but you were in the way

anonymous asked:

What's your favorite part of deh?

repressing all memories of the plot and thinking about connor murphy’s recovery

I wonder where the break happened that such wide swaths of younger fans don’t grasp fandom things that used to be unspoken understandings. That fic readers are expected to know fiction from reality,  that views expressed in fic are not necessarily those of the author, that the labels, tags and warnings on various kinkfics are also the indication that they were created for titillation and not much more, please use responsibly as per all pornography. The ‘problem’ isn’t that so-called ‘problematic’ fic exists but that some of the audience is being stupid, irresponsible, at worst criminal, at best not old enough to be in the audience to begin with. And that’s on the consumer, not the author who told you via labels, tags, ratings, warnings and venues what their fic was about and what it was for.

She’s the betta half of the two

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YOI Future!Verse ABO AU - 4 Koma

Baby Bump

Yuuri is used to gaining weight. He’s not so familiar with pregnancy.

well, y’all asked for it! :P

*If the comics are hard to read, tap on the image first to bring it up in the Tumblr viewer, THEN right click view image for the unaltered slightly higher resolution.

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IF YOU ARE NEW TO THIS AU: It’s a Yuri!!! on Ice AU, Yuuri-centric with end-game polyamory in an ABO setting, Yuuri gets married to four mates (Victor, Yurio, Phichit, Minami) and they have OC kids.

BASICS and timeline of this AU

INTRO to how ABO works in this AU

A SUPER DETAILED world-building headcanons post on ABO+ in this AU

OTHER POSTS (comics + illustrations) in the Future!Verse ABO section of my YOI Masterpost.

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An afternoon date~

and a bonus

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they know what we want and boy did they deliver

10 Must-Watch K-Dramas Of 2017 That You Really Can’t Miss

As the warmer months wither away and we’re greeted with the chill of autumn, there may be more of a desire to stay indoors and snuggle up while watching some K-dramas. This past year has been quite a success in terms of binge-worthy K-dramas, so here’s a look at just 10 of the dramas that we thought would pique your interest!

1. Goblin

“Goblin” was the hit tvN drama that was written by famous writer, Kim Eun Sook. It starred well-seasoned actors, Gong Yoo, Lee Dong Wook, and Kim Go Eun. This script was so unique in that it revolved around a goblin, his bride-to-be, and a grim reaper. There was bromance, comedy, and dramatic elements that were all pieced together so perfectly. It really is a masterpiece of a drama and a definite must-watch!

2. Fight My Way

“Fight For My Way” stars the charming duo Park Seo Jun and Kim Ji Won. It’s a nostalgic K-drama that is set around a group of childhood friends who are dealing with the pains of growing up and being adults. Park Seo Jun plays MMA fighter Go Dong Man, who is best friends with Choi Ae Ra, played by Kim Ji Won. They support each other as best as they can as they try and achieve their dreams.

3. Greatest One-Shot

“Greatest One-Shot,” is a KBS2 variety K-drama with an all-star cast of Yoon Shi Yoon, Lee Se Young, Cha Tae Hyun, Kim Min Jae, Hong Kyung Min, ASTRO’s Cha Eun Woo, and even Taeyang’s big brother, Dong Hyun Bae. The story involved a ’90s K-pop icon (Yoon Shi Yoon) who accidentally travels into the future. This drama is a light-hearted drama that will have you laughing and crying. Definitely one that can’t be missed!

4. The Guardians

This was a drama that really came out of nowhere. Starring Kim Young Kwang and Lee Si Young, “The Guardians” is about a group of vigilantes who all have different skills that help them to fight crime. Lead by prosecutor Jang Do Han (Kim Young Kwang), there is one common goal for this group of misfits, which is to bring down the bad guy who had wronged them in the past. It’s a fast-paced K-drama that you will most likely binge-watch without stopping. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!

5. Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo

“Do you like Messi?” This line was even trending on Twitter at one point. “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo” is the perfect K-drama to warm up to as winter approaches. Starring Lee Sung Kyung and Nam Joo Hyuk, this drama is about first loves and friendship. It’s a heart-warming drama and you will find yourself completely shipping the main leads!

