my sister asked what type of soup I was eating but I didnt know what to say because I had just poured orange juice into a bowl and was drinking it with a spoon

(Source: plr2, via rainbowthinker)

Guy on train: I'd fuck you if you didn't have so many tattoos.

Me: *turns up music*

Guy: I said I'd fuck you if you didn't have so many tattoos!

Me: *takes off headphones* Leave. Me. Alone.

Guy: Why the fuck do you have so many tattoos?


Guy: Are you fucking deaf as well as a piece of trash?

Lady by door: Hey. Leave her alone.

Guy: Are you her trash girlfriend? Fucking dykes, all tattooed like fucking men. Disgusting waste of pussy.

Lady: *moves forward, carefully moves jacket so only I can see the badge on her belt* Are you okay?

Me: Fine. Just wish he'd go away.

Lady cop: I can make that happen.

Guy: Oh, yeah, bitch? Who the fuck are you? I'll kill you!

Lady cop: And that's what I was waiting for. *grabs guy, holds him against the door* Harassing women on the train was enough, but you just threatened a cop. You're battin' a thousand tonight.

Entire train: *applauds*




"I want you to join me."

I like to interpret this scene as an idea of what fandom is all about. This is why the Lego Fandom has been as amazing as it has been. Because the entire movie encourages creativity and taking something and making something new out of it. Because you don’t have to read the instructions and take something as it’s presented to you.

In only a few short months, we’ve come up with several different alternate universes. We’ve taken characters, portrayed as plastic lego bricks, and analysed every aspect of their personalities, their motives, their expressions. We’ve started expanding and exploring them in different AU’s, exploring relationships, adding headcanons, making our own interpretations of them, experimenting with different character designs, drawing fanart and comics, writing fics. Simply just being creative or thinking and talking about it and getting excited over it.

And everyone has had a blast doing it, well I personally have, anyway! We’ve made friends, had discussions, hung out in livestreams and simply just been inspired by one another. Collaborating with each other and expanding each other’s ideas. Taking something that was made and making something new out of it.

Carry on, all you Master Builders. Continue being amazing and building all your “weird, dorky stuff”. And keeping it respectful and kind (◡‿◡✿)

(ah sorry I’ll stop embarrassingly gushing over the fandom now.)

Don’t you just think how meta it all sounds? With its portrayal of fandom? Because that’s exactly what it is!

When some people complain about all these strange uses of canon, when in fact we’ve all used the canon as a springboard for our own ideas. And considering The LEGO Movie fandom, this end result is a representative of respecting, building on and sharing our own ideas!

While I definitely don’t think my interpretation is the message the movie intended, the point remains. The movie, I believe, was talking more about building with LEGO without instructions and how you can take LEGO sets with a specific set of instructions and make whatever you like with it. And this also applies to the situation between Finn and his father - Finn building off the world his father had already created.

But, that said, I really like interpreting this scene in my own way, as a reflection of the fandom. Because this fandom stands out as being the most incredibly wonderful, welcoming, creative and collaborative fandom I’ve ever had the privilege to be apart of. And I believe it’s because it’s centred around a movie that underpins this message of creativity and collaboration.

Forth, and fear no darkness! Arise! Arise, Riders of Theoden! Spears shall be shaken, shields shall be splintered! A sword day… a red day… ere the sun rises! 

(Source: nimrodels, via l-o-t-r)