“Is it weird to say how happy and in love I am with a ship? It brings me so much joy to know my rp partner gets as giddy as I do about it. I’m very lucky. No matter how shitty my day is, I can count on my muses significant other to bring up my mood through their interactions. Tumblr has so many downsides but you’ve got to count on finding those gems hiding in all the muck. ♡“

Season 4 would be a great opportunity to weed out exactly what is making the show suffer. For starters, get rid of some of the characters, write them off or give them less screen time. Season 3 was all about Iris West and her selfish family. Why did that need to be highlighted so much? You could easily give Iris purpose by having her be at her job, writing articles, at least trying to be smart instead standing around the lab where she does nothing. Joe needs to stay at CCPD. Wally just overall needs to earn his superhero badge. He was and still is very much forced as a character. Almost no development. We’re told he can do something instead of seeing him grow into it. That is the real problem here. Season 3 is all about people stuck in quicksand, the writers can easily pull them out. Also, I want Barry and Caitlin to be single for once. I don’t want anymore forced romances, that includes WestAllen, have them break up for good. I truly do not want them to get married because they have no real history together, they have no romance/chemistry and no genuine purpose to each other. They work better as siblings/friends like they were in Season 1. There is so much to fix I don’t know if the next season is going to be any better.
—  Anonymous
I’m starting to believe that new theory that the reason Killer Frost stayed with Savitar for so long is because she is pregnant with his child. It just explains to me why they put that scene of Caitlin holding the baby in the speed force and why she didn’t want the antidote even though it was all she wanted for most of Season 3.
—  Anonymous

“I’m, honestly, SO tired of the back-handed comments and two-faced people in roleplaying. It doesn’t matter what fandom you’re in, it’s always there. And so many cliques! Can we zone the Tumblr RP community, as a whole, out of high school, please? ‘Cause that would be great. Thanks.“