does this make sense? 06 (m)

pairing: Yoongi x reader

warnings: smut (not extremely detailed), drama, angst, College! Yoongi

words:  9,594

 summary: You meet the mysterious Yoongi at a house party and no matter how interested you tell yourself that you are, you can’t say no to him. Can you end up changing his playboy ways, or will you just end up getting hurt?

 note. Buckle up your seat belts guys, it’s getting angsty, and I’m crying

 p.s. There wasn’t originally meant to be any smut in this, but I got so sad about writing the end of this part I added some (not extremely detailed) in just to cure my heartbreak

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It had been a couple of days since Yoongi’s slight outburst, and you hadn’t really heard anything from him other than a couple of texts here and there. You were still grounded. Yeah, that was still happening, and you began to wonder if you would ever see the light of day ever again. Other than school and sneaking out at night once or twice a week you were imprisoned. It had been three weeks and your parents were unrelenting.

It was lunch time when your phone buzzed.

[Yoongi] Let me take you home today, I don’t have class

It was nothing new, Yoongi had dropped you off home a few times since you banned from going out, but you were still dubious. What if Dohyun saw you? You still weren’t talking to him since your bust up, both carefully avoiding each other when it came to classes you shared with each other, or when it was lunch.

[Yoongi] Comeeee on. I want to speak with you it’s important!!!

His lack of patience annoyed you but his words seemed very ominous. His behaviour from the other night still had you worried. It was the first time he seemed to express his feelings, all be it cryptic, and even though it ended with him saying he liked you, it didn’t make you feel any better. His words had been comforting back in the car, but now, a couple of days later, they were just playing in your mind, reminders of his frosty face as he pulled up on the curb, of the uncomfortable silence that had filled the car, and the way he’d punched the window. It wasn’t normal behaviour and you knew something must have aggravated him that night… you were just too scared to ask.

[You] Keep your hair on! I’ll see you at 4

It was best just to see what he wanted. Maybe he’d cooled down since then, but you hoped it wasn’t a carry on. For some reason, you were scared to bring it up…

[Yoongi] :) see you then

You felt yourself smile at his reply. Maybe his important thing wasn’t so serious at all…?

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Seeing how Kuki gets excited over the little things she loves every season the same seeing it as they all bring something new a special. She keeps track of the first day of every season and when the seasonal changes might start happening. She wakes up Wally early when she can feel it happening and forces him to wait with her for the first few leaves to fall in autumn or for snow to fall in winter or for new flowers to bloom in spring makes the days stretch out in summer to show how the days are longer ect. He makes a big fuss but secretly likes it and wonders why she chooses him to watch with her (he has no idea)but never asks not wanting to interrupt her fun.

adementedfangirl  asked:

Hey! ^-^ I'm writing a story set in the 18th century, but the characters don't quite feel right, and I don't know why. I guess they don't feel... complex enough. I've been planning this story for a while so it's really bugging me. Also, I want to have a shrewd, ruthless, and cunning antagonist. How can I get my readers to hate him while also being curious about him and what makes him that way? Does that make sense? Thanks for listening and have a good day!

I think it’s always good to see if the characters fit the purpose they’re supposed to serve in the story and if their characteristics match. Also it’s always good to write up a proper backstory and see how this backstory affects the characters directly or indirectly. Also lots of research but I just assume you’re doing that ;)

As for the antagonist: If you try too hard to make people hate him they will love him. Especially if he’s a dude. What would be a good start for a solution probably would be for readers having to “work” to understand why he’s like that. Like even if you disclose the reasons why he is like that I’d advise you not to do it in the readers face. Maybe try being more metaphorical about it. It’s hard to find a line between people disliking the antagonist and people immediately turning him into a “poor cinnamon roll”. Another good thing would be to not have him be the obvious antagonist. Of course I don’t know your stories set up, but many stories have a very clear good vs. bad set up and that would probably be not too fitting. 

