sabstelsey:

Thank you, Tina is just the nicer version of “Shut the fuck up, Tina” in Blaine language

divergentfeels13:

Harry Potter

hungrylikethewolfie:

shitarianasays:

callmekitto:

tygermama:

cacchieressa:

queenofthedwarrows:

thundering-god:

acquaintedwithrask:

strangelikethat:

candyandcusswords:

Cutest Thor Ever via Mary Sue.

This is adorable!

I AM GOING TO ACQUIRE THIS CHILD AND LOVE HER

THIS MIDGARDIAN CHILD HIS GOOD TASTE!  METHINKS PERHAPS WE ARE SEEING A FUTURE FEMALE WARRIOR!

My head canon is that each of the Avengers ends up with core group of fangirl/boys, like Natasha’s (or the one she acknowledges) are teenage girls mainly who see her as their hero, little boys love the Hulk, but Thor? Little girls between like the ages of 4 and 10, cause dude he is a Prince, who rides on a rainbow bridge, and is basically the fairy tale prince in real life. And Thor fucking loves it. His room at the Tower is just plastered with drawings they send him, and he tries as hard as he can to respond to each and every letter he gets. 

HEADCANON ACCEPTED.

And Clint and Tony would try to tease Thor about it but he’s just so proud of all his little fangirls and of the drawings and other things they send him and he’s so earnest about it that Clint and Tony end up more than a little jealous.

I AM SO OKAY WITH THIS IDEA

and oh man I just picture him meeting one of his little baby fans and they have their own little baby mjolnir and he asks her if she’d like to hold the real one, and her eyes get all big because what?? only thor can hold mjolnir! she knows that!! So he crouches down next to her, gently holding her hand as it holds mjolnir so that even though he’s the one holding the weight, she gets to feel like she’s actually the one holding the hammer and her eyes go half as big as her whole head as grins all big and he tells her ”clearly you are worthy, little warrior!”

STOP IT

MY POOR HEART

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But but… What if one time a little girl goes to pick it up and she’s ACTUALLY worthy and can hold the weight herself? Guys! GUYS ! Then you’d have an actually baby goddess of thunder and it’d be epically awesome!

celestial-sexhair:

disadvantages of having thick hair

  • your head is always 100000 degrees
  • shedding everywhere
  • snapping thin combs
  • spend $100 on dye if you want to color it
  • hair is still wet 2 years after you showered
  • styling your hair takes longer than growing it

advantages of having thick hair

  • ????

come-along-kitten-pond:

kuroko-no-basugay:

idk how somebody can think that 100 followers is few like they are literally 100 people who have lives and dreams and habits like the may prefer cold showers over hot showers or anything idk these weird personal preferences and they have…

Your father would be proud.

Your writing is beautiful and you are so nice. I'm so happy I follow you.

You are a ray of sunshine yourself ;)

pottergenes:

porcelainanddying:

harrypottersmum:

Remember when Snape made fun of the size of a teenage girls teeth and she subsequently chose to change them so they were permanently smaller? What a hero. 

Remember how close Snape and Lily were and remember the time when he went and saw her dead on the floor and remember how he held her and cried because he was in love with her 

Ah yes, from my favourite book, Harry Potter and the Things That Never Actually Happened

It just looked like you had gas pains or something.

❝I don’t mind them writing about the characters, but when they write about us, doing things, with each other… It’s, it’s just, it’s uncomfortable. It’s way too far. ‘Cause it’s like, I mean like, they’re co-workers, they’re like siblings, y’know, you don’t want to read things about you… doing stuff. It’s, oh, god, it’s just, no, terrifying.❞

Chris Colfer on fanfiction (x)

Are people actually surprised about this quotation?  I know I’m not.  Of course he is uncomfortable about it (and I’m pretty sure he’s more repulsed and disturbed than just uncomfortable).

RPF is a part of the fantasy life of a lot of fandoms. Lord of the Rings had a particularly active RPF sub-fandom that almost seemed to dwarf (pun intended) the textual movie fandom, but pretty much every fandom from Supernatural to Smallville to Angel has had its own RPF going on.  It’s a fantasy based on the public personae of the actors, another kind of transformative work, and of course it’s a little iffy.  You’re putting words and actions onto a real person.  But when written and shared properly, it’s no more iffy than a mystery novel about Napoleon or Lady Jane Grey.  Everybody agrees that it’s not actually really what happened, even when you get a lot of the situational facts correct.

The problem that every fandom in the social media age and particularly the Glee fandom gets into is that the rules of RPF for so many years have been to draw a very firm line between the fandom and the subjects of their RPFing.  The first rule of Fight Club and all that.  Fans who have mentioned RPF to actors at cons have been hissed and booed at by the people in the room.  It’s for us, not for them.  Of course it’s going to make them uncomfortable.  If people were writing fic about you having sex with your co-worker or friend and sharing it everywhere, you’d be uncomfortable, too.  Napoleon probably wouldn’t like being characterized as a bumbling sleuth, either.  We shouldn’t talk about it with them.  It’s not about them; it’s about our perception of who they are in public.

But where Glee fandom fails and fails spectacularly is that not only does some subset of Glee fans seem to believe their own RPF fantasies are real (although it’s the scope in our fandom that is new, not that behavior) but that they also batter the subjects of these fantasies - Chris in particular - with them online and in person.  They aren’t just asking a single inappropriate question at a con; they’re sending tweets and IG messages, they’re sending hate to real people, and even when they’re sending supportive messages within that fantasy construct they’re breaking that wall and sending them at all.

Look, I’ve been in fandom a long time.  I’m about to hit eleven years here, shockingly enough, and I’ve been part of a nice double-handful of fantastic fandoms.  I’ve read quite a bit of RPF, once I got over my initial discomfort with it, and when I started reading Glee fic I read RPF, too.  Some of it is amazing and really pulls out some interesting issues around celebrity and personality.  They’re transformative works.

I’ve backed way, way, way off from reading it, though, to the point that I pretty much only read one author’s (very clearly not meant to be real) works, because of how our fandom blurs the lines between fantasy and reality to their faces and because of how utterly disrespectful I find that kind of behavior.

I’m sure people are going to unfollow me for writing this post, but honestly if you can’t look in the face how rude it is to tell people that you spend a lot of time thinking about them fucking their friends or even their RL significant others I don’t know how to have a conversation with you, anyway.  We all have our fantasies.  We all have things we like to think and read about.  We can’t police that, even if we don’t all share the same fantasies.  Believe and enjoy what you want.

Just don’t talk about it to the actors.  And don’t expect them to like it.

(via flamingmuse)

mustang-sal:

So this might be the most adorable thing I’ve ever seen.

mustang-sal:

So this might be the most adorable thing I’ve ever seen.