Tempus Fugitive...

Sep 16 2011
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come-along-sexy:

So… tonight. I had a crazy rad time out with my friends & about 20 daleks during which my friends told me about how a friend’s ex boyfriend (whom we all hate because he’s a troll and ugly and horrible and just a total douche bag really) plans to dance the Single Ladies dance in cosplay at a convention on stage.
Apparently he was inspired by John Barrowman’s version.
You should of seen my face when I learnt this news.
And then I was utterly relieved to know it was going to take place in Melbourne while I’m in the UK. Thank fuck for that.
They are still going to film it through O_O

come-along-sexy:

So… tonight. I had a crazy rad time out with my friends & about 20 daleks during which my friends told me about how a friend’s ex boyfriend (whom we all hate because he’s a troll and ugly and horrible and just a total douche bag really) plans to dance the Single Ladies dance in cosplay at a convention on stage.

Apparently he was inspired by John Barrowman’s version.

You should of seen my face when I learnt this news.

And then I was utterly relieved to know it was going to take place in Melbourne while I’m in the UK. Thank fuck for that.

They are still going to film it through O_O

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Sep 15 2011
nudityandnerdery:

hotchicksinstarwarsshirts:


Star Wars and Stand Up To Cancer — a.k.a. SU2C, the initiative founded in 2008 to help fund cutting-edge cancer research — have teamed up to create a special line of Star Wars-themed SU2C t-shirts called “Use the Force for Good.” And to commemorate the occasion, several celebs, including Emma Stone (Crazy, Stupid, Love.), Bill Hader (Saturday Night Live), and Ken Jeong (The Hangover Part II, Community), have banded together to share their love of the Star Wars universe. (It doesn’t hurt that the Blu-ray editions of the six Star Wars films hit stores this Friday.)

You had me at “Emma Stone”.
Full story here.

I think the “Stand Up to Cancer” slogan is really dumb- because it’s not like cancer is some unknown threat that people have just been passively accepting in their life- but I’m willing to set that aside for Emma Stone in a Star Wars shirt.

nudityandnerdery:

hotchicksinstarwarsshirts:

Star Wars and Stand Up To Cancer — a.k.a. SU2C, the initiative founded in 2008 to help fund cutting-edge cancer research — have teamed up to create a special line of Star Wars-themed SU2C t-shirts called “Use the Force for Good.” And to commemorate the occasion, several celebs, including Emma Stone (Crazy, Stupid, Love.), Bill Hader (Saturday Night Live), and Ken Jeong (The Hangover Part IICommunity), have banded together to share their love of the Star Wars universe. (It doesn’t hurt that the Blu-ray editions of the six Star Wars films hit stores this Friday.)

You had me at “Emma Stone”.

Full story here.

I think the “Stand Up to Cancer” slogan is really dumb- because it’s not like cancer is some unknown threat that people have just been passively accepting in their life- but I’m willing to set that aside for Emma Stone in a Star Wars shirt.

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whospam:

Save ALL the Amys

whospam:

Save ALL the Amys

(Source: being--berry, via justyourtypicalhufflepuff)

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