at the end he said

So a french youtuber (Gonzaroo and please go follow him he’s made live reactions and reviews for quite a long time now and he’s so funny lolol) made this really interesting theory about the latest ft chapters having a hidden message. So far we have “Saigo” which means “final” “last” etc. We also have “ma” so it could end up as one the thing he said above or the typical “saigo made ooenshitekure arigato” or “thank you for following/cheering on me until the end!”

Might be a coincidence but I think it might be really true so I’ll pay attention to next chapter’s cover!

Dear Anonymous,

This petition of yours is well written and well noted.  I certainly had no intention of letting it all end up the way it did.  Things certainly took a turn for the worse somewhere along the line.

But I would be remiss if I didn’t point out how brutal the world of politics is – it’s dog-eat-dog out there, and sometimes you have to fight dirty methods with dirty methods.  As a wise man once said, the ends justify the means!

He never said what to do when your political career ends, though…

-Paul Atishon

anonymous asked:

I think a ‘good & satisfying ending’ doesn’t mean the protagonists won’t die; for eg: Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure where the protagonists are mostly all died but fans are still considered that as good ending and generally satisfied. It’s still early to think that it’s safe because Isayama said he wants to have a good ending for SnK.

I don’t think Isa means a “happily ever after” for the whole cast when talking about a good ending, and thats not what I meant to imply with my post either. I’m still certain a bunch of our cast members are going to kick the bucket in the upcoming finale, and I’ll even be disappointed if Eren makes it out alive. That said, I believe at least some people we care about will still be standing in the finale pages of the manga, and they at least won’t live an entirely negative life either. imo Mikasa’s always been a good candidate, since her arc mostly revolves around outliving the people she cares about, which’ll most likely happen, but she won’t spend her life suffering from it forever either in the case of a “good ending”. I’m certain many of the people we care about will find death soon, but it won’t be in vain.

Furthermore, the current conflict and controversy regarding the Eldians and Marley will probably end in a non-negative state by the end of the story, should we get a “good ending” for the story. The Eldian people won’t be extinct, and wont be oppressed livestock forever. Marley won’t be the greatest douchebag of all time anymore. I think those are things we can expect from a “good ending”, the status quo that our characters have fought and died for will have changed in their favor by the time the story ends. I’m not saying a “good ending” would be a happily ever after, but it’ll be a better situation than what we saw in the beginning of Attack on Titan. I think that’s a reasonable interpretation for a “good and satisfying ending”

(and as I said in the previous post, the funi subs sometimes differ strongly from the aniplus subs, we’ll have to compare and see that the real meaning behind Isa’s words is)


theres a collective base in draullir that cave im a fuckin moron i hate caves i only ever went in the entrance

reyes tells em not to shoot you if you side with him at the end of high noon so theyre like “oh he said we’re suppose to be nice to you!”

theres even a lil quest in there and some Unsavory Stuff about the collective 

edit: and you cant ask reyes about any of it. lame.

anonymous asked:

I find it pretty odd that Emilie changed her mind in one week about Belle's happy ending. Last week, she said that Belle's HE involve Rumbelle, but this Sunday she said that if Belle's HE involve a man, that man will be her son. I think that Rumple will die in the season finale. I'm not surprised about that. And I'm also pretty confident about CaptainSwan HE. Jen and Colin talked about how healthy and realistic is CS and they also gave their opinion about how the future would look for CS.

I don’t read interviews about Rumple/Belle/Rumbelle because I have very little interest in their characters, but it’s interesting to hear that she went back on what she said.  I think it’s very plausible that Rumple could die this season, and perhaps Emilie backpedaling is because now she knows that Rumple is going to die and that Belle’s HE doesn’t actually involve him.  But that’s all just speculation based on very little, potentially inaccurate information.  

I’m very confident about Captain Swan’s HE.  That’s one thing I know is going to be endgame.  If any of the characters deserve to live happily ever after, it’s those two.  Let’s be real, they’ve definitely been through the worst shit imaginable and have had to work the hardest to find even an inkling of happiness.  I just wish the writers would let them live.

