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The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (2014) Dir.: Peter Jackson

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (2014) Dir.: Peter Jackson

silencefromafar said: Omg sooo pretty! *—*

l-e-a-h-m-a-r-s-h-m-a-s-o-n said: You’re soo pretty omfg

Thank you guys :o

 

ibanezblackje said: You remind me of the girl I was best friends with when I was little before she move to NZ

Aww! Cute! 

bruitist said: Which came first, the sunflowers or the dress?

The sunflowers, since the people who live there have been growing them for the last few years and they’ve started spreading along the road :P I only got the dress recently.

biscuitpotato:

trying to finish an essay thats due tomorrow more like

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bruitist said: Looking good :)

ghoulishmalady said: So beautiful! :)

l-e-a-h-m-a-r-s-h-m-a-s-o-n said: Awh you look lovely :)

Thank you lovelies, you’re all too kind!

emeraldangeluk said: You look so pretty! Full body pic? :) x

Thank youuu ^_^ I love the corset so much! I couldn’t get a good one of the whole thing because it was dark and my webcam couldn’t cope, haha. I will definitely get some at the convention!

dontbeafraidofdiversity:

This is for long forgotten light at the end of the world..

dontbeafraidofdiversity:

This is for long forgotten light at the end of the world..

hauntedwhispers:

hellyeahdelain:

And then this happen today!!!! XD Thank You to the band!!!

Feeling so damn happy right now!!!

hauntedwhispers:

hellyeahdelain:

And then this happen today!!!! XD Thank You to the band!!!

Feeling so damn happy right now!!!

nightingaleinasilvercage:

bookmad:

unpretty-princess:

does Sharon den adel even age or is she immortal

pretty sure she sold her soul for eternal youth

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frostymaggie:

fiyerro:

i’ve been angry about this for my entire life

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I swear there’s a Pratchett quote about how “flammable” isn’t a word and it’s just used by people who don’t understand “inflammable”… Which is sort of true. It was the result of a campaign in the 20th century to start using “flammable” instead because a fire safety organisation were worried that people would misinterpret “inflammable” as meaning “not able to catch fire”.