I Think I Made You Up Inside My Head

iknowithurtstoburn:

neednothavehappenedtobetrue:

queerqueerspawn:

handling-it:

queerqueerspawn:

handling-it:

last night i had a real life dream about a joke that was made that if i’m lucky i’ll manage to marry queerqueerspawn because not only is he good-looking and sweet and very intelligent he’s also infinitely more responsible than i am and will likely be the only reason our childrendon’t end up taking entire blocks of cheese and some fig newton cookies to school for lunch because he will have had the foresight to create an “acceptable lunch checklist” which is broken into categories from which i should select one item each and put it in the kids’ lunch bags

I will create these hypothetical checklists but will I got shopping regularly enough to have adequate foods in all categories? Will I?

#our children saying goodbye to go to the bus but stopping as soon as they’re out of sight to swap bits and pieces of lunches until each one of them feels like they’ve gotten useful things

#getting to school and saying “dad forgot to go to the store again so dad packed me an entire container of gummi worms, who has broccoli they don’t want?”

#other parents saying “we’ve scheduled a playdate for the girls this weekend with the northup kids, better have them come to our house else the girls come home filled with hummus and gluten-free cookies again. damn sweet, but almost completely useless when it comes to this stuff, their fathers are.”

We’ll have movie nights with popcorn with no butter. We’ll have curries and stir-fries with no rice. We’ll have smores with all sorts of improvized toppings.

popcorn with no butter?

does someone have an allergy or are y’all both just full of nonsense?

oh, or is one of you vegan, that makes more sense. 

I’d offer to have zoe and I feed your bbs but I just congratulated myself on eating a vegetable two days in a row and I suspect the last time Zoe encountered a vegetable was distressingly long ago. 

we are both intensely finicky so there will be like 18 foods in our house, except for when I need to learn to cook vegetables so my kids don’t go to somebody else’s house for dinner and go “gosh I’ve never had broccoli before”

whereupon I would die of mortification.

oh god that means I have to eat broccoli to set a good example no.

what if you two took over “introducing Zoe and Alex’s children to more than the core three vegetables” (carrots, zuchinni, and peas)

we could introduce your kids to…. junk food? small dogs? POPCORN WITH BUTTER? something.  

I’m unclear about why none of you have yet reached the obvious conclusion (that I just assumed you all knew about already) that everyone has to move to Virginia when y’all are ready to have babies. Literally every problem any of you people have brought up becomes solved with “let Hillary backseat parent your kids”

true true!

zoe and I will be in DC, you can feed our children vegetables. 

I don’t want the other moms making faces at how we parent our bbs but I don’t want to eat broccoli either it’s such a dilemma. 

queerqueerspawn:

handling-it:

queerqueerspawn:

handling-it:

last night i had a real life dream about a joke that was made that if i’m lucky i’ll manage to marry queerqueerspawn because not only is he good-looking and sweet and very intelligent he’s also infinitely more responsible than i am and will likely be the only reason our childrendon’t end up taking entire blocks of cheese and some fig newton cookies to school for lunch because he will have had the foresight to create an “acceptable lunch checklist” which is broken into categories from which i should select one item each and put it in the kids’ lunch bags

I will create these hypothetical checklists but will I got shopping regularly enough to have adequate foods in all categories? Will I?

#our children saying goodbye to go to the bus but stopping as soon as they’re out of sight to swap bits and pieces of lunches until each one of them feels like they’ve gotten useful things

#getting to school and saying “dad forgot to go to the store again so dad packed me an entire container of gummi worms, who has broccoli they don’t want?”

#other parents saying “we’ve scheduled a playdate for the girls this weekend with the northup kids, better have them come to our house else the girls come home filled with hummus and gluten-free cookies again. damn sweet, but almost completely useless when it comes to this stuff, their fathers are.”

We’ll have movie nights with popcorn with no butter. We’ll have curries and stir-fries with no rice. We’ll have smores with all sorts of improvized toppings.

popcorn with no butter?

does someone have an allergy or are y’all both just full of nonsense?

oh, or is one of you vegan, that makes more sense. 

I’d offer to have zoe and I feed your bbs but I just congratulated myself on eating a vegetable two days in a row and I suspect the last time Zoe encountered a vegetable was distressingly long ago. 

we are both intensely finicky so there will be like 18 foods in our house, except for when I need to learn to cook vegetables so my kids don’t go to somebody else’s house for dinner and go “gosh I’ve never had broccoli before”

whereupon I would die of mortification.

oh god that means I have to eat broccoli to set a good example no.

what if you two took over “introducing Zoe and Alex’s children to more than the core three vegetables” (carrots, zuchinni, and peas)

we could introduce your kids to…. junk food? small dogs? POPCORN WITH BUTTER? something.  

halfsquaretriangles:

As psychologists point out, a post-traumatic response is just as likely to be triggered by something that has nothing to do with subject matter: a glimpse of the same blue-colored clothing that was visible during a traumatic event, or a certain scent that was in the air that day. Colleges cannot bubble-wrap students against everything that might be frightening or offensive to them.

i don’t really want to talk about it because it is obnoxious in its wrongness, but this is not even “if we start advising people about certain content we will have to advise people about all content,” it is not even “i refuse to extend a courtesy that has been requested because i have no way of guaranteeing that literally everyone will be equally courteous and don’t want you to develop a false impression of the world,” it is “i know you told me something that upsets you, but it is likely that you will also be upset by other things that you have not told me about, so i don’t care.”

classic example of “people responding to a question that was not asked”

"hey can you warn for X content"

'no I can't warn for ABCDXYZOPQ content, that's unreasonable”

"I asked you to warn for X"

"but what if you’re upset by ABCDYZOP or Q"

"I didn’t say anything about any of those, I asked you to warn for X"

"No, because it’s unreasonable to expect me to warn for ABCDYZOPQ"

"what about X though?"

