September 22, 2014   19 notes

hyperbolees:

I love Russell Brand.

you’re going to be seeing hell of a lot more Russell on my blog from now on. Recently, a friend of mine reminded me about him, and then I saw over 100 clips on youtube after a two year break, and I’m back baby.

PLEASE just see this clip and tell me you’re not in love with him. Look at him, he is a ADHD 5-year-old on amphetamines and acid, with the soul of a thousand year old poet and vocabulary of a man that’s lived just as long :)

September 22, 2014   9 notes
I must admit, I am utterly and completely crazy about this man

I must admit, I am utterly and completely crazy about this man

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September 22, 2014   318,873 notes

aboutagrohl:

moist-grunge:

TEAR AND TIER ARE PRONOUNCED THE SAME BUT TEAR AND TEAR ARE PRONOUNCED DIFFERENTLY 

im glad english is my first language because if i had to learn it as a second language id jump off a bridge

English is not that hard to learn, actually. It’s everywhere, we’re surrounded by it

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September 22, 2014   1,210 notes

justahopeless-dreamer:

balance0fprobability:

clojury:

insanely-smart:

tobey-sexguire:

sarahisaweirdo:

daily-asgardian-news:

Anything you can do, I can do better!

Everyone stop what you’re doing and just watch this. It’s so….fucking…accurate…!!!!!! 

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It’s awesome!

This is so well done and very funny! Sorry if you’ve already seen it!
so-easy-to-love-me sinfully-lustful-darling allthatandasideoftom xdelayedgratification stannmo whittyonernc izhunny yellowwhaleeye neither-blue-nor-green cherry-tom-ato lokilover1578 mytomhiddlestonpage damageditem rosebudwhite adamcansuckme maldivaldandhiddled iamthebadwolf85 ibrakefortomhiddleston
Excellence in editing.
justahopeless-dreamer smittentomkitten ophelia-tagloff maldivaldandhiddled
Did anyone tag
tarrysmith
yet?

omg this is hilarious :D

This is it, this is their story, this is everything you need to know about them :D

September 22, 2014   594 notes

tomhiddlestonsoundalike:

Well, the consensus appears to be overwhelmingly in favour of dirty, at least every now and again. Not to worry, I’ll still do plenty of cleaner things too, poetry/literature readings and dirty whispers, etc.

Here’s a requested script I performed elsewhere, entitled Incubus (written by Ovri). It contains demonic seduction, lucid dreaming, domination and some dirty talking/vulgar terms, so consider yourself warned. It is most definitely NOT safe for work, and rest assured I’ll tag all these sorts of things as such. I decided to perform it in a voice that I think is pretty much identical to my Loki voice, but it’s not meant to be Loki himself (though I suppose you could certainly picture it that way, if you wanted.)

There’s also an alternate version which was pitched down to create a much deeper, demonic voice. It sounds a bit like Idris Elba’s Heimdall from Thor, actually.

Feel free to let me know if you enjoyed it, it’s always nice to hear.

*begins to listen:
ehehe, his licking sounds sound funny*


*ten minutes later:
Wait, what the fuck is my finger doing inside myself? How did this happ—oh,mmmmm….*

September 22, 2014   83 notes

ophelia-tagloff:

smittentomkitten:

ophelia-tagloff:

ophelia-tagloff:

tomhiddlestonsoundalike:

Loki’s Dirty Whispers #19

"Each time your skin touches mine it is like fire branding me. I swear I can even feel it in my soul. I ache long afterwards, craving your smile, your scent, your skin."

Original quote here.

After-sex talk.

That’s what this is.

smittentomkitten
I direct you to my above comment.

ophelia-tagloff

direction undertaken.

First thought: a spent Loki. Yummy.

Second thought: possible questions about refractory time. He is after all Asgardian. I’m assuming it would be superior to a human male.

Can you imagine?

::imagines::

I dreamt of Loki last night, it was such a good dream: Asgard was evil, and they kidnapped humans to somehow experiment on them (aliens, right :D), and none of my friends believed me magic existed and they should run away… and then I, with a group of people, got placed in a room where Loki appeared and started insulting us for our humanity, and I decided to fight him because of that - even though I loved him… I got a blade and some sort of a wooden sword and we began fighting (I actually remember almost every move, it was detailed as fuck) and I managed to put a blade to his throat, but I would never cut him. He gave me this horrible squinting look of shame and disgust and began disappearing - and then I threw the blade away, kissed his hologramic projection and yelled that I loved him - but he disappeared, although he kissed me back before that.

I honestly remember the exact feel of tongue and teeth and skin - so rarely I get to dream these wonderful things………………..

