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i don’t think i’ve ever been gladder to be well and truly out of the supernatural fandom.

because it sounds like people are finally starting to realize they’ve royally fucked up by letting the show fuck up as much as they have, and prioritizing the comfort of the leads and powers that be over not taking shit when they’re given shit.

and it sounds like it must be hell to care that much and see it falling in flames.

allofthefeelings:

How come fandom spends so much time sorting characters into Hogwarts houses, but not discussing what the characters’ boggarts would be?

contra-indication:

ultrafacts:

Source For more facts follow Ultrafacts

"Cole once hosted a party in which the attendees discovered that they all had the word "bottom" in their surname."

This man is my hero.

He’s like a Monty Python character.

hauntbear:

here’s a little song i like to call “i cherish our friendship so i won’t tell u i would totally have sex with you if you asked”

weretaire:

I’M A LEADING MAN AND THE LIES I WEAVE ARE OH SO INTRICATE

"One of the most interesting things about Elizabeth Turner was her Kiss of Death. Throughout the trilogy, all of the men she locked lips with has died - including Sao Feng in At World’s End, and (if you want to be petty about it) her father, Weatherby Swann. Usually they would die moments after kissing her for the first time. This excludes Will Turner who has kissed her several times before and beat the odds every time. However, even he succumbed to her kiss and died as well minutes after the two were hastily married by Barbossa.

This is most likely a just coincidence and not something that was intentional, but years later it’s still fun to point out to friends and watch a dawn of realization hit their face when they realize that Pirate Queen Elizabeth may have also been the Grim Reaper.”

that should say pirate KING

day seven: july 30, 2014

title: if you sing these words we’ll never die
genre: what genre is danger days: the true lives of the fabulous killjoys?  because this is that genre.  not a killjoys au but definitely in the same genre.
pairing: bahorel/combeferre
trope: villain world
notes: technically a villain world for bahorel and just a crapsack world/dystopia for the rest of the amis, since he was involved in the revolution that put this gov’t in power.
warnings: implied major character death, violence, gun-type weapons and grenades.

Bahorel is older than the rest of them — no one’s sure exactly how much older, except maybe Combeferre — and he has a sense about him, like he’s here not just for the ideals that Les Amis espouse, but for something else.  Not the reasons that Marius or Grantaire are here, either, something else, something that no one — again, except maybe Combeferre, or Jehan on a poetic day — can even try to put a name to.

It surprises most people when they find out that Bahorel and Combeferre have known each other longer than Combeferre has known either Enjolras or Courfeyrac, too, but Combeferre just tends to smile mysteriously, and keeps his secrets.

But this is how they met:

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jaclcfrost:

becoming attached to characters that you know are gonna die more like i didn’t sign up for this. i mean. i did sign up for it. i just didn’t read the fine print. i mean. i did read the fine print. but i still signed it. why did i sign it

carpe-horas:

The Drinker of Dreams
used this stock as ref

i havent posted art in kind of a while so like get ready for a flood

billlateral:

fandom-life-for-me:

"hey I like this character let me go look them up"

image

"well okay then"

Important lesson: Never look up anything on a wiki for a series you’re not finished with.

murf’s daily mis — june 29, 2014

day six: july 29, 2014

title: Rescue
genre: space opera
pairing: enjolras/grantaire
trope: Planetville
notes: direct companion to “Composed”
warnings: murder by sniper rifle.  and the vaguest of vague implications of torture.

Grantaire knows what he’s doing.  The others don’t, because he doesn’t talk much without Enjolras around.  Joly and Bossuet have noticed, and try to guide him back to cheerfulness — or at least something that looks less like abject despair.

He’s not despaired, though.  He’s planning.

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