The Mouse Hole
Welcome to the mouse hole, ladies, gents and other persons. I'd call it a shrine to Lisa Frank, but Lisa Frank actually had taste.

On this blog you will find a variety of shit, such as but never limited to: fandom, cursing, video games, movies, critical analysis of all the above, and the occasional doodle.

Warning: Resident blogger is a rare breed of filthy Texan democratic-socialist, very queer, very here, and not going to shut up about any of it. Opinions will be had, arguments will be basted in hot sauce, and gifs will be posted.
What these past two days have taught me:

  • I hate cement.
  • A water hose will only produce boiling (literally, it sizzled) hot water after a long sunny day.
  • Sun block, sun block, sun block
  • I fucking hate cement
  • Holy shit i am so out of shape what the fuck.  i used to be able to lift so much more than this!
  • Did I mention I hate cement?
It never fails…

So I’m sitting at my desk being all

And then Sir Service Manager comes up and he’s all

And I’m all

And finally he leaves, so I can be more like

But then Sir Service Dude comes in, and he wants to be all

And then Sir Service Manager comes back, and they’re both all

about whatever jerk-off-of-the-week is giving them problems right now, while I’m just sitting there like

because I don’t want to look like

but goddammit, this happens every. single. day.

And that is why my lunch is always cold.

wincestforbeginners:

When does it go too far? This is a poll dictated by fans. ‘Dean Winchester & Castiel‘ is only there because the fans nominated it. You can ship whatever you want, but you need to understand that the creative minds behind Supernatural are thoroughly immersed in the fandom and when you say something, they listen. You’ve all been shouting ‘Destiel’ at the top of your lungs for a while now. And you’re getting service, aren’t you? Profound bonds and ‘the one in the dirty trenchcoat who’s in love with you‘—the writers have listened and they have delivered. But when does it go too far? Whether you ship Destiel or not, this reflects poorly on everyone who recognizes this show is not about validating unfulfilled homoerotic fantasies. It makes the show (and being a part of its following) infinitely less enjoyable. As fans, we have enormous power and influence over Supernatural…but we’re abusing it. Write fanfiction and spew out theories and produce fanvideos—ship until you don’t know how to do anything else—but keep it within the confines of the fandom. Please don’t try and warp Dean/Cas into some canon entity. It is not canonOkay? It is not canon. Just like Sam/Dean is not canon. Outwardly insisting otherwise is becoming detrimental to our show. And we all need to learn where to draw the line.

I have the feeling that maybe, just maybe, you actually meant that just to be about how “it isn’t canon and the others are!” but that is not how it comes across.  Instead, that screams “Oh my god you guys, shut up, I don’t like destiel and it might become canon if you keep screaming for it, and oh my god that isn’t right!!!”

Even then, so what if it isn’t canon?  Seriously, so what?  OK, they (supposedly) listen to their fandom a lot—which, in the way that you’re phrasing this, means you’re afraid that they might look at this poll and decide to make it canon.  And y’know what? If they did that, it would be canon, and it would be their choice, and it would be okay. People are allowed to like whatever the hell they want, and they’re not holding a gun to the writer’s heads, forcing them to make something canon.


And quite frankly, I cannot see how someone shipping two men gives a fandom a bad name.  Or at least, gives it any worse of a name than people who romantically pair two brothers.  Here’s a hint, when people tell me that they don’t like the Supernatural fandom, it usually isn’t the Destiel shippers that they reference as to why. Why don’t you try thinking that over while you’re up on your high horse. 

(Source: villainyforbeginners)