but i adored this part

mendekouze  asked:

Yo! I absolutely love Flourish, dadzawa is simply adorable! I love the fact that a huge part of the fandom jokes on Shinsou and Aizawa being relatives, expecially because they don't just have physical aspects in common but also their Quirks are! I mean, Aizawa can erases someone Quirk while Hitoshi can "erases" someone's intention and thoughts by brainwashing them and so forced them to do things. Shortly: they both can erase a part of someone

From your second ask – Yes, you explained it perfectly!! 

First off: dksfjsdkjfKLDSJFSKD I’m glad you love Flourish!! That makes me so happy! kadjf i love making other people happy aaahhhHH

Second: YES!! I love the kind of differing aspects of Erasure that they have. Aizawa erases someone’s quirk – their “power”, what makes them extraordinary. What Shinsou erases is their control. Control of their mind, control of their body, control of their entire self. They both take away something from other people, just in differing ways. Similar appearances, similar mannerisms, similar types of quirks? THOSE TWO WERE MEANT TO BE RELATED!

They kind of have a See no Evil (Aizawa’s eyes), Speak no Evil (Shinsou’s voice) feel to them sometimes, haha! 

(Help, I could rant about Dadzawa and Shinson forever.)

I feel like I should be over this but I’ve been dealing with people shitting on U2 for so long and like - fuck! I just want to be able to tell people I love my favourite band without having to deal with their bullshit. Like wtf I don’t shit on people for liking indie bands that I think are crap. No one thinks the worse of anyone for liking “cool” bands. But every goddamn time I tell someone I love U2 I have to hear about how Bono’s a piece of shit, or how Edge can’t play guitar, or fucking iPhones, like ??? No, I don’t want to hear you insult something I really adore??Every time I go to tell someone irl about this huge part of my life I start with “Don’t judge me, but…” and I really shouldn’t feel the need to. Fuckity fuck fuck fuck. 

anonymous asked:

Remember how when I first told you I was auditioning for Oklahoma, you said you didn't like it too much? Turns out, none of us do. It's so bad it's hilarious. We've currently warped the one song we've learned beyond recognition. Ex: "Oklahomo! You're gay!" Instead of "Oklahoma! Okay!" Things are going great. But I adore the experience of being part of a cast, and I'm sticking with it! -Oklahoma Anon

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IM CRYING

i was feeling bad and this rly brightened my day so 

thank u oklahoma anon <333

i’m glad ur enjoying ur experience w the cast tho!!! <333 bad shows are rly only bad when ur with shitty people imo

like, if u have a fun cast??? then it’s gr8 and even if u look back and go ‘wow that show was terrible’ at least u can say u had a great time doing it!!! <333

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The Beard Sequel has arrived
You guys know Chris is Full Chop Bald now right

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Multiples Bonuses because I cannot stop:

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isak: *gets pissy*
even: *has never been more delighted in his life*

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Seventeen’s Official Colors in MVs: Rose Quartz & Serenity | insp

sorry but ratatouille’s ending is such a perfect ending. i gotta be honest: even with movies i adore, the ending doesn’t tend to be my favorite part, even when they are good. i’m usually all for the middle, the journey, the action. 

but this fucking ending is an exception. just put it on and i’ll tear up over that brilliant representation of how just one little thing (such as a simple bite of simple food) can bring back the most nostalgic childhood memories full force, in an instant. that great speech by ego, where he finally understands what gusteau really meant when he said that anyone can cook. that cozy little restaurant they end up opening. that beautiful, soothing song in french. ego, no longer a respected critic but clearly much happier, walking into the restaurant knowing the truth and asking remy, ‘surprise me!’, just. it’s so good. i love it.

Clean Me, Daddy | 30.03.17
  • Phil: "Why aren't you cleaning us?" said Candice. Oh...
  • Dan: Excuse me?
  • Phil: Last time I did a live show, I accidentally ordered 300 cleaning wipes.
  • Dan: I know. I've seen them.
  • Phil: So, you can have the honour of cleaning them.
  • Dan: Excuse me?
  • Phil: The webcam. It's a bit grubby, so you know give them a clean. Give them a wipe. Someone just said "clean me, daddy".
  • Dan holds the cleaning wipe with regret. Phil burst out laughing and Dan starts speaking in a high pitched voice.
  • Dan: Yeah, I read that too. What is this?
  • Phil: It wasn't this weird when I did it!
  • Dan: There's a section of your live show where...
  • Phil: No, it's not a section!
  • Dan: ... you clean them?
  • Phil: No, I'm just saying we're slightly blurry and they'd like to see us in 1080pHD quality.
  • Dan: No, you planned this. It's a section where you clean the audience. Now everyone is saying "clean me".
  • Phil: They liked it. Just do it! I'll make the sound effect.
  • Dan: There's dozen of tens of thousands of people saying "clean me" right now.
  • Phil: Dan, clean them. Clean them!
  • Dan: Jesus Christ.
  • Phil: Do it! It's what you signed up to do.
  • Dan suppressing a regretful chuckle, Phil grinning so damn wide.
  • Dan: Oh my God, stop! The chat! Frick. Even the YouTube comments are going to be ruined. Oh, whatever you fricking..
  • Dan wipes the webcam while Phil makes the sound effect.
  • Phil: That's the noise of the cleaning wipe. Look how clear we are now though. My pores are here.
  • Dan: And yet, I feel dirty.