and then just misc ones

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Colin Farrell’s filmography (minus two early films because they are impossible to find)

Pre-Raphaelite ask game (Part I)
  • Dante Gabriel Rossetti: Are you a very passionate person? Does emotion or rationality rule you?
  • John Everett Millais: Do you mind what others think of you?
  • William Holman Hunt: Are you a proud person?
  • James Collinson: Are you religious? If so, how important is religion to you?
  • Frederic George Stephens: Would you rather express yourself through painting or the written word?
  • William Michael Rossetti: Are you a very organized person?
  • Thomas Woolner: Would you consider moving to a foreign country or do you like to live close to home?
  • Charles Allston Collins: Are you a determined person or are you prone to abandon things when hope/inspiration seems to be lacking?
  • Alexander Munro: Are you good at keeping secrets?
  • Walter Howell Deverell: Purely for aesthetic reasons, are there any modern-day celebrities or public personalities that you would consider your muse? Who might they be?
  • Algernon Charles Swinburne: Do you have any guilty pleasures?
  • John Brett: The forest or the sea-side?
  • William Bell Scott: Would you ever consider a polyamorous relationship?
  • William Morris: Do you generally draw inspiration from life or from literature?
  • Simeon Solomon: Biblical stories or Arthurian legends?
  • Alice Boyd: If you could be the Lord or Lady of any estate, what would it look like?

I bet Nursey doesn’t even think much of the fact that he basically is responsible for finding SMH’s new manager.

Like if anyone tries to hype him up for it, he just goes, “It’s chill. Just wanted to do my part.”

Except with Dex. The moment Dex starts getting smart with him, Nursey whips around and plays his manager-discoverer card so fast, it drives Dex crazy

This is why Franky, and Franky alone, is the ‘father’ of the Straw Hat Pirates.

When he was only a small child, he was abandoned on the Grand Line by his parents for being a 'nuisance’. Franky knows what it’s like to be abandoned. Not orphaned–his parents are very likely still out there somewhere–but abandoned, not because his parents died, but because they freaking didn’t want him. Franky knows all too well the loneliness that results, of being small and scared in the big wide world, with no one to turn to.

But he also knows what it’s like to be accepted, to be taken in by someone who became more like 'family’ than those he was actually related to. He knows what it’s like to be given a new sense of hope, to be given direction, to discover that he is not a nuisance at all, that he is actually worth something.

But then he knows what it’s like to lose that all over again, and by actions he perceives as his own fault, just as he viewed the abandonment by his blood father as his own fault. Losing Tom totally shattered him, so much so that he was willing to forego his lifelong dream of creating ships, the thing that basically defined who he was.

But one thing remained. Foremost to being a shipwright, he wanted to be like Tom. Franky wants to be the father-figure to others that Tom was to him. He wants others to know that they are not hopeless. That they are not a 'nuisance’, that they actually deserve to take up space in the world.

So when he returns to Water 7, he gathers up all the misfits and outcasts, all the 'nuisances’, and gives them a family. He gives them a home, and a purpose to live, so much so that they want the same for him. They want him to revive his dream of being the shipwright aboard the dreamship.

And once he does this, he is every bit the father figure he wanted to be. In Dressrosa, when Luffy hears about Ace’s fruit, Franky is the voice of reason. To Usopp, who’s come from a similar-yet-different situation of parental abandonment, he is the first present father figure in that kid’s life, and helps guide him in their similar areas of interest, in which he is more experienced. He knows when to be serious and when to be silly and can switch between the two without a moments warning, entertaining them with his inventions, not because it makes him happy, but because it makes them happy, and that’s what makes him happy.

Because he doesn’t want others to feel the loneliness he felt as a child. He doesn’t want others to feel as though they’re a waste of space or a nuisance. Because he has lived and breathed with a fully human body and with a cyborg one and knows regardless that just existing is never a crime, and while he’s around, no one is going to feel unwanted or worthless.

While he’s around, no one is going to feel fatherless.

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15/? favourite fictional males : Peter Petrelli (Heroes)

“because if we save ourselves, who’s going to save everyone else?”

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misc stuff from twitter

imagine hating women so much that you can’t even handle a beautiful canon friendship between two female characters because you’re too threatened by the fact that they’re romantically shipped by the fandom 

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cole + protecting the sisters and innocents

Fem!Mint Yoongi feat. Unnecessary Space Background