tom-hiddlestons-eyes:

now, I’m fine ❤️

tom-hiddlestons-eyes:

now, I’m fine ❤️

yolo-yoga:

sanhaim:

t-h-o-t-h:

concernedresidentofbakerstreet:

i think we found the opposite of nash greir

I’m glad people are seeing this

As a guy, I agree with him 100% we are dicks and we are not worth it.

this is SOOO important to understand. Don’t change yourself for others.

acteon-carolsfeld:

ginhigh:

this is my favourite vine tbh

This reminds me of the time i moo-ed at some cows, and they just all looked up and stared at me like “???????????”.

Me: “Why are they looking at me like that?”
Friend: “Well, what if you were talking with someone you walk by a cow and it goes ‘hey’.”

the-wayward-daughter:

QUEEN APPRECIATION WEEK 

DAY 5 → FAVOURITE CONCERT

13 July 1985, Wembley Stadium: Live Aid

In a twenty-minute set, in front of a live audience of 72,000 people, with no special effects, the band managed to deliver the greatest live performance of all time.  The energy for this performance was indescribable (Have you SEEN Freddie dancing across the stage??), and, despite being hesitant about taking on this performance, they STOLE THE SHOW.  Even nearly thirty years later, Queen’s performance at Live Aid is mentioned as the greatest of all time.  It was seamless, perfect, and almost overwhelmingly amazing. Taking some risks on the vocals led to Freddie’s “Note Heard ‘Round the World” in Radio Gaga, and the call-and-response bit with the audience has become legendary.  Everyone was at the top of their game, and it resulted in the most incredible performance the world has ever seen.  

(gifs and videos are not mine, credit goes to their respective creators)

last-horizon:

Photo by Peter Mazel, 1974

last-horizon:

Photo by Peter Mazel, 1974