"Well, not all of us are in the same weight class so it is hard to say between Hemsworth and Evans. I think they’re pretty evenly matched. I think it would go to the ground. Then I think it’s me, Ruffalo, and Renner in a quote-unquote three-way in which I lay waste to them with sleeper holds but then we cuddle. And then it is Hiddleston versus Johansson if I am not mistaken. That probably just winds up in dinner at a five-star restaurant somewhere."
Robert Downey Jr. on who would win a battle among the Avengers (via marvelassembles)

wolfburied:

I think a big part of why I read way more fanfiction than books is that there’s just a hell of a lot less exposition

the first 10 pages of most books are always “these are the main characters and here’s some background on each of them and this is the setting etc etc” and it’s such a fucking hassle getting to the plot sometimes

fanfic is just like “fuck it you know all of this already let’s go”

unfriendlyblackandhot:

look im not saying that kissing bucky would have restored all his memories im just saying Steve could have at least tried 

jonpertwee:

chicklikemeblog:

kickyouwithmyfists:

fandomsandfeminism:

duchess-von-finger-bang:

fandomsandfeminism:

The difference between Bisexuality and Pansexuality: A Powerpoint Guide (Slightly updated)

spot fucking on

I really like this, and the section on “do find differences between genders and find different things attractive about them” versus “It’s not a factor” actually is something I’ve never seen written out so well before, as a legit distinction between bi and pan.

Fucking thank you.

auhnjolras:

i always knew - a courferre mix [listen]

i. i always knew - the vaccines ♦ ii. stop the world i wanna get off with you - arctic monkeys ♦ iii. let’s pretend we’re bunny rabbits - the magnetic fields ♦ iv. i choose you - sara bareilles ♦ v. 5 years time - noah and the whale ♦ vi. formaldehyde - editors ♦ vii. slow show - the national ♦ viii. tip of my tongue - the civil wars ♦ ix. stuck on you - elvis presley ♦ x. closer than this - st. lucia ♦ xi. les amants de paris - edith piaf

"The strength of [Orange is the New Black] isn’t that it’s universal and isn’t even that it’s women-specific, but that it tells the stories of the types of women who don’t get their stories told in our culture: black women, Hispanic women, fat women, butch women, bi women, old women, immigrant women, uneducated women – and even a trans woman’s story. When the season is done, you will be astonished at the vast range of women you’ve been exposed to and if you reflect on it, will probably be a little depressed that such stories are so rare in our culture."
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