because i'm really not fine with it ending

Crowd silencing quotes from cartoons
  • Avatar the Last Airbender: "You might have everyone else here buying your ... transformation, but you and I both know you've struggled with doing the right thing in the past. So let me tell you something, right now. You make one step backward, one slip-up, give me one reason to think you might hurt Aang, and you won't have to worry about your destiny anymore. Because I'll make sure your destiny ends right then and there. Permanently."
  • Over the Garden Wall: "At least wait until the storm dies down a bit. You'll be no good to your brother dead." "I was never any good to him alive, either."
  • Gravity Falls: "You really aren't gonna thank me, are you? Fine. On one condition: you stay away from the kids; I don't want them in danger. 'Cause as far as I'm concerned, they're the only family I have left."
  • Adventure Time: "... if I do things... if I do things that hurt anyone, please, please forgive me! Just... watch over me until I can find my way out of this labyrinth in my brain and regain my sanity! And then maybe Betty, my princess... maybe you will love me again... please love me again, Betty!!"
  • Steven Universe: "What do you know about my Mom?! I DIDN'T EVEN GET TO KNOW MY MOM! But I do know, she saw beauty in everything! Even in stuff like this, and even in jerks like you!"
  • Legend of Korra: "Don't pretend you know what it felt like! The Avatar is adored by millions! I was cast aside by my own parents like I meant nothing to them. How could I just stand by and watch the same thing happen to my nation, when it needed someone to guide it?"
  • Lilo and Stitch: "But if you want to leave, you can. I'll remember you, though. I remember everyone that leaves."
  • Rick and Morty: "That - out there - that's my grave. On one of our adventures, Rick and I basically destroyed the whole world. So we bailed on that reality and we came to this one, because in this one, the world wasn't destroyed, and in this one, we were dead. So we came here and we buried ourselves and we took their place. And every morning, Summer, I eat breakfast twenty yards away from my own rotting corpse. I'm a version of your brother you can trust when he says 'don't run'. Nobody exists on purpose, nobody belongs anywhere, everybody's gonna die. Come watch T.V.?"
  • Courage the Cowardly Dog: "There's no such thing as 'perfect'. You're beautiful as you are, Courage. With all your imperfections, you can do anything."
  • What she says: I'm fine

look. if destiel doesn’t become canon. that’s fine. you know? that’s cool. i mean, just because they both could potentially be happy together, like, romantically and all, that’s fine. i don’t need that. it’s cool. as long as they remain best(est) of friends till the end of their days then that’s fine with me. i just want them to be happy, overall, and if that’s platonic then it’s cool with me. they don’t need to find a different kind of happiness within each other that they both have been pining for, a kind of love that will support and cherish them forever. i mean, it’s really ok. i’m fine. really. 

dean and cas don’t ever have to fall in love.

and i’m okay with that.

