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Ninja Update: Wanna see something fun? Mention Shakespeare in a sentence and see what happens.
Dickens and Dickinson had a fight over the expression ‘What the Dickens’.
ALSO LEAVE POE ALONE HE HAD A HARD LIFE.
Shakespeare adds the adjectives “handsome and lovely” before his name.
This is actually brilliant.
This is the only John Green cameo I’ll get behind.
reblogging so john green can find this
"There’s a lot of beauty in ordinary things. Isn’t that kind of the point?"
Pam Beesly, last line of the show. (via lordspock)
my intense and irrational attraction to this man just increased significantly
"Cerulean. Bombay Sapphire. The deep end of the pool."
Zachary Quinto, when asked to describe the precise color blue of Chris Pine’s eyes. (x)