*workaholics

Desperado, oh, you ain’t gettin’ no younger
Your pain and your hunger, they’re drivin’ you home
And freedom, oh freedom well, that’s just some people talkin’
Your prison is walking through this world all alone

Gilbert Beilschmidt: Athletic. Brave. Disciplined. Diva. Good sense of humor. Childish. Green thumb. Family oriented. Vehicle enthusiast. Workaholic.

tvmaster2000 asked:

Do you think Hope got into that sort of relationship with a girl growing up? Who would initiate the relationship? How would Lightning react? How would Hope react? Part 2 That's all I got right off the top my head.

  • Do you think Hope got into that sort of relationship with a girl growing up?: I’m like 99′9999999999% sure he didn’t. Back in XIII-2, he was really awkward even as an adult when he realized he ended up holding Serah’s hands or whenever Alyssa got too touchy with him. Hope was also a workaholic back then, devoted to his research, and he told us the reason both in-game and in the post-LR novel: previous to Serah and Noel’s visit, he was trying to find where Lightning was after learning from Snow that she might still be alive around two years earlier, and after that, he believed if he kept working for saving the world, he’d meet her again, and he only had to wait until then. Plus, Hope’s a rather obsessive lad, and it doesn’t help a certain piece of advice he received from Light: “Focus in your ultimate goal, and shut out everything else.” There’s also the fact that Bhunivelze chose him, and he’s got a knack for purity; yeah, he regressed Hope into an “innocent” form, but unlike young women, in religion, men can only be considered “pure” if they’re children, and knowing Bhuni, he’d be quite picky with his vessel to be the most perfect one. There’s also the underlying but constant comparison LR does between Snow and Hope, the definitive moment when the Farron sisters call them to go with them to the new world, and Snow remained loyal to Serah all the time they stayed apart; going by parallels, Hope did the same.
  • Who would initiate the relationship?: if we take LR’s epilogue in consideration, it’s Lightning who is taking the plunge, despite all the fanworks in which it’s the other way around. Justified since she’s had like more than a year to think about it and be sure of what she wants and what she feels. Unlike Hope, who after all the things he went through, has become quite a loner, as seen in the novels. 
  • How would Lightning react?: she looked rather eager for that reunion with Hope in the epilogue if you ask me.
  • How would Hope react?: the impression Hope gave me in the novel is that instead of searching actively for Lightning, he’s rather waiting for her to come to him. He asks Aoede to find her, but that’s how he is. He’s not going with her. Considering how things ended up when he tried to go after her, I wouldn’t be surprised if this time he left the choice in Light’s hands. A letter is shown over Lightning’s suitcase in the epilogue, so I’m guessing Hope sent it to her, telling her where she could find him if she wanted to meet him.

And that’s all. If you guys have any more questions and want to ask me, I’d be glad to do my best trying to answer.

anonymous asked:

For someone who's married and has kids you sure do need a lot of attention. Myles must be a workaholic.

ALL this excessive attention feels so nice though!

Thank you for paying me some much needed attention. You helped fill my quota for the day.

I find MCU Tony’s capacity of loving Pepper so much and commit to her so beautiful. And obviously I ship Pepperony with all my heart because for me they are equals in their relationship (as RDJ stated on another interview) and a very good role model for younguers that a relationship is not all happines and party. Loving someone is hard. SO HARD. Making a relationship work trough time is hard. More for someone like Tony (needed of affection) and Pepper (loner and workaholic).

You don’t want Tony driven BY LOVE? Then what? I want him driven by love for Pepper and his friends on the team. I think Wanda is going to show his friends dying on a posible future. And Pepper is not even in the movie, she will be at most only mentioned. Nothing is enough for you fandom. The Pepperony fans are resigned to not even see her. What more do you want?

It’s just for me is hard to understand the flagrant opposition everyone in this fandom has to Tony and Pepper being in love as canon in the movies. And being something general moviegoers LOVE seeing develop though time at the marvel cinematic universe. A true and genuine romantic relationship that lasts in time and has a taste of reality. Gorgeously potrayed.

I like comics too. I appreciate they are different. And Tony is different.

But trust me, I love Tony Movies better by far difference. He’s simply more relatable.