zeldathemes
Sarcastic Anachronism
Hey there, my name is Katelyn. I'm a 20-something who is a BFA student, Whovian, Marvel, geek-tastic, punk rocker. I love sci-fi, period dramas, The Phantom of the Opera and complete equality for all. Cosplay enthusiast.
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Green Tea is my Drug

fripperiesandfobs:

Evening dress designed by Norman Hartnell for Queen Elizabeth II, worn during the state tour of Canada and the United States, October 1957

From the Royal Collection

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

The language spoken by Leeloo was invented by director Luc Besson and further refined by Milla Jovovich. By the end of filming they were able to have full conversations in this language.
The Fifth Element (1997)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

The language spoken by Leeloo was invented by director Luc Besson and further refined by Milla Jovovich. By the end of filming they were able to have full conversations in this language.

The Fifth Element (1997)

tom-bakery:

what i love the most about classic doctor group shots is that they’re always this group of funny old men and then suddenly BAM PAUL MCGANN

i mean

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one of those things is not like the others

dumbkidgrownup:

tranblogger:

look what a beautiful piece of art i’ve created

someone beat me on a comic to this problem. this is way better and has better insight than I could ever have. Love this, you’re awesome, keep it up.

This is a beautiful. Thank god someone said this shit, because I’m tired of watching this type of person destroy the fight. Kudos, OP.

  #This shit    #is real    #I watch it on this website all the time    #please take a moment the next time you go to hit post    #and if the word cisscum is in your post    #look at your life and your choices    #because hatred only breeds hatred  

hungerfaerie:

Albus Severus Potter starts Herbology at Hogwarts

"Hey Professor Longbottom; My father says I was named after the bravest man he ever knew, did you know-"

"Well, It’s nice to meet you, Neville Potter"

"Actually, it’s-"

"It’s Neville. Your name is Neville"

post rough-shag disheveled and panting Dr Lecter appreciation

  #I don't care what anyone says    #this fucking fight scene    #speaks to my loins    #Hannibal-gasm  
lunaplath:

melusina68:

lightspeedsound:

jensencockles:

agent-355:

nolivingman:

piratesswoop:

thedistortedone:

relativemorals:

YES. I’m tired of all of you pretentious assholes saying that I’m not “really reading” because I use a kindle.

Yes, you are reading.You are just reading a “lesser” form of book. Reading isn’t just reading the words on a page/screen, it’s smelling the book, new or old, it’s wearing the books spine out after rereading it for the X’th time, it’s leaving crease marks on a page you flipped too fast because you were that eager to get to the next page, and most of all, it’s losing yourself in a book to the point where the world around you no longer exists. And I, for one, cannot lose myself in an electronic screen. The words of a real book take on a depth that cannot ever be recreated on anything electronic. So you may be reading a book, but you will never truly experience a book unless you read it in a printed medium.

lol this pretentious bullshit. “The words of a real book take on a depth that cannot ever be recreated on anything electronic.” i mean really. anyway, the words of your reblog have no depth or meaning to me since i’m reading them in electronic form, but u tried it






Who are these people that go around smelling books all the time?

This is such bullshit.  Whenever people go on about how printed books are so much ~better~ than electronic versions it just makes me realize how many people never think about the number of people in the world who don’t have print literacy. 
There are so many blind, dyslexic, or otherwise impaired people who CAN’T use paper books.  Having an electronic copy means you can listen to any text instead of trying to read it.  You don’t have to have the audio-book, just a simple text-to-speech software program.
I guess no one realizes how difficult it can be to find braille copies of literally anything.  Electronic versions are accessible to anyone regardless of ability, that should be encouraged, not shamed for pretentious reasons.


Preach it, PREEEEACH!

lunaplath:

melusina68:

lightspeedsound:

jensencockles:

agent-355:

nolivingman:

piratesswoop:

thedistortedone:

relativemorals:

YES. I’m tired of all of you pretentious assholes saying that I’m not “really reading” because I use a kindle.

Yes, you are reading.You are just reading a “lesser” form of book. Reading isn’t just reading the words on a page/screen, it’s smelling the book, new or old, it’s wearing the books spine out after rereading it for the X’th time, it’s leaving crease marks on a page you flipped too fast because you were that eager to get to the next page, and most of all, it’s losing yourself in a book to the point where the world around you no longer exists. And I, for one, cannot lose myself in an electronic screen. The words of a real book take on a depth that cannot ever be recreated on anything electronic. So you may be reading a book, but you will never truly experience a book unless you read it in a printed medium.

lol this pretentious bullshit. “The words of a real book take on a depth that cannot ever be recreated on anything electronic.” i mean really. anyway, the words of your reblog have no depth or meaning to me since i’m reading them in electronic form, but u tried it

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Who are these people that go around smelling books all the time?

This is such bullshit.  Whenever people go on about how printed books are so much ~better~ than electronic versions it just makes me realize how many people never think about the number of people in the world who don’t have print literacy. 

There are so many blind, dyslexic, or otherwise impaired people who CAN’T use paper books.  Having an electronic copy means you can listen to any text instead of trying to read it.  You don’t have to have the audio-book, just a simple text-to-speech software program.

I guess no one realizes how difficult it can be to find braille copies of literally anything.  Electronic versions are accessible to anyone regardless of ability, that should be encouraged, not shamed for pretentious reasons.

Preach it, PREEEEACH!

  #Seriously    #Preach it Sister    #PA-REACH!  

esuerc:

When I go back to the hotel room at a convention