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July 17 2017

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Okay female ghostbusters, female superhero, female jedi, female doctor who. This looks good.

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why is there a huge jug of oregano??? who the fuck puts oregano in brownies?????

i have been informed that it is not oregano but is in fact marijuana

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2017: the year of women replacing men in major roles, female super heroes breaking records, and the black panther trailer

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American gods meme: New Gods or Old Gods 

“Language is a virus. Religion an operating system, and prayers are just so much fucking spam.”

July 16 2017

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some more mermaids i managed to finish! psst

July 14 2017


how morally corrupt is your 19th century love interest on a scale of “aloof rich guy who doesn’t know how to express his feelings” to “has a secret wife in the attic” and “tries to dig up your grave so he can embrace your dead body”


i love when mulder or scully have some extended emo ass voiceover bc that’s their fucking report and skinner whos Just Trying to Do His Damn Job has to read pages of their bullshit like. they never solve a damn case but heres three pages meditating on human mortality also mulder cried on it a little

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people in period clothing doing modern things is my aesthetic

i can’t believe you forgot the most important one

thank you! I couldn’t find that one in google!

I would like to add Alexander Hamilton himself to this collection.

and of course, alexandra dowling using a tablet computer on the set of BBC musketeers 

You forgot my favourites.

These are all canon.

That last comment would have had a funnier edge if at least one person had been using a digital camera…

Because then some smart-alec (looks in mirror) could have said “Canon? No, I think that’s a Nikon”…


July 10 2017

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Mimic Octopus has had enough of Dancing Crab’s shenanigans

darn dancing crabs and their jazz crab hands


i cant control my hand suddenly

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Sameer and The Chief quickly volunteer as their time with Diana have inspired them to fight for a cause. Charlie, however, hesitates. You see Charlie can’t shoot anymore. His PTSD is too overwhelming and he’s afraid he’s become useless. “Maybe you’ll be better without me,” he says, pained by the idea that he’s too “broken” to help.“But who will sing to us, Charlie?” Diana asks. It’s a simple question that brings a smile to Charlie’s face, a song in his heart, and the group continues on their way.

On the surface, it’s a tender moment. One that shows just how close this group has become since dropping onto the front lines of World War One. But with one simple line, Wonder Woman has redefined what it is to be a man.

Patty Jenkins’s Diana, doesn’t ask Charlie to continue to fight for her. She doesn’t need him to kill for her. She doesn’t try to encourage him or make him feel guilty for not being able to kill anymore, or turn him away because he can’t. She simply asks him to do what he can. She simply asks him to sing, and tells us that we don’t need to fight to be strong enough to stand beside Wonder Woman. - “But who will sing to us, Charlie?” The Defining Power of Wonder Woman

July 08 2017

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6 was scared of 7 because 7, 8 ,9 but why did 7 eat 9?



Because you’re supposed to eat 3 squared meals a day.

this is advanced

July 07 2017


no matter what kinks you enjoy in fiction, as long as you have a good sense of fiction =/= reality than you’re not a bad person and you don’t have to spill your life story to enjoy something.

you don’t have to be coping to like a scenario or pairing.

it’s a new tumblr mentality and it’s shit. humans are weird and like fucked up stuff and it doesn’t need reason

stop wanting people to spill personal details online so they can like fictional things.

July 06 2017

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How a Handgun Works: 1911 .45, by Jake and Wes O’Neal

This is amazing!


It’s okay to have fictional characters do problematic stuff. Really, it is. Fictional characters are there to tell a story; not to be perfect paragons of virtue.

“Yeah!” some people will say. “It’s fine as long as you show that it’s problematic!”

And I’ll say: No. You don’t need to always do that either. We can’t expect writers to point out every moral misstep a character makes.

It’s okay to have characters do something problematic, and it’s okay to assume that the readers can see why it’s problematic on their own.

The importance of failure


Dealing with failure is a skill set. Like all skill sets, it requires practice to get good at it. If you never really fuck something up, you don’t get the practice.

I’m in medical school. This is one of the most high-pressure environments out there. It is specifically designed to repeatedly make you feel like you’ve fucked everything up. If I hadn’t had experience with specifically academic failure starting in college, I wouldn’t be able to deal with it now.

I was the kind of student who made it through high school without really having to study. Then in college I walked right into the brick wall of Honors Chemistry. My test scores went like this: 45%, 33%, and I calculated my potential score on the final while I was taking it based on getting every single question I had written down an answer for right, and I couldn’t have gotten better than a 35%. I started planning my English major during that test. I left, got high, and spent the night throwing up. (I got high mixing Bad Drugs to mix.)

That was one of the worst days of my life. But I got through it (badly!) and I learned, and I failed at many more things in many ways, and I ended up in medical school anyway.

The term for when your brain convinces you that THIS particular fuck-up is the End Of All Things is catastrophization. It’s a cognitive distortion. Very few things in life are actual catastrophes, but our brains are programmed by billions of years of evolution to look for catastrophes and worry about them. So we trip the trigger way early on it.

Recognizing that our brains aren’t always RIGHT was helpful for me. I don’t know if it’s helpful for you, but as someone who spent many years studying people, behavior, and brains, let me assure you: if you imagine your brain as a belligerent drunk weirdo driving a really expensive car, you’re not far off.

So practice failure. When your brain tells you you’re an idiot, gently remind it that your brain thinks eating an entire bag of marshmallows at once is a good idea and maybe it doesn’t get to be the judge of you.

Then eat the bag of marshmallows anyway because if you’re going to feel like shit might as well earn it.

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