1. omgthatdress:

    I love Angelina Jolie’s wedding dress.  Completely fantastic.

    (via jenniferkatic)

  2. 6x22 “Veritas” deleted scene (x)

    (Source: stanacatic, via his-muse-is-in-his-veins)

  4. castletv:

    Casting Spoiler

    Thanks to Twitter we have learned that South African actor Cliff Simon will be appearing in an episode of Castle this season. The actor mentioned both Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic in his Tweets. Cliff Simon is probably best known for his recurring role in the sci-fi series Stargate SG1 and the…

    Read more at http://castletv.net/casting-spoiler/


  6. refridgerator:

    when you stay up all night doing hw and the teacher doesn’t collect it


    (via the-nautilus-shell-tattoo)

  7. stana katic + bloopers

    (Source: stanacatic, via babygray)

  8. andiloveyoukate:


    (via namlulu)


  10. bunysliper:

    Castle Rewatch: When The Bough Breaks

    There’s something so funny about Castle relying on Beckett to be “the adult” only to have her turn around and give him hell, too.

    (via alwaysacastillion)

  11. rathooligan:

    Knockout [9/9]

    (via alwaysacastillion)

  12. Dude! Castle’s chair! | Requested by Liss

    (Source: favouriteslittlethings, via alwaysacastillion)

  15. whereisyourredscaaahf:




    Why Tumblr should Fall In Love with Frida Kahlo. 


    i love everything about this because i love frida kahlo, but how are you going to not list the fact she was in a horrible bus accident that basically crippled her for most of her life and while lying bedridden she began to paint. frida kahlo didn’t give up and that makes her truly amazing.

    Every single Frida Kahlo appreciation post Ive seen egregiously neglects the fact that she endured and survived a car accident that resulted in a metal pole being shoved through her body and essentially destroying her uterus. This incident informed many of her paintings and depictions of herself and yet she did not allow it to end herself. Her paintings became monuments to and representations of her suffering that she freely, openly and powerfully expressed. She painted her reality defying not only conventional beauty norms and continuing to slay anyways, but also artistic norms. While others considered her works surreal, she adamantly stood her ground saying that they were not surreal at all; that they were 100% accurate and realistic depictions of her suffering. And I think for someone to turn life crippling tragedy into the worlds most recognized self portraits is pretty badass and worth appreciating.

    (via sacredhatred)