and you know what i figured out

anonymous asked:

Since youre someone who knows both Loki and comics can you maybe tell me where 'I do what I want' comes from in regards with Loki? I see it all the time but its not in the movies and I dont really know if thats a fan thing or an actual relation

oh, no, it’s an actual comics thing.

based on some semi-lengthy detective work, I’ve finally figured out where this panel comes from (a question that has bedeviled me for years) - it’s on of several stories in the anthology comic Spidey Super Stories #27. the entire comic is remarkably delightful. it features the original Loki Apologist™:

Loki’s truly exceptional name-calling abilities:

and the infamous panel itself:

so yeah, that’s where the meme comes from. I’m actually really curious who first…dug up this panel from a random anthology story in a comic that came out in the 1970s, but…that’s for someone else’s detective work.

I think I’ve figured out what Dark said

“Do your remember.. I said we were going to do great things together… let us know..what..(very faint)you want…..go back to sleep.”

“Let us know what you want”

Does that mean we choose what we are going to do? But what do we want do is the question. And who does he mean US are the other egos with him?

(Decoding that little part took way longer than it should have..)

Edit: I listened to it again and found more

The Strange Ones (Part 2)

Summary: A highschool AU where people are aware of mutant existence. For a long time you thought that you would be living a normal life, but it all takes a turn for the weird when the Maximoff twins start going to your school. There’s something strange and mysterious about them, everyone can tell, but you’re more than intrigued. And Pietro could say the same about you, but there’s something holding him back. Sooner than later that something comes into light, as Pietro can’t keep his distance from you for very long.

Pairing: Mutant!Pietro Maximoff x Reader; ft. Mutant!Wanda Maximoff

Words: 2k

Warnings: None really… fluff, cussing?

A/N: Ugh guys I’ve been having a hard time figuring out the order of things for this series. I figured it out now lol but I just hope you guys like it. It’s still the beginning after all. Let me know what you think. Enjoy ☺️

All other parts Here

Originally posted by looking-over-my-shoulder

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 @ the reylo part of fandom

For the record, my brain is tricking me to see it since y’all said something, too, but since I know about this phenomenon, I immediately question what my brain is doing.

[[and even if there IS a face from a holo or something there – it’s impossible with the level of detail to determine who or what it actually is, so it’s kind of silly to try and figure it out when that’s impossible – not saying don’t speculate, but don’t bank all your hopes on something that may just be a trick of your brain, is all i’m saying]]

This PSA brought to you by the autistic person who means well and is genuinely not trying to be an asshole so please don’t send me hateful anons over it.

tfw you have the nicest mom on earth and she solves your “I don’t want to eat” problem

anonymous asked:

Is metal ACTUALLY made of Metal? Or is he a bit of flesh?

“Well, I have no flesh, at least. My ‘flesh’ is an outer layer of nanites and a kind of liquid metal. Its original purpose was making self-repair easier, working as an armor that’s lightweight but durable, and some camouflage.

“Then I figured out how to use it a bit more– creatively, and then– well, you know what happened. I was supposed to have it removed entirely, but I’ve modded myself recently to keep some.

“I know, it’s complicated. –Actually, I should probably not say anything else. Because I don’t know you.”

lonesome-turtle  asked:

Sexuality is like homosexuals and bisexuals. Gender orientation is like girl or boy or non binary, right? I am new to the lgbtq+ community and I am still figuring all of this out. Do you have any resources were I can learn all the terms? I know that I'm pan but I want to learn what everyone else is/ Thanks!

Sexuality is more than gay, straight and bi. It’s a whole thing on its own and gender is a spectrum a lot goes into it. Gender identity and gender expression are two different things, gender expression is how we express ourselves like feminine and masculine and adrogyouns
Also has a tumblr @thetrevorproject
Pansexual: sexually attracted to all genders regardless of gender
Multisexual: umbrella term used for people sexually attracted to more than one gender
Bisexual: sexual attraction to two or more genders
Polysexual: attraction to some genders not all
MSM and wsw has now turned to mlm and wlw meaning men love men and women love women.

