Best day at work ever. Complete with the LOTR trilogy and an actual sonic screwdriver.  (at International Drive Orlando)

Best day at work ever. Complete with the LOTR trilogy and an actual sonic screwdriver. (at International Drive Orlando)

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So we just finished Once Upon a Time…Josh and I both said we would leave each other for a chance with Captain Hook…





rumplestiltskin:

[Hot] Men of Once Upon A Time (x







crystuls:

perks of dating me: u will be the hot one



loriendesse:

LotR/The Hobbit places, 60 years apart



Swedish woman finds 2,000-year-old gold ring - The Local →

paprikapotts:

barbaricyip:

motherfuckingnazgul:

shireen-baratheon:

#THERE ARE LITERALLY THREE MOVIES AND A HUGE-ASS BOOK EXPLAINING WHY KEEPING IT IS A BAD IDEA

"…it felt like a gift from the underworld," Lundin told The Local. "It was my magnificent ring. I didn’t want to give it up."

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my mother doesn’t understand my needs.

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i just want to be a warm toasty baguette.



I have a shit ton of bunnies.

I have a shit ton of bunnies.



edwardspoonhands:

I’ve recently become fascinated by why tuition costs have risen so much in the last 30 years. I mean…it’s insane, and it doesn’t result in a better education. It turns out, for the most part, that it’s marketing. Universities spending money so that they look better than other universities so they get more and better students so that they can make more money (largely via student loans.)

Student loans mean well, and they’re vital. But the education industry has been economically incentivized by their easy access to raise prices and get more students paying more. Schools that don’t spend lots of money on luxury dorms and top notch sports programs don’t grow…kids don’t go to them because, effectively, it’s the same price for 18 year olds because the loans are available.

We should start a university that costs $3000 per year, but you have to sleep on a cot with six other people in the room. Like Hogwarts.

$22,000 in debt. 





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