anonymous asked:

Vy I am and ugly and worthless piece of shit but you're fucking ethereal and talented and it's like ???? How you do that

well let met tell u that i don’t do it by calling myself an ugly peice of shit 

u gotta fake it till u make it bruh 

literally wake up everyday and be all “yO I’M HELLA RAD” even when u think u aren’t cause the more you say it the more you’ll start to believe it :’) 

love urself boo 


Listen to me, you’ve got this dark pit inside you. I know. Believe me, I know. But that doesn’t mean you have to fall into it. You don’t have to be a monster… It doesn’t matter what you are. It only matters what you do. It’s your choice.


"…and then a single tear rolls down her face"



You know what the worst thing about being in a fandom is? Everybody else is just so amazingly talented and contribute all this gorgeous art, beautiful cosplays and awesome fics etc etc

And I’m here just 


So after this last MDK, I feel really bad for all the hate that Hannah is getting, but what is bothering me most is the hate that she is getting about promoting her book.

Like really?

She wrote a book.


and she is allowed to promote that and be as proud about that as much as she likes, because it’s a big fucking deal.

I just really can’t believe people are giving her hate over this. Hannah is such an amazing person who does so much for so many people; she doesn’t deserve hate to begin with. And now she is excited about her book and is excited to share it with us and is obviously proud of it, and people are mad about that???

Just stop. Hannah doesn’t deserve this, she deserves our love and support.

NBC has no real comedy brand at the moment. The network’s Thursday sitcom bloc imploded, and the Tuesday comedies are being kept alive entirely by the grace of ‘The Voice’ lead-in. A couple of weeks ago, the network decided to sell off mid-season comedy ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ to Netflix because they anticipated a drama-heavy spring lineup — also known as “we don’t know how to make comedies work right now.

There is still the matter of ‘Parks and Recreation,’ the last show standing (at NBC, at least; ‘Community’ moved to Netflix) from the previous NBC comedy brand, which consisted of low-rated but critically-adored boutique comedies. NBC’s been trying to get away from that brand from the moment Robert Greenblatt took over the network, and while nothing he and his team have tried in this area has worked, they’ve now announced plans to schedule the final season of ‘Parks’ in a manner that will end that era of NBC comedy as quickly as possible.

—  Alan Sepinwall (x)

anonymous asked:

What if Hinata had SHSL Good Luck and Komaeda was talentless and was chosen for project Kamukura Izuru

ohh lordy that’s impossible to say b/c no matter how ‘alike’ they are they certainly aren’t the same so who knows how they’d deal w/ those circumstances?? if we’re just talkin plain switcharound tho