"I said no"

arsenicfae:

WHAT A SHITLORD

i’m Really Mad about him, he’s like TVTropes incarnate

the abyss is staring back, QV. and it’s wearing a fedora.

the abyss is staring back and it’s wearing a fedora.

(love/hate relationship with TVtropes)

Unnecessary possessions are unnecessary burdens.
Actual douchebag fortune cookie Colton actually got tonight. (via into-the-weeds)
dardrian:

wraparoundcurl:

brooklyn99things:


From Emmy Award-winning writer/producers Dan Goor and Michael Schur (“Parks and Recreation”), and starring Emmy Award winners Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a single-camera ensemble comedy about what happens when a talented-but-carefree detective and his diverse group of colleagues get a new captain with a lot to prove. 
In the series, Jake is gifted enough that he’s never had to work too hard or follow the rules too closely. That is, until Holt arrives as the precinct’s new commanding officer. Captain Holt believes in rules and regulations, two concepts that have long been overlooked by the detectives in the 99th precinct. Jake’s colleagues are a capable bunch, but lack a certain level of discipline and leadership. They compete with each other, annoy each other, gossip and flirt, but at the end of the day, they have each other’s backs.


The show won this year’s Golden Globe Awards for Best Television Series: Comedy or Musical, and Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series: Comedy or Musical.


Episodes
Pilot → watch | torrent
The Tagger → watch | torrent
The Slump → watch | torrent
M.E. Time → watch | torrent
The Vulture → watch | torrent
Halloween → watch | torrent
48 Hours → watch | torrent
Old School → watch | torrent
Sal’s Pizza → watch | torrent
Thanksgiving → watch | torrent
Christmas → watch | torrent
Pontiac Bandit → watch | torrent
The Bet → watch | torrent
The Ebony Falcon → watch | torrent
Operation: Broken Feather → watch | torrent
The Party → watch | torrent
Full Boyle → watch | torrent
The Apartment → watch | torrent
Tactical Village → watch | torrent
Fancy Brugdom → watch | torrent
Unsolvable → watch | torrent
Charges and Specs → watch | torrent
*If a link isn’t working, let us know and we’ll fix it! 


The Halloween episode sealed my love for this show.

BLESS YOU

dardrian:

wraparoundcurl:

brooklyn99things:

From Emmy Award-winning writer/producers Dan Goor and Michael Schur (“Parks and Recreation”), and starring Emmy Award winners Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a single-camera ensemble comedy about what happens when a talented-but-carefree detective and his diverse group of colleagues get a new captain with a lot to prove. 
In the series, Jake is gifted enough that he’s never had to work too hard or follow the rules too closely. That is, until Holt arrives as the precinct’s new commanding officer. Captain Holt believes in rules and regulations, two concepts that have long been overlooked by the detectives in the 99th precinct. Jake’s colleagues are a capable bunch, but lack a certain level of discipline and leadership. They compete with each other, annoy each other, gossip and flirt, but at the end of the day, they have each other’s backs.
The show won this year’s Golden Globe Awards for Best Television Series: Comedy or Musical, and Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series: Comedy or Musical.

Episodes

  1. Pilotwatch | torrent
  2. The Tagger watchtorrent
  3. The Slump → watchtorrent
  4. M.E. Time → watchtorrent
  5. The Vulture → watchtorrent
  6. Halloween → watchtorrent
  7. 48 Hours → watchtorrent
  8. Old School → watchtorrent
  9. Sal’s Pizza → watchtorrent
  10. Thanksgiving → watchtorrent
  11. Christmas → watchtorrent
  12. Pontiac Bandit → watchtorrent
  13. The Bet → watchtorrent
  14. The Ebony Falcon → watchtorrent
  15. Operation: Broken Feather → watchtorrent
  16. The Party → watchtorrent
  17. Full Boyle → watchtorrent
  18. The Apartment → watch | torrent
  19. Tactical Village → watchtorrent
  20. Fancy Brugdom → watch | torrent
  21. Unsolvable → watchtorrent
  22. Charges and Specs → watchtorrent
*If a link isn’t working, let us know and we’ll fix it!

The Halloween episode sealed my love for this show.

BLESS YOU

I guess people don’t really like it when you invade their country or something.

lolmythesis:

Medieval Studies, Fordham University

Flotan on þam Folce: The Battle of Maldon in Its Own Time

I AGREE THAT THIS IS REALLY INTERESTING AND NIFTY AND YEAH

flattered! and cheered a fair amount about the prospect of slogging through the rest of the work.

again, you’re welcome to a copy when I get to the end. you might like it, although I never did get around to being mean about Persephone.

quickermorequickly replied to your post “this post is me “writing to think” about my thesis. that’s what my one…”

ALEX THIS STUFF IS SO INTERESTING!!!!

thank you muchly! if you would like a copy when it’s done, I can send you one (you could read most of it without a Latin background, actually)