sweaty-fallen-angel:

historic-fallen-angel:

ackelz:

ackelz:

what do you call an angel who never wins?

loseifer

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This is now my new favorite picture on tumblr

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orangeis:

HELL YEAH (x)

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sweet-bitsy:

Every picture tells a story but this one asks more questions than it answers

sweet-bitsy:

Every picture tells a story but this one asks more questions than it answers

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bagmilk:

when you sing a song in your head and then it plays on the radio

image

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Miley Cyrus being cute


badab1ng:

Same.

badab1ng:

Same.

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morenavbby:

So in the comics Hawkeye has 80% hearing loss.

The Black Widow is Russian.

Can you imagine when they’re on a mission and something goes wrong; the police are about to arrest them and they fall back on Plan H.

Black Widow, “So remember, you’re deaf and I don’t speak English”

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whendoesyourjourneyend:

Try me, I’m not easily swayed

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darktheoceans:

Loki Week: Day Three - Magic

Seidr;

An Old Norse term for a type of sorcery practised in Norse society. Seidr practitioners were of both genders, although females are more widely attested, with such sorceresses being variously known as vǫlurseiðkonur, and vísendakona. There were also accounts of male practitioners, known as seidmenn, but in practising magic they brought a social taboo known as ergi onto themselves, and were sometimes persecuted as a result. Within pre-Christian Norse Mythology, seidr was associated with the god Odin, as well as the goddess Freyja, a member of the Vanir who was believed to have taught the practice to the Aesir.

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