Huge fan of a sociopath and his blogger, a child-like time lord, a man with a hook: which has impaled my heart quite thoroughly, and the intersect.


To sum up the feelings I have on these actors:


Emilie de Ravish-me-right-now-in

Jennifer Motha-fucking-fuck-me-sin

Robert Carry-me-to-bed-right-now-yle

Lana Pardon-me-miss-I-think-my-ovaries-melted-illa

Collin O’don’t-you-dare-waggle-that-eyebrow-I-will-hump-hue



"I think Hook deserves to find love. Whether it’s with Emma… Who knows”

(x) - June 2013 #AskColin

Hook definitely has feelings for Emma. He sort of said it toward the end of the first part of this season. He admits in the cave that

Fuck this fucking show I hate it and I’m never watching it again.

Me talking about my favorite tv show. (via skinnybrynny)

Anonymous asked
Who are your top 5 men on OUAT and why? Just curious!



*claps hands giddily*


So let’s see…

1] Killian Jones (cue collective gasp of surprise): I’m not going to prattle on about my love for my darling pirate prince, as you can just meander through my blog/metas and gather as much for yourself. But I will say that never has a character quite saturated my life quite as thoroughly as this fucker. I find him an infinitely compelling character, portrayed to perfection by an infinitely gifted actor, on a show I love. What more can you ask for? Also, I meaaaaan:


2] Charming: For me, Charming is right behind Hook on my love meter. It’s rare I find myself drawn to the hero type, as they so often can be insufferable and boring. But the show does such a good job of painting its characters with shades of gray, and I think Charming is a prime example of this. Though he is ridiculously honorable and overwhelmingly optimistic at times, he still chock-full of flaws that balance it out and make him completely endearing to me. His loyalty is what really does me in though, and his steadiness. He’s also a bit dorky and awkward at times and jfc swooooooon. Also:


3] Victor Whale: That sass. He makes me laugh. A lot. He’s blunt and sometimes just doesn’t give a fuck. I can empathize heavily with this. He’s also quite flawed, and can be a bit dark, but he also seems to have a great capacity to love and is smart as a whip. And I can’t even get started on Frankenwolf, my darling monster bbs. I also have a deep and abiding love for David Anders. Bc really, who else could give us:


4] Robin Hood: Though he is still rather newish, Outlaw Queen has stampeded into my heart and a lot of that has to do with Robin (which is quite the feat given how much I adore Regina). He’s sassy but sweet, he’s a realist while being very optimistic. He carries a certain gravitas that makes him a natural leader, and he is also extremely loyal and protective. But if we really get down to brass tacks, Robin seems to speak directly to my ovaries, as holy mother of gold talk about a freaking DILF:


5] Jefferson: Holy shit, talk about a meteor streaking across my sky. His stint was brief but memorable, and how I loved him. Again, I tend to be drawn to the anti-hero, and he solidly fit in that category. I thought the story of how he turned mad was brilliant, and made even more so by seeing the two versions of that madness: the Wonderland over-the-top giggling lunatic, and then the quiet, angrily simmering, crazed-by-the-burden-of-knowledge Jefferson of Storybrooke. Not to even mention Sebastian Stan’s unparalleled ability to portray the beautiful but heartbroken, and make them deftly dance that line of sanity and darkness so perfectly that you can’t help but to love and root for them:




i was watching the first avenger and wondering how Bucky knew Steve was getting his ass kicked in the back of some random alley behind a movie theatre

like does he just check alleyways whenever he’s walking down a street to see if Steve’s started another fight he can’t finish

the answer is probably yes

cursor by thetremblingofmyhand