"Every article I’ve read about myself always winds up concluding that I am not, in fact, completely stupid."

Where does that leave me? Starting over? I’m a white Muslim. 

thecloneclub:

The Clones Alison Hendrix

Oh, and hide your ugly face on the way out of here.

theacademy:

Yesterday on a Reddit “Ask Me Anything”, Harrison Ford answered the most controversial Star Wars question as if he had never stopped playing the role of Han Solo. 

lokiintheskywithdiamonds:

Harry Potter genderswap asked by allkindsoftroublee

Kaya Scodelario as Harriet Potter
Andrew Garfield as Hermes Granger
Rachel Hurt-Wood as Ronalda ‘Ronnie’ Weasley
Eddie Redmayne as Lancelot ‘Lance’ Weasley

paintedlandscape:

Somehow he’s the only actor who managed to pull off the overdramatic villain yell without me snickering quietly into the collar of my shirt.

lennons-stars:

As I stood front of my favorite Beatle the only thing I could think of was that his contact lenses looked like they hurt him. He smiled and stuck out his hand and without thinking, I rested my right arm on top of his left while we shook hands! “John, ” I said, “are your contacts bothering you?” “No,” he answered. I got the distinct feeling that not too many people had asked that question. Undaunted I plunged on, “I have them too!” I confided.He leaned closer and stared searchingly into my eyes. “Are your bothering you?” he said with a straight face. “No.” I stammered and then we both laughed. “They’re good aren’t they?” John said seriously and I could only nod, not trusting my voice. “But your eyes are prettier then mine.” John said and to my dismay unwanted tears rolled down my cheeks. “Hey” John said with a slight laugh. “Don’t cry or they’ll wash away!” I smiled through my tears as I blurted, “John you’re my favorite.” He smiled warmly, gave my hand a final shake and said, “You’re my favorite”. The Girl Who Got To Meet The Beatles – Datebook Magazine Winter 65/66
AND LETS NOT FORGET HOW HELLA CUTE JOHN LOOKS 

lennons-stars:

As I stood front of my favorite Beatle the only thing I could think of was that his contact lenses looked like they hurt him. He smiled and stuck out his hand and without thinking, I rested my right arm on top of his left while we shook hands! “John, ” I said, “are your contacts bothering you?” “No,” he answered. I got the distinct feeling that not too many people had asked that question. Undaunted I plunged on, “I have them too!” I confided.He leaned closer and stared searchingly into my eyes. “Are your bothering you?” he said with a straight face. “No.” I stammered and then we both laughed. “They’re good aren’t they?” John said seriously and I could only nod, not trusting my voice. “But your eyes are prettier then mine.” John said and to my dismay unwanted tears rolled down my cheeks. “Hey” John said with a slight laugh. “Don’t cry or they’ll wash away!” I smiled through my tears as I blurted, “John you’re my favorite.” He smiled warmly, gave my hand a final shake and said, “You’re my favorite”. The Girl Who Got To Meet The Beatles – Datebook Magazine Winter 65/66

AND LETS NOT FORGET HOW HELLA CUTE JOHN LOOKS