Mr Waterproof


I’d like to take a moment to bring to people’s attention what is happening in Scotland right now, more specifically Glasgow. I’m not sure many of you even realise that yesterday we had the chance to vote to be an independent country, and overall, the run up to voting day was fantastic! There was such passion and positivity from both Yes and No camps, but that is now a thing of the past as since the votes have been counted and a NO vote has won 55% to 45% YES. George square has been the hub for many YES gatherings over the past few weeks, and I live in Glasgow and I’ve walked through them, and it’s been a really great atmosphere, but these pictures show what replaces that today. Within 48 hours it has gone from a scene of positivity, to complete anarchy, and the BBC has covered virtually none of it! I ask that you please be aware of the discord going on in Glasgow and Scotland right now, and if you’re in Glasgow please stay at home and be safe, this is not how it should have ended.

The BBC’s report: (sorry Tumblr won’t let me put a link in. It’s all a conspiracy! Anyway, here is The Guardian’s




Black Leopard’s Reaction When He Sees His Favorite Zoo Keeper

what a baby

that’s not even a cat that’s a goddamn puppy.

It is like Gabrilla with you Matilda




Black Leopard’s Reaction When He Sees His Favorite Zoo Keeper

what a baby

that’s not even a cat that’s a goddamn puppy.

It is like Gabrilla with you Matilda


TV Season Summaries - Buffy the Vampire Slayer

that’s it that’s the whole show.

Buffy translated into Buffyspeak


Felicia Day as Princess Anna (It’s perfect! Look at their mouths! And their adorable freckles! <3)

Nathan Fillion as Hans (Because Hans is the best combination of Captain Hammer and Captain Tightpants. Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!)

Fran Kranz as Olaf (Just because.)


Alan Tudyk voiced the Duke of Weseltown.


Hi my name is Julien Marcelin Benoit Enjolras and I have long blonde hair with red streaks and red tips that reaches my mid-back and icy blue eyes like limpid tears and a lot of people tell me I remind them of a young Saint-Just (AN: if u don’t know who he is get da…

There aren’t any Hot Topic stores in France.


you know how the central relationship in all action movies seems to be two tough dudes bro-ing it out? well that’s boring. here are some alternatives:

  • two tough chicks bro-ing it out
  • younger woman and older woman who develop a mother-daughter relationship. also kill people

And here are my suggestions for things that might fit:

  • two tough chicks bro-ing it out: Buffy and Faith when they were friends? Charlie’s Angels? (Actually 3 tough chicks)
  • younger woman and older woman who develop a mother-daughter relationship. also kill people - May and Skye on Marvel’s Angels of Shield could go this way
  • triplets.
  • triplet HACKERS
  • a girl, her father, and her father’s scandalously young gay lover. (all of whom are assassins)
  • younger woman and older woman who totally get it on bow chicka bow wow. also kill people - Xena and Gabrielle
  • sisters, one on a suicidal rescue mission for the other - Frozen, finale of Buffy Season 5
  • two lady-spies who try to honeypot each other - D.E.B.S.
  • a teenage girl with mysterious powers, and her two boyfriends
  • a middle-aged ex secret service couple suddenly called upon to SERVE THEIR COUNTRY
  • platonic male-female friends who kick ass together and love and depend each other. but no hetero - Harry and Hermione. Buffy and Xander.
  • lesbian mercenaries - Kennedy’s operation in the current run of Buffy comics
  • asexual husband-wife duo. they kill their enemies without mercy and cuddle in pools of their blood
  • all-women gang of international thieves. based in hong-kong - Not in Hong Kong, or the main characters, but Jay and Silent Bob Strike back?

Agents of SHIELD | 1.19

Skye is literally a Mary Sue!



I really want a science fiction story where aliens come to invade earth and effortlessly wipe out humanity, only to be fought off by the wildlife.

They were expecting military resistance. They weren’t counting on bears.

Literally I would read thousands of words of this. 

Or by bacteria and viruses. Oh, hang on, H.G Wells already wrote that one.

As my daughter’s school will be marking world book day, here is a playlist of songs connected to books: alphabetical by author.

Sat 18 January 2014, 7.30pm | Barbican, London

WORLD PREMIERE  Doctor Who composer Murray Gold – when my brother fell
into the river… 

David Bedford – Twelve Hours of Sunset
Robert Fripp arr. A. Keeling – Soundscapes

Crouch End Festival Chorus
London Orchestra da Camera
David Temple – conductor

Three inspiring contemporary pieces showcase the talents of Crouch End Festival Chorus at the launch of its 30th anniversary celebrations.

Murray Gold’s piece when my brother fell into the river… is a passionate ode to life, motorbikes, Walt Whitman and India; a dramatic tribute to his brother Jolyon who lost his life in the River Narmada.

David Bedford’s dream-like Twelve Hours of Sunset (the words taken from a song by Roy Harper) depicts the flight from London to Los Angeles, during which the setting sun appears suspended throughout the journey. And King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp uses the technique of looping to create his ethereal Soundscapes, arranged for orchestra and choir by Andrew Keeling.

Booking information

Saturday 18 January 2014, 7.30pm
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