schim:

The most dangerous ships of all are the ones where you’re like heh this is kinda cute, I guess I ship it a little.

That’s how it starts man.

That’s how it fucking starts. 



"I met my wife at a Star Trek convention. She was study abroad from France and spoke little English, and I didn’t know a lick of French. So, for the first few months of our relationship, we communicated by speaking Klingon."

Hear more tales of nerdery in this week’s Pwn Up! (via dorkly)

Okay I’m not even a Star Trek fan but that’s beautiful.

(via tchy)



actual fb conversation between me and my friend
  • me: when i'm a well-respected professor somewhere, you mustn't tell anyone just how much i was drowning in FEELS after cap 2
  • me: DON'T TELL THEM HOW MUCH FIC I READ
  • sara: liz spends all her time reading histories and literary criticism
  • sara: srs bzns only
  • me: YES EXACTLY
  • me: i am definitely not reading steve/darcy/bucky porn
  • sara: hahahaha
  • sara: and if you were it was defintely for anthropology
  • me: YES. I DID IT FOR (SOCIAL) SCIENCE.
  • sara: <3

Reblog if you think fanfiction is a legitimate form of creative writing.

hellotailor:

flutterbyesandpollywogs:

obfuscobble:

roachpatrol:

luciddreamerash:

hellotailor:

a man wrote an article about this mysterious new Fan Fiction craze, and oh boy did we all learn a lot from it.

Here is the link, if anyone wants to read the whole thing and you wiLL NoT BE DISSAPOInTED

yesssss

I heard someone calling me from afar.

I must answer the call.

I was not prepared for the level of dramatic in that dramatic reading.

Oh my god. Someone did a DRAMATIC READING.

(BTW, i purposefully didn’t link to the article in the original post because i didn’t want to give the poor dude too much direct attention, but i just checked back to the article and while a bunch of people seem to have found it, luckily he doesn’t seem to be reading the comments. so much CROL.)