but yeah this is my opinion

anonymous asked:

Tbh ppl jump into conclusion too soon. There are girls and suddenly it's about romance for them. Aren't they the once being heteronormalistic then?? I didn't even interpreted it as a love story. And the tae kdrama grap thing was in my opinion only because she tried to steal. But yeah i agree that the whole hyyh story should die finally I'm annoyed by all of that now it's going on for way to long. Bighit should really think of something new

ok,,,,anyway that article bighit tweeted said they were love stories So

anonymous asked:

in my opinion, i WISH bts had girlfriends!! like, they deserve to be loved too,, they're already getting older & i know they're busy with music & everything but i can only imagine how lonely they get ?? i mean, from their point of view, they're with eachother 24/7 & they're loving & cuddly & i feel like they probably crave that occasionally, but from a girl i'm sure. idk just them being happy makes me happy & i just (,: 💗 (side note: not saying they're miserable w/out a gf lol) - r

Haha yeah I agree. I mean for all we know tho they might even have girlfriends. And I’d be happy that they’re experiencing all the perks of being in a relationship. But I realize it can get kinda hard with the life they live. But still I hope they find a girl they can treasure and will treasure them in return too. Those boys deserve the world and more ❤️

anonymous asked:

Honestly, I think the only reason people hate Town and Out is because Mr. Enter gave it a negative review, which tends to happen with a lot of things he reviews. (For example, the MLP episode Putting Your Hoof Down was generally considered decent until he called it the worst episode of the show, and now it's one of the show's most controversial episodes since his fan base tends to blindly agree with everything he says.) Town and Out isn't really my favorite episode, but it's pretty good.

Yeah, that sounds plausible. And sometimes people make videos about like the worst episodes or whatever and people who aren’t like REALLY into whatever the video is about will just assume that’s what everyone else thinks. It’s all opinions!

anonymous asked:

I've never really liked Enma from KHR either. I have read the Inheritance arc and honestly, it explains his reasoning but it doesn't excuse what he does during it. He's kind of like an angrier, meaner Tsuna with a back-stabbing kick. (No offense to people who do like him, but. I don't.)

Yeah, that’s basically my opinion of him. I might be a little biased because it was Tsuna (and friends) he attacked, not to mention Enma’s own guardians turned their boss against him even more, so… yeah. They had their reasons, not to mention Daemon pulling his crap in the background, but there is such a thing as taking a centuries-grudge too far, especially since they didn’t even have all the facts and they turned out to be wrong in the end anyway.

it’s funny, a couple years ago i was very adamant that i wasn’t going to have kids but recently, after seeing babies at work and my friends having them, i’ve decided in like 6-7 years i want a kid, maybe two. now i’m not saying this to try to change anyone’s opinion on not having kids but this is just a personal thought of mine.

i used to dislike kids but now i realize they can be a blessing too and i’m willing to accept that blessing in like 6-7 years from now and have one or two. so yeah rambling on babies and stuff.

anonymous asked:

nothing makes me angrier than anti tonys saying that tony's selfish and narcissistic and cares only about himself.

Yeah, the whole “tony is a selfish narcissist” thing has to be one of the grossest misinterpretations of the character out there. No basis in canon whatsoever. The good thing (in my opinion) is that their opinions literally don’t matter at all! Tony is a beloved fictional character who has been doing his thing for 50+ years and is not at all affected by what anyone says on the internet. So I say, ignore the antis, save the anger for real life issues, and post some positive Tony stuff because isn’t that what fandom is supposed to be about?

anonymous asked:

you should be allowed to express your opinion on a ship you dont like ?? and its okay to not like it, too. if you don't express your opinion like that people might still ask you about it but thats just what i think.

// tbh it’s my way of trying to keep people from asking about it. I know I’d get a lot more asks about it if I just ignored them and deleted them, this way I at least stop a good amount of people from asking. I’m allowed to be annoyed when they do ask.

but yeah thanks for understanding

anonymous asked:

If we send you story/fanfiction prompts can you tell us if they're good???

I mean, yeah, you can send me prompts, but it’ll just be my personal opinions of what they are so IDK if you’d count them better than anyone else’s opinions

“ can you believe i have to go to, not the next town over or the town after that but THREE towns over just to get my job and be around decent makeup? “ pearl moved whoever’s items where on the chair before sitting down next to the other. “ it’s just a travesty in my personal opinion.. no one was sitting here, right? whatever, i don’t even care i’m just pissed off on how much gas i’m spending just to get to work. “

NAME: Silver or Spirit
GENDER:  Female, she/her
RELATIONSHIP STATUS: half-dating a sweetie from a different university that’s way too nice for my cold heart
ZODIAC: Cancer
FAVOURITE COLOUR: blue or silver

FAVOURITE VIDEO GAME:  can’t pick one
LAST SHOW YOU WATCHED:  Lol, The Great Food Truck Race fight me.
WHAT’S YOUR HONEST OPINION ABOUT YOUR MUSE: A just and modest solider thrust with the responsibility of thousands–who perhaps lost focus of things that mattered so dearly to him–loses everything that he had and crawls out a changed, snapped man, but still the same deep inside.
WOULD YOU DATE YOUR MUSE?: No, no I wouldn’t XD however I would make him tea and listen to his stories.
WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE KINDS OF THREADS?: I honestly love most threads–my mood changes to what I want to focus on but yeah, most.
ARE YOU A SELECTIVE ROLEPLAYER?:  Generally, yes, though I’m pretty sporadic about it–if the mun gives me a great impression I’ll probably just turn into a puddle XD.

