- to feel your legs
- to be grateful that you can
- to be healthy
- to see scenic spots
- to sweat your balls off and get that sexy “glow”
- to hate yourself for doing it and then feel accomplished when you did
- to feel like you’re on Baywatch - just in fastmo
- to feel like you’re in any movie/tv show/vid where you get an awesome background soundtrack
- to get ready for the zombie apocalypse
- seriously though, those World War Z zombies weren’t fucking around
- to live longer
- to live better
- to race
- to be happy
- to beat your personal best
- to push yourself
- to make new running friends
- to casually jog past that hottie you’ve been eyeing, looking kinda gross but knowing he’s like, damnnn, she runs? imma buy that bitch some sneakers. bitches love sneakers.
- to be hardcore
- (cuz if you run you’re hardcore)
- to complete a 5k
- to complete a 10k
- to complete a 20k
- to complete a half-marathon
- to complete a full marathon
- to complete the totally-obsessed-with-marathons-now-girl-or-boy status
- to be stronger
- to be able to eat more
- like so much more
- like holy fuck i can eat so much fucking food why the fuck isnt my mouth bigger time to get a mouth widener machine thing shtick mabob
- but like, all in moderation
- so when people say, i hate running, you can be like, yo i love that shit
- or if you hate it, you can be like, yo me too
- *bonding* boom you’re welcome
- to look hot
- cuz running makes you look hot
- like you’re face gets super red and people are like, are you overheated?
- to feel free
- AND BECAUSE WHO THE FUCK DOESNT WANNA RUN LIKE THIS???
MINE IS CRAPPY
WHAT CARRIAGE ARE YOU IN!??!?!
COME TO THE BACK
THE SLYTHERINS HAVE HACKED DUMBLEDORE’S WIFI
Thanks to the Ravenclaws, guys.
The password’s “AL0H4M0R4”
Pass it on.
Mark Williams and Julie Walters behind the scenes of Bill&Fleur’s wedding
This should have just been put in the movie, as mr and mrs weasley probably dance just like this.
Is it weird that I hope one day the Doctor regenerates as like a 10-12 year old boy and his companion ends up being this late 30’s female who can’t have kids or has just lost her only child and her depression over it caused her like husband to leave her so she is all alone till the Doctor shows up and she ends up like having to help him because no one like believes a little kid and so basically becomes this mother figure and there are cute moments where the Doctor can’t reach something so she gets it for him and he is like this sarcastic little shit because he shouldn’t have to have this adult follow him around because he is a freaken “909 year old time lord dammit” but he still really appreciates her and they have these really cute moments and everything.
I would come back to Who.
Let’s go home.
i honestly dont know how, when early 2000s dreamworks execs were faced with producing a cheap and fast knock-off capitalising of the success of finding nemo, a movie composed of celebrities faces mo-capped and pasted onto uncanny valley fish people, fish puns, baffling attempts at hip-hop culture, mafia movie tropes, a plot stolen from a spaghetti western, a subplot shitting on L.A and jack black converged into existence but The Lord finds a way
Every time Bob Belcher says “oh my god”
literally me rn im creying
I like how the original title for The Fault in Our Stars is all poetic and then the Norwegians just translated it to “fuck destiny” and I think that’s beautiful
Aw man, I thought for sure this had to be bullshit but nope
Why is it always Norway
Norway, a nation where you can put the word “fuck” on the cover of a young adult novel.
things tumblr did not prepare me for:
- Ron Swanson being arguably the moral and emotional center of the cast of Parks and Rec.
I was gonna use the little reply box, but then I started to have more feels.
Ron Swanson acts as a moral and emotional center really well because he knows where he wants to be, he’s pretty much there, and he’s good with that. He acts as a stable point for everyone else’s changing lives.
He himself does have his challenges (most of them named Tammy) but I feel that his stability allows him to be a guiding point to other characters while they carry on their storylines.
Ron is really interesting because if it were just him, or if he were the main character, the show would maybe have five episodes, because he doesn’t want change. He’s fine using the same wooden comb for like 40 years. But because he isn’t, he is allowed to be an interesting character.
Ron is a reactive person- he doesn’t instigate things. That’s for almost everyone else to do. While this makes Ron a good stable point, a good center, it also has its weaknesses, as we see when he deals with the Tammys.
Even while he is the center for the Parks and Rec crew, he still needs other people. He still needs his friends. (Not that he’d openly call them that)
I think it’s also really important that he represents a positive form of masculinity, which I think is part of why what he’s actually like took me so much by surprise? Tumblr loves to poke fun at overt masculinity, and I think there’s a good reason for that habit, since so much of overt masculinity in our culture takes the form of machismo, which goes hand in hand with some really nasty violence and misogyny.
And that’s not Ron at all. He has problems with communication sometimes, and you’re right, as a person he resists change or growth, but he’s basically a creative person rather than a destructive one. Not particularly innovative, perhaps - he’s set in his ways and prefers to stick with familiar methods and techniques - but he’d rather be building something than tearing something down.
He takes a lot of pride in his craftsmanship and in the success of the people he takes under his wing. And I think that’s because he’s channeled a lot of the traditional masculine ideals of strength and power and virility into producing something worthwhile or fostering someone worthwhile, rather than the unfortunately common confrontational and destructive expressions of those ideals. Ron kind of… quietly presumes he’s going to be respected, so he doubles down on making sure his legacy will be remembered, whether that’s in the form of a well-made piece of furniture or an upstanding and successful protege.
James Roday and Dulé Hill
↳ ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Kvothe and the wind.
On the set