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"It's all very realistic, except for the incredibly fantastical bits." - Joss Whedon
This is a whimsical assortment of delightful reblogs. You will find a lot of nerdfighteria, Doctor Who, The Young Ones, The History Boys, Frank Turner, Whedonverse, Rian Johnson, and plenty of other bits.
My regular blog for mostly original content is sarahalyse.
People have been sending asks to neil-gaiman lately, criticizing him for caring about the actors that portray his characters being the correct ethnicities, because in all their minds he didn’t make said ethnicities obvious enough in the books. These people seem to think the first sentence of every book should be like, “Fat Charlie was black. Moving on…”
heterosexuals are so boring. like what do they do
Who wants to track these judgey fucks down and have quiet, tender queer sex on their front lawns while listening to “Here, There, and Everywhere”?
About that firefighter: what makes you conclude that she isn't just leaning on the firetruck, with her forearm facing towards the camera?
Okay, here’s the story:
I saw that photo last night, and at first I thought there were three hands on her arm, which freaked me out. Then I realized, “Oh, no, that’s just the orange rocks behind her.” But then part of it clearly overlapped with her arm, and I realized that was definitely a hand. So then I was like, “Wait, whose hand is it? And where does the rest of her arm go? WHAT IS GOING ON?!?” I stared at it for several minutes, trying to figure out if I was going insane.
Then today I was scrolling through my dash and saw it, and my eyes and brain immediately said, “Her hand is resting on the truck, with her forearm bent out of sight.” So I deleted it…but you beat me to it.
The moral of the story is STOP GOING ON TUMBLR AT 3 IN THE MORNING FOR CHRISSAKE, YA BRAIN AIN’T RIGHT.
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