, how unused he is to having people trust him that way. 
And it’s actually exactly BECAUSE of that that Clark opens up to her. She trusts him enough to not ask for his secrets, and that makes him in turn trust her enough to give them to her. It’s a really beautiful symmetry, and that’s exactly how a healthy relationship should function. Lois trusts Clark enough not to be paranoid or prying, and Clark trusts her enough to tell her his biggest secret, the one that could literally kill him. Even at this point, long before they’re a couple, the amount of respect on both sides is staggering.

luanna255:

loislaneverse:

Lois Lane Panel of the Day:

~Superman: Birthright #11

Here’s what I love about this scene: Lois has absolute trust in Superman. She’s not trying to pick him to pieces and examine him. For once, she’s not looking to get the story. Because she respects him enough to believe that his motives are pure, and if he isn’t telling her something, there must be a good reason. You can see in Clark’s reaction what a revelation that is to him, how unused he is to having people trust him that way. 

And it’s actually exactly BECAUSE of that that Clark opens up to her. She trusts him enough to not ask for his secrets, and that makes him in turn trust her enough to give them to her. It’s a really beautiful symmetry, and that’s exactly how a healthy relationship should function. Lois trusts Clark enough not to be paranoid or prying, and Clark trusts her enough to tell her his biggest secret, the one that could literally kill him. Even at this point, long before they’re a couple, the amount of respect on both sides is staggering.

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Henry Cavill as Superman behind the scene of Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel.

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SMALLVILLE: Erica Durance & Tom Welling » September 22, 2004
↳ 10 years ago today, Erica Durance made her debut as Lois Lane in the episode ‘CRUSADE’. Not only that, we got to see Lois & Clark’s iconic first meeting and the start of the fantastic chemistry between Tom Welling & Erica Durance.

"It was only a matter of time until… Lois."

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catskid100:

I think people need to realize that it’s okay to like stuff and not have a deep reason for it

You can like a character because they’re cute, not because you identify with them
You can like a ship because you think they look good together, not because of a deep emotional bond

You can like a song because it’s catchy, not because of the meaningful lyrics

If you like it that’s okay, you don’t have to have deep reason or meaning behind it

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