Hi, I'm Taylor! 20 year old college student whose fandoms at the moment include Sherlock, Doctor Who, Merlin, Teen Wolf, Glee, Avengers, Night Vale, Supernatural, and anything Roosterteeth.
Who I Follow

ethelreds:

nothing is impossible when the pirates of the caribbean theme plays in the background 

(via klainejolras)

dessnering:

be cool Hannibal, be cool.

(via the-winchester-initiative)

simplycrazyhunter:

Goodbye 636, I may have only been working within your walls for 6 months, but you were a big part of the RT and AH growth. There were offices before you, and there will be offices after you. But you were my first as an employee.

Time for a new office! Bigger rooms! All the AH crew in one place!

BRING IT ON! LET’S MAKE PEOPLE SMILE AND LOVE THE NEW PLACE EVEN MORE THAN THE LAST ONE!

(via bored-bored-boredofitall)

fuckyeahraysroses:

i-did-a-dig-down:

I’m not crying

Why does an empty room have to hurt so much? Its not like they aren’t making any more videos…  cant take this feeling of sadness

(via bored-bored-boredofitall)

licensetocannibalize:

butts-incorporated:

can i be part of the hannibal fandom without watching the show? or is that not allowed?

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(via the-winchester-initiative)

"FIGHT!"

(via packcuddlepuddle)

Despite the dire employment conditions of higher education, young people continue to enrol in graduate school. Detractors roll their eyes: Why would a young person spend years earning a degree of questionable value? Why not “go get a job”? To which the 20-something laughs, having graduated into an economy where peers spend years vainly looking for a job, finding only unpaid internships or low-wage contingency labour, often while living at home. A funded graduate programme, with health insurance, seems a welcome escape.

"But it is not just about your current earnings," the detractor continues, "It is about the wages you lose while in the programme." To which the 30-something, having spent their adult life in an economy of stagnant wages and eroding opportunities, takes the 20-something aside, and explains that this is a maxim they, too, were told, but from which they never benefitted. They tell the 20-something what they already know: It is hard to plan for what is already gone.

We live in the tunnel at the end of the light.

This is a few months old, but this sequence jumped out. Read rest here. (via Paul)

gazzymouse:

The last 24 hours was me just waiting for someone to do.

(via arrafrost)

ceruleancynic:

cisbloodscum:

sosuperawesome:

LUNARIEEN

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holy fuck these are gorgeous???????????

this isn’t wirework, this is what wirework dreams it could be when it goes to sleep coasting on absinthe somebody else paid for

(via musermatt)

chatterboxrose:

Having an iPad or a phone to read fic when at school or away from your computer is such a luxury.

Back in my day I printed put a chapter of an updated fic in the morning so I could read it that day at school.

(via znks)