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*Well…this is interesting! Now if we can get a glimpse of his SO, or something during the movie rather than give him the Deadpool Treatment…  

‘Star Trek Beyond’ confirms that Hikaru Sulu is gay

During a promotional event in Australia, actor John Cho confirmed that beloved Star Trek character Hikaru Sulu is gay. According to Cho, writer Simon Pegg and director Justin Lin decided to make Sulu canonically gay in the upcoming movie, Star Trek Beyond. The reason why will warm your emotionless, Vulcan heart. 

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icebearisproudofyou:

why did australia get pokemon go first they already have real life creatures ready to attack them around every turn

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did-you-kno:
“ Trees can get email in Australia. In 2013, trees were assigned email addresses by the city of Melbourne so its citizens could report potential problems, but people ended up writing thousands of love letters to their favorite trees...
did-you-kno:

Trees can get email in Australia. In 2013, trees were assigned email addresses by the city of Melbourne  so its citizens could report potential problems, but people ended up writing thousands of love letters to their favorite trees instead. Source

Sometimes the trees even responded…

Source: didyouknowblog.com
*I would say “Only in Australia” except I know there would be people writing love letters to the trees in the US too.

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