..what they really said

anonymous asked:

Genji and/or Hanzo (separate of course) with a s/o who has dragons but isn't a Shimada?

Genji


  • He’s shocked
    • Despite being a rebel he never questioned what his family said
    • He really should have
  • He would love to see them
    • He’ll show you his
    • The dragons hesitantly sniffing each other
  • He absolutely adores them
    • Finding them so cute

Hanzo


  • He’s speechless
    • He honestly believed that only Shimada’s could control the dragon
    • But you were going to end up a Shimada regardless
    • So he guessed it was no problem
  • You’d tease him
    • Telling him that the two of them can play doctor with their dragons
    • His face growing hard but there was a distinguishable blush on his face
  • He thinks that it should have been obvious
    • A person such as you was worthy of a dragon

madisam  asked:

Hi Rin! I love your blog btw! In the recent Eat Jin around the 31min mark, jimin says he has something to tell everyone and I think he said that Jin said he was considerate in public with the other members? Or it's that the younger members are the ones being considerate? I didn't really understand what he meant. Could you further explain what he meant? It's ok if you don't have time to answer this but thanks in advance!

this is what jimin said:

“guys, i have sth i really really want to tell you. jin-hyung once said this in public ‘i act like this for the sake of the kids’ (the younger members). i’ll leave it to your judgement. whether it’s him who match his actions to our (mentality), or it’s us who have to match our actions to his (mentality), please think about it.”

anonymous asked:

How do you manage to write everything I'm thinking abt haha ?! 'specially abt hook killing emma's grand father, I've always wanted to give hook a chance (i'm a fan of redemptions) but after that scene I just couldn't anymore, it was like a slap, a wake up call of sorts ? 'not everyone is redeemable' is what snow said !

They are really trying to make the audience lose sympathy, but subtly. Rationally we can follow the reasonings we are offered. “Yes, it’s true, it was a long time ago, I guess we already knew he was a murderer.” Yet subconsciously that won’t sit well with us because of this recent introduction.

I actually wouldn’t mind a real redemption arc for Hook. A karmic one, like Regina’s redemption. One that actually makes the point that you cannot make someone else responsible for your happy ending without consequences. I don’t mind villains or flawed characters and I don’t like pointless suffering. What I do like in stories are lessons that make sense, that are relevant to the character.

If I want him to lose Emma, it’s because when he first saw her, he reduced her to an object - which lasted for a very long time. He didn’t take no for an answer, disregarded her defensive body language completely, sexually assaulted her - which, yes, I think threatening to rape a woman is different from challenging her in a sword fight of equals. If you use gender-related violence to make your villain more villainous, you need to address that gender-related violence in said villain’s redemption. Instead he relentlessly went for the girl and essentially got rewarded for it. I want it to be revealed Emma used him just as much as a quick fix to make up for lost time with her parents. That is a punishment that fits the crime. To be used just because you look half decent and are the right gender for the task. Losing Emma could be the start of his real redemption. Provided he sees that she did to him what he set out to do to her from the beginning. There are plenty of signs he still sees her as a possession and not as a person. 

He goes far to protect her and save her. He traded his ship for her and somehow it feels like she now is his new ship. He was protective of the object as well. That doesn’t prove partnership, it proves ownership and a strong sense of entitlement. He doesn’t seem to see her as a person with feelings and needs beyond what matters to him. Loving her also means taking into account that what happens to the people she loves will affect her too. Keeping her safe, means keeping her family safe. Even just in the last episode. Snow embraced him completely, David has just forgiven him right away after finding out he killed his father. Meanwhile he can’t even hide his childish frustration about being interrupted when he was about to have sex? Emma is making it clear what her wishes are. She doesn’t want Snow to feel uncomfortable in that moment. Of course Snow was overstepping. And they should have a conversation about boundaries… but he cannot show compassion for a minor infringement towards the people who have shown him so much compassion and trust? I’d be embarrassed for myself and on my partner’s behalf if they needed to make it that clear to my mother how important sex was to them by displaying their anger and getting a shower to cool off.

