Poppy in the Woods
I'm a 22 years old spanish girl. I like Doctor Who, Sherlock, Supernatural, The Hunger Games, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Narnia, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings... and a lot of more stuff. I also like cats and photography, so expect a bunch of photos and gifs of cats. Welcome to my mind. And yeah, I regret nothing, because we all have a fangirl side. | District 9 | House Stark | Pottherhead | Whovian | Coldplayer | Little Monster | |

wastinghours:

Look at him laugh <3

posted hace 4 meses via snow-blind · originally wastinghours with 2 223 notas

"Please eat more chocolate and please listen to more Coldplay"
— Chris Martin (via starless)
posted hace 4 meses via snow-blind · originally starless with 953 notas

mermaidycat:

OMG MARTIN’S GUITAAAR,I DON’T EVEN KNOW WHY I SAID MARTIN.

posted hace 5 meses via superflyize · originally saturnlu with 146 notas

posted hace 5 meses via superflyize · originally chrismartinismine with 222 notas


Requested by anonymous.

posted hace 5 meses via pequena-coldplayer · originally tears-dry with 1 226 notas

posted hace 5 meses with 7 notas

coldplaymania:

Chris Martin on NBC’s The Voice (March 31, 2014)

posted hace 6 meses via snow-blind · originally coldplaymania with 652 notas



"It’s not just about us and the really fanatical people at the front, it’s about getting everyone involved. And so I think the wristband idea is just a progression of that thought, you know, everyone can be a part of the show, we can make every single person part of the lighting production by having a little light on their wrist. I suppose where it all stems from is people holding lighters up in the air. I think it’s a natural progression for the history of rock.”

"It’s not just about us and the really fanatical people at the front, it’s about getting everyone involved. And so I think the wristband idea is just a progression of that thought, you know, everyone can be a part of the show, we can make every single person part of the lighting production by having a little light on their wrist. I suppose where it all stems from is people holding lighters up in the air. I think it’s a natural progression for the history of rock.”

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