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I post what I want: I like many things, but can't really dedicate myself to anything, so don't expect consistency.

I wanted to do the thing where I follow you if you follow me, I really tried, but I'm just not strong enough for that.

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robbieandbobby:

I’m reading The Monstrumologist and I never thought Blemmyaes could be so spoopy.

Aim for the crotch.

(via willhenreeeee)

legalmexican:

I only accept anon hate in size 12 Times New Roman double spaced MLA format

(via fresh-prince-of-asgard)

magic-time-lesbians:

rabbiaeamore13:

eviltriplet:

The part of Amid the Ruins that makes zero sense to me.

Logic. Level: Telltale.

He lost his gun, either way. Both paths, he has his gun stolen from him by Jane.

The game obviously sets you up for a decision whether or not to take his bag with medicine. The fact that this later confrontation does not reflect it in the slightest shows this whole part of the game was just poorly planned.

unexplained-events:

During a field study in Macedonia last year scientist found this dead nose-horned viper (8 inches) had consumed this centipede (Scolopendra cingulate, 6 inches) but it greatly under-estimated its prey. Though it is not uncommon for snakes like this one to eat small mammals, lizards, birds and sometimes even centipedes; this centipede was a lot stronger. Scientist found that the snake was missing its visceral organs, which means the centipede destroyed them while trying to claw its way out. The entire volume of the snake’s body was occupied by the centipede.

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meanwhile in Romania

edwinlandfill:

when edgy teenagers who never lived in a country with a Communist history have the word “Communist” in their blog description:

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also, *Doyle’s voice* YOU ARE NOT EVEN IRISH

just please S T F U

I personally don’t mind at all, I suppose it depends on what sort of connotations you give to the word. I’ve reached a sort of double consciousness where communism means both the corrupt and pernicious state communism as well as a kind of resistance to/questionining of mainstream capitalism/neoliberalism. But I agree that only someone suffering from a serious lack of information, possibly brain damage, could promote state-organized (or any sort of organized) communism.

vforveronika replied to your post “OITNB S01E12 Ok, I can’t help it but the female guard who tries to…”

Haha she does look like Jim a little bit. And you’re actually in the majority here, most people, well most of us on tumblr anyway, can’t stand Piper, her story, or her drama ( I actually like her brother more than her lol)

The brother is fun :) especially the whole thing with him trying to stay out of contact with people and Larry visiting him with his drama all the time.

Yeah, I can see that Piper is meant as a relatable protagonist who doesn’t understand how things work etc., but that was interesting only in the first couple of episodes imo.

I haven’t actually checked the OITNB tag yet, oops.

Who’s your favorite character from season 1? I really like Daya’s storyline, especially when she kind of/sort of makes up with her mom. And although I did complain about Piper’s romance, I do like Daya’s (and am quite anxious about what’s gonna happen with the baby, if there’s a baby).

OITNB S01E12

Ok, I can’t help it but the female guard who tries to be nice to people really looks like Jim Parsons to me.

Also, OITNB is very close to joining Mad Men in being a show I really like, but dislike the protagonist (I remember being all god, no, Don, not another flashback from your tragic past). The conversations between Piper and Alex where they exchange summaries of their personalities and do a quick analysis of their relationship seem very phony to me.

batsock:

Does anyone else like…

Play a fanfiction in their head

and it’s really good and keeps you occupied

but when you actually sit down to write it

just

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(via space-kase)

I’ve been looking through some old photos and I’ve realized one of the most obvious life lessons which took me the longest to learn was to just give up on trying to become friends with people who aren’t interested.

I don’t know what sort of insecure compulsion drove me to always choose the most popular girl in kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school and try to become her sidekick instead of properly focusing on those others who wanted to be my actual friends, all I can say that it was only in college that I had the revelation Wow, this is what having friends feels like.

blastingradio:

This is not my beautiful house
This is not my beautiful wife

(via heyfunniest)

taxicar:

when u run out of things to say in an essay 

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(via phantompatchouli)

paulmcfruity:

eviltriplet:

paulmcfruity:

So I’ve read a couple of posts on here already about how everyone is confused on how and when our dear Pellibaby died, and I assume we all have our theories concerning it.

I personally believe it happened a while after the last scene between Will and Pellinore. Will didn’t use Pellinore to feed the snake (that would be awfully brutal, even for Will), but I like to think (“like” hahahahahaa more like “think of a way that doesn’t turn me into a sobbing mess so quickly) that Will might have given Pellinore some kind of poison/sedative that let Pellinore die in his sleep (e.g. like when you put an animal to sleep) after they had made up and Pellinore could die in peace.

And then, Will burned down Harrington Lane.

What are your theories?

