Ugh-this-issue

LET ME GET THIS STRAIGHT FOR YOU FUCKERS:

there is NOTHING wrong with wanting to learn korean because of kpop, there IS SOMETHING WRONG when you decide that because of kpop, you want to become korean, you think you are korean, or start using the culture and language in your life, therefore appropriating korean culture and fetishizing it. 

GET IT STRAIGHT. 

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marvel in color; (x)

Doona Bae as The Wasp

BD Wong as Doctor Strange

Osric Chau as Iron Fist

↳ Michelle Rodriguez as Maria Hill 

↳ Alina Serban as Scarlet Witch

↳ Dichen Lachman as The Ancient One

Cursed Child was dumb and here are some reasons why

(warning: spoilers. this probably won’t make sense unless you’ve read the script. far be it from me to recommend this kneazle-vomit of a play, though, so if you haven’t read it, good)

  • the plot is messy, strange, and childish. there’s only one time-turner left!! how will the characters cope when said time-turner is lost? oh lol they’ll just use this other convenient time-turner. for convenient plot points, see also: harry can suddenly speak parseltongue again, because well he just kind of needs to be able to do that
  • Harry cursing “oh dumbledore” without a hint of irony. like really? really
  • the characterisation was a pile of dragon dung and we all freaking know it. let’s break it down into individual characters here because fuck if I can stop at one bullet point for this
  • Hermione: the brightest witch of her age, the constant crusader for the unloved and the unrepresented, whose successful career and capacity for kindness apparently rest in the hands of her romance with Ron Weasley. oh… but wait. it sounds a little familiar, this story. hear me out. let’s see now, a highly intelligent person who falls in love but doesn’t have that love reciprocated, and who then becomes a really fucking mean teacher at Hogwarts through bitterness. sound like anyone we know? fam, they tried to parallel Hermione and Snape. Hermione and Snape. this being the same Snape who sneered in Hermione’s face when she’d been visibly hexed, and made her cry; the same Snape who bullied Neville Longbottom for years, while Hermione muttered instructions under her breath to help him. if you want to tell me that Hermione would ever allow herself to become a Snape parallel then I will kindly invite you to shove a dirigible plum where there’s no lumos solem
  • Harry: when Harry was at his angriest in OOTP, and he’s yelling at Ron and Hermione, there’s one thing we notice. everything he yells is true. he means it. he’s bitter about it and he’s loud and furious, but he doesn’t have the kind of anger that just says anything to cause hurt, that speaks without thinking, not even at this crisis point in his life. are you really going to tell me that the boy who knows down to his bones what it’s like to feel rejected, and misunderstood, and alone, would ever say - even in anger - that he wishes Albus wasn’t his son? I am going to snap wands over this
  • Cedric. and this one burns. because Cedric was brave and he was true, and he had a sense of justice that led him to telling Harry about the way the golden egg worked, and led him to sharing the winning of the triwizard tournament with Harry. he died, he was murdered at the age of seventeen, embodying a sense of justice so strong, an innocence, a goodness. Cedric Diggory - the boy who believed in fairness with an integrity that is astounding - becoming party to the indiscriminate killing and casual torture of the Death Eaters just because he had his head engorged one time… is about as likely as Hagrid stomping on a dragon egg. it’s an insult to who he was and I am going to engorge the entire bodies of the writers of this fucking play so that hopefully they’ll just float away too, with all the grace and likeability of Aunt Marge
  • Voldemort: can we all agree now that Voldemort would not father a child. the idea of him experiencing lust seems out of character; the idea of him giving into a base urge seems more so. it’s too human, too vulgar, too physical; it would associate him with the common and the mainstream in a way that I contend he would find repulsive. Tom Riddle Sr. was trapped by Merope into sex and romance; to have sex would be to bring himself closer to his parents, down to the level of a Muggle and a witch who lacked power and craved love, two things Voldemort could never, ever stand. no. he wouldn’t have sex just because he wanted to; he’d be repelled by the idea. what other reason could there be for him to do the nasty with Bellatrix? to ensure the continuation of his line? that makes even less sense. achieving immortality for Voldemort was always a question of magic, a personal quest. he wouldn’t go for a messy, physical back-up plan. he always thought that he would win. if anything, he would see a child as a future threat, not a security. another being in the world with the promise of his power? he wouldn’t risk it.
