Self-proclaimed writer and singer.
Others-proclaimed cynical bitch.
22 years old, more jaded than I should be.
Feminist, intellectualist, agnostic.
SuperWhoLockian, Loki fangirl.
A little pretentious.
A little hypocritical.
A little condescending.
I got my new computer, installed Photoshop, and I wanna make some gifs.
I’m taking any and all requests. I have Doctor Who, Fringe, Sherlock, Star Wars, Castle, Warehouse 13, a TON of Disney movies, Brave, Dr. Horrible, Les Mis, Spiderman, the Avengers, the Hobbit, and a bunch more. If I don’t have it, I’ll download it.
Tell me whatcha want, whatcha really really want.
Do you ever kinda feel sorry for the minority shippers? Not people who ship minorities, but I mean people who proudly fly the flag of the rarest ships out there. Sam/Castiel, Sherlock/Molly, Draco/Hermione, etc.
Part of me just sighs and thinks “Oh, honey.”
The sherlock fandom is crazy after over a year of waiting
The supernatural fandom is crazy after over a week of waiting
The doctor who fandom is yet to become crazy after a four month break
share your secrets doctor who fandom
we were always crazy
We are time lords we don’t wait, Time is not the boss of us
“Doctor Who fandom, I think now might be a good time for you to get crazy.”
“That’s my secret, Tumblr. I’m always crazy.”
Being in a fandom is like being in an abusive relationship.
It hurts you, but in a sick way the pain makes you love it more. Sometimes you get the distinct feeling it doesn’t give a damn about you, yet you keep coming back. “It’s not always this bad,” you claim defensively to your friends. “The good days make the bad ones worth it”. They don’t understand. They keep telling you to get out before you’re in too deep.
But you’re already in too deep, and you’re in it til the end.
Hello fandoms, my old friends.
I’m here to sob with you again.
Ponds taken by angels weeping.
Reichenbach has Sherlock leaping.
And the turmoil
that tears Sam and Dean apart
breaks my heart.
These are the feels
I’m looking to add people who post about…
- Game of Thrones / A Song of Ice and Fire
- True Blood
- The Walking Dead
- Sherlock (BBC Adaptation)
- Battlestar Galactica
- American Horror Story
- Video games (Currently looking for people who are obsessed with the Assassin’s Creed series, Hitman series, Mass Effect series, Dishonored, Dragon Age series, Fallout series, Elder Scrolls series and any other obscure RPGs)
Yeaaaah, that about covers it.
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I troll idiots, do snarky commentaries on what I’m reading/watching, and occasionally say some pretty clever stuff.
I’ll follow you back, too, because my followers are awesome and deserve it.
A couple of times my friends have compared me to Sherlock Holmes. In my mind, it’s because they think I’m brilliant. I’m not stupid enough to believe it, though, nor am I arrogant enough to think I’m even remotely comparable to someone so brilliant. It’s just the explanation I like most. It’s probably more because of my perceived ignorance of others’ emotions at times. I say things I shouldn’t sometimes, occasionally without thinking of how the person will react, but usually just not caring. Not to be mean, of course, but because I think they need to hear it whether it hurts or not.
I’ve never really agreed with the comparison. Sherlock, at least the BBC version, is legitimately ignorant of peoples’ feelings. He’s a “high-functioning sociopath” and often doesn’t remember that other people don’t function the way he does. I, on the other hand, am not a sociopath. I just value information and logic over niceities and sparing feelings. That doesn’t mean I don’t have emotions like everyone else, or that I enjoy hurting people. I’m not heartless, and can actually be quite empathetic when necessary, I just don’t let nice pretenses get in the way of more important things.
I went back and watched The Great Game again today. The opening scene in Belarus, the one where Sherlock is listening to a man pleading for his life and only hears the grammatical mistakes, got me thinking. I’m quite a stickler for spelling, grammar, and syntax. Ask any of my friends, they’ll tell you how annoying I can be. Maybe the comparisons are more accrate than I’d thought.