A Song of Superwholock

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clumsyasivory:

scienceofdiscontent:

man these guys think they are so swag bc they are homies with her.

Just look at their fucking faces.

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claudiaboleyn:

You know something is going dramatically wrong when even the Daily Mail is pointing out that Moffat is incapable of writing substance.

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petevolk:

In Davies’ era, Donna goes to Adipose to investigate what’s going on. In the Moffat era, Donna would go because she wants to lose weight.

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petevolk:

In Davies’ era, Donna goes to Adipose to investigate what’s going on. In the Moffat era, Donna would go because she wants to lose weight.

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Girls can wear jeans and cut their hair short and wear shirts and boots because it’s okay to be a boy; for girls it’s like promotion. But for a boy to look like a girl is degrading, according to you, because secretly you believe that being a girl is degrading.
Ian McEwan, The Cement Garden (1978)

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Depression is like a bruise that never goes away. A bruise in your mind. You just got to be careful not to touch it where it hurts. It’s always there, though.
Jeffrey Eugenides,The Marriage Plot  (via somethingscosmic)

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And then there’s Spike.

He apologises for the Buffybot; he openly admits that he’s a monster. After his assault on Buffy, the first thing he does is try to redeem himself, because unlike every other man she’s ever slept with, he admits he’s done something wrong, and that he, Spike, is the culprit. And it’s not silent redemption, either: the guilt drives him mad, and when he comes back at the start of S7, not only the audience, but Buffy herself is left in no doubt that what he’s done – regaining his soul – has been an act of atonement: that he’s given himself a conscience, punished himself physically and mentally, and returned with no expectation of forgiveness to offer what help he can. And that, I think, despite everything, is at the core of why I keep coming back to Buffy and Spike’s relationship, why I can’t let go of it: as brutally fucked up as their history is, and despite the fact that Spike’s assault is arguably* the worst thing any partner has ever done to her, he’s also the only parter to accept responsibility for his actions, and to try and directly atone for them. Spike learns because of Buffy; he becomes a better man – or a better monster – through loving her, and I don’t think that’s true of any of the others; even Angel.

literally the best summary of the Buffy/Spike relationship I have ever read, and I’ve read an almost shameful amount of Spuffy meta. (via katwithcomputer)

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favor757:

A blast from the past - Jorah Mormont, Season 2…

adohrabells:

LoVe alphabet 

 Nine years of radio silence

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dangerhamster:

Rubeus Remus Potter. You were named after the only two people at Hogwarts who seemed to give shit about me, because come on who else would I name you after? A verbally abusive dickbag who was in love with my mum and gave me shit all my life and someone who convinced a bunch of children that they needed to be soldiers? What kind of awful aspirations would that make you end up having? Come on son I’m not an idiot…

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