  • what the fuck was that trolley witch scene though
  • “for voldemort and valour” are you serious. is there a Gryffindor spy in the Voldemort camp laughing their ass off because they actually managed to get that one through. and are they ten years old
  • overall, the message of the play infuriated me. Delphi was the child of Voldemort, so she was evil. Albus was the child of Harry, so he was good. Scorpius was the son of Draco, so he should have been evil, but Draco’s actually kind of good now and his mother was nice, so he can be good too. where is the complexity? was five hours of drama not enough to find some shades of morality? where is the hope, where is the resonance, in a story that says that good begets good and evil begets evil, and nothing can really change? the Harry Potter book series was about a boy who grew up with something inside him that was utterly evil, and who rejected it, fought against it, changed the path that fate seemed to wish him to walk. not slytherin, not slytherin. we had Regulus Black and Sirius Black, who rejected their pasts, whose heritage and whose House stood for nothing against their principles, their eventual and separate forms of bravery. we had Remus Lupin, who transformed into a monster but never became one, not even after years of rejection and pain. we had the word mudblood, and we watched Hermione fight it, we knew it was ridiculous to label someone based on their blood. and now… we have the Cursed Child. a play which is flat, and stupid, and tells us that your parentage inevitably dictates your character - and that how you’re treated is how you’ll treat others. dear writers, in the words of Albus Dumbledore, you fail to recognise that it matters not what someone is born, but what they grow to be. you fucks.
what its like being late on your period
  • day 1:this is glorious there is no red volcano of blood and sad feelings erupting from my vagina
  • day 2:beauty
  • day 3:ok wtf is happening
  • day 4:fuck mother nature where are you
  • day 5:AM I PREGNANT
  • day 6:*googles how to tell if pregnant*
  • day 7:well im a virgin so hello there jesus
Honestly, though, this idea that DA2 fans are a tiny minority is a misnomer. I did some Googling and if you look at sales figures and critical acclaim, DA2 actually performed better than DA:O. The game had a wider audience and it appealed to older (i.e. more intellectually inclined) players, but DA2 is a ‘queer’ game. The story doesn’t fit the traditional romance model for a male or female lead and that’s why it’s considered ‘divisive.’ Also, sexual orientations aside, it showed a man as a victim of sexual abuse, it had a white guy as a terrorist, it showed women in ‘traditionally masculine’ positions of authority, Hawke got ‘friendzoned’ by Aveline etc, etc, etc. The complaints literally boil down to ‘it was too real and it forced me to look at life beyond my cozy bubble.’ The reason behind DA2’s perceived failure is simply that there were enough morons that felt so threatened by it, that they’re STILL attacking fans of the game 4 years down the line. If anything, it’s THESE guys who are the true minority, but they make so much noise that ppl don’t seem to realise it. fact is, doesn’t even help to call people like this on their myriad of homophobias, because they honestly don’t care.
—  lingering-nomad, telling it like it is

Spoonie Problems: When you don’t feel good, but you can’t tell exactly what the problem is. You just don’t feel right. And then you tell someone and they ask, “What’s the problem?” and you’re like, “I just don’t feel good.” Because you don’t know what the problem is, you just don’t feel good. Ugh, I don’t feel good, you guys.

Things I need right now:
○ A shit ton of pillows
○ A shit ton of blankets
○ A shit ton of old movies
○ Somebody to cuddle with
○ Puppies
○ Pizza.

Things I don’t need right now:
● Annoying parents
● Annoying children
● My period
● Cramps
● Emotions

reblog if teenagers do more than just sit on their phones all day

my mom thinks that all i do is play on my computer/phone and claims i dont do anything worthy. she just thinks i gawk over youtubers and do nothing else. im tired of her treating me like this, help me prove a point please.