javert as the fandom police
“FIVE YEARS FOR WHAT YOU SHIPPED”
“THE REST BECAUSE YOU SPAMMED THE TAG”
my mom asked why i don’t read as many books as i used to and i just said it was because i read a lot of unpublished stories from independent writers online and she thinks that’s very good of me to give undiscovered authors a chance
i just read gay porn
The last man on Earth sat alone in a room. There was a knock on the door.
Oh hello, I’m the Doctor! Why did you lock yourself in a room? Bit boring, isn’t it?
And the shortest horror story ever just became a comedy.
hahaha! The homestuck one!
OH MY GOD THE HOMESTUCK ONE
started howling when i reached homestuck
The first time I found a Team Fortress 2 thread on 4chan’s yaoi board , I was amazed.
Spy and Sniper on a couch, by Kob.
As an online multiplayer-only, plotless, mindlessly-violent first-person-shooter, I had assumed that the female fanbase would be limited; confined mostly to diehard first-person-shooter (FPS) enthusiasts, a subset of games with few female devotees. Fewer in number than female WoW players, or Harry Potter readers, certainly. Despite this, the vast majority of the TF2 fanart posters—and artists—seemed to be women. Weirder still, not all of them even played the game, and very few of them played the game regularly. This was stunning. It was as if I had happened upon a cargo cult—imagine someone showing up to a Star Trek convention with exquisite Spock fan art and a beautiful costume, having never watched the show.
I am eagerly awaiting Part III.