Just one more thing: imagine walking down the street and suddenly there’s Ben acting like a dork pouring water on himself from a motorcycle helmet and a bunch of ppl filming him. At that point I would probably just roll my eyes and LEAVE because I have limits.

Benedict fans please REBLOG this ALS Donation LINK list

dammitben:

dominantbenny:

US: http://www.alsa.org/

UK:  www.justgiving.com/mndassoc

http://www.mndassociation.org/

I just donated 50 Dollars for every Gif I rebloged of Benedict. If you enjoyed the shower scene like I did, please please donate. If you can, do it. Also REBLOG THIS!

Also if you donate while filling out the form check to see if the company you work for will MATCH your contribution and if so what their requirements.

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Mum was like hey let’s get pizza but I was like NO I need to watch this video of an otterlike man being washed multiple times so no thanks.

Ben wasn’t busy filming a movie. He was busy making the best ice bucket challenge video of ALL TIME.

He knew what we wanted and boy did he deliver

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dudeufugly:

Benedict Cumberbatch ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Oh. My. God.

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After watching a 10 sec clip I’ve already learned the Sherlock unaired pilot has truly horrible music. It’s like a porn version of the real thing. Incredible. 

Aren’t you just mesmerized by the fact that a lot of the GoT cast have never fucking met each other except at promo events and like, wrap parties maybe. 

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I think I’m following too many people. It takes seriously like 30 mins to scroll through my dashboard till the point where I last left. Hard work. 

Did you know Anthony Bourdain’s new (well, new-ish, there’s already three seasons) show Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown is really great? I watched three episodes today, filmed in The Mississippi Delta, Detroit and Jerusalem (for which he and his team won a Peabody Award).
I’ve always liked watching Bourdain’s shows, though I don’t even eat meat (of which he eats a lot). I think besides meat, he’s also always been about kind of a hands-on approach to the place’s he’s at: the history and especially the everyday life of the people. This show takes that even further, and the central point seems to be: food is political. This isn’t rubbed in your face though, but you can’t help but notice it. 
Also, his blog is brilliant and goes deeper into, I guess you could say the themes of each episode. If you enjoy his hungover ramblings and sarcastic yet remarkably warm voiceovers, you’ll enjoy reading his blog. This show and the blog are what other show’s of his I’ve seen are at their best: thoughtful, honest, warm and funny. 
In short: the best thing about this show is that you can marvel at amazing, often greasy and unhealthy food while also learning something about the world. 

Did you know Anthony Bourdain’s new (well, new-ish, there’s already three seasons) show Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown is really great? I watched three episodes today, filmed in The Mississippi Delta, Detroit and Jerusalem (for which he and his team won a Peabody Award).

I’ve always liked watching Bourdain’s shows, though I don’t even eat meat (of which he eats a lot). I think besides meat, he’s also always been about kind of a hands-on approach to the place’s he’s at: the history and especially the everyday life of the people. This show takes that even further, and the central point seems to be: food is political. This isn’t rubbed in your face though, but you can’t help but notice it. 

Also, his blog is brilliant and goes deeper into, I guess you could say the themes of each episode. If you enjoy his hungover ramblings and sarcastic yet remarkably warm voiceovers, you’ll enjoy reading his blog. This show and the blog are what other show’s of his I’ve seen are at their best: thoughtful, honest, warm and funny. 

In short: the best thing about this show is that you can marvel at amazing, often greasy and unhealthy food while also learning something about the world. 

I’m thinking about starting a theatre blog in Finnish, but yeah.. somehow the thought of actual people I know IRL reading what I write seems scary. Not that anyone would though. Also most of the plays I see are at the theatre I work at, so I couldn’t criticize any of their plays. 

The theatre bloogers I’m familiar with go around the country to see shows. I don’t do that. Sometimes I just have so many feels

ok rant over. 

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I love how Nigella stumps Ludo and leaves him speechless.

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