If I were a historical figure, I'd most likely be Percy Shelley, in that allowing me to do things and interact with people was probably a bad idea.
Potential followers should be aware: I once rewrote Hamlet with strippers. You have been warned.
Call me Cat.
can we get a movie made about your grandparents
today i ALSO found out that in addition to being kicked out of catholic school for reading richard wright and subsequently becoming a morbid rural california librarian slash witch, my grandmother was also probably pregnant when she married my grandfather
and that there’s a fairly high possibility that this pregnancy occurred when she was still married to her first husband (who was a dick)
also, that the piece of wisdom which my brother passed down to me recently, “never drink anything you can’t taste the alcohol in,” actually originates from her
(her cure for a sore throat was “tea with a squeeze of lemon and a lot of gin.” it is a miracle that she birthed 5 children.)
also, did i tell you guys that gene roddenberry said he admired my grandpa’s talents as a novelist
i am totally in concurrence, is what i am trying to say here
cats are squishy cartoon friends that live in your house with you and do rad stunts. if they like you they vibrate at you very loudly. this is somehow a real animal
so today i found out that when my half-blind ginger train-stealing grandfather ran an advertising agency, he sublet space to ray bradbury
in other news my family
so, um, is anyone interested in betaing 15k of steve/bucky hipster au
h/t to amomenttothink for retweeting this.
Please spread this around
okay but real talk how did it take ron, harry, and hermione seven years to realize they hadn’t grown up with the same fairy tales