but this scenes are the best i tell you

Someone probably beat me to the punch and made a post like this already, but honestly, I just had talk about this scene.

I’m sure all of you remember the infamous bathroom scene. This new flashback from episode 12 puts things into a different perspective. 

Here Yuri is, watching Yuuri’s past GPF performance. He’s trying his best to look disinterested yet you can tell he’s clearly interested. He even goes as far to admit that Yuuri’s step sequence grabbed his attention. And when he mentions the failed jumps he sounds almost…disappointed.

He isn’t making fun of him for messing up his jumps. He wants to see Yuuri be able to succeed and successfully complete a program.

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“dear isak, 

now i’m sitting in the place we met for the first time and thinking about you. soon, it’ll be 21:21. i want to say a thousand things to you. sorry, for scaring you. sorry, for hurting you. sorry, for not telling you that i’m bipolar. i was scared of losing you. i’d forgotten, that it’s not possible to lose someone, because everyone’s alone anyway. in another place in the universe, we’re together, for all of eternity

love you. even.”

You know what I thought was the hands down best line of this episode?

It’s this line right here 


(yuuri jishin no miryoku de tatakaeru)

“You can fight with your own personal charm.”     (subs are above but just in case the image doesn’t load)

Why, you ask? That’s because if you remember this scene from episode 4

that comes with the line


(vikutoru ha vikutoru de ite hoshii)

“I want Victor to be Victor” / “I want you to stay who you are, Victor”

It is the scene in which Yuuri explicitly tells Victor it’s okay for him to just be himself around Yuuri instead of changing his identity for him, and the reason I believe that the line in episode 6 is the best in the whole episode, is because it mirrors this scene. Victor tells Yuuri it’s okay to be himself while he skates to Eros. It’s okay to skate just as Yuuri and not as a pork cutlet bowl fatale, or a beautiful woman, because to Victor, plain old Yuuri is good enough.

And to make things even better, this line from episode 4


(fumikonda bundake fumikonde kureru)

“He (Victor) opens up just as much as I opened up, for me”

Of which a more accurate translation and discussion can be found here. This line, which denotes a mutual and balanced bond between Victor and Yuuri is evidence that Victor isn’t just saying it’s okay for Yuuri to skate as Yuuri on a whim, he’s saying it on purpose and he really does mean it. Victor actively furthers his relationship with Yuuri, and returns the favour by accepting him for who he is this episode, just as Yuuri has done for himself in episode 4.

Another sign that Victor and Yuuri are getting closer is Yuuri’s use of casual language instead of formal language forms. I noted before, in episode 4 as well, that Yuuri had begun to use casual language with Victor, and that it signalled Yuuri’s opening up, as well as how he started becoming more and more comfortable around Victor. However soon after, Yuuri reverted back to using formal language, reestablishing their formal relationship.

But in the last 2 episodes, after the 5 month skip between episode 4 and 5, we have seen Yuuri make use of casual language more and more with Victor, even going so far as to use polite language forms at the beginning of this episode


(ano vikutoru, nesasete kudasai)

“Um Victor, please let me sleep”

which although acts as a means to convey a point, is also playful in overall tone, and further portrays Victor and Yuuri’s budding relationship, which is developing so beautifully and naturally throughout the season.


Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder) is one of the best written characters and is a saint.  She is a wonderful mother.  You see that her son has a password for his fort.  She remembered the password and respected his rules, and he trusts her with the password.

You see the pride she has in providing things her kids love despite her low income.  “what kind of a mother can’t afford markers?”  You can tell it’s a struggle and that she wants the best for her kids.  Will is missing a red crayon and not only is she is taking an interest in his art, she cant stand to see him limited.

I love she knew where Jonathan wanted to go to college since he was 6.  My mom cant tell you things like that.

She’s over worked and underpaid but she takes the time to pay attention to her kids.

These scenes just break my heart and anchor her and us as the audience in her search for her missing son.


looking back at these two scenes after friday’s clip hurts

because i remember our general thought process, the questions we were asking ourselves, the why, even? why won’t you be with him? what are you thinking when you’re looking at isak like this? what’s going on? i remember the confusion we had felt ever since he had texted isak telling him he needed space. i remember our need for answers 

but now we know 

we know even loved isak this whole time. loved isak so much. loved isak so much that he thought staying away was the best thing to. loved isak so much he stayed away despite the pain, despite missing him the whole time. loved isak so much he thought he was worth this sacrifice 

we know he didn’t stay away for selfish reasons. we know it’s the complete opposite. and we knew isak was hurting because we’ve been with him this whole time. but now we realize just how much even was hurting, too 

at first i watched these scenes and i didn’t fully understand, and i felt confused. i now watch these scenes and i understand, and it makes my heart feel heavy 


every westallen scene ever (120/?)

