Xena/Gabrielle, Rizzles, & Brittana, oh my!

Expect little more than fangirl ramblings and findings.






i think i want to see a cartoon about these guys

Omg.. The way the cat slows down to allow the bun to catch up, probably because it knows how much the bun likes to stop and look at stuff



"Walking is so tedious, how do you do it?"
"Leaping about is undignified and exhausting. It’s beneath me."
"Unless you’re chasing the red dot."

This made my day

(Source: onlycatgifs, via fricken-heck)

Now THAT’S a selfie.

Now THAT’S a selfie.

(Source: iheartnorman, via jujujell)

❝Having courage does not mean that we are unafraid. Having courage and showing courage means we face our fears.❞

Maya Angelou

(via twloha))

❝Dear future child
If it’s 3am and you find yourself in a world of complete despair
Please do not turn to strangers on the internet for solace as I did
Please climb onto my bed
And I will hold you until the demons sleep
If it is Thursday morning and you are too sad to move
I won’t force you
I will buy ice cream and we will watch your favourite tv show and I will remind you of your importance
If you feel as if you have no purpose
I will remind you that you were created entirely with love and every pain you feel, I feel too
When you’re sure you can’t go on anymore
I will tell you that when I was 21 I searched for peace at the bottom of a vodka bottle chased by a bottle of pain killers
But that five years later
When you were placed in my arms in the delivery room
I realised that you were why I had been holding on
Without realising it, you saved me, do you know how amazing that is?
So if you ever feel like grabbing that vodka bottle, put it down, we will get in the car and I will drive until the sky turns magenta
I will show you how the sun rises every morning to encourage you to rise too
Sweetheart I refuse to be unaware of your sufferings
As my mother was to mine.❞

Your mental health is my priority. (via be-fearless-brave-and-kind)

This is so fucking beautiful. I’m crying. Gawh

(via lojo1815)

(via gleerant)


  • show creator: i know what you are
  • bi character: say it. out loud.
  • show creator: ...not interested in labels


Conspiracies are definitely a white boy culture thing because women and poc don’t have to imagine an elaborate scenario in which the government fucks us over.

This is actually very poignant. It also makes sense, then, that serial killers and terrorists are statistically, significantly, white males.

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Look at this precious, winking baby!

Look at this precious, winking baby!

(Source: theresarumblyinmytumbly, via munkeyyy)

replace the word “college” with the word “life” and i’m about one fuck away from being there…

replace the word “college” with the word “life” and i’m about one fuck away from being there…

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I died laughing at this.  This is an awesome pamphlet. 

I died laughing at this.  This is an awesome pamphlet. 

  • queer fandom: *points* that one. that character right there. ours now.
  • straight fandom/creators: but–
  • queer fandom: OURS NOW

Stephanie “Queenie” St. Clair, Was Basically The Real Life Fish Mooney From Gotham



Apparently not alot of people have warmed up to the created for TV show character Fish Mooney, played by the beautiful Jada Pinkett Smith. Some have written that she is out of place, and not in a usual position of mob boss for a person of her gender and race. Others have said that she is over the top, which is hilarious when we are talking about a villain who lives in the same city as Joker, Penguin, Riddler, & Killer Croc & Clayface. Maybe they would have been more comfortable if she was playing a maid, cook, or prostitute, or drug addict. So here is a history lesson for all of the people who are having a hard time taking Fish Mooney seriously. When then character was first introduced, I was instantly reminded of Queenie St. Clair.

"Stephanie St. Clair (1886–1969) was a female gang leader who ran numerous criminal enterprises in Harlem, New York in the early part of the 20th century. Despite resisting the interests of the Mafia for several years after Prohibition ended, she continued to be an independent operator never coming under mafia control.

She complained to local authorities about harassment by the NYPD, and when they paid no heed she ran advertisements in Harlem newspapers, accusing senior police officers of corruption. The police responded by arresting her on a trumped up charge, and in response she testified to the Seabury Commission about the kickbacks she had paid them. The Commission subsequently fired more than a dozen police officers.

After the end of Prohibition, Jewish and Italian-American crime families saw a decrease in profits and decided to move in on the Harlem gambling scene. Bronx-based mob boss Dutch Schultz was the first to move in, beating and killing numbers operators who would not pay him protection.

St. Clair and her chief enforcer Ellsworth “Bumpy” Johnson refused to pay protection to Schultz despite the amount of violence and intimidation by police they faced. Eventually Bumpy Johnson, her former enforcer, negotiated with Lucky Luciano and Lucky took over Schultz’ spots with a percentage going to Bumpy. The Italians then had to go to Bumpy first if they had any problems in Harlem. That’s when the legend of Bumpy Johnson began. The book “Harlem Godfather” by Bumpy’s wife, Mayme Johnson, provides a factual account of this.

Luciano realized that the struggle with the Five Families was hurting their business so Schultz was assassinated in 1935 on the orders of The Commission, St. Clair sent a telegram to his hospital bed as the gangster lay dying. It read, “As ye sow, so shall ye reap.” The incident made headlines across the nation.

By the 1940s, “Bumpy” Johnson had become the reigning king in Harlem while St. Clair became less and less involved in the numbers game. She died quietly and still rich in Harlem in 1969.”

A strong black woman who stood toe to toe with the Mafia & the NYPD? Sounds like Fish Mooney to me. She doesn’t look so out of place now, does she?


 I wasn’t familiar with Ms. St. Clair, but I’ve loved Fish Mooney since she first appeared on screen.  I love her character, her ruthlessness, her badassery, her incredibly devious sex-appeal (which she plays to her advantage).  No, she’s never been out of place in Gotham, it’s people in the “real world” that have the problem.

(Source: marcsblerdblog, via reignoverall)

You know you’re following the perfect people when…

You realize that you hit like on roughly 85% of all posts. It’s getting ridiculous. Maybe I need some lame fillers.


This is so good! You should all watch it and buy it!


This is so good! You should all watch it and buy it!

(Source: hemotv, via themostrandomfandom)


i hit my coworkers shoulder lightly and he was like “you’re going to make me cry like a girl” and i was like “what’s wrong with being a girl?” and he was quiet for a moment then he looked into the distance and whispered “the social standards they’re forced to live by”

(Source: yovahkiin, via jujujell)

A limerick:




Doesn’t look like a limerick to you? Try this:

A dozen, a gross, and a score
Plus three times the square root of four
Divided by seven
Plus five times eleven
Is nine squared and not a bit more.


This makes me unreasonably happy.

(via les-bro)