That pretty much covers it. Have any questions I’m here.

anonymous asked:

Kels, I'm 24 and I feel like I should be doing so much more with my life. Do you ever have that feeling of being so much more than what you're doing now? I'm stuck in a limbo of whether or not to go back for my masters degree or try and start a career. I know we're not meant to have everything figured out... but holy shit it's scary.

I can understand that completely. Google “Read This If You Thought You’d Be Further Along In Life By Now” by Ari Eastman and read that essay. It nails it. Here’s the thing you have to remember - we are all faking it. Even the most together people have something they are struggling with and comparing themselves to. There’s a woman I know, who is 25, and has an incredibly successful career, house, money, etc. The person you would look at and say “I should be at her point, she has it together”.. but she recently told me how she can’t balance it all and that she’s constantly drained and comparing herself to other people. It’s this game we all play with each other because we fear showing our weaknesses. But here’s the thing, we are all in this together. Things happen at different times for people and as long as you are doing the best you can, you have to trust that. Despite what society taught us growing up, we aren’t supposed to have it all together right now. These are the selfish years where we discover who we are and figure out life. We are always learning.

anonymous asked:

Hey, sorry if I'm bothering u but I am curious: how did you figure out that you are gay? I've been really confused about myself and what I like... I was just wondering if you had a specific way to know that you like girls. A guy just asked me out and he's really nice and into the same stuff as me but I just don't like him?? And I just can't imagine my future with a guy even if he was as amazing as that guy was... so I'm just really confused

Ah hello anon~! I feel like for me, it was kind of a gradual process. Last year I was ‘dating’ a guy (if I would even call it that) but even while that was happening, I always felt like something was missing; I just didnt know what. At the time I was bi/pan to a few friends, him being one of them. But I realized that I didn’t feel comfortable with him, so he and I decided to stop. I think for me, lgbt youtubers like Miles McKenna really really helped me understand sexuality as well as gender as a whole better, and over the summer I got a clearer understanding of what my preferences were.  At first I felt comfy with the label of ‘pan’, but I began to realize that even though I can appreciate male attractiveness, I just couldn’t see myself with a guy and that label didn’t fit me as much anymore. I eventually found out that I’m most comfortable with the label ‘gay’, and so thats what I use now. But I think the biggest thing that helped me was to understand that even though labels can help you feel a sense of belonging, they can also feel exclusive and restricting. Its totally normal to feel confused and I’m still figuring out more about myself as well; in the end we’re all humans who love other humans. But I’m not extremely educated on this subject or experienced so if anybody has advice that they want to share please feel free to add on!!! I’d love to learn some more as well. al;kjdf sorry this got really long haha

bowandbat  asked:

I like your advice about removing the "love interest" label. I thought I'd add a little context. The MC, well call her A, and the guy, B, are definitely into each other. There's a lot of sexual tension between them. But A just went thru a traumatic event, watching her brother and sister die. She's got a lot on her plate. B is a source of comfort for her. I've got his role and relationship down, it's just his personality that I can't seem to figure out. Who he is and why does he do what he does.

OK, I’m going to go back to a standard answer on this blog. I will not apologize because it is a good answer. The reason that you don’t know your character is because you have not taken time to get to know your character. Have you ever heard someone say, “Be a human being, not a human doing?” That is where B is at right now. B is doing a lot of things in your story and that is great, but who is he? Take some time to get to know your character. Has he had any conversations with A in your story or even outside of it?  

Think about how you get to know a person in your own life. Is it the things that you do together or is it the conversations that you have and the experiences that you have in common that help you to develop a connection? Would you be friends with someone that you haven’t talked to at all? (Sign language and body language are included in communication in this case.) So I can give you two suggestions, but the first one is something I have talked about several times this month, so I’m just going to write up the second option.

Get to know your characters by sending them to dinner.

So pick a restaurant that both of your characters will enjoy but not with a lot of noise or distractions. You want them to have a conversation. Now write a scene where they have a “boring” conversation. This is not something to move your story forward, this is an exercise to help you know them better. Have them talk about their jobs, family, friends, whatever topics you would talk about if you were getting to know someone new. One of my favorite things to do when I meet a new person is to ask them to “Tell me three things that everyone should know about you.” This is a great tool because it makes the other person think about what they want people to know about them. An important step for you is to decide which of your characters is the one to ask the question.

