Tolkien, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, Star Trek: TNG/DS9/VOY/ENT, Sherlock, Pacific Rim, X-Men (movieverse), MCU.

Occasionally NSFW.

 

come-chaos:

Heh, look what I forgot to take out of my laptop before I went to work.
I am this close from setting a new personal record in ‘Not Working’.

Sooo, while I was writing that post, my boss told me I could go home, and then he left, and now I’m alone at the office (again).
Hah, fuck it. I’m going to watch a movie at work. I just got here and I brought plenty of food. I’m not going anywhere. XD

come-chaos:

Heh, look what I forgot to take out of my laptop before I went to work.

I am this close from setting a new personal record in ‘Not Working’.

Sooo, while I was writing that post, my boss told me I could go home, and then he left, and now I’m alone at the office (again).

Hah, fuck it. I’m going to watch a movie at work. I just got here and I brought plenty of food. I’m not going anywhere. XD

Heh, look what I forgot to take out of my laptop before I went to work.
I am this close from setting a new personal record in ‘Not Working’.

Heh, look what I forgot to take out of my laptop before I went to work.

I am this close from setting a new personal record in ‘Not Working’.

bnaz:

WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT TO ME FOR TWO FICTIONAL CHARACTERS TO KISS

WHAT WENT WRONG IN MY LIFE I DON’T UNDERSTAND

theheirsofdurin:

cybersyncing said: ok but hear me out: The Hobbit where everything is the same except Bilbo has the personality of Martin Freeman

not-in-front-of-the-klingons:

bum bum BUUUm

bum-dele-bum

swooossh

Bum bum BUM bumbumbum

bum-de-bum
bum-de-bum
BUM-DE-BUM- DEDE-BUM

waa WAA waaa wa

wa waa waa waa waa

waaaa waa 

waawaawaawaaaa

waawaawaawaaa

waawaawaaa

waawaaa

waa waa waa waa

wawa wawa wa waaa

waaa
 wawawawa 

wawawawa wawaaaa

(wa-ing instensfies)

nailed it.

Reading things I wrote as child is terribly awkward. In my teenage years my confidence as a writer dwindled to nothing, and I have only recently begun to write again. The lack of development brought on by my long break means that the things I wrote in Swedish just a couple of years ago to differ very little language-wise from the things I wrote as a child. As a twelve year old writer, I was absolutely brilliant. Today, I can only hope to be average.

This is a bit random, but I just can’t let go of a comment I read on Youtube a few days ago. I was watching an interview with Sebastian Stan, and in the comments, people where talking about how nice his voice is and how much they would love to hear him tell them a story. Then, someone remarked that since Stan is not completely fluent in English, it wouldn’t be a very good story.

I just –

What?

Apart from the fact that this person has some pretty high standards when it comes to language, why the fuck would a slightly limited vocabulary and imperfect grasp of grammar make it impossible to tell a compelling story? That is not how storytelling works.

hobbitkaiju:

dangerhamster:

SCREEN JUNKIES DID AN HONEST TRAILER FOR THE WINTER SOLDIER BUT IT WAS SO GOOD THEY COULDN’T EVEN TAKE THE PISS OUT OF IT SO THEY JUST TALKED ABOUT WHAT A GOOD FILM IT WAS

okay this is amazing and I’m grinning super hard 

asteriski:

"The fact is that Leeta is very strong, but in ways that are unpredictable; not wearing-a-uniform kick-ass way that Kira was, certainly, but in an equally profound way.

Leeta didn’t wear her strength in terms of the obvious warrior type. She had an internal strength that I think we can learn a lot of lessons from. It’s sad when people see her as eye candy.” 

- Chase Masterson, Star Trek Magazine, February 2013