Actually I’ve always been really confused about what happened/didn’t want to think about it/whatever but now that I’ve read and revisited other people’s opinions, I’m gonna go with this:

Will takes Pellinore in his arms (where he hopefully dies), then carries him down to the basement and then sets the house on fire and leaves. I don’t think the snake eats him because from how I understand it, it wants to die too (which is realistically unlikely because it’s just a snake, but this is a work of fiction and T.C. has more of a symbolic meaning).

IMO they already made their peace when Will kissed Pellinore’s hair and forgave him, I don’t think it can get more peaceful (heartbreaking) than that.

Of course, in the AU version in my head, no no one dies. Like, ever, because I don’t like it when characters do that ;)

This isn’t Game of Thrones after all. ;)

I like to think that Pellinore could at least die in his bed because if he died in Will’s arms, that means Will either choked him to death or suffocated him which makes me go D:

Either way, I still end up denying that this ever happened.

BTW the part of the timeline from 1893-1911 when literally nothing happens is a very very long time and I sort of think they would’ve made their peace sometime in that period.

EDIT: About the dying in arms - I meant he just died because his mind and body were exhausted basically. No choking ;)

paulmcfruity:

So I’ve read a couple of posts on here already about how everyone is confused on how and when our dear Pellibaby died, and I assume we all have our theories concerning it.

I personally believe it happened a while after the last scene between Will and Pellinore. Will didn’t use Pellinore to feed the snake (that would be awfully brutal, even for Will), but I like to think (“like” hahahahahaa more like “think of a way that doesn’t turn me into a sobbing mess so quickly) that Will might have given Pellinore some kind of poison/sedative that let Pellinore die in his sleep (e.g. like when you put an animal to sleep) after they had made up and Pellinore could die in peace.

And then, Will burned down Harrington Lane.

What are your theories?

Actually I’ve always been really confused about what happened/didn’t want to think about it/whatever but now that I’ve read and revisited other people’s opinions, I’m gonna go with this:

Will takes Pellinore in his arms (where he hopefully dies), then carries him down to the basement and then sets the house on fire and leaves. I don’t think the snake eats him because from how I understand it, it wants to die too (which is realistically unlikely because it’s just a snake, but this is a work of fiction and T.C. has more of a symbolic meaning).

IMO they already made their peace when Will kissed Pellinore’s hair and forgave him, I don’t think it can get more peaceful (heartbreaking) than that.

Of course, in the AU version in my head, no no one dies. Like, ever, because I don’t like it when characters do that ;)

edwinlandfill:

eviltriplet:

edwinlandfill:

the only thing I’m an authority on is my cat’s sleeping habits, but WAIT so you think Warthrop’s dies in Will’s arms? Imo that’s not clear at all and when I wondered about it people had a variety of headcanons about wtf happens there

Oh, right! I did jump to some serious assumptions here; my bad. It is my opinion that Yancey meant for it to be this way (all these “creation absolves the creator” ramblings are very suggestive), but we don’t get any clear textual proof. So of course there are many other valid interpretations.

(what are the headcanons? It’s awesome they are a thing!)

Well I think your interpretation is beautiful and poetic, but I took the creator-creation thing to mean that Will forgives Warthrop, which is something he’s struggling with in the whole passage from 1911. (Not that I ever thought too much about this part because I was very emotionally compromised by it.)

But there was a variety of opinions, eg. Will Henry somehow kills Warthrop and then burns the house down, WH just leaves Warthrop there and burns the house down, WH feeds Warthrop to the snake and burns the house down, T.Cerrejonensis turns out to be Warthrop’s horcrux and the house just spontaneously combusts because it’s done with monsters and done with men … 

Btw Will doesn’t just kill the two Russians, he also kills two Italians and one Englishman afaik.

:) Aw! I agree completely that it is also the moment when WH forgives Warthrop, but I do think it has a double meaning - there’s such an air of finality in it. “I turned one last time”.

Will’s killing Warthrop sounds rather plausible authorial intent- and, to an extent, narrative logic-wise. Especially since it would be a “mercy killing” of the Erasmus Grey kind and wouldn’t require WH to be utterly monstrous. I suppose the reason I prefer my version is because I have this “WH wrote the folios post factum and is hence, in fact, saner than he sounds in TFD” headcanon.

T.Cerrejonensis turns out to be Warthrop’s horcrux and the house just spontaneously combusts because it’s done with monsters and done with men …

I could get behind that :D

(two Englishmen, I think, if we count Kearns and if he is English. But IMO the Rurick and Plesec murder is one of the most important, if not the most important, murders committed by WH, because that’s when he realizes that things are going pear-shaped. So I just left everything else implied under “et cetera”).

I counted Kearns :D , who’s the other Englishman?