Honest Trailers - The Wolf of Wall Street
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Magic exists. Who can doubt it, when there are rainbows and wildflowers, the music of the wind and the silence of the stars? Anyone who has loved has been touched by magic. It is such a simple and such an extraordinary part of the lives we live.
― Nora Roberts (via psych-quotes)
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aseaofquotes:

Steve Almond, My Life in Heavy Metal

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I am so fucking sick of this. The one sided selfish way of dealing with this twisted relationship. Congrats, you moved to BC and are pursuing your dreams. But before you did that, you decided it was best that I knew you were completely in love with me. Because I needed to know. As if you were doing me a favour. Well, fuck you. Fuck you and your selfish behavior. For making me feel like you and I are meant to be together, but only on your terms.


Thank you for wasting my time. So glad you’re pursuing your dreams in Kelowna.

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castielinablanket:

pippin-and-other-drugs:

remember when we found out Neville Longbottom had bigger balls than anyone else in the HP series

remember how Dumbledore told us this in the very first book, but no one believed him

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rhamphotheca:

They look whale-fed: Hundreds of belugas gather off the coast of Canada to dine on cod and squid

by Nick Enoch

These playful belugas are having a whale of a time as hundreds jump in and out of the water together. The vast group of white whales swam and played as they took over the water near Somerset Island, Canada.

Hundreds of the creatures, which can grow up to 18ft long, were spotted travelling north after the ice began to melt, feeding on cod, squid, herring and halibut along the way. During the winter months, the ocean surface freezes and most of the northern belugas move south, keeping ahead of the ice cap. They then return.

Photographer Flip Nicklin, from Hawaii, travelled to the island to witness the annual migration of belugas…

(read more: Daily Mail UK)

photos: Flip Nicklen

SO COOL

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