août 31 2014, 12:44 AM   •   54 notes   •   Via   •   Source
howtotrainyourdragon:

“Astrid is still a strong feminine character. But she is a little less tomboy and a little more glamorous. Her relationship with Hiccup has evolved.” –Pierre-Olivier Vincent, production designer
Concept art by Woonyoung Jung

howtotrainyourdragon:

“Astrid is still a strong feminine character. But she is a little less tomboy and a little more glamorous. Her relationship with Hiccup has evolved.” –Pierre-Olivier Vincent, production designer

Concept art by Woonyoung Jung

août 31 2014, 12:35 AM   •   590 notes   •   Via   •   Source
#astrid   #hiccup   #httyd   #httyd 2   

list of things beatrice duke and benedick hobbes have definitely argued over at some point 

accioinvisibilitycloak:

minbu:

  • pineapple on pizza
  • who hermione should end up
  • whos the hottest one direction member
  • are black and white colors
  • pluto
  • marvel vs dc
  • green apples or red ones
  • COOKIE. CREAM.

Okay, on the Hermione one, Ben always thought Ron and Hermione should end…

août 31 2014, 12:34 AM   •   34 notes   •   Via   •   Source

Sorry I’m Late feat Tina Pan

nomnomsavy:

"Benedick. He’s a total dick! Right? Right?!"

"Beatrice is a stupid little so and so who..doesn’t know anything about anything!"

août 31 2014, 12:15 AM   •   26 notes   •   Via   •   Source

flightofthelbd:

NMTD/KITR with James/Lily as Bea/Ben, requested by taxicabsandcupcakes.

Keep ‘em coming!

août 30 2014, 09:07 PM   •   75 notes   •   Via   •   Source

Look I found, Jake is not the only one who’s done Power Rangers!

ellen-of-troy:

paxvictoriana:

AUSTEN’S INCOMES: HOW MUCH WAS MR. DARCY WORTH?
thatwetshirt:

therealelizabethbennet:

What the incomes of the people in Jane Austen´s books are worth today :) 
source: http://janeaustensworld.wordpress.com/2008/02/10/the-economics-of-pride-and-prejudice-or-why-a-single-man-with-a-fortune-of-4000-per-year-is-a-desirable-husband/

i entered the amounts into an american inflation calculator…in 2013 terms… it’s basically double the 1988 amounts…

Using the same UK National Archives Currency Converter, the 2005 (most recent possible date) equivalent for these characters is listed below, based on the incomes/fortunes determined above.
(view table in new tab to zoom)
For what it’s, er, worth: Jane Austen was paid the following amounts for her books (according to the DNB), provided with their modern-day equivalents:
£110 for the copyright to P&P — £3,735 in 2005 sterling;
£320 profit for Mansfield Park — £10,867;
£140 ‘beside the copyright’ for S&S — £4,754;
‘A shocking initial loss of £182 8s. 3d. was set against profits of Emma (£231 1s. 3d.), leaving Austen in her lifetime only £48 13s. to show for her finest novel’ — a profit of £1,652.15;
Overall: ‘she received something over £631, perhaps as much as £668. It was insufficient for her to support herself by writing’ — for grand, lifetime total profit of not more than £22,685.28.

this is it this is everything i ever needed

ellen-of-troy:

paxvictoriana:

AUSTEN’S INCOMES: HOW MUCH WAS MR. DARCY WORTH?

thatwetshirt:

therealelizabethbennet:

What the incomes of the people in Jane Austen´s books are worth today :) 

source: http://janeaustensworld.wordpress.com/2008/02/10/the-economics-of-pride-and-prejudice-or-why-a-single-man-with-a-fortune-of-4000-per-year-is-a-desirable-husband/

i entered the amounts into an american inflation calculator…in 2013 terms… it’s basically double the 1988 amounts…

Using the same UK National Archives Currency Converter, the 2005 (most recent possible date) equivalent for these characters is listed below, based on the incomes/fortunes determined above.

(view table in new tab to zoom)

For what it’s, er, worth: Jane Austen was paid the following amounts for her books (according to the DNB), provided with their modern-day equivalents:

  • £110 for the copyright to P&P — £3,735 in 2005 sterling;
  • £320 profit for Mansfield Park — £10,867;
  • £140 ‘beside the copyright’ for S&S — £4,754;
  • A shocking initial loss of £182 8s. 3d. was set against profits of Emma (£231 1s. 3d.), leaving Austen in her lifetime only £48 13s. to show for her finest novel’ — a profit of £1,652.15;
  • Overall: ‘she received something over £631, perhaps as much as £668. It was insufficient for her to support herself by writing’ — for grand, lifetime total profit of not more than £22,685.28.

this is it this is everything i ever needed

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"I am the mighty Balthazar. Hey, people of the Internet…. Music’s my life."

"I am the mighty Balthazar. Hey, people of the Internet…. Music’s my life."

août 30 2014, 07:29 PM   •   29 notes   •   Via   •   Source