keep looking up.

my thoughts are stars I can't fathom into constellations

formerly missmysticfalls

mica . argentina . ravenclaw
fringe. orphan black. lost. doctor who. the good wife. the americans. game of thrones. the walking dead. suits. homeland. luther. bates motel. hannibal. community. pretty little liars. castle. elementary. grey's anatomy. harry potter. the hunger games. anna torv. dakota & elle fanning. tatiana maslany. ryan gosling.

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"Le tiré agua a Sabella porque lo vi demasiado nervioso"- Lavezzi

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4 months ago · 559 notes · originally from apocalypseau
#babieees #game of thrones

Sansa Stark in “The Mountain and the Viper” (s04e08) [x]

Sansa Stark in “The Mountain and the Viper” (s04e08) [x]

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4 months ago · 9,549 notes · originally from sansalayned
#sansa stark #baby #game of thrones

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Awhile ago, I was in this kind of psych ward and there was this guy, Leonard. All the time I knew him,all he ever said were these numbers. “4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42”. Over and over and over again.

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4 months ago · 4,782 notes · originally from missanniehall
#lost #I miss you

Tatiana Maslany on the complexity of women in Orphan Black

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"I’m very girlie, so it used to be a lot of Peter Pan collars and poofy dresses, now I’m getting older, I feel like I can wear things a bit more structured and a bit more tomboy. I’m ok with wearing trousers now, but when I was 12, I was like ‘No, that’s for boys!’" x

4 months ago · 691 notes · originally from fanningsistersdaily
#elle fanning #flawless

Tatiana Maslany being Sarah Manning being Alison Hendrix being Donnie Hendrix.

Bow down, #CloneClub.

4 months ago · 11,113 notes · originally from orphanblack
#perfeeeeect #orphan black

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4 months ago · 3,142 notes · originally from roobbstark
#my heart #sarah x cal #orphan black