Notes from the Subbasement of Mars

"Poetry is an asshole and I don't think I'll be home in the morning"

"I want to build you a library."

- My idea of a perfect pickup line (via peaceisofus)

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giraffepoliceforce:

If people are really going to assume that guys with long hair are gay and girls with short hair are lesbians then I am going to assume that all bald men are actually eagles.

I knew it, something about my dad just wasn’t adding up

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"So I went to Disney about a month ago and i got to meet aurora. she asked me and my mom if there were any “princes’” with us today. When I told her that I leaned more toward princesses she looked over at Cinderella sighed and replied with “yeah me too” and I think about that a lot."

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J.K. Rowling wrote the first chapter of what would become Harry Potter on the wall of her room in a cupboard under the stairs while she was locked away there by her foster parents.
Unable to return to the house as an adult while developing the novel series, several elements she wrote originally as a child were forgotten, including a mouse friend that Harry named Thistle, the description of numerous bruises on Harry’s head from the stairs above, and a subplot in which Hagrid kept building mechanical trinkets that would have revolutionized the muggle world but were always thrown away as they were uninteresting to wizards.
This photo was taken in 2009 just before the house was torn down, and is all that remains of what is technically the first manuscript of the series. Efforts were to have been undertaken to preserve the historically important wall, but in the end Rowling was unwilling to spend the near $200 it would have taken to do so, stating that “money didn’t grow on trees”.

facts-i-just-made-up:

J.K. Rowling wrote the first chapter of what would become Harry Potter on the wall of her room in a cupboard under the stairs while she was locked away there by her foster parents.

Unable to return to the house as an adult while developing the novel series, several elements she wrote originally as a child were forgotten, including a mouse friend that Harry named Thistle, the description of numerous bruises on Harry’s head from the stairs above, and a subplot in which Hagrid kept building mechanical trinkets that would have revolutionized the muggle world but were always thrown away as they were uninteresting to wizards.

This photo was taken in 2009 just before the house was torn down, and is all that remains of what is technically the first manuscript of the series. Efforts were to have been undertaken to preserve the historically important wall, but in the end Rowling was unwilling to spend the near $200 it would have taken to do so, stating that “money didn’t grow on trees”.

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facts-i-just-made-up:


J.K. Rowling wrote the first chapter of what would become Harry Potter on the wall of her room in a cupboard under the stairs while she was locked away there by her foster parents.
Unable to return to the house as an adult while developing the novel series, several elements she wrote originally as a child were forgotten, including a mouse friend that Harry named Thistle, the description of numerous bruises on Harry’s head from the stairs above, and a subplot in which Hagrid kept building mechanical trinkets that would have revolutionized the muggle world but were always thrown away as they were uninteresting to wizards.
This photo was taken in 2009 just before the house was torn down, and is all that remains of what is technically the first manuscript of the series. Efforts were to have been undertaken to preserve the historically important wall, but in the end Rowling was unwilling to spend the near $200 it would have taken to do so, stating that “money didn’t grow on trees”.

facts-i-just-made-up:

J.K. Rowling wrote the first chapter of what would become Harry Potter on the wall of her room in a cupboard under the stairs while she was locked away there by her foster parents.

Unable to return to the house as an adult while developing the novel series, several elements she wrote originally as a child were forgotten, including a mouse friend that Harry named Thistle, the description of numerous bruises on Harry’s head from the stairs above, and a subplot in which Hagrid kept building mechanical trinkets that would have revolutionized the muggle world but were always thrown away as they were uninteresting to wizards.

This photo was taken in 2009 just before the house was torn down, and is all that remains of what is technically the first manuscript of the series. Efforts were to have been undertaken to preserve the historically important wall, but in the end Rowling was unwilling to spend the near $200 it would have taken to do so, stating that “money didn’t grow on trees”.

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mynameismaryanne:

Don’t get hot and flustered

Use a bit of MUSTARD

You’re a HOT DOG

But you better not try to hurt her FRANK-N-FURTER 

thats the joke. get it. MUSTARD, HOT DOG, FRANK-N-FURTER

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Long Beach Rocky Horror:Killing it every Saturday night at Midnight!

lbrockyhorror:

Long Beach Rocky Horror:
Killing it every Saturday night at Midnight!

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  • baby: a- a- a-
  • parents: oh, the baby's first words!!
  • baby: a- aaa- al-
  • parents: apple?? air??
  • baby: a- al- al-
  • baby: Alchemy. The science of understanding, deconstructing, and reconstructing matter. However, it is not an all-powerful art; it is impossible to create something out of nothing. If one wishes to obtain something, something of equal value must be given. This is the Law of Equivalent Exchange, the basis of all alchemy. In accordance with this law, there is a taboo among alchemists: human transmutation is strictly forbidden - for what could equal the value of a human soul...?
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"There is a time and place for decaf coffee. Never and in the trash."

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"We had that light switch installed so you could turn the lights on and off.NOT SO YOU COULD THROW LIGHT SWITCH RAVES.”

"We had that light switch installed so you could turn the lights on and off.
NOT SO YOU COULD THROW LIGHT SWITCH RAVES.”

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Holy shit, though.

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