heyo! gov and math DOWN and i think i did pretty well! stats was the weirdest, like i was going through it and i suddenly realized like i UNDERSTOOD it

like this is the first time in my math i’ve understood math hehehehe it worked just like sentences ugh it was so good

but rly nice

and i saw sarah! sarah who’s going to school in cardiff. that was amazing wow. it’s been like six months since I seen any of them it’s weirddddd. excited 4 this winter holiday

PHILOSOPHY EXAM TOMORROW AND THEN IM OUT WOOHOO

norhuu:

I’ve had these two on my brain recently. Fem!Dave and fem!Dirk mmmmmmm. 

… to you girls who are maybe cosplaying this….. ;)

gosh they would be so lovely

finklewrucker:

and then it hit me, standin outside of heaven
waitin for god to come and get me
im too uncouth
unschooled to the rules and too gumshoe
too much of a newcomer and too uncool

lolimsuchadork replied to your post: lolimsuchadork replied to your post: wayne-o-phile…

Like, I saw Rocafort’s drawing of Tim Drake, and it was awesome. The face didn’t look creepy and the hair was really cool, and he did great on the costume. But Jason and ROy are so ugh

Yeah, that drawing of Tim Drake as Robin? I remember when I first saw that I was like “is that rocafort?” and then immediately went “nahhh” because it looked really, really good, and way better in my opinion than the boys in Outlaws. I think it is just that he draws Roy and Jason as too skinny, frail and pretty. I just want them really tough. Jay is big and scary and I’m not feelin it with this art. The slinky, skinny, pretty, athletic body is more Dick’s type. I even wrote a post about this a while ago about how I picture all the different Batboys’ bodies different (this was a looooong while ago though lol).

Also my problems with his Roy may be more due to his changed character than what he actually looks like. Like I legitimately do not know this Roy guy in Outlaws, because he is nothing REMOTELY like what Roy’s been in the past and that upsets me because God knows I love love love Roy. And Rocafort’s draws this new Roy character, and not the old one, and that just kills me.

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CC SPOILERS CC SPOILERS ON MY DASH

glancing over my yearbook from freshman year and loling at the people who said “see you next year”

i mean really how many times did i have to tell people i was moving

come on

“All PSAs should take the form of bisexual superhero orgies.”Pfft, you know it’s bad when I start agreeing with the comments :D Muchos gracias sweetheart, that was hysterical.

what if they did though

What if all PSAs were just a bunch of superheroes having sex? oh my gosh. oh my gosh I would pay attention so hard. So hard.

In 5x10 Abandon All Hope…

Castiel says he can’t get into Crowley’s place because it’s covered in Enochian symbols, Dean says, “That’s okay, you did great, we’ll take it from here.”

Is that cute or what? ahaha excuse me, I just think Castiel was maybe a little bit happier because Dean praised him. that’s adorable. 

twostrangers-:

 “The first thing that Chris Colfer said to me was, he was like, “Hey, nice to meet you, man! I’m a big fan of A Very Potter Musical,” and I was like, “No way! You’re just saying that.” Because what I thought was he was just being very sweet and cordial. He probably found out I got the part and he probably Googled me and the first thing that came up was A Very Potter Musical. I would never assume in a million years that anybody who I ever meet will have actually or was familiar with the shows. If you’re just looking up someone online for like two seconds, you’re not going to watch the whole thing – it’s tough. So I just assumed that he was being sweet but just mentioning that and acknowledging it and so I thought that that was a nice enough gesture. And then later, upon hanging out with him more, I realized – he was like, “no, I like know the show.” He would quote it and he really knew the show more than anybody that I had ever met on set anywhere, because anytime I work in anything, nobody really knows about this double life I lead. They just assume that I’m just this actor on the show and that’s all I do. So that was the first time where somebody I was working with was really familiar with my other life, so that was really, really cool and we got to bond a little bit over that. We got to geek out over a lot of musical theatre things. So yeah, Chris has seen the show and he as said very kind things about it and it definitely meant the world to me when he did.” - Darren Criss

twostrangers-:

 The first thing that Chris Colfer said to me was, he was like, “Hey, nice to meet you, man! I’m a big fan of A Very Potter Musical,” and I was like, “No way! You’re just saying that.” Because what I thought was he was just being very sweet and cordial. He probably found out I got the part and he probably Googled me and the first thing that came up was A Very Potter Musical. I would never assume in a million years that anybody who I ever meet will have actually or was familiar with the shows. If you’re just looking up someone online for like two seconds, you’re not going to watch the whole thing – it’s tough. So I just assumed that he was being sweet but just mentioning that and acknowledging it and so I thought that that was a nice enough gesture. And then later, upon hanging out with him more, I realized – he was like, “no, I like know the show.” He would quote it and he really knew the show more than anybody that I had ever met on set anywhere, because anytime I work in anything, nobody really knows about this double life I lead. They just assume that I’m just this actor on the show and that’s all I do. So that was the first time where somebody I was working with was really familiar with my other life, so that was really, really cool and we got to bond a little bit over that. We got to geek out over a lot of musical theatre things. So yeah, Chris has seen the show and he as said very kind things about it and it definitely meant the world to me when he did.” - Darren Criss