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I always really wanted to shoot the stuff with Neville’s parents in St. Mungo’s hospital. It was something that David Yates was really keen on and we just kept saying, every sort of month or so would go by, ‘I’m really trying to get it back in, we’re trying to find time’, and it just got away from us, unfortunately, in the scheduling. We never got around to it, to shooting it, to which David was very apologetic. It was a shame, I thought it was really quite important to Neville’s back story. It sort of showed what his inspiration was, it sort of showed why he did everything that he did, and why he had Harry’s back and fought the good fight.
Matthew Lewis, on a scene he wished had made it into the films. (via simplypotterheads)



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loremipsumfandom:

madmaudlingoes:

bropakpro:

touch-my-cuboner:

zecretary:

zecretary:

the stereotype that women talk more than men is infinitely amusing to me because men are literally incapable of shutting the fuck up

i hope this post gets popular enough that i hurt a man’s feelings

It’s not a stereotype it’s a proven fact you femanazi piece of shit.

lmao there it is 

You wanna talk proven facts? This shit’s been done, son: researcher Dale Spencer in Australia used audio and video tape to independently evaluate who talked the most in mixed-gender university classroom discussions. Regardless of the gender ratio of the students, whether the instructor was deliberately trying to encourage female participation or not, men always talked more—whether the metric was minutes of talking or number of words spoken. 

Moreover, men literally have no clue how much they talk. When Spencer asked students to evaluate their perception of who talked more in a given discussion, women were pretty accurate; but men perceived the discussion as being “equal” when women talked only 15% of the time, and the discussion as being dominated by women if they talked only 30% of the time.

Spencer’s conclusion, if I may parahprase: you only think we talk too much because you’d rather we were silent.

Don’t fuck with me, asshole, I’m a scientist.

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tiger-in-the-flightdeck:

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jesslaughingalonewith:

dicksp8jrsbowtie:

celestial-awkwardness:

younger-than-the-soul:

can-i-please-kiss-you-if-i:

omg i ship tiny roman and tiny cowboy

UM

EXCUSE YOU

THOSE ARE JEDIDIAH AND OCTAVIUS

AND THEY ARE THE BROTP OF BROTPS

GET YOUR SHIT STRAIGHT

Fun fact: The actor that played Octavius played him as though he had unrequited love for Jedidiah.

Unrequited, my arse. 

I think what you’ve all failed to realize is that the cowboy is saying a line from Brokeback Mountain

bless this post

I’ve given up caring how many times I reblog this.




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dqdbpb:

we’re halfway thru april, u know what tht means?

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#ITS GONNA BE MAY

HOW DOES THIS MAKE ME LAUGH EVERY FUCKING YEAR!?

Fkdkskgoskhlskosofksbshajakak holy shit




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80s/90s Game of Thrones




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That about sums it up.

bestofcardsagainsthumanity:

That about sums it up.




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the book of mormon had me at hello




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Periods aren’t an excuse to get out of anything.
People who have never experienced blood pouring out of their genitals (via wiifitting)



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parallels ↠ ian and mickey




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Fav pics of Queenie.

my monarch, ladies and gents 

i think the queen is my spirit animal

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN




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stardust-rain:

based on: (x) (x) source: (x)

So, Elementary fandom has talked about gaslighting before, and how it is used in abusive relationships. We’ve seen Irene/Moriarty do this to Sherlock in Elementary, and the same pattern appears in the newly-aired Sherlock with Sherlock and John. This article defines how gaslighting takes several distinct forms most of which can been seen paralleled with Elementary and BBC Sherlock. (Also, if anyone with psychiatric background could weigh in on this, that’d be great.)

1-4: Compartmentalizing: Irene fakes her own death, then makes a sudden reappearance a year later, after Sherlock has moved on and formed healthy relationships with other people (Elementary).

Sherlock fakes his own death, makes a sudden reappearance two years later after John has moved on and formed healthy relationships with people (BBC)

5&6 - Denial, Blaming/Deflection, Chronic Invalidation: Sherlock deduces that Irene is working for Moriarty (or at least, not held captive by him as she stated) and thinks she’s lying to him - he gets angry. Irene placates him, saying it’s because he is “seeing things that aren’t there”. (Elementary)

John’s angry at Sherlock for not contacting him for the last two years; Sherlock doesn’t apologize and dismisses John’s anger, explaining that it was because Sherlock didn’t trust him. (BBC)

7&8 - Domination: Irene tries to make Sherlock take back his words - when he doesn’t, she replies with “You lied before! You don’t want to come with me, so you’re inventing an excuse not to!”. Then she walks out of Sherlock’s life and makes him think he’s cause of it because in her eyes, he is the just as bad as Moriarty. (Elementary)

