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#Viktor was obviously deeply in love with her #just remember the fact that he took her to prom #even knowing that he could’ve choose any other girl #remember how he forgot about everyone and danced with her all night #remember how he looked at her while saying ‘write to me, please’ #remember how, a few years later #on Fleur’s wedding #he danced with her one more time #probably being conscient that her heart already belonged to Ron #this is why I love Viktor Krum so much #he just enjoyed being with Hermione #and didn’t care about the future #mostly, because she wasn’t going to be a part of his.


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Do you have low back pain probs? I do! From being on the computer too much and not moving. So I thought it was time to make a video on how to relieve the stress and tension from your lower back. This video FEELS REALLY GOOD. I encourage you to take a break from your comp, get on the floor and do these stretches with me. <3 Cassey

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Avicii x Mumford & Sons | 'I Will Wake Up' (MASHUP)

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I wish Batman was depicted like this more often.  Many of his villains are mentally ill and victims of tragic circumstances, it would be nice to see him try to help them as much as he helps the people they put in danger because of their problems.

I agree.  I mean I love the dark and gritty Batman world, sure, but I really love the Batman: Animated Series world.  I liked the idea that not all of the bad guys were these terrible, unredeemable folks.  I liked that, at some points in the series, they really just.. wanted to be normal.  And I liked the times when Batman understood that, like here.  ”I had a bad day once, too.”  I like that the bad guys in this series felt so… human.  Not completely bad, but not completely good.  Some were terrible, some were just going about things wrong.  This was the first series I watched as a kid where good and bad wasn’t this clear cut definition.

Sometimes, Batman had to be the hero and stop the Penguin.

Sometimes, the Penguin just… wanted the girl to like him

Sometimes, Batman was right about everything.

Other times, he felt guilty about the things he did: Two-Face, for example, was a good person before.  Which yes, the Nolan movies captured, but in the animated series him and Bruce were friends, for a while!  (there were episodes he showed up in BEFORE the Two-Face episode, there was a friendship between them, and it killed Bruce to see that happen to him).  

But the best part about the moments where Batman felt guilty about the villains?  He actually… cared about some of them.  He cared about Robin and Batgirl, sure, but… having nightmares about Two Face.  Feeling bad for Mr. Freeze and his wife.  Just… episodes where the good guys learn the back story of the bad guys and just had this moment of, “… wow.  Shit.”  Because then, as a kid (and adult), you’re watching like, “Wow… so you’re not flat out bad.”  Because some of us have, as Batman says here, “A bad day.”

It also answers the question that I had as a kid of, you know, why doesn’t the hero just get rid of the bad guy?  You keep locking him or her away, they get out, and do it all over again.  But this series, this CARTOON, shows that hey, the bad guys are people too.  

Harley just… wanted a dress.  


And that is why this cartoon series is my fave representation of batman and the villains involved as well. Especially Harley Quinn.

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“From the early 1950s through the fall of the Soviet Union, the Red Room was a training program in Moscow. One of the many arms of Department X, the KGB’s experimental science division. It’s where Natasha was raised… where she earned the rank of Black Widow… and where, in the late 1950s, she met me. Back when neither she nor I knew exactly who I was.”

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How could the world go back to the way it was when there’s so much bad that had happened? But in the end it’s only a passing thing, this shadow; even darkness must pass.

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Aaron Johnson as Quicksilver in The Avengers Age of Ultron. Evan Peters as Quicksilver in X-men: Days of Futuren Past.


I’m really not sure why the AoU Pietro has such obviously black roots, and why his hair was black at the end of CATWS. Like, why is that a thing? What is the significance of him very obviously doing a shitty job of dying his own hair?

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