Hi, my name is Sarah and this is my personal everything blog. I am a hobby costumer, DIY enthusiast, and all around geek.
i had an editing assignment where i had to make a scene with one shot and no edits
and since i’m a shit head i made a one shot of me making and drinking a single shot
ain’t i a stinker
say what you will about fangirls but when someone says ‘fangirling’ i think of excitement and unbridled glee and undignified noises of delight but when someone says ‘fanboying’ i think of impotent rage and insecurity and disproportionate aggression
In the mid-season trailer we see a short clip of Jordan Parrish covered in soot:
Which leads me to wonder if he was the one in the burning sheriff’s car we had also seen:
Now that we had discovered that he is a supernatural. We have to assume that him surviving is no coincidence. My theory is that he is gifted in something to do with fire, like a phoenix. I just wanted to throw this out there.
Same. Hoechlin always looks uncomfortable with that stuff because he knows there’s a line and the interviewers keep crossing it. You don’t bring fandom material to an actor unless it’s y’know, good art. Not like NSFW art, but character art. But with fanfics and that, nah. You KEEP that in the fandom. Shame on the interviewer who thought it would be a good idea and picked those poor fics out.
Exactly. But it’s because the interviewer is not in fandom, and doesn’t see fans as people. Just a vague idea to be mocked. Tyler P is just as bad. He knew what was going to happen and that it wasn’t nice, and he was excited to get to mock “those weird fangirls”.