John’s angry that Sherlock acts irresponsibly and the bomb is about to go off. Sherlock defuses the bomb in the tube train, but lets John believe that they’re both going to die. Sherlock fakes vulnerability, apologizes to John and uses the now-or-never-scenario to make John accept his apology. (BBC)

9&10 - Minimization: Irene waltzes back into Sherlock’s life, reveals her true identity, and calls Sherlock’s trauma at her death a game. “You’re a game I’ll win every time.” (Elementary)

Sherlock reveals that the bomb had an off switch, and laughs at John’s trauma and fear when he thinks he’s about to die. “Your face, your face! Totally had you!” (BBC)

The most important thing about this, though, is that Elementary portrays it as an abusive relationship and recognizes that Moriarty/Sherlock is not in any way a healthy relationship. Meanwhile BBC Sherlock does the complete opposite, which is all kinds of fucked up.

I’m going to get hate for this

Gaslighting. That, in a nutshell, is exactly what’s wrong with BBC Sherlock. At the core is what I’ve said in my own review of TEH: The two men running this show are shit-scared of actual, genuine, human emotion - it’s to be laughed off, made the target of homophobic and misogynistic humor, and leads to plot-twists that were ugly things in 1960s sitcoms when men pulled them on women as a joke.

I would just love to sic JOAN Watson on BC’s unspeakable asshole Sherlock - she’d teach John how one handles a healthy platonic relationship, and it’s not by perpetually taking abuse and asking for more.




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non-volerli-vittime:

Hashtag pretending to be sorry when I am in fact not sorry at all

i’m having some real problems




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fandom0ftheopera:

I’ve seen Elementary fans claiming their Sherlock is better than Sherlock’s because ours is an asshole and theirs is ‘sympathetic’ and ‘kind’.

I have nothing against Elementary, but may I just remind you - Sherlock is an asshole, because Sherlock is canonically an asshole. He was described as being cold, dispassionate and arrogant - not kind.

oh dear.

From 'The Adventure of the Three Garridebs', when Watson is shot: “For the first time, I had a glimpse of a great heart as well as a great brain.”

From 'The Adventure of the Six Napoleons', when Lestrade pays Holmes a sincere and heartfelt compliment : “And as he turned away, it seemed he was more nearly moved by the softer human emotions than I had ever seen him.”

From 'The Problem of Thor Bridge', when a rich client explains how he tried to seduce his children’s governess: “this young lady was in a sense under your protection…you have tried to ruin a defenseless girl who was under your roof. Some of you rich men have to be taught that all the world cannot be bribed into condoning your offenses.”

From 'The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger', after hearing the tragic story of a woman whose face was mauled by a lion; “Then Holmes stretched out his long arm and patted her hand with such a show of sympathy as I had seldom known him to exhibit, ‘Poor girl!’ he said, ‘Poor girl! The ways of fate are indeed hard to understand. If there is not some compensation hereafter, then the world is a cruel jest’ “

From ‘The Adventure of the Speckled Band’, when speaking with a client whose father is physically abusive: “Five little livid spots, the marks of four fingers and a thumb, were printed upon the white wrist. ‘You have been cruelly used,’ said Holmes.”

Also, in "The Adventure of Abbey Grange," he helps a young man escape, who intervened to prevent an alcoholic aristocrat from beating his wife.

In "The Adventure of the Second Stain", Holmes goes out of his way to shield Lady Hilda from her husband’s anger, even though the husband was Holmes’ client.

In "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle" he lets a pathetic petty criminal go free because he doesn’t think making him a ‘jailbird’ will help.

There are many other instances of Holmes showing kindness, empathy and even breaking the law to help people gain justice.

Other phrases and words Watson uses to describe Holmes at various times:

"quiet, genial."

"without a harshness, which was foreign to his nature."

"he had a remarkable gentleness and courtesy in his dealings with women."

Holmes may have displayed a certain impatience for social affectation, but he maintains a strong moral compass and asserts this fact several times, in various situations, towards various people.

This idea that Holmes is a “sociopathic” asshole is quite a contemporary reading and, might I add, a lazy one that’s as ignorant of mental illness as it is offensive to those of us who’re tired of white men getting to stomp all over people in the name of ‘genius’ and ‘anti-hero’ status. BBC Sherlock’s reading of Holmes is one that’s built on popular cultural tropes, and succeeds because of it. ‘Elementary’ reads Holmes with a fuller attention to the complexities of his character.

Anytime someone says ‘well Holmes is an asshole’ as a conclusive fact, I know that your canon knowledge is either limited or deliberately misinterpreted.

Do some re-reading.

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