That’s all I can think of right now, not sure if any of this helps. But I know the seedlings are super creative as well, so if any of you have some good tips: GO WILD!

        headcanon! while this is an incredibly touchy subject to some, it is an integral part of HAYATO’S CHARACTER — a part of which highlights his personality further, and adds to a list of differences between himself and Ayan-o Aish-i/Yander-e-chan.

hayato as a child STILL showed violent and/or aggressive traits, though in a more obtrusive sense. they were NOT masked, and many of these traits were brushed to the side, as his family ( particularly his MOTHER ) didn’t know how to deal with them. as one of ( if not the ONLY genetically male Aishi in the family. ) even his father didn’t show too much concern until they noticed his behavior towards other living creatures.

insects, frogs, small animals, anything living he could grab and hold onto for extensive periods of time without issue were victims of his violent behavior. unlike Ayan-o, he did find a sense of joy in harming, torturing, and inevitably KILLING the aforementioned. while it first started off as an innate curiosity, it was something he continuously did until his own reputation was at stake for it. that would’ve been sometime in elementary school in about SECOND GRADE. around age seven he started to notice other’s reactions to his behavior, and started to notice how their behavior/opinions towards him AFFECTED how they viewed/trusted him.

by then he had already made a habit of lying to lessen punishments, to try and cover for himself or (rarely) someone else, or in general to get his way. but eventually these behaviors become something he couldn’t lie about/couldn’t cover for, so he eventually forced himself to change. while he will still kill bugs/animals if he can get away with it unscathed, he’s suppressed any desire to, at risk of losing his reputation.

Hell-Oh Baby 🎃 (Pt.2)

Originally posted by twice-ooh

Prompt: Wonho is an incubus with a strange obsession. Y/N is just trying to get through college and pass her mid-terms. or The misadventures of a horny incubus and a poor, college student. 🎃 (Wonho/Reader)

PT1 PT2 …

genre: romance, comedy
warning; language, mentions of sex, nothing too heavy tho mainly mischief.
A/N: Thank you to everyone for the response to part 1!! Hope you enjoy this update!!

“So you’re telling me that our kiss, is why people can suddenly see you?”

“Well I can’t be sure but thats my guess, yes.” Wonho said nonchalantly, putting his arms behind his head and shifting around until he was comfortable on your bed. You scoffed and slapped his stomach, he whined but didn’t move an inch.

“How does that make sense? You kissed me when we met!”

“Well in my defense I’ve never been stuck around a human for so long,” He rolled his eyes. “Usually girl’s just give it up but since you insist on being so stubborn.”

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Fairy Tail

Ok, so I’ve been seeing some theories that Irene is Erza from the future. Especially after Irene told Erza, “I am you and you are me”. But for me that does not make sense, I’m not saying it’s wrong I just personally don’t see it. First of all because Irene tried to kill Erza. If Erza is her from the past then that wouldn’t work because then Irene wouldn’t be around. What makes more sense is that maybe she’s her mother, clone, sister or twin sister. Also they have completely different powers. I know you can learn new powers but you’d think she still use her old powers. Plus how could Erza turn evil, I mean it’s Erza. I could also see Irene being Erza from Edolas. I guess we’ll just have to wait.

Ever since ITV Victoria aired, there has been a debatte on tumblr between those who think that the eponymous queen is too romanticised, both in the show as well as by many historians, and those who disagree.

For some reason, what has caused especially much controversy was several people`s stating, even when supported by facts, that Queen Victoria was a bad mother. Excuses for her behaviour have ranged from “others were worse” to “but she wasn`t actually, she even raised her Hessian grandchildren when their mother died.”

Now I will not go in length into Victoria`s treatment of her children; others have done so before me. I will just go into the second claim, which I have seen repeated far too often now.

First things first: Queen Victoria did not raise her daughter Alice`s children after Alice`s death. She was close to them, but she did not raise them. In fact, the very claim does not make all that much sense; Alice`s children were not, primarily, Queen Victoria`s grandchildren. They were Hessian princes and princesses, and the oldest - and by the time of Alice`s death, only - boy, Ernst Ludwig, was heir to the throne of the dukedome of Hesse-Darmstadt.

They were not just private citizens. They were political entities as well, whether they wanted to be or not, and Darmstadt was not just a province of Queen Victoria. It was a sovereign state in which Victoria, technically, did not have a say. All influence she had was through informal means through her relatives, and she was not in any way, shape or form entitled to it. She could not have just removed the heir to raise him in England, even had she been so inclined.

In addition to that, his future Hessian subjects were quite anti-English in their stance, and though Alice herself had become very popular, Queen Victoria was not looked at with favour in Darmstadt since she had scorned their ducal palace when Alice married, and demanded that a daughter of hers needed something grander - a demand Alice did not agree with. Removing her Hessian grandchildren from their home would therefore not only in all likelihood have been quite jarring for the children personally, it would have also been political folly and almost certainly created unnecessary problems for Ernst Ludwig once he inherited the throne. Doing that would have been selfish.