*side note*

After writing this suggestion, I am curious about how proactive B is in your story. If he is just following A’s lead, then he will be a less engaging character for sure.

Good luck!

anonymous asked:

Hi! So this is kinda a weird question but... I've been struggling with my sexuality for the past year or so and I still can't seem to figure it out. I'm attracted to women I know irl both physically and emotionally, and I've never been attracted to a man irl. HOWEVER I have been attracted to 'unattainable' men like celebrities (esp kpop idols). And like I can't work out if I'm bi bc of that or a lesbian with heteronormativity ingrained? Idk I'm confused and I want to understand myself.

not a weird question at all!! 

i don’t know you, what you’ve been through, who you are, etc., so what i’m about to say is based purely off of this message. it’s good that you want to understand yourself and that you’re actively working towards that, and it’s also good that you understand your attraction to women, these are good first steps. the fact that you haven’t been attracted to a man irl is a huge tell. and being attracted to “unattainable” men, celebrities, musicians, etc, is a very common theme within the lesbian community. i experienced this myself and still experience it sometimes (ahem, namjoon). heteronormativity and compulsory heterosexuality are so damaging and cause discovering ones own sexuality and becoming comfortable with it that much more complicated and lengthy. i didn’t start identifying as a lesbian until last december. i identified as bisexual for over 10 years. it took me a long time, not only because of heteronormativity, compulsory sexuality, and our society, but also because of things that i had gone through in my life. it took me so long to just admit to myself that i was a lesbian, and it took me even longer to love that part of me. 

this process is different for everyone. some people know immediately, and then some take half of their lives. there is no instruction manual as to how this will go or should go. i dated men those 10 years that i identified as bisexual, and each time that i did, or thought about doing so i panicked. this was a huge tell for me in the end. every time i got close to dating a man or ended up dating one, i didn’t know what to do. i was constantly worried that i would never date a woman again. i was worried i’d never get to kiss a woman again. i was worried i wouldn’t get to marry a woman someday. i felt trapped. but still i dated those men (because of reasons i’ve mentioned on my page in the past). it was exhausting. my story is long and complicated because of things i went through, which only added to my confusion for so many years. in my last relationship with a man, just before i came out as a lesbian, for months and months my brain wouldn’t allow me any peace. day in and day out it was “am i gay….no i’m not gay…what if i am??? no i’m not…oh god i’m gay… i can’t be” just constantly for months and months. i was horrified of this reality that i had always known deep down, that i was a lesbian. 

another thing that helped me a lot was realizing that i can be attracted to men but have zero interest in being with them in any capacity. i can look at a man and say “oh wow, he’s really attractive” and it ending there. it’s okay to acknowledge if someone is attractive, this is normal. 

like i said, everyone is different, every experience is different. take your time, i know it seems like you have to rush, but you don’t. when you get there, you get there. take time and get to know yourself, understand how events in your life have impacted you and your sexuality, and above all be patient and kind to yourself. when you know, you’ll know, trust me. and also, it’s okay to change your mind, like i said i identified as bisexual for over 10 years, and now i don’t because i’m just not bisexual and never have been. that is okay. it’s okay to figure yourself out and evolve. if you ever want to talk more in depth about this send me a message, i’m always here. i hope this helped in some way, i love you

anonymous asked:

Hey uh,,, how did you know you were autistic?

Well, figuring everything out was a bit of a ride for me. I’ll tell the story, I like telling it, but tw for mentions of suicidet? I found out at a pretty bad time in my life.

Basically, in 9th grade I was at a very low point. When you don’t know you’re autistic and when you don’t know your mom is emotionally abusive, life is a confusing mess and you don’t understand anything. People would ask what’s wrong and I’d just shrug and cry. I remember thinking like, “Nothing is wrong but me” I thought that there was clearly something wrong with me, y’know? And then it all got so bad that I wanted a way out and… I tried to kill myself. The week that followed was very emotionally draining. There was constant questioning. I had to talk about my feelings, which was something I never did up until then. My mom yelled at me and was pissed I tried to kill myself, and my dad flew up from Florida to visit me in the hospital. He explained a lot of things. He was like “Hey, so, your mom’s a bad person so jot that down. And also I have asperger’s syndrome and you probably do too?” and yeah. He wasn’t a professional but he knew his stuff and tried his best to explain what he knew. After that I started therapy, and worked on the depression and stuff. I brought it up with my therapist and he was like “yeah, sounds about right” and now.. uh.. here I am? I’ve grown to prefer “autistic” as a label, because it’s a spectrum disorder y’know? I’m Autistic and proud about it!! Nothing is wrong with me, it’s just how I am! Life makes more sense, and I’m working on a lot of things. I’m still in therapy but I’m def getting better!! Life sucks ass half of the time but there are things I want to live for and I’m excited to see how life goes for me!!

