Don’t you DARE
me at a straight boy’s house
#one of those times when everyone (including steve) is like holy fucking shit this chick is brilliant#and like really fucking good at her job#and like wow now i see why she’s SHIELD’s top agent#i should let her run everything#she should be in charge#etc etc
#basically#can we also just not forget that had natasha not been on the lookout and seen rumlow on the escalator that would’ve been it#also i love how this is one of the more perfect examples of spy vs soldier#steve is used to reacting#his first instinct is to engage and think about how he can phyically defend himself in a fight#natasha is used to acting#her first instinct is to figure out the best way to hide and be stealth and quietly play the game#because for as much as the black widow likes to draw people into her web (see: bucky on the causeway) she plays it quiet 90% of the time#which is basically her strength and what makes her so good at what she does
Tears aren’t a woman’s only weapon. The best one’s between your legs.
"I met Beyoncé, which was one of my dreams. She asked to meet me, and i went and said hi to her. It was crazy, she took my breath away. She said to me my voice is like butter.So i’m done for life now, i don’t need to do anything else"
Sam Smith on meeting Beyoncé
be prepared // jim moriarty
In honor of my 400th post and reaching 2,500 followers, I have decided to go completely of topic and give you this beauty. If you want more feel free to tell me.
Sherlock turning up to crime scenes with John likeaww yisssss murder
why am i laughing
yoohoo big summer blow out
More fun facts about ancient Celtic marriage laws: There were no laws against interclass or interracial marriage, no laws against open homosexual relationships (although they weren’t considered ‘marriages’ since the definition of a marriage was ‘couple with child’), no requirement for women to take their husband’s names or give up their property, but comedians couldn’t get married
It’s Adam and Eve not Adam Sandler and Eve
Comedians were usually satirists and the brehon laws were adamantly anti-satire. Case in point, a lord (ri) could lose his honor if he tolerated satire within his tuatha. Victims of satire (which included insults, unfortunate nicknames that stuck with you) were entitled to compensation from the satirist equal to the victim’s enechlann (honor-price). In some instances, the satirist could make amends by publicly reciting a poem praising the victim.
The ancient Irish were serious people.