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No One Of Consequence

I'm Zach. I don't expect this blog to be much different from any other, but I like to think it is. So yeah. Talk to me if you want to know anything.
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Things I am known to post about:
Supernatural
Stargate
Pokemon
Doctor Who
Magic: The Gathering
Sherlock
Harry Potter
LOTR
Cats
Avengers
Whatever else I find attractive at the moment

 

calistablack:

Imagine if Sirius could have raised Harry and when he sent a howler to him in his second year for driving the car to school.

"I’M NOT EVEN MAD, I’M ACTUALLY IMPRESSED. MERLIN’S BEARD I’M PROUD."

And Remus in the background “SIRIUS NO.”


its-anselelgort:

"The other day I was in the subway, and this is the first it has happened to me, I was in the subway in the platform heading back to Brooklyn from Manhattan and I look over to my left and there’s a guy and he has his iPhone out with two earbuds and he’s watching ‘Carrie’ which is my first movie. So I look at him, I notice it’s ‘Carrie’, I see Chloë and then I realize it’s a scene where I’m in the scene like I’m taking her to prom and it switches to my face on the screen and Im like ‘this is my chance’, like I get to go there and be like ‘hey men!’ and he’d be like ‘oh, a super star!’. I was so excited and…."

arrest-the-scarf:

jaredpotterloki:

when i say i like harry potter i don’t mean yeah hp is pretty cool i mean i have literally grown up with it surrounding my life i have been reading and rereading the books for as long as i can remember and i can quote the movies word for word and my hogwarts house is a massive part of my identity and it actually physically pains me that i never got my hogwarts letter and i just

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#I don’t blog that much hp because it would be like blogging about having feet

(Source: imserioussirius)


littlemisshamish:

littlemisshamish:

comic #143: ravioli ravioli john will kick your arseioli

however,

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not-a-comic #666 because this was made by satan


deletedpenguin:

pleasedonttaketheskyfromme:

blackestglass:

mapsontheweb:

Different ways Hollywood has destroyed America

As a New Yorker, I feel personally victimized by Hollywood.

sharknado

Different ways Hollywood has destroyed Hollywood

deletedpenguin:

pleasedonttaketheskyfromme:

blackestglass:

mapsontheweb:

Different ways Hollywood has destroyed America

As a New Yorker, I feel personally victimized by Hollywood.

sharknado

Different ways Hollywood has destroyed Hollywood

(Source: theconcourse.deadspin.com)



attack-on-stupid:

listener-blue:

dumblr-feminist:

This post makes me angry in ways I cannot describe.
This is so incredibly wrong I can’t even begin to explain it. Plenty of women, PLENTY OF THEM, do not like when men cry. I can’t tell you the number of women I have talked to who think it makes a man weak. Hell the other day there was a guy here whining about his back hurting. I mean WHINING. I was looking at him thinking “what the hell is wrong with this guy?” And yes it’s probably not the right thing to think.
I didn’t say anything to him, basically ignored it, but my immediate thought was “What a fucking wimp”. Women do this just as much as men do. Mothers tell their boys to stop crying, girlfriends chide their boyfriends for shedding tears. I have probably heard more women to tell men to “man up” than men. This idea that other men are doing this…no. Men would love to cry, be emotional, they are fucking taught not to act that way by other men AND WOMEN. This is a problem society caused not JUST MEN.

Not only this, but the idea that men ‘created these standards’ and therefore men today are not allowed to question them is so unfathomably stupid I can’t even think about it.
I mean, lets just say that men did ‘create’ these standards. Men created gender roles and enforced them on the world at some point in history. Now we must be talking centuries ago here, realistically, because we can see the gender roles we know today (or versions of them) going back hundreds of years.
So hundreds of years ago men created gender roles. (I mean I think this is bullshit but lets roll with it.) Therefore men living today cannot be held accountable for them because they were formed many many generations ago. Gender roles are not their fault of men living today.
Men born today have these gender roles forced on them just as much as women do.
So maybe instead of getting angry at guys for talking about the expectations they have on them as men, and maybe instead of getting angry and blaming mens problems on men who cannot reasonably be blamed for them, realise you should be fighting WITH men against unfair gender expectations and inequality.

nothing gets me more frustrated than when people claims that all a group’s issues are self-induced.

attack-on-stupid:

listener-blue:

dumblr-feminist:

This post makes me angry in ways I cannot describe.

This is so incredibly wrong I can’t even begin to explain it. Plenty of women, PLENTY OF THEM, do not like when men cry. I can’t tell you the number of women I have talked to who think it makes a man weak. Hell the other day there was a guy here whining about his back hurting. I mean WHINING. I was looking at him thinking “what the hell is wrong with this guy?” And yes it’s probably not the right thing to think.

I didn’t say anything to him, basically ignored it, but my immediate thought was “What a fucking wimp”. Women do this just as much as men do. Mothers tell their boys to stop crying, girlfriends chide their boyfriends for shedding tears. I have probably heard more women to tell men to “man up” than men. This idea that other men are doing this…no. Men would love to cry, be emotional, they are fucking taught not to act that way by other men AND WOMEN. This is a problem society caused not JUST MEN.

Not only this, but the idea that men ‘created these standards’ and therefore men today are not allowed to question them is so unfathomably stupid I can’t even think about it.

I mean, lets just say that men did ‘create’ these standards. Men created gender roles and enforced them on the world at some point in history. Now we must be talking centuries ago here, realistically, because we can see the gender roles we know today (or versions of them) going back hundreds of years.

So hundreds of years ago men created gender roles. (I mean I think this is bullshit but lets roll with it.) Therefore men living today cannot be held accountable for them because they were formed many many generations ago. Gender roles are not their fault of men living today.

Men born today have these gender roles forced on them just as much as women do.

So maybe instead of getting angry at guys for talking about the expectations they have on them as men, and maybe instead of getting angry and blaming mens problems on men who cannot reasonably be blamed for them, realise you should be fighting WITH men against unfair gender expectations and inequality.

nothing gets me more frustrated than when people claims that all a group’s issues are self-induced.