If we then get to see what Hook really needs to confront to become a profoundly changed person, then it becomes more obvious what went wrong the first time around. They never let him hit rock bottom in a way that felt relevant to his crimes. His arc was written to show how trying to save people - having a Savior complex and making yourself responsible for others’ happy endings - doesn’t work in the long run. You take people’s learning and growth away by not letting them change their own behavior in response to the negative consequences.

I’d be okay with Hook getting a real redemption arc that deals with his sexism and the underlying issues that caused them. However, I also think it should initially be far away from women and he should definitely not end up with Emma after everything they’ve been through because that would be a horrible message. So I’m not sure if Snow’s words apply to Hook and although I can’t say I’d be terribly upset if they were about him… I’d also gain hope from seeing a man realize women are people.

unholyverse imagery our lady of sorrows

Mikey looked down at Frank’s hands, clasped loosely in front of him. He was bundled up in layers, his sleeves coming all the way down to his fingers. 

“You have kind of a weird thing for Mary, dude.”

“She makes me feel peaceful,” Frank said.

Mikey couldn’t really see what was peaceful about a crying woman with swords in her heart, but okay.

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Mrs. Landingham

So yesterday I reblogged a photoset of Mrs. Landingham with a remark in the tags about how I wanted to do an AU fic of Mrs. Landingham in a universe where her sons didn’t die. I think it could be a neat story, short vignettes maybe. I get these ideas all the time and jot them down in a Word doc for later in case I need inspiration. Maybe sometime I will write it. 

Anyway, I was browsing in the kitchen tonight when my husband, who is the source of most of my best and worst fic prompts said “What you really need to do is write the absolutely most evil West Wing fic prompt ever.” 

“The Erotic Adventures of Glen-Allen Walken?” I guessed with a shudder. (He has suggested this to me several times, it was orginally an alternative prompt to the one I wrote Achieving Mediocrity from.) 

“No, no, that’s a tenderhearted exploration of an older man finding satisfaction in carnal love,” he assured me. “This is the one where Mrs. Landingham’s sons just show up one day at the White House.” 

“What?” 

“And they explain to Charlie that she tells everybody that story. It’s just her way.” 

By now I was laughing. “ ‘You won’t come home for Christmas? You’re both dead to me!’ She tells everybody that. Shes the Lwaxana Troi of the White House.”

“But it’s hard to tell because she’s got that deadpan personality,” he added. “And the other staffers are all ‘She got us with that story too. And it was especially weird on the campaign because they were helping out!’” 

“’You should’ve seen Donna after she heard the story, when Andrew showed up at the campaign office in the middle of the night!’”

My husband took up Mrs. L’s voice. “Yeah, and that was the first time she jumped in your arms, wasn’t it, Lyman? You’re welcome!” 

I laughed pretty hard at that and agreed it was definitely the evilest story. But he wasn’t done. “But think about the President! ‘She does this sort of thing all the time! I had my concession speech IN MY HAND before she told me she was joking on Election Night!’” 

“Mrs. Landingham told him he needed an older sister. She didn’t tell him that sometimes older sisters are mean bullies!” 

“’There needs to be one person in this world who can still give you noogies, Mr. President, and that’s me.’” 

And that is how we invented the story of Chaotic Neutral Mrs. Landingham, the greatest evil story never told. 

Mist/Mint/Rose Dragon

Hello i know you guys wanted my dragon and i was going to sell him but because everyone was being rude and mean towards me and i don’t need the Nativity i have enough of that already if you want i can put you on a ping list for one of Dreams babies and also please stop complaining about me it really doesn’t do anything but make me famous and gives me more attention that i have wanted. I am not a mean rude person i have a disability and i don’t know nor understand when i am typing if i sound rude or mean towards people i really do apologize for that and for what i said before its just i don’t need to be getting bullied because of the stuff i do so please if you would kindly stop i would appreciate it thank you and have a wonderful Day/Night

orangespacerocks  asked:

I know I'm in no place to make your decisions, but after reading what ace means to you, I find your situation most similar to demisexuality. This is where you feel literally no sexual attraction AT ALL until you've formed a strong enough emotional bond with someone.

