You know you would watch it. Don’t lie. 

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you know those disgusting aggravating boys that you just wanna


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do u ever have a thought that’s so fuckin inappropriate that u feel like dumping a bucket of water on urself like. calm down, self. tone it down. think about jesus

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When one of my family members asks why I don’t have a boyfriend


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I feel like you should all watch this. Just persevere for a minute or so.

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Why it is okay to ship real people with other real people:


So in a post today mostly unrelated to what I want to talk about,  John Green stated, “It’s not okay to ship real people and other real people.” I respect John Green in all ways, but I disagree 100% with this statement, and I want to clear up why Real Person Fiction is not actually wrong.

The first important issue to cover is that RPF is not tinhatting is not harassment. If you ship something, you like to think about it, write about it, draw it, joke about it, talk about it with your friends, and it makes you happy in your own little corner of the world. This is okay. Tinhatting is when you believe your ship is really happening in real life and the Powers That Be are hiding it from you. This is also okay, until it becomes harassment, which is when you throw your ship into the involved people’s faces repeatedly in spite of requests to stop and you say nasty stuff about their girlfriends to them and generally make everybody unhappy. This is never okay.

But that’s not what shipping is, and that’s not what RPF is. The first point I want to make here is that RPF is not actually about real people.

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Question: What’s the weirdest thing a fan has ever given you

Peter/Sylvester: *mumbling* oh i dont know….

Audience member: “A GRANDDAUGHTER”



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nobody knows what their favourite episode of sherlock is but everybody knows it isn’t the blind banker for some reason

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