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Julie. Cis, nonbeliever, fangirl, vegan, crocheter, fantasy geek. There were some who called me Tinly. I'm a sucker for horrible puns.


Currently focused on Welcome to Night Vale and Sleepy Hollow. (If you're primarily interested in the latter, my other blog might be your best bet.)


Occasional TGWTG, ATLA, Harry Potter, Sleeping Warrior, the Thor corner (Thorner?) of Marvel, ladies in comics, Battlestar Galactica, Star Trek, and other content that catches my eye.

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Ah, the mystical pregnancy, boon to lazy sci-fi and fantasy writers who don’t know what to do with their female characters.

Urgh. He brings up Troy, while I was lamenting about Cordelia. Again.

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samandriel:

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poppy-popsicles:

I wanted to download We Will Rock You, but…

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everytime i hear this my lungs hurt from laughing


I just fOUND HTE BEST GIF OMFG

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I HAVE LOOKED FOR THIS LONGER THAN I HAVE BEEN ALIVE

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I don’t know what I was expecting, but this is beautiful

I need a download for this, like, now

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thepainted-whore:

On April 1, 1957 the British television programme Panorama broadcast a three-minute segment about a bumper spaghetti harvest in southern Switzerland. The success of the crop was attributed both to an unusually mild winter and to the virtual disappearance of the spaghetti weevil. The audience heard Richard Dimbleby, the shows highly respected anchor, discussing the details of the spaghetti crop as they watched video footage of a Swiss family pulling pasta off spaghetti trees and placing it into baskets. The segment concluded with the assurance that, For those who love this dish, theres nothing like real, home-grown spaghetti.

The Swiss Spaghetti Harvest hoax generated an enormous response. Hundreds of people phoned the BBC wanting to know how they could grow their own spaghetti tree. To this query the BBC diplomatically replied, Place a sprig of spaghetti in a tin of tomato sauce and hope for the best. 

To this day the Panorama broadcast remains one of the most famous and popular April Fools Day hoaxes of all time. It is also believed to be the first time the medium of television was used to stage an April Fools Day hoax.

thatchickwiththegifs:

It’s April Fool’s Day.

Remember guys…

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nilaffle:

I’m kind of cheating here because I did this years ago, buuuut Julie Dillon is holding a mermaid art challenge and, loving mermaids and also being a Pisces, I can’t ignore the call! The challenge goes till March 10, so I’ll try to do something new before then.

This design’s based on the Caribbean Monk Seal - the only Caribbean seal species that I’m aware of - which sadly has been missing for more than fifty years, and was declared extinct in 2008.

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Weresnail. Nice.

I like cloud of bats for the animal group name. If they spent any time on the ground, they’d probably gain another one, like geese (gaggle, raft, skein to describe them in different environments).

kristoffbjorgman:

the last 3 sequels to Pixar films (Cars 2, Monsters U, Finding Dory) have all followed the strangely specific formula of making the ‘sidekick’ of the first film the main character in the second

so now we have The Incredibles 2 coming out and if their track record is to be continued, I think we all know who is going to be the primary focus of the movie

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australiansanta:

remember when people said smexy instead if sexy i literally cannot think of anything less sexy than the word smexy

#where did smexy even come from?

portmanteau of “smart and sexy”.

I know my mid 2000’s net lingo *flicks ashes from e-cig*

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