DO YOU HAVE A FAVOURITE MUSE?:  Eh, Jack is great, honestly.
WHAT MADE YOU DECIDE TO JOIN THE FANDOM?: Both my love of the game and that the fandom I was currently in was dying.

Tagged by: @deathscorned <3
Tagging: @scarslookgood, @valkyrietilvalhalla, @crowsandmalachite, @little-angel-carter, @velvettclaws, and anyone who wants to steal it


#look at their faces #they’re watching the narnia they loved #but everything changed #because they weren’t there #trumpkin just accused them of abandoning narnia #but they didn’t chose to #aslan kicked them out #he threw them into a world where they didn’t fit anymore #and now they’re back #and they feel so guilty #and so sad #they weren’t here to protect the narnians as they should have #and now look at this mess #fuck aslan #he’s the one who abandoned everyone

tw: ed mentions

OKAY SO for those who don’t know i had an eating disorder and am currently recovering. and this is relevant because after over a day of mental preparation, i watched To The Bone on Netflix

for those who don’t know pt 2- To The Bone is basically a movie about a girl with anorexia, and a couple other kids with different eds.

you see, that already had me concerned because, you know, Netflix made 13 Reasons Why and I don’t need to go into detail about that. So I watched it today to make sure it was done right, I guess? Basically to make sure it wasn’t A Mess.

And I’m here to tell you that, in my opinion, To The Bone was a great movie. 

I did some research about it beforehand and I learned that a lot of people who were part of the production (writers/actors/etc) have had EDs, and that a lot of the movie was based off of true events. This already puts To The Bone under different circumstances when compared to 13rw, and I was incredibly happy about that when I did my research. Although, of course, a part of me was still worried.

But, like I said, it turned out to be a great movie. But before I write down what I liked about the movie, I need to put it out there that it is, indeed, an incredibly triggering movie (which is why I needed a day of preparation before watching it) so please don’t watch it if you feel you’ll be badly triggered.

Now, onto why I liked To The Bone:

  • They had a trigger warning before the movie. I absolutely hated the strong lack of trigger warnings in 13rw, so I was really happy to see that there was a warning before the movie (where they also mentioned that people involved in making the movie have had EDs)
  • Lily Collins. Honestly this doesn’t even need to be explained. Also her character was incredibly blunt and idk I liked her character a lot
  • They didn’t romanticize eating disorders. This was incredibly important to me. How they showed and described eds were, in my opinion, very accurate and so incredibly blunt and real. They showed what I refer to as the ugly parts of having an eating disorder, and I was really happy about that. It showed that eds aren’t diets, trends, and how it’s not always about getting skinny (there’s a part where they talked about this and I cried because it was just so true and I was so thankfu for that)
  • The sister relationship is just so sweet and real. Like, it’s hard to explain without giving too much spoilers and this is more on the personal side but I really love the moments when the sisters were talking (another part where I cried) because I’m personally really close to my brother and yeah
  • One of the characters is a boy recovering from an ed. This was really important to me because I feel like some people don’t realize that boys can get eating disorders.
  • It ends on a good note, but not after some shit goes down. I liked this because, again, it felt real. It wasn’t some magical happy ending or anything, but it was a good ending that happened after some struggle, which is how it is in real life. 
  • I cried a lot because, like what I’ve been saying a lot in this post, it felt real. It didn’t feel like a sensationalized ed movie that’s “fake deep” or anything, it was very raw to me. It had scenes that may seem too blunt or shocking to other people who never had an ed, but to me they were relatable. And this movie is now very dear to my heart.

In short: I liked To The Bone a lot and I wanna thank everyone who worked on it because I really love how it turned out and yall did *not* pull a 13 reasons why

to non-autistic people

no, stimming is not an autistic-specific thing and everyone stims! it’s the intensity and the amount of it that makes it a special characteristic of most autistic people, it’s okay for people without autism to buy stim toys and to say they stim. a lot of trauma victims use stim toys and stim for comfort purposes and it’s not cool to tell them that it’s not “for them”

Star Wars and toxic masculinity though, I’m sorry, but what? Are we watching the same movies? They have a pretty clear message: Anger is the path to the Dark Side. If you want to be a hero, don’t go around getting angry and being violent, you have to be nice. Kind. Understanding. That’s kind of a central message. And it runs very much counter to the whole angry, prone to violence, emotionless macho thing.