Okay, but like, there’s this part in Dear Evan Hansen when Evan basically tells his mom that she would hate him if she knew that he tried to kill himself, and like…this scene spoke volumes to me. Because how do you tell someone you were thinking of ending your life? It’s terrifying. I’ve been there. And Ben Platt did such a fucking phenomenal job in this role that if he doesn’t win the Tony for best leading actor in a musical, I might actually cry.

The thing about Malec that I just cannot get over, is how amazing Matt and Harry’s chemistry is. Honestly, every single scene that includes Magnus and Alec, is just amazing. They have the kind of chemistry that just hits you in the face. Sometimes it’s honestly so hard for me to watch Malec scenes, not because they’re bad, far from it, but because they’re just so good. I think the sneak peek of their date, honestly solidifies what I’m saying. Those looks? Their smiles? It’s honestly so electrifying and I believe wholeheartedly that Malec has one of the best, or to be daring, the best romantic chemistry on shadowhunters. All the praise to Matthew and Harry. All the praise. You can tell when two actors take time and learn their character’s and their relationship. It shows. It really really shows. We are so blessed. 


I didn’t gif the “Now put you glasses back on, you look weird” because I hit the 10 gif limit, not because it was the typical ‘last line that ruined the scene’. In fact, I think Sheldon telling Amy to put her glasses back on meant that not only does Sheldon accept and love her despite her flaws, but also that her flaws in some way make her better.


Best friends 

 Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7

Where are you?” His voice was something I missed incredibly. It made my eyes water and my bottom lip quiver. I gripped my thigh to try to ground myself, to stop shaking, but realization dawned on me that he knows. 

I wanted to sink in my misery. 

(Y/n)… breathe, don’t cry okay? I’ll be there as soon as you tell me where you are.” I only sobbed incoherent words into the speaker, my head dizzy and my heart caught in my throat. 

Can you hand your phone to someone?” I looked at the bartender who was looking at me with tender eyes while cleaning a glass. 

“C-can you?” I stuttered, shoving my phone out towards him. He took the phone from me easily, like he’s done this about a million times. His mouth moved but I couldn’t hear any sounds. The only thing I could hear was a ringing in my ears as I kept replaying over and over what had just happened. 

He knows. 

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serious moment here but hearth has dealt with a lot. just the way they describe the amount of pain he carries around, and seeing for ourselves in hammer of thor the kind of childhood he had is just.. astounding. and blitz obviously isn’t doing great himself, if you consider the scene where he says that the giant squirrel doesn’t tell him what he already doesn’t tell himself.

what am i getting at? i’m not sure. maybe i’m saying that the two of them are strong motherfuckers who have been dealt a bad hand in life and make the best of it. maybe i’m saying that in each other they can find solidarity, they can find compassion, they can find peace. maybe i’m saying that i’m really proud of them for continuing to fight the good fight, for keeping on despite the weight on their shoulders. it’s a strength i wish i had in myself, and try to strive towards with them as my role models.



I’ve never made a music video before (you can probably tell). But my favourite TS song didn’t have a music video, so I just… decided to make one ? It probably sucks but I wanted to explain why and how I made it.

It took me about a week to make it, first of all because like I said I have no experience and also because I wanted each scene to mean something.

This is my own interpretation of the song with some modifications to make the video more dramatic. Basically it is about the different stages in a relationship. It begins slow, as it is filled with uncertainty. It’s kind of a mix between flashbacks and what you may feel and experience throughout a relationship. But basically after the bridge, he comes and picks her up and they get back together, their love is @alivebackfromthedead ;)

I wanted it to have an happy ending just because I’m weak and cannot handle heartbreaks.

So, @taylorswift this is for you and for everyone who loves This Love as much as I do! I really hope you like it.

Why does no one talk about that time Isak was chilling at home drinking beer with his bros and then his bros noticed he was upset so he explained it was a Even related thing and his bros were like “Bruh……. listen……. here’s what you gotta do” and then they were all giving him advice about dudes being dudes and how to text and telling him to tell Even to keep his act together and then when Even showed up Isak was like “okay bros you gotta bounce now” and that I think is the best scene in television history to be honest

Do you know what my favorite line of dialogue is from Uncharted 4? I’m gonna tell ya:

This shit gets me. Every. Single. Time. It perfectly sums up… Everything. Their entire relationship. Everything they’ve been through and are currently going through. And it’s some subtle foreshadowing (this game does some spectacular foreshadowing and one day I’ll sit down and do a gif set of the best examples of it because damn.) 

