Name: Emilie

Age: 18

Location: Denmark

Interests (among others): Once Upon A Time, Star Trek, Supernatural, Disney and whatever you want to talk about :)

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That moment when you realize that he had an entire wardrobe that fit her. THEN you realize about 95% of the wardrobe matches everything he owns.


"Upstairs, there’s clothing…small…as if for a child?"
Rumple keeps his family with him, even when they’re not with him.


I owe my father everything~


The number of spells involving baby parts would surprise you.

Regina, finally answering the question - “why did Rumple always want babies?” (via lanaparrillasituation)

This is probably meant to be a joke and I’m taking it too seriously, but this bothers me.  No.  Rumple does not kill babies to use them for magic.  Henry is the first child in more than 300 years that he considered hurting and that’s a huge part of his character.  He doesn’t hurt children.  He brought them home from the war and he takes baby James and gives him to a king.  He didn’t actually want Cinderella’s baby, he was setting himself up to be jailed, but if he had gotten her it couldn’t have been for baby parts.  

(via nothingeverlost)

I think he wanted Cinderella baby for True Love Child curse breaking. Like he preferences Emma but he’d take the Cindy’s kid. But that’s me seeing Rum as someone who always has two wants from his plans, in case he can’t get the first.

(via flameysaur)

You know, I always saw him asking for people’s children as a test to see whether they were worthy. He gave up Bae for power, the ultimate price. When a parent gives away their child like it’s just another piece of gold to barter [like Cinderella makes out she does], then I see Rum thinking that they are not worthy of their children. I also think that’s one of the reasons why he was so angry at Maurice. His child was not worth giving up for the Ogres and yet when she came home he hurt her anyway. 

(via ddagent)


March 9, 2014
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (1990)
Dir./Writer: Tom Stoppard





Let us appreciate the fashion goddesses that are the Team Rocket Trio!


Jesse & James saying fuck you to gender roles since 1997

I have been waiting all my life for this post

(Source: the-purple-comet)

andy robinson: garak really needs a romance
writers: stop giving garak and bashir scenes together
andy robinson: *garak really needs a romance*
writers: ignore garak's invitation to jadzia dax to join him for breakfast
writers: here's ziyal
andy robinson: ...
andy robinson: not that one


like i’m all about equal opportunity shipping y’all know that

but there are just some ships that i look at and go


The Full Monty (1997)

(Source: abbaturd)