(via out-hiking)


velveteen-queen:

gulping:

Rubeus Hagrid

this is the best 

velveteen-queen:

gulping:

Rubeus Hagrid

this is the best 

(via out-hiking)


lotrlockedwhovian:

I WANT THIS AT WORK

lotrlockedwhovian:

I WANT THIS AT WORK

(via we-all-share-one-moon)


backonpointe:

quintessence-of-dust:

Kacy Catanzaro: the first woman in history to qualify for Mt. Midoriyama.

I just need everyone to watch this video [x]. She’s a 5 foot, 100 lb gymnast and she beasts through this insanely difficult, heavily upper body focused course like it was her morning jog. The camera keeps cutting to these massive, musclebound men in the audience with their mouths hanging open. 

She is so amazing. Just stops, surveys the obstacle in front of her, and goes for it.


misfound:

following back!

misfound:

following back!

(via out-hiking)


(via out-hiking)


ifunnyws:

Jonah Hill & Morgan Freeman

(via controversial-tabloid-story)


Gwendoline Christie is the actress for Brienne of Tarth in Game of Thrones. She stands at 6 feet 3 inches tall and took swordfighting, horseriding, and stagefighting lessons for her part, as well as gaining 14 pounds of muscle, to accurately portray Brienne. (x)

She was also terrified of cutting her hair because she’d spent her life believing it was one of the only things that would make people see her as feminine despite her height. In an interview with TV Guide she said:

I struggled for a long time with [cutting] my hair, but then I’m grateful for the opportunity to realize that femininity doesn’t have to come from hair or any of those traditional female archetypes of appearance, So, that’s been exciting actually. I can’t speak with any kind of authority whatsoever because I’m just an actor and I only have my opinions, but I do think it’s really refreshing to have a woman depicted on a mainstream TV show that doesn’t obey typical aesthetics of females and the way they have been portrayed in the past. And I’m really excited to be portraying one of those women. And I hope that her popularity signals a greater expansion of people’s views about men and women and that gender types can be more flexible.

(via controversial-tabloid-story)