  • What she says: I'm fine
  • What she means: Sky High could probably be considered one of the best Disney Channel Original Movies, because it was basically flawless except for the ending where instead of either choosing to rock the single life or go out with Warren Peace who genuinely seemed like a good person, she chooses her asshole best friend who is probably the most idiotic and dickish character in the movie besides his father and the bad guys. Also, there's this really weird and kind of awful cover of a really good English Beat song in the ending credits which rubs me the wrong way. But yeah. Sky High.
  • What she says: I'm fine.
  • What she means: I really don't understand Nancy's letters at the end of the game. She always seems to write them when she solves the mystery, meaning right when she's about to go home, but that doesn't make sense for several reasons. First off, people tend not to write paper letters anymore. Most people will use email because letters are slow. Not to say that Nancy can't be old school, but if she's really writing these letters right when she finishes the mystery, before she goes home, chances are Nancy's going to hop on her plane, get to River Heights, and see Ned/Bess/Hannah/whomever in person long before the letter arrives, making the letter useless. Unless she gets home and her friends are like "Nancy, what happened with that case of yours?" and she's like "Well I have a letter explaining the whole thing heading to you in the mail, so you'll just have to wait and see!" I suppose there are a few cases where Nancy stays for a couple days after solving the mystery, so the letter would make a little sense in that case, but this is pretty rare. Second, there are a bunch of instances where Nancy talks about what happens in the aftermath with each of the characters. Mostly this is fine, sometimes she'll talk about what the person is doing months in the future. Like "______ moved here," or "______ got a new job," "_______ has been really successful," or whatever, and then she talks about how they're loving it, but like?? Nancy??? How long have you stuck around to know how their doing in their new job/home/relationship? I don't think she usually stays for months later so how would she know this information? Or is Nancy for some reason writing these letters from home, months after the mystery? But if this is the case, why write a letter at all when she is in the same town as the person it is addressed to? She could just tell them in person. No need to write a letter. Or even if she did, wouldn't her friends already know most of the letter's contents, assuming Nancy told them about the case? Third, all the letters where Nancy goes into great detail about things she uncovers in the mystery and then follows up with, "oh and by the way, all of this is top secret and I took an oath to never tell a living soul what I just told you, so maybe don't mention this to anyone else :)". She just gives her friends classified information like it's nothing. She doesn't even tell them in private, she just writes it down where anyone could later get their hands on it and read it. And don't even get me started about the photos Nancy sends her friends! Some of them are just awkward pictures of people from the case. So did Nancy just ask, "hey, can I take your picture to send to my boyfriend?" That's weird, Nancy! Or some are pictures of random objects. Does she think to herself, "Yeah, my housekeeper would really like to see this picture of this footprint I found"? And then of course there are the pictures where there would be no way Nancy could ever get the picture in the first place. Like pictures of the culprit smirking evily. Nancy would either have to get that picture before she solved the mystery, in which case why would they be smirking evily if they're still pretending to be good, or she would have to ask them to pose for the picture as they're being arrested or something. Then there are the pictures of the culprit doing something shady or actually committing some crime. If Nancy had a picture of that, she would have had the mystery solved long ago. Or she asked them to pose, which is pretty unlikely. All in all the letters just don't make sense and there are so many problems with them.
  • what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: exogenesis: symphony needs more recognition. i mean, really, have you ever sat down and listened to all 3 parts all the way through with good headphones? muse recorded alongside a 40 piece orchestra to record a 13 minute long SYMPHONY separated into 3 songs creating not only a space/symphonic rock spectacle but an almost entirely classical piece that even contains a narrative that describes a futuristic human society coming to a potential end. matt literally arranged the entire orchestral section by himself because he didn't want anyone to change his vision for the piece. he pushed himself so much on the piano in part 2 (cross-pollination) that he's reluctant to play it live because he's afraid he'll mess it up and not do justice to the song. exogenesis is such an incredibly intricate and elaborate piece of music. it's indefinitely a testament to who muse are as musicians. exogenesis needs to be appreciated more
I’m seriously not over how Viktor needs to let his guard down

Yūri probably has No Fucking Clue™ why Viktor is interested in him at all. He thinks Viktor is out of his league. Recall how he spent like *a decade* idolizing this guy—posters, moves, dog breeds, etc. And Yūri probably still sees himself like this:

while Viktor is this:

Which is only reinforced by the people around him.

Yes, they are wearing rings. But they haven’t yet had the Conversation. Yūri tempers his expectations by calling the ring a good luck charm, a thank you gift, whatever it’s all bullshit. [Edit: It has been brought to my attention that “good luck charm” is a poor localization of “omamori”, the charms one would buy at a shrine which do indeed hold some superstitious power. Yūri says he has always wanted one. And without access to a shrine, he subs in … a wedding band? Which. Is like. So tragic? I can’t get a little folded charm with string so I’ll give him. This thing that symbolizes eternity? Honey. I mean it’s a pretty good reason to buy a ring, as a thank you omamori. But you’re still just hiding and FUCK is it sadder than I thought. There’s a comic that *for my life* I cannot find again that is the best translation of Yūri’s feelings at the moment he gives Viktor the ring, were he self-aware enough to be so clear voiced in his rationalization process. I think it was in dark red ink? SOMEONE HELP]

So Phichit Motherfucking Chulanont Says the Words before either of them. Then Viktor—playfully—Says the Words, but Yūri does not. He just devolves into embarrassment because this is where the banquet reveal occurs, and it’s a handy excuse not to call it what it is because anxiety is a force of chronic mislabeling. And playful comes across as teasing anyway, so what the fuck does Yūri know?

And then this happens:

I LOVE YOU JJ BUT. GOD. DAMN IT. YOU. ASS. HOLE. So here we have further confirmation that Yūri isn’t good enough to have or keep Viktor, like he hasn’t “earned” him. What is that based on, subjective plainness? Inability to win a gold medal in *international competition*? Jeezus Yūri.

Meanwhile, back in Reality, this face:

happened in response to this:

sweaty and wasted and at his lowest, his most vulnerable, so honestly achievement/lack thereof and looks and body and poledancing had nothing to do with it. It’s just that somebody took Viktor down off the pedestal, treated him as an equal, and simply requested his company. That is what Viktor wants, and Yūri still doesn’t know that.

As an anxious person, you are not rational. You then spend all your time rationalizing. This person who’s too good for you, you’ll give them outs at every opportunity, or cut them off at the pass, or just generally fucking sabotage the good things you have, because it’s easier to destroy them than await an end you feel is coming and which is out of your control.

VIKTOR. MY DUDE. You have to tell the truth. You have to show your weakness, prove that you are also human, and Say the Words Damn It.

