Picking the right guy to play Obama, that was the challenge, I mean, who is Obama really? We don’t know. We never got his transcripts and they say he’s kinda aloof. So I needed someone who could really dive in and really become Barack Obama and as it turns out, the answer was right in front of me all along: Daniel Day Lewis. He becomes his characters – Hawkeye from ‘The Last of the Mohicans’ and Bill the Butcher from ‘Gangs of New York’ and Abraham Lincoln in, ‘Lincoln’. And you know what? He nailed it. - Steven Spielberg (x)
With the wedding to Elena looming on the horizon and Uther’s insistence that despite the fact that Arthur prefers blokes, the marriage will work, Arthur finds himself drowning under a sea of responsibilities That is until Arthur meets Merlin, a children’s party magician who throws a wrench in all his plans to “do the right thing” and marry Elena. With a company merger at stake, Arthur has to choose between the duty of his family and the desire of this messy-haired post grad student.
Remade the graphic from last week now that the fic is done and posted!
i am expressing multiple attitudes simultaneously sir to which are you referring
i don’t think i’ve ever agreed with anything more than what this man is saying
watch this. seriously
yes yes yes yes yes
this is amazing
this guy is so sick
I needed this right now. Anyone taking finals needs this right now.
This is a lesson that I’m still trying to learn. I’m better than I was in high school, but sometimes I still fall into this trap even when I try not to.
This is glorious spoken word and it’s an incredibly important message.
“Collared” - Kurt/Blaine
For the anon who wanted more hybrid!porn (lol), this time with puppy!Blaine knotting human!Kurt. Warnings for: auto-fellatio, rimming, size kink, barebacking, and comeplay.
The thing is, Blaine is probably the most polite, uncharacteristically reserved dog hybrid that Kurt has ever met.
It’s not that Kurt had expected him to be—rude. He’s not the leg humping type. He doesn’t mark in front of people. He doesn’t clean himself in public. He doesn’t even bark much unless they’re alone. He doesn’t sniff other hybrids in awkward places.
But Kurt had thought—well. Once they started making out, he’d thought that Blaine might be—at least a little bit more enthusiastic than he has been.
Kurt wonders if it’s just him. Maybe he’s expecting too much. Maybe Blaine is just as nervous about sex as he is, hybrid nature aside. It’s not really true that hybrids are more sexual than humans, right?
I liked Gatsby before it was cool to like Gatsby.
Look, I get where you’re coming from with this comment, but there’s no need to be so exclusionary. If a lot of people are starting to enjoy The Great Gatsby, isn’t that a good thing?
It’s not even like there will be longer lines at book signings because of this since the author passed away 73 years ago, but even if that were the case, since you are such a big fan of the work, don’t you want more people to like it?
That’s like being a Harry Potter fan and looking down on those that didn’t come to the series until after the first movie came out. They’re still Harry Potter fans, they still love the series and the characters, so what’s the problem? Why is it so wrong for a film adaptation to lead to a new and wider audience?
But as for liking Gatsby before it was popular to like Gatsby, you actually fail on that account, too. See, Gatsby became popular in the 40s after Fitzgerald’s death. It was in 1945 that Gatsby was included in books that were sent to military personnel during WWII that the book started becoming really popular and by the 1950s, Gatsby became a mainstay in high school curriculum.
It has been popular to love this book since long before you were born, but because a big Hollywood adaptation has come out of it a few weeks ago which has boosted its popularity once more, you are suddenly very possessive of this book that has been out since 1925 and has been popular since 1945.
Why hate on the new fans? Why not enjoy having more people to talk to about it? If you really care about liking things before they’re popular so damn much, go find some book that doesn’t regularly sell 500,000 copies a year so that if ever Hollywood adapts in, then you can say you liked it before it was popular with some shred of legitimacy, though I can pretty much guarantee that with that attitude, most people will still think you’re an ass for saying it.
So what really is your aim? Do you feel like you need to prove yourself to be better than other people? Do you want an award for liking something that’s “before” it’s popular to be liked? What do you want?
Because from where I’m standing, you just want to make new Gatsby fans feel bad about themselves and that is never a good thing.
“Puppy Love” - Kurt/Blaine
For the anons who requested animal hybrid/breeding.
Kurt is a human born as a breeder, capable of impregnating hybrid carriers. Blaine is a hybrid carrier, a canine male capable of being impregnated. He’s brought to a clinic to be bred as necessary—if hybrids don’t mate during their heat they can die—and Kurt is assigned to him, though he gets a lot more than he bargained for and finds himself instantly drawn to the young hybrid.
Warnings for: puppy!Blaine, hybrid sex, mating in heat, knotting and, obviously, barebacking. Kurt is 19 and Blaine is 16 if that’s an issue for you.
The breeding rooms always smell unpleasantly of the cheap, bought-in-bulk hybrid-friendly cleaner that the janitorial staff uses to sanitize the rooms in between visits. It’s made worse by the air freshener that they use to cover the antiseptic odor; the two combine to form an absolutely noxious scent that Kurt can never seem to get out of his clothes.
True be told, there’s very little about his job or his place of employment that he actively enjoys. There’s nothing to be said for the breeding program aside from the fact that it’s necessary; breeders like himself are genetically built to fertilize carriers and carriers, whether male or female, are genetically built to breed.
The only difference is that he can breed at will and has control over himself; the carriers, when they go into heat once a month, have to come to a clinic to be bred or their heat will either put them into a coma or kill them.
I survived the drive. Woo. But now I’m so tired and there are no sheets on my bed and it’s raining so we can’t unload the car…