1. library-heaven:


    My Harry Potter studies over the years. 

    these are incredible

    (via mistergandalf)



  3. I don’t often listen to mashups, but when I do, I listen to this…


  4. percytobiaspotter:

    Lee Jordan’s commentary appreciation post

    Unbiased commentary worthy of Radio 5Live, there.

    (Source: nymfadoratonks, via chasingtheelephants)


  5. wastedm1nd:

    Best plot twist

    (Source: goodnight-lenin, via chasingtheelephants)


  6. dauphiine:

    Portrait of royalty, and not the Hollywood variety

    Viscount Linley buys back an unconventional portrait of his mom, Princess Margaret.



  7. butcherbilly:

    Logan’s Canadian Lager. #beer #wolverine #marvel #comics

    I do believe this has to be a thing!


  8. ultrafacts:

    Sources: 1 2 3 4+4 5 6 7 8 9 10

    Follow Ultrafacts for more facts daily.

    (via ghostgirlsheik)


  9. alrightalrightalrightalyssa:


    "Talk Dirty to Me" covered by Postmodern Jukebox

    This week, we decided to find out how Jason Derulo’s “Talk Dirty” would sound if it was written as a traditional klezmer tune. Robyn even painstakingly translated the rap by 2 Chainz into Yiddish (file that one under: Things You Can Only See on the Internet).

    This is incredible.

    (via gwydtheunusual)



  11. RIP Mark Bell. 


  12. ‘We Are Back’ by LFO
    Absolutely gutted to hear of Mark Bell’s passing. #legend #WARP


  13. Where’s Kim Jong Un? Maybe he’s sulking.


  14. So this is the Cute & Fluffy Ringu, right? The Kawaii Ring? Watch enough random cat videos and pics on Tumblr and this little cutie walks out of your laptop, no?

    (Source: speakfriendandenter, via gnarly)


  15. God Only Knows


    I just had a look at the BBC’s “God Only Knows” ad. It’s a nice bit of spectacle, certainly proof that in terms of corporate branding and ambition the Beeb can slug it out with other attention-getting ads - it’s like a mash-up of a John Lewis Christmas number with a Nike World Cup sleb-fest. Those are the grounds it’s competing on - well, those and the memory of the 1997 “Perfect Day” extravaganza, which pulled the same one-line-per-star trick. That was a surprise and welcome intervention, a sense of the Corporation using the techniques of charity records to stand up for itself as a public good at the end of a rough decade of Tory rule. “God Only Knows”, full of all the overripe fantasy digital editing permits, feels rather different - more like a chance for the BBC to prove that it can use its money to act as a facsimile (in marketing terms) of a corporate entity.

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    Well worth the read.

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