It’s not their pain you’re afraid of. It’s yours, Charles. And as frightening as it may be, that pain will make you stronger. If you allow yourself to feel it, embrace it, it will make you more powerful than you ever imagined. It’s the greatest gift we have, to bear their pain without breaking. And it’s born from the most human power — hope. Please, Charles, we need you to hope again. 


Haikyuu!! x Neko Atsume

I only lately got into both Haikyuu and Neko Atsume so obviously I put both together! Those are directly based on the cats I named after the characters btw `v´ Of course I made my favs, and I absolutely love how Hinata came out ;v;

I made those very quickly and I might make more later `v´

Maybe I just wanted to be able
to lean on someone else
for a change because I get tired
of always having to be the one
that’s there when you need them.
This is not selfish.
It is not selfish of me to want
more of you, to expect more
from you.
—  “Sometimes I break too”

I hope Thedas has self-help books, and I hope one of them is called something like “So You Love a Fereldan, And They Have a Mabari: How to Handle Not Being the Most Important Someone in Your Beloved’s Life”


Next week’s Legends of Tomorrow will have a Prison Break inspired episode

The fifth episode of Legends of Tomorrow, called “Fail-Safe”, which will air next Thursday (Feb. 18), is where the producers can finally use a “Prison Break”-inspired line since it would involve a prison break scene. Purcell and Miller, who play accomplices Mick Rory (Heat Wave) and Leonard Snart (Captain Cold) respectively, both came from the top-rating series “Prison Break,” which bowed down from air in 2009. Fans of the now-defunct drama series were delighted to learn the two were cast in the superhero show, and as partners to boot! So it’s just right that there should be witty reference to the two’s past job in “LoT.” In the episode Captain Cold attempt to spring his partner in crime Mick, and Ray from a chilly Siberian gulag. “There is, in fact, a prison break in episode 5,” Guggenheim says. “And, as one would expect, a very terrific line regarding that. I said to the writers, ‘If we’re going to do a prison break episode, that’s perfectly fine, but we better come up with a goddamn funny line for either Dominic or Wentworth to say, or we’re all fired.’” He’s probably right. Fans will never forgive them if they messed that up.

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Calling the Swiftie Fandom:

I have an idea.

You see how there was that whole Ice Bucket Challenge Hashtag thing yeah, we should start a Hashtag called #WeSupportTaylor in which we get people to post a picture of the back of their hands with a number 13 on it. I know that the chances of it being huge and viral are low, but there’s no harm in trying to show our support for our girl. So i suggest we all do this and try to get the hashtag trending over Insta and Twitter.

It will only work, if we work collectively, as a fandom. Let’s not back down to this type of abuse. By the way, EVERYONE can contribute in this, you don’t have to be tagged to do so.


Make me choose: anonymous asked

Owari no Seraph or Fullmetal Alchemist?  

I don’t know what this says about me as a person, but out of all the Hannibal Lecter stories I’ve consumed (admittedly not all of them, but the first two books, the Silence of the Lambs movie and now nearly all of Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal) the thing I found most disturbing was when Francis Dolarhyde ate the Blake.