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  2. i do not have to choose between beauty and bravery.
    there is no correlation between my bust line 
    and the size of my heart.
    i am both a woman and a soldier,
    with all the more strength because of it.

    (Source: carterspeg, via drop-deaddream)

     

  3. coffeeandarrows:

    STEVE ROGERS IS IN SLYTHERIN OKAY. I DON’T CARE HOW NICE OR GOOD HE IS, THAT MEANS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.

    YES HE’S BRAVE, BUT DID YOU NOT WATCH THE FIRST HALF HOUR OF THE FIRST AVENGER? DID YOU NOT WATCH ANY OF THAT MOVIE? THAT LITTLE SHIT LIED ON FEDERAL FORMS TO GET WHAT HE WANTED. HIS AMBITION WAS TO JOIN THE ARMY AND HE DID IT BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY. HE WAS RUTHLESSLY EFFECTIVE. HE WAS UMAPOLOGETICALLY BADASS. HE’S CLEVER AND DETERMINED AND RESOURCEFUL AND A LEADER, ALL SLYTHERIN QUALITIES.

    AND IF YOU THINK THAT HE HAD A HOUSE PREFERENCE BC “”“NICENESS”“”” LEMME TELL YOU THAT IF THAT BOY KNEW THAT SLYTHERIN COULD HELP HIM GET WHERE HE WANTED TO GO IN LIFE, HE WOULD NOT THINK TWICE. HE WOULD NOT LISTEN TO STEREOTYPES ABOUT THAT HOUSE, NOR WOULD HE LOOK DOWN OF KIDS FROM OTHER HOUSES, ESPECIALLY CUZ THAT SOFT HEARTED HEROIC NERD OF A BEST FRIEND HE HAS DEFINITELY ENDED UP IN HUFFLEPUFF.

    (Source: star-bae, via heros-quandary)

    Tagged #steve rogers
     
  4. chris “i’m really bad at games” evans

    (Source: dailychrisevans, via kehinki)

     

  5. snxpe:

    WHEN YOUR FAVORITE CHARACTER IS SO EMOTIONALLY BROKEN YOU WANNA PUNCH EVERY PERSON THAT TOUCHES THEM

    (via chaneladdict)

     
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  7. mumblingsage:

    yamino:

    iamingrid:

    yamino:

    omgthatdress:

    Half-Mourning Dress

    1910-1912

    The Victoria & Albert Museum

    What’s a “half-mourning” dress?  Mourning in the front, party in the back?

    Half-Mourning was the third stage of mourning for a widow. She would be expected to mourn her husband for at least two years, the stages being Full Mourning, Second Mourning and Half-Mourning. The different stages regulated what they would be wearing, with Full Mourning being all black and with no ornamentation, including the wodow’s veil, and the stages after that introducing some jewellery and modest ornamentation. When in Half-Mourning you would gradually include fabrics in other colors and sort of ease your way out of mourning. 

    Wow, I am happy you made that joke so I could interpert it as a serious question and have an excuse to ramble on about clothing customs of the past, I am a historical fashion nerd.

    That’s very informative, but I’m going to stick with my original head canon:

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    I love both the informed fashion history and the hilariously off-the-wall halves of this post.

    (via genderqueerbarnes)

    Tagged #lmao
     
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  9. Tom Mison on Ichabbie now that the missus is back from Purgatory.

    1. Interviewer: How does having Katrina around affect Ichabod's relationship with everyone else?
    2. Tom Mison: Well, you then have to show everyone else that she was worth it, for a start. He wouldn't stop going on about her last year. Now she's out and it's weird. It's a bit awkward. There's a brilliant scene, last year, where Ichabod and Abbie go into Purgatory. And it's the first time that Ichabod, Abbie and Katrina are in a room together and it's awkward. Before they leave, before Ichabod takes Katrina into the real world, there's a really loving embrace with Abbie. Katia [Katrina] does a brilliant job of one little look. You can just see her bristle, slightly, but not want to admit it. Hashtag Ichabbie. And now we get more scenes with the three of them in a room arguing about what moves to take to defeat Henry. And that's where that gets spicy.
     

  10. "[Sebastian]’s really got into it. He’s read all the comics already and spent the last year prepping by just immersing himself in Cold War history, to the point where he would comment on some of the stuff about the origin of the Winter Soldier that I put in the comic. He’d say, ‘Did you know that there really was a General assassinated back then?’ and I’d say, ‘Yes, that’s what I based it on - I took actual moments of history and put him into them.’ He was so into the ride and you couldn’t ask for more."
    — Ed Brubaker (via buckybaby)

    (via stuffimgoingtohellfor)