...though these are really old spoilers

one of the many things I super love about Deadpool is that they treat negasonic teenage warhead like a teenager, sure she has awesome as fuck superpowers but she doesn’t have any sort of romantic hints, she isn’t irresponsible with her powers, she has a guardian with her when she does her (awesome) dangerous shit, she is most definitly not treated like a child, but she is also not treated like an adult, she has a responsible guardian with her when necessary who even tries to feed her protein bars, I think that hollywood tends to forget that there is an in between stage, that teenagers do exist and need to be represented as something other than unrealistically mature or unrealistically immature 

reblog and write in the tags how you got into mass effect 🌌

i did this in my old fandom and i read some amazing stories - i’d love to read about your stories as well !!

Dean still sometimes has nightmares.  

He doesn’t have nearly so many since he’s eased into this cozy, domestic era of his hunting career, where “big bads” are predominantly a thing of the past and the most he has to worry about us the occasional wendigo, but he still has them. 

They used to be of hell, of flesh being flayed from his body with razor-sharp cleavers and limbs being ripped from their sockets, but the more time passed, the more hell in and of itself seemed like a very lucid, very horrible dream.  It didn’t seem possible anymore that those things could have happened to him, tortures beyond torture, desecration to his very soul, though of course, he knew they had.

These days, what he dreams about most is Cas.

So many times he’d thought he was gone for good.  So many times he’d knelt over his body, cupped his cold face in his hands, watched him explode before his very eyes, and each time it felt as though Dean’s soul had been hollowed out with a spoon.

There’d been a time when he could have lived without Cas, but now, that time seems like a distant memory.

He rarely remembers the dreams in detail:  just disjointed flashes of things that had been, of sudden explosions of blood, of black goo oozing from every orifice. 

Tonight it was the white light of his true form pouring from his eyes and mouth, terrifying and other worldly and final.  It was his limp body collapsing on the ground, wings emblazoned on either side, like a confirmation stamp of his demise. 

It was pure dread filling Dean’s heart, painful as though his very blood had turned to slushy ice, welling up and spilling over until he couldn’t help but start to cry.  

As always, he awoke to warm, gentle hands on his shoulders, shaking him gently.

“Dean.  Dean!  Wake up, it’s alright.  It’s only a dream.” 

Dean’s still crying, the feeling of hollowness lingering as he instinctively moves closer to the warm body beside him, letting strong arms wrap around him and pull him close. 

“You are dreaming, Dean.  It’s alright, Dean.  You’re alright.” 

“Thought I…lost you again,” Dean sobs into the soft cotton of his undershirt.  “…Thought I lost you.” 

There’s a brief pause, and then,  “…I know, Dean.” Lips press a soft kiss to the top of his head, a gentle confirmation of his presence.  “It’s alright, I’m here.  I’ll always be here.” 

Dean wants so desperately for it to be true.  For now, he just lets himself lie there, pathetic and sobbing and shivering, fingers knotted in the cotton tee shirt as though he alone could keep Cas from leaving him again.

Finally, Dean recovers somewhat.  His breathing slows enough for Cas to inquire, “Are you alright now, Dean?”

Dean pauses, then hesitantly nods his head.  “More’r less,” he mutters, clearing his throat, as though attempting to regain some composure.  

“I’m glad.” 

There’s a brief pause, before Dean punches Castiel in the arm.  

“Ouch,” says Cas, out of politeness.  He really doesn’t feel that sort of pain.  “Was there some particular reason for that, Dean?”

“Yeah,” Dean mutters, snuggling closer to the warmth of his chest.  “You gotta stop dying so damn much.  You’re gonna make me old before my time.”

In spite of himself, Cas smiles, pressing another kiss to the top of Dean’s head.

“I know, Dean.  I know.”   

Best Mistake - Part 1 - Smut

Originally posted by prettiestcaptain

Author: @dumbass-stilinski
Rating: NSFW 18+
Pairing: Stiles Stilinski/Reader
Words: 2,347
AN: IDK I WANTED TO WRITE THIS DON’T JUDGE ME. There’s some Polish in here, I used Google translate so it may not be correct. I left the word meanings at the end. Thanks to @writing-obrien and @celestial-writing for being my pals. Also his hand looks so yummy in this gif. okay bye.

This wasn’t how this was supposed to go. You sat and stared at the little white stick in your hand, the little pink plus sign mocking you. Your eyes swept across the floor to see the other discarded tests around your feet, all with the same result. You were pregnant.

