TA-DA!

TA-DA!

(Source: ohgodbenny)

(Source: annyskod)

rominatrix:

Benedict Cumberbatch at Hugo Boss Womanswear fashion show Fall/Winter 2014 [x]

ohgodbenny:

Benedict answering about taking on a role of Smaug.

Benedict Cumberbatch (on a radio station in Toronto.)

  • Interviewer: Can you say Benedict Cumberbatch three times fast?
  • Benedict: On a Monday morning I can't even say it once.

Before Benedict's Ice Bucket Challenge

  • Ben: So Tom what should I wear?
  • Tom: Wear anything you want.
  • Tom: Any regular shirts would work
  • Tom: You will make them really happy if you are not wearing one though
  • Tom: But you could wear a suit and they'll still like it
  • Tom: Or a leather jacket
  • Tom: They also liked it when I wore a white shirt so you could wear that
  • Ben: Okay
  • Ben: I'll wear all of that

(Source: cumberswag)

superbaltizard:

Every time I see this I get really irritated. Not because of fangirl reasons. 
I mean, is it such a bad thing to find people attractive that are not ’babes’ like all these pumped up and photoshopped models? 
Is it really so bad that people find more average looking people very attractive?
Because i don’t think so. I think it’s pretty good that society starts appreciating people who don’t fit the norm that has been labeled as perfect. 
This generation is starting to be openly comfortable about being attracted to people with very characteristic looks and behaviour that are obivously unique to every person. (No matter if they look like models or not)
I’m not writing this with the intention to insult anyone. I’m just trying to make something clear about ‘les gouts et les colours ne discutent pas’. 
Is that really such a bad thing?

superbaltizard:

Every time I see this I get really irritated. Not because of fangirl reasons. 

I mean, is it such a bad thing to find people attractive that are not babes’ like all these pumped up and photoshopped models? 

Is it really so bad that people find more average looking people very attractive?

Because i don’t think so. I think it’s pretty good that society starts appreciating people who don’t fit the norm that has been labeled as perfect. 

This generation is starting to be openly comfortable about being attracted to people with very characteristic looks and behaviour that are obivously unique to every person. (No matter if they look like models or not)

I’m not writing this with the intention to insult anyone. I’m just trying to make something clear about ‘les gouts et les colours ne discutent pas’. 

Is that really such a bad thing?

hiddlememes:

That awkward moment…
…that we are all totally OK with

hiddlememes:

That awkward moment…

…that we are all totally OK with

sherlockisthebest:

sex on legs