Sometimes the way a thing goes down does matter, Shepard. Later, when you have to live with yourself. Knowing that you acted with integrity—then it matters.

(Source: alisstairtheirins, via fuckyeahbioware)

Jaime Lannister

canoeingit:

Who had to stand outside the doors while Rhaella was raped and had to stop himself from stopping it.

Who was sickened by the thought of rape.

Who had to listen to his sister who he loved more than anyone else tell him her husband raped her repeatedly.

Who wanted the said man dead for raping his sister.

Who lost his hand after stopping a woman HE DIDN’T EVEN LIKE from being raped.

Who had a man beheaded for raping a woman.

Would never ever do what he did in that episode. He would never rape a woman. And no one, not even HBO show creators can tell me otherwise. 

faithandfearcollide:

If she wants to kill you…

(via scifitvaddict)

regina-mills:

Regina is all about development. Especially when it comes to Snow White.

"I know you, and you feel things, deeply. With or without it you feel things with your whole soul.”

(Source: mayorswan)

diseonfire:

thepfa:

nohetero:

scottthepilgrim:

which fucking fedora wearing friendzoned nerd made this thing

yeah but notice that the seal’s intent is to eat those fish and the shark offers a mutually beneficial relationship for them
in which a dudebro unintentionally makes a really accurate analogy for the reason that they’re single forever

That’s a whale shark. They’re docile and in no way threatening to people or those fish depicted. Seals, by contrast, will attack people, possibly out of a frustrated sense of entitlement combined with poor socialization skills.

Well that backfired spectacularly.

diseonfire:

thepfa:

nohetero:

scottthepilgrim:

which fucking fedora wearing friendzoned nerd made this thing

yeah but notice that the seal’s intent is to eat those fish and the shark offers a mutually beneficial relationship for them

in which a dudebro unintentionally makes a really accurate analogy for the reason that they’re single forever

That’s a whale shark. They’re docile and in no way threatening to people or those fish depicted. Seals, by contrast, will attack people, possibly out of a frustrated sense of entitlement combined with poor socialization skills.

Well that backfired spectacularly.

(via wilwheaton)

Elementary AU:
         ↳ Natalie Dormer as Sherlock Holmes.

(Source: brittanas, via annakie)

(Source: ramarika, via phoenix-cry)

notfadeaway asked: I'm working on a script for a comic I'm creating. My cast is primarily female and I'm worried I have too many women. When you're writing CM (since your cast is largely female) do you ever think, "there should be a guy in here somewhere?" And if so, what do you do? I'm really comfortable writing women, and I love my characters... I see no need for anymore men in the story at this time, but I'm afraid it won't appeal to a large enough audience. 3 prominent women to 1 supporting male? Too much?

wilwheaton:

kellysue:

>too many women

I’m sorry, I don’t know what those words mean in that order. 

>do you ever think, “there should be a guy in here somewhere?”

No. 

>I see no need for anymore men in the story at this time, but I’m afraid it won’t appeal to a large enough audience.

STOP IT. 

You’re trying to sell a thing you haven’t even written yet.  Write the story you would write if you were just going to put it in a drawer.  

Write the story you want to read. 

"You’re trying to sell a thing you haven’t even written yet. Write the story you would write if you were just going to put it in a drawer.

"Write the story you want to read. "

I think that, at some point, all of us who write forget this, and I’m so grateful to Kelly Sue for reminding us.