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whoistorule:

RULE NUMBER ONE: YOU GOTTA HAVE FUN | a mix for teen girls who do heists instead of homework by whoistorule and janeg23 | [LISTEN] [KEEP]

PROLOGUE kinda outta luck lana del rey
THE GIRLS confessions of a teenage girl bonnie mckee | hit me with your best shot pat benatar | before he cheats carrie underwood | problem natalia kills
THE TROOPS salute little mix | run the world (girls) beyonce | riot rhythm sleigh bells
THE REASON royals (cover) neon jungle | sun of a gun oh land | we r who we r ke$ha | fire with fire the gossip
THE HEIST how to be a heartbreaker marina & the diamonds | hell on heels pistol annie | little less conversation elvis presley | bulletproof la roux | i love it icona pop | shut up and drive rihanna 
THE AFTERMATH well, well, well duffy | bang bang melanie fiona| if looks could kill camera obscura | addicted to you avicii
EPILOGUE the age of the understatement the last shadow puppets

whoistorule:

RULE NUMBER ONE: YOU GOTTA HAVE FUN | a mix for teen girls who do heists instead of homework by whoistorule and janeg23 | [LISTEN] [KEEP]

PROLOGUE kinda outta luck lana del rey

THE GIRLS confessions of a teenage girl bonnie mckee | hit me with your best shot pat benatar | before he cheats carrie underwood | problem natalia kills

THE TROOPS salute little mix | run the world (girls) beyonce | riot rhythm sleigh bells

THE REASON royals (cover) neon jungle | sun of a gun oh land | we r who we r ke$ha | fire with fire the gossip

THE HEIST how to be a heartbreaker marina & the diamonds | hell on heels pistol annie | little less conversation elvis presley | bulletproof la roux | i love it icona pop | shut up and drive rihanna 

THE AFTERMATH well, well, well duffy | bang bang melanie fiona| if looks could kill camera obscura | addicted to you avicii

EPILOGUE the age of the understatement the last shadow puppets




“There are poets who sing you to sleep
and poets who ready you for war
and I want to be both.” — Ashe Vernon (via exoticwild)




howllor:

gothtriggers:

Scientists have developed a material so dark that you can’t see it.

"I’m only wearing black until they invent something darker."

"what are you wearing?"
"void"




buttwyatt:

every episode




holmesfan:

tin-pan-ali:

area 51 is just the american wizarding school

aliens is a perfect cover story

hOLY SHIT




chead: hey what's up with the "!" in fandoms? i.e. "fat!<thing>" just curious thaxxx <3

aeide-thea:

nentuaby:

hosekisama:

molly-ren:

I have asked this myself in the past and never gotten an answer.

Maybe today will be the day we are both finally enlightened.

It’s a way of referring to particular variations of (usually) a character — dark!Will, junkie!Sherlock, et cetera. I have suspected for a while that it originated from some archive system that didn’t accommodate spaces in its tags, so to make common interpretations/versions of the characters searchable, people started jamming the words together with an infix.

(Lately I’ve seen people use the ! notation when the suffix isn’t the full name, but is actually the second part of a common fandom portmanteau. This bothers me a lot but it happens, so it’s worth being aware of.)

Bang paths (“!” is called a “bang” when not used for emphasis) were the first addressing scheme for email, before modern automatic routing was set up. If you wanted to write a mail to the Steve here in Engineering, you just wrote “Steve” in the to: field and the computer sent it to the local account named Steve. But if it was Steve over in the physics department, you wrote it to phys!Steve; the computer sent it to the “phys” computer, which sent it in turn to the Steve account. To get Steve in the Art department over at NYU, you wrote NYU!art!Steve—your computer sends it to the NYU gateway computer sends it to the “art” computer sends it to the Steve account, etc. (The “!” symbol was chosen because it was on the keyboard, not too visually noisy, and not used for a huge lot already.)

It became pretty standard jargon, as I understand, to disambiguate when writing to other humans. First phys!Steve vs. the Steve right next to you, just as if you were talking to the machine, then getting looser (as jargon does) to reference, say, bearded!Steve vs bald!Steve.

So I’m guessing alternate character version tags probably came from that.

history! :D