"MOVE, YOU FASCIST!"




I Am:
25 years old, a college dropout, an ex-English major and Psychology minor, a bad lesbian, awkwardly friendly, subtle like a supernova, damn near impossible to offend, dating a Dr.-Manhattan-Grumpy-Mathematician-Master-Assassin-Vulcan-Elf-Princess, a Gryffindor, a spazz, easily excitable, overprotective, fandom-oriented, probably more stubborn than I should be, a romantic, a geek, a nerd, a dweeb

You Can Call Me:
Kelty, Jude, Jimmy, Special K, Freak, Weirdo, that girl there, or any and all fandom-applicable nicknames that fit my personality, because who am I to deny.

The People You Need to Know
(If You Want to Get to Know Me):

KENDRA (my girlfriend)
EMILY (my best friend)
BLISS (my soulbuddy)
RIOT (my bratty little sister)
CODY (my adopted e-son)
MADDIE (my little princess)

andrewandthegarfields:

carmillas:

the writers’ strike of 2007-2008 haunts me to this day

#i remember like it was yesterday

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timeladyboastsalot:

thetrainticket:

I gotta give props to AT.  How often is a topic like this done in a cartoon?  Someone getting over their main love interest and finding someone new.  Yeah, you have those cartoons where they have a crush on a character but it turns out they’re a villain, but that usually only lasts a few episodes.

PB’s a main character, and Finn’s had a crush on her since the beginning.  And instead of dragging it out longer, they end it off, and he finds someone new.  I just… have a huge amount of respect for that :’D  So often you see cartoons/shows where the main characters end up with or even get married to their high school crushes or whatever.  That’s not always the case, and that’s ok.  It’s fine to have heartbreak and move on.

I don’t think enough people appreciate how high quality this show really is

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pandalot:

You are good at something, stop lying to yourself. You’re good at breaking down comic book plots, cooking ramen perfectly, making your friends happy, knowing the time without looking at a clock, getting the perfect ending at RPG’s, or figuring out the twist ending to movies. Don’t let society tell you your talents are meaningless because they don’t serve an economical purpose. Your talents reflect your interests and passions, and what’s important to you is important.

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princeoftoots:

mountpleasantcomics:

I hope everybody does this. not like I wish anybody ill or anything, it’s just easier to have idiotic tendencies if other people have them too.
SO MUCH FUN.

I can’t speak for everyone but this definitely applies to me.

princeoftoots:

mountpleasantcomics:

I hope everybody does this. not like I wish anybody ill or anything, it’s just easier to have idiotic tendencies if other people have them too.


SO MUCH FUN.

I can’t speak for everyone but this definitely applies to me.

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2 years ago · 1,681 notes · originally from mountpleasantcomics
#hahahaha #HHAHAHAHAHA #ha #ah #about me

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2 years ago · 122 notes · originally from unthinkablesurprises
#hahahha #ha #/ha/ #ah #about me

burning out his fuse up here alone

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