watch Kathryn Prescott reading interesting fan theories for Finding Carter.

Here is my theory of what happens next issue though: Brainstorm succeeds in destroying the spark of Baby Megatron. However, the Rod Squad discovers the .1% spark he’s got in his cockpit there and in a last ditch effort to preserve the future, they implant it in the sparkless Megatron body.. Therefore, Megatron was and always has been the sole surviving member of the lost generation of Luna-1. Half forged, half constructed cold.
I’m calling it now: moon baby Megatron. Just you wait!


It’s all Harry’s fault. Well, partially. I suppose Voldemort can be saddled with an equal portion of the blame. The point is, the Dursleys were just minding their own business when a horcrux was dumped on their doorstep. For the next decade it proceeded to warp their minds, turning them from your garden variety insufferable human beings into horrible, heartless monsters. The fact that they survived such prolonged horcrux exposure without delving into insanity or abandoning a helpless child only solidifies their place among the pantheon of noble and virtuous heroes in the Harry Potter universe.

*Mic drop*


*Pics up mic, taps gently*

Feedback on this post has been better than I had hoped, and I want to thank all the people who have purveyed and debated this theory. Some of you love it, some of you hate it, but you’re all talking about it and that’s pretty cool. 

There have been a few complaints, however, that the above description comes across as insensitive, and strongly promotes abuse apologism. I have addressed a few of you personally on the matter, but I feel this is an opportune time to reach out to anyone else who might’ve taken offense to my commentary.

Allow me to state for the record that the above description was intended to be read as satire. I do not honestly believe Harry is responsible for the abuse he suffered, nor do I seriously consider the Dursleys to be noble and virtuous heroes. No child is to blame for any form of abuse they suffer.

It was never my intention to bring emotional distress upon anyone, and I apologize to all who were offended by my comments.

Thank you, and Happy Tumbling. :)


You might have got the impression that there is a little bit more to Aunt Petunia than meets the eye, and you will find out what it is. She is not a squib, although that is a very good guess. Oh, I am giving a lot away here. I am being shockingly indiscreet." - J.K. Rowling.

If the reveal had been that Petunia was a witch ~ Several years after the war, Harry tracks his aunt down to confront her with what he witnessed in the pensieve.

WTF is with the Wallet?: Homestuck Upd8 theory.

The thing that frustrates me most about Homestuck is that stuff that was written 4 years ago that you could never remember suddenly becomes relevant again. Thus, I’m forced to go dig way back in the pages of the story to figure out what’s going on. 

Since I decided sleep was for chumps, I spent an hour and a half retracing the steps of the wallet. I’m probably forgetting steps in the timeline and missing parts of the weird cyclical  timey-wimey bullshit, but here’s what I rediscovered. 

First of all, what is in the wallet?

This stuff that belonged to Dad: 

Also, a totaled car.

(It might be relevant that there are no car keys. Maybe Jane’s Dad will have them. I have no idea).

So John puts all this crap in the wallet.

This include John’s computer.

So, who has the wallet?

Like I said, I could be forgetting stuff that happened in the convoluted time-loops, so I apologize for that. 

But I think either one of two characters has it (Or maybe they both have the same wallet at the same time, but the wallet is from different parts of the time-loop).

Here’s what John does with the wallet before he sees Grimdark! Rose. 

He gives it to WV, A.K.A., The Mayor. 

And with Liv Taylor and CC, they ride a Derse ship off Skaia.

Indecently, this proves detrimental because John left his dad’s laptop in the wallet, preventing Jade from warning John that Rose has gone Grimdark.

So this is where I get confused. I can’t remember where the ship is going, and I’m sorry. (Back to Derse I think????) I tried reading and reading to find out again but it’s 2:30 am so I gave up.


I did discover that someone else might have the wallet too.

Let’s look at another object in the game that has a stupid cyclical time stream also. 

The creepy f*ck named Lil Cal.

Jack takes him as a trophy for killing Dad and Mom. 

There is then a scene in which Godteir Aradia  observes future Bec Noir fighting past Aradia bots through a particular Aradia bot’s dream buble.

He throws Lil Cal at her.

Then Aradia bot and Lil Cal go back in time by being hit with a meteor through a gate into the past, thus killing the Aradia Bot. 

Past Aradia finds Lil Cal.

And for some reason,

She finds the wallet under his shirt. 

So it’s possible Aradia has the wallet as well, which is good, because she’s one of the few living characters left in the story.

I can’t remember how it got in his shirt. I don’t even know if we’ve been told yet. I assume this is “future” wallet, because the wallet John gave WV wasn’t dirty or bloody. (Maybe Bec Noir put it under his shirt and I just wasn’t paying attention because I’m sleep deprived.)

So how is the stuff int eh wallet supposed to help John and Terezzi?

