i wAS WEARING MY DIRK COSPLAY AND MY AUNT CAME OVER AN HOUR EARLIER SO SHE DIDNT KNOW WHO I WAS SO I JUST SAID THAT I WAS DATING MYSELF AND NOW SHE LEGIT THINKS IM DATING SOME GUY WITH TRIANGLE SHADES
UPDATE: SHE ASKED MY PARENTS ABOUT IT AND I THINK MY MOM FORGOT ABOUT THAT COSPLAY SO SHE GOT ALL CONFUSED AND STARTED QUESTIONING ME AND MY DAD WAS JUST IN THE BACKGROUND LAUGHING HIS ASS OFF
which of you lil shits brought this back
"When asked who she thinks Hermione as a character has inspired, Emma generalized and reminded us of some of Hermione’s more significant qualities. 'She bosses the guys around' and makes having a 'brain not beauty cool.' Although ‘slightly socially inept’ Hermione is 'not ashamed of herself.' Emma says that the saddest thing for a girl to do is to dumb herself down for a guy. Hermione wouldn’t do it, so neither should anyone else”.
#susan must be very influential on gallifrey
it’s not an obsession until you search for fanfiction
It’s not a true obsession until you run out of fanfiction to read.
i was cuddling this guy once n he had his head on my chest n just whispered “what did you just think about?” and i went “netflix” becus i was thinkin about netflix and he just went
"oh. your heart sped up and i… ok"
2.10 vs 3.10 | What a difference a year makes
Second gif: *just wait ‘til next time, bitch*
Can someone explain to me how UNIT has a picture of Rose Tyler from a UNIT in a parallel universe that ended up not existing?
Daniel F. Gerhartz
i don’t know why but i love this so much i just had this gut-punched ‘oh!’ reaction. the light, maybe. her knuckles. the weight of the book. those scruffy jeans. i want this painting in my house, i want to think of this girl as a friend.
Bisexual women may be portrayed more often, but their sexual preferences have been frequently portrayed merely as an aphrodisiac for men or an extra hurdle for the men pursuing them. Female bisexuality also often goes unrealized beyond a single onscreen kiss between women; in other words, bisexual women are frequently seen only in fleeting encounters, rather than meaningful relationships, with other women. —The Atlantic: Bisexuality on TV