vintagemarlene:

the lovely lauren bacall (www.cheesecakeslice.blogspot.com)

Great woman - may she rest in peace!

To create this handsome foppish freak strutting around contemporary London, texting like a tweener and flirting like a call girl, while still respecting the canon was quite an achievement
The Guardian, regarding Sherlock (My favourite quote ever)

mond0:

sö î hèãrd ÿôū łįkê gùÿś wìth áçćėñtš

Uhhh… the sentence looks a bit tattooed…

plasmalogical:

there’s no part of this i don’t love

kanisza:

i can’t wait for mummy holmes to find out that mary shot her boy

:D  :D

vivemarco:

DAMN

vivemarco:

DAMN

dailypros:

Beautiful close up.

dailypros:

Beautiful close up.

copicjuggler:

Da man niemanden daran hindern kann sich selbst ein Tattoo zu stechen, hier ein paar Tipps, um das Schlimmste zu verhindern:

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  • Stelle rasieren
  • Nadel/Spritze/Klinge desinfizieren (mit Steril#) oder eine sterile Nadel/Spritze/Klinge verwenden (gibt es in jeder Apotheke oder online)
  • Hautstelle…

Ich stelle mir immer vor, wie die heute 35-40jährigen mit Arschgeweih in 45 Jahren im Altenheim sind und gepflegt werden… und das Personal verdreht die Augen, weil das Arschgeweih sowas von rückständig und nur für alte Säcke ist.

Manchmal hat Älter Werden auch Vorteile - man merkt in der Rückschau, dass man sich als Mensch weiterentwickelt hat, dass sich eigene Geschmäcker ändern können, dass es sowas wie vorübergehende Moden bei Dingen gibt, die man früher als “ewig” beschworen hat… 

Von daher spricht für mich nichts gegen orange gefärbte Haare oder schwarzen Nagellack, aber viel gegen Tattoos. Bei Namen gehen allenfalls noch Kinder, alles andere ist Schwachsinn. Scheidungsquote in deutschen Großstädten: 50 %.

toxicwinner:

if there were only girls everywhere everything would be so easy and pleasant. I could walk my dog at 3am and probably get a juice cos juice bars would be open cos all girls would take their dogs on night walks it would be like a normal thing

stigmartyr762:

helioscentrifuge:

combeferret:

kitties are kitties no matter what size

sploosh

That lion has one of the most majestic looking manes, that I’ve ever seen before.

Uhhh - there was this dog, which was shaved like a lion. The skin and the mane do look a bit unfamiliar to a lion in these gifs. 

moriartysskull:

They want to do a remake of Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles:
http://screenrant.com/vampire-chronicles-movie-kurtzman-orci
Fact 1: Anne Rice ADORES Benedict. She constantly swoons over him on her Facebook page.
Fact 2: Roberto Orci and Robert Kurtzman will produce. Orci and Kurtzman also adore Benedict. Here are some quotes by them about Benedict:
"We didn’t have Benedict in mind when we first wrote it, but the minute we saw Benedict there was nobody else to do it. It’s impossible not to be (wowed by him). He’s one of the greatest actors of his generation."
"He’s a genius. There are certain actors who have the ability to take a line of dialogue and add a ring to it that you didn’t even know you put into the dialogue, into the line. And he’s one of those really brilliant actors. Just listening to him talk…you could enjoy him reading the phone book.(…) And he’s an incredibly formidable presence. He’s amazing. Are you going to be scared of him? Shit yeah!"
"He can play a beautiful Hamlet scene and when cut, he says in a rough way: “Where’s my hamburger with cheese?” When he leaves the set he is himself again ¡Daniel Day Lewis has to be in character for 6 months! I don’t want to say that Cumberbatch is better than Day-Lewis, but…he really is…”
THIS IS NOT A DRILL! BENEDICT COULD BE LESTAT… He would make a perfectly sensual, cutting edge, evil, beautiful, elegant Lestat…

moriartysskull:

They want to do a remake of Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles:

http://screenrant.com/vampire-chronicles-movie-kurtzman-orci

Fact 1: Anne Rice ADORES Benedict. She constantly swoons over him on her Facebook page.

Fact 2: Roberto Orci and Robert Kurtzman will produce. Orci and Kurtzman also adore Benedict. Here are some quotes by them about Benedict:

"We didn’t have Benedict in mind when we first wrote it, but the minute we saw Benedict there was nobody else to do it. It’s impossible not to be (wowed by him). He’s one of the greatest actors of his generation."

"He’s a genius. There are certain actors who have the ability to take a line of dialogue and add a ring to it that you didn’t even know you put into the dialogue, into the line. And he’s one of those really brilliant actors. Just listening to him talk…you could enjoy him reading the phone book.(…) And he’s an incredibly formidable presence. He’s amazing. Are you going to be scared of him? Shit yeah!"

"He can play a beautiful Hamlet scene and when cut, he says in a rough way: “Where’s my hamburger with cheese?” When he leaves the set he is himself again ¡Daniel Day Lewis has to be in character for 6 months! I don’t want to say that Cumberbatch is better than Day-Lewis, but…he really is…”

THIS IS NOT A DRILL! BENEDICT COULD BE LESTAT… He would make a perfectly sensual, cutting edge, evil, beautiful, elegant Lestat…

enerjax:

HamletBatch [x]

I didn’t have a credit card until now… now I have ordered one. It’s the only possibility to watch him acting (I’m living in Germany)

enerjax:

HamletBatch [x]

I didn’t have a credit card until now… now I have ordered one. It’s the only possibility to watch him acting (I’m living in Germany)

ramesesniblickthethird:

Well, they could use all that space either side of them, but why on earth would they want to when they could sit uncomfortably close together instead?

ancientart:

Vase dedicated by Entemena, king of Lagash, to Ningirsu.
Silver and copper, ca. 2400 BC. Found in Telloh, ancient city of Girsu.
Courtesy of & currently located at the Louvre, France, AO 2674. Photo taken by Jastrow.

ancientart:

Vase dedicated by Entemena, king of Lagash, to Ningirsu.

Silver and copper, ca. 2400 BC. Found in Telloh, ancient city of Girsu.

Courtesy of & currently located at the Louvre, France, AO 2674. Photo taken by Jastrow.