Oscar Wilde's left butt cheek

werewolvesangelsandhunters:

fassbender-mcavoyobsessed:

daysofxavierspast:

ninemoons42:

thexscha:

So “Blurred Lines”… Great song, awful lyrics, right?

Well, Weird Al Yankovic fixed that for us.

Also, some grammar-nazi and kinetic typography porn for your thorough enjoyment.

Seriously, this made most of my upcoming days :)

Oh my god.

BRB crying from laughter

and also THIS IS MY LIFE, THIS IS ENGLISH, AND GOOD GOD THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU WEIRD AL

big dictionary. that’s it. I’m dead. 

SWEET JESUS THIS IS GOLD

I love Weird Al.

Several fans, however, were offended or hurt by Al’s use of the word “spastic,” which has been used by many to refer, in a derogatory way, to people with cerebral palsy. Calling the term “ableist,” bloggers and moms decried Weird Al’s use of the term as an insult in the song.” and he then apologized


heilbucky:

shvnyyy-e:

zwamboobs:

blazepress:

Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

Sick

what the fuck

We all know that this is actually just Thor enthusiastically showing his support for gay rights.

heilbucky:

shvnyyy-e:

zwamboobs:

blazepress:

Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

Sick

what the fuck

We all know that this is actually just Thor enthusiastically showing his support for gay rights.



snorlaxatives:

why the fuck does everyone in the purge movies want to kill people if crime was legal i’d find a way to erase my student debt and also probably steal a bunch of new clothes


Anonymous asked: "brainstorm what?"

Specifically, the relative merits of a linear versus a non-linear narrative structure.

I have this story idea, right, and it’s got quite a complicated plot as it is, but the problem is that when I plot it with a typical linear narrative (ie A->B->C->D->E), the resolution at the end seems forced and anticlimactic. The characters’ motivations are more clear, and the plot is wrapped up fairly neatly, but it’s not wrapped up particularly satisfyingly, and I’m unwilling, after much deliberation, to amend the plot point itself as it’s the only logical step for the narrative to take.

However, when I plot around a non-linear narrative (the structure I’m considering involves two parallel narratives; the past and the present, interwoven through different chapters), I have to add a further plot point to the ‘present’ narrative, or the two narratives seem unbalanced and the dramatic tension isn’t ongoing throughout, and the general weight of the narrative sways towards the one narrative strand in a rather undesirable fashion. 

The non-linear narrative gives a much better plot resolution, and also adds a further dimension to one of the main character’s motivations, but it does have the effect of adding a potential further 10,000 or so words, which isn’t ideal for reasons relating to the average attention span of both the reader and the author.

My options are thus as follows:

  1. Compromise the climax of the narrative but maintain a satisfying plot
  2. Compromise the simplicity of the narrative but maintain dramatic tension
  3. Find a different plot point at which to sever the ‘past’ and the ‘present’, and thus weigh the two narrative strands more equally without the need to add further plot points to an already plot-heavy narrative

It’s a dilemma and a half. I might need to sit down with a trough of tea.

posted 5 hours ago with 6 notes


I think I’m gonna do it

I think I’m going to sign up for the screenwriting course

I think I’m going to be terrified and overwhelmed and outshone and uncomfortable and I think it might be great

also who wants to help me brainstorm a thing

posted 6 hours ago with 26 notes

teen wolf + dramatic head turning 

maxiimof:

whenever i see a character i dont like being shipped with my favourite character

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beesmygod:

who the fuck is talking shit about the xkit guy i will drive to your house and preform a colonoscopy on you with my boot

beesmygod:

who the fuck is talking shit about the xkit guy i will drive to your house and preform a colonoscopy on you with my boot