I don’t think any of Dad’s stuff is. What my theory is that the weapons Jake and Grandma Jade put on Liv Taylor are in the wallet. 

The science wands, Daves sword (from the furture?) and Eridan’s rifle (remember that he threw it away once Kanaya made him the science wand?) are still unaccounted for, and I have been waiting for that to come back around.

Maybe when it passed from the Mayor to Lil Cal to Aradia someone or something put them in it? 

I welcome people to correct me. I just thought I’d at least start the digging to others don’t have to. Time for sleep. 

Ever stop and ask yourself how he learned to use that bazooka?

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#6. Heath Ledger’s Joker Was Probably a Soldier

Throughout the movie, the Joker shows remarkable comfort with military-grade weaponry like grenades, explosives, and machine guns, and after extensive Googling followed by a visit from two very nice federal agents, I can tell you that you can’t learn how to use that stuff from the Internet. … And unless the Joker grew up in the city from the GTA games, the only place he could have practiced that is the military.

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Five Nights at Freddy's theory

So, if you hadn’t guessed, I’ve been a bit into Five Nights at Freddy’s, the brilliant indie horror game made by Scott Cawthon. You, a security guard at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza (imagine if Chuck E. Cheese were made in the innermost circle of hell), must protect yourself from the animatronic figures that roam the facility at night. Employing a unique sense of horror, Five Nights at Freddy’s induces paranoia and fear on an unprecedented level, by completely denying your sense of fight or flight, as you can neither fight these animatrons, or run from them, and giving you extremely limited resources to accomplish your goal of lasting five nights.

Several statements by the creator, plus in-game evidence, have proven that the animatrons are actually haunted by the spirits of five children who died by a security guard (or Freddy himself), and the bodies were stuffed into the animatronic suits. I, however, have a different, more tech-oriented theory regarding the events at Freddy Fazbears Pizza.

It’s established very early on in the game that the animatrons will not recognize you as a person if they see you, and thus, your untimely, grisly demise is very imminent. On top of this, you’re entirely incapable of moving from one spot, and the UI remains regardless of if you’re looking at the camera or not. Combined with the fact that your death leads to a cut video feed, this all culminates to one thought.

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5 Crazy Fan Theories That Make Total Sense

The chipper, cheery mascot of the Fallout series has always been Vault Boy, the blonde-haired, bright-smiled lad giving a big thumbs up and a delightful wink, in stark contrast to the horrible post-nuclear war dystopian future the game plops you in. But WHY exactly is he giving you a thumbs up? And is there an explanation for what he’s doing that makes more sense than a jokey contrast between retro-optimism vs. current misery? As you can probably tell from the tone of the article so far, there totally is.

There’s an old rule in Nuclear Bomb Safety Instructions that says, essentially:  

"If you see a nuclear explosion on the horizon, stick out your thumb at arms length. If your thumb covers the explosion completely, you’re at a safe distance from the explosion. If your thumb does not cover the explosion, run like hell."

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I’m going serious headcanon and fantheory on this thing. Homestuck headcanon. You see how it goes from red, to fuschia, back to red. Let me repeat that BACK TO RED.What if Karkat’s blood ISN’T mutant, but rather higher up on the hemospectrum that it’s only considered a myth. A forgotten legend. What if, since his ‘mutant blood’ is so rare, everyone forgot that it was the highest on the hemospectrum, even above the fuschia blood of Feferi and the Condesce? 
Maybe they’re the highest of highbloods, condemned for some reason or another.
Maybe thats why Karkat and Kankri are heroes of BLOOD.

Maybe. Just maybe.

A strong case can be made for Dexter having Asperger’s Syndrome. Look at his personality: He struggles to interact with others socially, has repetitive patterns he adheres to, and has very unique interests — if Dexter could, he wouldn’t leave his lab. These are all signs of Asperger’s, as is his baffling pseudo-Austrian accent: A lot of people with this condition sound like foreigners to their own families because they mimic words the way they were pronounced when they first heard them (in many cases, on TV).

Does that change anything in the show? Actually, it changes everything, because we view all the other characters through Dexter’s lens, and people with Asperger’s have trouble empathizing with others. He views his sister Dee Dee as a huge dolt, but what if he just doesn’t understand girls? His mom appears to have constant mood swings, but could it be that Dexter doesn’t know when he’s making her angry? Meanwhile, his dad is always a bumbling incompetent, but maybe Dexter is simply disappointed that he isn’t a world-class genius.

