So I have to write a short science paper on the two Voyager probes.
So I think I’ll have to watch Star Trek: Voyager for Janeway reading the intro to the show as a badass hook sentence for my thesis.
So yeah…. I’ll be spending the morning watching Voyager. For, y’know, science.
Beyond darkness, beyond desolation, lies the greatest danger of all.
an unexpected journey + writing
pros to dating me:
- there is no limit to the amount of times I will watch The Hobbit or The Lord of the Rings extended editions
If learning how to knit has taught me one thing, it’s how to knit.
Also Ron was an ungrateful little sod
Mrs. Weasley had enchanted knitting needles though…
Well yes, she probably did (but sssshhhh)
Imagine all the cute plush toys and sweaters you could make with enchanted knitting needles…
It’s literally impossible not to adore Captain Jack :D
One Shade of Grey
An in-progress complete annotation of Fifty Shades of Grey.
I love you.
Mail it to the author when you’re done.
You’re my new hero.
no shut up i want a copy of this i will pay you oh my god
I read more of the book than I ever have before in this post. So perfect. I especially love the “Yes I am [gay]. Book over.”, the red flag drawing, and the safeword rage.
I would do this to the book. It would literally be my only reason for purchasing it.
Oh my god I literally cannot stop giggling over this right now…
This article, about men who desperately want to become fathers and the horrible bitches who won’t bear their offspring on demand, is like a case study in privileged entitlement. If it weren’t so painful, it would be laughable to read, for example, Neil Kirwan—a man married to a woman not ready to have children because she was just made partner at her job—asserting, “We’re in an ideal position to have kids. Financially secure—we’ve even got a four-wheel drive family car,” as if both of them wanting children isn’t required before they are genuinely in “an ideal position to have kids.”
What most struck me is that an article sympathetically presenting coercive and presumptuous wannabe dads even exists at all. Our culture is rife with negative narratives about baby-obsessed women who will go to any length to become a mother, even “trapping” men by “getting themselves pregnant.” No one writes delightful articles about how charming their desperation is, intimating that every man should be so lucky to have a good woman willing to bear children for him, and any man who denies the fulfillment of a wannabe mommy’s dream to become a parent is a selfish jerk who defies the very laws of nature.
I literally cannot even pretend to give a shit about the whining of sad, pathetic dudes who can’t stand the fact that women won’t be good little baby factories for them and have kids whenever they want them to(via thefingerfuckingfemalefury)
Mr. Baggins, drawn in PS
on tonight’s episode of “jesus christ at first glance I thought that was a photo”