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Himchan, u okay?

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missturdle:

believemeitsdouche:

all I really want in life is a weeaboo vs anglophile death match

IN THIS CORNER, ORIENTALISM AND BUTCHERED JAPANESE!

AND IN THIS CORNER, BRITISH IMPERIALISM AND BENDYDICK CUMMERBUND!

WEEABOO VS. TEABOO.

ONLY ONE CULTURAL FETISHIZE MAY LEAVE. 

(Source: genderjock)

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you-cant-stop-the-moriparty:

noneofushasanypockets:

sass-butts:

Reblog if you think that Christopher Eccleston was as amazing as David Tennant and Matt Smith as the Doctor.

Trying to prove a point here!

He wasn’t just as amazing. He was as fantastic.

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what is this and where can i get ont?

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alixsedai:

slytherin-starkid-of-tardis:

carry-on-my-jingle-butt:

nogdrinker:

itsneumann:

nogdrinker:

capn-jack-harkness:

nogdrinker:

your fandom is sentenced to life in prison for hijacking my post

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without parole

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I’m going to kill myself

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God bless you SuperWhoLock.

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(Source: nosdrinker)

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takonatural:

theironangel:

destielforcanon:

theironangel:

andyourheartgoespop:

theperksofbeingawallbagel:

theironangel:

“Shit Cas does when not with the Winchesters” 

Cas: theironangel

Gifs made by: withthishammeri

I thought this was really from the show

And then he wades fully clothed into the ocean and stands up to his waist in the water, suit sopping wet. Angels need days off too!

holy fuck cas stop

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No.

#THUGLIFE

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carry-on-my-wayward-butt:

archangelofthelord9811:

carry-on-my-wayward-butt:

valiantparadox:

#I bet John used to say that to Dean

why did you do that

i feel like this is just an excuse for dean to call Cas ‘Baby’ without him being teased or questioned by Sam or anyone else

thank u for fixing it

(Source: oberlyn)

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friendly reminder

wearyourinsecuritieslikearmor:

perfectlygoodcarrot:

wearyourinsecuritieslikearmor:

perfectlygoodcarrot:

wearyourinsecuritieslikearmor:

Then you can’t decide whether or not twilight is fine literature,right?

No, the OP can. It’s just sort of an established fact that anything Twilight is surrounded by an area of extremely low pressure (i.e. it sucks).

People like it,though. If you think it sucks it’s fine you can say that but you can’t say it’s just a bad book because it’s not. People like it and are going to like it.

I won’t deny that people like it, but even though I want to concede, I have to disagree on its being a bad book.

There are things that tend to characterize good literature, namely characters with depth to them, that the series misses by a long shot. Bella has no personality of her own; her existence is pretty much defined by other people, coddling her mother before the book starts, being her father’s live in maid before she meets Edward, and once that happens, she pretty much becomes his shadow. Very close to literally, she stops living when Edward leaves, as is shown in the book by a handful of pages with nothing but months written on them.

Also, more importantly, the book is very dangerous to those reading it, especially considering young girls are the main audience. Aside from Bella’s 1D personality, her relationships with both Edward and Jacob are abusive, and not only is this not pointed out, it is glorified to the point where the girls reading Twilight think they want the sort of treatment Edward gives Bella.

I do realize that my disliking something doesn’t make it bad—I’ve read a good many books that I didn’t like; they just weren’t to my taste, and I won’t condemn them for that. But I really can’t see anyone successfully arguing that Twilight is a good book.

Yeah, I get what you mean. I kinda feel bad for the fans though cause everyone’s always saying it’s bad. And I used to be a fan of it until I just kinda lost interest so…I kinda sympathize with them.

haha I used to be a fan, as well. I was definitely team Jacob (mostly because I’ve Taylor Lautner’s been my celebrity crush since Shark Boy). I do get feeling for them, seeing something they like get ripped on constantly, but that’s not going to stop me preaching its faults, especially considering I have yet to deride the fans themselves.

(Source: biancohills)

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friendly reminder

wearyourinsecuritieslikearmor:

perfectlygoodcarrot:

wearyourinsecuritieslikearmor:

Then you can’t decide whether or not twilight is fine literature,right?

No, the OP can. It’s just sort of an established fact that anything Twilight is surrounded by an area of extremely low pressure (i.e. it sucks).

People like it,though. If you think it sucks it’s fine you can say that but you can’t say it’s just a bad book because it’s not. People like it and are going to like it.

I won’t deny that people like it, but even though I want to concede, I have to disagree on its being a bad book.

There are things that tend to characterize good literature, namely characters with depth to them, that the series misses by a long shot. Bella has no personality of her own; her existence is pretty much defined by other people, coddling her mother before the book starts, being her father’s live in maid before she meets Edward, and once that happens, she pretty much becomes his shadow. Very close to literally, she stops living when Edward leaves, as is shown in the book by a handful of pages with nothing but months written on them.

Also, more importantly, the book is very dangerous to those reading it, especially considering young girls are the main audience. Aside from Bella’s 1D personality, her relationships with both Edward and Jacob are abusive, and not only is this not pointed out, it is glorified to the point where the girls reading Twilight think they want the sort of treatment Edward gives Bella.

I do realize that my disliking something doesn’t make it bad—I’ve read a good many books that I didn’t like; they just weren’t to my taste, and I won’t condemn them for that. But I really can’t see anyone successfully arguing that Twilight is a good book.

(Source: biancohills)

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