September 21, 2014   124 notes

Carnival - One Shot

laterovaries:

Mature audiences only - 18+
AU Oakley Fan Fiction by LaterOvaries

Just a little Oakley one shot, because I miss the little horndog and was thinking about him this morning. Sorry, I didn’t have more time to spend on it…

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“Why did I let you talk me into coming to the damn carnival?” you ask, wrinkling your nose up at Nikki.

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I’m going to kill you, laterovaries, because I was working at a carnivale this summer (and next one too), I had to watch the balloons (well, inflated playgrounds for kids), and there was a large shadowy place behind the balloons, where there was a trailer and I’m not even going to tell you the shit I fantasized about :D
unbelievable!!

September 20, 2014   97,732 notes

upallnightogetloki:

walkwthoutrhythm:

wolfdiesel:

sizvideos:

Video

Ladies and Gentlemen, craftsmanship. One of the finest examples of taking pride in what you do, and making absolutely sure no detail is too small.

Old school Transformers are so cool.

*heavy breathing*

I really really like this

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September 19, 2014   779 notes

lunar-glow:

Russell Brand on the death of Robin Williams

"I’d been thinking about Robin Williams a bit recently. His manager Larry Bresner told me that when Robin was asked by a German journalist on a press junket why the Germans had a reputation for humourlessness that Williams replied, “Because you killed all the funny people.”

Robin Williams was exciting to me because he seemed to be sat upon a geyser of comedy. Like he didn’t manufacture it laboriously within but had only to open a valve and it would come bursting through in effervescent jets. He was plugged into the mains of comedy.

I was aware too that this burbling and manic man-child that I watched on the box on my Nan’s front room floor with a Mork action figure (I wish I still had that, he came in a plastic egg) struggled with mental illness and addiction. The chaotic clarity that lashed like an electric cable, that razzed and sparked with amoral, puckish wonder was in fact harvested madness. A refinement of an energy that could turn as easily to destruction as creativity.

He spoke candidly about his mental illness and addiction, how he felt often on a precipice of self-destruction, whether through substance misuse or some act of more certain finality. I thought that this articulate acknowledgement amounted to a kind of vaccine against the return of such diseased thinking, which has proven to be hopelessly naive.

When someone gets to 63 I imagined, hoped, I suppose, that maturity would grant an immunity to adolescent notions of suicide but today I read that suicide isn’t exclusively a young man’s game. Robin Williams at 63 still hadn’t come to terms with being Robin Williams.

Now I am incapable of looking back at my fleeting meeting with him with any kind of objectivity, I am bound to apply, with hindsight, some special significance to his fragility, meekness and humility. Hidden behind his beard and kindness and compliments was a kind of awkwardness, like he was in the wrong context or element, a fallen bird on a hard floor.

It seems that Robin Williams could not find a context. Is that what drug use is? An attempt to anaesthetise against a reality that constantly knocks against your nerves, like tinfoil on an old school filling, the pang an urgent message to a dormant, truer you.

Is it melancholy to think that a world that Robin Williams can’t live in must be broken? To tie this sad event to the overarching misery of our times? No academic would co-sign a theory in which the tumult of our fractured and unhappy planet is causing the inherently hilarious to end their lives, though I did read that suicide among the middle-aged increased inexplicably in 1999 and has been rising ever since. Is it a condition of our era?

Poor Robin Williams, briefly enduring that lonely moment of morbid certainty where it didn’t matter how funny he was or who loved him or how many lachrymose obituaries would be written. I feel bad now that I was unduly and unbefittingly snooty about that handful of his films that were adjudged unsophisticated and sentimental. He obviously dealt with a pain that was impossible to render and ultimately insurmountable, the sentimentality perhaps an accompaniment to his childlike brilliance.

We sort of accept that the price for that free-flowing, fast-paced, inexplicable comic genius is a counterweight of solitary misery. That there is an invisible inner economy that demands a high price for breathtaking talent. For me genius is defined by that irrationality; how can he talk like that? Play like that? Kick a ball like that? A talent that was not sculpted and schooled, educated and polished but bursts through the portal, raw and vulgar. Always mischievous, always on the brink of going wrong, dangerous and fun, like drugs.

Robin Williams could have tapped anyone in the western world on the shoulder and told them he felt down and they would have told him not to worry, that he was great, that they loved him. He must have known that. He must have known his wife and kids loved him, that his mates all thought he was great, that millions of strangers the world over held him in their hearts, a hilarious stranger that we could rely on to anarchically interrupt, the all-encompassing sadness of the world. Today Robin Williams is part of the sad narrative that we used to turn to him to disrupt.

