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The Capricious One

Miscellaneous blog. Here you'll find Sherlock BBC, Avengers, Thor, Doctor Who, Supernatural, Welcome to Nightvale, and Disney fandom appreciation, along with a healthy serving of social justice, humor, mindblowing ideas, some of my artwork and just a touch of NSFW stuff.
Apr 23 '14

stevieraedrawn:

Can we talk about how Cap and Bucky have opposite masks?

Cap has mouth and eyes exposed, forehead covered. Bucky has mouth covered and eyes painted black, his forehead exposed.

What a lovely symmetry.

Apr 23 '14
high-functioningginger:

raindancefroggy:

bakasara:

-
I’ll never recover from this

JUICIFER I CAN’T FUCKING BREATHE

So - Soupernatural?

high-functioningginger:

raindancefroggy:

bakasara:

-

I’ll never recover from this

JUICIFER I CAN’T FUCKING BREATHE

So - Soupernatural?

(Source: theconsultingbiscuit)

Apr 23 '14

trelkez:

onionhighonionandrenown:

how-i-met-my-otp:

mysweetcupoftea:

HIMYM AU: Barney finds out that Robin works for S.H.I.E.L.D as Agent Hill (Part 1)

They’re mixing two different universes together and yet it still makes waaay more sense than the finale.

….you know what, it really does.

HIMYM finale headcanon accepted. And then they pretend to get divorced and Robin/Maria distances herself from her friends and a couple years later someone captures footage of Maria Hill during a big superhero battle and she has to come clean to everybody and THEY ALL RESUME BEING FRIENDS AND NONE OF THE REST OF THE FINALE HAPPENS and also, later, the group accidentally meets the Avengers, and Barney spends the entire time convinced Tony is hitting on Robin (which Tony plays into to screw with him) and Lily, Tracy and Natasha disappear somewhere to bond and Steve is both charmed and weirded out by Marshall and Ted is left to try and socialize with Clint, who just sits there quietly letting Ted dig himself a deeper and deeper hole as his questions and overtures get more and more awkward. 

And Robin/Maria is all, “I KNEW THIS WOULD HAPPEN. I KNEW IT. KNOCK THAT OFF RIGHT NOW. YES, YOU.”

So Tony lets Barney off the hook and Barney immediately starts awkwardly fanboying all over him, and Clint lets Ted off the hook and cracks up and Ted is all “wait what you have a facial expression?!

And Robin/Maria goes to find Natasha and drink until the whole thing is over. Never again. This is never happening ever again. (It happens again.)

Apr 23 '14
missangorian:

steely-compassion:

stormcloudsandskittles:

anxhious:

gerardgayofficial:

move-on-go-beyond:

a-sad-guy:

greeneggsangraham:

saltunderthesea:

This broke my fucking heart

This is why you don’t lie about having mental disorders. It is not a joke.

I’m crying

This broke my heart

this is real ocd, not the people in school getting annoyed when their desk is messy.

Wow.

Those last few lines hit me really hard because that could easily be me. In fact, it has been, to a lesser extent. If I hit my left shoulder on something, I have to replicate it on the opposite shoulder. But sometimes, the hit on the right shoulder will be stronger, so I have to do the left shoulder again. It goes back and forth, until both shoulders are equally bruised. It happens with cuts and burns and even just people touching me. Animal bites are the worst because I can’t replicate them, and the pain of not being even hurts worse than the actual bite. Self harming can get really out of hand too- Everything must be parallel and symmetrical, and the same severity. A lot of people say that OCD isn’t difficult- it’s just some handwashing and keeping tidy. For some people, that might be it, I can’t speak for them. But for some sufferers, it is hell. Some days it’s bearable- but some days, I have to wrap up in a blanket in an effort to keep all sensation symmetrical, because the OCD is so bad that I know the smallest thing could lead to an incredibly dangerous spiral.

rthis is so heartbreaking 

the poem itself seems really cliche to me (an actual OCD sufferer), like its playing on my illness to be more dramatic… idk, i find poems about mental illness a little squicky, maybe because it hits so close to home.But the commentary is spot on. And people need to read it. Because it’s like your life is spiraling out of control, and the littlest, most mundane thing can set it off. It’s not just perfectionism. There are physical symptoms: for me, it was vomiting (I was actually diagnosed with bulimia before I finally explained the compulsions), self harm, repetitive behaviors that interfered with my functioning as a human being. Please take OCD seriously.

missangorian:

steely-compassion:

stormcloudsandskittles:

anxhious:

gerardgayofficial:

move-on-go-beyond:

a-sad-guy:

greeneggsangraham:

saltunderthesea:

This broke my fucking heart

This is why you don’t lie about having mental disorders. It is not a joke.

I’m crying

This broke my heart

this is real ocd, not the people in school getting annoyed when their desk is messy.

Wow.

Those last few lines hit me really hard because that could easily be me. In fact, it has been, to a lesser extent. If I hit my left shoulder on something, I have to replicate it on the opposite shoulder. But sometimes, the hit on the right shoulder will be stronger, so I have to do the left shoulder again. It goes back and forth, until both shoulders are equally bruised. It happens with cuts and burns and even just people touching me. Animal bites are the worst because I can’t replicate them, and the pain of not being even hurts worse than the actual bite. Self harming can get really out of hand too- Everything must be parallel and symmetrical, and the same severity. 

A lot of people say that OCD isn’t difficult- it’s just some handwashing and keeping tidy. For some people, that might be it, I can’t speak for them. But for some sufferers, it is hell. Some days it’s bearable- but some days, I have to wrap up in a blanket in an effort to keep all sensation symmetrical, because the OCD is so bad that I know the smallest thing could lead to an incredibly dangerous spiral.

rthis is so heartbreaking 

the poem itself seems really cliche to me (an actual OCD sufferer), like its playing on my illness to be more dramatic… idk, i find poems about mental illness a little squicky, maybe because it hits so close to home.

But the commentary is spot on. And people need to read it. Because it’s like your life is spiraling out of control, and the littlest, most mundane thing can set it off. It’s not just perfectionism. There are physical symptoms: for me, it was vomiting (I was actually diagnosed with bulimia before I finally explained the compulsions), self harm, repetitive behaviors that interfered with my functioning as a human being. Please take OCD seriously.

(Source: thiswolfheartstillbeats)

Apr 23 '14

meladoodle:

i like to go into echoey rooms because i can yell ‘i love you’ and finally hear it back

Apr 23 '14

pixiesteahouse:

princeconstantine:

runningoffthereeses:

well, thats enough internet for today

I need this

Does this come in varying colours, because I want a rainbow of them. 

Apr 23 '14
blushpanic:

genji-senpai:

pezberry93:

Alternative phrases to “calm your tits”

hakuna your tatas omg

DonT HAVE A RACK ATTACK OMFG

blushpanic:

genji-senpai:

pezberry93:

Alternative phrases to “calm your tits”

hakuna your tatas omg

DonT HAVE A RACK ATTACK OMFG

Apr 22 '14

I am quietly and perpetually on the edge of breaking

What people miss

as they trip over themselves to ask,

“how can you be sad?”

is that I am made of flawed glass

I collapse

under the weight of my own existance

Apr 22 '14

She was interested in anyone who gave her the time of day— and many people who didn’t.

Tags: my writing
Apr 22 '14

(Source: maxkennedy24)