Italian girl, from Sicily, currently studying Japanese in Venice. This is mostly a Fandom blog, I reblog the things I like. Sometimes I also post my shitty drawings and other things I make. Feel free to talk to me.
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drowning-in-spaghetti:

Posting this 20 minutes before midnight, I can still say happy anniversary to my favorite game series!!

drowning-in-spaghetti:

Posting this 20 minutes before midnight, I can still say happy anniversary to my favorite game series!!


jeholy:

when da beat drops in da club u b like

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blue-author:

goldenheartedrose:

the—-cat-is-called-hamish:

shakespearelove:

dubiousculturalartifact:

Because some days I have exactly ZERO patience for Martha Jones hate.

Martha rocks my world.

I could write an essay about Martha Jones the things she did. Martha Jones is awesome. End of conversation.
Martha deserved better, but series 3 was so much more…realism, really. 
Also, dear fandom
“I’d forgotten not all victories are about saving the universe.”
 That’s the thing that makes a companion awesome? Really? Not that humans are awesome? No such thing as an ordinary human? Because ordinary humans are all extraordinary BECAUSE they are ordinary humans?
No
clearly we don’t like Who for the same reasons dude

Oh man yes this.

Also, highlighting the other companions’ accomplishments just underscores how often the female characters’ greatest achievements are things that are completely accidental or incidental to them. The metacrisis was something that *happened* to Donna more than something she did. Rose became the Bad Wolf through her own stubborn determination, but still… once she accidentally transcended time and space, the rest was pretty easy.Martha wasn’t destined for cosmic greatness through some predestination loop and she wasn’t shazamed by phlebotinum into some kind of super being.She walked every step of her journey by herself.

blue-author:

goldenheartedrose:

the—-cat-is-called-hamish:

shakespearelove:

dubiousculturalartifact:

Because some days I have exactly ZERO patience for Martha Jones hate.

Martha rocks my world.

I could write an essay about Martha Jones the things she did. Martha Jones is awesome. End of conversation.

Martha deserved better, but series 3 was so much more…realism, really. 

Also, dear fandom

I’d forgotten not all victories are about saving the universe.”

 That’s the thing that makes a companion awesome? Really? Not that humans are awesome? No such thing as an ordinary human? Because ordinary humans are all extraordinary BECAUSE they are ordinary humans?

No

clearly we don’t like Who for the same reasons dude

Oh man yes this.

Also, highlighting the other companions’ accomplishments just underscores how often the female characters’ greatest achievements are things that are completely accidental or incidental to them. The metacrisis was something that *happened* to Donna more than something she did. Rose became the Bad Wolf through her own stubborn determination, but still… once she accidentally transcended time and space, the rest was pretty easy.

Martha wasn’t destined for cosmic greatness through some predestination loop and she wasn’t shazamed by phlebotinum into some kind of super being.

She walked every step of her journey by herself.


dominominomino:

#thefather

#theson

#theholyghost


doctorpuppet:

doctorpuppet:

LOOK, we made a teaser! [x]

In case you missed it!


chokoraitodisuko:

barrel—rider:

Expectations Vs. Reality / Game of thrones


tyaene:

Tyrion appreciation weekDay 1 - favorite season

↳ SEASON FOUR


posted 10 hours ago with 1,301 notes via miss-nobletyaene)

1001paperboxes:

attackofthechewenod:

Combeferre and Jehan’s first date was actually a complete disaster because they went to a natural museum and they both got so excited by the exhibits they lost each other

this fucking book though when they reconvened at last they went out to lunch and spent about four hours talking about what they say *saw combeferre rattled off facts and described exhibits and got unbelievably excited about the space exhibit he could probably give a tour of the space exhibit at this point and when he gets excited his eyes light up and he leans forward and he loses some of his restraint and gestures a lotjehan meanwhile spent his time people watching and looking at the gemstone exhibits and in the wildlife halls (jehan absolutely adores the wildlife halls) and sometimes when he gets excited he falls into talking in rhythm it’s his slam poetry voice and his voice gets louder and he looks almost prophetic in his passionand so they exchanged stories and talked over each other and almost forgot to order food at all and in the end they both agreed that actually the whole thing had been a great success (courfeyrac was horrified when he found out but courfeyrac’s a traditionalist that way) (via kingedmundsroyalmurder)


Hugh Panaro (Broadway Phantom - 1999, 2003-2005, 2010-2014)


posted 11 hours ago with 920 notes via fdeloperareginalds)
strangerthanudreamt:

“I had an awful job finding his core, his character, his personality and relating it too myself.. The in house director was a great guy called Geoff Ferris., and after watching me struggle with it for a few days.. (I only had about 21/2 weeks to learn it) He suggested that I be fitted up in the complete costume wigs and makeup., this was done., and it felt really weird standing there looking at myself in the rehearsal studio’s full length mirrors.. I couldn’t, I didn’t, see me at all. All I saw was The Phantom’ standing there not knowing what to do with himself, and then, all of a sudden… just like magic… I felt his awkwardness and vulnerability. We then slowly became kind of one.. I suddenly started to move in a strange, sort of balletic manner and my personality and demeanor became slightly creepy. I found myself wanting to be romantically sexy with the role.. the hands started fluttering and twitching when excited, my walk became a glide and I found myself rubbing my hands up and down my thighs.. And my anger was like lightning and instantly fierce.. I had found my phantom.. Thank you Geoff Ferris..” — Peter Karrie on playing the Phantom

strangerthanudreamt:

“I had an awful job finding his core, his character, his personality and relating it too myself.. The in house director was a great guy called Geoff Ferris., and after watching me struggle with it for a few days.. (I only had about 21/2 weeks to learn it) He suggested that I be fitted up in the complete costume wigs and makeup., this was done., and it felt really weird standing there looking at myself in the rehearsal studio’s full length mirrors.. I couldn’t, I didn’t, see me at all. All I saw was The Phantom’ standing there not knowing what to do with himself, and then, all of a sudden… just like magic… I felt his awkwardness and vulnerability. We then slowly became kind of one.. I suddenly started to move in a strange, sort of balletic manner and my personality and demeanor became slightly creepy. I found myself wanting to be romantically sexy with the role.. the hands started fluttering and twitching when excited, my walk became a glide and I found myself rubbing my hands up and down my thighs.. And my anger was like lightning and instantly fierce.. I had found my phantom.. Thank you Geoff Ferris..”
— Peter Karrie on playing the Phantom