Confessions of a Dramatically Frustrated Teenager

The world's most fandomically confused fangirl.

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flustered-fallen-angel:

scarecrowartist:

skygemspeaks:

gimme-more-waffles:

in-demigodishness-and-all-that:

lucker-st0mpp:

pinupatheart:

boobscupcakesnweed:

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I shall reblog whenever I see this….

the amount of perfection in that paragraph makes my heart happy.

I’m a Christian and I support this message.

i think i’m crying that’s so perfect

There’s also the fact that the reason Jesus died on the cross was so that Christians no longer had to follow the laws of the Old Testament.

By denying homosexuals the right to marry because of what it says in Leviticus, you are basically saying that Jesus’ sacrifice WAS NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR YOU.

PREACH.

OH DAMN

(Source: saissonmargeurite, via elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey)

gatissed:

I think it’s super suspicious that there’s not one face to face encounter between Mary and Mycroft, especially in His Last Vow, it’s almost like Moftiss avoided writing a Mary/Mycroft scene on purpose. I mean they could have met at the Holmes estate. It’s strange that there’s no scene where they are all together in the house. Odd…

poupon:

izzy-rabu:

hangthecode:

Jack was employed into service for the East India Trading Company and was given command of the Wicked Wench. However, after he set free a cargo of slaves, his employer, Cutler Beckett, had Jack branded as a pirate and the Wench set aflame and sunk. After failing to rescue the Wench, Sparrow struck a bargain with the ghostly captain of the Flying Dutchman, Davy Jones, to resurrect his beloved vessel. Jones returned the ship to Jack in near perfect condition except for the permanently charred hull. This prompted Jack to rename her the Black Pearl

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I DIDN’T KNOW THIS WHAT.

danged sympathetic fictional pirates and their refusal to engage in the slave trade, I’ll tell you what. 

(via piemakerbarnes)