why do i always assume everyone looks like their icon
im not kidding
if your icon was a goat
i would think that you are a goat
Can you imagine wings just being a normal part of everyday life like imagine
- Stepping out of the shower and blow drying your wings each morning before work
- Sitting back in a chair and having them flop over the back lazily
- Shielding yourself from the sudden rain with your thick feathers
- Waking up in the morning with bedhead and bedfeathers
BEING ABLE TO DYE YOUR FEATHERS.
Seasons according to the North
we’re right between that day in mach and spring and it’s terrible. it was so warm this past week and tonight we’re supposed to get a foot of snow and i might just cry about it.
I just had that day in March and now it’s gonna snow tomorrow
today is that day in march
That day in March is in the forecast this week.
the fact that john knows sherlock’s full name, but not mary’s full name really says something
I’m sorry, how does that say anything? I’m a johnlock shipper but honestly, he didn’t know Sherlock’s name right until the end of His Last Vow - I’m honestly curious, so if anybody could explain to me why that supposedly makes something superior over another, I’d be very thankful.
Don’t worry, it doesn’t mean anything, some people are just so desperate for johnlock to be canon that they will twist any little piece of dialogue or plot point they can in order to serve their beliefs. If Moffat and Gatiss literally showed up at every johnlock shipper’s house and told them personally that johnlock would never be canon, there would still be people who believed that they were lying, and that in the last five minutes of the last episode of the last series, John and Sherlock will kiss and then it will cut to a shot of Moffat and Gatiss shouting “hahaha! The fangirls were right all along! They followed the clues we planted, imperceptible to only the most wild of speculation! Congratulations for figuring out that our show was secretly a televised slash fic!”
And I also enjoy johnlock, but good god, when did the worth of shipping become singularly defined on whether it became canon or not? There are quite a few TV shows, movies, books, etc. that have canonical gay ships and whose creators are much more open to fan interaction (just look at Welcome to Nightvale for a great example). Why can’t we turn that energy we exert on trying to force canon johnlock towards media that is open to canon gay pairings? Why are we so fixated on forcing a slash interpretation of BBC Sherlock that was clearly never intended to be? For all the queerbating that the show does, it’s still obvious to 95% of people who watch this show - most of whom couldn’t give less of a crap about fandom - that johnlock won’t become canon. If, as some johnlock shippers claim, we want to push for media that includes LGBT characters because there aren’t enough of them out there, why don’t we actually start with people who are willing to listen to that request?
Sorry about the rant! It’s just been on my mind for a while.
- Hufflepuff. HUFF le PUFF.
- They’re mostly considered nice and peaceful.
- They live right by the kitchen.
- Their head of house teaches herbology.
- “Badger” is exactly the kind of animal a stoner would come up with.
- Slytherins obviously do cocaine.
THIS TAG OMG.
A+ gif usage.
girl’s a mind readin’ genius can’t even figure out how to eat an ice planet.