Welcome to my multifandom blog!
- A fairytale lover, a YA fantasy maniac and a Disney geek (all in one) runs a blog about whatever crosses her mad mind.
I am a part of many fandoms including Harry Potter, LOTR, Avatar, Doctor Who, Disney, Star Wars and others.
I am NOT part of the Sherlock fandom and Supernatural fandom. Just saying.
In case you dudes weren’t sure whether or not it’s easy for us to tell a guy no and have him respect our answer.
I hope this gets all the attention
(Source: a-razorblades-kiss, via lucylivesherlife)
(I’m running errands for my pregnant wife. While walking to a nearby store, I see two teenagers harassing a child that is only four or five years old. I shoo them away from the boy, and he introduces himself.)
“So, where’s your mom at?”
“She’s in the store. Do you have kids?”
“Not yet. We’re expecting a baby girl soon, though.”
“Well, she’s going to turn out nice, like you! So, I’m going to marry her someday!”
(I laugh, and play along while I bring him to the service desk, and wait until his mom picks him up. Six years later, my daughter comes home from school and introduces us to a friend that defended her against a bully on the playground. I didn’t recognize him, but he certainly knew who I was!)
Mary Kate and Ashley… excuse me, Lydia and Lizzie being totes adorbs. (Also, THE BOOK.)
OMG A BOOK
is this a real life or is this a fantasy???
Misty Mountains Cold 100% speed up for anon
(Source: thranduilings, via chaotician)
Guys, Elementary’s Irene Adler was a COMPLETE opposite of BBC’s Irene.
BBC Irene is first presented as this cunning, intelligent, independent and sexy woman who confused Sherlock with her nakedness. She ‘beat’ Sherlock and manipulated the Holmes brothers like a violin, proving herself their equal. But then we find out that all along she’d been with Moriarty as a semi-pawn, and all her planning had actually been Moriarty’s.
None of the genius was hers, she only got the information through her ~womanly wiles~ and required Moriarty to help her with her plans. So unhappy with how that turned out. Not to mention the very ick lesbian-cured-by-a-man bit, where her love for him betrays her in the most ridiculous way with the worst pun I’d ever heard (SHER-locked indeed, jesus fucking christ). The ending of course, as we all know, is her on her knees in some sandy supposedly Middle-Eastern nowhere, about to be beheaded of all things, and Sherlock swooping in to save the damsel. *SEVERE EYE ROLL*
BUT IN ELEMENTARY
Irene is first presented as a victim of Moriarty, a pawn of his that he manipulated to shatter Sherlock and destroy his morale. She has been mentally-fucked with, she is a shell of her former self, she is a woman without agency in this battle between two men. Then in a complete turnaround plot twist, it was Irene’s nakedness that betrayed her and gave Sherlock clarity to her real involvement with Moriarty, and later on, she IS Moriarty. All of Moriarty’s plans and genius and insidious intellect has been hers all along, and to quote “As if men had a monopoly on murder.” (you’re an evil bitch Irene, but goddamn I love you). And in the end she didn’t need rescuing by him, he needed rescuing from her by the lovely and incredibly talented Joan ‘Badass’ Watson.
It was JOAN that saw her weakness and took her down like a ton of bricks because NO ONE calls her a mascot and goddamn gets away with it. Oh and no one fucks with her BFF either. So yes, Elementary’s Irene was also in love with Sherlock, but their love made them weak for each other, almost a stalemate. It took Joan to break that unhealthy relationship and give Sherlock his life, and his focus, back to him.
Then he rightfully acknowledged Joan’s badassery by naming a bee after her. (And I think it’s Euglossa Watsonia. I know Sherlock said “Euglassia” but Euglossa is an actual bee type).
The posts that pop up during finals week are the best kinds of posts
The webcam is set to shoot only one frame in every minute, so the chances of catching this were nearly impossible, but there it is!
thIS IS MY NEW FAV QUOTE
(Source: pawfulmess, via wheelchair-warrior)
The only people that shouldn’t reblog this are rapists or abusers
I felt the need to post this for three reasons:
- 1. people in general asking how I did it
- 2. people questioning if I took a gifset and ran it through photoshop filters
- 3. because I want people to know that its digital art- painted in photoshop- not traditional. In my original post I used the words “hand painted” because I was groggy and exhausted and I wanted to imply each frame is a from-scratch illustration but I think some people took it to mean there are 16 physical hang-on-the-wall paintings of this which there certainly is not. I tried to change the wording but the post kinda went viral before I had a chance to catch myself. Sorry about that. I may be less awesome than you thought. Oh and on a side note this method of animating is called rotoscoping (same method was used in the movie Anastasia).
One thing my recent reread of MoA has helped me understand better about Percy’s character is just how much of a one-track mind he has. Like, I mentioned before how much his descriptions of Nico bothered me because he just seemed so distant and not remotely caring (“they had a rocky history,” “he couldn’t stand to see Hazel in pain,” “they needed Nico for the mission,” nothing about how Percy himself feels about needing to rescue Nico. Y’know, because they’re friends, or supposed to be, however complicated). And then I realized that this is just Percy’s way of dealing with problems that aren’t right there in front of his nose. It’s a consistent character trait - like, remember all the way back in The Lightning Thief when his mother “dies”/gets sent to the Underworld and Percy seems to just push that matter under the rug in the narration until he actually has the opportunity of rescuing her? Because Percy’s reaction when he actually sees Nico spill out of that jar and thinks he might be dead (“The sight of his deathly pale face and too-skinny frame made Percy’s heart stop. Percy couldn’t tell whether he was alive or dead. He wanted to rush over and check, but Ephialtes stood in his way.”) and when he realizes Nico isn’t dead (“At Otis’s feet, Nico shuddered. Percy felt like a hellhound hamster wheel somewhere in his chest had started moving again”) shows that he really does care. He even forgets about rescuing Annabeth for a moment when Nico relays the news about one of the Doors of Death being in Tartarus (“Nico’s news was so horrible Percy had momentarily forgotten [Annabeth] was still in danger, which made him feel incredibly guilty”). So that leads me to conclude that the reason he’s so hyperfocused on Annabeth in Tartarus and “doesn’t think about his parents or his friends” (which is a criticism I see p often) is because Annabeth is the one who is there with him, the one directly in danger that he needs to worry about. I mean, yeah, he does think about her a lot when they’re apart as well, but given his propensity to microfocus on the here and now (this boy sucks at multitasking), I feel like it’s a lot more understandable.
Doodle based off that drawing going round of Hades!Meg. Which I did not save a source link to. Because I’m dumb.