I-FEEL-BAD-FOR-HIM

This episode’s old and has been mentioned before, but after Lance comes out of the healing pod he starts flirting with Allura 

And then you see Keith after, while everyone just looks done/tired with Lance, he literally just looks jealous and pissed off saying: “Classic.”

But if you think about it, Keith is probably annoyed that Lance doesn’t realize that they just had a “bonding moment” and then to make it even worse Lance completely forgets about the bonding moment…LOL I just feel so bad for Keith here.

He’s probably so stressed out because everyone else is getting all the love and Lance doesn’t even remember that he defended him against Zendak and “bonded” with him too. 

(And to make it even better he was so impatient waiting for Lance to heal because he probably thought: “Hey, we had a moment, maybe we’re friends, I actually kinda care about him and his well-being now.” But then Lance just comes out and doesn’t even acknowledge Keith and it’s actually really sad?)

(Look how excited he was when Lance comes out, Keith barely ever smiles!)

This just makes me feel really bad for Keith because he’s probably not used to having connections/moments with people like he did with Lance, so he probably felt really horrible when Lance forgot. 

He really valued that bonding moment…He’s not even real and I just wanna give him a hug tbh. 

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@soulmatesjjp @zero-for-effort @leaderbum Sjdjs it’s so embarrassing but

Him: you have an android right?
Me: yea why?
Him: mines broken can you fix it?
Me: i dont think I can, what’s wrong with it?
Him: it doesn’t have your number on it
Me: SCREMINGSJD

The lengths I would go to hear her laugh — there were no limits. I loved her and loved making her laugh. She would do these crazy things and make me do these crazy things, but I really don’t think they were crazy after all. In a way, it was a defense mechanism for her. She was so off the wall, she could use it as protection. Part of what was so poignant about her was that she was vulnerable, that there was this glimmer of a little girl that was so appealing and it roused the protective nature in my personality.

I’m grateful that we stayed friends and got to have this second act with the new movies. I think it was reassuring to her that I was there, the same person, that she could trust me, as critical as we could sometimes be with each other. We ran the gamut over the years, where we were in love with each other, where we hated each other’s guts. “I’m not speaking to you, you’re such a judgmental, royal brat!” We went through it all. It’s like we were a family.

When you were in her good graces, you couldn’t have more fun with any person on the planet. She was able to make you feel like you were the most important thing in her life. I think that’s a really rare quality. And then you could go 180 degrees opposite, where you were furious with one another and wouldn’t speak for weeks and weeks. But that’s all part of what makes a relationship complete. It’s not all one sided. Like I say, she was a handful. She was high maintenance. But my life would have been so much drabber and less interesting if she hadn’t been the friend that she was.

yakov is a good guy coaching a team of born drama queens and after the gpf i hope he takes a monthlong vacation to the bahamas

askcaitlinthehedgehog  asked:

I'm sorry if your not doing these at the moment but can you please do B1 with Mooching Hobo

this level of cuteness should be illegal



Hobo belongs to @loverofpiggies

Do you know how bad I feel for Newt? It’s made obvious that he tried really hard to save the girl from Africa who was an obscurist, but she died. It’s also shown that this took a large toll on him, and once he saw that Credence was one too, it was like his second chance to save someone. He didn’t want to mess this one up, but then Credence ended up dying as well. I can only imagine what he must have thought when he realized that once again he failed to help someone in that situation.

I’ve just kind of had this idea floating around in my head all day about Cas owning a cozy little bookstore. He keeps it open 365 days a year, because he wants it to be a safe space for people. He knows first hand that, especially around holiday season, not everyone has somewhere to go. And he’s made it his mission since he opened two years ago to make sure everyone has somewhere to go if they don’t want to be alone.

So when Dean, a frequent customer the past few months, (and a frequent star in Cas’ day dreams) offers him a chair at their Thanksgiving feast tomorrow night, he politely declines, and advises Dean he will be working.

‘Can’t be working on Thanksgiving Cas! What the hell are you gonna eat? That’s the best part of the whole day!’ Cas just shakes his head, and apologizes. When Dean persists, questioning why Charlie can’t run the place for the day, he explains that Charlie is meeting Dorothy’s parents, and he doesn’t mind working.

Thanksgiving morning, Dean stops by to try and convince him one last time to close up and come to Sam’s with him, Cas states harshly, 'Not everyone has a place to go for the holidays, Dean. I didn’t have a place to go for twelve years after my parents kicked me out. I NEED to be here so no one is in that situation if they don’t want to be! NO ONE should be alone during the holidays.’ And while Dean is taken aback by the tone, he mutters an apology and leaves.

