I feel like one of the best moment I like about the Evillustrator episode is how Adrien asked Marinette on her thoughts on Chat-Noir. It was as if he really cared much about her opinion on him. (like did he bother to ask chloe if she liked chat noir? no! cause he didn’t give a flying shit!)

I’d also like to think that the facial expression he makes is just him thinking: Okay, so she likes Chat-Noir. I just need to be hanging out with her more as him and then BABAM!! I reveal myself to her. Instant bff = she’ll be able to talk to be just like she does to Chat.

It’s freaking obvious this boy loves her

anonymous asked:

Hey Jessica! I was wondering if you read Captive Prince? If you did what are your thoughts on it?

Hey nonny!!!!! Have I read Captive Prince? 

No I haven’t read it. See my friend gave me a copy of both books but then another friend told me that it was really disturbing and I trust her opinion. So I’m stuck in this middle area where I want to read it to make my own judgement, especially since so many people do seem to like it, and another part of me doesn’t even want to go anywhere near it. ::sigh:: 

i play eliza 100% seriously. idk why that anon kind of bothered me since they did ask if i have even done research on her. i just want to address the fact that i have never had more passion and love for a muse that i have ever played and i’ve made so many friends because of eliza. but this is one thing, she’s not going to act like that in the role-plays that i do have with people unless we’re just screwing around, but even then. eliza would have been raised different in modern times, she would have had more freedom, and she honestly probably would have had more confidence in herself. but when i do role-play as modern, i do play her a little differently, espesially when it’s with like alexander or her sisters or any of her friends. it’s not like she’s going to meet them at a ball, she’s supposed to be in either college or high school or idk living in an apartment during modern times. this is the last of my rant and i’m going to queue things, nighty night.


My husband and I wanted to start a family it’s crazy going from city to city like that, and to be honest, I was really burnt out, It was like peeling back layers from an onion, It was relearning how to live. I’m living with my husband for the first time as a couple, and all of a sudden I’m not living out of travel bags that took a while, because it always felt like I was about to leave at any second. I was like, ‘No, I can actually have drawers that look like drawers.’ It’s such a weird thing to explain to people, but it was just my reality. - Fergie For Paper Magazine; 2016.

Cristiano Ronaldo, the favourite of every mother in law to be

After winning the UEFA Best Player Award Cristiano Ronaldo held a small press conference. The Portugal star doesn’t only entertain the crowd on the pitch but he was brilliant behind the microphone as well.

“Do you know who ended up second?” Ronaldo asked when he arrived. He made sure his latest award was in the right angle before he winked to the photographer, now he could take a picture.

The female winner, Ada Hegerberg was also official to the post-event press conference but didn’t arrive with Ronaldo to the room. For a while everyone sat quietly, the Portugal footballer facing the journalists.

“Men always have to wait for the ladies,” the silence was broken by the winner. A journalist mentioned she must be in the makeup room. “She doesn’t need makeup, she’s only 21 years old,” the star of Real Madrid defended the young woman.

After a little more waiting the football player of Lyon finally arrived. “Ada, come on,” Ronaldo called to her jokingly and then helped her to place the award on the table.

Before the two winner started answering the questions, the official of UEFA signed, he got the final results of the voting to his phone. Ronaldo tried to take a peek from the screen of how many points he got.

The official tried to cover his phone. “I already saw it,” said the forward cheekily and when the official once again didn’t pay attention, he took another look at the phone.

In the middle of the press conference Ronaldo asked for water from the organizers. Shortly after he got the glass of water just like Ada Hegerberg. He took a sip of the water but signed he didn’t like it and asked for another one. The winner of the female award was just about to take a sip when Ronaldo told her there was vodka in the glass.

“My mother’s here. I can’t be drinking vodka,” replied Ada. “Hello, Mama!” Ronaldo welcomed the mother of the female footballer, who sat among the journalists.

The mother of Hegerberg was clearly delighted of getting attention from Ronaldo. Later during the photoshooting after the press conference, the Portugal football star called to her “Come on, Mama!” so the three of them could take a photo together. There were a few more words exchanged between them before Ronaldo took off.

Written by Dániel Hegyi

translated by me


OK may I just point out one thing:

Ash has all these people (and countless friends who are not in Kalos) rooting for him

While Alain has only her:

And it’s sad.


Q: When do you feel stressed? 

“I feel stressed because of work,but then again resting and not working is like a torture to me because you have time to think about things. I think I like being “crazy busy” better. After promoting for a long time,we had a year long hiatus. I had a lot of time to think about stuff. My personality is to constantly pick things about myself,I make myself tired from it. I couldn’t bear to go outside,I just …I couldn’t sleep because of all the thoughts in my mind,I wanted to sleep somehow. Whenever I talk about my problems to other celebrity colleagues they just say “ Well you’re SNSD” and when I talk to my seniors about it they tell me that this is the best part of my career which makes me feel as if I can’t tell someone how I feel comfortably .”

I don’t like ‘dorito gremlin’ D.Va, but I do like ‘she is an actual teenage girl who does teenage things like play video games with snacks she likes sometimes’ D.Va. without being a token Gamer Girl or a commodity or having any Gamer Boy mentioned in her story at all, etc. etc. etc. anything that would have made me feel safer to break away from the crappy dudes-reign friend group I had when I was a teenager because they were the only people who would play video games with me.

like anything that can encourage teenage girls who like the things they like to do them unabashedly, for their own sake, without needing justification of a bunch of boys around.