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You Made Flowers Grow in My Lungs, but I Couldn’t Breathe

A/N: hey guys, once again I’m sorry for lack of content. This is really mediocre, but like… Here it is ig. This is based off of a fictional disease called the Hanahaki Disease, where a person will cough up petals and flowers due to unrequited love causing flowers to bloom in that person’s lungs (yeah I dunno but I like the idea okay it’s my blog I do what I please). It’s also loosely based off of some fanart I saw. Anyways, please enjoy, this is my first bmc fanfic, I hope it’s good :)

Pairing: Boyf riends

Word count: 4105 (jesus fuck im so sorry im jst emo abt the musical/book also michael)

Warnings: uhh lots of angst, sad michael, drugs, spoilers from the book ending, like literally almost all the dialogue here is pulled directly from or references something in the book, i think that’s everything?

(also, side note: Even though I’m using events and dialogue from the book, the characters look like how they are in the musical, i.e michael isn’t a white-bread motherfucker, neither is christine)

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It must be so … maybe scary, for Link to be regaining his memories, but having almost no context for them.

In the game, when you get the memory of Mipha, the old Zora guy(Muzu??) asks Link why he’s shaking so much, and Sidon expresses his concern as well, so I decided to draw that!

Holy hell though I really don’t ship Sidon and Link. XD but I still love Sidon :D He’s my favourite side character


“The boy, the bullied boy, was not a character in the original script. He was actually a thought that I had about wanting to see me as a seven-year-old in the movie. I mentioned it to Marc and the writers. I suggested that we see the exact thing that I needed when I was a seven-year-old, to have it happen to a seven-year-old: Spider-Man showing up to give him the strength to find his own inner-strength, even though he’s this incredibly skinny seven-year-old. I’m really proud of that.” - Andrew Garfield

(Spoiler alert for GotG again)

So if I didn’t count wrong, then Stakar’s team as we know it from GotG 2 consists of six people: Stakar, Aleta, Mainframe, Martinex, Charlie-27 and Krrugarr.

And while doing some research for my fanfictions, I realized that, while the Ravager Captains act independent from each other, each with their own crew (which, apparently, all have a different color – Stakar is some kind of dark blue, Aleta black, Yondu is red), they all share the flame badge.



And there are seven tips on the badge. Exactly seven tongues of flames, one in the middle, three on each side.

That makes seven flames for seven Captains.

I dunno, but I really like to headcanon this: The flames represent Stakar’s original team, the core of the Ravagers. The badge was made when Yondu was still part of the team.

He is flame number seven.

And even with Yondu out of the team, after breaking the code - Stakar never changed the design.

And Yondu had one more very good reason to keep the badge, even though he was no longer an official Ravager.

Because it reminded him of his old team, the people he had lost by breaking the code.

anonymous asked:

The current paladins could literally be reincarnations of the former paladins like the personalities of the old paladins before the war are just scary similar to current team.

hmm kinda?? i at least think lance & hunk’s original paladin counterparts seem very similar. and i guess the original green paladin seemed p similar to pidge also. i don’t really think keith is similar to alfor or that shiro is similar to zarkon though? there’s some similarities but on like a surface level they seem very different personality-wise. i do kinda like the idea that the current paladins are like reincarnations of the past paladins though!! although…what would that mean for shiro, lol 

So, Yusuke can replicate skill cards by painting blank ones - the last time we saw something similar was with the Demon Painter in P2, who disappears from the series after that point. Going off the dates, P2 is set firmly in 1999, while P5 was supposed to be 2016 before they changed it thanks to the delays.

Yusuke is around 16 or 17 years old. Yusuke, who fate kind of brings into contact with the Velvet Room; Yusuke, who can inexplicably do something only Velvet Room residents can do, if you include Marie being able to register cards.

I’m not saying that Yusuke got part of the Demon Painter’s essence stuck in him when Philemon disappeared, or is the Demon Painter reborn, or even his son, somehow (though he does conspicuously mention he never really knew anything about his father.)

Still, though.

anonymous asked:

You said: "Mansfield Park is probably the bleakest of Austen novels, and I particularly wished a very specific thing had turned out differently, even though I get why it didn’t, but to me it is a great book" I really want to know what thing you're talking about! Though I have some ideas of course.. Please explain yourself, I am keen to listen :)

Hi anon! I’m glad you’re interested in listening what I have to say.

