Fangirl Challenge + [1/5] movies: Finding Nemo
↳"No. No, you can’t… STOP. Please don’t go away. Please? No one’s ever stuck with me for so long before. And if you leave… if you leave… I just, I remember things better with you. I do, look. P. Sherman, forty-two… forty-two… I remember it, I do. It’s there, I know it is, because when I look at you, I can feel it. And-and I look at you, and I… and I’m home. Please… I don’t want that to go away. I don’t want to forget."
I feel this on a spiritual level
is that Death from Supernatural?
I JUST BURST OUT LAUGHING
He was dark-haired as his mother, and promised to be like her in mood also; for he was not merry, and spoke little, though he learned to speak early and ever seemed older than his years. Túrin was slow to forget injustice or mockery; but the fire of his father was also in him, and he could be sudden and fierce. Yet he was quick to pity, and the hurts or sadness of living things might move him to tears; and he was like his father in this also, for Morwen was stern with others as with herself.
i need context
This is the greatest knock knock joke in the history of all knock knocks jokes ever told, ever.
If I had the chance to race Godzilla on four-wheelers you wouldn’t be able to fucking stop me.
Grüne Soße, aka Grie Soss, is a culinary specialty of Hessen. The basic recipe probably was from the Near East and is 2,000 years old. Roman legionaries brought it to Italy, from where it was exported to France and Germany. Evidence suggests that it was introduced in Frankfurt by the Italian trading families Bolongaro and Crevenna around 1700. Another possible origin are French Protestant immigrants emigrating to Kurhessen in the 18th century. Frankfurt-style, the dish includes hard-boiled eggs, oil, vinegar, salt, sour cream, and generous amounts of 7 fresh herbs: borage, sorrel, garden cress, chervil, chives, parsley & salad burnet. Variants, due to seasonal availability, include dill, shallots, lovage, lemon balm, and spinach. Sometimes buttermilk, quark, or yogurt are used instead of sour cream. In Kassel, a combination of sour cream and Schmand is used. The sauce is served cold with warm potatoes and hard-boiled eggs or roast beef. It may also be served with fish or barbecue. Frankfurter Schnitzel always comes with green sauce and Apfelwein (apple cider). Green sauce was supposedly Goethe’s favorite condiment. In many Hessian families, it is part of the traditional meal eaten on Maundy Thursday, relating to its German name Gründonnerstag.
TAG YOUR SPOILERS PLEASE JFC
this is where i’d keep my scratching post…IF I HAD ONE
THE COMMENT IS PERFECT AND I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING OHMYGOD.
I’M GOING TO REBLOG THIS EVERY TIME NOW 5EVER
How I feel about religion. God should be presented as what he is, love and kindness. Stop using his name to justify your racism, homo phobia and sexesim
Not gonna lie, this is pretty cute.
Christianity equation. Would make a great tee!…More at http://beliefpics.christianpost.com/