@Ashton5SOS: Why the fuck do men have nipples!!!!!!!!!
Lost + Character Stereotypes
This is one of the things I’ve always loved about Lost — it teaches how that assumptions, be it ones of yourself or others, are so often wrong, especially in the case of stereotypes.
Because, in the beginning stages, both the viewers and characters would often make these same assumptions of themselves and others, only for them to be turned on their heads every time. Whether we made them because of what we’d seen so many times in the media, or because of internalised racism, sexism, ableism, etc., Lost proved all of us wrong. Lost changed people.
Shannon was never useless, Sayid never the villain, Charlie never possessing the stereotypes of only caring about his next fix or lacking will (Aaron and Claire), and Sun and Jin never the Asians that are so commonly portrayed within television (or uncommonly, considering East and West Asians are so often overlooked or marginalised — thank you, Elementary and Hawaii Five-0!)
Lost taught me more about human nature, and when you accept or challenge it, than anything I can think of. So, yeah. Thanks, Lost.
I just keep reblogging this, every time I see it.
Who Wants to be a Millionaire? What a stupid question. Of course I want to be a millionaire. I thought this show would have harder questions.
if watermelon exists why doesn’t earthmelon, firemelon and airmelon??
Freddie Mercury talking about Mary Austin
A horcrux is an object in which a person has concealed a part of their soul. one splits one’s soul and hides part of it in an object. By doing so, you’re protected, should you be attacked and your body destroyed. That part of your soul that is hidden lives on. In other words, you cannot die.
Cats Being Cats
this show never fails me