but what do those two do

anonymous asked:

Gif reaction to them wanting sex really bad but you want to play hard to get.

Jimin: “Two can play that game.”

Originally posted by sweaterpawsjimin

Namjoon: “baby please.. Its been a long day.”

Originally posted by ksjknj

Jungkook: “You smirk now but I’ll have you begging for me.”

Originally posted by jeonies

Hoseok: “Please Jagi-ah” “Why are you doing this to me” he’d whine lots, flashing you those puppy eyes.

Originally posted by jaayhope

Yoongi: “I have porn anyways..”

Originally posted by hobies

Taehyung: “you sure this is a good idea, princess/prince?”

Originally posted by mayfifolle

Seokjin: he’d pout and frown, desperately wanting you. “What did I ever do to you?” he’d whine under his breath, “please, Jagi.”

Originally posted by 1oyalty

anonymous asked:

Do you know how many times ive heard the excuse. “They said they were just friends” like celebs have never uttered those words before to hide a relationship and later reveal they are in fact dating. That is not is good argument, not when there is evidence to the contrary, specifically with these two and knowing what Z chooses to do with her r/s.

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I was tagged by @thisisbatteryacidyou-slime 💓

rules: tag ten of your followers you want to get to know better

Name: olivia

Gender: female

Star sign: leo

Height: 5'5!

What images do you have set as your desktop/cell wallpaper?: my phones lockscreen is that cute ass pic of jack dylan grazer snuggling a tiny lil puppy and his nose is all scrunched and he’s sleeping and. wow. my heart.

What do you see yourself doing in 10 years?: hopefully living in a cute lil apartment in a city, living my best life, with a job that makes me happy, and maybe even a spouse that makes me happy

If you could be anywhere else right now, where would you be?: anywhere but the shitty town i live in. preferably a city. la? nyc? seattle?

What was your coolest Halloween costume?: i was one of those lil aliens from toy story last year and my whole dance line dressed up as them and two people went as woody and buzz and it was a 10/10 group

What was your favorite 90s show?: freaks and geeks babyyy

What was your last kiss?: YA GIRL IS A PRUDE AND HASNT HAD HER FIRST KISS LMAOOO

Have you ever been stood up?: nada

Favorite ice cream flavor?: cookie dough or rocky road

Have you been to las vegas?: sadly, no

Your favorite pair of shoes?: i’ve had a pair of high top white converse for about four years now and they’re so dirty and ripped that my parents forcfully bought me a new pair and i just don’t like the clean white ones.

What’s your favorite flavour?: this is hard. flavour of what.

What is your favorite book?: i highly enjoy the miss. peregrines and harry potter series, paper towns, just mercy, the outsiders, i love reading whoops

What’s the studpidest thing you’ve ever done?: oh my goodness too many stupid things i can’t even think of something.

Which loser?: i relate to richie a lot tbh

I tag @nicholashamilton @toziertrashmouth @fiweewoo @eddiesfear @wyattvevo @80srichie @yourmoms-agazebo @festivemarsh @pastelreddie @wyatts-noodle-hair @pastelstanuris 💖

anonymous asked:

For the fluff thing, could you do Q T and Z for Michael?

Q = questions (do they believe in the supernatural? Aliens? Anything along those lines) YES He is all about aliens and all that! SERIOUSLY LOVES ALL THAT STUFF

T = together (how clingy are they? How long do you two spend together per day on average) answered this one already 

Z = zzzz (how heavy of a sleeper are they? How do they sleep? What mood do they wake up in? Really any sleeping headcanons) He sleeps with his mouth open and low key drools sometimes when he’s extremely tired 

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lying is the most fun a girl can have without taking her clothes off - UK CD/digital by panic! at the disco (2006)

How Dan and Phil probably broke up #37
  • Phil: *gets Dan a whisk for Christmas*

reblog if u ARE the new librarian, u SUPPORT the new librarian, or u want OLD PEOPLE to get OFF FACEBOOK

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Z Nation meme | four relationships [¼]  —– Murphy and Warren

I’m counting on you.