Cas spends most of the day by himself, a teenage girl comes in around ten, and then he doesn’t see anyone else until four. The older gentleman leaves around four thirty, and though neither of them make a purchase, he’s still glad he was here. When the bell at the door rings again around seven, Cas is happy to see someone else in need. However when he turns the corner from the aisle he was reorganizing, he sees Dean, arms full of bags. From their transparency, he sees a bag of dinner rolls, what he believes is several Tupperware containers full of mashed potatoes, turkey, gravy, and stuffing, and the unmistakable circular outline of a pie tin.

'What is this, Dean? Shouldn’t you be at Sam’s?’

'You were right, Cas. No one should be alone on Thanksgiving.’

Taehyung Stigma Live Performance

Honestly, can people stop disrespecting taehyung for his stigma performance, saying that he can’t sing and that the high notes are out of his range? It’s fucking annoying when clearly people who went to the concert and heard it live are saying that they got emotional and that he sounded amazing. Even if it’s not true, these people don’t have a right to compare him to Jimin or Jungkook, Jin neither. He has a deep voice, we all know that. You can’t expect him to hit these notes perfectly when he’s obviously nervous and trying his hardest. He has worked so hard. He isn’t a singer for no reason, you know? Imagine how he would feel if he saw those ugly comments. Maybe he already did. People who know nothing about singing just shouldn’t complain at all because this boy has one of the best voices I have ever heard. Stop complaining and if you want to, go up onto a stage and hit his high notes. Live, loves. Stop disrespecting Taehyung and saying that he isn’t a good singer. Thank you.

Can we take a moment to talk about Georgi though?

Because as hilarious as he and his antics may be (and God bless him, I love him), I think the show actually tells us more about him. And while it would also be easy to just write him off as an entitled douche or a creep through scenes like this one

I think there’s also more to him than that.

Honestly, more than anything I think his defining characteristic is that he is head over heels in love with a girl who just doesn’t feel the same, not to mention a girl that has already moved on and is already engaged iirc with her new boyfriend. It’s a tragic love story if you think about it.

Let’s go back to ep 6 to explore this. If we look back at their own photos, we can all see that Anya is clearly uncomfortable, but let’s also look at Georgi

He looks so happy and he obviously must also be proud of his girlfriend if he wants to share their pictures with the whole world (especially that it’s Anya herself who uploads them). I think that boy is so ridiculously in love with her that he’s blinded to the reality that she doesn’t even feel a small percentage of that for him.

Which is why he’s so heartbroken when she leaves him for her current boyfriend/fiance (and we even see a visual representation of this when he genuinely cries during his performance).

That’s what he portrays in his short program - the feeling of betrayal and wanting revenge. That much we already understood in episode 6. What’s interesting is that this bleeds over to episode 7.

Remember how he said that he’s an evil witch, casting a curse on Anya that will make her sleep for eternity? It’s clearly a sleeping beauty reference but my favorite thing is that he follows this up by wanting to be the prince who will save her in his free skate program on day 2 of the China Cup. (Good job, Georgi, very consistent.) Like, on one hand he wants her to repent and come groveling back to him and on the other he’s wiling to be the forgiving one, ‘the bigger person’, which is absolute fuckboy behavior I mean look at this guy

After all that happen he still thinks he can be her prince. Which you could say is just cocky and entitled and so so self-righteous, and yeah, it is, but let’s think about how much he must love her to get so desperate about wanting to keep her. Like yeah, it gets absolutely creepy later on, and it is definitely a twisted form of love, but I think he genuinely thinks that there’s a part of Anya that wants him back (poor boy)

Even seeing her happy in her instagram pictures, he thinks that some part of her wants him to save her and yeah, that’s not the case, but he’s so convinced that this girl who he loved so much wouldn’t just leave him that he’s coming up with any reasons he can to believe that she still has feelings for him.

And he does explicitly express his feelings:

In the end Anya rejects him (as she very well should) and he is so shaken that he messes up his program and doesn’t advance to the further stage of the Grand Prix Series.

All in all though, rather than saying he’s a fuckboy who thinks he’s entitled to a girl’s love and he’s the only one who can have it and will win it back (even when the girl in question has clearly moved on), I think it’s more accurate to say that he particularly loved Anya, perhaps considered her his true love or something of the like and that’s why he so desperately clung to his fantasy where she still loves him. And it’s sad - on multiple levels. One of them being the fact that he just can’t face reality and go on with his life and it’s just sad to watch someone who’s so delusional, another that he is actually heartbroken and is coming up with all of these reasons and excuses because it all hurts him so much.

Personally, I think Anya did the right thing by leaving him, especially that she’s happy now, but Georgi’s story definitely is a tragic one, whether or not you decide to treat it seriously.

I hope that one day we get to see him be happy.