At this point in episode 5,

I hope I’m not the only one

who actually thought (or rather wished for) that Victor will appear, and grab Yuri’s waist.

Jefferson was actually v soft-spoken. He didn’t like speaking in front of crowds, but when he did, no one could ever hear him and by the end of his speech no one even knew what he said. THEN you look at Daveed Diggs,,

Originally posted by alexander-hamiltunes

So I was watching episode five again in season one, and at the end Lance goes into the healing pod and Allura said that he should be good to come out after a day…





Can we reverse the Naruto timeline and get a spin-off about Minato's upbringing instead

like tbh idc about boruto i want the full, unabridged backstory of naruto’s badass father

Originally posted by thenarutofandom

i will literally never forget the watching the season four premiere of the office like we spent a whole summer agonizing over whether or not jim and pam were FINALLY dating and then in the beginning my brother actually threw a pillow at the tv when it looked like they weren’t together and then they kISSED and i swear to god my whole family started screaming and hugging like we woke up my three year old sister lmao and my friend called me during the commercial break so we could yell about it and then we stayed on the line so we could scream every time they did anything like when they held hands we hit decibels that weren’t audible to humans and to this day i have never seen my brother literally flail about something the way he did on that fateful night in 2007

(170323) ink_nkkkk’s Instagram update: During the MV filming there was a scene that involved typing and even during his break time he (Wonho) kept typing stuff down. After the filming ended I asked him “What did you type?” and he said he was shy so he didn’t give me an answer. Afterwards I went to see and it was all #Monbebe 🐰

Wonho’s a fool, a fool who doesn’t know anything else except for Monbebes.. ⭐️

translated by kinghyungwon ϟ take out with full credit.

Patater Week - Day 1

Feb. 6- Get Together – (Coraline-inspired AU, magical realism, 6.4K)
Soundtrack: [Exploration] + [Dreaming]

There’s a low, paint-chipped door in the corner of Alexei Mashkov’s living room in Providence.

His agent tells him that the door used to connect to the apartment next to his, a long time ago, when the structure had been one. The door leads to nowhere now, only a wall of bricks. Alexei has even seen the wall of bricks in person, when he requested the landlord open the door for fun. He’s always been curious, after all, and the old, rusted key that the agent picks out from the cabinets only added to that curiosity.

“You’ll get yourself into trouble one day, Lyosha,” his grandmother used to tell him. Alexei had been young, perhaps seven or eight, when she warned him. “Don’t ask so many questions, and try to be happy, or the spirits will see, and take you.” She had said, “Don’t go through strange doors, and don’t follow voices, especially if they sing to you.”

“What’s so bad about singing?” Alexei had demanded, in a petulant way only a seven-year-old can manage. “I sing.”

“Yes, love, but they sing to confuse you,” his grandmother had responded. “They sing of a life better than the one you have, so you want to come to them. You see? They want to trick you and steal you away.”

Of course, Alexei had thought her warning had been metaphorical, if not slightly cryptic. She’d been old then, and easily confused. If you take out the spirits part, the rest sound more or less logical. He figured that she doesn’t want him talking to strangers and end up kidnapped, so Alexei had merely nodded and promised her. No going in strange doors, no following the singing voice, not that there’d been any in his life. Until now.

The bricks are nothing special: the seams filled with cement, the corners dusty with cobwebs. It’s nothing out of the ordinary, but there’s a draft that only Alexei can feel because when he mentions it to the agent, she only blinks in confusion.

“Why not lock it?” Alexei asks, when the agent pockets the old key and closes the old, wooden door.

“Why should I?” the agent says, smiling. “The wall is bricked up. Not like there’s anything that can come out. Now, let’s go to the kitchen. The structure itself is a little old, almost 150 years, but it’s been recently remodeled. It’s got a beautiful granite counter top—”

Alexei loves the house. But doesn’t know why he feels uneasy about the door. When he gets the keys to the house, he finds the rusted key again and locks the door. 

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