I suspect the claim that she did comes from the fact that in her letters, Victoria, after Alice`s death, showed an interest in their upbringing and in some ways seemed determined to replace Alice. However, even then she showed many of the traits which had made her own children`s life difficult. Manfred Knodt, Ernst`s biographer, who is very pro-Victoria, states:

“Die Großmutter Victoria in England übernahm einen Teil der Mutterpflichten. Sie lud ihre Darmstädter Enkel häufig ein, und machte sich Mühe, ihren Lebensweg zu erleichtern und auch zu bestimmen. -

The grandmother Victoria in England assumed some of the duties of a mother. She often invited her Darmstadt grandchildren and made an effort to relieve and also dictate their lives. (Emphasis mine, translation mine.)”

This went beyond suggestions and advice. As a matter of fact, Victoria presumed to decide over Ernst`s education and in a letter to Ernst`s older sister spoke openly about pushing his father, who happened to be not only closer to his own son but also the sovereign ruler of his own dukedom, to do something with Ernst she thought should be done.

Knodt quotes the letter as follows.

“Ich muss ein ernstes Wort über den lieben Ernie sagen. Herr Muther hat mir einen Bericht über die Studien gegeben, und ich muss sagen, Ernies mangelnde Aufmerksamekeit und Trägheit werden in seiner Position und in seinem Alter bedenklich. Ich habe darüber Papa noch nicht geschrieben, aber ich meine, er sollte für zwei oder drei Monate mit Herrn Muther weggehen, wo er keine Ablenkung hat und stetig lernen kann, ohne Aussicht auf Picknick und Reisen, sie seine Gedanken viel zu sehr beschäftigen. Du solltest mit Herrn Muther sprechen und dann mit dem lieben Papa; wir müssen alle drängen, etwas zu tun. Es ist höchste Zeit. -

"I have to speak seriously about dear Ernie. Herr Muther sent me a report about the studies and I have to say, Ernie`s lack of attentiveness and laziness are starting to become worrying for his position and his age. I have not yet written papa about it, but I think he should go away with Herr Muther for two or three months, where he has no distraction and can learn steadily, without expectation of picknicks and journeys, which occupy his thoughts far too much.  You should speak with Herr Muther and then with dear Papa; we must all urge to do something. It is high time.” (Emphasis mine, translation mine. It are probably not Victoria`s exact words, but the message is clear.)

To repeat: This was Victoria deciding on the education of her grandson, who was being raised in a different country and far away from her, going by a teacher`s report and then writing to his sister, getting her to first convince the teacher of her suggestion so they could jointly manipulate the boy`s father into agreeing.

The reports that had made her decide this were monthly reports, by the way, Victoria had far less to go on that Ernst`s father, who got reports far more often and moreover saw his son regularly.

Ernst mentioned thos reports in his memoirs and though he is very friendly towards his grandmother, what he said is nonetheless telling about what effect Victoria`s meddling had on her grandchildren.

“Seit dem Tod der Mutter fühlte sie sich ganz für mich verantwortlich. Mein Erzieher musste einmal im Monat ganz genau über mich Bericht erstatten, wie ich bei den Stunden war und wie ich mich gesundheitlich und moralisch entwickelte. Ich kann das Gefühl noch ganz genau beschreiben, wenn Herr Muther zu mir sagte: "Übermorgen schreib ich an die Königin”, was habe ich dann versucht, recht gut zu sein. -

Since the mother`s death she felt entirely responsible for me. My tutor had to write precise reports about me every months, how I was during lessons and how my health and my morals were developing. I can still describe the feeling exactly when Herr Muther told me: “In two days I will write to the queen”, how much I tried to be quite good then!“ (Emphasis mine, translation mine.)

Victoria, as with her own children already, was seen as a strict matriarch, whose own ideas of how the children should be raised she thought should take precedence over the children`s own father, and whose presence was almost seen as a threat, if an ultimately benevolent one, by her Hessian grandchildren.

This is from the very pro-English and very whitewashed biography of Ernst Ludwig by Manfred Knodt, which rather ignores not only Victoria`s but also Ernst`s own flaws. Elizabeth Heresch`s biography about Ernst`s sister, the last tsarina Alexandra, despite also being quite pro-Victoria, goes further than that.

Quite in the beginning it quotes a letter from Victoria which dispels the idea that Victoria did what she did because she thought that the children had no other female role model and parental figure.

