L'appel Du Vide

Wildish Woman in training. Jane Austen heroine in training. Doctor Who Companion in training. Vampire Slayer in training. Disney Princess in training. Waterbending master in training. Warehouse Agent in training. House Stark. Narnian. Battlestar call sign: Leopardess. Ravenclaw. INFJ. Occasional human being.
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womptacular:

i’ve said it before and i’ll say it again:

the big bang theory is not a smart comedy. it relies on cliches and stereotypes that are offensive to everyone they reflect. there is little to no originality in any storyline or relationship.

the funniest thing about this show is that people compare it to 30 rock, parks and rec, louie, veep, etc

there is a difference between a smart show and a show that happens to have nerds on it.

(via acciothenoseofvoldemort)

clonetherapy:

SUPERNATURAL CLONES

Sarah Manning → werewolf
» A
 person changed into a wolf, or one capable of assuming the form of a wolf at will. The wolf is the archetype of all that is wild and untamed. Yet it remains a noble and beautiful creature. 

Helena → angel
» Angels are a spiritual race of celestial winged holy beings native to Heaven. They are extremely powerful beings that were created by God.  

Cosima → fairy
» Fairies are mischievous supernatural creatures that come in a variety of forms and can only be seen by those who have been to the Fairy Realm, or those whom they allow to see them.

Alison → mermaid
» A mermaid (from the Middle English mere in the obsolete sense ‘sea’ + maid(en) is a legendary aquatic creature with the head and torso of human female and the tail of a fish. Not only scarce but dangerous.

Beth → ghost
» A Ghost is the spirit of a deceased person that for some reason or another was unable to pass on to the next life, or who’s rest had been disturbed. Ghosts are neither good nor evil, as their behaviour is ultimately dictated by who they where in life and how they died.

(via mythaelogy)

madblackgirl:

Black women can be feminine

Black women can be masculine

Black women can be delicate

Black women can be quiet

Black women can be loud

Black women can be patient

Black women can be cute

Black women can be adorable

Black women can be sexy

Black women can be dominant

Black women can be submissive

Black women can be straightedge

Black women can be gyaru

We can be literally anything we feel like being.

We are not a monolithic group

We are not the same

We share melanin not mindsets

(Source: blackfemalepresident, via writingwithcolor)

Toymakers will tell you they won’t sell enough, and movie people will point to the two terrible superheroine movies that were made and say, You see? It can’t be done. It’s stupid, and I’m hoping that The Hunger Games will lead to a paradigm shift. It’s frustrating to me that I don’t see anybody developing one of these movies. It actually pisses me off. My daughter watched The Avengers and was like, “My favorite characters were the Black Widow and Maria Hill.” and I though, Yeah, of course they were. I read a beautiful thing Junot Diaz wrote: “If you want to make a human being into a monster, deny them, at a cultural level, any reflection of themselves.” - Joss Whedon

(Source: packageofgirlyevil, via ladylockheed)

trillgamesh:

jk rowling unilaterally writing that not a single member of slytherin house fought in the battle of hogwarts and instead every single one of them hid like cowards is honestly one of the laziest most flaccid writing decisions of our time

(via owldee)