Keith Kogan: A Portrayal of Homosexuality Done Right

I always tell people that Voltron is a lot more clever than it gets credit for. It can spin a cliche/trope on it’s head beautifully, and while all the characters are easily digestible archetypes (i.e: the nerd, the loner), the creators add layers to them that not only make them feel like real people, but also makes social commentary on those very archetypes.

In no better way do they do this than with the character of Keith.

Before I get into how and why Keith deviates from you’re typical gay male protagonist, I want to establish as a fact that Keith is homosexual.

If you don’t see - what I consider to be - blatant evidence that Keith’s gay, well, I can’t say I blame you. Most people have ingrained heteronormative lenses, meaning they’ll miss the subtext of homosexual characters. Us in the LGBT community are much more attuned to seeing these because, well, for one, we’re queer, and two, because up until around the 1960s, the portrayal of gay characters in the media was illegal and could only be shown subtextually.

So it makes sense that people overlook the very nuanced portrayal of Keith’s sexuality, but if you’re willing to take off those lenses, it’s certainly there.

The first standout appearance of this is in season 1 episode 6: Taking Flight. Or as I like to call it, the day the shows name officially changed to Gaytron: Legendary Homosexuals

I think one of the disconnects for some viewers is that they don’t completely grasp the saying, “Show don’t tell,” the mantra of pretty much every writer. Not always, but typically, showing is better than telling. Or more accurately, telling needs to be used at the correct times and for the right reasons.

So how do they show us that Keith’s gay in this episode? Through three things, body language, actions, and juxtaposition.

You don’t have to be a body language specialist to understand the clear meaning behind Keith’s posture. Leaning, looking someone up and down, and a small, lingering smile/smirk are all subconscious signs of attraction. They’re also common ways of depicting male attraction in the media.

Speaking of depicting male attraction, lets look at how Lance’s flirts in the same episode.

Leaning. Check. Lingering smile. Check. Engaged eye contact. Check. The biggest difference is how blatant they are in their intentions, but that comes down to pure character difference. Keith is self assured and more genuinely confident. He also has a lot of walls up and isn’t so open. While Lance puts on a show/over compensates so that he might appear cool. You can also see this in their respective ‘I’m-checking-you-out’ postures. Lance’s body is open, he’s engaged and his eyes are on Nyma’s eyes. While Keith’s posture is interested, but more in an appreciative way. His body is closed off, and instead of looking Rolo in the eyes, he looks at his - um - physique. This is really fitting for Keith’s character, who again, has walls, and who also puts this mission first, and most likely has no intention of letting this attraction lead to anything other than having a nice piece of eye candy around for a couple of hours.

This is textbook juxtaposition. So moving along now.

I don’t want this to be a shippy post, so I won’t add all the times I think Keith shows attraction towards Lance, but I do want to mention this scene.

The use of the rainbow(the most recognizable symbol in the gay community) over lapping the bi flag colors is relevant for the same reason why the use of purple to symbolize the Galra is relevant. Purple represents royalty, imperialism, but also gloom and danger. The use of these colors and symbols are conscious choices.

While the above scene shows that Keith is attracted to men, this scene shows that Keith is also not attracted to woman.

What I love about this scene is that it’s such a cliche, and like I said up above, Voltron is good at turning those on their head. Here they utilize the tiered and true trope of accidentally falling into each others arms. If this was a hetero-centric Romcom than this moment would’ve been obviously meant to establish attraction, but instead, it does the opposite. Rather Keith personally likes Allura or not, she’s a knock out. So, if he’s attracted to women at all, and isn’t use to having that contact- which hes not - he should be at least somewhat shocked/flustered. If it had been an attractive guy that fell into Keith’s arms, I have no doubt that his reactions would be something beyond that blank stare. Considering he literally gasps every time Lance touches him

The last piece of “evidence” I want to show isn’t as blatant and may just be my perspective, but it’s worth mentioning.