”…Ich werde zusammen mit Eurer anderen Großmutter versuchen, Euch eine Mutter zu sein. (…) Gottes Wille geschehe. Möge er Euch allen helfen und Euch unterstützen. (…)

- …I will try, together with your other grandmother, to be a mother to you. God`s will be done. May he help you and support you all.“ (Emphasis mine, translation mine.)

This other grandmother, the dowager Grandduchess, Princess Elizabeth of Prussia, actually lived in Darmstadt and was ideally placed to see her grandchildren and support them, but though Victoria did not have that advantage, there is not the slightest indication she ever tried to let her have a say.

Victoria proceeded to try and meddle even with issues that were actually more her son-in-law`s concern - who still was the sovereign monarch of Hessen-Darmstadt - and tried to influence even the marriages of her grandchildren. As a matter-of-fact, she even tried to influence her own son-in-law`s remarriage, wanting to marry him to marry his late wife`s sister Beatrice. Without even asking the Grandduke first, she even saw to it that a law in England was passed that would allow Beatrice to marry her sister`s widower.

When this fell through, Victoria was angry and then tried to influence her Hessian grandchilren`s marriages, being angry when they made choices other than what she decided. When one of the granddaughters married a Prussian prince she spoke about her being "lost to Prussia” rather than being supportive.

The future tsarina she tried to marry to her grandson and heir to the throne Albert Victor, nicknamed Eddie. Heresch has this to say about what happened when she declined:

“Gibt es denn keine Hoffnung bezüglich E[ddie]?”, wendet sich die energische Großmutter in einem Brief an Alix` ältere Schwester Victoria, von der sie (gegenteiligen Erfahrungen zum Trotz) noch immer Einfluss auf die jüngere Schwester erwartet. Und weiter gibt sie zu bedenken: “Sie ist noch nicht einmal neunzehn, und da muss sie ernsthaft daran erinnert werden, dass es ein Wahnsinn ist, die Chance auf einen so guten, liebenswürdigen, gefühlvollen Ehemann auszuschlagen, ebenso wie die Zugehörigkeit zu einer vereinten, glücklichen Familie und eine sehr gute Position, die die erste auf der Welt ist! Der arme E[ddie] ist auch so unglücklich, sie zu verlieren! Kannst nicht du und Ernie  etwas tun? Was für Hirngespinste hat sie in ihrem Kopf?”

“Is there no hope concerning E[ddie]?”, the energetical grandmother asked in a letter to Alix`s older sister Victoria, whom she still expected (despite experiences to the contrary), to be an influence on her younger sister. And she expresses further concerns: “She is not even nineteen, and so she has to be reminded seriously that it is a folly to decline the chance for such a good, loveable, sentimental husband, as well as belonging to a united, happy family and a very good position, which is the first in the world! Poor E[ddie] is also so unhappy to lose her! Can not you and Ernie do something? What sort of dreams does she have in her head?” (Emphasis mine, translation mine. It are probably not Victoria`s exact words, but the message is clear.)

Here, Victoria, despite Alix having made her opinion clear, tries to manipulate her granddaughter via her siblings, and tries to guilt her, who lost both her parents at a young age, to do something which she already had said she felt no inclination to do, which would be a massive decision influencing her whole life and future.

There are plenty more examples

Queen Victoria did not raise her Hessian grandchildren after their mother`s death. She tried to dominate their lives, often over the head of their father and that of their dukedom, to suit her own ends. It is completely possible that she thought she was doing what was best for them, but she took over no duty of raising them that did not benefit her in some way, saw them far less than their other grandmother and their father and yet thought to know better, and showed no interest in the dukedom whose prince and princesses they actually were.

anonymous asked:

question. do you think it'd be a good idea for Taylor to release a greatest hits album instead of TS6 (new material)? i just feel like a greatest hits album wouldn't sell much versus TS6. idk does that make sense

i’’ve read around that taylor’s current contract has a greatest hits album in it which is supposedly the last thing shes supposed to release before her contract is up, but there aren’t really any 100% credible sources on her record contract at all like i’ve never found anything i could say is legit. so to answer your question i really can’t say whether or not it would be a good idea cause maybe she just has to cause it’s in the contract. yeah people are eager for new music but new music will happen when taylor’s ready. and yeah it wouldn’t sell nearly as much as 1989 or red did in their first weeks, its greatest hits and would barely attract and of the general public’s attention

mondo-owada  asked:

tbh ishimaru having feelings for mondo in dr1 makes a lot more sense than if he didn't. It adds more depth to his reaction to losing him during ch 3, if that makes sense.