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"Army of Gem Drones" Mentioned as Early as Episode 5

in episode 5, Frybo, if you listen closely to what pearl is saying about gem shards (while steven does the exact opposite and spaces out) she actually says something pretty important that i dont think anyone actually heard. if they have, i havent seen anyone mention it. 

she says: 

"these shards have a powerful partial conciousness that has been harnest from gems throughout history in order to create semi-sentient drone soldiers with the ability to follow basic orders. gems once created an army of these drones, but their obedienced wained as the shards overdeveloped inside their uniforms, and turned on their commanders. and may it be that any shard ____ (*hard to hear clearly*) a container, could become a monster!”  - Pearl Gem

shards were harnest from gems throughout history to create an army of drones

gems were taken and broken into pieces for their specific features and abilities. like how you can break apart water for example to make hydrogen and oxygen. but you’d have to kill a gem-person in this process, since we know a gem breaking into pieces is bad news based on what was happening to Amethyst in An Indirect Kiss.

a messed up amethyst when her gem cracked in An Indirect Kiss

the shards were harvested from gems. the gems had to have been killed in order to take/break their gems. they couldn’t have died on their own; they dont age, and since we know that even in the case of fatal injury to their physical forms they can heal and regenerate from inside their still-in-tact gems. someone had to purposely break their gems in order to obtain their shards. kind of like hunting an animal to use it’s fur. but theirs also the possibility of accidental gem breakage, like amethyst, but what’s the likelyhood that people were cracking thier gems left and right enough to form an army of broken pieces?

gems had destroyed and used other gems to create an army of drone soldiers. an army of them. this confirms that there is a war going on, or they are at least preparing for one. it could not, however, have been for the war between crystal gems vs homeworld gems that were destroying earth. because the REASON the homeworld gems were destroying earth in the first place, was an alternate way to create more gem drone soldiers for the army. 

the reason for hollowing earth to create gems, was because the drone army made from the shards began overdeveloping, meaning they were no longer robot-minded and started to gain a sense of free-will other than do-as-you’re-told, and they turned against their commander, and the people in control needed fresh clean cut brand new gems to be created from scratch and brainwashed, other than made from pre-made parts; so the kindergartens were made. 

a gem kindergarten shown in On The Run

but why? why were the drone’s opposing to what their commanders were telling to do? maybe because the army was made as an offense instead of a defense, and the drones refused to do something that wasnt right. 

long story short:
[] gems killed other gems to make an army of drones to make an offense. when this didnt work, they made a plan b, which was to use earths rescources to make an army.

there’s something else i want to throw in here.

garnet could have been one of those shard-created drones.

i see a lot of people feeding into the theory that garnet is a fusion, yet they seem to have too many unanswered questions to confirm it. well, what if they were in the right direction. garnet could be made of two or more different gems fused into one. but not two gems consciously fusing together and for some reason never separating; she’s made up of pieces of other gems, being put together to create one whole gem. this explains why though being a “fusion” she still has just two arms. for example being made up of two shards, each having one arm. also she’s so different from the other gems, a combination of mix matched pieces. she has two gems, and 3 eyes. she is also much taller. also, her features and abilities seem perfect for someone created to fight in an offending army. huge really strong destructive built-in fists (compare this to pearl and amethyst having hand-held weapons), she seems immune to everything including lava and lightning, and she can predict the future based on probability, good for counter-attacking and defending from an enemies since she can guess their next move. the perfect soldier. she is also a serious, stoic character who keeps calm and seems unaffected almost no matter what the situation. kind of robot/drone-like. but as we know, the drones “overdeveloped” which would explain her having a personality and emotions like love instead of just being a semi-sentient. she loves and care’s about the people around her. and also what did she do? turn against the commanders. oppose the homeworld. she’s on team protect-earth. she helped amethyst pearl and rose fight off the gems drilling earth and creating more soldiers. and look at how she felt so strongly about making sure peridot never game back. 

still not convinced? well look at this.

a mural, in warp tour.

 a garnet shaped army, on rose’s side, against one magic-leader-villain-looking person. this could be the army of drones joining the opposing team of their commander and joining rose and her fight to stop the gems from creating a new army from the kindergartens on earth. theses do closely resemble garnet. compare the tall thick legs coming to the slim waist shape and legs-apart ready to fight stance.

what do you guys think?

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3. Aladdin takes place in a post-apocalyptic wasteland

Did you ever wonder how the Genie in Aladdin was able to recall and impersonate Jack Nicholson and Rodney Dangerfield? Or how he was able to joke that Aladdin’s clothes were “so 3rd century,” or turn Abu into a 1950s muscle car ? One solution from the depths of 4chan posits that Aladdin actually takes place in the distant future, after a horrific nuclear war.

Think about it. The movie never specifies the time or the country. When we first meet Genie, he’s complaining about the neck pains he has thanks to 10,000 years of indentured lampitude. If Genie knows enough about pop culture to become a game show host, this must be the far-flung future — around 12,000 AD. The primitive technology can only be explained by a giant world-ending catastrophe that wiped out almost everything but the Middle East. You still have some high-tech leftovers like the magic/nanomachine carpet, but for the most part it’s all wooden carts rolling around “Agrabah,” a mispronounced “Arabia.” 

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