The themes of Keith’s Galra arc are very reminiscent to coming out. He’s discovering parts of himself. He’s internalizing and hiding away said parts. He’s scared of what the people he cares about will think of him when they find out. If this is intentional, it’s brilliant, because while Voltron is set in a futurist world where sexuality is supposedly not an Issue, it still is for the youth of today. Meaning by having these similar themes, Keith becomes more relatable to LGBT people.

This is the part where, if you still don’t think Keith’s gay, I’ll have to calmly yet firmly ask you to get off my fucking lawn. For the rest of you, onward to victory!!!

LGBT individuals have a history of being badly represented in the media, especially now that gay characters have become a marketing strategy for a more progressive consumer base. Their whole character is often reduced to stereotypes or used as a giant walking gay pride flag that reads: look at us, we’re hip and with the times. Meaning, the majority of these characters plots and personalities are based solely on their sexuality. Which is a problem, because not only does it not help to normalize homosexuality, but it’s just not relatable to LGBT people.

I’ll give you an example. My mom’s a lesbian. She married to a woman and has two daughters, one who is trans and one who is bi. But despite how “gay"her life may seem, she very rarely describes herself as that way. She’s not active in LGBT issues. She doesn’t involve herself in the community. Shes not lesbian first and everything else afterward, and she is certainly not alone in that experience. Don’t get me wrong, LGBT individuals are more aware of their sexuality than cishet people, but it’s typically only because others point it out and remind us that its not "normal.” Still, for a lot of LGBT people, our sexuality is just one part of our personal narrative, not the whole damn book.

Another problem with LGBT representations is that their often just built off of stereotypes. Gay men are feminized and their sexuality is typically made the butt of a joke. They are shown as being promiscuous and having commitment issues. These are the standards.

But Keith abolishes all of those, and in such a seamless way too.

While Keith’s character is in no way excessively macho, he’s certainly not feminine either. He doesn’t mind getting sweaty. He’s temperamental and has anger issue. He lived a pretty low maintenance life in a desert shack, sleeps in his jeans like a heathen, and probably uses a dagger to peel oranges. Keith is a masculine character. He’s confident and self assured, but not vain. He’s emotional, but in a very private way. Whereas many other portrayal of gay men depict them as almost theatrically sensitive, confident, but only in their sexual prowess, and self absorbed, but only when it come to their looks and not when it comes to their skills.

This is already an impressive deviation, but what really makes Keith’s portrayal stand out is the way his sexuality is but a mere footnote in what makes his character his character, and how that fits into his personality and story arc so well.

The first thing you have to realize about Keith is that, while he certainly wants to connect with people, it’s not his number one priority. He has barriers. He fears rejection, and despite wanting to feel as if he belongs, its not hard to see how Keith has been conditioned to assume he’ll inevitability be left behind, and therefore places personal relationships low on his list of priorities. Meaning, yes, he was checking out Rolo, and yes, I believe that he’s very very fond of Lance, but I can’t imagine that Keith really sees these relationships becoming something substantial or romantic, and thus doesn’t put too much effort into perusing them. You can really tell what’s important to a character by what they focus their time on. Take Lance for instance, he’s a character who blatantly cares about friendships and has no problem openly flirting. That’s not to say Lance doesn’t care about the war, just like Keith’s reluctance to pursue meaningful bonds doesn’t mean he doesn’t want them. It just means that relationships and love obviously mean a lot to Lance.

So what does Keith focus on? Well, he shows the most focus on relationships in season one, when the connections he had with his makeshift family was the post pressing thing going on. (You cant really form Voltron if you don’t connect with the other members) But after season one, with all the changes Keith goes through, we see a big shift in his priorities. First he finds out about his heritage, then Shiro disappears and he is thrust into leadership, and then most recently, he joins the Blade.

By framing Keith’s character like this, it allows the creators to make his sexuality natural and relatable in a very interesting way. Because as LGBT people know, our sexuality isn’t the most important part of our lives. Just like Keith, we have more to focus on.

