Excuse me Chekov, as I rest my head on your shoulder, Bones wont find out.
star trek au → brink of zombie apocalypse
a group of sharp survivors are found and brought together with the help of agent S. Pock in a ruined, Chicago
jim kirk - college drop out /mechanic
uhura - news journalist
leonard mccoy - ex army medic
scotty - aerospace engineer
chekov - college graduate with no surviving family members
hikaru sulu - field agent; directed by s.pock to gather the chosen survivors
This is what it takes to manage thick, naturally curly hair. Not pictured: the hair dryer, the straightener, two different shampoos, and a conditioner.
Dynamic Duo / Michelle & Vin
As much as I hated having to keep a media diary for this course, it did give me an excuse to write about things like this:
When selecting media for the purpose of entertainment, I have always sought out content that tells a good story and features at least one character I identify with. As a child, I enjoyed imitating media I’d seen. I have particularly fond memories of pretending to be an X-man (usually Storm or Shadowcat), or a Power Ranger (the Yellow Ranger, always), or the captain of the Millennium Falcon (Han Solo’s daughter, a character of my own imagining) on the playground at school.
I should clarify: I was the Yellow Ranger except for that one Halloween when we couldn’t find the Yellow Ranger costume, so I settled for being the Blue Ranger, because Billy is awesome.
Graduate school is a strange thing.
So this happened on Graham Norton and I felt that the gifs needed to happen