DOES THIS EVEN MAKE ANY SENSE

my two favorite things to draw are tsuna and reborn i cannot explain it and i have no excuse,,

IIB reborn can’t actually go into DWM or even manifest flames physically aside from shooting it out of a gun. but he can make his eyes glow a bit for Enhanced Vision. otherwise does not reflect any light at all. not even if you shine a flashlight into his eyes. they truly are the abyss that gazes back.

‘mocking’ is his default expression. it’s probably just the way his eyebrows work now. (well, that’s what he’ll use as an excuse.)

A little prediction about how I think Deku and Kacchan’ fight will end up

Well, in my last post I wrote about how future Midoriya narrated this chapter with a tone of regret like he made a bad choice. And my feeling that this fight will not end well (read here)

Guys, do you remember the title of the previous chapter? Yes, A meaningless fight. Before I thought that it was about how these two could resolve their problems without a fight, but now after chapter 119 my thoughts changed. I think the title means “this fight will not help the problems that these two have, in fact this will make the things more difficult”

And well, Midoriya different of Bakugou he doest have the same control of his power like Bakugou. So, Midoriya doesnt have the sense of danger that his quirk can cause, even though he believes he does.

Midoriya in this chapter was a bit irresponsible, he normally is a very smart boy that always over thinking everything, but in any moment he considered the possibility that he might miss the intesity of his power or that he would be more stronge (even knowing that One For All is a quirk that just increases more and more the power of the user)~ I would risk to say that Midoriya after reached the 5% he allowed this go to his head.

So, he attacked Bakugou with 8% and apparently the kick will hit Bakugou’s head or his arms.

Now, I was thinking about what could happens if he really hit Bakugou.

Even if Bakugou gets temporarily injured or not, the consequences will be serious. Because: This will not help Bakugou in nothing, he will feel more worse and lower;

Midoriya will feel really bad and guilty, maybe afraid to use One For All again;

And All Might!! Omg, if he discovers what happened… If I was him feel terrible, guilty and disappointed would be the minors of my problems.

Now, what Bakugou will do after this fight is to me the real problem. I hope Horikoshi-sensei doesnt break my heart even more.

PS: Sorry, my english is a shit (ι´Д`)ノ

caslikescoffeeandfreckles  asked:

I think about it literally every day and have even taken it to religious contexts, asking if God can mistakes because I wonder if maybe my existence was a fluke? Like what if someone else was supposed to be born to my mother but god was off fucking around so now I'm here. So then it's like what would my family be like if the right "soul" or whatever had been paired with the body my mother gave birth to. Does that make any sense???

I’m sorry for the late reply, but here it goes. Your existence wasn’t a fluke. You are where you need to be. Even if you don’t think your existence is important or makes a difference, you do. Even if it is a small thing, I think at least in the lives of those people you touch a smile or word from you makes a difference.

Take care sweetheart and have a good day 💕

PEOPLE COMPLAIN THAT THE ENDING DOES NOT MAKE SENSE !

But well bleach never made any sense.

why did urahara put the shikon jewel …. I mean the hogyoku inside Rukia

Why did Rukia lose to a simple hollow …

If substitute soul reaper was already a thing why was Rukia getting punished for it….

Why wasnt Mayuri punished for torturing and killing quinsies , ad it was stated that the soul reaper were honourable ….

Uryu literally chit chatted with Mayuri even though he TORTUTED AND KILLED HIS GRANDFATHER …..

If Aizen already knew about the hogyoku and had means to take it out why the fuck did he not go to the human world and take it…..

The chamber 24 or central 24 or whatever the garbage organisation which could control captains were murdered by aizen , wtf were they and they were never reformed ..so how does the soul society even function …….

Many more left………. FROM ONLY THE FIRST ARC……

I think that this scene, right here, is a glimpse of who Sam will become in the future.

Because, see, he knows now. He knows that he has demon blood inside him, he knows that there is supposed to be a celebrity death match and only one of them will live. So he stands over Jake with the steel bar in his hand and he raises it up, gritting his teeth against the pain in his shoulder and in his heart and with the effort–

And he doesn’t do it.

Despite what he is supposed to be, it’s not who he is. Who he really is.He won’t allow himself to become that. He is not a killer. He is not evil. Demon blood or not he is innocent in the very sense of the word. He protects people from the very thing that is telling him to kill Jake. To be the last one standing. And he won’t do it, because it’s not who he is.

And so later, when Sam drinks the demon blood and goes so far off the rails that if Dean didn’t know him, he would want to hunt him, he remembers this. Everything that he does is for love or for the greater good. That’s who he is.

One of my favorite phrases my Creative Writing professor had for when you’re writing fantasy is ‘giving your story a Flux Capacitor’.

Because it’s not real, it doesn’t exist. But the way it’s thrown into Back to the Future, at no point does it throw the audience off or suspend any more disbelief than time travel would. You believe Doc when he says he created the Flux Capacitor - the thing that makes time travel possible, because the universe never questions him. 

So it essentially means like, there are going to be elements to your universe that are just not gonna make any sense, even if you set up a whole system based on it. And the only way to make it work is completely own it. You cannot second-guess your system or else the reader will too. You can give it the strangest explanation, but write it like you own it.  

