remember when you used to be real secretive about reading smutty fanfiction and making sure you were the only one in the room and now you read that shit at the dinner table like it’s nothing


There’s some ships you ship… that have massive amounts of shippers right along with you. Then there’s the ships… those ships you have that are near and dear to your heart where you’re in a fucking canoe with like… four other people.


these gender rolls taste disgusting


tumblr has educated me on so many things and i can’t go on for a whole 5 minutes in real life without wanting to start a fight with someone

Hope you like it! <3




*upper middle class fucker voice* But you have [one nice thing] so how are you poor 


never forget, that this is a real screen shot.



A hydra is a snake right? So basically Nick fury is trying to get hydra off the helicarrier right? Does that mean he’s trying to get those motherfucking snakes off his motherfucking plane?


Superhuman (AlecxTess, pre-Sandbrook)

rishidiams replied to your post: rishidiams said:See… now I need…

How about “working late” for a prompt?

"Don’t you two ever sleep? I swear it’s not human."

Tess frowned, returning the coffee pot to it’s hot plate. She popped a disposable lid on her cup - her coffee was always black - and snagged three packets of sugar for the other. “Is it late?”

The break room was mostly empty, except for Tess and PC Jacobs. Outside, she could still see DS Davis puttering about his desk, but, she realized, he was packing his things to go home. She frowned, looking at her watch. Half eleven.

Oops. The last time she looked at it, it had been half nine.

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Just as a fun fact, Daisy is a much more common name in the UK than in the US. I work with kids, and I don't think I've ever met a Daisy in the US. Where I work now in the UK has 4 Daisys out of 400ish kids. If we're assuming Hardy's daughter is teenaged, Daisy was the 50th most popular name in the UK in the late 90s. A comparable name in the US at the time is Brooke. Personally, I hear Brooke more as "common name" than "whimsical river name" and Daisy reads the same over here. Context is fun!

Oooh, thanks for telling me that! Context is indeed fun. 

I was thinking about it in literary context, but cultural is important too. I sometimes forget that there’s a big gap. 

chocolatequeennk replied to your post: thebreakfastgenie reblogged your post…

Except that we don’t know what he was like before his life went to hell. He might have had a sentimental side that was ruthlessly crushed.

You’re very right! And I full support any theory that has Alec Hardy as a giant softy by nature. I really, really think he is - and that an unhappy childhood, then an unhappy adult life, made him the way he is. 

The thing that bothers me, I think, is that Broadchurch names are usually deliberate. Alec was named after Alec d’Urbervilles from Tess of the d’Urbervilles byThomas Hardy (which takes place in Wessex, features a seaside resort called Sandborne, and in it, Tess kills Alec d’Urbervilles, who is not a nice man - among other things, he’s a rapist. If this book is taken in context of how Alec Hardy sees himself, it paints a really interesting picture, but I digress.)

The Daisy thing only makes me think of Daisy from Gatsby. Ooooh, or maybe it was Daisy Miller. That might make sense, with the Miller bit on there too, and the differences in the way two cultures (city/small town and American/Italian) see each other. 

Don’t mind me. 


i like the term ‘gender alignments’ because it presents new identities such as: lawful gender, gender evil, and the ever mysterious gender gender.