Son, you've got a condition
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"He’s like an enormous, muscular Ellen DeGeneres."

I need to watch this show yesterday.

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The Adventures of Starsky and Hutch


So I just finished watching ‘Sweet Revenge’ and yes


they’re totally platonic, guys


nothing romantic about


two grown dudes


getting into bed with each other


and eating steak


while hiding from a nosy nurse


and giggling like schoolgirls


Yeah, nope.

Can’t see it at all.


I’m a slash fan.

I’m a big Starsky/Hutch fan.

And you know what? No.

No, seriously. Fucking no.

All I want to do is enjoy this awesome ship, and then someone like this comes stomping in smugly announcing that platonic friends are not allowed to act like that. Not someone excitedly coming in going “Hey, you know what? Friends who act like that would make a great romantic couple. Lets squee over how romantic this can be.” No. I guess you are so insecure about homosexuality that you need to disparage the very idea that they could be platonic in order to justify the ship. Bullshit. This ship doesn’t need justification. Love is love, no matter what form. I don’t need to insist that they cannot be anything other than romantic in order to ship it.

And so instead of just happily enjoying shipping them, like I want to, I instead feel angry and insulted that people think it’s stupid and wrong and just plain not okay for two men to show open affection for each other unless they’re gay, so not okay that people should point and laugh and sneer at the very idea, and force me to defend the non-shippers instead.

Man, it’s stuff like this that sometimes makes it really goddamn hard for me to enjoy being a slash fan.


Mind if I join you?

They are too beautiful for this decade.



dude do I have to start watching this show?

It’s about bff cops who get worried that each other is going to die???

and theirs hugging and REAL HEAVY CRYING???

I’m so upset. I don’t need a new SHOWW!!

but I need this



Hilda - America’s Forgotten Pin-Up Girl

Meet Hilda, the creation of illustrator Duane Bryers and pin-up art’s best kept secret. Voluptuous in all the right places, a little clumsy but not at all shy about her figure, Hilda was one of the only atypical plus-sized pin-up queens to grace the pages of American calendars from the 1950s up until the early 1980s, and achieved moderate notoriety in the 1960s.

“She’s a creation out of my head. I had various models over the years, but some of my best Hilda paintings I’ve ever done were done without a model,” veteran artist Duane told the online pin-up gallery Toil,

Despite being one of history’s longest running calendar queens alongside the likes of Marilyn Monroe, even the most dedicated vintage enthusiasts probably won’t have come across Hilda before.

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OMG this is love.




One year ago today, right after “May Two Four weekend” as you Canadians call it, I launched this blog. That’s one year of teaching Americans about poutine and bagged milk and Robertson screws. One year of Canadians saying, “I had no idea that was only in Canada!” And the occasional Rob…

I’m getting nostalgic for a country I only lived in for one year. What is wrong with me.

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Of course this kicks off with Ardra. OBVIOUSLY.

I’m disappointed by the few pictures of Lwaxana Troi. You can never have to much fabulous Lwaxana.

You know that’s right.

This is the actual most awesome thing.

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Superhero Kids by Craig Davison *



So, just watched “The Greek Interpreter,” and they changed the awesome ending where Holmes fails to catch the villains and they get away with abducting the girl and leaving the country with her, and then

"Months afterwards a curious newspaper cutting reached us from Buda-Pesth. It told how two Englishmen who had been travelling with a woman had met with a tragic end. They had each been stabbed, it seems, and the Hungarian police were of opinion that they had quarrelled and had inflicted mortal injuries upon each other. Holmes, however, is, I fancy, of a different way of thinking, and he holds to this day that, if one could find the Grecian girl, one might learn how the wrongs of herself and her brother came to be avenged."

Awesome, right?

And they changed it to a weird train chase ending with Holmes and Watson and Mycroft catching the bad guys and the Greek girl being like “I loved that man! I loved him and I hated him! I would totally have married him even though he totally murdered my brother!” and Holmes saying viciously about her, “It is not a crime to have a cold heart and not a drop of compassion!”

It’s always sad when an adaptation of a Victorian text is MORE sexist than the original.

This kind of thing is always so disappointing :\