WHY YOU THERE. YES, YOU WITH THE FACE. HOW YOU DOING? WHAT'S GOOD? I'll tell you what's good: my snark and extensive knowledge of song lyrics and anything movie-related. DOCTOR WHO and SHERLOCK and ICE CREAM and ANYTHING MARVEL OR DC and NOT WEARING PANTS and MERLIN. ALL ARE QUITE ENJOYABLE. DISNEY IS FOR THE YOUNG OF HEART, MEANING ME. And Once Upon a Time is exciting as all get out.
Game of Thrones also fascinates me and Hunger Games is brilliant. Supernatural has a cast full of beautiful people and Star Trek makes me geek out. I fare no better with Lord of the Rings or the Hobbit. Best not to mention Star Wars at all ... I may go nerd on you. YE BE WARNED.

 

sclez:

durendals:

there is literally no difference between academic scholars discussing their interpretations of a text and a bunch of people yelling YOUR HEADCANON IS WRONG at each other

As a Masters student I can vouch for this.

Jason has kind of lacked for healthy relationships his entire life. From his drug peddling dad and his addict mom and letter his — let’s be honest — myopic father figure Bruce… its not like he’s had a lot of experience actually interacting with people who genuinely like him. I think that was what was most surprising to Jason when he first started bonding with Kori and Roy — that they accepted him warts and all, his sense of humor, his need for space that was always competing with a need for intimacy.

(Source: thaiann)