This whole thing falls apart otherwise.

anonymous asked:

I'm not sure if you do art requests anymore, so I'm really sorry if this annoys you because you don't but you're style is amazing and I love you; could you maybe draw Hinata trying to use heelys?? If you don't want to that's 10000% fine!! Thanks

for you dear anon if will make an exception, i’m really busy but i surely haven’t been so active lately so here ya go~!

Hinatas gets a little too comfortable in his new heelys and runs into Kageyama.

he ended his volley career at such a young age rip. hinata

anonymous asked:

I like the way you are right now. Don't change hun.. Don't let your mom bring you down by getting on you for being "fat". Don't impress anyone. Be yourself hun ❤️❤️❤️🌹❤️

you’re really kind thank you. i want to get more fit and be healthy and all that, but at the end of the day it makes me really happy when people tell me that i don’t need to lose weight and i’m fine the way i am.

  • What she says: I'm fine.
  • What she means: I'm lowkey excited about the Ducktales reboot, and I'm hoping it goes well, and though I understand that Donald was booted in the original series because of "his voice", I'm still incredibly excited that Donald isn't being put on a bus because nothing can compare to the dynamic between the original Scrooge Mcduck squad and more than that we're going to GET TO SEE DONALD AND SCROOGE'S INTERACTIONS AND I'M JUST REALLY EMOTIONAL OVER THE ORIGINAL DUCKGANG AND THAT FOR ONCE, WHEN IT REALLY MATTERS, DONALD ISN'T GETTING THE SHORT END OF THE STICK

insurge  asked:

What were your thoughts of how the acomaf ended? Cause I just ended reading it and I'm crying my eyes out.

Honestly, I was so excited by it? Is that weird? Like I was really sad for those few seconds that I thought the mating bond was gone, I was like WHHHAAAAATT?!!?!? But then when we figured out it was fine I was grand because consider the following:

  • Amren and Elain being friends
  • AMren and Nesta having sass-offs (and then becoming friends
  • More Lucien <3
  • Spy Feyre, I’m sorry that’s class
  • More note sending
  • Everyone being worried about Feyre but Rhys being like, dude she got this…
  • Feyre killing Ianthe (pls)
  • Feyre fighting Tamlin would be unreal (like he’s all cocky when suddenly Feyre goes absolutely insane on his ass)

what she says: i’m fine

what she means: don’t talk to me about pain until you’ve shipped two characters for 8 years only to have them become canon for approximately 7 minutes in the exit episode of one half of the ship. and then two and half years later, after only ever seeing one on-screen kiss, finding out they have a child together and that the same half who exited may or may not be dead. but now both characters have left the show so we’re up to ten and half years of shipping a pairing who have shown they love each other, said they love each other but never really to each other, had a kid so are now canon for eternity and still haven’t actually been together beyond the fond farewell that happened off screen. yet for some damn reason there’s still the hope they will get a happy ending because if two characters ever deserved it it’s Ziva David and Anthony DiNozzo and despite how ludicrous it is I did not choose this ship, this ship chose me and I will go down with it kicking and screaming. because it’s Tiva. and it aint over ‘til it’s over.

My uncle invited me to help his family in law with the Lamb birthing this spring at the end of april. The nurse I talked with said it was fine and encuraged me to go.

Now it remains to be seen if my uncle can drive all the way from Møre og Romsdal to collect me because I sure can’t afford a plane ticket.

sinkingships74  asked:

Hey so you said you liked prompts and I saw a post that said "tis the season to violently fire mistletoe out of a cannon at your otp" I was thinking Delgado would maybe enjoy that

Delgado violently fires mistletoe at Graves every year in an attempt to catch Graves in it. He even spells them with contact-activated freezing charms to give people a chance, because Graves is a slippery bugger and is likely to apparate away before anyone gets a chance to plant one on him.

It’s yet to work. He’s tried silencing charms on the cannon, releasing the mistletoe from a neighbouring room with tracking charms to hone in on Graves, he’s even tried weaving the mistletoe into a net and releasing it over the whole damn room and oh look, Graves has performed a spontaneous shrinking charm on himself and managed to escape through the holes. Bastard.

So this year, Delgado tries something different. He fires the mistletoe at Graves at the office Christmas party as usual, because to do otherwise would be suspicious, but the real kicker comes just over a week later on New Year’s eve.

Specifically, on New Year’s eve at approximately two minutes to midnight.

He enlists Tina’s help to get Graves, and he swears, he honestly swears it was her idea to put the portkey on a timer, shrink it down to microscopic sizes and slip it into Graves’ drink because holy shit that’s terrifying. Slipping portkeys into someone’s drink? Goldstein what the fuck. Delgado will never eat anything she brings in ever again just in case it transports him to the Himalayas or somewhere equally far away. Drinks are for spiking with alcohol not with potential death, good god Tina.

