R.I.P Nelson Mandela (True inspiration)
Retweet this please for Mandela
To anyone in the UK: this little 3 year old girl lost her best friend, named Mr. Rabbit, in London a few days ago. Her mother has begun an online campaign to find him. The little girl cries herself to sleep every night because she misses him. These best friends should not be apart.
This is Tumblr guys! If anyone can find this rabbit, we can. Please reblog the shit out of this to reunite these best buddies.
If you have any leads, report them here.
WE HAVE A LOST BUNE. I REPEAT. LOST BUNE.
HELP LITTLE GIRL FIND LOST BUNE. I would be crying too, tbh. ;A;
Follow 3 Steps Below:
1. Follow the movement of the rotating pink dot with your eyes. You will see only one color - Pink.
2. Now stare at the black “+” in the center, and the moving dot turns to green.
3. Now keep staring at the “+”, and after a short time, all the pink dots disappear, and all you see is a rotating green dot!
The Doctor cares.
This has given me an inexplicable need for a companion to carry the Doctor like this.
Still my favorite story from the Lord of the Rings set: Viggo Mortensen bonded so much with the horse he rode in the movies that after filming was over he bought it from its owner. If that doesn’t warm your heart I don’t know what could.
don’t forget that he also bought arwen’s horse for her stunt rider when she couldn’t afford it awww
#also don’t forget that for the rohirrim they put a call out for locals #bring a horse show us you can ride it and get a part in the battle scenes #and one women went out roped a wild horse and rode for a few days to set #and got to be a rider of rohan
also sort of relevant viggo also bought the horse that costarred with him in the movie hidalgo and subsequently took the horse (tj) with him to the red carpet premier.
Also most of the Riders of Rohan are actually women because when they put out that call mostly women showed up with their horses and the costume team just stuck beards on them.
1. Make eye contact. Throw small glances and catch the eye of the person you’re interested in. Hold their gaze briefly, then smile and look away.
2. Smile at the person. To be most effective, smile slowly (rather than grinning widely), and crinkle your eyes. That kind of smile is more genuine and appealing.
3. Talk to them. You don’t have to commit to a full conversation but at least say “hello” and acknowledge their existence!
4. Initiate a conversation with them (one step on from point 3). Think of easy ways to get a conversation going. In many ways the topic isn’t so significant. You just want to talk to them, and try and pique their interest. General guidelines are … ask a neutral question; try and find some areas of common interest; gauge their response before showing more interest; and keep things light and impersonal.