Reblog if you have read fan fiction better than some published books

random-nexus:

desert-neon:

bumblegabe:

Help me prove a point

I have never reblogged anything faster.

So. Damned. Often.  Was just thinking of mentioning that on my blog, too.

the-fault-in-our-wifi:

Clint snickers as he puts another “aloha” magnet on

the-fault-in-our-wifi:

Clint snickers as he puts another “aloha” magnet on

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creaturexlll:

love confession to NogitsuneStiles. thank you.
full version

creaturexlll:

love confession to NogitsuneStiles. thank you.

full version

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alaynesnow:

ok so, we saw the baby get turned into a white walker. presumably he will grow into a full-sized white walker. my question is, are there specific white walkers whose designated jobs are raising the baby white walkers? is there white walker nursery school? playgrounds? could you just be walking around beyond the wall and run into a white walker pushing a toddler white walker on a swingset 

pretty much my exact thoughts at the end of the episode.

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(Source: sacreboooo, via jamanddogtags)

spiritcc:

If you think Panin was bad - you are terribly wrong, part 1

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littlecoffeemonsters:

jackhammerthis:

THIS LITTLE SHIT. 

FUCK.

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licensetocannibalize:

→ btvs/hannibal [1/?]

In which Buffy meets Hannibal, figures out he eats people and then decides to outpun him.

amazing

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spiritcc:

Watson summarised

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Anonymous said: Hello dear Tiger! May I ask who is your favorite Dr Watson?

tiger-in-the-flightdeck:

If you’re asking strictly film/television adaptations, there’s absolutely no contest. It’s this delicious Watson right here

He’s My Watson.

But, if we’re talking about every possible incarnation, nothing and no one will ever beat the original.

There’s so much reading between the lines that you need to do to fully appreciate Watson in the books. But the man is incredible. Amazing.

He argues poetry, and can shoot with marksman skill. He is a proud soldier, and finds war foolish. He thinks he’s an idiot, and does forensic pathology as a hobby. He considers himself old, broken down, and weak, and Sherlock Holmes relies on his good looks to get information.

John Watson is beautifully complex, in that he presents himself as pure simplicity. He is an unreliable narrator, not just in how he portrays Holmes as a brilliant genius without equal. Watson seems to genuinely think that there is nothing special about him. Despite Holmes frequently trying to correct him (and by extension, us as the reader), Watson downplays all of his skills, strengths, and abilities.

He’s so broken and barely stitched back together, but he still takes everything that’s handed to him in his stride.