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darlingeddiegluskin:

super-gay-natural:

esper-sparrow:

when people get angry at you for liking snakes

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THAT IS THE CUTEST FUCKING SNAKE

"I am my own blankie."

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I just laughed so hard I startled the dog.

penguintim:

kaleloftardis:

tyleredrose:

would it kill Moffat to reference anything other than his own writing once in a while

He referenced The Girl In The Fireplace for most of the episode, shut up

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womptacular:

i’ve said it before and i’ll say it again:

the big bang theory is not a smart comedy. it relies on cliches and stereotypes that are offensive to everyone they reflect. there is little to no originality in any storyline or relationship.

the funniest thing about this show is that people compare it to 30 rock, parks and rec, louie, veep, etc

there is a difference between a smart show and a show that happens to have nerds on it.

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"I was given four hundred provisos. Jack had to be a military man, heroic and dashing, good with guns. And, although it wasn’t a big part of the brief, he was pansexual. I also knew that he was on board specifically because there was going to be a grand battle in the last episode and they needed to have a soldier around to do the soldiery bits. The idea of him being this kind of intergalactic conman was mine."

Steven Moffat on creating Captain Jack Harkness - Doctor Who: The Doctor - His Lives and Times by James Goss & Stephen Tribe (via rointheta)

Wait, so is THAT why they never referenced Jack’s missing memories again? This makes a lot of sense, because the conman/missing memories bit always was the most undeveloped/far-fetched part of Jack’s character. And I was wondering if there was a reason it’s never dealt with (other than OBSESSIVELY being used as a plot in fics…lol) But if it was a Moffat creation and not part of RTD’s outline for him, it all makes a lot more sense. 

(via trigilis)

We’ll just call this a companion to my other character PSA.  Repeat after me, kids…Moffat did NOT create Jack Harkness.  All he injected were the bits that were never, ever brought up again.  Everything else was RTD (as well as added bits from Julie Gardner and John Barrowman himself).  Please stop using Jack Harkness as a shining example of Moffat’s brilliant characterization and gender/sexual equality.

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Half the time when I see a photomanip and people are screeching about “OMG IS THIS REAL?” I’m just like, “IT’S NOT EVEN A GOOD ONE.”

1innea:

SO CUTE

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What they say to kids who want pets: Are you sure you're not just saying you want one because all your friends have one? Remember, it's not going to be small and cute forever, it will grow up eventually! It's a living being that will depend entirely on you for the rest of its life. Are you really sure you're ready for this?
What they say to adults who DON'T want kids: Oh, you'll want one sooner or later. Everybody does, after all. Besides, babies are soooo cute, aren't they? You'd better hurry up before you get too old!

hiddenhogwarts:

Molly Weasley knowing her youngest is trans long before Ginny comes out, and reassuring her daughter that “we’ll still get you new clothes as quick as we can, dear. Ron’s hand-me-downs just wont do, will they?”, whenever Ginny worries about her transitioning being a burden to her family.

Molly Weasley immediately accepting the fact that Ron likes girls, “but also wouldn’t mind dating a guy like Krum”, and instead of making a big deal about it, just tells him embarrassing tales of her romantic life.

Molly Weasley finding out about Aspie Hermione and helping her sew weights into her robes and making her stim toys and teaching her spells to help with noise. (And never hesitanting in any of this, even when’s she’s mad at Hermione, because her anger will never overshadow her need to care).

Molly Weasley send the Twins constant letters reminding them to study, as well as little ways she finds to improve focus, and reminding them that even if their ADHD makes it too hard sometimes, she’s still so proud of them.

Molly Weasley doing everything she can to help Percy feel comfortable with his OCD, even in the chaos of the Burrow, and never going into his room because she knows it makes him paranoid, and not getting mad if his compulsions get in the way of her cleaning.

Molly Weasley meeting Ginny’s new friend Luna, who switches pronouns whenever, and always making sure to ask Luna for the proper ones whenever they see each other. 

Molly Weasley sending howlers to anyone at Hogwarts who makes fun of Harry for the panic attacks he has. (Malfoy ends up with quite a few of them).

Molly Weasley happily accepting that she’ll never have grandchildren from her ace aro son Charlie, who prefers dragons to people anyway.

Molly Weasley sending extra care-packages to Hogwarts, with strict instructions to “give to whoever needs it most”.

Molly Weasley being a safe place for all her kids to turn to, even the ones she didn’t raise.

Molly Weasley being a Mother with a capital M.

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