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textsfromtitanfood:

I don’t think it was a flu shot

textsfromtitanfood:

Eren: Dad, why did you turn me into a titan?

Grisha: It’s a metaphor 

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sextpert:

sextpert:

I LOVE IT WHEN COMPANIES REPLY TO PEOPLE’S TWEETS ABOUT THEM

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amazing

Posted 9 hours ago With 169,262 notes

wifihunters:

Cas' commission of Ten and Nine! ヽ(´▽` )ノ ♥

calmility:

the fastest word i can type is motherlode

Posted 9 hours ago With 50,285 notes

fiyero-rocher:

theatre = art form

theater = location

if it has musical numbers = musical

if it does not = play

when in doubt, just call it a show

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baitnswitchblade:

chainsandshipsexciteme:

sexting-derek-hale:

mynerdinessoverwhelmsme:

sexting-derek-hale:

Wait do American people not call their friends mate?? Is this a thing???

Yup. I’m sure some do but mostly people just say friend. Which is boring but whatever.

Wait so you go up to your friends and be like “Hello friend.”

we use names

Posted 11 hours ago With 68,293 notes

“People run from rain but
sit
in bathtubs full of
water.”

Charles Bukowski (via bittersweetsongs)

Wow bukowski so profound do you also bathe fully clothed you dickhead. “Oohh isn’t it funny that a person will eat when they’re hungry but will duck if you throw an apple at their face”

(via coolestpriest)

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What were you referring about Maison's birth? (in your answer to Dacii) Don't answer if you don't want to, I'm just being curious...

@Anonymous

mishandjen:

Misha said this during aecon4

I told production, you know, ‘I’m having a baby’ —Maison, my daughter— ‘I’m having a baby in September, so do me a favour and try to write me light in those episodes, so you can maybe move stuff around.’ The episode right before the baby was due, the episode where the baby was due, and the episode right after that, were the heaviest episodes that I’ve had all season. And then after that, it was like, ‘Ah, and then he’s off for five or six episodes.’ I was like, ‘Thanks a lot, guys! Super helpful.’

So, my wife, her water broke, and I called the studio and said, ‘Hey guys, the water broke, I’m not coming in today.’

And they were like, ‘Oh, God. Well, if the baby comes, maybe you can come in later today?’

And I said, ‘Okay, but I think I’m probably gonna try to take the whole day off.’

And they said, ‘Well, we’ll check in with you around lunchtime.’

So they called like, ‘Hey, how’s it going?’ It was really funny, because the producer kept calling, and trying to be like, ‘Ahh, how’s it going? How’s the baby?’ But he didn’t give a shit. He was just like, are you gonna come in later today or not?

So the end of the day came, and the baby hadn’t come, and we called the midwife. And production called and said ‘What’s going on?’

And I said, ‘Well, the baby still hasn’t come.’

And they said, ‘You’re gonna be in tomorrow, right?’

And I said, ‘I… I mean, I think so? I’m gonna call the midwife.’

I called the midwife and said, ‘The water broke, is this, you know, is this normal?’

The midwife said, ‘Definitely. The baby will definitely be born by tomorrow.’

So I called them back and said ‘Guys, don’t worry. I should be in tomorrow. Baby’s gonna be born tonight.’

Overnight… baby wasn’t born. Next morning, production calls, ‘Hey, how’s it going?’

'Uh, well, it's going good; it's not going great, I mean, the baby's not born yet. So I'm not coming in.'

And they said, ‘Well, maybe you could come in, and then if the baby starts to come, go home.’

And I said, ‘…no. Not coming in.’

And they said, ‘Okay. But it’s gonna be definitely born today, right?’

And I called the midwife and said, ‘Is it definitely gonna be born today? ‘Cause everybody’s getting kinda nervous.’

And the midwife said, ‘Absolutely.’

I called back, I said ‘The baby is definitely, definitely— the baby promises it’s gonna be born. Because apparently, in 99.9% of cases, with women who have already had a baby, once the water breaks, it’s born within 24 hours. So we’re safe.’

Apparently, we’re the .1% that that doesn’t happen to, because the next day, the baby still wasn’t born. And they were freaking out. And I was freaking out, ‘cause I mean, it’s one thing, on a production, to miss one day. To miss two days is not cool. To miss three days, they start calling the insurance company, because they literally have to stop production and it’s a big deal for them. You know, it costs them maybe a couple hundred thousand dollars a day.

And so they say, ‘Well, can they… could they surgically remove the baby?’

And I’m like, ‘No, we’re not gonna surgically remove the baby! Just, just be patient.’

They’re not patient. So, finally the baby was born, but I missed three days. And then as soon as the baby was born, they were like, ‘Great! Can you come in now?’ And I did. That was good. That was fun. Although other than the studio breathing down our necks the whole time, it went very smoothly. But the studio was very stressful to deal with.”

x

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