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"The good parts are so good
you’re willing to suffer an
unbelievable amount of
pain just to get to them"

my entire relationship with
tv/games in a sentence tbh


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Mike Laidlaw confirms no Heal ability for mages


15 Reasons Why Monica Geller Is An Unappreciated Character



1: Fed all of her friends almost every day for ten years without complaining.

2: Excelled in a traditionally masculine career, (yes, cookery as a profession is generally male-dominated) and in traditionally masculine hobbies (football), without compromising her femininity or sexuality.

3: At the same time, revelled in traditionally female interests such as babies, marriage and housework without apologizing for them, or suggesting they made her inferior or weak.

4: Overcame teenage obesity.

5: Grew up in an emotionally abusive home, with a mother who subjected her to relentless criticism and verbal mistreatment….But still emerged with a sense of her own self-worth, determination to fulfil her dreams and huge capacity to care for others.

6: Stayed friends with her brother who bullied her as a child, and contributed to said-emotionally abusive home. Didn’t blame him for her mistreatment or show resentment towards him.

7: Took former best friend – who abandoned and rejected her for a ‘high society’ life – into her home without question.

8: Prior to this, accepted a woman who had previously lived on the streets, as her roommate and welcomed her into her group of friends.

9: Went through unemployment and shitty jobs, but refused to take unfair advantages she hadn’t earned (i.e. Pete buying her a restaurant). Eventually gained a prestigious head chef position based entirely on her own merit.

10: Walked away from the man she thought was the love of her life, because she wanted children and he’d only have them to make her happy. Even though that option would have been 100 times less painful for Monica, she knew that wasn’t fair on him and refused.

11: After marrying the actual love of her life, she waited until Chandler was ready to have kids, because she knew about his fears of raising children. When they discovered virtually the only option for children was sperm donor-ship (so they’d be her kids but not his), she refused and insisted on adoption. 

12: Was also the one-woman cheerleading team for the aforementioned love of her life, in telling him he could be the amazing boyfriend, husband and father that he never saw in himself. Was proved 100% right.

13: Resisted her control-freak coping mechanisms to give Chandler the power of making the big decisions about their future, (saying ‘I Love you’, moving in together, marriage), so he could work through his commitment phobia. Again, proved it was 100% worth it.

14: Encouraged her husband to quit a job he hated, then supported him – financially and emotionally –through his subsequent unemployment and helped him find his dream career.

15: Never, ever fucking gives up on anything or anyone. 


Can we also mention that she had figured out the names of her children since she was a child and when Rachel requested the name “Emma” for her daughter, Monica gave it up immediately? Or how she gave up the wedding dress of her dreams so that her husband- to- be would have his favorite band at the wedding?

Or how she is a natural leader and the entire group goes to her for advice because they know Monica will know what to do.

Jessica Chastain at the Michael Kors fashion show in New York
Jessica Chastain at the Michael Kors fashion show in New York

[00:05:47] jelly bean: i dropped the whizzy circle thing in him nd now he’s losing like 42ml per second
[00:05:58] Amcakes w/ bananers: stab him with needle
[00:06:04] jelly bean: I CANT GRAB IT
[00:07:32] jelly bean: OH NO I STABBED MYSELF

doctor of the year 2k14


i killed my first patient lmao

by which i mean the first patient i ever operated on died

That random person you met online and now is a big part of your life

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James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain in The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby