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Ask me anything   Not quite the answer to life, the universe and everything, but damn close.

twitter.com/PickledFingers:

    shorelle:

    This is elvish-elvis' fault for making the Han Yolo comment in a previous post. SORRY NOT SORRY ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ

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    justmargaret:

    hiddenhogwarts:

    After Fred died George developed a line of Cheering Chocolates, Nightmare Nougat and Memory Mallow for himself and others with PTSD. 

    Eventually he expanded the line to Safe Silent Sparklers for those with sound sensitivities or triggers and Trigger Talismans which vibrate and block out sound when a trigger is said so that the wearer can leave. 

    HEADCANON SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED, AND ACCEPTED.

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    thebrainscoop:

    wearemtblog:

    One of the coolest hidden features on UM’s campus is the Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum. The museum contains more than 24,000 specimens of vertebrates, including birds, mammals and fish. It is the largest zoological collection in Montana and one of the major zoological collections representing the Northern Rocky Mountains.

    These photos feature some of the beautiful specimens in the collection, as well as former curator David Dyer and Emily Graslie before she moved her educational YouTube show “The Brain Scoop” to the renowned Field Museum in Chicago.

    Photos by Todd Goodrich, originally shot for Montanan: The Magazine of The University of Montana.

    Oh, I was not at all expecting to be bulldozed by nostalgia this morning.

    I miss you, Montana. I’ll love that Museum till the end of my days.

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    http://devinleighbee.tumblr.com/post/93114945194 →

    silversarcasm:

    Autistic Hermione thinking she’s being friendly when communicating with the boys at first and not realising how abrasively she comes across

    Autistic Hermione reading all of her textbooks again and again because the whole study of magical arts is a special interest to her

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    theblindniggasamurai:

    Underboob tats are dangerously attractive to me

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    kokkolikos:

nudityandnerdery:

nerdrage42:

Sext based adventures.

I’d be into it.

dungeons and dildos

    kokkolikos:

    nudityandnerdery:

    nerdrage42:

    Sext based adventures.

    I’d be into it.

    dungeons and dildos

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    LOL at Starz trying to make 'Outlander' fandom happen →

    dailydot:

    Starz’ appeal to Internet fandom makes perfect sense, because the Outlander books have always inspired a passionate following of fan clubs and discussion forums. The TV series is definitely something that people will become obsessed with, rather than simply tuning in and enjoying every week like Downton Abbey.

    Unfortunately, this media strategy is more than a little ironic once you know about Diana Gabaldon’s attitude toward fandom.

    The problem is, Diana Gabaldon really doesn’t like fanfiction.

     in 2010, she wrote a blog post on the topic of fanfiction, saying, “I think it’s immoral, I know it’s illegal, and it makes me want to barf whenever I’ve inadvertently encountered some of it involving my characters.” She goes on to compare fanfiction to seducing her husband or breaking into her home.

    This post was quickly deleted, but not before being saved and reposted by many fans due to the furore it caused. Fan writers are happy to keep their fanfiction private and separate from its original inspiration, but nobody reacts well to being told their hobby is disgusting and wrong. This was the worst way anyone could break the fourth wall between fans and creators.

    On another occasion, Gabaldon wrote that “99% of [fanfiction] is Just Awful, and it’s revolting to see your characters being made to do and say idiotic things, or be forced to enact simple-minded sex fantasies (which is what most fan-fic that comes to my unwilling attention is).  Like someone selling your children into white slavery.” 

    This all makes a lot less sense once you learn that Gabaldon has admitted on several occasions that her inspiration came from Doctor Who. Specifically, the time-traveling 18th century Scotsman Jamie McCrimmon, played by Frazer Hines. The male protagonist of the Outlander series is, of course, named Jamie Fraser. It’s easy to argue that Outlander is a kind of fanfiction itself, or at least it began that way.

    [NEVER FORGET!]

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    beerburritowhiskey:

fandomsandfeminism:

impuretale:

daggerpen:

gabzilla-z:

hylianears:

but they kept the servents black alright this is one of the ugliest things i’ve ever seen in my life



I am not sure I have ever seen a better use of that reaction gif.

Fuck Ridley Scott. 

Uuuuugh. This movie is going to be a trainwreck.


Yup. “The hero is the very clearly Caucasian one” should have stopped decades ago.

    beerburritowhiskey:

    fandomsandfeminism:

    impuretale:

    daggerpen:

    gabzilla-z:

    hylianears:

    but they kept the servents black alright this is one of the ugliest things i’ve ever seen in my life

    image

    I am not sure I have ever seen a better use of that reaction gif.

    Fuck Ridley Scott. 

    Uuuuugh. This movie is going to be a trainwreck.

    Yup. “The hero is the very clearly Caucasian one” should have stopped decades ago.

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    — 3 days ago with 33658 notes