mournfulblis:

becausebirds:

the difference between birds and birbs


YES

mournfulblis:

becausebirds:

the difference between birds and birbs

YES

acetoudou:

who comes decides Who country who comes this to

acetoudou:

who comes decides Who country who comes this to

ryanishka:

kingdomoftheballerino:

The Royal Ballet+Heartbreak

hashtag “I can’t”

ryanishka:

kingdomoftheballerino:

The Royal Ballet+Heartbreak

hashtag “I can’t”

captainofthenx02:

shewhoisanna:

captainofthenx02:

startrekslut:

thetrekkiehasthephonebox:

mylittleredgirl:

captainofthenx02:

startrekslut:

Petition to make These Are The Voyages recognized by the entire fandom as Riker’s bad fan fiction.

Seconded.

I feel offended on Will Riker’s behalf that anyone would think he would write such a mess. No no, William T. Riker’s holoprograms have well-researched plots and sophisticated character development and like 500% more boobies.

Oh god, then who wrote that thing?

Wesley?

SOMEBODY WROTE IT AND I WANT ANSWERS FOR THIS ATROCITY.

Wesley… actually… would make sense. It’s poorly researched and all the characters are really over-the-top. It’s a teenager’s first fanfic.

But there’s no awkward sex scenes!

How can it be a teenager’s first fanfic if there are no awkward sex scenes!?

They just couldn’t put the awkward sex scenes on TV but they were there.

Think about it: not only is Wesley writing awkward sex scenes, he’s writing awkward sex scenes about historical figures who were born about 240 years before his time

That would be like somebody writing erotic fanfiction about Beethoven. 

affabulous:

Ooh, baby, do you know what that’s worth?
Ooh heaven is a place on earth

Gerudo Valley
hylianensemble

nintendotunes:

[x] —> OA’s YouTube Channel

scienceyoucanlove:

This colossal circle in the Sahara Desert is known as the ‘Eye of Africa’. Scientists originally thought a meteorite had created it but now they believe it is simply a geological oddity caused by the erosion of layers of rock: http://1.usa.gov/1lzOREn via NASA - National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationImage: Oleg Artemyev/Roscosmos
through ScienceAlert

scienceyoucanlove:

This colossal circle in the Sahara Desert is known as the ‘Eye of Africa’. Scientists originally thought a meteorite had created it but now they believe it is simply a geological oddity caused by the erosion of layers of rock: http://1.usa.gov/1lzOREn via NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Image: Oleg Artemyev/Roscosmos

through ScienceAlert