Every time this guy blunders his way into some disaster, here comes Elena Fisher at hour zero to save his ass and push him on to achieve his (lbr, crazy) goals. This game is full of damn fine writing and this is my absolute favorite line in the entire goddamn game. This entire scene is so subtle and heartfelt and heart-breaking in its melancholy.

people keep rbing my lando did nothing wrong post with “he made up for his mistake!!!” yall he never Made a mistake to begin with he did the only thing he could & then immediately started trying to fix it before the imperials had even so much as left the planet…. he made a temporary deal & convinced vader he meant it & then immediately started turning things around as soon as they were in an area that had his own men in it, like not even the next scene he was fixing things. he didnt even have to tell his men to do anything at first so obviously they had planned that

when i say lando did nothing wrong…. i mean he did Nothing Wrong he didnt make a mistake at all. why do you all have such bad star wars opinions. lando is one of the best characters i wont tolerate this slander


I Can’t Think Straight (2008)

Context: Leyla, a Muslim British-Indian woman, is coming out to her mother, telling her “I’m gay.” Her mother reacts with horror and disgust, telling her “You’re up to your neck in sin” and going so far as to ask “Who did this to you?”

But it’s this scene that sums up the reality of LGBTQ+ desi youth. Our parents may very well love us and want the best for us, but the absolute bottom line is: our parents do not want us to be happy. They want us to be appropriate, to be respectful, to have children and well-earning careers, to fit into the mold of heteronormativity and gender roles, to be religious and pious. But no, they do not want us to be happy. Happiness doesn’t fit into it. To them, happiness is indistinguishable as a separate characteristic because according to them, doing all of these things should already be making us happy. The ideal created for desi children is that they shouldn’t strive to do what makes them happy, but what makes them “good.” Unfortunately, under this context, good is defined as anything that isn’t seen as immoral or out of the norm. 

A woman who is not straight is rejecting her role as a wife, and to a lesser extent, her role as a mother. She is rejecting the notion of subservience to men, of obedience and inferiority. Under our current system that is hugely patriarchal, a woman who does not submit is a threat. 

Now, I’m not saying desi parents are bad parents or hate their children because it’s pretty clear this happens in nearly every other culture in the world. But I am saying that desi parents do not make their children’s happiness a priority, they make their children’s success a priority: successful careers and marriages and children = successful lives. So if you ask a desi parent “do you want your kid to be happy?” they’ll immediately say “yes, of course.” But if you add on “do you want your kid to be gay if that makes them happy?” the answer will be a lot less positive.

This movie tackled Leyla’s sexuality and coming out to her parents absolutely head-on with no coyness about it. She goes straight up to her mother and admits that she’s a lesbian. But her mother’s reaction is really the thing that most “coming out” stories try to gloss over, or sugarcoat, or just in general avoid. Her mother admits with frank and brutal honesty the truth that all LGBTQ+ desi kids know: our parents would rather see us miserable and straight than queer and happy.

the more i think about yen sid’s justification for keeping aqua a secret, the more it bothers me. i get what square was going for—yen sid is supposed to be the Wise Master Who Always Knows Best (lmao) and he’s absolutely correct that sora and riku would want to go after her, but like…..so? don’t treat them like they’re not mature enough to use restraint or incapable of strategy. prepare them. trust them. you’re supposed to be a team dammit

what i think square should have done with this scene is have yen sid give his bullcrap reasoning—not having forbid mickey from telling the truth but instead convinced him it would be for the best—but then acknowledge that he was wrong.

something like, “mickey and i were concerned that one of you would charge in recklessly and underprepared for the danger the realm of darkness holds, which would cause the worlds to suffer dearly should either of you be lost. we were unwilling to take that chance…but now i see that we should have acted sooner, and that, as a master, i should have trusted you with the truth. now we have lost precious time to gather our Lights, a setback for which i take responsibility.” and then mickey chimes in with an apology and all is forgiven bc honesty begets trust

I just need to keep talking about Urie/Saiko because when she tells him “I am looking, I’ve been looking all this time" I just feel like she acknowledged his strength and ability as a leader? because Urie was saying "I’m strong, I’m strong, look at me”, that’s his biggest insecurity, to not be strong enough, to not be good enough, and he fought to gain his spot so much. I feel like Saiko’s words meant “yes, Saiko knows how hard you’ve worked, how strong you are” it’s like she’s validating his strength and his power. Haise always got all the attention from everyone (especially Saiko) and Urie felt like nobody was ever looking at him, but Saiko was. She knew. I love Saiko so much, such an amazing character oh my god

I am really happy to have met you in this life.
Next time, I’ll be born as your older sister.
I’ll take good care of you then.
I’m sorry for this time.
You’ve done more than enough.
You can stop now.