if you rip my headphones out of my ears ill rip your heart out of your chest
– Everybody has a brand.
Day 1: Favourite Boy YouTuber
Going to do this! I’ll try to do it everyday
Finished my #crayonartmelt love the way it turned out!! Can’t wait to put it on my wall once my room is done!!
My first StarBucks!!!! Triple Caramel Cream Frap luf it
asdfghjkl hunger games is my life okay bye.
^ Katniss and Prim!!!
can’t wait for catching fire! :)
OMG! I love Prim!!! I hate the bit about her in Catching Fire (not going to spoil for anyone who didn’t read it yet)
Doctor Who Materializes at London’s Heathrow Airport
There are surprises in store for travellers as Doctor Who comes to life at the UK’s busiest airport, in the run up to the show’s 50th Anniversary
BBC Worldwide has teamed up with Heathrow to celebrate the longest running TV sci-fi series in the world, Doctor Who. From Tuesday 16 July, passengers travelling through Heathrow will be treated to a variety of exciting Doctor Who themed experiences including appearances from the famous Cybermen, TARDIS photobooths, displays of genuine props and memorabilia, and augmented reality hotspots.
Snap pictures of yourself and friends on alien worlds and being menaced by monsters from the comfort of our exclusive TARDIS photobooths. All (time) travellers should make sure they pick up a Doctor Who passport, containing out-of-this-world giveaways including a free episode to download, information about Doctor Who activities in terminal over the summer, and a free digital copy of Doctor Who Adventures Magazine to keep the kids busy.
To mark the launch of the partnership, on July 16 travellers through Terminal 5 will be able to enjoy special performances by the London Philharmonic Orchestra of music from series. In addition, Doctor Who novelist Jenny Colgan, author of the recently released Doctor Who: Dark Horizons will also be signing books for fans on the day.
Amanda Hill, Chief Brands Officer for BBC Worldwide comments: “In its 50th Anniversary year we want to include fans around the World in our Doctor Who celebrations and this partnership with Heathrow is a fantastic way of capturing the attention of people from across the globe”.
Susan Goldsmith, Operations Director at Heathrow Terminal 5 said: “I am delighted that Heathrow has been chosen to host this much loved British iconic series. With visitors from over 180 destinations worldwide, as the UK’s only hub airport, Heathrow offers a fantastic opportunity to bring the Doctor Who experience to an international audience this summer.’
Steven Moffat, showrunner, said: “We are delighted to announce another extension to Heathrow’s world-beating facilities - all of space and time in a stylish blue box, complete with phone. Heathrow with time travel - nobody need ever be late again.”
This isn’t the first time the TARDIS has landed at the airport. Tegan- companion to the Fourth and Fifth Doctors - was an air stewardess, who challenged the Doctor to return her to Heathrow. He eventually managed in the 1982 adventure,Time-Flight, which used Heathrow as a filming location.
We’ll choose a few to reblog here as well!
Tonight, we own the night - We Own The Night by The Wanted
At this point of the movie I was in tears. You can see the way she crumbles, how the weight of everything, of all the cruel words finally pulling her down and destroying her. It’s like she’s trying to stop the demons from howling. And you can see her trying to talk herself out of it…but there’s nothing left. Nothing. Nothing to hold on to. To live for. And you feel hopeless. And I’ve been there so many times before. Trying to talk yourself out of suicide. Because words hurt. They can kill.
Think before you speak.
this movie is intense,(via
I had never cried this much over a movie. I watched it alone, in bed at probably 1am. I was trying my hardest to keep quiet because I didn’t want to accidentally scream. I could feel exactly what she was feeling & to be honest, it felt like I was being stabbed.