But seriously, that dorm room is ridiculous. We have a bathroom that is smaller than Buffy’s closet. No dorm room has a closet that big. Heck, most of my dorm rooms didn’t have a closet, period. Just a cabinet. A really tiny cabinet. And that room has a closet like that for both of them? Utter nonsense.
I did not expect my prediction about Kathy to become true so quickly.
Also oh god I’m having flashbacks to freshman year make it stop.
Thoughts on finishing season 3 of Buffy:
- I feel kinda bad because I was 100% convinced that the Mayor was gonna betray Faith, and then it turned out that he really was genuinely fond of her.
- He was literally her Giles, wasn’t he? Only instead of “fight evil, Buffy” it was “do evil, Faith.”
- Though he was actually planning on betraying her, in a way. He was planning on leaving her behind.
- Unless the “it’s your day too” stuff was about somehow taking her to the demonic plane with him? Headcanon accepted.
- I predict she’ll come back at some point. Though not until late this season or even later seasons, to make it more of a surprise. But she’s only in a coma, which on television is basically a guarantee that the person will wake up, even though that’s really not how it works IRL.
- I liked last season better, mostly because I was more engaged with the villains. The Mayor didn’t really click with me until Faith joined him. I think if I ever do a re-watch, though, it might be more entertaining, because I’ll know what’s coming and because I appreciate the Mayor more now.
Thoughts on the first episodes of season four of Buffy
and season one of Angel
- Okay, so I watched “The Freshman” last night before going to bed, and then I had a nightmare about monsters in college trying to take my favorite stuffed animal away from me. Which, uh, was not actually the point of the episode, but was something that happened, so.
- Actually, I identified with this episode way more than I did with the high school episodes. My high school experience was nothing like what they showed, but I definitely related to Buffy being so disoriented on her first day of college.
- Though seriously, wtf, no dorm room is that big. I had a very big dorm room in my freshman year (the dorm was a converted house, so some rooms were really tiny and others were huge). It was actually bigger than my room at home, though I did have to share it with my (very strange) roommate. About twice the size of the standard double, but it was still not as big as Buffy’s. My suspension of disbelief was broken over the size of her dorm room.
- Speaking of strange roommates, Buffy’s is secretly a supervillain, right? I refuse to believe that someone could be that happy all the time and not be evil.
- Angel’s about 500% more of a dork on his show than on Buffy. It’s great.
- I mean, I knew they had to change him somehow. Broody McAngstyface wouldn’t be a good central character unless they developed him more. I like how they took the “quiet and mysterious” vibe from the first show and turned it into “no, actually just has no social skills.” It’s believable given what we know of him, and it’s more interesting.
- I knew in advance that Cordy moved to Angel, but I was still glad to see her.
- Doyle’s accent annoys me. The internet tells me that the actor is actually Irish, but they made him Americanize his accent a bit to be more understandable. I guess it makes sense in-universe, if the character’s been living Stateside for a long time, but I like Irish accents. :( I wish they hadn’t dumbed it down.
why would you want to be an offensive stereotype for Halloween
when u can be
(Source: pinkhairedgoddess, via gettin-nakie-outside)
Some people love to shut down people who talk about trans and intersex issues by saying that they’re “only 1% of the population” and thus can be ignored since they “aren’t statistically significant enough.”
By that logic, we can now systematically ignore:
- The entire state of Rhode Island
- Anyone who makes over $500,000 a year
- Pacific Islanders
"you’re too young to know what your sexuality is" said the straight person to a queer teenager
"he’s such a ladies’ man" said the straight person about a 6 month old baby that doesn’t know what a lady is
First, make sure your artist hasn’t expressed anything like this:
Because if you see that it really makes more fucking sense to just click on the link and reblog the art from the artist’s blog.
Okay, if you’ve checked for any links like that and you don’t see any, go to the top right-hand corner of the screen.
Look at that, they have a handy share option! If there isn’t one of these, it means the artist’s hid it on purpose and therefore probably doesn’t want you posting their art on other websites, so you should leave it alone. If there is one, click on the section with the Tumblr logo.
A little window like this should pop up:
Now click the “create post” button.
When you visit your dashboard, you should see something like this:
Check out those circled areas - deviantART’s done you the favor of sourcing that shit not once, but twice! How handy is that.
Now that I’ve shown you this fantastic tool, I fully expect you to use it when you’re posting dA art here! If you don’t, you’re a fucking asshole. Although if you didn’t know about this before, there’s still no fucking reason why you couldn’t have just added a link to the original art yourself and given credit to the original artist, is there?
i’m like an npc i won’t do anything unless you interact with me