so my mom bought some crab and she wasn’t ready to cook them yet
so i put them on the ground and yelled “BE FREE MY FELLOW CRUSTACEANS.” and they raised their claws like this
I AM THE CRAB LORD
This is still my favorite post on Tumblr.
(Source: kennyismeatyasfuck, via possiblyenjoyable)
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Fandoms: The Good, The Bad, The Insane
Sherlock: Brilliant, brilliant people. Well known for their dedication to the show. One half seems to hate the other for having too much fun, though.
Doctor Who: All Wibbley Wobbley, a little less Timey Wimey. Have a thousand trigger words that seem to set them off into a spasm of feels at any time.
Supernatural: Extremely dedicated to each other, extremely dedicated to the actors and the characters. Because family doesn't end in blood. But by god, THE SHIP WARS ARE TERRIBLE.
Harry Potter: Never underestimate the expanse of this fandom. Harry Potter was an era the world will never forget. Seems to be running out of material though...
Homestuck: Adorable fans, seem to be caught on the edge of either doing something cute or blowing up the entire world. No one really understands it, especially the fans.
Hetalia: People shipping countries. All that needs to be said. People are very welcoming and friendly, but no other fandom can rival the Hetalian's stubbornness over their ships.
Firefly: A sense of melancholy seems to hang around the fandom...probably due to the fact your favorite character is either dead or sad.
Avengers: Does anyone even question superheroes anymore? Every moment from this movie has been giffed, researched, had fanfic written about it, and has been edited in everyway possible. The whole fandom has a huge hard-on for the villian.
LOTR: Extremely excited about the continuation of their fandom legacy with the Hobbit. Strange obsession with hairy feet.