yourfandomsucks:

Favorite Fictional Atheists —> Britta Perry
“Your religion isn’t the same as morality, and calling me amoral because I’m atheistic is religious persecution”

yourfandomsucks:

Favorite Fictional Atheists —> Britta Perry

“Your religion isn’t the same as morality, and calling me amoral because I’m atheistic is religious persecution”

edgeofmars:

Jeff: Okay, starting on my left with one, your number comes up, you go.
Abed: Just so you know Jeff, you are now creating six different timelines.
Jeff: Of course, I am, Abed.

Community: 3.04 - “Remedial Chaos Theory

yourfandomsucks:

“Guess what, as many of you in the audience have been doing at various points in your lives, particularly the broken points, two of these people have been, in an ungodly middle finger to our fairytale perceptions of monogamy, using each other as sex toys. 
Presenting the idea that you’re full of shit believing that, too, was intriguing to me because that’s how the relationship with my girlfriend and virtually betrothed mate happened. It started as friends with benefits. It started with this ironically romantic concept that romance didn’t need to be in the equation. It made it exciting. Love always finds a way. If two people have been hurt enough, they trick themselves into falling in love through a different door. They just need to protect themselves with a certain chant beforehand, like “This is bullshit.” And, for that reason, what I love is when the show doesn’t presume any factual positions on things that have any binary truth to them. “Is there any such thing as true love?” The question is the important thing. There’s no answer”. 
- Dan Harmon on the Jeff & Britta in season 2

All the awards.

yourfandomsucks:

“Guess what, as many of you in the audience have been doing at various points in your lives, particularly the broken points, two of these people have been, in an ungodly middle finger to our fairytale perceptions of monogamy, using each other as sex toys. 

Presenting the idea that you’re full of shit believing that, too, was intriguing to me because that’s how the relationship with my girlfriend and virtually betrothed mate happened. It started as friends with benefits. It started with this ironically romantic concept that romance didn’t need to be in the equation. It made it exciting. Love always finds a way. If two people have been hurt enough, they trick themselves into falling in love through a different door. They just need to protect themselves with a certain chant beforehand, like “This is bullshit.” And, for that reason, what I love is when the show doesn’t presume any factual positions on things that have any binary truth to them. “Is there any such thing as true love?” The question is the important thing. There’s no answer”.

- Dan Harmon on the Jeff & Britta in season 2

All the awards.