but imagine characters of Good Omens at Satan’s great Spring Ball, as in Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita

Famine and War silently discussing everyone’s appearances during slow dances (“Damn, Lilith shouldn’t have worn such colours” - “Yes, and also she got fat” - “Oh come on, who isn’t fat in your opinion?” - “Well, I’m not”)

Pollution constantly spilling his drinks on everyone

Death not attending because he has no free time

Crowley leaving earlier because spending time on Earth with Aziraphale is much more fun

emilyissherlocked:

africant:

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ragglefraggles:

when they say youre too old for disney

The hop, I can’t. I cackled.

BUT DID YOU NOTICE AURORA

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blueisjustpretty:

Say what you want about Sterek or Scallison or whatever, everyone knows the only teen wolf ships that really matter are Boyd/Erica and Papa Stilinski/Mama McCall

roseroadkingsroad:

Sansa/Margaery - Summer of Love AU.

In 1969, Sansa Stark is a naive seventeen-year-old who knows little outside of her all-girls Catholic high school but dreams of adventure, escape, and true love. One day tragedy strikes her once picture-perfect family, and Sansa runs away from their Berkeley home to the streets of San Francisco, where hippies and flower children overrun the streets, singing songs about peace and love in the parks. Shy, scared, and in over her head, she’s about to admit defeat and return home when she meets a mysterious girl with flowers in her hair named Margaery. Margaery teaches Sansa that all she needs is love, and they spend a blissful season together in the golden sun - but Sansa eventually discovers that Margaery is not all she seems. Will their love last past the summer, or will it inevitably fade when winter comes?

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theyellowbug:

O U A T  M E M E
[7/12] characters - Aurora

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javeliner:

think about the concept of a library. that’s one thing that humanity didn’t fuck up. we did a good thing when we made libraries

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 Lana Parrilla - Regard Magazine April 2014

Lana Parrilla - Regard Magazine April 2014

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{ ♕ lyanna stark } → the younger sister of Lord Eddard Stark and the betrothed of Ned’s childhood friend, Robert Baratheon. Her ‘abduction’ by Rhaegar Targaryen was the event that ultimately triggered Robert’s Rebellion and led to the downfall of the Targaryen dynasty.

 lyanna stark } → the younger sister of Lord Eddard Stark and the betrothed of Ned’s childhood friend, Robert Baratheon. Her ‘abduction’ by Rhaegar Targaryen was the event that ultimately triggered Robert’s Rebellion and led to the downfall of the Targaryen dynasty.

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On the whole, Lorde’s “Glory and Gore” reminds me of ASoIaF/Game of Thrones (and I really hope to see a good Game of Thrones fanvid with this song), but the line “You’ve been drinking like the world was gonna end (it didn’t)” still makes me think of Crowley and Aziraphale from Good Omens.

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