1. 00:18 28th Jul 2014

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    Reblogged from senor-tadpoles

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    dorothy-cotton:

ada-veen:

diacrit:

this might be the funniest thing i’ve ever read

straight people…

that’s me i’m dorothy

    dorothy-cotton:

    ada-veen:

    diacrit:

    this might be the funniest thing i’ve ever read

    straight people…

    that’s me i’m dorothy

     
  2. 16:31 27th Jul 2014

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    Reblogged from apuddingcup

    apuddingcup:

    one of my biggest regrets was that when i was young i let myself compare myself to other artists too much and took it to heart when my mom said that being a comic book artist would be “a waste of talent” so i just flat-out didn’t draw for a couple of years

    actual YEARS went by during which i could have been improving but instead i stayed stagnant, and that’s why i haven’t improved as much as most people do in the same amount of time

    1000% this!

    I did this with my writing, and I really regret it. But yea, depression…makes things a little harder…

     
  3. 16:03

    Notes: 7475

    Reblogged from magitekgaymer

    (Source: tvfreakd)

     
  4. 01:06

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    Reblogged from ashajay

    airgeatlamh:

    JK Rowling said she would have made Seamus/Dean canon but she felt it would be distracting from the main trio

    Literally how much space do you need to have a line about Dean asking Seamus to the Yule ball

    Look, I’ll try

    "Parvati had tried to ask Dean to the ball, but he told her he was going with Seamus instead."

    DONE

    Other context: “Gay Dumbledore”.

    Let’s take THAT old news and this NEW news and do a little 1 + 1 = math and what do we get?

    1 + 1 = “Haha guys, JK, JK, I never actually thought twice about putting CANON gay characters in my canon! That wouldn’t have sold books - just like how I was ‘going to’ have the protagonist be a woman, but I made him male instead cause then it would sell better.”

    She’s a smart lady.

    She crafted the entire series to be like crack to an entire generation.

    Gay people will read her shit if she ignores them. Just like women will read her shit if she has a male protagonist.

    But if it was a FEMALE main character with GAY characters in the book? She’s not an idiot. That would drive most young, straight men away.

    So let’s not kid ourselves. This is all just her making shit up now that it is over to stay relevant and sell more e-books. Every half a year ~ year she does something like this, makes a big splash, and people start talking about a book series that ended almost a decade ago.

    (Source: dad-rock-davos)

     
  5. 00:29

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    Reblogged from aliceinsunnydale

    sabot-cat:

    "What’s your favorite album, or book?" "I really like Metamorphosis, I think it says a lot about the human condition and psyche." "Yeah I love Franz Kafka." "Oh no, I was talking about Hilary Duff’s debut album."  

     
  6. Laurel should just become She-Hulk. Fuck all logic, I want her to become She-Hulk. She already has the lawyer thing down. Marvelplz!

     
  7. Arrow, you better not fuck up season 3.

    • I hate Olicity, so this should be…fun…
    • Sarah! Gives me ALL THE SARAH~~
    • I thought Roy was the Red Arrow or something? Isn’t that the sidekick to Green Arrow? Who is Arsenal? (TBH, I give like 0 shits about Green Arrow the comic character; Hawkeye is just better)
    • At least…no more “island” flashbacks? *sigh* I fucking hate these flashbacks.
     
  8. project-blackbird:

    Emily Vancamp as Sharon Carter in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”

    Here’s an example of what we call a “soft no”. Sharon turns down Steve’s offer in a way that’s meant not to insult him but never actually uses the word “no”.

    Steve clearly gets the message, though, and importantly offers to leave her alone. Sharon’s comment afterwards gives him an opportunity to try again later, but he doesn’t press and respects her rejection of his company even though it’s probably hurt his feelings a bit.

    Just in case you ever wonder “What would Captain America do?”; there you go.

    I read this scene totally different.

    I thought she was into him, those were legitimate excuses, and the last line was her way of saying “please - please try again - I really like you”.

    If she really didn’t want to grab coffee with him, I think what she did is like…really, really, really probably not a good thing? Giving a guy hope where there is none. Isn’t that how most cold opens to like C.S.I. start where the guy shows up at like 2:30 am and says “Is this not too far?” and then we hear a scream as the credits rolls…

    (Source: reservoir-of-blood)

     
  9. 15:59

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    Reblogged from blueboywonder

    talkflix:

    "The Last of Us" Movie News from San Diego Comic-Con

    A film based on the enormously popular video game, The Last of Us, was officially announced last March. 

    According to reports from the Screen Gems panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Maisie Williams, known for her role as Arya Stark on HBO’s Game of Thrones, is in talks to play Ellie, the female lead. Williams is yet to sign on to the role, but she has met with the film’s casting director.

    The film  is still very early in development. Sam Raimi is set to produce through his Ghost House Pictures production company. Naughty Dog’s creative director and writer Neil Druckmann will pen the script.

    The script will have some changes from the game’s story. Initially Druckmann wanted the film to have a different ending, but Raimi convinced the writer to stick with the game’s original ending.

    According to Druckmann, Naughty Dog has final approval on both the casting and directing of the film.

    Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!

    If Maisie gets this role…

    I. WILL. DIE.

    She NEEDS this. She neeeeeeds this. She needs to become every bit as famous as she deserves to. I want her to become Meryl Streep 2.0.

     
  10. mrgolightly:

    fabledfangirl:

    Season 5 trailer

    Holy. Fucking. Shit.

    So…

    I guess they are just giving up following the comics, huh?

    And - shockingly - RIGHT before the point where the only reoccurring queer characters in the comics show up.