Okay, but why hasn’t anyone pointed out this parallel yet? Don’t even try to tell me it’s a coincidence that both Stiles and Jennifer have ears, because it’s not. ONE IS AN INCIDENT. TWO IS A COINCIDENCE OR SOMETHING. THREE IS A SHINDIG.
if helga hufflepuff isn’t ur favorite founder then ur wrong because when all the other founders were like ‘i’ll teach the smart ones’ and ‘i’ll teach the aristocratic ones’ and ‘i’ll teach the ones who r willing to fight bears with their teeth’ helga was just like ‘fuck that i’ll teach anybody who wants to learn’ and thats how u do education
okay, you can do this. you’re a person who can exist in real life.
no fucking Frasier on Channel 4 this morning then NO FUCKING FRASIER *run around screeching* *call the cops*
"It’s also very amusing to watch the contortions of literary critics faced with talented writers like the late lamented Iain Banks and Joanne Harris, who are equally adept in literary and speculative fiction and refuse to apologise for or justify what they write. And if the definitive characteristic of literary fiction is sublime prose, then at his peak Terry Pratchett is surely the finest prose stylist writing today. So this is where we get terms like counter-factual and magical realism, to save reviewers from sullying their copy with words like SF and fantasy."
It’s sad when critics can’t accept that genre is by and large superior to lit fic. If I have to read one more novel about tedious middle class whiteboy angst and shagging, good God. BACKWARDS AND IN HIGH HEELS, man, that’s what genre does, all the tricks lit fic can pull but frequently better and as just the vanilla cake before they make with the icing.
If all you’re capable of is lit fic then those are some pretty radical limitations.
Dylan O’Brien, Ian Bohen, J.R. Bourne and Tyler Hoechlin at MTV Movie Awards 2014