This ended up being way longer than you were wanting but yeah!

y’all  know  what  i  don’t  have  enough  of  ?  serious  plots  and  ppl  to  yell  @  about  ideas  and  shit  .  consider  this  my  unofficial  PLOTTING  CALL  !  give  this  a  lil’  heart  if  you’re  down  for  discussing  something  w/  me  !  my  SHIPPING  CALL  is  also  open  and  can  tie  into  this  but  is  in  no  way  necessary  <3

how am i supposed to have a career picked out to work towards rn i know im 20 but not everyone came out of the womb knowing exactly what their passions were you know. sometimes it takes years to figure out what the fuck you want to do, and basically, fuck capitalism for making me choose some boring ass major im gonna regret and hate and go into debt for

shoutout to george, fred, and especially ron weasley for realizing that harry was stuck in abusive and unhealthy household and, in spite of the massive trouble they knew they could get in, taking immediate steps to personally see him removed from that environment, something no adult in harry’s life did.

other writers: plan out their stories, have their characters figured out and know how they’re going to grow. write every day, keep hydrated.

me, a goblin: jump in headfirst with only a vague plan and a feeling. who are these characters?????? fuck if i know, we find out as we go! plot what plot? i’m just as surprised at this development as you are. writes only on full moons. only ingests caffeine. 


my baby boy is a confirmed orphan and this cut me deeper than i could have imagined

STRANGE SENTENCE STARTERS —— for the creative writer in you. Send these in and see what your partner comes up with as a scenario!

*These are completely interchangeable, they’re just in categories to make it easier for all of y’all.


  • “How many times are you going to do that, exactly?”
  • “You were right. As per usual.”
  • “Sometimes it’s hard to see the lines you’ve drawn until you’ve crossed them.”
  • “You’re surprised because you have a soft spot for hot blondes.”
  • “Is that – that’s a naked Scarlett Johansson on your fridge.”
  • “You can stay, but for no more than two nights.”
  • “Please don’t look in this drawer. Please.”
  • “I told you not to pick him up, he’s very sensitive.”
  • “Yes. I might have given you rabies. But in my defense, that’s ridiculous and I didn’t.”
  • “I’m sorry, my cell phone data coverage does not cover the bullshit zone you’re in.”
  • “Hey! Give me your pants. Quick, give me your pants.”
  • “No, I’m serious. Stop it right now or I won’t give you the last cookie.”
  • “You think I’m kidding. But I’ve never been more serious about anything in my entire life.”
  • “How much would a stripper cost and why so much?”
  • “I’m going to buy you a drink. Next week. On Thursday. When I get paid. Can you swing this one?”
  • “Hippos are hungry, hungry! And you are considerably larger than a small piece of lettuce!”
  • “When I was little, I used to be afraid of mummies. And now look at me. I love dead people!”
  • “I don’t even miss my ex-boyfriends/girlfriends, I just miss my glockenspiel.”
  • “It happens to everyone, you just sell your skirt for some coke.”
  • “Please do not pull your pants down in front of baby Jesus.”
  • “That’s not the phrasing you want to use.”
  • “Because nothing says heterosexuality like a gold sash.”
  • “Please don’t take it out on my boobs.”
  • “When it gets really windy I look like a bizarre combination of Marilyn Monroe and Cousin It.”
  • “We have to change our names and run away to Mexico. It’s the only way. Adios.”
  • “How much money do you have on you?”
  • “Please tell me that’s a raisin and not a tiny hamster shit you’re eating.”
  • “Life is a lot better when you put things on your head.”
  • “For someone who’s not very deep, I’m incredibly not shallow.”


