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My name is Theresa and I'm 17
I think I used to have a plan for this blog, but now I just spam people with whatever I'm currently obsessed with. So enjoy that.

I reblog:
Teen Wolf, Sherlock, Doctor Who, Hannibal, Merlin and Supernatural
fuck bitches get money
like8psycodelic:

princess-mishaps-palace:

cooper has a valuable contribution to the abortion arguement 

well done cooper

like8psycodelic:

princess-mishaps-palace:

cooper has a valuable contribution to the abortion arguement 

well done cooper



generalstrikes:

freakingdork asked: Morgan/Reid or Reid/Nathan?

generalstrikes:

freakingdork asked: Morgan/Reid or Reid/Nathan?

  criminal minds

"They had me rigged on this thing where I’m holding onto handles on his shoulder with my legs wrapped around his neck. He’s kinda trying to throw me off and I’m on top of him and it was so many hours of me, riding him like a mechanical bull.” 

"And we’re looking over at the producers and we’re like, ‘are you happy now? Do we have enough footage?’ and they’re like, ‘looks great on camera!" - (x)

  captain america

the-thorster:

lokitude:

….

The Fall Soldier

whoa there satan

the-thorster:

lokitude:

….

The Fall Soldier

whoa there satan

  captain america

drakamena:

argent-means-silver:

drakamena:

The first time I saw this scene - and the second and the third - I didn’t realize just HOW disturbing it was. But the cinematography, the lighting… the way Peter touches Stiles… when you realize he’s being much more gentle with Stiles than he was with Lydia…
Ian Bohen is so incredibly creepy here. And this is why I like Peter, no, LOVE him: he’s a genuinely creepy, disturbing villain yet we as viewers tend to forget about it because he’s also sassy and a lot of fun. But gosh, sometimes, he gives me the willies… O.o

Oh god yes. This scene is SO disturbing. The cinematography gives me the chills because everything about this practically screams //rape// to me. The way Stiles kneels before him (begging for Lydia’s life, telling him “just kill me, I don’t even care anymore …”, basically offering himself up to save her) and the way Peter gently strokes his chin and forces him to get up … that was actually one of the most disturbing moments of the whole show for me. I mean this is the guy who killed his nurse and put her body in his trunk. The guy who mind-controlled and practially raped Lydia. Who killed his own niece. Who attacked Scott. And when he kidnapped Stiles and brought him to the parking garage - Stiles MUST have thought he was going to die. I mean Peter showed him a dead body - he showed him one of his victims! He made him find Derek. So why would he let Stiles go? Stiles is a witness.Stiles had no reason to think Peter would let him go at all… And it kills me that this was never adressed properly in the show, because Stiles witnessed the girl he loves getting torn apart and he was forced to help the same psycho to find his best friend .. and the whole time he was aware of the fact that this guy drove around with a corpse in his trunk. He must have thought he would die that night. Because there was absolutely no telling what Peter would do or not do at any given moment. 

Agreed! Though I didn’t mind that much that it wasn’t addressed in the show itself because it adds another layer to Stiles’ character: he never tells when it’s about him. He keeps all the fear and horror hidden, he keeps quiet. Always. Oh, he does tell when it’s necessary for others to know something, but only bare details, never anything that affected him personally, his safety…
I wonder, do Stiles’ friends and his father even suspect how many times he tried to commit suicide (at least twice in S3B) or offered his life for another, genuinely prepared to die? I think they, especially Scott and his father, would be genuinely disturbed if they knew just how many times Stiles almost died in the last two years and never said anything.

drakamena:

argent-means-silver:

drakamena:

The first time I saw this scene - and the second and the third - I didn’t realize just HOW disturbing it was. But the cinematography, the lighting… the way Peter touches Stiles… when you realize he’s being much more gentle with Stiles than he was with Lydia…

Ian Bohen is so incredibly creepy here. And this is why I like Peter, no, LOVE him: he’s a genuinely creepy, disturbing villain yet we as viewers tend to forget about it because he’s also sassy and a lot of fun. But gosh, sometimes, he gives me the willies… O.o

Oh god yes. This scene is SO disturbing. The cinematography gives me the chills because everything about this practically screams //rape// to me. The way Stiles kneels before him (begging for Lydia’s life, telling him “just kill me, I don’t even care anymore …”, basically offering himself up to save her) and the way Peter gently strokes his chin and forces him to get up … that was actually one of the most disturbing moments of the whole show for me. 
I mean this is the guy who killed his nurse and put her body in his trunk. The guy who mind-controlled and practially raped Lydia. 
Who killed his own niece. Who attacked Scott. 
And when he kidnapped Stiles and brought him to the parking garage - Stiles MUST have thought he was going to die. I mean Peter showed him a dead body - he showed him one of his victims! He made him find Derek. So why would he let Stiles go? Stiles is a witness.
Stiles had no reason to think Peter would let him go at all… 
And it kills me that this was never adressed properly in the show, because Stiles witnessed the girl he loves getting torn apart and he was forced to help the same psycho to find his best friend .. and the whole time he was aware of the fact that this guy drove around with a corpse in his trunk. 
He must have thought he would die that night. Because there was absolutely no telling what Peter would do or not do at any given moment. 

Agreed! Though I didn’t mind that much that it wasn’t addressed in the show itself because it adds another layer to Stiles’ character: he never tells when it’s about him. He keeps all the fear and horror hidden, he keeps quiet. Always. Oh, he does tell when it’s necessary for others to know something, but only bare details, never anything that affected him personally, his safety…

I wonder, do Stiles’ friends and his father even suspect how many times he tried to commit suicide (at least twice in S3B) or offered his life for another, genuinely prepared to die? I think they, especially Scott and his father, would be genuinely disturbed if they knew just how many times Stiles almost died in the last two years and never said anything.

  teen wolf


wanktissue:

i just heard a blood curdling scream coming from my sisters room so i ran in there all worried and she looks up from her laptop and whispered, “i liked one of his photos from 2009”


dunwall:

this is my favourite quote ever

dunwall:

this is my favourite quote ever


mistletease:

ohhaiguise:

sirscrewloose:

legendofsherlock:

notenjolras:

#can we please discuss the fact that this movie was made by Americans

#some of us might actually be self-aware

Nobody has to deal with americans more than other americans.

I am an american and I can verify that this is indeed true.

#everyone else gets to be annoyed by Americans from afar #while Americans have to be annoyed by other Americans loudly and up close


superwho-moose-in-skinny-jeans:

sir-mycroft:

spockedout:

do you ever sit back and wonder who the fuck names their kids sherlock and mycroft

image

The same people who named their Son Benedict Cumberbatch. Literally.

  sherlock

best-of-funny:

g-eeky:

It’s like my mind and reality merged into one character.

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