i’m bored while doing my latin homework i am this close to translating the opening monologue to star trek into classical latin someone stop me quick
caelum. finito terminalis. is cursus est de commissi navistella. sui legatio quintus-annus - munduses ignotus novus exploro. lux nova et cultus novus sequor. cedo audacius quatenus homonis aput iit.
I have a serious problem.
please whisper this in my ear during sex
Select fandoms: Doctor Who, Harry Potter, Supernatural, Psych, White Collar, Sherlock, Despicable Me, The Hobbit/LotR, Marvel
I am also a big fan of snarky one-liners and posts that relate to my non-existent love life. And I'll occasionally get up close and personal if I feel like it. Peace out, yo. <3
Team Free Will + Christmas, requested by snowyzekiel
Remember when this guy…
And got sucked back to Gallifrey during the time war?
Which considering it didn’t get destroyed now, means he could very easily come back?
HOLD ON WHAT
plot twist: the government never existed and what you thought to be the government was a room full of dogs running the country
If you pretend like you’re flicking or hitting him as soon as he hits the screen it is so entertaining
An interesting model of our solar system’s path as it travels through space in the Milky Way.
Certainly a departure from usual models that show the Sun as a static object, which it certainly isn’t
I had no idea this was happening. Where are we going?
To fuck some shit up
people act like it’s some kind of revolutionary subversion of gender roles when men do things like bake or paint, as if those things as crafts and trades have not historically been and are not still dominated by men, as if women pursuing them are not marginalized and reduced to hobbyists, i’m just saying is all
#oh my god #i just realized #that tentoo and donna are very technically related #so in a way #i think the doctor and donna had a kid together #granted that kid is just a clone of ten #but i mean #it’s ironic #because all those times people were mistaking them for being married #and each time they denied #little did they know they would end up co-creating this sassy little genius #that stole his technical daddy’s love interest #wibbly wobbly when you get right down to this whole ordeal
who the heck invented sex like why would you think to put your wing wang in the wizard sleeve
you do realise this is how we continue our species
Some Thoughts from a Liberal Christian
I’m beginning to notice just how liberal my viewpoints are in comparison to those of most of my other Christian friends at school. And to be quite frank, that makes me slightly uncomfortable.
I don’t want to feel judged for my viewpoints. I can understand why they value certain things because of biblical teaching, particularly since I am perfectly familiar with those concepts and do acknowledge them to be true. I don’t, however, understand how they can be okay with some of those mindsets when biblical teaching also says we must extend love and acceptance to everyone.
It’s probably easy to guess that this mainly has to do with gay marriage, which I support 100% despite the fact that I am a Christian. I recognize that the Old Testament (Leviticus, specifically) labels it as unnatural and wrong. However, there are lots of other laws in Leviticus that are discounted in today’s society because that’s all they were…laws for the time in which they were written, that were for the benefit of God’s people back then, but no longer apply today because of how much society has changed. In the New Testament, Paul may also have spoken out against homosexuality, but he also said that women should not wear jewelry or speak in church and that it was better not to get married at all, and clearly we don’t believe in those things nowadays either. So if we are supposed to accept all of God’s word as law, then why does the church seem to pick and choose about the rules it wants to abide by?
Jesus never said anything against homosexuality, even though people oftentimes say that he did (but he didn’t!). Granted, he only had so much time on earth before he had to die on the cross to save us, and his mission was primarily to tell people how they were to come to know him; he wanted them to know that they didn’t have to go through all the ceremony of sacrificing animals in the temple and atoning for their sins through those kind of acts when it was all about simply repenting and asking him into their hearts. Therefore, perhaps he left out some of those things because, in comparison to his overall purpose on earth, they were rather less significant. Still, though, it is important to note who said what in the Bible, so we know which things came directly from the mouth of Christ and which things came from the words of ordinary men as God spoke those teachings into their heads for them to write down.
Perhaps I am just rambling. Perhaps I am just trying to kill time in avoidance of finishing my essay and my studying. However, I would still like to know…why do so many Christians immediately label homosexuality as unnatural and wrong when there are so many other teachings they choose to ignore? I certainly don’t have an answer to that. I just know what I believe. I don’t see how we can teach acceptance in our churches and then turn around and condemn certain people for a lifestyle that they feel is integrally part of who they are, and not a choice like so many conservatives insist upon. The way I see it, we don’t have to approve of their choices to still love them and treat them equally. Because ultimately, they are human beings the same as we are, and they don’t deserve less simply because their sexual preferences are different than the norm. If I’m allowed to get married and spend the rest of my life with someone I love, why can’t they?
So, to sum up my point…I am a Christian. I support gay marriage. And I don’t want to be judged because of it. Frankly, that’s one reason why I chose to go to a public university rather than a private Christian college, because I didn’t want to be judged for my viewpoints being different and more liberal than others in the church. And now I’m starting to feel that way, and that’s quite upsetting. I sincerely hope the church can grow more accepting, because quite frankly I’m not sure how I feel about being part of a religion that doesn’t treat all people the way they should be treated: as creations and children of the living God who all have the same rights to love and salvation, no matter what backgrounds they come from. If they’ve asked God to take the steering wheel of their lives (as the pastors at my church like to say) and confessed their sins, isn’t that enough? That being said, my faith is very important to me, and there’s no turning me away from my relationship with God based on what others believe. But it does make me more hesitant to become involved in a church community and be a part of organized religion when people act that way.
If you’ve managed to make it through the entirety of my rant, good for you! And thanks for reading my opinions! If you have any thoughts on the matter and would like to share them in my ask box, I’d love to hear them. I think I presented myself and my views the way that I wanted it to, but as it is late at night and I’m quite tired, I may have phrased things incorrectly and made things come across differently than I intended. So if you have any questions about things, don’t hesitate to ask and I’ll see if I can clarify in a way that describes them a little better.
*EDIT* Also, after posting this and reading it through, I’ve realized just exactly how extensively long my rant was. If only I could put that much thought and effort into my paper, I’d be finished in no time!
Roses are red
Violets are blue
Roses are red
Violets are blue
In which Jimmy Fallon nails it.
my fashion sense is called i am cold and pissed off
SO THAT’S HOW THAT HAPPENED