but this is a good instance of it


I’d just like to take this opportunity to thank someone who is not only responsible for planning all of this tonight, complete with a Rastafarian theme that you all embraced so heartily, but who is also the mastermind behind solving tonight’s crime.I know, it’s true, I’m the psychic, but oftentimes, my revelations are nothing but cryptic mess.Tonight, for instance, all I could see was scenes from Pretty in Pink, a giant rhombus, and a t-shirt that read “Soccer Moms are Easy.” Now, I don’t know what these things mean, but Gus is somehow able to shape them into cold, hard evidential facts. But that is not what makes him great. No, sir. Burton Guster has been my best friend since we were five. And maybe, just maybe, if any of you can look yourselves in the mirror and know that you’ve been half as good a friend to someone else as Gus has been to me, well, you too can be considered great.

anonymous asked:

i don't suppose there's an ending where chara gets to stay with frisk? they seem like a sweet ghost pal, not pesky at all!

That would be Bad End: 20 “Memory”
In this particular bad end, Chara asks Frisk for a favor…
This favor being their body. Chara begs, saying they were robbed of so many memories and just want to have a chance to live normally, just like like Frisk does. They will take Frisk’s body by force with the assistance of Flowey.

Chara is sweet but extremely bitter under all their smiles and jokes. If they had a chance of a sliver of hope of living a “normal” life with Asriel again, they would take it in an instance.

However in the Good end: “Reunited” Chara will sometimes invade Frisk’s dreams, although they are much more peaceful and pleasant, typically consisting of being in vast fields of golden flowers.

anonymous asked:

Jealous headcanon of akaashi, Bokuto and seijoh 3rd year with s/o~ thanks love ya

oooooh wtf is this hina actually wrote something holy shit
Sorry, but I’m just gonna do Iwa and Oikawa for the 3rd years. Hope you can forgive me! And love ya too!

Akaashi Keiji

  • He’s quietly jealous.
  • Watches his s/o out of the corner of his eye when he catches them talking to someone he thinks they might find attractive or has a reputation for being flirty.
  • He never voices his jealousy though and instead expresses it in his actions: Holding onto his s/o’s hands a bit tighter and longer than usual, hugging them more in public or out of the blue, stepping next to them to stare down his “rival”, etc.
  • If his s/o asks him if he’s jealous he will deny it to his dying breath. But it’s completely obvious.
  • Akaashi is surprisingly good at telling whether or not his s/o is actively trying to make him jealous or is just being oblivious. For the instances they’re trying to make him jealous, he just rolls his eyes and it doesn’t bother him at all.
  • He just makes a mental note to pay more attention to them in the future.

Bokuto Koutarou

  • Opposite of Akaashi. Loudly jealous.
  • He switches between being overly zealous in his acts of affection as a result of the jealousy and sort of shying away, insecurities sneaking into his head.
  • Asks his s/o if they meant to make him jealous and if they still like him. He asks them this almost every time he gets jealous.
  • Goes to his friends for support/advice on what to do to lessen the jealousy (if it continues longer than usual)
  • Talks to his s/o about what makes him jealous and asks if they wouldn’t mind keeping an eye on what they do. It’s a bit of a stretch for him to ask that, and he wouldn’t really mind if they slipped up sometimes, but Bokuto’s actually pretty fragile and needs reassurance.
  • Conversely, sometimes he likes to mess around with his jealousy. It honestly all depends on the day he’s had and his mood.
  • He’s boast a little and proclaim him love to his s/o loudly and in front of whoever is making him jealous. His displays of affection usually work to drive them away.

Oikawa Tooru

  • Quickest to get jealous despite his being known for exuding confidence.
  • Like Bokuto, he swings from one extreme to another. However, this is usually between anger and sadness. He’s not good at channeling his jealousy into humor.
  • Most of the time he can sense when someone’s hitting on his s/o and he seems to just sort of appear out of thin air with a somewhat sadistic smile on his face, staring down the person with a challenge written in his expression and anger hidden in his eyes. God forbid someone flirts with his s/o when he’s already there.
  • His jealousy can transition over to possessiveness fairly easily, though he knows it’s not good to be possessive so he’s working on fixing that aspect of himself.
  • During the times when he’s not angry as a response and instead sad, his already fragile confidence seems to shatter a bit and he seeks reassurance from anyone other than his s/o, unsure about how he should go about talking to them about it. After some tough love from Iwaizumi and encouragement, he communicates his insecurities to his s/o and they work on them together.
  • His s/o is very good at making him feel loved again. This tends to include cuddles and/or kisses and taking silly pictures together so Oikawa can boast about how cute his s/o is on social media.

