much tumblr. very nerd. wow.

(also known as I fail at a title)
Tasha. Nerd, artist, bookworm, Ravenclaw, introvert. White queer femme polyamor-ish cis girl. Preferred pronouns are she/her.

a gifset per episode
↳ 1x01 pilot

"twenty percent of his body is covered in scar tissue, second degree burns on his back and arms. x-rays show at least twelve fractures that never properly healed. (...) the oliver you lost might not be the one they found."

(via starling-heroes)

the-art-pimpette:

stormbramble:

Can we please stop making fun of people who are over 20 and are still virgins

Can we please stop making fun of people who are not interested in sex/are repulsed by sex

Can we please stop making fun of people who aren’t interested in a sexual or romantic relationship

Can we please stop making tv shows about virgins trying to lose their virginity like it’s a leech upon their life destroying all of their goals and opportunities?

(Source: morrowseer, via bardtalons)

ohrobbybaby:

HAPPY 50th ANNIVERSARY MARY POPPINS! (Aug 27, 1964) 

I cannot express in words how much this film is important to my life, except maybe for supercalifragilisticexpialidociousHere I leave some of my favorite photos of the whole production of this wonderful Walt Disney picture. 

(via jackkellys)

glintglimmergleam:

ishvalan:

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But Peralta doesn’t really get it, though. That’s the part that really drives this scene home for me. Peralta listens to this story and still lionizes that bigoted old reporter, because he’s not ready to hear the truth, that his hero is scum.  

Peralta can shrug off this story and keep going, as he does, because that is what white privilege means: it means being able to listen politely and leave the racist experience. Holt’s entire life is a racist experience.  

Peralta’s one of the Good Ones, but it’s not until Brogan actually calls his captain a “homo” in front of him that Peralta realizes and reacts. Holt’s sharing his own story is not enough — Perralta needs to see bigotry in action before he recognizes it as real. And isn’t that how our relationships with liberal white people always go? They get it, but they don’t really get it.

Brooklyn Nine Nine is a ludicrous comedy, but its emotional beats and complex relationshps are more honest and realistic than most dramas airing right now.

I love this show.

(Source: samanthapanther, via allieyourally)