Lauramiss Adventures

Photos from my random adventures and other miscellaneous things.

penthesileas:

reading the hobbit in latin is difficult because there are all these, like, domestic words? in the first chapter? and it’s like excuse me i study latin i don’t know domestic words just how to say that pyrrhus murdered priam and his son while they were sliding around in their own blood sorry

(via ablativeofyourmotherssorrow)

shining-magically:

bjorg-man:

livingwithamouse:

Kristoff and Anna strolling through the rain hand in hand on their way to the Hat at Hollywood Studios

07-10-2014

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oh my god they’re wearing rain jackets

This is how spur of the moment the whole Frozen Summer Fun was -Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff had to get their hella cheap rain gear from costuming, same as everyone else.

destispell:

imagine an american going to hogwarts determined not to live up to stereotypes and they do pretty well up until they discover their patronus is a bald eagle

(via sterekism)

compassionforweakness:

I actually loved this moment, because I didn’t see this as Steve being incompetent and completely unaware of what was going on. This, I felt, was Steve being extremely sassy. “It seems to run on some form of electricity,” he says, with a huff of a sigh and a smile. What he means is, “Of fucking course I don’t know what this shit means, I’ve never been exposed to this, are you serious right now” and that is not because he’s stupid or inept. Actually, Steve adapts very, very well and very quickly to new technology, evidenced in the Avengers with the ease and familiarity that he navigates his tablet with, but also in Captain America, where he takes everything Howard gives him (modified, highly advanced Hydra weapons) and uses them to full capacity. 

It’s just that Steve’s never seen the inside of a control panel like this, so there’s no way in hell he’d know what to do with it, and he’s pointing that out to Tony with his dry sense of humor. And I think Tony gets it, because he doesn’t get angry or snark back at him; he returns with “Well, you’re not wrong” and a lopsided smile, which I read as his “duh, what was I thinking” moment.

I just have a lot of feelings about Steve and his sass and his dry sense of humor, and now I will crawl away to have feelings elsewhere.

(Source: starkked, via ilovemesomeimpala)

pocketpadfoot:

One time when Sirius was helping out with Mrs. Potter’s baking she asked him to stir the batter and he replied with a “sure, Mom” and almost dropped the bowl as he realised what he said. But then James sneaked up behind him to try and stick his finger in the batter and Mrs. Potter slapped at his hand and complained about her messy sons, and Sirius just beamed

(via onlyreadsbooksandshecannotdraw)

The other day I lucked into spending half of my crazy long shift working with Merida. Just before the end of a set, an elementary school-aged girl and her mother came up. The little girl had a sweet interaction with Merida, took her photo, got a big bear hug, and then the mom asked for one more picture. She asked Merida if she would hold up a heart-shaped sign for Team Ellerie, a little girl in her daughter’s class who had cancer. It was a really sweet moment, but what really got me was what the mother said to her daughter as they were walking away. The mom said, “Do you know why I thought that would be a nice thing to do? Because soon Ellerie is going to have to be very brave.” That is quality parenting right there.

ally0mazing:

Harry potter and the sorceror’s sass
The chamber of sassiness
The prisoner of sasskaban
The goblet of sass
The sass blood prince
The sassy hallows

The sassiest boy who lived…..

(via disneysghost)