but i laughed doe

While at the theatre watching Shape of Water:

A bit of context, I have been apartment hunting for the past few weeks. I’m between a one bedroom or two because the two is roomier and has big bathtubs (I’m nearly 6 ft tall, I need my space). Anyway brought my mom to see Shape of Water and we get to *that* scene and she just leans over to me and whispers “this is why you need that big bathtub.”.

Did…. Did she just tell me I need a big bathtub for a monster boyfriend???!

anonymous asked:

My Daddy and I are in a LDR and he works a lot. Last night after all his employees went home he called me from work and we didn't even really talk I just listened to him move around and type on his computer and stuff and sometimes I would say something silly to make him laugh. When he does stuff like that its almost as good as being together. He's the best Daddy ever.

I often tell the girls “make daddy feel like he’s there” and it doesn’t even have to be anything special or monumental going on. It’s nice to feel connected even in the most simple of ways.

I had a little i was seriously considering once who loved simply sitting and watching me work or game through Skype and got great comfort from it.

I think people often discount that the most seemingly trivial things can also be the most valuable and fulfilling.


I wonder if Bella can hold a conversation when she is sleep talking? b/c I know some people can. Does she laugh in her sleep too? 

Imagine Edward just cuddling Bella in his arms and Bella just freakin cackles in her sleep. He be like o_O “I wouldn’t put it pass you to be possessed by a demon with your luck”


happy birthday to our dearest jungkook!
thank you for being you 

Today I was walking behind a mother and a small child who couldn’t have been older than five. The child was walking in that syncopated gait that is instantly recognizable as a small child avoiding sidewalk cracks, which was completely adorable.

And then this adorable golden-haired child looked up at her mother and said in a completely even voice “Someday, I’ll step on it.”

That child is going places. Maybe jail. But places.

fun fact for neurotypicals: a suicidal person can laugh and make jokes and do things that they enjoy and live and work and function all while still being suicidal. stop erasing our mental illnesses just because we don’t constantly act like we’re mentally ill.

anonymous asked:

i don't remember the books so well, what is legolas' personality like in them? all i remember is tht the books and movie where massively different?

Oh my dear anon. I could go on about book Legolas for hours.

Book Legolas is a sassy little sh*t who skips on the surface of the snow when everyone else is drowning in it up to their waists and carrying the four hobbits. Book Legolas sleeps with his eyes open. He watches Aragorn throw himself to the groud and listen to the sound of running horses, only to say afterwards, “yeah, there are a hundred and five of them, they’re all blond and they all have spears nbd“. Book Legolas cries that Gollum escaped grom Mirkwood right after everyone was like, “phew, it’s good that Thranduil’s elves keep an eye on him, what could go wrong???“. He screams all the time, and occasionally drops his bow too. He kills a warg, shooting it right in the throat with a burning arrow. Book Legolas is a trees stan. Book Legolas walk away singing “To the Sea! To the Sea!“. Book Legolas is not afraid of zombies, thank you very much. He addreses his friends “children“, even though he is probably the youngest elf in Middle-Earth that we know of. And of course, book Legolas takes none of your bs, builds his own grey boat because who says he can’t sail on his own ship right, packs his best friend and shows up in Valinor 120 years late with Starbucks and a dwarf.