Scottish, 17 Supernatural, Doctor Who, Sherlock, Avengers, RT/AH and other stuff that could be anything?
Anonymous said: whats the craziest thing youve ever done?
omg okay so one time (i think it was sophomore year) i was sitting in class and my teacher, out of no where, says “i can see your bra strap through your shirt hanna” and i looked down and you literally couldn’t see it unless you were blatantly staring at my chest so i said, “well i can’t” and he says “you need to go change your shirt” and i said i didnt have another shirt so hes like then go home and i had a burning hatred for this teacher
i still dobecause it was like he went out of his way everyday to piss me off so i stood up and took off my bra under my shirt, dropped it on the floor next to my desk and sat down.
i was suspended for a week.
this is the most amazing thing I have ever read. I swear to god this gives me life.
If 1 in 10 teens are gay, then statistically, there are two gays in each of my classes… I’m one, so where’s the other one? Come out come out wherever you are ya little shit
im not sure if that last line is a pun or not
Anonymous said: I don't get why people always shit on DC for wanting to make serious movies but don't shit on marvel for making all of their movies with comedy in them? WHY does DC have to include comedy in their movies?
because it’s not fun, exciting or alluring to look at a bunch of stick in the muds in costumes. superhero movies are supposed to be fun, exciting, something you want to be wrapped up in. no one wants to see a movie with “mr grumpy and his friend, the grumpinator”
I don’t agree with that
We took a movie about talking monkeys pretty damn serious this year, and my favorite summer flick.
I think there is a balance, but I don’t necessarily think that being a bit more serious makes a movie boring. People loved the Dark Knight Trilogy, and before that the Blade films, and would even classify some of the earlier X-Films of being more “Serious”
The movie about talking monkeys isn’t a superhero movie so I dunno why that applies here.
Second, when you think of Batman you know exactly what you’re going to get: a rich guy with parent problems becomes a superhero. We know he’s super serious, we know he’s all angsty but if you make that into 3 movies all you get is “I was a grump for 3 movies”. The dark knight trilogy did so well because it was one serious movie telling the sad story and then two other movies about the villains. You ask anyone what their favorite part of the Dark Knight trilogy was, they’re not gonna say Batman with his scruffy voice. They’re gonna say the Joker because, while he is a “serious” villain, he adds something that Batman can’t do on his own: Entertainment. The biggest reactions that came from that trilogy were for The Joker, who is a serious character but also a very interesting character because of what he is: exciting, unpredictable