A little penguin encouragement to support you when you need some motivation. :D <3
this is far too mesmerizing not to reblog
everything changed when the water tribes attacked
damn it you beat me to the punch line
*flicks holy water at screen* evil spirits begone, the power of christ compels you
come back evil spirits i didn’t mean it
#I wonder if that’s why he was so grumpy about her reveal as a SHIELD agent? #she played him #and he’s used to women using him #but not so used to women using iron man (tawghasa)
her smile right before she shoots it tho
he’s used to women using him, but not so used to women using iron man
that was actually incredibly insightful
My non-nerdfighter boyfriend sent me this .gif and said, “I bet John and Hank Green would like this. They talk about giraffe sex a lot, right?”
One for the reaction GIF folder. Going under “Well…I Tried…”
My college did this thing today where they laid out the backpacks of students who have committed suicide. This is just a small portion of some of them. On top of the backpacks was a brief summary of who they were. Some backpacks even had things in them that bypassers could look at. Don’t ignore the signs of others.
Oh my god
Jared as Tom in Cry Wolf (2005)
I’ve reblogged almost all of these. Fuckin dope artist.
I will never tire of Banksy.
The last one though.
Sherlock Holmes has been gone for two years. But someone isn’t quite convinced that he’s dead…”
So runs the brief but intriguing synopsis for Many Happy Returns, a mini episode of Sherlockset to become available via the BBC’s interactive Red Button service from Christmas Day.
No cast details have been revealed for the short prequel episode so we don’t know whetherSherlock himself, Benedict Cumberbatch, or his friend John, Martin Freeman, will appear but it sounds as if there are some die hard Sherlock fans out there who aren’t ready to give up on the detective even after all this time…
Many Happy Returns will be available to watch at various times between 25 of December and New Year’s Day, when Sherlock series three proper begins.
Headcanon: that big blond guy in the sauna with the kids is Oaken’s husband.
I know there’s a lot of issues with Frozen, and I won’t make excuses for them. It was certainly not without flaws, like the (yet again) lack of any notable POC characters (just having token dark skinned people in the ballroom hardly counts as representation) and the appropriation of Saami traditional clothes and music in a completely unfitting setting. And the two main protagonists look like clones of Rapunzel with different hair and eye color.
That’s why I feel really guilty about enjoying the movie as much as I do. I actually went to see it a second time last night. I went into the theater thinking I would hate the movie, and instead it backhanded me across the face with feels leaving me dazed and confused.
Having a canon gay family is a pretty big deal for Disney. Having “true love” be between two women (family, sisters) instead of a male love interest is a big deal. Casting Idina Menzel as one of the voices was a conscious choice to harken her famous (very queer) roles of Maureen and Elphaba. The story is (very loosely!) based on a story by a queer author. The male love interest is also voiced by an out gay man. This may just be the gayest Disney movie that ever gayed.
Does that make it ok to brush off all the other problematic elements? Of course not. But I can’t help but want this movie to do well. I want more movies like this to be made, because it looks like Disney is actually listening for once.
Which makes it all the more important to speak up about what the movie was lacking- because just having white gay people isn’t enough. We need to keep reminding Disney of that. But I think it’s definitely a step in the right direction, and I am tentatively hopeful about future releases.