necturusmaculosus:

gingersouldrinker:

solluxsucksdick:

s-s-s-stridercombobreaker:

nestletrollhouse:

toonskribblez:

unusualjuggernaut:

lunarch-sounds:

everyonelovesrobots:

xpsychohogx:

Bubbly Theif ooo

Sexy Genius

B3c

Faithful Mentor ;; u ;;

A Tortured Fighter? yeah all right. 

Magical Berserker

Yup, that sounds about right.

cold anti-hero

i can live with that 

Faithful lover

hungry child

Tortured leader

faithful alchemist???

i don’t have faith nor do i practice pseudoscience

what is this???

Legendary Leader??????

I don’t think so lol

monk-ryosen replied to your post: So I finally watched Avril’s “Hello Ki…

I just watched it and what the fuck

idek man, when I first watched it I had to pause because I couldn’t believe it was real. Then I remembered that she had butchered her own song “Girlfriend” ages ago by making a Japanese version of it and it all started to make sense lol

I’m still kind of in shock. I’m Japanese and I had a hard time understanding what she was doing/saying. 

(sorry for super late reply, was on mobile for most of the day lol)

So I finally watched Avril’s “Hello Kitty” music video and I’m not sure what I should be more offended by; her clear lack of any kind of respect for Japanese culture or her butchering of the language.
What the fuck was she thinking!?

This WonderCon t-shirt is the nadir of sexist nerd culture humor.

OK, so we could talk about how this is indicative of the ingrained sexism in nerd culture and how it relates to the number of women who wind up getting harassed at sci-fi, comic, and gaming conventions, but seriously, instead, can we talk about how this joke doesn’t even make sense?

“I like fangirls how I like my coffee. I hate coffee.”

Who is the target audience for this sentiment, anyway? How tiny is the Venn diagram crossover for WonderCon attendees who hate women and coffee, and have really bad taste in shirts?

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This doesn’t read as sexism at all to me. When I first read it, I read it only as hostility towards the “fangirl” or “fanboy” type of fan, the annoying types that we all know (regardless of gender we can all admit they are annoying.) Does the joke lack humor? Yes but that’s not because it’s sexist in any way it’s just a bad joke.
Sexism in geek culture does exist (as it does everywhere) but I’m sorry I just don’t see it in this example.

“If courage is acting according to one’s conscience despite pain or fear, then strength is the ability to keep conscience awake and in force despite the demands of authorities to do otherwise.”

Martha Stout, The Sociopath Next Door

bertholdtbraun:

The saddest part about shipping reibert is the fact that you know they’re both gonna die

queerhawkeye:

lycanthropique:

joannalannister:

I strongly disagree, but the wank ain’t worth it: the tumblr story

the wank ain’t worth it, but i have no willpower or self-preservational instincts so i’m engaging anyway: a sequel

the wank definitely wasn’t worth it and now my inbox is full of hateful anons: the musical

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I have such a massive crush on Dita Von Teese it’s unreal

fictionalnotfactual:

Scarlett Johansson and Dita Von Teese - Flaunt USA October 2006

I’m waiting for the wars over the new registered name for The Hobbit to show up. I like a good tumblr war lol. 

I feel like show-Sansa is only loved so much on tumblr because people feel sorry for her. I mean if you really look at it, she doesn’t actually DO anything.

alieniverson:

oh no a boy doesnt like my apperance whatever will i do

thrannduil:

Death is just another path, one that we all must take. The grey rain-curtain of this world rolls back, and all turns to silver glass. And then you see it…White shores, and beyond. A far green country under a swift sunrise.

Rest in peace Blanco, who played Shadowfax in Lord of the Rings ♥ 1989 - 2014

Please help donate to Blanco’s medical expenses here.