a diversion~ is still my fave

my new swap sans design! the swap aspect is more sibling ages, so sans is now the enthusiastic younger brother! he doesn’t care about cooking but rather he wants to be a astronaut and be the hero to save the underground. in order to do that he has to capture the human!

essentially, this sans is sans the grief/burden of supporting his family, therefore a lot more carefree and happy. he still likes puns and pranks, he’s gotta live up to his name after all!

Terrible old dudes

So, seeing as I obviously have this thing with fixating on men twice my age, I thought I’d make a nice list, cause who doesn’t love lists. 

Ben Mendelsohn 

– yeah, I don’t really need to explain this one.

Gary Oldman

– first saw him in Batman begins, true obsession started after watching him as Sirius Black in the HP movies, ‘twas a slippery slope from there….

Originally posted by ben-mendelsohn-trash

Jeff Goldblum 

– to quote Goldie Hawn in The First Wives Club: “He may be 300 years old, but he’s still a stud.” I was lost from the moment I saw Jurassic Park as a kid. What a magical creature he is…

Originally posted by gollumjuice

Colin Firth

– do I really need to explain??

Originally posted by thistie

Hugh Laurie

– I will always cherish him as young, floofy-haired idiot Bertie Wooster. 

Originally posted by thevulgate

But his Dr. House was a thing of beauty.

Originally posted by wendus92

James effing Spader

– Secretary. Just. Secretary. Also, Alan Shore can cross examine me any time, tbh.

Originally posted by sorrydearie

also, dat ass.

Craig Ferguson

– oh how I miss his wonderful show.

Originally posted by kronoskingofthemonkeypeople

Christoph Waltz

– mein wunderschöner österreichischer Schatz uwu

Bill Nighy

– okay now we’re getting into Granddaddy territory ^^ 

Pleeeeaaase go watch “Still Crazy”, it’s one of my fav movies ever and he’s freaking amazing and hilarious in it.

honourable mention: Rhys Ifans

– if you don’t think Gavin Kavanagh is sexy who even are you.

Originally posted by tsepilova

The list goes on, but yeah ^^.

Something REALLY annoying!!!

People who complain about Unova being the worst gen because of design when design is DEFINITELY subjective and EVERY gen has bad designs …same with pokemon names people who complain that Ducklett and Vanilluxe are lazy names but don’t say anything abt mew mewtwo hypno jynx gastly etc literally English words just spelled differently or the sound a cat makes and you add a two at the end .-. Still wondering why gen 5 is so ridiculed it had the most realistic evil organization and the gym leaders played important roles in the story unlike other gens where u fought them then forgot them the gen 5 gym leaders helped the protagonist throughout the story outside of gym battles and helped take down team plasma as well as the Seven Sages and the whole theme of it’s not always simply right and wrong sometimes there’s an inbetween (it’s not always black and white) was awesome I loved that each character struggled with the question “ am I forcing my pokemon to do something it doesn’t want to do? Am I taking something away from it such as it’s hopes and dreams for my personal gain? It actually had character developement between characters like Cheren Bianca and N unlike in other gens also it had some of the most diverse pokemon it contains the most competitive pokemon of any gen and is home to my fave ball the DREAM BALL it’s also the region that introduced the season system which is the most realistic of all the systems … It also had the most diverse cast with numerous POC …I do understand the quality of the anime and spinoff games were low quality but the gen itself isn’t bad at all still waiting for actual good reasons of why this gen is SOOO bad (and waiting for it’s remake to put your faves to sleep)

Reply with your thoughts please and thank you

anonymous asked:

variety shows have changed from back when snsd started out. Being "good" at variety is subjective especially now. i find variety shows better today because there's more diversity in personality types. Producers have found ways to make the quietest people funny. in early 2000's everyone had some goofy talent and if you didn't have one you were considered "bad" at variety. Now Idols can act more naturally. I got into twice after seeing them on weekly idol. I liked them on variety first.

Same here on variety being more dynamic now. Variety can be a really good outlet to get into groups. Hence, the viralness of variety clips such as all of Sana’s lol. Twice is doing really well if you ask me ^^


lemme start dis off sayin dis is my opinion so don’t get too pissed n shit ya know n this shit in no order


this shit hard as fuck. comin from one of chiraq’s finest, da production on this is 3hunna. theres beats from some of my faves such as lex lugar n cardo n other ppl ya know. very good range of ignant trap beats. the lyrics in this shit are thug as fuck. shit makes u wanna rob a hallmark store with yo grandma. no hook my fave song off it. fuck the law fuck the judge. shit speaks to me.


fergenstein’s debut project was fiah. the trap lord himself picked a great range of beats to lay them holy scripture lyrics on. dis shit had crazy ass features on it too. we had da pretty flacko, bone-thugs, onyx, b-real, n my dawgz a$ton matthews. ferg also did a great job himself wit laying down the lyrics. very diverse flows, from showing off da golden vocal pipes on cocaine castle to the fast crazy flows on fergenstein, this shit more diverse than the state of california. also had some good ignant bangers in here too, such as shabba n work. good shit.


