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  • Have you ever been so fond of a fictional character that you find yourself fighting back tears in the middle of a staff meeting?
    Because that is what’s happening in my life right now.

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  • Soft-spoken sweet-smelling Sansa, who loved silks, songs, chivalry and tall gallant knights with handsome faces.

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  • thesylverlining:

    if you ask me why DS9 is best Star Trek, i’ll probably say “amazing acting, writing and character development, uncommonly dark tone, station as a home/Wild West allegory instead of HERE WE GO IN A SPACESHIP TO sAVE THE DAY, tons of antagonist development AS WELL as protags, linear/continuing storyline, wonderful diverse ensemble cast and actual queer characters”

    but I’ll really be thinking “Worf in the baseball game episode.”

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  • For some reason I thought a good way to take a break from the 3rd Outlander book would be to finally read part 2 of Castling
    That was not the right decision; I am now emotionally compromised over twice as many characters

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  • thecutestofthecute:

    Happiest puppies in the world

    #DOG  #q  
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  • Why didn’t Charlie try to close the door from the outside
    It’s a big station, they would’ve had enough time to get out before it flooded all the way
    I guess it’s like a self fulfilling prophecy or something but THAT DOESN’T MAKE IT RIGHT

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  • veronicafitzosborne:

    Half Acre | Montmaray

    and folded in this scrap of paper
    is a land i grew up in