one time i loved star trek so much i cried. by one time i mean every day
Noted for its cultural progressivism and quality and boldness in style, the Star Trek franchise is widely regarded as one of the biggest pop culture icons of the 20th century.
Often cited for being too “cerebral” for the network and too “philosophical” for modern-day lens flare enthusiasts, the Star Trek franchise is no longer being marketed to fans of Star Trek but instead to casual movie-goers who just want a good fight scene.
Person: JJ, I want you to make some chocolate chip cookies.
JJ: [Returns several hours later with an apple pie mashed into a cookie box]
Person: … this is an apple pie mashed into a cookie box.
JJ: No, it’s chocolate chip cookies. Made for people like me, who hate chocolate!
yeah seriously fuck JJ he’s an asssssssssss
This actually makes me sad.
It makes me sad too.
I mean, honestly, doesn’t he realize how fucking shitty it feels to have someone say how much they dislike something that you love? Like constantly bring it up, how much they don’t get it and how much they dislike it? Particularly when that person is currently entrusted with the thing they’re railing against? You’d think, as a self-proclaimed “nerd,” he’d be more sympathetic to just how fucking AWFUL if feels to have to constantly hear about how the thing you like is somehow unimportant to everyone else, that it’s too smart or too weird or too anything.
It’s not Star Trek’s fault that you couldn’t get it, Abrams. Plenty of the rest of us did.
|—||Jon Stewart to J.J. Abrams (via finnemores)|
“Pon Farr” in Vulcan.
This looks like crop circles. Which suggests that Earth has been visited by Vulcans… and they want to fuck us.
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Fandom: Harry Potter
“Right now, his arse was hot enough to fry an egg, should Snape have wanted an egg fried on such a luscious arse.”