Warning Major Spoiler!

onesentencemusings:

bagelr:

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Moment of silence for all the people who will never see this joke because they blocked the word ‘Spoiler’.

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jainz:

Selling counterfeit sunglasses is a shady business

a-closed-casket:

Me and my friend painted two portal murals at school.

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iwasateenagehorcrux:

holiclover:

Deleted scene - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

WHY WAS THIS DELETED

THIS IS VERY SIGNIFICANT CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT

Seriously, this scene changes everything about that character and whoever cut it was insane. 

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apricockjam:

”’I’m really not a cat person”’

but their feeT LOOK LIKE BEANS

THEIR. FEET. LOOK. LIKE. BEANS.

What kind of hairy, 4-5 toed, claw-having beans are people eating??

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lumos5001:

mymomfoundmy:

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No, Because they are nobles in revolution-era France and will be guillotined. 

you must be fun at parties

Also, in “The Sound of Music” the Von Trapp family escapes “over the Alps”. If this was the way the family had actually gone, they would have ended up not only in Germany, but in Hitler’s hometown.
(The actual Von Trapp family went the other way, to Italy)

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I don’t generally mind spoilers.

However, there appears to be a trend lately of so-called “teasers” that essentially give you all the plot you need to know about an upcoming film or TV episode, weeks (or sometimes months) in advance. These don’t come from the community or some angry editor, but straight from official sources.

Today, this is happening mostly with Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Let me be clear: I do not want to see any part of this film before it is released. Anyone found posting untagged spoilers, teasers, casting choices or even trailers will be unfollowed until the release date.

(Also guilty of this today: The Simpsons/Family Guy crossover episode. There’s a five-minute clip available online from FOX. Five minutes. That’s a quarter of the damned episode, which is like getting a film trailer half an hour long…)

sammykitty:

I’ve been seeing a large influx of  ”I would watch Star Trek if they would have a female captain.” and "When will Star Trek ever have a female captain!?" posts. EXCUSE ME!

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