“I think in the scene in “Sorbet”, where Alana is essentially functioning as Hannibal’s sous chef and getting ready for his dinner party, we suggest a history of those two characters and a slight manipulation on Hannibal’s part to remove Alana from the Chesapeake Ripper investigation. And that was very much about not wanting to hurt her if she got too close or got too insightful. So he conspired to keep her busy so she couldn’t be Miriam Lass in that investigation, and that was very much about protecting her."
- Bryan Fuller on Hannibal and Alana’s relationship
Seduced by the stars …
Antares & Love by Joe Webb
THE FOOL’S JOURNEY | a southern gothic mix based on the major arcana of the tarot
CUTE ANIMAL FACTS
- chicks can talk to each other from inside their shells
- cows have best friends and can become stressed when separated from them
- otters hold hands when they sleep so they don’t drift apart
- mice giggle if u tickle them
- ants nod at each other as they walk past one another
- some adult squirrels adopt abandoned baby squirrels
- mother orangutans build a new nest every night for their babies
- penguins mate for life and propose with a pebble
- ANIMALS ARE SO CUTE
eve southern (dsata.blogspot.com)
You’ll sure as shit wish you were dead.
get out of there cat. you are not festive. you eat the tree.
Seriously about that Sherlock thing though
Moffat wrote Irene Adler as a lesbian so he could write a line about John and Sherlock becoming a couple, a line he never intends to fulfill anyway.
Then, he made it clear that Irene had just found “the right guy” all while emphatically denying that Sherlock could be John’s right guy because fluid sexual orientation only ever happens to people who ID as queer and women because male heterosexuality has to be protected at all costs, even if the cost is utterly contradicting every idea which led you to believe you could write Adler as a lesbian and get away with having her fall for Sherlock in the process of maintaining your bromance.
Adler’s portrayal has everything to do with the queerbaiting going on in the show. It depicts a double standard (sexuality is “fluid” but it’s totes impossible that could be the case for John), it avoids bisexuality in order to practice queerbaiting and “the right guy” syndrome (because Irene as bisexual would have made her romance plotline with Sherlock legit without being an utter ass about lesbians; alternatively, she could have been interested in Sherlock without being interested, or it could have been a onesided attraction, but obvs none of these possibilities make heterosexual men appealing to anyone—even lesbians!—so we had to throw those out) —it fucking does one bad thing to lgbt representation in order to do ANOTHER bad thing to lgbt rep, how do you even accomplish that much bigotry in 90 minutes….I really love this show but I really really hate that episode with a passion. Especially since Irene is an appealing character and he does this to her.
Ah, you’ve caught me. I am an international consortium of playboys, who have banded together to fight crime anonymously. “Neil Gaiman” is merely an identity we use when necessary to gain entry to underground lairs and casinos.
Date a girl who beatboxes. Date a girl who can fly. Date a girl who can tie knots super well. Date a girl who holds the world record for most watermelon smashed open with her head. Date a girl who can time travel. Date a girl who is really good at shuffling cards. Date a girl who can open bottles with her teeth. Date a girl who can moonwalk. Date a girl who can backflip. Date a walrus. Eat dates. Read a book about dating a girl who reads and then eat the book and then die from ink poisoning. Date a girl who is a necromancer. Be brought back to life. Stop dating. Concentrate on your career. Get a dog. Walk the dog. Date a dog who reads.
Gendry has Robert’s strength, Stannis’ stubbornness, Renly’s easy laugh. And though he doesn’t carry the name. He is a true Baratheon by blood