I may be having to wait longer than almost everyone else to see The Last Jedi, and I may be on the very verge of losing my mind because of that, but that’s okay – I’m giving all my followers a little breathing space before I come back and this blog inevitably becomes a 24/7 shrine to the adoration, analysis, and body worship of one Mr. Kylo Ren.

i know eurovision is amazing and some of the performances are totally incredible, but whenever someone mentions eurovision around me all i can ever think about is that one time Ireland sent out a mechanical turkey that just screamed “give Ireland 12 points” for the entirety of the song


can we just take a moment and think about what would’ve happened if Bryan Fuller wrote Sherlock.










(look how fricking excited he is omg)





just let this man write season 5, he’ll fix everything


ok so question.

Did anyone else remember this quick shot where the cam reverses and shoots Bev from Pennywise’s “front door?” Obviously it’s safe to assume that this is where he lives. But it’s not like… a cave, or a pipe, or some sort of “lair.” It has a door knob. And light inside.

Like, he presumably goes in, closes the door, and does other things between hanging out in sewers and absolutely scaring the shit out of children.

What the heck does he do? I mean… is he a read-in-front-of-the-fireplace kind of guy, or like, a finish-the-NY Times CrossWord-over-tea kind of guy?

I’m just trying to ask the real questions here.

Can yall immagine the rise in scuicides if net neutrality dies? Just think about it. Im not even being over dramatic.

Like how many times have you heard someone say to their favourite youtuber “watching you saved my life”

Or how many struggling artists have made a living online.

Or how many anxiety sufferers have found online jobs to support them.

Or how many people have moved away from all thier friends and only get to connect through online gaming.

Or even how many people have used IM scuicide lines because they cant bring themselves to pick up a phone and call?

I really wonder if the FCC have thought about this. (Clearly not tbf)