The Cave of Spleen





Rachel. 20. Irrationally maternal over angels.

Currently Watching:
Welcome To Night Vale
Once Upon A Time
Supernatural
Community
Hannibal
The Walking Dead
Agents of SHIELD

Other:
Revenge
Teen Wolf
Game of Thrones
Orphan Black
The Vampire Diaries
Doctor Who
American Horror Story
Pretty Little Liars


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Holy Tags Batman




Quentyn Martell: A Summary 


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basebasebasebasebaseknowledge:

princecharmingtobe:

I’m not having emotions over a building, no…

NOPE NOPE NOPE NONONONOOONNONO


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baby-fish-mouth:

chloe is already running everything


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caesaretluna:

spnedit: Angels

the angels, they don't care. I think maybe they just don't have
the equipment to care. seems like when they try, it just breaks
them apart.

[demon version]


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externalrespiration:

uncomfortableheterosexualperson:

in Ireland you’re not even allowed to look at alcohol on Good Friday, let alone buy it. Dirty heathens.

sometimes i forget how catholic this country is

externalrespiration:

uncomfortableheterosexualperson:

in Ireland you’re not even allowed to look at alcohol on Good Friday, let alone buy it. Dirty heathens.

sometimes i forget how catholic this country is


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make me choose; (empires-of-the-sky asked) rvb or rwby


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London: Lost Play of Shakespeare Discovered in Family Heirloom 

thegeekyblonde:

odysseiarex:

THIS IS SO FUCKING EXCITING IF IT’S REAL (WHICH THIS ARTICLE SEEMS TO SAY IT IS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)

IT’S ABOUT TIME


posted 1 day ago on 18/4/2014 - 116 notes - via | ©

dammit-mulder replied to your post “I watched that Sirens episode people are complaining she’s…”

So would you recommend watching it?

It was okay? Like it’s not a particularly funny show to me but I only watched one epsiode out of context to see how they handled it, and it was just so nice hearing the word being said on a screen, weirdly. There’s some bigotry to start with but at least the main character seems to get over it (after going a little in the wrong direction, some people think)

If you do watch it, tell me what you think!

[episode’s here]


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I might be getting too excited


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queensiff:

sorry I’m not sorry


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winterfuckingsoldier:

imaginebucky:

imagine bucky and natasha whispering behind steve’s back in russian, just little harmless things like “he’s cute when he’s angry” and “if you tell him he’s got a nice ass he’ll turn the color of your hair” so steve decides he’s gonna learn some russian so he can understand what they’re saying about him, but it has an unintended side effect. bucky mumbles in his sleep when he’s restless, sometimes english or spanish or japanese, but most often in russian. usually it’s a litany of “don’t make me don’t make me please stop don’t make me i don’t want to” but every now and then it’ll be something along the lines of “begging for your life won’t make a fucking difference to me” and steve can’t decide which is worse

 (via sebuttchinstan)


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relative-pronoun:

SI ÞIN NAMA GEHALGOD: A booklet of weird Catholicism.

Si Þin Nama Gehalgod (‘hallowed be thy name’ in Old English) contains twenty vignettes, seven of which are new and were written specifically for this collection. If you enjoy rosaries made out of human teeth and monks cursing in sign language, then this chapbook is most certainly your kind of thing. The images are from the public domain and include engravings by Hieronymus Wierix (1553–1619) and Cornelis Galle the Elder (1576-1650) and Younger (1615-1678). Each booklet costs $6.15 CAD + shipping and can be purchased through my Big Cartel store.

Booklet details:

  • 5.5” x 8.5”
  • 16 pages
  • Cover is pink card stock; interior pages are cream-coloured
  • Printed in black and white
  • Saddle stitch binding with pink thread
  • Designed, printed, and bound by me, the person who wrote the things

Also available for purchase is my first collection of vignettes, Uncanny Anatomy.


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