There were like five people in my bed until about ten minutes ago and Marcel left behind a hair that I feel like it would be mean to evict. Does that make sense? Is it regular crazy or 3 am crazy.

did anyone of you noticed how the color of the Princes’ robes change?

like before, So’s are mostly black or dark color. when he met Haesoo, it became lighter. and now that he ‘hates’ her i think it’s a lot more dark again?

and Wook’s are a lot lighter before he started to chase after the throne. now he’s wearing mostly dark colors too.

does this make sense? hahahaha i got reminded of it because of Dolores Umbridge from HP movies. the ‘pinkness’ of her robes intensifies as she gets more evil.

i think here in Moon Lover’s, this detail is very important. it gives off more emotions and feels according to the mood of the drama. like before, the colors are a lot lighter because not much death or angst are happening. but now that we’re almost at the end of it, and there’s death here and there, the ‘dark times’ is given more emphasis because of the colors used in the set.

i do talk a lot and notice a lot. lmao

anonymous asked:

This is difficult for me to articulate, but, I'm going to try: I feel that successful fairy tale worlds do often have logic and rules to them, but they're in balance with the suspension of disbelief. But when there's too much logic and too many rules in a fantasy world, and not enough of the whimsical/fantastical, then the illogical does stand out. Does that make sense? Like, fairy tales do have rules, but you accept them because they're in alignment with the illogical.

No, no, that’s definitely true. I’m right there with you.

The superlative example, for me, as far as Kingdom Hearts is concerned, is the Keyblade choosing its own master. That was a rule. One of the first ones we ever had. And it was great. It gave the story structure and helped build the world, but it also allowed for magic and mystery and wild imagination.

The idea that this seemingly inanimate Keyblade was actually secretly alive – actually secretly intelligent, capable of making its own choices independent from the choices of its wielder – was really, fantastically interesting.

It led you to wonder. Like, does the Keyblade have a personality? What kind of personality does it have? What all has it seen over the course of so many years? What does it think of its wielder?

It invited the player to imagine things, to actively project their own ideas into the game world, and as a result, every player kind of got to characterize the Keyblade and its past in their own unique way.

And it was that rule that gave rise one of the most memorable moments in the entire series, that devastating scene at Hollow Bastion where the Keyblade abandons Sora right when he needs it most.

Like you said, it’s hard to articulate, but when I say the series used to be based less on rules, I don’t mean to say that there were never any – and I certainly don’t mean to say that there shouldn’t be any.

I mean exactly what you say – that when you shift too hard in one direction, it breaks the story.

If there is no structure, then things just happen randomly, and nothing means anything anymore.

But if you impose too many rules, then you kill the mystery and the intrigue, and the fantastical stuff that’s left stops working, too.

- Mod A.

young married christian blogger: Guys. I get it. Singleness is SO tough. I’ve been there! During those 6 months in 8th grade before meeting my wonderful soulmate (jared the sexiest hubby in the world :):):) ) I was so alone. It’s a season of life that just knocks you off your feet, doesn’t it?! Haha. I’ve been there ladies. So if you’re 25 and have a crippling fear of being alone, WAIT ON GOD’S TIMING. His timing was conveniently perfect for me so I guess I just feel like I am the appropriate person to give you advice :) By the way, we’re expecting!!!!!!!!!

  • X-Men:The government is comparing mutants to weapons, trying to get them all to register, but the real villain of the movie is MAGNETO.
  • X2:There is now a US general who used armed soldiers to seize a school building full of children and who has captured the X-Men's leader and is using his brain to wipe out the entire mutant race. The real villain is still MAGNETO.
  • X3:There's been a "cure" discovered that deprives mutants of their mutation and has been weaponized. Also, Jean Grey, one of the X-Men's own, has come back from the dead as a terrible being of unfathomable power. Somehow, the real villain of the movie manages to be MAGNETO.
  • XMFC:Sebastian Shaw has been torturing, abusing, and manipulating mutants for decades, and he and the Hellfire Club plan to start WWIII. The villain of the movie is MAGNETO.
  • DoFP:The US government is sanctioning a program that will lead to a dark timeline in which mutants are hunted by robots and rounded up in concentration camps. The villain of this movie is not Bolivar Trask, who is building the Sentinels, or Mystique, whose actions inadvertently cause the timeline to come to pass, but MAGNETO.
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