What platitudes then can we fling along with the listless, insufficient wreaths at the stillness that was once so animated and wired, the silence where the laughter was? That fame and accolades are no defence against mental illness and addiction? That we live in a world that has become so negligent of human values that our brightest lights are extinguishing themselves? That we must be more vigilant, more aware, more grateful, more mindful? That we can’t tarnish this tiny slice of awareness that we share on this sphere amidst the infinite blackness with conflict and hate?

That we must reach inward and outward to the light that is inside all of us? That all around us people are suffering behind masks less interesting than the one Robin Williams wore? Do you have time to tune in to Fox News, to cement your angry views to calcify the certain misery?

What I might do is watch Mrs Doubtfire. Or Dead Poets Society or Good Will Hunting and I might be nice to people, mindful today how fragile we all are, how delicate we are, even when fizzing with divine madness that seems like it will never expire.”

(Source: theguardian.com)

September 19, 2014   118 notes

My Thursdays with Oakley 9 - Picture perfect

so-easy-to-love-me:

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  • +18 Content. Part 9 of…. Reader´s perspective.
  • Author: me, so-easy-to-love-me
  • Character: Oakley
  • Genre: Smutty smut, paired with a bit of emotion maybe?
  • Summary: Oakley and his playmate are sperated for another Thursday - and he certainly doesn´t like it!

Finally another week was over. Time had gone by and I honestly couldn´t tell if it had rushed or crawled, because my thoughts were not in the here and now.

I was distracted and did not like it, because I didn´t recognize myself like that. I simply wasn´t myself. Something was going on with me. I felt euphoric but too lazy to get anything accomplished, energetic but my head somehow in a big hazy cloud, satisfied and longing at the same time.

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September 19, 2014   58,609 notes

allthatandasideoftom:

coy00koi:

coritahaven:

Benedict telling it like it is. [x]

I’ve been there, whole hall cheered :D

I’d love to get Russell Brand over there

oh coy00koi…that would be fun

Yeah, it would, wouldn’t it? To be honest, I have a mild obsession with that man. He’s really fucking great. A genius poet / court jester whom I’d like to fuck, very much, and then spent the next 10 years discussing things. We happen to agree on a lot of them :P

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September 19, 2014   2,529 notes

Deleted tumblrtextposts from the Thor script #2

ehehe

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September 19, 2014   122 notes
smittentomkitten:

coy00koi:

smittentomkitten:

incredifishface:

smittentomkitten:

inspired-by-hiddles:

Luke Windsor @lukejwinsord Breaking news! @twhiddleston has the lead role in King Kong origin movie SKULL ISLAND. Very cool: http://t.co/bJlvBcxNpD
Tom Hiddleston to Star in King Kong Origin Pic ‘Skull Island’
Legendary Entertainment’s “Skull Island” is getting ready to roar, as it has tapped Tom Hiddleston to star in and Jordan Vogt-Roberts to direct the feature film based on the origins of King Kong.
The film will focus on the giant gorilla’s mysterious and dangerous world — something previous films in the genre have only touched on. Max Borenstein, who also wrote the screenplay for Legendary’s “Godzilla” reboot, penned the first draft. Character details were not available.
Legendary has moved quickly to get this pic off the ground after announcing it at this year’s Comic-Con in San Diego. The company was looking at Joe Cornish as a possible director, but moved on when he was occupied with Universal’s spy pic “Section Six.”
Hiddleston, who is best known for his role in the “Avengers” films, will also star in Legendary’s upcoming “Crimson Peak” horror film from director Guillermo del Toro. He is repped by William Morris Endeavor, Hamilton Hodell and Authentic Management.
Vogt-Roberts directed (and exec produced) the 2013 coming-of-age comedy-drama “The Kings of Summer,” as well as episodes of the new FX comedy “You’re the Worst.” He is repped by UTA, 3 Arts Entertainment and attorneys Alan Wertheimer and Andy Gawker.
Universal Pictures will distribute the film on November 4, 2016.
variety.com

I’ve literally shelved thoughts (and images) about this to the back of my mind for the past two days.  Buried them.  Smothered.  Because I can’t handle it with what’s ALREADY LOOMING FOR 2015.  Which could include bare-ass naked Hiddles in both CP and High Rise.

lokiwholockfactory quoting-shakespeare-to-ducks ophelia-tagloff larouau12 ohhiddles-myhiddles insanely-smart littlejenner …

ok, but do we know about HR, please somebody, that 60s look, are we talking nudity as well, do i need to talk to my therapist first, please i haven’t processed CP’s ‘butt naked’ tweet yet, please no HR too? omg omg omg omg
ok so i need to get ready. darthrosenberger you can have my ticket for Hamletbatch
and this what i want on my grave
incredifishface
1981-2015
I regret nothing

incredifishface
We don’t know about HR nudity.  There wasn’t any in the book, but the Robert Laing character was described as someone who enjoyed sunbathing on his balcony in the nude.   So god willing, Mr. Wheatley ran with that.
What we do know is that there will be swimming pool scenes and a lot of Wet!Tom.  In 1970s swimming attire.  Which may in fact resemble what the handsome gentleman on the bottom right is modeling:

ophelia-tagloff lokiwholockfactory quoting-shakespeare-to-ducks insanely-smart …

WHAT butt naked tweet?! I’ve been away girls, explain this!!

coy00koi
Someone saw a screening of Crimson Peak. Said he is “butt naked” in it.

