quiet wings

sees post about how canadians pronounce ‘z’ like ‘zed’

has intense flashbacks to sga fandom

bluandorange:

okay but what if Steve didn’t know many slang terms for hetero sex because he hit puberty surrounded by queer culture and oKAY LOOK, FONDUE SOUNDS LIKE IT COULD BE SLANG FOR THAT SHIT. IT MADE SENSE TO HIM AT THE TIME. THE FUCK DID YOU WANT FROM HIM; HE KNOWS LIKE TWELVE DIFFERENT WAYS TO SAY ‘BACK-ALLEY BLOWJOB’ BUT THAT SHIT ISN’T APPLICABLE HERE, IS IT

bolsondelabolsa:

getting attached to an unpopular ship with little to none fanfics

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notsodarling-:

Do you ever see something someone posted, and you’re just like NO YOU ARE WRONG but you think to yourself, “This isn’t the hill I want to die on” so you have to let it go?

stinsonmunoz:

Syunsui Kyoraku - Captain of the 8º division. 

What’s with the sudden flood of Numair-based fanart, you ask?

tamorapierce:

Oh, no reason.

Just turned in the first draft of EXILE last night!

marthajefferson:

In A New Hope, Luke’s all-white clothes make a stark contrast with Vader’s all-black ensemble hearkening back to the serial westerns of the 1940s and 1950s, in which the goods wore white and the bads, black. Luke’s outfits continue to emphasize his characterization in this way throughout the trilogy. In The Empire Strikes Back, when he journeys to meet Yoda or to rescue his friends on Bespin, his fatigues are a light gray, showing that he has traveled from the innocent idealism of his youth and has placed himself in peril of straying to the Dark Side. By the time we get to Return of the Jedi, he has adopted an all-black wardrobe, not meaning he has gone over to the Dark Side, but instead, recalling a priest or monk’s garb, and linking him visually to his father, with whose fate he is so deeply connected with.

the “from white to gray to black” evolution

felt the ship wreck, saw the wreckage, i heard you yelling

flyingpurplepeople:

Favorite SnK adults

flyingpurplepeople:

Favorite SnK adults