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you know what I really want in next week’s episode
I want Angie and Artie being all protective over Clara because they think that the Doctor’s her boyfrind right
so they’d be all up in the Doctor’s face like “she’s our nanny, you better not hurt her” etc etc
and the Doctor would be all flustered, but then he’d grin at Angie and Artie and say,
“don’t worry, she’s under my protection”
so what if everyone was born a male like there were no ladies born ever, and you stayed a dude until puberty hit and like one day you were walking down the street and had to sneeze really badly and BAM you had boobs and your outie turned innie and like the people around you started clapping and whispers of ‘that lucky bitch’ started floating around and like it was you
you were chosen
you are the female
Could someone please confirm that Delaware actually exists?
First, let me say that I am 100% sane and serious. I have developed theories with many people about it, especially Winnie, and I have fully concluded that it is not there. Or, it may be there, but there are walls that stop people from getting out.
Think about it. Have you ever actually met anyone from Delaware? Hmm?
My main theory is that the people of Delaware know something that we don’t, a government secret, if you will. So they’re locked up, with no internet access or cell phone service, and no way to get out. They can leave for holidays, but no other time can they leave the state.
Please do note - I know my history, and I’m aware that Delaware was the first state. First state to arrive, first state to leave.
It all makes sense, if I do say so myself.
You may be thinking “Oh my god she’s high why am I even reading this?”
- I am not high. Just curious
- Think about it. All of my facts make sense.
- Do you know anyone from Delaware? Have you even been to Delaware?
Have a good day,
mudpiefactory replied to your post: haha I kind of like when I can tell you’re taking…
I bet dirk does the same thing but his are a lot less accurate and swing wildly back and forth from too self-aggrandizing to too self-deprecating
the only thing i can imagine being more painful than making a career out of analyzing dirk strider in this fandom is probably doing it while in the process of actively being dirk strider.
mudpiefactory replied to your post: haha I kind of like when I can tell you’re taking a long time to answer dirk stuff cause I’m like. aw yeah here we go
omg someday I will write a fic that’s just dirk strider’s hilariously inaccurate field notes on himself & his friends
ok that would be some hilarious shit to read. his opinion of himself would plummet even more violently soon after ”aww yiss made a mutha fuckin AI of my own brain”
- #i guess i can forgive dirk for not developing more appropriately despite facing the reflection of his mirrored self all the time
- #he didn't exactly grow up in the most stimulating and character building of environments
- #the most he had was derse where he could at least gather information and spy
- #but even that stopped being a thing consider his ''escape'' soon enough
- #but seriously a lot of it has to do with how he's wired too
So I’ve been thinking about Season 7 when Sam goes through his own battle with his own psyche/Hallucifer. There is that scene where Sam is questioning Lucifer’s existence and whether what is more or less occurring around him is real. Lucifer replies:
“You’re real. I’m very real.”
Was it really necessary to point out Sam’s real? Duh, we know. But I believe this shows that Sam himself doubts his very surroundings, if he’s honestly in them and, perhaps, his existence. A sort of, I think I exist, than I must exist in this reality. But if Sam’s questioning his reality and than seeing the self as an illusion — it just leads to self-doubt. Is he in the Cage? Is he dead? Is he in some sort of coma dreaming about this life after the Cage?
So than you have someone personified as not only a being who promises truth to Sam but also as a baddie in the Winchester book showing up. That being flat out states to Sam that he’s real. While we can point out this hallucination explains that this is all just set pieces and curtain calls — the reality Sam is in — he firstly explains to Sam that he is real.
In comes pain being utilized as a means of tethering Sam to reality, with Dean going about how that is real. This physical sensation and the pain from this open wound is real.
“Believe in that. Believe me. You better make it stone number one and build on it, you understand?”
Even the cut on his hand is temporary, where even that itself fails in pushing Hallucifer away. Certainly after that solution — in which Sam heavily invested in — goes southward, we see more of this erratic, taunting and blunt hallucination. I feel like it became more of a self-fulfilling prophecy. Oh the wound on the hand doesn’t hurt anymore and thus won’t work in grounding me to reality. In conclusion, the hallucinations are going to get worse. Because before it had a certain dark, macabre sort of feel. More blood, more ‘you’re still down in the Cage’ spiel and whatnot. Now it’s just that awful little voice in your head going ‘welp, you’re going to fail in that. Let me tell you about Kim and Kanye’s love life since you now have free time.’
What I, overall, find curious is that Dean clarifies that this pain is real but it’s Lucifer who goes that Sam is real.
- #i don't need a long time in each place
- #maybe two days
- #but i wanna visit people literally all over the world
- #i'd actually pay a fair amount for a plane ticket thing like that too
- #i'm just not paying $10k for the sheer number of flights i'd have to take to hit every city state and country i want to visit people in