t-high-la420:

sufferingsappho:

t-high-la420:

t-high-la420:

i…………FOUND IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


ITS CONTEXT? 
KIRK WORRYING THAT HE OBJECTIFIES WOMEN. PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT AND REALLY SOAK THIS IN. 

Questions every man needs to ask himself. Often

yea totally, omg!!

t-high-la420:

sufferingsappho:

t-high-la420:

t-high-la420:

i…………FOUND IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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ITS CONTEXT? 

KIRK WORRYING THAT HE OBJECTIFIES WOMEN. PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT AND REALLY SOAK THIS IN. 

Questions every man needs to ask himself. Often

yea totally, omg!!

spatscolombo:

Kirk having one of those moments where you meet someone’s parents and suddenly everything makes so much sense.

throw-tribbles-at-them:

spatscolombo:

Apprently today I’m in the mood to contradict widely believed myths about Kirk’s personality.

So this conversation establishes that a) Kirk was a book-smart nerd at the Academy (?!) and b) he was not a womanizer, but actually shied away from relationships—and then committed too fast and too far in his first serious one. Which, at the very beginning of the series, he finds out was a manipulated set-up. HeyI don’t know, maybe that’s gonna give him some intimacy hangups and affect his behavior with women going forward?

Basically I am out to prove that Kirk is a giant sweet nerd and all his flaws are due to being emotionally damaged by douchebags with tin-foil eyes and their lab-assistant floozie pawns.

(Also, as a grad student who teaches undergrads, I am here to tell you that undergrad Mitchell going to apparently great lengths to set his grad student teacher up with a woman is So Fucking Weird.)

There’s at least one published novel about these two. It’s called ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ and was surprisingly good, considering that I was expecting a lot of Kirk/Spock.

fuckyeahstartrek:

Star Trek- Starlight by Kumagorochan 

fuckyeahstartrek:

Star Trek- Starlight by Kumagorochan 

jazuthewasianprincess:

EXCUSE YOU EVERYONE

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BUT WHERE HAS THIS PICTURE BEEN ALL MY LIFE?

Hidden away with this one

spodiddly:

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So yeah remember that one post I made ages ago about wanting to debunk the pop culture Spock and Kirk myths? Well, here’s part two of that segment.

Thanks to greenscrewdriver and itreallyisthelittlethings for checks and added ideas.

brucestopherpikewood:

on a scale of one to jim kirk’s shirt how unnecessary are you right now

phantomwife:

hawking:

WHY IS THE LAST PICTURE SO FUNNY


shh-im-wondering:

fictionalred:

AJTSGDSDLIHTRZHHR

I-

think I like it?

Very much?

slowly-tongued-by-captain-kirk:

DEMIA, 
HOW DOES ONE SIMPLY FORGET THE FAT SHIRT. 

slowly-tongued-by-captain-kirk:

DEMIA, 

HOW DOES ONE SIMPLY FORGET THE FAT SHIRT. 

bookbabble:

Star Trek humor is the best kind of Sci-Fi Humor

bookbabble:

Star Trek humor is the best kind of Sci-Fi Humor

*thinks to self* “Hmm I seem to be lacking some Trek on my blog…”

Oh! Well, hello, Captain my Captain. Aren’t you pretty?

♥♥♥♥ Oh Jim

♥♥♥♥ Oh Jim

Honestly. So married.

nilamarthiel:

aww look at how Bill loooooks at him! ♥♥♥