Hey what up ya'll? I’m Samara, allegedly an adult but in firm denial of the fact. Apparently a qualified journalist but I'll believe it when I see it. Currently seeking higher education because YOLO, right? I'm invested in way too many fandoms: Doctor Who, Supernatural, Rooster Teeth, The Avengers, Sherlock Holmes, Firefly, Lost, Harry Potter and most things Marvel. I'm deeply in love with my girlfriend and am a full time crazy cat lady (these two are not interrelated). I’m in a perpetual need of a haircut.
April 17th
2:46 PM
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bitterassfandom:

petition to have a falcon movie

just imagine how excited anthony mackie would be for it, like that in itself would make my day

April 7th
8:54 PM
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swanqueenandrizzles:

benefits of being a lesbian

  • soft
  • cuddles
  • girls
  • calm
  • soft
  • girls

downsides

  • she won’t kill the spider either
March 29th
10:18 PM
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probablydeletethis:

I want a Minecraft Let’s Play where Lindsay and Ryan make a large, decadent house full of traps, and the first one to get out alive wins.

November 26th
12:46 AM
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ohtentoo:

I just realized something. When Eleven see’s Ten for the fist time he says he’s never seen it from the outside before but excuse me.

image

November 22nd
1:03 PM
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superficial-skull:

so i was watching iron man 2 and

October 20th
6:18 PM
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"Under Moffat’s watch the Doctor has morphed from an alien who loves humans and feels their pain and experiences love and desire and empathy to a stunted, child-like and extremely bloody irritating space-goon who flaps about like an injured moth when other people’s emotions are making him uncomfortable. And makes sexist jokes about how women are scary. And wants his married companions to sleep in bunk beds. And can save human lives but does not seem to understand human feelings. Who would travel with this man? He might be zany and charming and have nice boots, but he is fundamentally cold and unrelatable.

I also think the role of the assistant has changed since Steven Moffat started overseeing Doctor Who. Rose, Martha and Donna were chosen to travel with the Doctor because they showed in one way or another that they were smart and up to the challenge. Amy and Clara both come to the Doctor first and foremost as mysteries. Amy is the little girl who grew up with a rift in time in her bedroom wall, who doesn’t know why she doesn’t have parents. She spends many episodes being mystically both pregnant and not pregnant but doesn’t know a thing about it and all our information about it comes through the Doctor. What the fuck is that?

Some version of Clara dies on screen twice before she is taken on as the assistant, and it seems like the Doctor takes up with her to find out why. In both cases, the woman is not of interest for her character or her abilities, but for some fundamental mystery in her being. The mystery isn’t even a secret she’s keeping, something over which she has control — it’s something she does not know about, that the Doctor must puzzle out in his own mind. It’s not about her — it’s about what’s wrong with her. When Steven Moffat took over Doctor Who, women became a problem."
October 16th
7:36 PM
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September 27th
10:50 PM
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bananagator:

theteastainedpages:

wesley-crusher:

scienceing:

An exotic creature from an alien world.

For every person to join the Trek fandom, there comes a time at which they are introduced to the Star Trek Unicorn Dog.

It’s never too late.

I want that

omg

August 13th
10:55 PM
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theredheadness:

phosphorescentt:

this was the best thing I’ve ever seen on Facebook and I wanted to share

I look at people like this, they have clearly got their live together, you know. 

theredheadness:

phosphorescentt:

this was the best thing I’ve ever seen on Facebook and I wanted to share

I look at people like this, they have clearly got their live together, you know.