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ppl on here be like “proffessor layton is so hot!!!!”

professor layton be all like

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idinaelsa:

who wore it best?

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netanyakeitner:

I can’t remember what I ate yesterday but I can remember all of the lyrics to Vanilla by Gackt.

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khaleesi:

cap 3 is gonna be wild

khaleesi:

cap 3 is gonna be wild

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"I think, for us, when we first started talking about Trek- I remember in the very first meeting- probably about five minutes in, we basically said “How in gods name are we going to get our wives to go see this movie?” Other than the fact that they’re married to us. You know, we will not be successful in rebooting Trek unless we can get women to enjoy the movie. And that’s where I feel, like, at least the birth of [Kirk] really had that going for it"

Damon Lindelof (Star Trek 2009 commentary)

Oh yes, that’s correct, because as a woman I wouldn’t like Star Trek unless Kirk was incredibly good-looking… Um, excuse me?! Does anyone else just get angry reading this?! 

(via skivvyy)

It’s like, I understand that they want to go after women. When it comes to scifi, women are often overlooked, so it makes sense, it’s a smart business decision to think about women… But writing in a birth scene? THAT’S your master plan?

(via thetrekkiehasthephonebox)

They probably could have gotten more women to like it if they had stayed truer to the spirit of the series.  Since, you know.  We were the ones who kept it alive all those years.

But nah the ladies all like girly shit like who ever heard of a girl nerd amirite.

Pee on Hollywood gender essentialism.

(via flarechaser)

How are you going to get your wives to see the movie? Gee, I dunno, how about writing good women characters? How about making a story that’s not all about dudes? How about not killing women characters for the dudes’ plot development? How about not having women characters strip down to their underwear for literally no plot reason at all?

How about, like, portraying women as people? TOS, for all its faults, could at least (sometimes) do that!

Also? It wouldn’t hurt to get some women on your creative team. I’m just sayin’.

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Reason why Eva and I said “Fuck it let’s just write a musical we can’t fuck it up harder than they did already” number 47

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mhiilk:

"its dark im scared"

dont worry bae i got this

*stomps foot*

*sketchers light up*

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souperball:

Then finish it, cuz i’m with you til the end of the line. 

souperball:

Then finish it, cuz i’m with you til the end of the line. 

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elendilya: I was like “no I only drink sunny D and caprisuns” and went back to my dorm hahahaha

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