“So, why do you write these strong women characters? Because equality is...– Joss Whedon. This is the primary reason why Joss Whedon is one of my favorite ever writers/producers/directors/multihypehenates - and why I’m a major goddamn male feminist. You know how to have more strong women characters in film and television …WRITE THEM. And he has for over a...
Jareth: Hey I just met you
Jareth: and this is crazy
Jareth: but here's my labyrinth
Jareth: I'm stealing your baby
ahuttoftea: perlahaha: hey baby, if it’s not too much treble, i’d really like to ‘B’ with you … naturally. If you play a violin, all you have to do is put a finger on a G-String. #noreallythatnoteisontheGstring
Going to go marathon the rest of the Green...
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I HAVE A QUESTION.
arainbowofgrey: mirijade: Why do all males in Queensland end sentences with “ay”? And use “but” at the end instead of the start of a sentence? (i.e.: “It’s too cold, but”) Australian English truly astonishes me sometimes. This is completely true (but it isn’t restricted to males, females say it too). I don’t know why, but I hear people say this all the time.
I'M THE GODDAMN BATFAN: “Just don’t die okay?”
caemantics: I see your Dick Grayson and Tim Drake and raise you an obvious Jason reference; because Nightwing has no reason to say this to Robin in the tone and in the manner he did unless Jason has already died okay!!! I’m just going to go and angst in a corner now. Goddamn Batfamily… On a more positive note: Nightwing and Batgirl sharing scenes. Nightwing and Batgirl interacting!...