April 17, 2014

boomerang-girl:

PSD

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Filed under: in the flesh 
April 17, 2014
floozys:

Honestly i don’t understand why in the flesh doesn’t have a giant following on tumblr.

"Set in the fictional village of Roarton, Lancashire, after The Rising, in which teenager Kieren Walker was re-animated along with thousands of people who died in the year 2009. There quickly followed ‘The Pale Wars’ in which the zombies were hunted and killed by armed bands of militia. After months of rehabilitation and medication, the zombies (now referred to as partially deceased syndrome (PDS) patients by the government, but pejoratively known as "rotters") are judged ready to return to society, their homes and families. They are given cosmetics and contact lenses, so they can ‘pass,’ and to conceal their partially deceased status. They must maintain a strict program of medication to avoid going "rabid" again, which is one injection a day. Many are haunted by returning memories of the atrocities they committed while rabid. In the extremist village of Roarton, PDS sufferers face prejudice from the villagers upon their return.”

i know what you’re thinking, ‘oh god another tv show with straight characters that metaphorically go through what LGBTQA+ people go through, why can’t they just let LGBTQA+ people represent their own oppression..’ except, i don’t want to spoil too much but trust me when i say you will not be disappointed. 
i really cannot recommend it enough especially since they announced that there will be a second series today!
you can watch some trailers:
here, here, here and here 
and you can watch the episodes here:
episode one
episode two
episode three
(trigger warnings for homophobia, guns, gore, death, suicide, blood, murder.. it’s a tv show about zombies you get the picture) 

floozys:

Honestly i don’t understand why in the flesh doesn’t have a giant following on tumblr.

"Set in the fictional village of Roarton, Lancashire, after The Rising, in which teenager Kieren Walker was re-animated along with thousands of people who died in the year 2009. There quickly followed ‘The Pale Wars’ in which the zombies were hunted and killed by armed bands of militia. After months of rehabilitation and medication, the zombies (now referred to as partially deceased syndrome (PDS) patients by the government, but pejoratively known as "rotters") are judged ready to return to society, their homes and families. They are given cosmetics and contact lenses, so they can ‘pass,’ and to conceal their partially deceased status. They must maintain a strict program of medication to avoid going "rabid" again, which is one injection a day. Many are haunted by returning memories of the atrocities they committed while rabid. In the extremist village of Roarton, PDS sufferers face prejudice from the villagers upon their return.

i know what you’re thinking, ‘oh god another tv show with straight characters that metaphorically go through what LGBTQA+ people go through, why can’t they just let LGBTQA+ people represent their own oppression..’ except, i don’t want to spoil too much but trust me when i say you will not be disappointed. 

i really cannot recommend it enough especially since they announced that there will be a second series today!

you can watch some trailers:

here, here, here and here 

and you can watch the episodes here:

episode one

episode two

episode three

(trigger warnings for homophobia, guns, gore, death, suicide, blood, murder.. it’s a tv show about zombies you get the picture) 

April 17, 2014
http://graceebooks.tumblr.com/post/83022301174/msjwilly-theres-a-change-org-petition-going

msjwilly:

There’s a change.org petition going around that is asking for Comedy Central to give me my own spot after The Daily Show! People keep bringing it up to me and it’s like, a strange thing to ignore (for the sole purpose of being politically correct). SO I want to like, take a moment…

April 17, 2014

weak spot

(Source: unrequainted, via thescienceofjohnlock)

April 17, 2014

(Source: lecterwill, via antiswearing)

April 17, 2014

fredschilton:

if you ever feel like a failure, just remember that jack crawford and the fbi arrested a vegan as the main suspect on a cannibal case

(via guacats)

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Filed under: hannibal 
April 17, 2014

captoring:

i was looking up 80’s slang for reasons and

i am so using this

image

and you should too

let’s bring it back

(via simplydalektable)

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Filed under: sherlock 
April 16, 2014

fishcustardandthecumberbeast:

tsundereslasher:

E.T., what about E.T.?

That moment when Jeremy realises he’s in his 40’s.

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April 16, 2014

mid0nz:

steve-blogs:

graceebooks:

mid0nz:

Sherlock’s Military Kink is Canon!

In A Study in Pink when Sherlock introduces John to 221B he has a copy of Eagle: Adventure Survival Truth Magazine in the boxes with his trunk. 

EDIT -> Professorfonz figured out the magazine was Eagle and found an earlier issue of it. (I tracked down Sherlock’s issue.) On behalf of her amazingness, you’re welcome!

SQUEE!

EDIT -> Tween!SherlockThis magazine appears to have run in the 1980’s only so they’re probably from Sherlock’s youth which makes sense given that they’re with what I’m claiming is the boarding school trunk. 

Trunk Photo from Arwel Wyn Jones’s 221b set panorama.

EDIT -> Sherlock’s is the June, 1983 issue of Eagle Adventure Survival Truth Magazine. Headlines include: “Street Fighting Techniques,” “L.A.W. Update,” “82nd Airborn,” etc. I’m looking for a better photo of the issue.

I’M LAUGHING SO HARD I CAN’T BELIEVE THIS

What is wrong with these people? He has a military magazine so it must be a ‘kink?’ Why do they even watch the show? What they want from it is so far away from what it actually is.

Nah it’s a KINK because he has THIS MANY military and weapons magazines:

(X)

Also,

(via jujuproblems)

April 16, 2014

amyyam:

"You shouldn’t have lied to me. I know what kind of man you are."

Edited by Amy Kinley

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