Okay, I’ve rewatched pretty much every Danny Phantom episode.

Except the finale.

If I don’t see Phantom Planet (which I read what happens and it doesn’t sound too good anyway), then I can still be in the fandom, right?

I think it’d be good that I don’t see/rewatch (dont remember if i saw it when i was little) it, since it’d be hard to imagine a conclusion to this awesome series.

The Mother Of All Scholars

(Before class, my history professor is telling us about a conference he’ll be attending.)

Professor: “The only bad thing about this conference is that it takes place really close to where I grew up, which means my mom will be in the front row.”

Me: “Wait, so, your mom comes to conferences and listens to you?”

Professor: “Listen? No. She sits in the audience and asks questions! I swear she does research just so she can ask ones that completely stump me. My mom is even worse than most academics, and that’s saying something.”

(Classmate #1 enters the room in time to hear only the last sentence.)

Classmate #1: “Oh, your mom’s a scholar, too?”

Professor: “Yes. Yes, she is.”

Classmate #1: “What’s she a scholar of?”

Professor: “Annoying the s*** out of me!”

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yunno other fandoms can laugh at us all they want but are they ever gonna be a subunit to their bias group? that’s right i think we all know who the winners are here (◡‿◡✿)

This is the first time that Emma is wearing something that’s softer and gentler and sweeter and romantic. To me, that was really important, because I wanted it to be symbolic of something very different than the other times we’ve seen her on a date. We’ve seen her with the guy who was a perpetrator that she was after and that was a ruse, that was her just playing a character in order to catch this guy. So she sorta played the stereotypical ‘date’ look. And then we saw her on a date Walsh when she was in New York and she was still having to make her own way and she was a single mom and she was into black leather there’s something still kinda tough and edgy about that. And now, she really likes this guy and she’s very genuine about it and it needs to be something that she found in Storybrooke, because she wouldn’t have had something like that in her wardrobe, so it needs to look like it could have come from Storybrooke, but it also needs to look like something that she feels comfortable in. It’s definitely the softest, most romantic side of her and the fact that she feels safe enough and inspired to express that part of herself to him, I think was a really important thing to show.
—  Jennifer Morrison being a cutie aka SLAMMING DOWN THE HATERS
By now, it is probably very late at night, and you have stayed up to read this book when you should have gone to sleep. If this is the case, then I commend you for falling into my trap. It is a writer’s greatest pleasure to hear that someone was kept up until the unholy hours of the morning reading one of his books. It goes back to authors being terrible people who delight in the suffering of others. Plus, we get a kickback from the caffeine industry…
—  Brandon Sanderson


For years, I’ve been saying that there was once a holiday Nickelodeon commercial and Rosie O’Donnell was a snowman and Mr. Krabs was rapping and the Crimson Chin was flirting with Debbie from The Wild Thornberries and most importantly…you see the embarrassing photo of Spongebob! Yes, that one! When Patrick says, “The embarrassing photo of Spongebob from that Christmas party” in The Secret Box, it’s from this commercial! I knew that this commercial existed and nobody believed me but here is the proof! This commercial actually existed!

The best way to get kids to read a book is to say: ‘This book is not appropriate for your age, and it has all sorts of horrible things in it like sex and death and some really big and complicated ideas, and you’re better off not touching it until you’re all grown up. I’m going to put it on this shelf and leave the room for a while. Don’t open it.
—  Philip Pullman