coequals:

I wanna show you how much I like you with lots of kisses in lots of places.

(via realnerdyboy)

Sherlock Holmes

literarystarbucks:

Sherlock Holmes goes up to the counter, accompanied by an aged doctor. Holmes orders two grande Earl Grey teas with room for cream and sugar. He makes eye contact with the barista and says, “Yes, my dear, I know it was you.” The barista flees the scene, with Holmes in hot pursuit. Dogs howl in the distance. Holmes continues drinking his tea.

nostopdasgay:

faejilly:

Fashion Olympics, 2008

So I’ve seen several of the photos from this shoot wandering around tumblr, but it never said what they were from, so I figured I’d put them all together with a link. Because more Lucy Liu is always a good thing?

Also I will never get over how much I love her face in that boxing one.

long may she reign

(via rachelbearenson)

dopernose:

*Fox News voice* Was slavery really about race???

(via uhohjello)


A tear in time and space.

A tear in time and space.

(via jessawarriorprincess)

daybeams:

If you were ever a girl that people whispered about and laughed at as you walked by…. That feeling never goes away. You’re suspicious of everyone around you having a good time, thinking it’s at your expense.

(via protector-ofthe-small)

Tolkien

literarystarbucks:

Tolkien goes up to the counter and orders a Teavana Shaken Iced Blackberry Mojito Tea Lemonade. All of the hipsters inside the shop overhear and immediately go up and order the same thing. Tolkien is enraged and storms out, screaming that everyone misunderstood what he was trying to order.

Rowling

literarystarbucks:

J.K. Rowling goes up to the counter and orders seven pumpkin spice lattes. The barista gives her eight.

John Green

literarystarbucks:

John Green goes up to the counter and orders an espresso shot. The barista gives him a venti cafe espresso frappucino. Green says, “This isn’t what I ordered.” The barista replies, “You ordered a drizzle, I’m giving you a hurricane.”

Dahl

literarystarbucks:

Roald Dahl goes up to the counter and orders a grande hot chocolate and a tall peach green tea. He offers the foxy barista a piece of gum. She takes it and promptly turns into a blueberry. He leaves the shop and walks down the street with his extraordinarily tall companion.