Asked by Anonymous
ok. what would you like me to say in response to this. like, break down exactly what you want my answer to be, sugar, because in the books, Elena ends up with Stefan, there is no Daryl Dixon in the comics, Oliver Queen marries Chloe Sullivan, Buffy was revealed to have a sister five seasons in, Brian Griffin died and was brought back to life, Scott and Stiles had a friend called Harley that vanished, Boyd was never supposed to die, Allison & Isaac were never planned, Scott & Kira were never planned, Erica & Stiles were going to be a thing, DEREK WAS REVEALED TO HAVE A SISTER THAT WAS ALIVE,
PETER IS STILL ALIVE,people adapt, chemistry is considered tv shows move on.
don’t use that one with me. if Jeff had said, right in the beginning, yeah no, we’re not going to do anything that we didn’t intend to do before the pilot then… this show would look completely different.
I want to quote John Green (a semi-famous novelist) to this person, cuz he is constantly debunking the whole ‘authorial intent’ argument people make. ”My intent as an author matters some, but you as the reader get some agency, too. You get to discover meaning within the story, and sometimes the meaning you discover will be meaning I hoped you would discover, and sometimes it will be meaning I could never have imagined you discovering. But together, we get to build something that matters to you (hopefully), and that brings you pleasure and consolation and a feeling of unaloneness that you can never get from merely listening.” (source: http://johngreenbooks.com/questions-about-the-fault-in-our-stars-spoilers/)
So I don’t care what Jeff intends to say, because that’s not more important than what I actually heard. (…which is basically Stiles and Derek making kissy noises at each other)
COUGHS REALLY REALLY LOUDLY [warning, DID I MENTION THAT WHOLE WIP THING, SAVE YOURSELF]
Yay! Thank you!! A million likes!!! <running off to read this instead of sleeping or eating or working or whatever>
Asked by bleebadeegirl
There’s always hope! I do love fake bedslave Spock, mostly because he tries so hard to be the BEST bedslave. It would OFFEND HIM to be less than the best bedslave. I am imagining that if they ended up in some sort of harem situation before the end of the story, Kirk and Pike would end up hearing about some crazy fucking hair pulling fights and shade being thrown in said harem by Spock. God I love that crazy Vulcan weirdo.
Spock’s major theme here in the story is his hatred of people who take advantage of their strength to hurt the weaker. He grew up in this kind of power imbalance, although I think Spock is aware enough of his own advantages to be exceptionally sensitive to people who don’t. Beyond that, I feel a deep kinship with Spock in that we were both terribly coddled only children. Not in the material sense or anything, but I was one of those really fortunate kids who grew up completely certain of how well-loved I was and am, and that gives you a sense of strength that is difficult to quantify. I think it makes Spock furious to think that not everybody had this, because it’s so essential. And he has the power and the capability to help them, so it is only his duty to do so.
He’s also not sure what’s going on with the Captain, who has been even more illogical and strange than usual. Also, Spock’s not sure why Captain Pike has begun being aggressively affectionate, but only when Kirk is around to watch, and then saying things like, “This is the greatest thing that’s ever happened to me.” Humans are frequently confusing.
Wait, what?? How have I never read this fic?!? Does anyone have a link?
This was a really bad time of year to start watching The Good Wife.
NOOOOOOOOOOO, it is always a good time to watch The Good Wife!!!! But yeah, you’ve probably missed a lot :) soo good, though
Haha, not because I’m watching current episodes and…
Lol, ok, that makes sense. Study hard!! But also maybe make time for sanity breaks!
Asked by falalalalucifer
If you love a wild thing, be afraid, but trust the instinct or you’ll lose your mind.
Shocked and disappointed at this missed opportunity to quote Truman Capote: “If you let yourself love a wild thing, You’ll end up looking at the sky.”