Yep. That’s not what I said though.

I appreciate you taking an interest, really, but I know what I’m talking about.

I was working today at the pet store and a kid came in with his mum, asking me where the small animals were. I showed them where they were and asked them a bit about themselves to get an idea of the home the animal would go to and if it was safe. I asked the little boy what animal he wanted and said ‘I would really like a hamster’. His mother interrupted slightly and said ‘He wants a dog terribly and I’ve said he can have one its just I’m not too good with larger animals’. The little boy then said ‘That’s ok mummy, I don’t need a dog, I just want you to be happy’. I was filled with joy instantly due to the fact there was a such kind, generous and loving kid in a world full of rude, selfish and horrid people. I wanted to bow down to this mother and say how wonderful she was for raising him so well… accept I didn’t. I didn’t say anything, i just carried on talking about the hamsters. Looking back i wish I had, remembering the blue and purple marks under her eyes, the lines around her mouth and her slumped posture. She deserved to be told she was an amazing woman, but I doubt she will be. It may seem silly to you but to me, that has to be one of the most important times I should of spoke my mind, I regret not doing so. I want to remind myself and you to always tell someone how awesome they are if you truly believe so, because life’s too short and that comment could mean the world to them. 

here’s the thing: I liked la la land. It was a cute movie. the dancing was fun. cinematography wise? breathtaking

but you know what really, really bothered me while I was watching it?

all of the diversity in the background

they’re in LA. there’s men and women of every color dancing and singing in the opening number. it really reflects how diverse and wonderful LA really is!

and then the story begins and we zoom in on… two white people falling in love

one of whom is obsessed with preserving Jazz as a musical genre

look me in the eyes and TELL ME WHY a white actor had to play that role

Jazz has DISTINCTLY black roots

we could have had an interracial couple

HELL, we could have had a struggling black musician and a struggling black actress trying to get her big break

and it sucks because while I DO love Gosling and Stone and they did a great job

all I can do is look at the movie and feel the POTENTIAL that it had, had they casted their leads differently

so yeah it bothers me when they act like la la land was “such a feat” and they were “worried it wouldn’t have an audience” when like… come on. two well known white leads falling in love. gimme a break.

youtube

Mamma Mia

So I just remembered that 1D did a short ABBA cover a while back. It starts at :34.

“That was so cute..” 😳Oh, my dear…where do I go from here?? 😚❤️❤️ YugBam are so very essential in ones everyday life.

jungkook: “ayo? ladies and… gentlemen?”

jimin: “no. no, no, no.” 

jungkook: “jeon jungkook has arrived!”

jimin:jesus…”

“and he brought company! everyone, meet my boyfriend!”

jungkook: “name: park jimin! age: 22! sex: i mean, pretty amazing…”

jimin: “oh my god-”

jungkook: “yeah so, sorry we’re a little late. the ride here was… well… you know what they say, you can’t park jimin without riding him.”

jimin: “JUNGKOOK!”

“um. y-yeah. it’s n-nice to finally meet you all. m-my name is park jimin and i am… so sorry.”


gif credit: jjks jeonsshi jayfatuasian bwibelle parkjmin

more of this youtuber au

Am I the only one that doesn’t care at all that Mon El said that he loved Kara before Sanvers have said it? Like the relationship between Kara and Mon El is messy and lacks development, so I’m not surprised that he said that he loved her so quickly. In all honesty he may not even truly love her, she’s just the first person he’s truly been attached to and not a hook up, which he was doing on Daxam. 

BUT Sanvers has been developed and I’m just waiting for that special moment that they actually say it. Not some type of “I’m saying this cause I don’t want to lose you bullshit,” but they say it cause it’s true. Cause they truly can’t live without one another and love each other, ride or die. When they do say it, it will be impactful and not easily forgotten like Mon El’s confession.