Austrian, 22, multi-fandom (Sherlock, Supernatural, Harry Potter, Psych, Elementary, etc..) feminist, random craziness :]

 

spicysweetdorite:

c00lmom420:

retcum:

oqvpo:

sp4ceinvaders:

moriarty:

J ESUS TAKE THE WHEEL IM SO GAY

that transformation is too cool. even like the “after” version better. very cool.

WHO IS THIS

shes so hot

Her name is Ruby Rose, she’s an Australian model- btw she’s genderfluid!

just a reminder that binding using ace wraps is constrictive and unhealthy

(Source: sizvideos)

the13thdoctorbetterbeginger:

riversnogs:

It is the year after the Battle of Hogwarts. School is starting again. And the thestrals are confused by all of the attention they are getting.

oh

oh no

What can we do? We can start by guarding our own language. When our day at the beach is canceled because of rain and we end up staying home, how often do we say, “I was so depressed”? Depression is more than simply a disappointment or a day in a funk. When we use that terminology to describe the daily ups and downs, the disappointment and aggravations, we unwittingly minimize true depression.

When we see that a loved one is feeling depressed, seems unable to get up in the morning, unwilling to go out, how do we respond? How often do we simply encourage our friend to “cheer up”, “treat yourself to a shopping spree”, “go out to eat”? Or we point out “you have so much to be grateful for”, “so many people have it so much worse”. These well-meaning statements imply that depression is something that can be overcome simply by a change in attitude, by a force of will, by determination.

This encouragement - while well-meaning - fails to recognize that depression is an illness and unwittingly blames the sufferer. If only she tried harder, if only he made the effort, the depression would disappear. We do not expect the diabetic to cure herself, the person with epilepsy to force the seizures to stop, and we should not assume that depression can simply be lifted with effort.

Rabbi Betsy Torop

This was my rabbi’s sermon last Friday at Shabbat services.  It’s finally gone up on our temple’s website, and it is awesome.  I was literally in tears.

(via highanxietiessupport)

(Source: actuallyclintbarton)

I met my wife at a Star Trek convention. She was study abroad from France and spoke little English, and I didn’t know a lick of French. So, for the first few months of our relationship, we communicated by speaking Klingon.

Hear more tales of nerdery in this week’s Pwn Up! (via dorkly)

Okay I’m not even a Star Trek fan but that’s beautiful.

(via tchy)

drinklust:

once i got very drunk in a bar and my mum had to pick me up so i was trying to act normal by keeping the conversation so i asked her if shes a virgin and she looked at me with pain in her eyes and said “i wish i was”

(Source: drinklust)

clarajohnsons:

musical theatre female character meme ♀ a lead female character in a musical

the baker’s wife // into the woods

"Sometimes people leave you
halfway through the wood.
Do not let it grieve you,
no one leaves for good.
You are not alone.
No one is alone.” 

And Sunny crawled around solemnly biting each of Edgar and Albert’s shoes, leaving small teeth marks in each one so she would not be forgotten.

Lemony Snicket - The Bad Beginning

Sunny I love you. You are so precious.

(via thebooker)

(Source: bookedeverynight)

chromolume:

If your career’s not working out for you, maybe the problem is that is doesn’t rhyme with what you taste like.

msh30:

team i can’t do math for shit but i can write a 3 page english paper in less than an hour