Freaks and Puppies!
Welcome to the world of puppies, cute things, and anything I feel like posting! When my shows come back, expect fandom posts, you freakazoids. :)

Sometimes there will be some mention of politics on this blog... avoid it like the plague! But do stay for the feminist chatter.

I am 4’11” and 104 lbs… is this accurate?

PSA: Guys, it is not okay to talk about this leak.

Whether it’s an April Fool’s Day joke or not (though I didn’t see the video or anything, I’m inclined to think that this isn’t… this seems pretty legitimate to me, but I still remain a bit skeptical), the cast and crew, particularly Benedict, have already specifically requested privacy. Setlock is still eyebrow-raising, but it’s different than something of this magnitude. I’m not sure, but I think I saw somewhere that this leak came from a crew member’s twitter account or something? I don’t know who leaked this, but it doesn’t matter. Since the video was taken down so quickly, it means that Moftiss DIDN’T WANT ANYTHING BEING EXPOSED. 

Too late for that, I guess, but I digress.

I know that everyone’s pumped and sometimes we get carried away in our excitement, but we need to respect the cast and crew above all else. 

POST-BUSTED EDIT: lol I love playing the part of the fandom police :D

[sighs heavily in the direction of the sherlock fandom]

skintoskinbodytobody: How do you deal with the gay scene in regards to going out to a club or bar? I find myself sometimes afraid and hesitant to put myself in those environments knowing that people know my political and religious beliefs.

Hm. Well, to be honest? I don’t drink or party. I’m one boring girl! I guess that’s sort of funny to hear, considering that I live in New York City, but I don’t really go clubbing or do anything like that… I meet women my age through mutual friends, campus, etc.

But, hey- I’ll still try to answer this to the best of my ability!

Um. Well, if you do hit the club to find a cutie, I’d say that you might just avoid the topic of politics and religion altogether? I mean, if you feel an attraction to someone physically and, after getting to know them, you feel that incredible connection with them… then religious and political affiliations should be superfluous. Honestly? My advice (sorry that it sucks, I’m a bad advice-giver): go out and have fun. If you meet someone and you hit it off, then you shouldn’t worry how they’ll judge you for your opinions. Because they’re YOUR opinions, and they don’t define you or make you a better or worse person. They make you, you.

And, honestly? If someone, especially a potential love interest, judges you for having opinions? Then they’re not worth it. 

…wow, I’m bad at this. Any advice for this fellow here, followers? Sorry!

— Anonymous: What do you think of anarchists?

While I fundamentally disagree with them, they are entitled to their opinion. I will not respect anyone any less for being an anarchist; it’s their informed, researched viewpoint. 

This was a bit of an open question so I sort of ran with it. Sorry.


I bet social justice bloggers would consider the America in “Harrison Bergeron” a utopia 


Have any of you seen Skyfall?

Les Miserables book quotes!



Fellow Victor Hugoites! Can anyone please find the novel quote for me where the relationship between Enjolras and Grantaire is compared to Alexander and Hephaestion, Achilles and Patroclus, Nisus and Euryalus, and more homoerotic wonders? Thank you so much! :)

I read the book over the summer… you think I’d remember these things

“There are men who seem born to be the opposite, the reverse, the counterpart. They are Pollux, Patroclus, Nisus, Eudamidas, Ephestion, Pechméja. They live only on condition of leaning on another; their names are sequels, only written preceded by the conjunction “and”; their existence is not their own; it is the other side of a destiny not their own. Grantaire was one of these men. He was the reverse of Enjolras.” –Victor Hugo, Les Misérables (658).

Is this what you were looking for?

Yes, that’s it! Wow, thank you so much!