remember that potions let’s play card
i made more of the same kind
why don’t they have big hyped up award shows for books
best male/female character
best plot development
best plot twist
you don’t have to have read the book
you don’t have to like all 13 dwarves
you don’t even have to know all their names
you don’t have to speak fluent Sindarin or know who Morgoth is or know what year Tolkien finished his studies at Exeter or even understand that the Necromancer is Sauron
YOU CAN STILL BE A FAN OF THE FILMS OK
elrond says ignore everyone who says otherwise ok and who can argue with that forehead
merlin i don’t understand what is your opinion do you want them to go or not
it breaks my heart knowing that i will never receive a blowjob
THANK GOD I’M NOT THE ONLY ONE TO HAVE THOUGHT THIS
also never having a boner
I have serious penis envy, I think that’s why Penis Friday happened.
youtube what have you done
it’s a crossover where you stop crossing bbc!sherlock over with everything
fuckyoulock is a crossover where we can do the fuck we want with sherlock
This. This. This.
There has never been more truth on my dash.
but what people don’t realize is that, when it comes to fictional characters, they are just as real to us as our friends or lovers or siblings or parents. it doesn’t matter that we can’t touch them or visit them or engage with them in conversation. what matters is that they’ve made an impact on our lives and that is what makes them real.
I made a thing…
This is perfect in so many ways.
Who are the Fandoms?
They’re online royalty.
If the internet was US Weekly they would always be on the cover.
That one there? That’s Supernatural. They’re one of the weirdest fandoms you will ever meet. Damian followed a Supernatural Blog last year…
They asked me how to spell “Wincest.”
And that little one? That’s Sherlock. They’re totally crazy because their show runner invented psychological torture. The Sherlockians know everybody’s business. They deduce everything about everyone.
That’s why their fanon’s so big. It’s full of deductions.
And fanaticism takes a virtual form in Doctor Who. Don’t be fooled, because they may seem like your typical ship-crazy, feels-having, Sci-fi fandom. But, in reality, they are so much more than that.
They’re the time lords. The stars. The other two are just their little workers.
How do I even begin to explain Doctor Who?
This is precisely how I feel at the moment. :P
YOU KNOW WHAT WOULD BE COOL? A COFFEE SHOP MADE ESPECIALLY FOR WRITERS AND READERS. IF YOU’RE THERE TO READ YOU GET A COFFEE CUP WITH A BOOK RECOMMENDATION AND IF YOU’RE THERE TO WRITE YOU GET A CUP WITH A WRITING PROMPT. BOTH BASED ON GENRE.
when I say “I wish they would turn this book into a movie” what I really mean is “I wish they would turn this book into a 17-hour-long spectacle that includes every single solitary detail and doesn’t deviate at all from the storyline and has perfect casting”
Don’t mind me, I’m just noticing a pattern.