July 11, 2014

I don’t remember eitherrrrr

(Source: starling-city-texts)

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Filed under: arrow laurel/tommy 
July 11, 2014

The sun inside of him
rages like wildfire
and he is
and he is
scorching the skin of my heart,
yet still he pretends
that he is safe for me to love,
that his hands are gentle,
that his fingerprints won’t be
seared into the notches of my spine.

The sun inside of him
could set the kingdom ablaze;
he knows this, he does.

And he still asks me to love him,
to face the flame.

Find me in the ashes.


— Emily Palermo, Apollo (via jaimelannister)

(Source: starredsoul, via the-epimethean)

July 11, 2014


stuff I never posted: these sexy superdudes

dat (web) ass

(via midtowncomics)

July 11, 2014
Male Writer: Ah, anniversary jokes are so funny. Because chicks always hate it when you don't remember anniversaries! A plus gold very original
Male Writer: Mother in laws amirite?
Male Writer: My male character who is an author insert of myself pines after a woman I used to pine after in high school. Then they have sex. This is good literature.
Male Writer: Ugh female books are so romance filled
Male Writer: And girl fanfics, so mary sue-y
Male Writer: Now listen about this original middle aged man who is an expert in everything, suffers from ennui, looks like me, acts like me, and gets all the girls i want.
Male Writer: She was sexy in an alluring, boring way, filled with purple prose and riddled with objectification
Male Writer: If i make a female character parrot my misogynistic views, they cease to be misogynistic! Are you saying you don't respect my fake female characters opinions, feminists?
Male Writer: a good action girl is one who looks hot at all times
Male Writer: If the female main character got in an asskicking line, my work is Feminist with a capital F and no one can criticize me
Specifically White Male Writer: Heroic tropes are so overdone. I'm going to create a boring white guy with stubble to be a completely original antihero no one has ever seen before TM.
Same Guy: It's original because he is a jerk who gets away with bad behavior, just like I wish i could.
Another Specifically White Male Writer: It's in my universe to only have white men do things in my book. I mean, don't you care about historical accuracy
Same Guy: I mean, it's a generic fantasy verse with no real life time period equivalent and i haven't done any research, but i'm SURE that it's historically accurate. To that dark medieval dragon fighting europe period
Same Guy: Where in Europe? Who cares!
Male Writer: There is no better way to introduce a female character to a male character than by him saving her.
Male Writer: Characters hating each other is good sexual tension!
Male Writer: One female character and five male characters is a good team balance
Male Writer: If my female character chooses to act in a sexist -way, it's not sexist. In fact, because she CHOSE to do it, it is Feminist.
Male Writer: I am original
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Filed under: bad writing 
July 10, 2014

(via igavethatbitchapuzzle)

July 10, 2014



Watch the scene here because it’s totally worth it. “Good evening child” LOL


I just really want the intern years at Arkham where Harley’s basically Eliot and Crane is Dr. Cox.

(via trailofdesire)

June 23, 2014


deer are so fucking dumb i want 47 of them

Makin’ me miss PA like whoa

(via eunuchboy)

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Filed under: deer 
June 22, 2014


These before-and-after shots demonstrate the incredible power of visual effects on screen.

(via game-of-naps)

June 22, 2014


(sweats) i just want to test some brushes

(Source: edthatch, via igavethatbitchapuzzle)

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Filed under: thranduil Fanart 
June 22, 2014
"Much like fairy tales, there are two facets of horror. One is pro-institution, which is the most reprehensible type of fairy tale: Don’t wander into the woods, and always obey your parents. The other type of fairy tale is completely anarchic and antiestablishment."

— Guillermo del Toro on how horror is inherently political as a genre, Time Magazine (x)

(Source: cerulean-spork, via annerocious)

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