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@infidusfiles replied to your post “just like you said in your post about fanfiction, sometimes i wish i could take some of my favorite quotes from sherlock fics (beautiful descriptions, exceptional dialogue, etc) and change the names and show them to random people and ask them if they’d be interested in reading the rest of what that author wrote, and i guarantee 104% of people would want to read it because yes, it’s possible that fanfic is a legitimate creative outlet and doesn’t conform to the stigmas that surround it”

"I’m not moving in" "the sky is blue" is one of my all time favorite moments of banter between characters. I have definitely shared that with my roommates and friends

Awww, I love this!

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@ishuzu replied to your post: anonymous said:I just wanted to l…

inception is one of those movies where the concept (inc. many of the visual aspects) and the fan fic are way better then the movie itself. And having a fanfic/slash slant really improves the viewing experience.

THIS IS SO TRUE. It’s actually a great idea and a visually stunning movie but it doesn’t hit all the highs it could. Which is where the fanfic comes in. ;-) I think what really happens is that the fanfic background really deepens every single character on the canvas. We don’t know a whole lot about any of them except for Cobb, so when you go back and re-watch with an idea of where Arthur and Eames are coming from, it’s just *so* much deeper an experience, I think. 

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@spunkyjcb replied to your post: anonymous said:I just wanted to l…

I have never seen Inception and am thoroughly enjoying Keep the Car Running. Now I want to see it!

Yay! My goal was to make it so it could be enjoyed even if you didn’t know the movie! :-)

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Anonymous asked: just like you said in your post about fanfiction, sometimes i wish i could take some of my favorite quotes from sherlock fics (beautiful descriptions, exceptional dialogue, etc) and change the names and show them to random people and ask them if they'd be interested in reading the rest of what that author wrote, and i guarantee 104% of people would want to read it because yes, it's possible that fanfic is a legitimate creative outlet and doesn't conform to the stigmas that surround it

Agreed. 

Agreed agreed agreed. 

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Anonymous asked: Hi, :) For this wonderful idea of a fanfiction syllabus, how would one recommend some, including my own? Do we just make a post and tag it 'fanfiction syllabus'?

This is an excellent question, and yes, this makes sense, let’s do it that way. If you also tag me, I’ll try to reblog them!

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Well said. Please send this to the editor of OUT magazine. I adore you, thank you.

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Aww, thanks! I’m pleased that you liked it!

Anonymous asked: "Oh! You meant 'Lustful cock monster' in a nice way"

anotherwellkeptsecret:

Everyone go home. This is the best one.

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heart:

people that will always talk in caps with you are the best people because that means instant friendship

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On cockmonsters, lustful and otherwise

esterbrook:

How short our collective memory has become if we can’t remember that the originator of “lustful cockmonster,” way back in the dim mists of September 2012, was now-retired Minnesota Vikings football player Chris Kluwe. He coined the glorious phrase in an open letter to a Maryland state delegate who wanted the owner of another football team, the Baltimore Ravens, to discipline one of his players for speaking out in favor of gay marriage:

I can assure you that gay people getting married will have zero effect on your life. They won’t come into your house and steal your children. They won’t magically turn you into a lustful cockmonster.