I was in the hairdresser’s and someone said, ‘I have to talk to someone about Game of Thrones.’ I was like, ‘Yeah. I’ve watched it.’ We chatted for ages about it. People are obsessed about it. They didn’t realise I was his girlfriend. When Richard was killed off it was horrifying. Watching those scenes was gut wrenching.
Can I still be considered a part of the Star Trek fandom even though I’ve only seen the new movies?
I’m guessing not, but I’d still really love to be one of you guys. (Especially considering I was 9 when the last movie (before the 2009 one) came out. So hopefully I can be forgiven for that.)
the star trek fandom might be the nicest so far wow
good job star trek fandom you keep truckin on
i don’t actually hate people it just exhausts me being around them for extended periods of time even my friends it’s nothing personal i just actually like being by myself yo
modern video game culture not only ignores half its demographic but also actively throws it under the bus and it’s driving the bus and it likes it and it leans out the window and wolf whistles to the mangled body it leaves behind and then tweets about it
“PEPPER KNOWS EVERYTHING”
Tony StarkRDJ Screen Tests (x)
F is for friends who do stuff together
U is for u and me
N is for never telling you about your encephalitis and letting you spiral deeper and deeper into your own madness until you snap and join me on a murder spree
babies cry because they know how much debt they’re going to be in once they graduate from college
biggest plot twist of the entire series