6. Degree of Love

“Degree of Love” is the new SBS drama starring Yang Se Jong and Seo Hyun Jinthat is still currently airing, but is too good to not put on this list. Yang Se Jong plays a gourmet chef named Ohn Jung Sun and Seo Hyun Jin plays a drama writer by the name of Lee Hyun Soo. The two of them are on the road to achieving their dreams, but face a lot of obstacles in their paths that prevent them from dating. Definitely a relatable drama, there’s something so soothing and calming about its production that viewers will appreciate!

7. Suspicious Partner

This successful drama starred Ji Chang Wook as No Ji Wook and Nam Ji Hyun as Eun Bong Hee. They both work in a team of prosecutors, and when Eun Bong Hee is wrongfully accused of murdering her boyfriend, No Ji Wook comes to the rescue. If you don’t mind seeing Ji Chang Wook on the small screen for 16 hours, then this drama comes highly recommended!

8. While You Were Sleeping

“While You Were Sleeping” is the new hit SBS drama starring Suzy and Lee Jong Suk. Suzy’s character Nam Hong Joo is able to dream about events that will happen in the future. Jung Jae Chan (Lee Jong Suk) also has the same ability, but is also able to prevent the dream from coming true. The two embark on a crazy adventure of interpreting their dreams and making sure everything is right in everyone’s lives. It’s an adventure that can’t be missed!

9. Strong Woman Do Bong Soon

This all-star cast of Park Bo Young, Park Hyung Sik, and Ji Soo are sure to put a smile on your face. The story involves a strong female lead named Do Bong Soon (Park Bo Young) who has Herculean super strength. Park Hyung Sik plays Ahn Min Hyuk, the CEO of a game company who falls completely head over heels for her. This rom-com is full of laughs as well as mystery and adorable moments between the two main leads.

10. Because This Is My First Life

The newest drama on this list, but one that can’t be missed is the new tvN drama, “Because This Is My First Life,” starring Lee Min Ki and Jung So Min. Lee Min Ki plays a rational computer designer who is looking for a housemate, while Jung So Min plays a writer who is desperately trying to become a successful script-writer. The two are brought together by chance despite their opposite personalities. This drama is already so promising!

Secondhand smoke kills, but not as fast as firsthand hammer. 

anonymous asked:

I know there's a lot of stories and shit about Taako and Lucreita and how Taako should forgive her, but let me put it this way, Merle, Magnus, and Davenport were all put in a place where they were safe, where they could grow and have a stable place to stay. Taako didn't get that, Taako got life on the road. Barry probably would of gone with Taako if Barry didn't tell Taako to kill him, but Taako ended up with no one, and no place to go if things went south. There was no community for Taako.

This is an interesting point, anon, and I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about Lucretia’s decision of where to put Taako. She wants Taako to be loved by everyone, and she believes he will be. All he needs is a stage. She believes this because she knows him, and she knows that it’s so hard not to love Taako. He’s fun to watch, with all of his ridiculous shenanigans and fascinating cooking skills, with that humor and lack of barriers that comes with getting to know him. Taako needs people who are close to him, a family, just like they all do. But she has no reason to think that he won’t have that when she knows people will flock to him.

Lucretia doesn’t give any of them a family. That’s not hers to give; family is made or found, not gifted by a third party. Magnus and Merle found theirs on their own. And she might have given Taako the potential for a nice, quiet life like Magnus or Merle - but that’s not Taako. She knows him better than that. She can leave him wherever she likes and he’ll do his own thing anyway, so she gives him what she thinks will make him happiest - a head start on success with the kind of life that’s familiar to him.

It might have worked, but there’s something Lucretia couldn’t have known - something Taako couldn’t have known. No one could guess who Taako would be without Lup. Not just having lost Lup; without Lup entirely. Taako might have made himself a family just fine on the road, might have even settled down eventually, except he has no experience with trust. He has no reference point for unconditional love. People flocked to him and Taako had no idea what to do with them. It’s not until he finds Magnus and Merle again that he starts to figure it out. He’s at a disadvantage for rebuilding his own life, because he’s missing something so very important to who he is.

Lucretia had a decision to make - did she let Taako keep Lup, with the understanding that he would continue searching for her forever with probably no hope of finding her, knowing that he was still torturing himself over it in the same hopeless way that he has for months already? Or did she take Lup away and hope that the absence gave Taako a second chance to live a full life, to be happy again? There is no good solution. There is no right answer. There is just a decision to be made and consequences to be faced.

Lucretia made a gamble that she couldn’t hope to win, because there was no winning hand.