  • “I need you to remind me what it feels like to love you.”
  • “I love you. What? No I don’t. Forget I said anything.”
  • “I need you to tickle my feet but like, sexually.”
  • “If we got married, would I have to take your last name? Or could we just make up a new one?”
  • “I don’t think I can do this anymore.”
  • “I heard you say his/her name in your sleep last night. Want to explain or should I just leave?”
  • “I want to spend the night with you tonight. But I also want to sleep on your side. And without you on the bed. So technically I just want your bed.”
  • “Please don’t be proposing to me in an empty parking lot.”
  • “Stop saying you’re sorry, you stupid fucking broken record. It’s done.”
  • “I’m not jealous, I’m curious. About the things you were doing. With him/her. Without me.”
  • “Your mother’s looks could kill. Actually, are you sure they haven’t before?”
  • “If you’re breaking up with me tonight, can I at least eat first?”
  • “Stop sweating. It’s not attractive during sex, and it’s not attractive now.”
  • “Are you – are you checking me out? In the line for the confessional?”
  • “We have to go. I might have told your mom I’m pregnant. I don’t know why I said that. I’m not.”
  • “So what you’re saying it that you’re snorting sugar to get excited for sex.”
  • “My dog licks better than you do.”
  • “But through every stupid thing you do and say – and those are a lot, by the way – I love you.”
  • “I don’t care if you’re growing another head. I’ll talk to both of them. I love you.”
  • “And I’d take fifty years of not talking to you for just a day of doing so. I promise that’s a compliment.”
  • “I don’t want to hide this anymore. I’m not some dirty little secret, you American Reject.”
  • “This is a bit too dramatic for my taste, so can we skip it and have sex instead?”
  • “I don’t want you to think of me as your personal sex toy.”
  • “Thanks and all, but that makes me feel like a low-class escort, so.”
  • “A kiss in exchange for every nice thing you say about me. Deal?”
  • “Promise me you’re not like him/her. I need to hear it from your mouth. Promise me.”
  • “Look, I’ve had my heart broken before. I’m not ready to let you in just yet. Anywhere.”
  • “Don’t leave me here. Anywhere else, okay, but not here.”
  • “I wish I could say that was the worst sex I ever had, but I’ve had worse.”
  • “I just blew you. Could you look a little happier about it?”
  • “I’m attracted to shiny things, so if it looks like I’m staring at your chest, it’s because I am.”


  • [text] This is upsetting my poop.
  • [text] Hey, are you up? If you’re not, can you wake up? I need some help.
  • [text] So it involves feces and large birds.
  • [text] She said that to you? Why?
  • [text] Please come back. I miss you.
  • [text] What are you good for if you’re not gonna bring me ice cream?
  • [text] Can you ignore that last text? It wasn’t meant for you. I’m sorry.
  • [text] …did you just send me a nude?
  • [text] I don’t know why I said that.
  • [text] Leave it to you to fuck the simplest of requests up.
  • [text] Do we have to go to their wedding? He’s only my first cousin.
  • [text] How much does ‘I love you’ mean to you?
  • [text] I am not stalking you. But you should do something about your bathroom, it’s gross.
  • [text] Please. I need this so badly.
  • [text] I trust you completely.
  • [text] I’m a genius. You’re a peasant. Everything makes sense again.
  • [text] Hey, buddy! Got like, five hundred bucks I can borrow? Times ten.
  • [text] She lost it. She completely lost it. She said her uterus was attacking her bone marrow.
  • [text] I will not get you donuts.
  • [text] Please? I love you.
  • [text] I think I’m gonna go to sleep now, but you keep thinking that.
  • [text] I can’t say this out loud. They might be listening.
  • [text] I never meant to hurt you. I didn’t think he’d duck when the ball came at him, I’m sorry.
  • [text] You’re cute.
  • [text] I just need you to understand how important you are to me.
  • [text] Fuck off.
  • [text] Okay. Guess we’ll leave it at that then.

Thank you

I finished up The Adventure Zone the other day and boy howdy was it an emotional ride. The podcast and this good good family mean a lot to me. If you haven’t listened, I’d strongly recommend it. It uh…just finished up, so watch out for spoilers, but I guarantee you’re gonna have a good time.