Even though it was predictable from when Del Toro was saying “kinky and bloody and REALLY like his spanish films”, hearing it said like this makes me, I’ll admit, very excited. We cannot be sure we’ll get the full frontal, (I think we’d be able to smell such controversy in the air, it’d get thick and tangibly sexual), but some fine thrusting motions, along with the actual butt shots are fairly predictable. Perhaps that’s why it’s taking so long? They’re trying to cut out all the scenes of the conda peaking out in various delectable manners :D

smittentomkitten:

coy00koi:

smittentomkitten:

incredifishface:

smittentomkitten:

inspired-by-hiddles:

@lukejwinsord Breaking news! @twhiddleston has the lead role in King Kong origin movie SKULL ISLAND. Very cool: http://t.co/bJlvBcxNpD

Tom Hiddleston to Star in King Kong Origin Pic ‘Skull Island’

Legendary Entertainment’s “Skull Island” is getting ready to roar, as it has tapped Tom Hiddleston to star in and Jordan Vogt-Roberts to direct the feature film based on the origins of King Kong.

The film will focus on the giant gorilla’s mysterious and dangerous world — something previous films in the genre have only touched on. Max Borenstein, who also wrote the screenplay for Legendary’s “Godzilla” reboot, penned the first draft. Character details were not available.

Legendary has moved quickly to get this pic off the ground after announcing it at this year’s Comic-Con in San Diego. The company was looking at Joe Cornish as a possible director, but moved on when he was occupied with Universal’s spy pic “Section Six.”

Hiddleston, who is best known for his role in the “Avengers” films, will also star in Legendary’s upcoming “Crimson Peak” horror film from director Guillermo del Toro. He is repped by William Morris Endeavor, Hamilton Hodell and Authentic Management.

Vogt-Roberts directed (and exec produced) the 2013 coming-of-age comedy-drama “The Kings of Summer,” as well as episodes of the new FX comedy “You’re the Worst.” He is repped by UTA, 3 Arts Entertainment and attorneys Alan Wertheimer and Andy Gawker.

Universal Pictures will distribute the film on November 4, 2016.

variety.com

I’ve literally shelved thoughts (and images) about this to the back of my mind for the past two days.  Buried them.  Smothered.  Because I can’t handle it with what’s ALREADY LOOMING FOR 2015.  Which could include bare-ass naked Hiddles in both CP and High Rise.

lokiwholockfactory quoting-shakespeare-to-ducks ophelia-tagloff larouau12 ohhiddles-myhiddles insanely-smart littlejenner

ok, but do we know about HR, please somebody, that 60s look, are we talking nudity as well, do i need to talk to my therapist first, please i haven’t processed CP’s ‘butt naked’ tweet yet, please no HR too? omg omg omg omg

ok so i need to get ready. darthrosenberger you can have my ticket for Hamletbatch

and this what i want on my grave

incredifishface

1981-2015

I regret nothing

incredifishface

We don’t know about HR nudity.  There wasn’t any in the book, but the Robert Laing character was described as someone who enjoyed sunbathing on his balcony in the nude.   So god willing, Mr. Wheatley ran with that.

What we do know is that there will be swimming pool scenes and a lot of Wet!Tom.  In 1970s swimming attire.  Which may in fact resemble what the handsome gentleman on the bottom right is modeling:

ophelia-tagloff lokiwholockfactory quoting-shakespeare-to-ducks insanely-smart

WHAT butt naked tweet?! I’ve been away girls, explain this!!

coy00koi
Someone saw a screening of Crimson Peak. Said he is “butt naked” in it.

Even though it was predictable from when Del Toro was saying “kinky and bloody and REALLY like his spanish films”, hearing it said like this makes me, I’ll admit, very excited. We cannot be sure we’ll get the full frontal, (I think we’d be able to smell such controversy in the air, it’d get thick and tangibly sexual), but some fine thrusting motions, along with the actual butt shots are fairly predictable.
Perhaps that’s why it’s taking so long? They’re trying to cut out all the scenes of the conda peaking out in various delectable manners :D