Iwaizumi Hajime

  • Don’t get this boy jealous. It is not a good idea.
  • He initially reacts with anger, similar to Oikawa. He likes to stare down and intimidate the person causing the jealousy. It’s actually kind of scary.
  • His first instinct after “make that person fear for their well being” is to remove himself and his s/o from the situation. He’s found that it’s easier to process everything when the source of the jealousy isn’t there.
  • Iwa doesn’t like to voice his concerns and instead relies on his s/o to understand where his feelings are coming from and reassure him that he’s the only one they have eyes for.
  • He and his s/o are very good at silent communication and use that to their advantage if they can’t immediately leave the situation.
  • It’s very rare for Iwaizumi to get actually jealous. He knows that, for the most part, the threat isn’t serious so it shouldn’t (and doesn’t) really bother him.
  • For the times actual communication with words rather than body movements and eyes, he finds it easier and more comfortable to communicate by texting, even if they’re in the same room. He likes being able to have time to think about his words and put them into text rather than just talk.

themidgardiansongstress  asked:

I'm thinking more of like creepy ~aesthetic~ type images to use that could evoke the mood of darkiplier? Cause I'm pretty good on screencaps, bit if you make any screencaps, I'll be sure to credit you as a collaborator

oh gotcha! well, i just use google images, or sometimes i just use the search here on tumblr to help look for certain types of images that might fit. like, for instance, i was looking for a more red image, i would just type ‘red aesthetic’ into the searchbar and look for images that way. sorry i’m not much help! 

snommelp  asked:

Apologies if you're wanting to move on from this topic, but re: racism in Sweden, if you do a Google search for that exact phrase you get no few official European (and specifically Swedish) sources that talk about exactly that. Islamophobia, Antisemitism, anti-black racism and anti-Roma racism. All with recent figures. So it's not even like it's an instance of "the rest of Europe might be bad but up here we're fine."

[re: this post]

No, you’re good, and wow - that speaks volumes.

The concept that “I’m less racist than the next person therefore I’m not racist at all” is, I believe, one of the most effective ways racism propagates itself and persists. Kind of like thinking you’re tall only because someone else is shorter than you. That’s why I tend to despise the “who’s less racist” comparisons, because ultimately it excuses someone’s racism.

Like I said, I’m not trying to slam Sweden (I actually follow a pretty woke feminist from there) but lately I’m seeing a lot of Europeans who don’t seem to acknowledge the worst of European history, and that’s no better than America ignoring its past.  

And on another note, it’s just very hard for me to relate to people who bust into threads with,”but not all white people.” It’s derailing and it’s a desperate attempt to prioritize whiteness, and protect the self-serving notions of white purity and white innocence. They may as well be saying “I’m racist and have fragile feelings. I’m exactly who you’re  talking about.”

Looks like I’m the only person on the internet who didn’t unequivocally love The Scream™.

I realise I’m going to need witness protection for saying this but I don’t think it was in character and it didn’t seem quite right. I don’t feel it’s a Bob thing, because I can’t think of any instance in which Bob hasn’t nailed Bellamy 100% so coupled with some of the weird dialogue and shooting choices in that scene I’m going to say I think it’s a script or direction or editing failure because it did not resonate with me at all.

Anyone who knows me well enough knows that I’m fascinated by weird religious panics about kids’ pop culture from the last few decades, from D&D being accused of teaching kids witchcraft to He-Man being picked apart for occult symbolism. So I’m honestly surprised there hasn’t been some loud, widely-publicized moral panic about Steven Universe from the religious fundamentalist crowd yet. I mean, think about it, we have a popular cartoon show aimed at children that features:

  • At least one canonical same-sex couple, as well as at least a couple major examples of same-sex attraction
  • A main character who is stated to have been born out of wedlock and raised by a non-traditional family unit
  • At least a few instances of “suggestive” dance moves
  • Magic and violence being shown as a good and positive thing
  • A major symbol for the good guys being a five-pointed star
  • Use of mystical/magical crystals (fundies are still suspicious about that aspect of new age culture, right?)
  • Seeing the future via a “third eye” (this is one thing I recall that fundies complaining about occult elements in cartoons back in the 80s LOVED to rail about)
  • A character who uses shapeshifting to turn into animal forms (another aspect of “occult” religions and beliefs that 80s-era fundies got their undies in a bunch over) or even to transform from a female form to a male one
  • A character who defies the gender binary and is attractive to both men AND women

I mean, I certainly wouldn’t agree with such a moral panic, but in a world where The Loud House can get yelled at by One Million Moms for featuring a pair of gay parents in one episode, I’m honestly baffled that this entire show managed to slip by the religious types’ radar.

Man, fundies really lost their touch since the Satanic Panic ended, huh?

That episode was fucking great and I'll tell you why

As someone who does a college course in Television, I’ve been taught that the audience pick up on everything. Every. Damn. Thing. Even subconsciously.

To me, this episode was off. It was wrong. Some parts just didn’t seem like BBC Sherlock. For instance, that part where John was sad but there was no John’s Sad Theme™. Or the fact that when Mary was ‘dying’ John didn’t even try to help her, when he definitely has the skills to at least make her a little more comfortable, or attempt to stop the blood flow. That’s why this episode was so good.

An audience picks up on little things like that, it creates uneasiness. Motfiss want us to feel uneasy, they want us to know that not everything is as it seems. Something is coming, the shark below the calm water.

