andrea!

Fangirling with a heavy dose of reality. This is where I spaz about my online life. This may/may not include: television, music, movies, general geekery, NEVERMORE, cats, new obsessions, old obsessions, pop culture, getting old, etc. etc.

I reblog like a mufuh.

Very rarely will this blog collide with my real life. I apologize in advance to everyone in my real life when it does. Because I am into some wacky shit that I don't ever, ever talk about.

I've got the swag & it's pumpin' out my ovaries.

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kristaferanka:

ALL-NEW X-FACTOR #17 & 18
PETER DAVID (W)
CARMINE DI GIANDOMENICO (A)
CoverS by KRIS ANKA & JARED FLETCHER
AXIS TIE-INS!
Issue #17 -
• The X-Factor team, having stolen the nuclear football from the President, now has to handle a direct attack on Serval Industries courtesy of Longshot and Sunfire. Meanwhile, Quicksilver is kidnapped under extremely mysterious circumstances.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99
Issue #18 -
• Sunfire returns to X-Factor with an odd proposal. Meanwhile the team is dispatched to the Middle East to intervene in an ongoing war between two countries.

themindyprojectstyle:

From the pilot to the season 3 premiere, we’ve come along way. Are you ready?

effyfurrow:

nointerrruption:

I’M ACTUALLY A REALLY NICE PERSON IM JUST USED TO BEING WALKED ALL OVER AND DISRESPECTED SO SOMETIMES I COME OFF AS MEAN BUT I JUST CANT LET PEOPLE TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ME AND I HAD TO GROW UP REALLY FAST OK BUT I PROMISE I HAVE A GOOD HEART AND GOOD INTENTIONS AND I DONT WANT TO EVER HURT PEOPLE’S FEELINGS BUT SOMETIMES I JSUT HAVE TO HAVE THE UPPER HAND AND MAKE SURE I DONT GET HURT IM SORR YI LOVE EVERYONE

SOMEBODY FUCKING SAID IT 

(via shamrocked)

mr-radical:

i’m going back through alex hirsch’s twitter and it’s a thing of beauty. i love this guy. i decided to post some of my favourites.

(via kawaiisharkchan)

Asker Anonymous Asks:
The biggest regret I have is putting on my profile that I enjoy reading comics and that I game. Any message that isn't sexual harassment is guys testing me to see if I actually know what I'm talking about. Then if I bother to prove that I do indeed know the names of "every robin in batman" or whatever other trivial question they pose, it's obvious I probably googled it. Why do I even try?
wallvureen wallvureen Said:

okcreepsters:

I have in my profile that I love several different sports. While I sometimes get some “prove-it” style messages, usually the guys who message me are just excited to talk about sports. For a while I thought this was odd, but I think it speaks to a very specific kind of misogyny within nerd culture.

Guys who believe in Fake Nerd Girls have convinced themselves that the reason they haven’t done well in the past with women is because women don’t enjoy the things they enjoy. That women can’t like those things. Because the problem couldn’t possibly be that they are unkind, uninteresting, a creep, or any number of other things. To them, the problem is that women don’t understand them. Any threat to their belief that women are incapable of understanding them isn’t just an ego blow, it’s a threat to the way they’ve structured their self esteem and self worth. 

Honestly, any guy who asks you to prove your knowledge doesn’t deserve your time of day. I know lots of great guys who are into nerd culture. Not a single one of them would ask you to prove yourself. They’d ask you about your interests and start a conversation. You don’t need to prove yourself to anyone, and no one who wants you to prove yourself deserves your time. 

respectablegeek:

tuesdaytothursday:

gallifreyangeeksquad:

laurdocwho:

You okay Moff?

He suddenly realised Capaldi is an Oscar winning writer.

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PLOT TWIST:
PETER CAPALDI PLAYS TWELVE AND ALSO TAKES OVER AS SHOWRUNNER

Capaldi as Doctor. Capaldi as showrunner. Capaldi as companion. The entire show becomes just Capaldi, and the rest of the BBC are too scared to intervene. It wins 7 Baftas.

(via kal3m)