"I have always felt like Emma is an overgrown teenager. Whenever I don’t know what to do with her, I think what would a 14-year-old-boy do?”
Omg you two. Let cornbread be not the delicious line we draw between us all haha
I observe that you refer to cornbread as delicious, you obviously have good taste. ;) But seriously haha I had a good chuckle over this, I had to tease her. XD
Eden by Florian Eymard
I’m chatting with reginamillssituation and she confesses to me that she doesn’t like cornbread, and I swear my brain imploded. I just…HOW CAN YOU NOT?
I just wanted to publicly out her about this. If you also hate cornbread, please take your hating ways out the door, us good cornbread folk don’t need your kind.
There are few things better in life than a slab of moist, warm cornbread lathered in honey butter. *excuse me, I’m having a moment*
Gillian Anderson TV Credits 2013-2014:
Stella Gibson | Bedelia Du Maurier | Meg Fitch
THEY ARE QUEER
THEY ARE LOVERS
IT IS ACTUAL CANON OKAY <3
The difference between a show that had to dodge censors and a show that queerbaits for fans.
God, I fucking love this show.
I was just a 17-year old kid from the Bronx with dreams of becoming a scientist, and somehow the world’s most famous astronomer found time to invite me to Ithaca in upstate NY and spend a Saturday with him.
I remember that snowy day like it was yesterday. He met me at the bus stop. He showed me his laboratory at Cornell University. Carl reached behind his desk, and inscribed this book (Cosmic Connection) for me:
For Neil Tyson,
With all good wisdom to a future astronomer.
- Carl Sagan
At the end of the day, he drove me back to the bus station. The snow was falling harder. He wrote his phone number, his home phone number, on a scrap of paper. And he said, “If the bus can’t get through, call me. Spend the night at my home, with my family.”
I already knew I wanted to become a scientist, but that afternoon I learned from Carl the kind of person I wanted to become. He reached out to me and to countless others. Inspiring so many of us to study, teach, and do science. Science is a co-operative enterprise, spanning the generations. It’s the passing of a torch from teacher to student to teacher. A community of minds reaching back from antiquity and forward to the stars." -
Neil DeGrasse Tyson, in the most inspiring moment of ‘Cosmos’
You gotta love the OUAT casting department