Hi! I'm Ren, 26, Supernatural fan, certified minion, Castiel addict, Cumberbitch, Hiddlestoner, avid slash multi-shipper.
This be a 90% SPN, 10% Sherlock, Avengers and other random stuff blog.
I write, I draw, I photoshop. Everything's under 'my stuff' if you want to lurk. I do love me some good ol' fashion creepers.

April 6th
2:17 AM
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How the show should have ended.

March 10th
6:17 PM
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juliajm15:

Big Frozen genderbend dump part 2 ^————-^ and quite possible the last for now, I’m tired lol

Part 1 here

I think, after seeing a few comments, that’s valid to add I do this only for fun, and curiosity. I don’t think this version is better than the original

March 9th
9:08 AM
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pulpofiction:

Life hack: if someone makes a racist/sexist joke, say, with total seriousness, “I don’t get it, can you explain it”

Then watch them crash and burn

March 5th
6:51 AM
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high-functioningginger:


There is a trend in media for strong women who are outwardly so. They are witty, snarky, toned, and know how to hold a gun. The role model being pushed is that of the ultimate woman. It’s progress – I wouldn’t trade River Song for a hundred people from Hollywood’s past – but there’s a silent repercussion, a fortification of the idea that women have to be twice as accomplished to be considered half as good, to deserve this screen time at all. They are always extraordinary, always the one in a million. Importantly, there’s no variety – only one mould to fit ourselves into. A great mould, yes, but not if you don’t fit into it.
Molly Hooper is different. Molly Hooper is kind, thoughtful, always smiling, and intelligent in a way that you don’t really notice until you remember she’s a pathologist. She asks after people and cares about the answers, remembers little details because everything someone says is important. She probably still remembers how Sherlock likes his coffee. Her blog is pink, covered in kittens, and uses Comic Sans. She blunders her way through speaking, has serious foot-in-mouth syndrome, and can’t put on a pair of plastic gloves without making faces. She is one of the strongest women I have ever seen.
She puts up with what can only be described as “total bullshit.” You might say that makes her a bit of a doormat, but for people like Molly (like me), who like kindness and hate conflict, it takes serious guts to call someone on their behaviour and say you’re hurting me. It takes guts to carry that kind of unrequited love and still first and foremost be a friend, to ask what do you need? Molly Hooper makes Sherlock Holmes, a man who can barely articulate anything beyond the scientific, try to be kinder. In the end, Molly isn’t the woman who counts [like Irene Adler], but the friend.

The Real Woman: Why Molly Hooper Is The One Who Counts


^THIS YES THIS 1000 TIMES OVER

high-functioningginger:

There is a trend in media for strong women who are outwardly so. They are witty, snarky, toned, and know how to hold a gun. The role model being pushed is that of the ultimate woman. It’s progress – I wouldn’t trade River Song for a hundred people from Hollywood’s past – but there’s a silent repercussion, a fortification of the idea that women have to be twice as accomplished to be considered half as good, to deserve this screen time at all. They are always extraordinary, always the one in a million. Importantly, there’s no variety – only one mould to fit ourselves into. A great mould, yes, but not if you don’t fit into it.

Molly Hooper is different. Molly Hooper is kind, thoughtful, always smiling, and intelligent in a way that you don’t really notice until you remember she’s a pathologist. She asks after people and cares about the answers, remembers little details because everything someone says is important. She probably still remembers how Sherlock likes his coffee. Her blog is pink, covered in kittens, and uses Comic Sans. She blunders her way through speaking, has serious foot-in-mouth syndrome, and can’t put on a pair of plastic gloves without making faces. She is one of the strongest women I have ever seen.

She puts up with what can only be described as “total bullshit.” You might say that makes her a bit of a doormat, but for people like Molly (like me), who like kindness and hate conflict, it takes serious guts to call someone on their behaviour and say you’re hurting me. It takes guts to carry that kind of unrequited love and still first and foremost be a friend, to ask what do you need? Molly Hooper makes Sherlock Holmes, a man who can barely articulate anything beyond the scientific, try to be kinder. In the end, Molly isn’t the woman who counts [like Irene Adler], but the friend.

^THIS YES THIS 1000 TIMES OVER

February 22nd
9:43 PM
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petvampire:

archangelimpala:

thestilinskii:

catstratfords:

is beacon hills literally just a high school, a hospital, and abandoned buildings???

they went bowling that one time

Don’t forget the ice rink

and the inexplicably massive gay club.

February 8th
2:52 PM
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Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs
Are proud to present their movie.
Starring themselves.
Special participation of Snivellus and Lily Evans.

February 5th
5:43 AM
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cumberqueen:

music-with-a-dash-o-superwholock:

farah-wichester:

dianazompire:

The third Holmes brother

Okay i really want this to be real

GIVE IT TO ME

now I want this

February 3rd
7:25 PM
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I thought big bad wolf doesn’t like parties.

January 31st
1:08 AM
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saltforyourwounds:

take all my money

saltforyourwounds:

take all my money