“I could’ve sworn I heard you say that.”
I don’t like sports, but the Bearcats are my new favorite team.
This guy is perfect.
So proud of my Bearcats right now. *wipes away dramatic tear* Cinci is the best!
Since you can’t see Spock’s hands in this gif, it totally looks like Bones is looking him up and down lustfully and Spock is seriously enjoying it. Nice.
why your shitty, womanizing, playboy characterization of Jim Kirk is wrong
of volume one
I have been waiting all year to post this.
This has been in my queue for months.
I missed it last year and I vowed that would NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN.YES
omg i didnt reblog this last year!
Hawkeye Refused to touch me Because he was drunk. XD
Hawkeye destroyed my house with his super powers because he was drunk.
Iron Man destroyed my house with his super powers because he was horny beyond belief….
yeah I think I’m okay with that
Loki wants to marry me because he loves me *______*
Black Widow got a tattoo of me on (her) face because (she) loves me.
Iron Man destroyed my house with his super powers because he was drunk.
Thor held my han because I am smart.
So I’m Jane???
Loki held my hand because we love each other.
I am way beyond okay with this.
So, I was sitting here, thinking to myself about Spock’s death scene, and the argument over Kirk doing the Vulcan salute (if Kirk was actually giving a Vulcan kiss through the glass or not). And obviously, a lot of non-slashers will say, no it’s just a salute! There’s glass between them anyway! They weren’t gay! Okay. There’s the argument from the slashers of, what if you remove the glass? That makes it a kiss.
But no one ever makes this argument: why would Kirk be giving a Vulcan salute to a dying man? Doesn’t the Vulcan salute essentially mean “live long and prosper” or “peace and long life”. I know it has been used as farewells, but it usually has the meaning of “live long and prosper” not “sorry that you’re dying, sucks to suck”. Why would Kirk be saying that to a dying Spock?
So, by pure logic, it must be a kiss. You can not convince me otherwise.