Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Me: You should read the novelization for Star Trek: The Motion Picture, the first ever Star Trek movie, written by Gene Roddenberry.
Me: The gay can be seen from space.
Friend: so why can the gay be seen from space? Not that I doubt you, but I'm not sure how it's more...slashy than the movie.
Excerpt: Although Kirk had been dumbfounded as the others, he was pleased to note that he had recovered first and was now handling all this with some degree of command presence. But it still felt painful to be reminded so powerfully and unexpectedly of his friendship and affection for Spock-theirs had been the touching of two minds which the old poets of Spock's home planet had proclaimed as superior even to the wild physical love which affected Vulcans every seventh year during pon farr.
Friend: ...That's more than seen from space. Holy shit. That's saying that they're gayer than a sex or die scenario.
Friend: That's gay seen from...what's further than space?
Me: The mirror dimension where they're all pirates and cutthroats.
Friend: Gay seen from the TARDIS
Friend: No matter where the Doctor goes, it follows.
Friend: They are that gay.
Me: The t'hy'la page on memory-alpha says that "In 2273, Spock thought of James T. Kirk as his t'hy'la, and mentally said goodbye to him as he prepared to receive his symbol of "total logic" by Vulcan master T'sai."
Me: Fanlore says "The novelization of Star Trek: The Motion Picture by Gene Roddenberry, 1980, contained the much-discussed t'hy'la reference. Until this incident, many fans had not realized that they were not alone in imagining a gay love affair for Kirk and Spock."
give a white girl a pencil and she will draw an eye thats literally all they do is draw fukin eyes
i also draw eyes all the time its literally all i do in class i must be a white girl
Oh hey, I must be white too.
We can only be friends if you’re kind of an asshole. Not full blown asshole because that’s no fun. And if you’re not an asshole at all then that won’t work either. A halfway asshole. Those are my kind of people.