Like it's not some random thing on the internet

every single time I see someone complain about the “serial killer fandom” I wanna vomit like honestly??? they are not hurting you… some of them are doing more good for prisoners, criminals, and people with violent mental illnesses than any of you ever will. These people matter. They are human and it is not wrong for people to be interesting in the morbid side of humanity, and it’s not wrong to treat human beings who have done bad things like human fucking beings.

i want to be snarky but… its sad that people want to make fun of random people on the internet for being passionate about something that most people don’t think twice about. 

it just brings me back to stupid middle school bullying… its absolutely pointless to fight back but… I was never able to keep my mouth shut about the Jonas Brothers then, and I won’t shut my mouth about murderers now.

People complaining about Myerrs Briggs like it’s some fad teenagers came up with an not a long trusted, well researched and scientifically founded test used to determine personality types. 

there is sometimes though, the occasion when something like that does get to you though. but its usually when you’re already having those thoughts about yourself. when i already hate myself, and some random person on the internet confirms those thoughts. i’m not going to pretend i’m invincible from words on the internet because i’m not. i used to cry every day because of hurtful things that people have said to me from this blog. i’m getting stronger but at least remember that not all people are. i’m happy enough to take it if it means i’m distracting the blow from someone else at this point.

anonymous asked:

How do you think Attack of the Clones would have gone if it had been Padme pursuing Anakin instead?

Okay this is one of those things where I gotta re-confess that I STILL haven’t seen the full movie (I confess this kind of thing a LOT in regards to Star Wars, THERE IS JUST SO MUCH STAR WARS), so my knowledge of its plot is largely based on random scenes seen out of order/context and the rambling vagaries of the internet and, like, gifs. << 

THAT SAID, are we talking “Anakin is exactly as infatuated and ready to break Jedi Code as he is in canon” or are we talking “full role reversal and Anakin’s trying to stoically restrain his feelings like he thinks he’s a Kenobi or some shit”? Because the first one means they’d NEVER have kept a lid on the relationship, Obi-Wan would be like “we have been here literally five minutes and also weren’t we talking about a threat to your life?” and Padmé would be like “I hear ya buddy but ‘Jedi’ is basically a religion, right, so like, does that mean you can perform marriage ceremonies? the best man can do that, right, that’s a thing? if not that’s cool, I’ll lend Ani a handmaiden to be his best woman, that’ll work. also where’d R2 go, we need a flower droid.” 

The second option I doubt would’ve involved as much restraint as Padmé managed in canon (by which I mean, um, basically none basically no one in any of these movies has ANY CHILL WHATSOEVER lbr), but they might actually not have gotten married as quickly either, if that makes sense? Like, if Padmé’s the one pursuing Anakin while he’s all “but my PROMISES and VOWS :CCC”, she might be willing to be a little slower about things and be like “okay as soon as you’re knighted and all this shit is over you’ll leave the Order and we’ll get married THEN, so you aren’t breaking any promises or the Code, see, that’ll be fine!” And Anakin of course is Anakin so he’s like “PERFECT, A FLAWLESS PLAN, PADME YOU ARE THE SMARTEST AND MOST AMAZING”. 

… also, does the second option mean Padmé staring at Anakin like he hung the moon while he’s all flustered and nervy like “stop looking at me like that” and cannot handle the blatant adoration just ROLLING off her, because if it does then I am now deeply offended that canon did not give it to me.