and it’s AU.
OH YES PLEASE.
KIRK AND/OR SPOCK IN DRESSES I FULLY APPROVE.
WHICH REMINDS ME, I STILL NEED TO MAKE MY SPOCK ACTION FIGURE A DRESS.
I KEEP GETTING DISTRACTED WITH IDEAS FOR MAKING KIRK ANOTHER DRESS, THOUGH. WHY CAN’T I HAVE MORE SEWING SKILLS SO THAT I CAN MAKE THEM FASTER INSTEAD OF IT TAKING HOURS AND HOURS OF WORK?
“Were kisses all the joys in bed, One woman would another wed.”
William Shakespeare [Sonnets to Sundry Notes of Music IV]
That awkward moment when Shakespeare doesn’t think lesbian sex exists. A shame, really, his plays would have been all the better for some lesbianism.
I’ve written Viola/Olivia before not even gonna lie.
I’m not sure that it’s so much that he doesn’t think it exists (after all, sex =/= marriage). But women certainly do fall in love with other women in his plays (unfortunately, every time that I can think of, it happened when one woman thought that the other was a man and it never was reciprocated).
OMG TOTAL GPOY HE DIDN’T DESERVE GINNY HE SUCKED I HATE WHEN PEOPLE SHIT ON GINNY ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING HER ASS HAD TO SPEND HER WHOLE LIFE WITH WHINY ASS POTTER
IF ANYONE PROVED THEM SELF WORTHY OF THE YOUNGEST WEASLEY IS WAS NEVILLE FUCKING LONGBOTTOM.
honestly i much preferred the idea of harry retreating from everyone and being a lonely hermit.
HARRY AS A HERMIT OH MY GOSH YES I CAN SEE IT SO CLEARLY WHY DID THIS NOT HAPPEN?
I don’t like shipping any members of the Golden Trio with anyone. To me, their friendship is the most defining relationship in their life, and I don’t want anything overshadowing that. I ship Remus and Sirius so hard, and Dumbledore and Grindelwald, but they’re all adults when we meet them and adding a romantic aspect to each of their relationships only enhances the story instead of distracting from it (which is what I feel the Ron/Hermione and Harry/Ginny relationships do, especially in the stupid epilogue, which also reinforces the misogynistic idea that the only future for a woman is to get married and have kids).
IT’S SO HARD TO RESIST COMMENTING ON EVERYTHING. THIS EPISODE REPRESENTS EVERYTHING I LOVE ABOUT STAR TREK. SHAKESPEARE, DUBIOUS MORALITY OF SOME POLITICAL DECISIONS, RILEY, UHURA SINGING, SPOCK BEING CONCERNED FOR HIS SPACE HUSBAND AND THE TWO OF THEM ACTING RIDICULOUSLY LIKE A COUPLE TOGETHER. EVERYTHING.
I’M JUST LIKE:
AND ALL I CAN SEE:
RAINBOWS AND YAY SIXTIES EXPLODING IN SPIRALS ALL OVER MY TELEVISION.
IT’S SO HARD TO RESIST HNNNGGG-ING OVER ALL OF THE SHAKESPEARE REFERENCES, AND LENORE’S INSANITY AND STRANGE COMBINATION OF OPHELIA AND LADY MACBETH.
WHAT IS THIS TV SHOW THAT IT COULD DO THIS TO ME?
But externally I am just like:
Nothing going on here. I’m just watching TV like a normal person.
Nothing at all.
- The title is a Hamlet reference.
- They mentioned that.
- Spock, of course, knows what line and act it’s from.
- At the dinner they used the line “to be or not to be” which is the speech the title is from.
- They also used “parting is such sweet sorrow” from Romeo and Juliet.
- They also used the phrase “brave new world” from The Tempest.
- Brave New World is also a book about the future.
- A rather unpleasant future, I wonder if they’re trying to hint.
- But I think they’re just making the Shakespeare reference.
- I FUCKING LOVE ALL THE SHAKESPEARE (and Dickens) REFERENCES.
- THEY APPEAL TO MY EXTREMELY NERDY SIDE.
A Glee crack!fic.
Written for P.J. for his birthday, though it’s a day late and I’m sorry that I can only give him such a train-wreck of a fanfic that probably isn’t even in character.
THIS CONTAINS COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF
THIS MEANS THAT SOME SCENES ARE A BIT GORY (WHOOPS I ALMOST TYPED “GOOEY” OH WELL, I GUESS THAT IT’S THAT, TOO).
THIS FANFIC IS EXACTLY WHAT IT SAYS ON THE TIN. BLOOD, FIRE AND RAIN. I HAVE NO CLUE HOW ELSE TO TITLE IT.
ALSO, I THINK IT’S SAFE TO SAY THAT THIS ONE’S AN AU.
~Blood, Fire and Rain~
“So. What song are you guys thinking of doing for regionals.” Rachel asked bluntly.
“Well, Blaine wants to do a song from a musical.” Kurt said.
“Sweeney Todd. Blaine wants to sing ‘A Little Priest.”
No one knew exactly how that was an anthem, but then again, this was Blaine, and he’s often hard to read.