real talk how do i own 700 band shirts and beanies and flannels and then two identical pairs of black skinny jeans someone explain


Taurus the type to never forgive you for accidentally telling one of their little secrets but have no problems spilling your personal business to anyone who’ll listen

Star Wars question: Smart starships?

This is probably a weird question, but I was watching Farscape not too long ago (great series) and it involves (among lots of other cool stuff) a ‘living ship’ with at least some degree of intelligence. 

So I was wondering in Stars Wars…do they have smart starships? I mean, they clearly have droids that develop sentience and end up incredibly smart (R2, T7, Scorpio) even if it’s not the “norm”.

So…has Star Wars even put like a “droid brain” in a ship? And ended up with a smart ship?

fan-this-spark-into-a-flame  asked:

Where's your header come from?? Did he say that in canon???? bc.... i love it

yep! he says it early on in the game when you’re getting wasted at that party. if you talk to him and angus inbetween downing beer then he’ll say it.

{ okay so everyone and their mother has put in their two cents about the new movie’s take on the iconic yellow gown (myself included) but allow me to take a minute to salt about something else: the blue village dress.

I love the design of it. It looks great, it calls the original to mind while still being fresh and new and realistic, the different patterns are a nice touch. There’s just one thing I cannot stand, and that’s how Emma wears the skirt hiked up all the time.

“Belle is an active princess” is the reasoning I’ve seen. “This way she’s not restricted by a skirt”.

I call BS. That skirt is not tight or restrictive—if it was, you wouldn’t even be able to pull up one side and tuck it into your waistband like that. But more importantly, bloomers are not trousers, they are underwear. And no one will ever convince me that Belle would run around town with her underwear on full display. }

Now I got you in my space, I won’t let go of you… [x]

I will never get over this

(x) The subtlety and realness of this scene. That instinctual urge to protect. THAT’S JOHN. WHAT DID YOU DO TO MY JOHN