roving-matilda replied to your post “mojokimbo replied to your post:mojokimbo replied to your post “I have…”
Please do this the next time we hang out with the friends….PLEASE
The only problem is the only people who would get it are you and me because the others DON’T WATCH THE DAMN SHOW.
I will never hear All Along the Watchtower the same again. Ever in my life. I’ll either start sobbing, stare off into space and remember how awesome BSG is or hug the wall and shout IT’S IN THE FRAKKING SHIP
I think I’m going to start doing that last one, no matter where I am. It’s the only way to cope.
mojokimbo replied to your post “I have a playlist of the BSG soundtracks in season order and it starts…”
There must be some kind of way out of here…
I have a playlist of the BSG soundtracks in season order and it starts out fun and exciting and sometimes it’s sad but I still have a smile on my face most of the time, and there are a couple of tracks in season 3 that make me tear up, but the minute season 4 hits I cry at literally every song. It’s rough.
(And then that season ends and the Caprica soundtrack starts, and suddenly there’s national anthems and people rapping in ancient Greek and it’s some pretty extreme mood whiplash.)
REBLOG IF YOU THINK JENSEN ACKLES IS HOT
because I want to prove a friend she’s wrong with thinking he’s ugly.
the dudes ass is a maths equation and his face IS the golden ratio
How can anyone say that man is anything less than divine???
You know a guy’s hot when he’s got his own math equation
(Sherlock fandom, I’m looking at you with your Cumberweave equation)
“The most intriguing duel fought between women, and the sole one that featured exposed breasts, took place in August 1892 in Verduz, the capitol of Liechtenstein, between Princess Pauline Metternich and the Countess Kielmannsegg. It has gone down in history as the first “emancipated duel” because all parties involved, including the principals and their seconds were female… Before the proceedings began, the baroness pointed out that many insignificant injuries in duels often became septic due to strips of clothing being driven into the wound by the point of a sword. To counter this danger she prudently suggested that both parties should fight stripped of any garments above the waist. Certainly, Baroness Lubinska was ahead of her time, taking an even more radical take on the (at the time) widely dismissed theories of British surgeon Joseph Lister, who in 1870 revolutionized surgical procedures with the introduction of antiseptic.
With the precautions Baroness Lubinska recommended, the topless women duelists were less likely to suffer from an infection; indeed, it was a smart idea to fight semiclad. Given the practicality of the baroness’ suggestion and the “emancipated” nature of the duel, it was agreed that the women would disrobe—after all, there would be no men present to ogle them. For the women, the decision to unbutton the tops of their dresses was not sexual; it was simply a way of preventing a duel of first blood from becoming a duel to the death.
It is humorous that most recounts of this historic event fail to mention two important things: the winner of the duel (Princess Metternich) and the reason why the women came to arms in the first place—they disagreed over the floral arrangements for an upcoming musical exhibition.”
The first rule of topless victorian ladies swordfighting club is that topless victorian ladies swordfighting club is not to be mentioned in mixed company.
The second rule is naught but an emphatic repeating of the first.
I’M TELLING YOU PINK IS HIDEOUS!
/WHIPS OUT SWORD.
TAKE OFF YOUR SHIRT. WE’RE SETTLING THIS WITH A DUEL.
Seriously some of the comments on this thread are epic.