For those of you who haven’t read Mansfield Park yet and don’t want spoilers, I advise you not to read the rest of this post.

So, what I wished that had turned out differently was Henry Crawford’s story. I really hoped for the reformation of his character. I liked how he went from just wanting to mess with Fanny to genuinely falling in love with her and having, to some extent, transformed. Of course, old habits die hard, and his old ways were stronger than the new conduct he had adopted in his pursuit of Fanny’s affections.

While Austen’s novels aren’t romantic stories, even though romance plays a part in them, Mansfield Park is the least romantic of all of her books. I think that this is probably why so many people dislike it. As I said, this is the bleakest of her novels, the realism of it is quite disconcerting, and almost no one is transformed in the process, at least not in the same manner that, say, Marianne Dashwood or Elizabeth Bennet. This isn’t a criticism of Austen’s writing, quite the contrary. Here she focuses on the importance of constancy and integrity. By this I don’t mean that the characters in Mansfield Parkare flat, because they are not. It’s not that Fanny doesn’t evolve, it’s just that her development is rooted in her constancy and integrity.

I think it’s important to remember that Austen wrote Mansfield Park upon finishing Pride and Prejudice, something that I take as her will to explore different facets of the human condition. And I believe this is connected to her approach towards Henry Crawford.

Of the gallery of rakes written by Austen - Sense and Sensibility’s Willoughby, Pride and Prejudice’s Wickham, Mansfield Park’s Crawford, Persuasion’s Mr. Elliot, and Frank Churchill, Emma’s much lighter version of the trope -, Henry Crawford is the only one I saw myself rooting for. He was the only one I thought that would turn into someone actually good. But then, he just didn’t. He couldn’t really bring himself to change. Contrasting his journey to Darcy’s, even though they pertain to different character tropes and have a very different inner character, shows us that Darcy took his change much closer to his heart.

Fanny’s integrity is deeply rooted in her, and she won’t bend it to the fickle ways of the world. While this is praise worthy, Henry Crawford’s fall into his old habits, which are the total opposite of Fanny’s, is condemnable. The “constancy” of his dissolute behaviour has the exact opposite effect to that of Fanny’s constancy. One must know when it’s necessary to stay the same and when it’s necessary to transform.

That’s why I understand why Henry Crawford fell, being unable to complete the reformation of his character. However, I would have liked very much to see him truly change. As I said before, Austen’s novels aren’t about who the heroine gets to marry in the end, but I’d rather see Fanny paired up with a transformed Henry Crawford than to Edmund Bertram. Henry proposed a challenge to her, not because of his dubious morals, of course, but his quick mind and general disposition would be far more beneficial to her, had he reformed, than a life lived with Edmund. To me, Edmund was never worthy of Fanny. His infatuation with Mary Crawford really speaks against him, and not because Fanny had always been in love with him, but because it shows he didn’t really have a sharp mind. Besides, Henry’s transformation would be inherently connected to who Fanny is, to her morals and to her conduct, providing an interesting take on the theme of the novel (the novel’s narrator even speculates that had he been more patient, Fanny would most likely have accepted him).

I understand Austen’s motives and wishes with the writing of Mansfield Park, but I would have loved to see how she would have conducted Henry’s reformation and the dynamics this would have brought to the narrative.

Do you care to share your thoughts, anon? ;)

anonymous asked:

In response to your last anon ask about the mixtape: I think saying "oh, it could just be an old mixtape he made for himself" or "oh, it's just a thing that totally platonic bros do all the time" ignores the extremely long history of mixtapes being used as a romantic trope? Whether or not people do this IRL, I can't recall ONE moment in fiction where one character gave another a mixtape and it wasn't a romantic pairing.

Psst @ last anon ^

This is a really, really good point. We’re watching fiction. I have never, never seen a mixtape used in fiction as ANYTHING but romantic. (I will gladly accept examples, though.) Unless the show explicitly states that it was Dean’s old tape, we’re kind of supposed to assume that it was made specifically FOR Cas.

I mean…

Personal wishes after reading Ch.145


I really really want Kiri to find out who was that kid who went straight towards the sludge villain back in the earliest times

Because seeing Kiri’s resolve and hard work, I truly do wish he could get to share it with someone he never thought had gone through similar hardships. 

