why should i

A merm pretending to be a blue sea slug.

  • *the lab*
  • Sherlock: *sulking*
  • Molly: *working* It's all in your head, you know.
  • Sherlock: *frowns* No. He's got it in for me.
  • Molly: *chuckles* He's a cat.
  • John: *confused* What's the matter?
  • Molly: *rolls her eyes* Oh, Sherlock's declared war on Toby. He thinks he hates him. I've told you not to antagonise him.
  • Sherlock: *through gritted teeth* And I've told you, when we're in bed, the only pussy I want to see is the one beneath your nightie.
  • John: *mortified* I swear to GOD.
  • Sherlock: Swear all you like; won't stop being true.

kiss kiss kiss in the rain


robert sugden | he didn’t want a son like me

Why this scene rocked

Ezra: But seriously though, after all this group has been through, I don’t think marriage is going to be that hard.

Emily: That’s because you don’t have kids yet. This is our first time out in months.
Ali: Exactly. Which is why you and I should go back to our room. Good night.

Caleb: Subtle.

Everyone wanted Emison to be open in front of the girls because they needed to feel like it was accepted. Well, this show took it up a notch. When around friends, you don’t need PDA to show that you are a couple. It’s as simple as this, and Caleb’s comment is exactly what my friends would say.

Hey, you know what’s super cool?

Not outing people for being gay.

No, but seriously. My mom comes home almost every day with stories about her gay co-workers or her gay clients. This wouldn’t normally be a problem, except that all of these stories include her telling these people that I am a lesbian. That’s how they first bond.

Yes, mom, I’m a lesbian. I love women. But that does not mean I want strangers to know that. We live in an age where gay people are still being targeted/killed for being gay. Why would you tell anyone that I’m gay?! Why would you tell your clients and your co-workers? You know nothing about them. You don’t know if they’re lying to you. You don’t know how eavesdroppers are going to react either.

This was after she told almost everyone in my family. I had no say in who I came out to. My mom told and continues to tell everyone.

So remember this every time someone tells you their sexuality or anything private - if you spread something that someone told you in confidence, you’re an asshole. You breached their privacy for your own personal gain. No matter how good your intentions are, you did it for you, not for them. Don’t spread anything told to you privately. Shut up and keep it to yourself.

A few semesters ago a guy in my dorm building took too many hallucinogenic drugs and decided in his altered state of mind that it would be fun to take off all his clothes and wander around campus stark naked while there was a college tour going on, giving a full frontal to a bunch of naive and innocent high schoolers. At the same time, my best friend was walking back onto campus after day drinking at brunch and comes face to face with this naked dude who tries to have a full on conversation with him. So here’s my best friend, pretty drunk, standing there with a butt-naked dude on drugs. And my friend turned to a nearby security guard and said “UM HELLO?!! IS SOMEONE GONNA CALL THE COPS?!” And the guard said in a tired, underwhelmed voice “yeah they’re on their way” as if the guard constantly has to deal with weird shit like this on campus everyday. And now there’s a picture on Twitter of this naked dude talking to my best friend and it’s captioned with my school’s slogan.

Oh, and to top it all off: this is a Catholic university.

Lemme see dat Cura Personalis.

My bias show mostly in what I decide to draw for this type of episodes, don’t they