inspired by JK Rowling, other authors speak out about pairing regrets in their work
I love this more than words could say.
The truth is, I was bored.
My mother blissing ahead of me, rosebuds rising in her footsteps,
And I skulking behind, thinking,
Oh look. She walks in beauty.
Her power could boil rivers, if she chose.
She doesn’t choose. She scatters
I’m back on the fury Sunday 9/30/12 with my brand new S.O.A. design titled “Teller Customs”!! So I decided that 4 lucky fans will win 1 shirt of their choice from my store at - http://www.redbubble.com/people/coddesigns So stop over and like my fan page to keep up with me, my work and all my latest prizes!
the thought of becoming an adult one day is the scariest thing ever why cant i live the rest of my life blogging about fictional characters and laughing at stupid shit
I am going to let you in on the worst-kept secret in fandom: we’re actually mostly…
for those of you who haven’t read The Authority, it’s kind of a minor Running Thing that after Midnighter gets all gross and covered in gunk and blood and stuff, that Apollo has to be the one to scrub him off because even though Midnighter probably wouldn’t care and wouldn’t bother until absolutely necessary, no one wants to make out with someone covered in dried blood and dirt and bad guy bits, midnighter, that’s not hot, no one’s into that
…well not no one but he’s not, so
(and see anyone else who’d look at Midnighter right now would think that’s his Resisting Urge To Kill face
and Apollo would be like “lol man I’ve seen his urge to kill face, and that ain’t it. that’s the face he makes when he’s trying really, really hard to keep being broody and not start to laugh”)
Vae. VAE. And Fan’. Fan’ needs to see this, too.
It is so true. All of it.
I just. Yeah.
A few hours ago, I landed in Los Angeles, turned on my phone, and confirmed what you already know. Sony Pictures Television is replacing me as showrunner on Community, with two seasoned fellows that I’m sure are quite nice - actually, I have it on good authority they’re quite nice, because…