Currently Reading: Probably Swan Queen fanfiction
Currently Watching: Bones Season 3, Supernatural Season 5
I track the tag 'solotardis
"People are going to tell you who you are your whole life, but you've just got to punch back and say, "No, this is who I am." If you want people to look at you differently, make them. If you want to change things you are going to have to go out there and change them yourself, because there are no fairy godmothers in this world."
I SWEAR I AM NOT CUTE/SWEET
DON’T CALL ME THAT
I AM EVIL
I AM THE SHADOWS IN THE NIGHT
This is like the most urgent sign I’ve ever seen in my entire life.
Whereas this is the most passive-aggressive sign.
Im laughing so hard omg
Let’s go and see the stars
PEOPLE NEED TO LEARN THAT LAST ONE FOREAL
it’s okay I know everybody forgets Meet The Robinsons so I got your back
I think we’re forgetting someone:
tips to write college papers
- begin with “buckle your seatbelts, motherfuckers, because in eight short pages i am going to learn u a thing that i only learned myself about two hours ago, so sit down, shut up, and enjoy the experience of my 4-am-redbull-induced-self-hatred-fuelled-writing-extravaganza”
- erase when finished with the paper
BUT THIS ACTUALLY WORKS
MAKE SURE YOU ERASE IT THOUGH
For some reason this really speaks to me.
Recently I was thinking about Leia, which I haven’t done extensively before. Leia was always just *there* in my landscape of pop culture, like knowing that Boromir would betray the Fellowship and die. Not something to stop and really ponder.
But for some reason it really hit me: Luke and Leia are twins. They are the same age. Which means that if Luke started off his heroic journey as a green and callow youth before growing into the hero who would overthrow the Empire — Leia, at the same age, was already there.
While sixteen-year-old Luke was hanging around on Tatooine potting sand rats in the canyon and moping about having to do chores for his uncle instead of hanging out with his friends, sixteen-year-old Leia was risking her life fighting the Empire. Carrying out spy missions at great personal risk to herself — enduring capture and torture and watching all her friends and family be murdered before her eyes. And still coming out the other side holding on to herself well enough to take charge of her own rescue mission when said rescuers were caught short.
As a teenager.
And yet Leia is best remembered for the two scenes in which she wore a scanty metal bikini — at the end of which, let us not forget, she killed her captor (many times larger and stronger than herself) with her bare hands.
How would the Star Wars trilogy have been different if it had been Leia, not Luke, had been sent to train as a Jedi Knight with Yoda?
Probably not all that different.
Mariah Gordon-Dyke (via the-heart-of-the-lion)
*cries loudly in the corner*
He knows how everything works except people.
That’s the most accurate assessment of Tony Stark’s character I’ve seen yet.