Theresa Who

I'm a lot of wildly disparate adjectives.

Today, let's go with voracious reader, gadget-phile, knitter, and entrepreneur.

I love sci fi, fantasy, urban fantasy, fairy tales in all shapes, colors, and forms, history, mythology, and gardening.
Recent Tweets @theresa_who
Posts I Like
Who I Follow




please watch this cat talking to her babies

if any of my posts deserved to get a lot of notes its this one

oh my god noooooooooooooooo


Paging sixpenceee! There’s a horrifying miles-long stretch of Google Street View in Hannecroix, New York that’s apparently a portal to an evil watercolor dimension.

From The 10 Most Terrifying Places on Google Street View

(via wilwheaton)


Lindsey Stirling takes an unsuspecting crowd on a spontaneous steampunk pirate adventure in her new video,”Master of Tides.” 
Watch this epic live performance powered by 25 wireless speakers and captured by 15 hidden cameras.

(via jasonenright)

  • Guy: You're cosplaying as Carrie Kelley! She's my favorite Robin!
  • Me: Thank you!
  • Guy: [turns to girl he is with] Do you know who she's cosplaying as?
  • Me: [stomach drops]
  • Girl: Uh, Robin?
  • Guy: Yeah, but *which* Robin?
  • Me: [screaming internally]
  • Girl: No.
  • Guy: [smugface] She's Carrie Kelley from Dark Knight, the ONLY female Robin.
  • Me: Excuse you.
  • Guy: What?
  • Me: There are, in fact, TWO female Robins. [launches into tirade about Steph Brown]
  • Guy: [silence] [deer in headlights]
  • Girl: Thank you. [hugs me] I'm so glad I got to see that.
  • Me: [to girl] You're welcome. [to guy] Do NOT use me to Fake Geek Girl someone. Ever.
The Never Call: There are some people who love to text so much that the phone part of their cell phone has become completely obsolete. They’re like Tobias Funke the never-nude from Arrested Development, except instead of refusing to take off the last bit of clothing for a completely irrational reason, they are scared of a wonderful and time-honored mode of communication.

The Nine Types of Text Messaging Monsters - Texting - Gawker

oh that is me. to a tee.

(via madeleinepascal)

I am one of those people. But let me explain something to you. The telephone was an aberation in human development. It was a 70 year or so period where for some reason humans decided it was socially acceptable to ring a loud bell in someone else’s life and they were expected to come running, like dogs. This was the equivalent of thinking it was okay to walk into someone’s living room and start shouting. it was never okay. It’s less okay now. Telephone calls are rude. They are interruptive. Technology has solved this brief aberration in human behavior. We have a thing now called THE TEXT MESSAGE. It is magical, non-intrusive, optional, and, just like human speech originally was meant to be, is turn based and two way. You talk. I talk next. Then you talk. And we do it when it’s convenient for both of us.

(via rickwebb)

(via shehasathree) (via ironedorchid)

(via monstrositysuperstar) (via baguetteinabikebasket)

(via geardrops)

The craving, never-ending.

(via geardrops)


Sound advice

(via spyscribe)