That’s not to say that his sexuality will never be shown explicitly. Like I said, I don’t want to get too shippy, but I truly believe that Laith is endgame. So if and when that happens, his sexuality will naturally come into play. Sadly, their will be a lot of people who call it forced because they missed the subtext and are use to seeing gay characters depicted more as spectacles than real people.

Voltron has really done something special here. They’ve create a universe where sexuality isn’t an issue, and they make it believable by never bringing it up outside of naturally occurring, unforced, appropriate context. Even better, because the Voltron universe is so vastly different than our own, it would’ve been easy to make LGBT characters that we couldn’t relate to, but they don’t. They manage this so well that I honestly can’t phantom Keith’s sexuality being anything but homosexual despite the fact it’s never been explicitly shown.

But most importantly, they’re creating a higher standard for LGBT representation. They are normalizing it on a show aimed towards children who are heavily influenced by the media they consume.


That, my friends, is worth applauding.

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still trying to break in this t-t-t-tablet so here are some morioh sketches!

i had a flashback to the above exchange after reading the most recent tweets-

fuckin mr planned out practical and concise boy whiskey vs “uhhhhh idk sure ok sounds fun” tango

like whiskeys just “im gonna do things This Way Specifically because that is The Most Sensible and Works”

tango: im gonna wing it

whiskey: [short circuits] [cannot Deal w/tango’s casual approach to life] [steals last of the pie]

also bitty with the relatable content-

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SevenMC4 - It’s not just you.

Translation checked by @petite-neko (Thank you!)

I’m saying it again. My mc4 is very serious character. And very honest about what she want or do. She just don’t talk about things when it’s necessary and didn’t well express her emotions because some reasons I don’t draw yet.

On the other hand, Saeyoung give me this impression that he have some ideal what gentlemen look like and old-fashioned idea about women’s desire.

So this is result of those two combined idea.


※ Do not repost it on Instagram or Facebook.

“I want a bath spell but I’m a shower person!!” Workaround

Listen. I miss baths too. But we have places to be and are in tiny apartments and we don’t have time to be soaking in a pool of herbs and then immediately scrubbing the leaves out of the tub.

You will need:

  • A pot
  • Your herbs (food/cosmetic grade)
  • Liquid Castille soap (unscented Dr. Bronner’s, okay?)
  • Empty squeeze bottle (I’ve even used one of those $2 condiment bottles from wegmans)
  • Quartz, if you’re one of those “I have to charge it!” witches
  1. Boil them herbs. Boil ‘em 'til they’re soft and colorless. Get all that power out of them. Strain the water clear of plant material and set aside.
  2. Wait for it to cool to a temperature that won’t warp or melt your plastic bottle and then fill said bottle about two thirds way. Drop that quartz in there now if you’re going to do that.
  3. Remove quartz before you pour in the Castille soap. But that’s what you’re doing; dumping in Castille soap the rest of the way. It’s meant to be diluted and we’re taking advantage of the high concentration of soap.
  4. Gently mix.
  5. In the shower, squeeze onto a wash cloth and lather as much as you want in your hair and all over your body.

Bam. Can be adapted to almost any bath spell and doesn’t result in a moldy sachet or leaves in the drain.

-Blessings! ✨

anonymous asked:

Yeh Mina get it girl! So then, out of that circle of friends, are there any girls you'd pair with Mina?

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! what a good question!

yes

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#worriedpuppyswan

anonymous asked:

Can we have a Cole and Justice/Anders banter? Something fluffy. Where they comfort and help each other.

Cole: You fixed her. She was broken and now she’s whole. 

Anders: The woman at the clinic back in town? It was a simple broken ankle. She just needed a little mending. 

Cole: No. Not her bone. Crippled, cornered, can’t escape

Anders: You’d be amazed how trapped you feel when you lose the ability to run away. Trust me. 

Cole: But you gave it back to her. She can walk again. 

Anders: I just sped up the process a little. 

Cole: You gave her her freedom back. 

Anders: Now you’re just trying to flatter me. It’s working. Thanks Cole.