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real talk fighting games are boring as shit i dont see the appeal in this
quick question: are you bad at them?
IT WAS THE TORONTONIAN LESBIANS.
In the next three minutes on The Amazing Race Canada, either the lesbians from Toronto or the cute Indian siblings will be eliminated.
Every single Buffy the Vampire Slayer cast photo is hilarious.
Like look at this pile of wonderful idiots.
Why are they always awkwardly touching each other? They’re already as close as physically possible.
Seth Green is literally the smallest person in the world in this photo.
But in this picture they made him stand on a milk crate?
I love them all. Good night.
I’m not even going to get started on their weird couple photos.
My favourite part is how they didn’t do a photoshoot for season seven so the promotional pictures that year were all the season six photos awkwardly retouched.
Last night my little sister (5th grade) was making an e-mail account
She saw gender and went to click female when she noticed the “other” choice
She looked at me confused and I started to explain that some people don’t think they fit in with strictly male or female
"Oh! You mean like transgender and stuff like that. I was freaked out for a second- I thought they meant robots."
Yet another example the kids are more open-minded than adults
- Referring to any four-legged animal as a weird dog
- Massively underestimating the number of nearly uncountable objects
- Massively overestimating the number of clearly countable objects
- Bad puns in TV episode titles
and — it’s not a fucking ‘headcanon’, it’s literally right there, it’s in the text if you could only see it
and if it’s not possible to see it without twisting and reshaping, then it doesn’t count. it may be fun to play with, but it doesn’t count as ‘a thing the show did for you,’ it counts as a thing you did for yourself
it’s right there
no one has a ‘headcanon’ that kirk and spock were in love; it’s just, you either accept that interpretation or you don’t. and it’s fine if you don’t accept it, because the same things are true either way. the world of the show and the characters remain the same and you can dig into it from slightly different angles, all the time.
i get mad i suppose because i cannot fabricate these things myself. i need fiction to explicitly tell me that i exist. i can’t do whatever it is you’re doing when you superimpose more inclusive or relevant-to-your-life characteristics onto characters who don’t or barely possess them. i can’t — i can’t —
what we need, if people are to see more people as human, is stuff that’s already there. whether the author intended it or not.
and you as the fan can be the author, but some of us need our creators to do it for us. and it is going to be more powerful in the long run if it’s there, if it’s unchanging, if we can leave evidence of ourselves simply by —
i don’t know what i’m saying.
the same things are true either way. i can’t make myself exist in fiction. but sometimes i am there anyway. we need that.
According to our source, the protagonist of Alien: Isolation is Amanda Ripley, daughter of Ellen Ripley, the character that made Sigourney Weaver famous and kicked off the ubiquitous sci-fi franchise over 30 years ago. Amanda, who is mentioned in the special edition of Aliens as having died while Ellen was frozen in space, has not yet been the focus of any books, movies, or games in the Alien extended universe.
THIS IS THE BEST NEWS I HAVE EVER HEARD.
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