These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise.
favourite Star Trek characters with cats.
Gosh I really like Star Trek
what was really happening while kirk was fighting klingons
somebody take my tablet away please
“You got to sit in the special chair in this one.” [x]
You are single because you are single. It’s really as simple as that. You haven’t made the connection with another heart yet. You can get dolled up, dress cute, cut your hair, dye your hair, tweeze your eyebrows, put on lipstick and you may still. be. single. You can go out to a bar hoping to meet the love of your life and not find a damn one in the place attractive. And it’s going to remain that way until it’s time for you to find one. Stop hoping for it. Start living the life that you do have instead of wishing for things that you don’t have. There will come a time you’ll meet a boy and you’ll have to give up some of this single freedom you currently have. Start being more thankful. Start doing that now.
[Fantaken Photos] 130508 Lee Jonghyun at KFHI Ceremony
credits + more photos @PlanetB_ ( planet-b.tistory.com )
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reasons why you should watch vikings by me
ive never done a shitty powerpoint for tumblr before so forgive me
May Thor Strike You Dead.
Ragnar Lodbrok (Ragnar “Hairy-Breeches”, Old Norse: Ragnarr Loðbrók) was a legendary Norse ruler and hero from the Viking Agewho became known as the scourge of France and England and as the father of many renowned sons, including Ivar the Boneless, Björn Ironside, Halfdan Ragnarsson and Ubba.
According to legend, Ragnar was thrice married: to the shieldmaiden Lagertha, to the noblewoman Thora Town-Hart and to the warrior queen Aslaug. Said to have been a relative of the Danish king Gudfred or a son of king Sigurd Hring, he became king himself and distinguished himself by many raids and conquests until he was eventually seized by his foe, King Ælla of Northumbria, and killed by being thrown into a pit of snakes. His sons bloodily avenged him by invading England with the Great Heathen Army.
Ragnar is the subject of Old Norse poetry and several legendary sagas. While his sons are historical figures, it is uncertain whether Ragnar himself existed. Many of the tales told about him appear to originate with the deeds of a variety of historical Viking heroes and rulers.