Concept: a shapeshifter that has excellent craftsmanship but poor judgement. It can flawlessly impersonate a washing-machine, for instance, but doesn’t understand that a 1994 Whirlpool washing-machine is not very good camouflage on the slopes of Mt. Rainier.


that dance girl’s comment: “two guys being together is so cute” and the fucking LOOK between jonas and mahdi and isak’s lil awkward “..awesome” because HELL NO IT’S NOT COOL TO SAY SHIT LIKE THAT




TAKE VOLUME 59’S AFTERWORD FOR INSTANCE. He said he knew he took a risk in making Gray and Natsu true enemies even for a short time, and he feels bad about any disruption he caused. And he hopes you continue reading because he’s going to try and make things EVEN MORE interesting.

We don’t deserve him. Obviously he is writing his own series, not based on what his fans want, which is good. But he still cares about what we think and half of us treat him like shit.

Please respect this man. He works so, so hard for us. Please.

Eskild: I’m at the store, anyone need anything?

Noora: There’s not any toilet paper left.

Eskild: Do you need anything, Isak?

Isak: Maybe a Fanta

Linn: I’ve also had my heart broken Isak. And it was awful. I locked myself inside my room and slept all day.

Noora: So you’re still heartbroken?

Linn: No?

First you’re just depressed*, sad and hurt. But then the hate kicks in

Isak: I’ll never hate Even

Linn: Just wait, it’s coming

Hate is a good thing. It means you’re starting to get over him.

And when you’re done with hate, you become icompletely indifferent and then you can fall in love with someone new

Then you’ll look back at the two of you as a nice experience and that’s it.

Eskild: Linn has never been so active in the chat before.

Noora: IK*. I think Isak hit a soft spot with the fanta.

(*I do not condone the use og the word “depressed” in this instance, but it’s what she wrote

IK =i know)

Just 👏🏻a👏🏻reminder 👏🏻to👏🏻ship👏🏻the👏🏻characters 👏🏻and 👏🏻NOT 👏🏻the 👏🏻actors 👏🏻please.


Rhett wearing Link’s glasses.

  1. WIN the Signed Rhettward Photo
  2. Extremely OCD Morning Routine
  3. NOT TOO DEEP with RHETT AND LINK // Grace Helbig
  4. When You Forget to Put on Deodorant… - Good Mythical More
  5. Testing the Egg Rollie
  6. Giant Cereal Bowl Bath
  7. Playing Don’t Break the Ice! - Frozen Edition
  8. Chicken Noodle Soup Bath
Pittsburgh Penguin Memes
  • Sid is part of most conspiracy theories for example he’s one of the lizard people running the world, he has a spot in the great doomsday bunker, he buried the treasure at oak island ect.
  • Every time someone asks Phil for a favor he’ll say “Well i’m a Stanley Cup Champion soooo…” 
  • Connor Sheary starts every story with “back in my day,”
  • Everyone does impressions of Mike Sullivan with really bad boston accents, it gets stronger every time Sullivan says he doesn’t have an accent.
  • Every time Sid does something good someone says “not like Connor McDavid though…” 
  • Matt Murray is trying to assassinate MAF. For instance if Murray walks up to talk to Flower someone will shout “WATCH OUT, FLOWER BEHIND YOU!” 
  • Everything Sid does is linked back to the number 87 a la conspiracy videos on youtube.
  • “Thunder Bay native Kris Letang!”
  • “Father, Son and Jaromir Jagr”
  • Whenever Phil does something good someone responds with “Amanda would have done it better/faster.” Phil agrees.
  • Saying “BoninoBoninoBoninoBoninoBoninoBoninoBoninoooooo” every time they address him.
  • Sidney Crosby’s dad is actually [insert random goaltender] bonus points if it’s a goaltender younger than him or around his age.
  • Whenever Geno does a really fast zone entry, all the players on the bench say “zoom zoom.” 
  • The penalty box is referred to as Sully’s office

im honestly still so overwhelmed by how much of a gift YOI is like… we got two dynamic mentally ill gay main characters who started a healthy interracial relationship where they talk through their problems and end up engaged and the focus of the story is not on being gay nor the trials and tribulations of being gay like….. when has the lgbtq+ community ever been given such a beautiful piece of media representation, there is not a single instance of homophobia in this show, there is no mocking of yuuri and viktor’s relationship, no one is outed with terrible repercussions, no one’s family disowns them or mocks them or causes them any pain whatsoever it’s just a good happy show with a beautiful impact and im so grateful to kubo-sensei for sharing this with us i owe her all my happiness

…for some of us, books are as important as anything else on earth. What a miracle it is that out of these small, flat, rigid pieces of paper unfolds world after world, worlds that sing to you, comfort and quiet you or excite you. Books help us understand who we are and how we are to behave. They show us what community and friendship mean; they show us how to live and die. They are full of the things that you don’t get in life…wonderful, lyrical language, for instance. And quality of attention: we may notice amazing details during the course of a day but we rarely let ourselves stop and really pay attention. An author makes you notice, makes you pay attention and this is a great gift. My gratitude for good writing is unbounded; I’m grateful for it the way I’m grateful for the ocean.
—  Anne Lamott