gotta admit, dis shit grew on me. at first i was like yo, this shit boring as hell, but now im like yo, this shit solid. the beats on this r works of art. we got VA’s finest the neptunes on here, the RZA, earl himself, and t the creator on da beats. shit crazy. also the features was fiah. first n foremost, my man vince staples ripped dis shit. first he had one of da verses of the year on hive, n also had a-grade verses on burgundy and centurion. also lyrical appearances by domo n tyler, and also frank ocean on da track “sunday”. cant 4get the white hope mac miller, who makes an appearance on “guild”. lyrically, know how earl be. intense vocab. mind blowing shit.


i kno i kno. when u think yung lean u just think bout them annoying ppl who say they sad n shit. but fr fr, the real sadboys came thru with this one. the swedes cooked up quite a project. the beats on this r complex, PS2-era japanese rpg theme music sounding works of art. producers yung sherman n yung gud were da masterminds behind them. yung lean delivers v interesting lyrics, especially 4 yung swedish lad, talmbout their love for arizona ice tea n glocks n gucci belts. my man really wildin out on here. ill put it this way, its basically 2012-2013 alternative internet culture all mixed together to form a yung swedish saviour. fuck yeezus, this was some real experimental shit. and it worked.


the yung white hope surprised many wit dis one. a huge difference from previous projects such as KIDS (which i was quite fond of ngl) and blue slide park, mac has more complex, almost earl-like lyrics and more cloudy/kinda trippy beats from household names such as flying lotus, clams casino, pharrell, & alchemist, and also puts in work on da beats himself using the alias larry fisherman. good range of features on this too from known names, such as earl, action bronson, ab-soul, schoolboy q, and even the very mysterious jay electronica. fave tracks on here include on of my faves of the year, red dot music ft. action bronson, & da fun fast-tempo gees ft. schoolboy q. 4 those who sleep/hate on mac for being a tool or whatever, i urge u to listen to dis album.


101 tracks of based. so much content on this tape its hard to review, but it includes many great remixes to classic B songs, and also many new tracks of pure based music. shit make u wanna cook for the rest of ur life. shit had me cookin in church. personal fave tracks on here r god of rap & from da bay. easily my fave release from the basedgod this year. (pink flame still a banger tho)


most slept on tape of the year in my opinion. the long beach native delivered da raw shit with this one. production ranged from fatts himself to alchemist to 808 mafia. talk about diverse. features include action bronson, fellow cutthroat members vince staples & a$ton matthews, freddie gibbs, da$h, 100s, asap rocky, and danny brown. all came thru n delivered. this shit that real gangsta rap my g. fave tracks on here include the g-funk reminiscent picture me rollin, alchemist produced wave matthews band, and da 808 mafia banger choppa, which features a-listers asap rocky and danny brown. if u aint listen this u should *100 emoji*







Otherbound by Corinne Duyvis

Published by Amulet books on 17th June 2014

Pages: 387

Genres: YA, fantasy, LGBT, paranormal, romance, sci fi

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Blurb: Amara is never alone. Not when she’s protecting the cursed princess she unwillingly serves. Not when they’re fleeing across dunes and islands and seas to stay alive. Not when she’s punished, ordered around, or neglected.

She can’t be alone, because a boy from another world experiences all that alongside her, looking through her eyes.

Nolan longs for a life uninterrupted. Every time he blinks, he’s yanked from his Arizona town into Amara’s mind, a world away, which makes even simple things like hobbies and homework impossible. He’s spent years as a powerless observer of Amara’s life. Amara has no idea … until he learns to control her, and they communicate for the first time. Amara is terrified. Then, she’s furious.

All Amara and Nolan want is to be free of each other. But Nolan’s breakthrough has dangerous consequences. Now, they’ll have to work together to survive—and discover the truth about their connection.


[I received a copy of this book from Amulet for review]

I really, really liked this book. The story is a little slow to start, but once the big ‘reveal’ happens halfway through it speeds up a lot and I couldn’t put it down. 

The main characters both have disabilities, which fit into the plot and are really relevant to the story, as well as being dealt with well. There is also a large variety of gender and sexuality minorities, which treated as normal and irrelevant to the story, which I love. Fantasy worlds with acceptance of diversity are my fave. Fantasy worlds with male/female platonic friendships are even better.

I got confused a bit by the politics of the fantasy world, as there was no exposition, it was all just explained through plot. There are still a few things I’m unsure on, but it didn’t stop me enjoying the story! Some of the twists at the end blew my mind. 

The hardback edition is absolutely beautiful too, I love the cover (except Nolan looks a bit like Elvis Presley… does anyone else see that?) and a lot of care was taken in the inside detail too. 

A really great modern fantasy read for any age!

4/5 stars