Delgado gets Newt though and he goes down the traditional canon route because Delgado loves his traditional canon route. And Newt, poor little lost lamb, does not have Graves’ experience when it comes to (a) sensing a Delgado plot afoot and (b) dodging it, so he gets hit with a faceful of glitter and a portkey square to the chest.

And, maybe, Delgado doesn’t quite have Tina’s skill with portkeys, so Newt’s wasn’t timed and the wide eyed magizoologist is whisked away in a cloud of gold smoke. And, maybe, Delgado was a bit over excited and fired his canon early which means that Graves’ killer death drink portkey hasn’t yet activated and holy shit, Graves, please don’t kill him, oh god Tina retreat hide now.

In the sort of dramatic climax that really ought to be reserved for b horror movies, Graves has got as far as cornering the pair of them and has his wand drawn on Delgado with one hand while the other slams Delgado’s shield so far into oblivion that he doubts he’ll ever be able to cast a shield charm again.

He’s one syllable into god only knows what spell and Delgado has given up on all pretence and is cowering behind Tina when the timer finally kicks in and whisks Graves away.

Delgado gibbers a bit and starts clutching at the floor. Tina kicks and tries to pretend that she’d had everything under control and hadn’t been fearing for her life. Everyone else politely tries to pretend they don’t exist.

But where did the portkeys take Newt and Graves, you might ask? Well. It’s New Year’s eve. Two minutes - a minute and a half, now - to midnight. There’s only one place to be.

Newt and Graves are deposited on top of the Times Square Big Ball, overlooking a cheering throng of people in the square. It’s the best place for a midnight kiss, surely? Delgado’s even charmed a tiny piece of mistletoe to hover over Newt’s head. What could be more perfect?

(The weather, for one - it was fairly warm inside and Newt had only been wearing his shirt and waistcoat. He’s shivering by the time Graves appears, and Graves wastes no time in shrugging off his jacket to wrap around Newt’s shoulders.

Also the location, because, Delgado, the big ball drops and holy fucking shit do you have any idea how unromantic it is to be standing on top of it, desperately gripping with sticking charms on your shoes as you hurtle towards the ground?

Very. Very unromantic.

But the rush of adrenalin makes Newt giggle as he wobbles to his feet after the ball has landed, and he clutches at Graves’ arms for balance. Fireworks fill the sky with light and colour and the mistletoe glitters hopefully above them, and, well.

Graves’ hand is warm against Newt’s back and the flick of his eyes down to Newt’s lips is slow. His mouth opens, tongue darting out as though to lick, to taste, and Newt leans closer without even meaning to. They press their foreheads together and stay like that for a single moment on the cusp of eternity, gazes locked and an infinity of words filling the silence.

A firework goes off directly overhead, red and gold raining down above them, and Newt closes his eyes and tilts his head. Graves’ lips are soft beneath his, the kiss is slow and sweet and the playful wind presses them in closer. 

It is, in the end, a romantic first kiss.)

To Grover: Do you ever feel left out since you did have a big role and now everyone kind of ignores you?
  • Grover: Eh... I guess.
  • Grover: Uh, Perce, you know, it's fine.
  • Grover: Well... all of this depends highly on perspective.
  • what she says: i'm fine.
  • what she means: V doesn't deserve the shit he gets from the members of the RFA, but he chooses to keep secrets anyway because the truth is truly painful. He shoulders his pain and the burden of the other members' potential pain only to be distrusted and unappreciated. And while it is recognized that the members of the RFA do appreciate his presence, sans Yoosung, V never really gets the chance to marinate in that and as a result he is left alone. Ultimately, V gets the shortest end of the stick in Mystic Messenger. Hence, there needs to be an alternate route where I get to smooch this tragic camera boy and get closure because I'm never going to get over this.
McHanzo Olympics

Okay. But can you imagine Hanzo just not understanding ‘Murica McCree’s USA outfit? And he keeps trying to talk him out of wearing it, but McCree won’t listen even when Hanzo makes a very good offer of ‘helping’ him out of those clothes.

And Hanzo thinks that maybe Genji can help him talk sense into McCree. But Genji shows up in freshly painted body armor, sporting the Japanese flag.

The worst part is, Hanzo knows he should never have relied on Genji.He used to run around with green hair and an orange scarf.

So Hanzo goes off to mope.

And Soldier 76 introduces him to golf. Now Hanzo has a new obsession because his aim is NOT true, and there is no simple geometry when you’re whiffing, slicing and ending up in sand traps.

It’s just the worst month of his life. And he’ll be needing a new driver for his birthday, thank you very much. Fine, McCree, it can have an American flag on it if you really insist.