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Not A Hoover Being A Man

19. Female. Actor. English and infatuated with tea. Maker of unpopular gifsets. Avid reader.
Potterhead, Tribute, Whovian, Downtonian, Sherlockian, Theatre Geek, McGonagall Fan, Old Hollywood Girl. Maggie Smith, Emma Thompson, Michelle Fairley, Phyllis Logan, Judi Dench, Elisabeth Sladen, Derek Jacobi, Kenneth Branagh, Miranda Hart, Penelope Wilton, Vivien Leigh, Ian McKellen, Wicked, OITNB.
You will also find a great number of random posts that catch my eye!

nohetero-superpotterlock:

good thing harry potter didnt choose slytherin

 hp history - 1/3 younger versions of characters

Minerva McGonagall (4th October 1935 - present)

"Always a very brave and private person, she poured all her energies into her work, and very few people - excepting perhaps Albus Dumbledore - ever realised how much she suffered."

efficientenough:

poopflow:

*oitnb theme song plays* *runs 3 miles* *takes 2 hour nap* *goes out to dinner* *comes back and takes a shower* *episode starts*

you’ve got time


Jessica Lange by Steven Klein for W Magazine, September 2014

Jessica Lange by Steven Klein for W Magazine, September 2014

makepieswakethedead:

i’m all about natasha learning to sign so she still tell clint off for being an idiot when he takes his hearing aids out halfway through her rants.


Available here 23 Oct 2014

Available here 23 Oct 2014

uusoae:

Ok but in french the sorting hat becomes le Choixpeau which is an excellent pun on choix (choice) and chapeau (hat) and I weep that this isn’t possible in English

christinesmcvie:

emma—thompson:

"Long ago, I remember thinking I could never be as good, kind, wise, loving and generally brilliant and gorgeous as mum, It’s taken me over half a century to stop trying." Emma Thompson

christinesmcvie:

emma—thompson:

"Long ago, I remember thinking I could never be as good, kind, wise, loving and generally brilliant and gorgeous as mum, It’s taken me over half a century to stop trying." Emma Thompson

Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

happymathilda:

"Damn you, spoilt creature; I shan’t make you love me any the more by giving myself away like this." - Penelope Wilton as Vita Sackville-West in ‘Vita and Virginia’, 1993

happymathilda:

"Damn you, spoilt creature; I shan’t make you love me any the more by giving myself away like this." - Penelope Wilton as Vita Sackville-West in ‘Vita and Virginia’, 1993

Sophie Turner and Pedro Pascal taking part in the Ice Bucket Challenge to help raise awareness for ALS.