welcome to ohio we have

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motherfucker you wanna talk corn? i moved here from indiana

all the best sentences start with ‘motherfucker you wanna talk corn’

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The thing that hurts me the most about Sirius and Harry is that when they looked at each other they were both hoping to see James


the treat yoself 2011 episode of parks and recreation has honestly changed my life for the better

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you’re only a true star trek fan if you like star trek in any capacity, or if you’re a ventilation unit on a star trek set. sorry i dont make the rules


relationship tip #2: look deeply into his eyes and whisper ‘i’m with you till the end of the line’ and th- fuck. fuckiing mother fucking shit . this was supposed to be a joke i was trying to make a joke but now im crying fucking s hIT i fucked up i fuckedu p i fUCKED 

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What is Hannibal Lecter’s favorite thing to do at a bar?

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I want an AU in which the Winter Soldier doesn’t remember anything (apart from a vague sense of familiarity sometimes) and he deliberately impersonates Bucky.

He choses to do that because with his handlers gone he has nowhere to go, and he remembers Steve’s adamant refusal to hurt him, and this unbearable anomaly is the first thing that shocked him in seventy years, the first thing that actually makes him think.

He gathers information from the Smithsonian, textbooks, archives, the internet, and then lets Steve find him. He admits that his memories were wiped, but his perceptive, serum-enhanced brain is quick at picking up details from Steve’s remarks, to tease out the right answer from the question itself. The first time Steve asks him something he really can’t answers he is terrified to say ‘i don’t know’ and astonished that Steven doesn’t punish him for it, just smiles a little sadly. It takes him weeks to realize that he cannot get caught, he cannot make mistakes because Steve will accept whatever he says and forgive him whenever he is weak and he doesn’t get it, he doesn’t get it but he wants it more than he can say.

He feels more and more guilty about the lie he built, and if it was only for his own good, he would already have come clean. But Steve takes care of him, gives him nice-tasting food and a warm bed to sleep in and a shower where he can rinse seventy years off blood off his skin and a steady hand on his shoulder, and the least he can do for Steve is to give him his friend back. He has a new mission now and that is pleasing Steve - he watches Steve for nostalgic smiles and cold disappointment, and he trains himself like people train dogs, teaching himself broad smiles and coarse language just so Steve can believe he has his friend back.

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In theaters June 6, 2014

This is how Derek Hale gets arrested, AGAIN, protesting outside the Beacon Hills movie theater with a sign he made that says: REPRESENTATION, NOT EXPLOITATION. Or—that’s not how he gets arrested. He’s out there for most of opening weekend, wearing various sweaters in cosy colors. He has some pamphlets, if people are interested. He dutifully explains to people who say, look, the werewolf is the HERO in the movie, what’s the problem? Again and again. No actual werewolves were involved in this movie in any way—that would have been a good start. It doesn’t matter if he’s the hero if the movie still portrays being a werewolf as a freakish, terrifying, disgusting thing that happens to your body instead of a core part of your identity. This movie is lurid fetishization dressed up as progress. Here’s a list of independent werewolf films if you’re interested. 

How he gets arrested is that Isaac shows up late on Saturday night, takes one look at the college kids laughing at Derek while he talks to an NPR-Mom, and leans in and snatches their tickets out of their hands, rips them in half.

"Don’t worry about it, you can still see a werewolf," he snarls, grabbing one of them by the shirtfront, fangs dropping. Derek pulls him off, but not before he clocks one of them pretty good. They both spend the night in jail. 

NPR-mom testifies at the trial. Derek is cleared. Isaac gets community service and discovers his talents at teaching toddlers gymnastics at the local Boys and Girls Club. The makers of Wolf Cop issue a formal apology. Claw and Order, a gritty crime drama where most of the wolf characters are played by real werewolves and they have a werewolf script advisor, debuts on HBO with record-breaking ratings. Derek has it on his DVR but is 13 episodes behind because it’s intense and sometimes really sad.

Pack + 1 is on ABC at 8:00 on Fridays; it’s an hour-long family dramedy about a dysfunctional pack and their reluctant emissary, who learn lessons about love and trust after taking in an orphaned wolf pup. Derek watches it live and then downloads it from Itunes and also he bought the soundtrack for season 1, but that’s because it’s important to show support, he says, it’s not—it’s just—it’s a kid’s show, but—but. It’s pretty well written, he mutters.

Change begins at home. 


  • Melinda May: How long have you been sleeping with Nick?
  • Phil Coulson: That’s disgusting. And wrong. I don’t even get– why would– I’ve never had sex with anyone, anywhere. It’s none of your- you have- the nerve, the audacity, Nick is my boss, technically. And he is terrible, face-wise. And how- how- do I know, frankly, that you’re not sleeping with him? Maybe you are. Maybe you’re trying to throw me off? Hmm check and mate.