Someone in my last S/U edit commented on how Spock is an eager puppy and might be scared as hell to piss off the people he loves because he doesn’t know how to handle it when they’re angry with him.
and well, I get the same feeling from him. Take the lovers’ quarrel between him and Uhura in the last movie. I think that Spock really, really, really doesn’t like it when Nyota is angry with him and won’t talk with him LOL Just the way he kept looking at her in those two scenes where she glared at him and then walked away lol
In fact, I’m convinced that in the scene on the way to Qo’noS he heard her very well (with his vulcan earing? come on even Kirk obviously heard her ) but he had to ask her if she said something to him because she was finally talking to him again and he just couldn’t let it go, you know.
Starfleet Medical has the worst coffee. Nyota would know - she drinks it every day Jim is unconscious. Contains spoilers for Star Trek: Into the Darkness.
I just reread this and it’s as perfect as ever. Incredibly sweet and incredibly detailed with such sparse wording and concise language. The K/U friendship was one of my favorite, favorite parts of STID.
this one is for hope because she’s unwell
Imagine a McKirk 101 Dalmatians!AU (and here, as if by magic, it lies - under the cut)
I never knew how much I needed this. Can this be a whole long series? Cause you just know Jim would be the kind of dog that just sits in the bedroom and watches.
zoe saldana + photoshoots (15/?)
zoe saldana + photoshoots (17/?)
The Best of Zachary Quinto’s AMA (x)
i like to think that pon farr would be like 50 shades of grey.
50 shades of logic
-hugs tightly- It would be awesome if you could pass this on to the first ten people on your dash to keep it going. Have a nice day!
thanks :D hugs back
what the fuck
Always reblog lol
Have you guys never seen the original Starbucks logo? It’s still up at the first store in the Pike Place (which isn’t actually the first store, but shhhh)
YEP, THERE YOU HAVE IT
spock calling nyota ‘ashayam’ in his logs
i’ve seen people complain about the scene in into darkness where uhura and spock are arguing on the mission to qo’nos as being childish
i’m genuinely surprised because that never occured to me at all when i first saw the movie that it was ‘ooc’
i think this is because relationship disagreements are often construed as childish with an added bonus of misogyny because it’s usually played as the woman(or in cases of slash relationships the ‘feminine’ partner) being unreasonable
spock has clearly been avoiding the issue of him nearly dying on nibiru with uhura, who is angry and upset that spock seemed to so easily forfeit his life
the mission to the klingon homeworld is clearly dangerous and there is a distinct possibility they will not survive it and this problem remains unsolved
i think this is a valid concern for uhura, not just in terms of spock, but for her and kirk as well. if spock decides that the odds are against them, will he stop fighting and allow whatever fate come to them even if that’s not what his teammates want?
i hate that i’ve seen uhura get the brunt of the criticism for this scene especially since kirk agrees with her
being unsure of where spock stands on the value of his life and by extension the lives of his crewmates versus the mission has serious effects on teamwork
while it wasn’t the ideal time and place for that discussion, the situation they were going into may very well have made it the only opportunity uhura had to speak with spock
after spock explains his thought process to her, she is at peace and able to focus more on the mission at hand, which lead to a more effective handling of the following events
Kirk: this isn’t going to be a problem, right? you two working together?
Uhura: Absolutely not.