Reblogged from epicukulelesolo-deactivated2014 (Originally from kokoroandherkokoro)
if i ever misgender you:
- it is not on purpose i promise
- im very sorry
- tell me your correct pronouns and ill use them
- spray me with cold water
Reblogged from loonylunalovegood97 (Originally from marukobott)
Reblogged from amimpervioustosimplecommands (Originally from lamapalooza)
McCoy and priest Spock. A couple of sketches concerning my priest au. Where Spock is a Vulcan priest and worships the goddess of peace and he and Leonard become friends.
"This is a story about friendship. This is a story about grief. This is a story about overcoming your fears and getting stronger in the progress. But foremost this is a story about searching for a home and finding out that said home doesn’t necessarily has to be a place."
Reblogged from thelittlepalecat
Reblogged from finalfrontiertomordor (Originally from puppysteves)
One of my head canon I have for Mystrade is that sometimes (or probably most of the times) they’d bring work to home. But they don’t mind because they both understand each other’s terrible schedule. They’d make tea, make themselves comfortable on their couch and spend their evening working. It’s not really romantic but they certainly are glad that they can do this with each other.
Reblogged from mystradedoodles (Originally from weekendship)
This is how Captain Kirk deals with homicidal teenagers with superpowers.
He takes off his shirt and glares at them.
this is how captain kirk deals with literally anything
unidentified space germs aging you super fast, making your hair go gray, giving you arthritis? take off your shirt and brood. brooooood
just received news that an ambassador aboard your ship has been assassinated? take it ooooofffff
a strange unidentified cube blocks your ship from warping out? leisurely stroll down the corridor…shirtless and smoldering
captured by space nazis? pfft happens like every other day. take off the shirt and smize at your space husband
i think we should all aim to resolve conflict like captain kirk
Reblogged from bigbardafree (Originally from anastasia1marie)
“[Anthony] can be genial. He can be menacing. He can be sexy. He can do all of these things at the same time. I think he’s a very good actor, but I just don’t think that he’s had the film roles that he deserves. His success is limited by the imagination of the film industry. With really good actors, especially actors of color, the opportunities are fewer. Who will be brave enough to put him in a leading role instead of putting him in a supporting role?” Boston Globe film critic and Pulitzer Prize winner Wesley Morris on Mackie (UPTOWN magazine).
Reblogged from haaaaaaaaaaytham (Originally from anthonymackies)
Reblogged from beniceorillputyouinmynovel (Originally from lezzieknope)