'Your favourite character says a lot about you as a person.'
I feel surprisingly ok with this picture
Frick you look amazing I’m so upset.
cause who doesnt like young versions of spock and kirk playing together in the snow
I always find that the best way to dress is somewhere between 'Last of the Time Lords' & 'Wizard trying to be a muggle'
What if Jim gets into some major trouble on a mission and it’s practically impossible that he survived, so everyone thinks he’s dead. They have a funeral and everything but Bones doesn’t attend, cause he doesn’t believe it. He can’t accept that Jim is gone and goes off on a wild search across the galaxy to find out what really happened to his best friend.
Everyone thinks Doctor McCoy has gone crazy. That Jim’s death finally broke him.
But when Bones finally finds Jim Kirk, blessedly alive and just starting to doubt that his friends would ever rescue him…. well, he hulls him into the biggest hug either of them have ever received or given. And suddenly, the universe makes sense to both of them again.
When Jim asks him later, “How’d you know?”
Bones smiles and says, “I could feel it in my bones”
I think I addressed this before, but MRAs aren’t saying “Why can’t men hit women?!?!?” What they are actually saying is “Why is it worse for me to hit a woman than it is for her to hit a man, even if the man is defending himself from the woman who attacked first?” I know the first argument is easier to address, but no one is actually saying that. So at the very least, please respond to what is being said rather than what is easier for you to attack.
imagine jim learning spock has an abundance of thick, dark body hair for the first time and he’s just standing there with his mouth open and no sounds coming out and spock is like captain. captain. captain. jim. jim. captain. jim? and so spock takes him to medical and bones sees spock’s thick, dark body hair for the first time and he puts a hand on jim’s shoulder and tells spock ‘go on, now, spock, i’ve got this’ and pours himself and jim a drink