A very irrational blog by Kimmi; female, 28, England.
In which I reblog randomly and flail about fandoms including: Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey, Sherlock, Elementary, Walking Dead, Marvel & MCU, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Doctor Who, Once Upon a Time, Criminal Minds, Person of Interest, Numb3rs, Castle, Buffy, Star Trek, Metal Gear, Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, Fringe, Grimm, X-Files, HP and others.
Fanfic, slash and overractions abound.
but have you considered:
- strong females who don’t denounce femininity or being girly
- strong females who are “like every other girl” bc why the hell not girls are rad
- strong females who tear down the culture of girls hating on other girls
- strong females who are proud to be feminists
- strong females who support and acknowledge trans women
- strong females who understand that being strong isn’t synonymous with manly or with “acting like a man”
EXCUSE ME WHILE I DIE THIS IS TOO PERFECT are-are-kay YOU NEED TO NEVER STOP WRITING UGHHGH I CANT EVEN WRITE A COHERENT REVIEW NOPE IM TOO EMOTIONAL
flippyspoon's birthday fic which is EXTREMELY BELATED. thommy. TOO FREAKING MANY WORDS.
"Jimmy has a very strange ability. Thomas discovers it. Together, they try to work it out. I could have literally copied and pasted the lyrics of ‘Burning Down The House’ in here and it would have been a…
Thomas and Jimmy sleeping on the train back home from the beach. Proportions are a bit off but I was too lazy to fix it. Thanks to Flippy and anon for the idea :)
Omfgggg this is awesome!!! You are so talented ♥♥♥
this is soooooo cute! my word! your style is just lovely! <3
A few more of Ed on the set of Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass in Gloucester on Monday.
Thomas would be totally torn, because on the one hand he’d feel like he should be, ‘What are you little scamps up too? What are you doing up out of bed and down here at this hour? Off with you this instant, back to the nursery!’ And he’d be trying to maintain his serious under-butler face.
But then, it’s her daughter and she looks so much like her. And really, it is so very adorable (not that he’d ever admit to thinking that!). And what does he care about them stealing from the kitchens anyway?
So instead, he says, ‘What’s this then? Do we have some mice in the kitchens?’
Sybbie and George giggle and she replies, ‘No Thomas! It’s us! It’s Sybbie and Georgie!’
‘Oh Miss Sybbie! Master George! I almost didn’t recognise you there. Well then, little scamps, can’t have you eating sugar like mice now, can we? You’re hungry I take it?’ To which, both Sybbie and George both nod their heads vigorously.
‘Right. Shall I share a secret then?’ he responds, as Sybbie and George nod enraptured. ‘I think there might just be some left over brownies, that Mrs Patmore put away in the biscuit tin. If you’re very good, I might just be about to find them.’
‘Oh please Thomas,’ Sybbie pleads, ‘We’ve been good, haven’t we Georgie?’
‘Good,’ George echoes.
Thomas pauses, seemingly considering the children’s alleged goodness, before answering, ‘Well, if you’re sure then? Come on, up at the table here, I’ll get some milk too.’
As Sybbie pulls herself up on the chair, Thomas lifts George onto the stool, before walking over and taking the biscuit tin down from the back of a high shelf. He adds glasses of milk to complete the late night feast and sits down next to George to ensure that he doesn’t topple off the chair in excitement (the last thing Thomas needs is to be blamed for injuring the young heir in his attempt to do a good turn!).
At Sybbie’s request he tells them stories while they munch through their brownies and drink their milk, before deciding, at the sign of George’s drooping eyes, that it is well past time the children were off to bed. He momentarily contemplates whether or not they could make it safely back to their room on their own, before George’s mumbled, ‘Carry,’ with arms outstretched resolves any dilemma and Thomas finds himself with George’s arms around his neck, face buried into his shoulder and Sybbie gripping his spare hand, as they make the trek back upstairs to the nursery.