From The Mind of a Muggle

Hello! You're looking lovely today.

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thelightsabovearbys:

enjoys-long-books:

lumos5001:

Ironically, their daughter could have saved them.

just when i didn’t think there was anything left to cry over in this movie you fREAKING COME UP WITH THIS!!! 

#look at the bottom middle gif  #the look in her eyes #she knows #SHE KNOWS #DON’T TOUCH ME

WHO THE FUCK THOUGHT THIS WAS OKAY

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Filed under The Second Great Feels War of 2014 Ouch. That was cold ... See what I did? I took your sad post and made it a pun. Try again sweetie

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rainywithachanceofstars:

katiebug445:

rainywithachanceofstars:

OH MY GOD BUT

I JUST REALIZED

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THAT WASN’T CAS KILLING HUNDREDS OF DEANS IN SECLUSION

THAT WAS CAS

HEARING DEAN’S PRAYERS

AFTER EVERY FEW KILLINGS

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I THOUGHT THIS EPISODE COULDN’T GET ANY MORE PAINFUL

I WAS WRONG

SO WRONG

SATAN, I THOUGHT I TOLD YOU TO GET YOUR ASS TO BED! 

wait so what if you pair this

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with this

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"Cas, don’t, please!"

DID I SAY I WAS DONE HURTING YOU YET

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killingmonstershuntinthings:

this makes me sad.. he was such a bad father..

I hated it when John talked to Dean

And the thing about this moment that gets to me so much — John is mad at Sam, so he takes it out on Dean in a petty way. In an episode that was about replaying patterns of their family life, that was a very telling note. Insulting/belittling Dean is John’s way of letting off steam after a frustrating conversation with his other son.

And what’s telling about that is that John raised Dean to be perfectly obedient and not to talk back; so when he’s taking his anger out on Dean it’s because he knows that Dean won’t say anything.  It’s the horrible parent equivalent of punching a pillow when you’re angry- except that in this case the pillow can actually feel all of the blows that land on it.

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Filed under The Second Great Feels War of 2014 Terrible isn't it?

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disneyfrozenprincess:

peterapanzel:

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baku-babe:

jordanpowers1995:

baku-babe:

frozenheadcanons:

Olaf will melt when Elsa dies.

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I’M SORRY, IT WAS A THOUGHT.

Well then *ahem* WHY WOULD YOU THINK SOMETHING LIKE THAT?!!!
 *cries*

Um, I hate to be that person but…imagine Anna singing Do You Want To Build A Snowman at Elsa’s grave. 

first of all how dare you

i’m so done right now

i’d like to apologies before hand for this.

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i am very sorry.

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Filed under The Second Great Feels War of 2014 What was that? ... Oh it was the sound of your heart melting Boom baby

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linzeestyle:

mishasminions:

FRIENDLY REMINDER THAT STEVE TRIED TO TRIGGER BUCKY’S MEMORIES BY WEARING HIS LESS DURABLE RETRO!UNIFORM (aka the not-so-bulletproof outfit he wore the last time Bucky saw him) AND BY QUOTING SOMETHING BUCKY SAID TO HIM 70-SOMETHING YEARS AGO

Okay okay but can we just talk about this?  The entire movie Steve’s worth is defined by what Captain America has become.  He goes to the Smithsonian to see Captain America’s life projected back at him — the boy he was before a footnote, the sickly waif who wasn’t good enough until the army (literally) made him A Man — while he’s there he walks around unrecognized; the entire gag at the mall is based on the idea that this is a 6’2” hulking muscled mass of a guy who absolutely no one recognizes unless he has that star on his chest, because it’s the suit, not the person, who’s been given worth.  And when Steve thinks about the most memorable thing about himself — when he thinks about how to get Bucky back — he goes for that.  He goes for Captain America.  And it doesn’t work; Bucky doesn’t react at all.  Because Bucky always saw through that.  He didn’t give a shit about Captain America.  That “little guy from Brooklyn,” that’s the kid he loved, that’s the one he was following when he died, the one who’s scared voice knocked the memories out of him earlier in the movie.  And it’s only when Steve drops the shield, and the helmet — all of the things that make him Captain America, that make him immediately recognizable to the rest of the country, to the world — when he calls on this one, rogue memory from when they were just kids, from before he was the national ideal of manhood he’s been made out to be since his death…  That’s when Bucky sees him.  Because Bucky doesn’t remember, or care about Captain America: Captain America is just a target.  But Steve Rogers, that little kid from Brooklyn?  Is under him, and dying, and scared…and the impulse to protect is so much stronger than anything else that’s been done to Bucky since then.

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Filed under The Second Great Feels War of 2014 Nice try honey but I haven't seen the movie yet therefore you're attempting to trigger the feels of a yet-to-be-created connection