chris pine’s legacy tbh
omg guys this is legit
ilu karl urban cameo
Can we please talk about the redshirt’s EPIC eye roll in the last shot?
Captain’s log, stardate 2259.55. We’ve completed our survey of the newly discovered Class M planet designated Nibiru. Intelligent life was observed. The species is primitive; indications of early language and even religion were noted. I thought it wise to stay off the planet altogether lest we somehow interfere with their way of life. If there’s one word I would use to describe this mission, it would be “uneventful.”
OH GOD THIS SCENE JUST FOR THE BRIDGE’S REACTION, WHY WOULD YOU REMOVE THIS GEM DON’T EVEN GET ME STARTED ON BONES
IT IS RIDICULOUS. KARL URBAN, YOU’RE RUINING MY LIFE.
aureovitta asked: why is your taste in Beautiful Famous People so flawless tho
i will try to think of an answer. in the meantime, how are you the most wonderful being omg
darlin’ and darling are so not the same thing
Darling is sharp and enunciated. Darling is spoken for other people. It is a warning. A quiet message to Jim that if he doesn’t shut up, or get it together, or follow him right now that Bones isn’t liable for what he might do to him later. Darling is for dinner parties and Starfleet awards ceremonies and soirees. Darling is for when there are guests in their home and Jim is being an asshole or too drunk. Darling, could you help me in the kitchen real quick. Darling, can I talk to you for a minute. Darling is a word Jim learns to fear, that sets off flashing red warning lights in his mind. Eventually all Bones has to say Is Darling. And Jim just knows.
Darlin’ is off the cuff. It’s heavy and it’s slurred. Darlin’ is for smoky back rooms, for the quiet moments, for when Bones is going to challenge Jim to do something. You can try, Darlin’. We’ll see about that darlin’. Darlin’ Is for the two of them. Darlin’ is for warm moments on the beach, in the fading daylight. Darlin’ is what Bones whispers to Jim when Bones’ holding his face between his hands and their foreheads are touching. Darlin’ is followed by a quiet “I love you.” Though as the years pass, Bones doesn’t have to say it. A simple sweet look and a Darlin' are enough to convey it.
Definitely a PERFECT explanation between the dichotomy of the two as it relates to southern speak.