No one special.
Just a ginger, nerdy writer who posts little things that amuse me.
On occasion the ramblings of a spoilt brat.
Mostly Dragon Age, kittens, Star Trek, gorgeous ladies, gaming, shoes and sometimes NSFW - be aware.

My Writing can be found under #cevvie fic or at my AO3.

Should you wish to see what I actually look like (for whatever reason) you can do so - here.

 

darkriku5:

My friend was walking and found this Godzilla toy in the Trash so he put a shirt on it, named him John, and then took him out to T.G.I. Fridays and then dinner was on John. 

Had to say goodbye to my beautiful Kira today.

She was very ill and eventually kidney failure took her.

Had to say goodbye to my beautiful Kira today.

She was very ill and eventually kidney failure took her.

i-effed-it-all-up:

when girls think they are better than other girls because they are tomboys who engage in stereotypically “male” activities it makes me want to actually gouge my own eyes out because they are pretty much reinforcing the patriarchal idea that men are better than women without even realizing it and that is just incredibly sad

tennants-hair:

moriantha:

Always read the books. This is why they are so much better than the films.

He was meant to have a human death

to show he was just human

a twisted human

he was supposed to die like a mortal

not turn into fucking butterflies

i will reblog this until the end of time

But there’s also something else. The first time he ”died”, when he unsuccessfully tried to kill Harry, there was no dead body to prove that he was gone. So people lived on, most of them fearing that, since there was no tangible proof, he would return. To quote Hagrid, ”Some say he died. Codswallop, in my opinion.” and ”Most of us reckon he’s still out there”. Voldemort’s death in the book provided everyone with proof that the most feared villain of all times was now gone, this time forever. The movie, however, took this concept and distorted it, and therefore (in my opinion) ruined this ultimate moment.

(Source: knoxtinymoons)

How awesome would a crossover between Downton Abbey and Game of Thrones be?

It would of course be called Posh Game of Thrones.

unreluctantone:

americachavez:

pls give me a franchise where, when a good female character turns evil, she is not immediately dressed in a bondage-inspired outfit that is 2 strips of leather and a thong and instead dresses in sensible jeans and combat boots and a comfy jacket because hello, evil agenda here, there’s no time to be objectified, world domination is priority

"Come to the Dark Side, we have pockets and sensible footwear."