That’s shown in the characters as well, because we’ve got some really big tough no-emotion macho hero types there, let’s review:

  • Luke Skywalker, bleeding heart idealist, has a lot of feelings and shows all of them. Whines about wanting to see his friends. Cries when upset or in pain. Appeals to people’s conscience, does the right thing, big on calming your mind and listening to your heart. Makes friends with everyone immediately, can’t hate anyone for longer than two minutes. Does not hesitate to rush headlong into danger, but can’t necessarily save the day with fighting prowess. Cares deeply about everyone. If you could be friends with any character, I’d recommend this one.
  • Han Solo, resident idiot, has many feelings and tries to hide them, everyone knows anyway. Will glance broodily around so that you can tell he’s upset or conflicted. Really wants to talk to the girl he likes about her feelings, but has no idea how. Says he doesn’t care, continually runs straight into danger to save the people he cares about. Doesn’t even try to look tough in the face of torture, immediately starts screaming, would never say “it’s just a scratch”. Constantly needs help, always barely one step ahead of total disaster, definitely not your knight in shining armour.
  • Lando Calrissian, actual ladies’ man, charming and suave, arguably the closest we get to a fuckboy except not because he totally respects Leia. Shows polite interest, does not push or manipulate when he realises that she’s not interested, despite the fact that this happens very subtly. Does not hesitate to do the right thing, loyal to his friends, even at great personal cost. Also does not hesitate to follow Leia’s orders, and not because he thinks it’ll get him laid.
  • Anakin Skywalker, drama queen extraordinaire, has far too many feelings and most of them make him cry. May seem a little whiny. Always wants to talk about his feelings, readily shares them with anyone who’ll stand still for long enough. Loves very deeply and is not afraid to show it. Gets very angry, but this is shown to be a Bad Thing. Gets too attached to the point of obsession, which is also shown to be a Bad Thing.
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi, drama queen support group, is a lot better at keeping his feelings under control but still has them. Will absolutely cry at emotional moments (possibly because he is tired). Understands everyone, even if he kind of wishes he didn’t. His need to be rescued by Anakin is a running joke, but not in a way that demeans him as a man, or a person. Makes snarky quips to reassure himself. Knew all along that This Is A Terrible Idea. Definitely the Mom Friend.
  • Palpatine, the big bad, an evil nightmare of a man. Literally uses his anger and hatred as a power source. Enjoys torture and violence, wants to corrupt the hero with hatred and anger. Likes to pretend he knows everything, needs no help, thinks love and friendship are weakness. Has no friends. Employs no women (in the movies). Shows no emotion except smug superiority, anger, and, briefly, panic. Ultimately defeated by the power of love and forgiveness, which serves him right.

Star Wars very explicitly portrays excessive anger and violence as BAD, and caring and understanding as GOOD. The guys are allowed to cry, they all need rescuing at various points and they aren’t “less” for it. They work together with women, as partners and equals. When Anakin finds out that Padmé is pregnant, he doesn’t roll his eyes or get cold feet, he’s delighted. He’s excited to be a father and start a family. The only disparaging comment I can think of that any guy makes about women in the movies is Han’s “If we can avoid any more female advice” which is followed by Leia telling him to shut up and do what he’s told, and Han grumbling and doing what he’s told. So that plays more like Han trying desperately to find some way of getting back at Leia because he does not like being told what to do, and immediately losing another round.

We see Han trying to get Leia to admit how she feels about him, while Leia is more concerned about getting him to join the cause. We see Padmé trying to be practical and focus on the mission while Anakin can’t shut up about his feelings. We see Luke saving the day not by being the ultimate badass macho fighter man, but by appealing to his father’s conscience, his love, the good in Anakin Skywalker. We see plenty of instances of men asking for help and accepting help, showing emotion without being judged or fear of being judged, wanting love and family, etc. We also see romantic rivalry between Han and Luke, and Han and Lando, that does not turn into any kind of “fight” for Leia’s affections, because it’s Leia’s choice and they all know and respect that. In fact, the three guys are friends and stay that way.

All of that is the opposite of toxic masculinity, as far as I can tell.

If anything, the prequel trilogy is a cautionary tale about the importance of keeping your emotions, especially your anger, in check, and the original trilogy is basically how to do it right. Darth Vader is not portrayed as some kind of masculine ideal to strive for, he’s the bad guy. Luke, with his emotional openness and explicit refusal to give in to anger and hatred and violence, is the good guy. Luke is a character you can show to a little kid and say “this is a hero”.

I guess if you twist it enough you can see sexism and toxic masculinity in everything, and I’m not saying these movies are perfect. They have plenty of problems. But when it comes to portrayals of male heroism (and villainy), I think they’re actually pretty damn good.

Don’t Doubt Your Writing

Anonymous asked: “Any advice for the crippling self-doubt with writing? I do short stories and I never think they’re good enough.”

Get ready for probably one of the worst pep-talks ever written. The first time I heard someone say (and not to me actually), “No one asked you to be a writer,” was probably the first time I realized I didn’t actually have to write. 

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