raindropstumble:

lestradeisasilverfox:

Nathan Fillion is not appreciated enough.

Nathan Fillion is the most special of special snowflakes.

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caseyanthonyofficial:

nayx:

is that because he keeps running away from all of the dates?  somebody help me out here

Yes that’s exactly right

Wally better call Captain Cold

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thanosisabutt:

Steve Rogers says a witty one liner, but doesn’t have a plane to jump out of. He begins to sweat nervously as he did not plan for this.

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I’ve discovered that I can’t tell if I actually like a person until I have them on Facebook. How am I supposed to know if you’re the kind of vapid twat that constantly posts selfies and pictures of yourself drinking until then?


I caved and took cultural ideology in film over Arthurian literature. There just wasn’t another half year module that excited me much. Maybe I’ll nose around the Arthurian course if I can.


The problem is I really want to do the Arthurian literature module, but none of the other half modules do much for me. So do I take a module that I’ll like less just so I can do Arthurian literature, or do I just suck it up and take cultural ideology in film, which I know I’ll enjoy all the way through, but miss out on Arthurian lit? 

learning y u so hard


Actually, I think the fairytale module is brand new, because there’s nothing about it anywhere. Not that I can find, at least. Hmm.


Q
*whispers* Arthurian Literature and Transformation of Fairytale sound hella rad you should take those
A

I’d be all over the fairytale one, but for some stupid reason there isn’t a course description at all. Great organising there, university.


I cannot decide what modules to take next year. I’m definitely doing:

  • Understanding and Writing Science Fiction
  • Advanced Filmmaking
  • Screening the ‘American Century’: History, Ideology and US Cinema

But I can’t decide between taking another full-year film module (Cultural Ideology and Film) or two half-year ones (Arthurian Literature, Transformation of Fairytale, Shakespeare and the History Play).

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