On the flipside, it really, really has me overjoyed that Kiri managed to now inspire his dad  Pro Hero mentor!!!


On that end, while some people are confused about how Mina and Kiri don’t talk much since comin’ to UA… I kinda can relate?

Sometimes you just find more time with many new things or friends and might not engage with your old ones. 

It doesn’t mean you aren’t friends anymore, though! The bonds that strongly built will only stay evermore as you go on your own ways!

anonymous asked:

SPOILER FOR "LARS OF THE STARS" TRAILER: as a Baby Boomer old-school anime fan, I feel the compulsion/obligation to point out a detail that the millennial-and-younger target demographic may not catch, and that had me squeeing: Lars is costumed as Space Pirate Captain Harlock (complete with scar and eye injury, although they're differently positioned.) (Note further that Harlock fought a species of feminine-appearing space aliens bent on conquering Earth.)

Source: Google Images

Definitely not the most representative image of that show, but yeah! 

I will say though, that my age means I haven’t really seen more than a poorly-dubbed part of an episode. I’m sure there might be more parallels and possible tie-ins, but I feel I’m not qualified to talk about them XD

I do appreciate how the Crewniverse draws inspiration from old anime though! Thanks for pointing it out!


I wonder if Feyre will have some sort of connection to the ancient creatures of Prythian in ACOWAR. Perhaps they will be there to aid her court in the battle against Hybern? Or perhaps she has some power that has nothing to do with the seven lords, rather it’s something she was born with (insert Feyre’s missing mother theories) and has yet to know about. 

  • For starters, she’s able to capture the Suriel on multiple occasions and has a quite easy time doing so. Shockingly easy, to be precise, because two High Lords couldn’t even fathom it. 
  • Not only that, but she was kind to the water wraiths and although they’ve supposedly “paid their debt” I doubt they will forget the compassion she showed them, not when everyone else is seemingly the same towards their kind. 
  • Then there’s the Bone Carver and how he granted Feyre answers without asking for more information in return. Of course, she gave him secrets to pay for his riddles, but the Carver took a liking to her that (at least I believe) stretches beyond mere appreciation. He knows something about her heritage or powers or future that she has yet to uncover, and he wants to be on her side when those powers are unfurled in full. 
  • Not to mention Amren is another ancient creature who adores Feyre, although it hasn’t blatantly been stated but the evidence is clearly there. Her actions towards the Inner Circle would make it seem as though she’s familiar with them but remains distant. But with Feyre… Amren immediately took note that she didn’t return with the others and demanded to know where her Lady was. 
  • Oh! And I’d almost forgotten. Feyre literally set the Weaver’s house on fire?? High Lords are terrified of that old blind woman, but Feyre emerged victorious with more than what she’d gone in for. 

All this being said, there is definitely some underlying parallel between Feyre and the ancient beings, and I’m really curious as to what Maas has planned. 


I was tagged by @gaiahypothesims! Thank you Possum! 

Here’s a fun thing: YOU’VE BEEN TAGGED! Let’s talk about your story! Here’s what you do: 1. how many stories are you writing? 2. What’s your favorite story/favorite post you’ve written? 3. Who do you personally ship in your story? 4: Who do you think has had the most character development in your story (bonus: why) 5. Tag 3 story simblrs that you’ve been reading!

1) At the moment I’m just writing one story, Five Years Later.

2) My favourite posts were the ones involving Roy and Sonia’s Wedding, just because they were so much fun and so immersive…there were a couple of days where I pulled all-nighters, which is something I have not done before (not without the aid of anything anyway…I was just on a pure adrenaline high!) My favourite writing posts were the ones centred around Jojo finding Anita doing the nasty with her co-worker Danny and Megan dying …they were so raw and heart-breaking and I worked on them really. really hard and I’m still proud of those posts even though they are quite a few years old now.

3) Jonita and ….*zipping lip emoji* If I tell it will be too much of  a spoiler! But every time I think of them I have to have a lie down ;=)

4) This is very difficult to decide. But after a long think I’d have to say Naomi. I wanted to flesh her out more as a character and as usual I went overboard. But I’m satisfied I know her pretty well now and I can confidently inhabit her mind for short spans of time …it’s exciting in the short term, but doing so for extended periods leaves a very bitter taste in my mouth and makes me want to scrub myself with bleach.

5) I would like to tag @simlishdistractions, @lifeasasim and @lyrea! Cheers dears!