Oh, I'm not sure about this...

Person:
"YOU SPEAK ANOTHER LANGUAGE?!"
Me:
"Yeah..."
Person:
"SAY SOMETHING IN IT!"
Me:
-Forgets entire language-

techsgtjenn:

evilsoutherngentleman:

zachmckracken:

thefaunprincess:

sugarbone:

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Promotion of violence.

No. Promotion of defense, owned identity, and power in a violent world.

Bolded.

purpbanga:

hedwig11:

ribbonsarelikefancystreamers:

Oh god… Hilarious..

Again because OMG this is so like Luis and I, it’s crazy.

LMAOOOOO

purpbanga:

hedwig11:

ribbonsarelikefancystreamers:

Oh god… Hilarious..

Again because OMG this is so like Luis and I, it’s crazy.

LMAOOOOO

wocinsolidarity:

odinsblog:

#myNYPD

the OOP heard around the world

tokidokifish:

zwierzodudle:

wait so does that mean that

there won’t be

all bi/pansexual LIs like in da2??

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"The real world reflects that so we’re going to make a game that reflects that as well."

Yeah god knows you wouldn’t want your game about magic and elves and dragons to be unrealistic, now.

ACTORS & SHIPPING

eaddymays:

In response to your question about actors and ships: it doesn’t really matter. It’s like the death of the author: you put glorious things out and then they’re not yours anymore. At the same time, courtesy as fellow fans in no ship-shaming is even more important because your voices are louder.
In response to your question about whether what actors ship has effect on what fans ship: not really? In this scenario, you essentially become fans. What you ship is generally irrelevant to what we ship. But you are higher profile than fans generally are, so it’s more important to us that you remain respectful toward things you don’t ship.
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I feel like the feelings of the actors whose characters are being shipped, do on some level impact fans of said ship. It depends on the level of the feelings expressed. If it’s relatively mild, something along the lines of “I really don’t see their interactions that way, X and Y see each other more as siblings” or “X and Y do have very charged interactions. So it’s not too much of a leap to see them that way” then there’s not too much of an upheaval.

However, if the feelings expressed are relatively strong like “I think people who want X and Y in a relationship have a screw loose” or “X and Y should totally get together! I’m pushing for it” then I feel like reaction tends to be more divisive. In the later, you see more people flock to the ship and producing more work for it. In the former, I feel like it drives people who are not fully invested in the ship away, and shrinks that pool a bit, especially if they like the actors. 

In regards to your other question, I don’t feel like canon should reflect popular fan opinion, because that can change so quickly. That said, I believe that creators and writers of the show should take notice when there is discussion among the fans about the problematic areas of the show they’re writing. If the fans are having a discussion about something that could be construed as racist, sexist, etc, then it bears at the very minimum re-examining and looking to see how it might have been seen that way. 

onlymystories:

He’s jumping right up there with Hoechlin in terms of people who ruin my life.

onlymystories:

He’s jumping right up there with Hoechlin in terms of people who ruin my life.

(Source: punkmn)

courfreyacc:

before i knew which blogs were which,

some were fandom, some were art, some were music, and some were a bit of everything.

but now

now everything is sebastian stan

mechinaries:

i imagine both steve and bucky like to come up with different ways to poke fun at sam every time they pass him during jogging

because they are shitheads

(the first one is a print you can get here)

strawberry-taffy:

having an old tiny worrisome asian lady as my mother is a small burden

sidmalkin:

thepittsburghpenguins:

How did we even win that game

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(Source: ethiopienne)

imreallybad:

bisexual people passing as straight when they’re in a straight relationship is not “passing privilege.” it’s erasure. it’s assimilation. 

that’s like saying that femme lesbians have privilege over butch lesbians. invisibility might keep people safer on a micro-level which is fucked up, but it’s all based on people thinking they can tell who’s queer & who’s straight just by looking at them, which is infinitely problematic and painful.

don’t alienate queer people who are assumed to be straight. invisibility is a symptom of hetero-normativity, not a privilege. 

bluandorange:

bluandorange:

okay but can you imagine like

a week after your truck gets stolen out of the goddamn mall parking lot, you get a knock on the door and there’s fucking Captain America standing there. Says he’s here about your goddamn truck. And for a moment you wonder if he started working for the police now that Shield took a dive, but you don’t say so, you just nod when he describes your truck to you, license plate number, make, model and color, all to a tee. 

And then the weirdest thing happens (weirder than Captain America just showing up at your front door). Captain America starts looking bashful. And then he tells you your truck was lost ‘in the line of duty’. You must still look a little awestruck because he elaborates; he’s the one who took your truck. 

Captain America fucking stole your goddamn truck out of the goddamn mall parking lot.

And he’s going to pay for a new one. And he’s very, very sorry.

He comes with you to the car dealership, too. Because he’s so so sorry, also he gets military discount, so he can help you.
he is so so sorry
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