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Isak + the symbolism of his internal struggle of opening up to himself and accepting his sexuality. The progression as his locker is cluttered with mess, Even’s help of getting Isak to open the locker, and ultimately Isak being able to open it without any struggle. He looks at his locker, shocked that he doesn’t have to face the trouble of opening the locker or accepting himself anymore.

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“Men are born to sin…What does matter most, is not that we err, it is that we do benefit from our mistakes, that we are capable of sincere repentance, of genuine contrition.” 

The Sunne in Splendour

all of the celebrities, the people in power, even the republicans who were for hillary and somehow he’s still winning? it does not make sense. it does not make any sense

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 make me choose

jaimeswhitecloak asked: house lannister or house martell

What I don’t get about the ‘resources’ argument is, how exactly do asexuals waste LGBT resources if we don’t need them? If being ace won’t get you kicked out of your home, you won’t need housing. If being ace won’t get you fired, you won’t need the financial backup. If being ace doesn’t put you at physical risk, you won’t need the protective services that the LGBT community can muster.

If, on the other hand, being ace does cause you to deal with any of the above, then the resources aren’t being ‘wasted’ – they’re going toward the safety and well-being of somebody who’s being punished for not being straight. Isn’t that the point of those resources to begin with?

I’m honestly confused how this argument even works. The only way it makes sense is if we’re walking up to a community that we have zero need of, and they’re just going ‘okey-dokey! 8D’ and handing us shit we clearly don’t need. Is that what y’all are trying to say? I’m honestly curious.

So apparently all the fanfic writers seem to agree that Ahkmenrah has the fighting skills of a true professional and fights with the sleek, elegant grace of a cat which is cool. But. I offer you instead to imagine all them getting into some kind of scuffle and the whole museum is fighting and then Larry spots Ahk just. Hitting people with the tablet. Which he also uses as a shield. Bullets and stuff just bounce off the tablet. It is indestructible. Ahk is like: “Nice”

ok here’re my thoughts on the quote “there’s not a single witch or wizard who went bad who wasn’t in slytherin”

first, this obviously isn’t 100% true. i think we’ve all established that peter pettigrew is a notable exception, so we can just skip over that.

second, think about who says this quote. it’s ron weasley, first year (i’m pretty sure), before they’re even at hogwarts. this is an eleven year old speaking, one who only knows about people in slytherin from a second hand perspective - what he’s heard on the news and read in the paper and heard from his parents and brothers. seeing as both molly and arthur and all his older brothers were gryffindors, they probably didn’t have any slytherin friends because of the rivalry. so, the only slytherins ron had probably heard of were the ones being locked up in azkaban for consorting with voldemort or the ones his brothers complained about (and he probably also heard his parents’ comments of “oh i went to school with mulciber!! he was nasty”).

and third, and something i’ve been thinking a lot about, is that actually this statement has a very logical explanation. think about the way wizarding society is set up and the way that voldemort recruits his followers. kids are placed into houses based on the traits that they value, not that they possess. this is really obviously seen in the fact that harry wanted to be in gryffindor, so he was put there. he didn’t want to be put in slytherin, so he wasn’t. while he wasn’t really informed enough about houses and house values to know if he “valued” cunning, ambition, etc, the sorting hat obviously sorted him based on what he wanted. and this couldn’t have been something that only happened to harry - i’m sure there were many kids who didn’t even know what they truly valued and were sorted somewhere that they thought had traits they didn’t embody only to find, as the years passed, that they fit right in.

another thing that we see from the books is that what house you’re in is very often the same as your parents/at least one (the black family in slytherin, james saying on the train that his dad and his dad’s dad etc had been in gryffindor, the weasleys, etc). obviously, there isn’t some weird, like, hufflepuff gene that gets passed onto a wizard/witch’s child. so then why does this happen?

if you couple the facts that houses are similar throughout a family and you’re placed based on what you value with the fact that before they turn eleven years old, wizards/witches (especially purebloods) are at home with their parents and possibly a governess/tutor their parents have hired, then this is easy to answer. whatever values the children’s parents had (aka what got them sorted into their house) were pushed upon the child. where else would they gather opinions on the wizarding world? young minds are very impressionable, and people look up to their parents their whole life. and, even if a governess was hired, pureblood families who had pureblood-supremacy leanings probably hired people who felt the same way. so, by the time these kids get to hogwarts, their values reflect their parents’, and they’re placed into the same house. and obviously this isn’t some kind of blanket statement because there’re exceptions to everything but generally this is probably how things worked.

so, it makes sense that all these people who believe in blood supremacy are in the same house. tom riddle was a slytherin, and he was the type to keep a close-knit circle. he liked feeling included, and loved excluding others. it goes without saying that he probably wouldn’t have interacted with people of other houses much. when he started pitching his ideas about blood supremacy to his close friends, they were all slytherins and purebloods (because, honestly, tom riddle wouldn’t have wanted to associate with anyone else). so, when these people had kids, they were sorted into slytherin because of the values they had learned of cunning and ambition, but they were also probably blood supremists because their parents had impressed that idea on them too. 

and that’s why “there’s not a single witch or wizard who went bad who wasn’t in slytherin” is an almost fair statement. it’s not because they were slytherin that they went bad. it’s because over time, the slytherin house gained that value of blood supremacy through teaching and familial values, and so these were the people that voldemort recruited onto his side and who wanted to join.