don't ask me to choose my favorite i love them all equally

anonymous asked:

I'm gluttony for angst, what if the Sakamaki's S/O before they bite her she just kinda says something along the lines of "you don't really love me do you? It's my blood you want. Not me..."

Before I became an imagines blog writer, I used to write fan-fiction, and I was known for making hundreds of my readers cry over their favorite characters with my stories. Anon, you’ll get what you asked for. There is no love in this ask from our Sakamaki boys. 


“Your blood already attracts me. Isn’t that enough for you, troublesome woman?”

It would never matter in a million years whether or not Shu loved you. To him, he would just want you to be his personal blood bank. When he sees your fallen facial expression, he’d only smirk and lean forward to take a bite on your shoulder, not caring that there are tears threatening to fall from your eyes.


“How presumptuous of you to think that I love you. I desire only for your blood.”

Reiji would think you were stupid for holding onto the belief that you were something precious to him. Only your blood mattered to him; nothing else came to his attention about you. He’d grin when you quietly submit yourself to him and move your hair to the side to give him access to your neck.


“Hehe, are you stupid? I do love you. But for your blood of course!”

Ayato would laugh in your face when you question him and then roughly shove you to the floor, not caring if you were reluctant to give him your blood at the moment. He’d comment on how you were making such a boring expression and then bite into your neck roughly to elicit pained screams from your lips.


“That’s all you are to me. Your blood is the only good thing about you.”

Kanato wouldn’t care about your feelings, as he would choose to enact on his own selfish motives. Catching you off guard, the Sakamaki would grab your hand and bite into your wrist, not caring for your pleas to stop him from hurting you any further. He’ll do as he pleases with you because you’re his toy.


“Bitch-chan, that is not true. I love both you AND your blood.”

Laito chuckles lightly at your questions and proceeds to seduce you to prove that he “loves” you. But he has his own hidden agenda for you, and he plans to entrap you into a sweet nightmare to keep you with him forever. He couldn’t let you and your blood go so easily, right?


“Stupid, why else do you think you’re with me? Your blood is the simple reason.”

Subaru would get angry with your questions and dismiss them without another thought. He was a monster at heart and you were just the dumb prey that decided to stay with him. He doesn’t pity you for doing something stupid as that. He’d ignore your upset state and just take what he wants from you.


“Your blood is of good quality. Haha, did you think we were lovers?”

Kino would tease you mercilessly and mock you for your delusional thoughts. He would never see you as his equal, so what made you think that you were something more to him? How foolish of you. To Kino, you were food that he could play with. Don’t try to assume anything else.

-Admin Yuuzuki

I’ve re-watched Storm In The Room a bunch of times already and I will probably do so a lot more for the rest of my existence but I just wanted to write down my feelings on how it highlights once again one of my favorite things in Steven Universe’s storytelling: patience. 

As creators, it’s always difficult to regulate how you show information to your audience. You know a lot more than they do about your story and you’re most likely eager to tell them everything, so choosing how to present it and when is very important for the flow of the narrative as well as to generate whatever effects you’re looking for in your audience. I always looked up to Steven Universe because it’s one of the most patient shows I’ve ever seen, when it comes to exposition and narrative flow, especially for a kids’ show. It’s not slow, because the plot moves perfectly and information is released at all times, but it’s done in such small amounts that, when you reach an important point, you realize how much you needed to know to get there and how much you’ve already learned without even noticing. That shows great respect to an audience, from those who create, and great trust in the show, from those who distribute; especially when we live surrounded by content that is incredibly fast-paced and immediate, and even more so in kids’ shows (this is why I’m upset by irregular releases and how in some countries it’s aired out of order, that’s disrespectful toward the show and the audience, but that’s another matter). 

Steven Universe uses this patience with clear narrative intentions. For example, I’ve always found brilliant how Garnet was introduced as an individual character first (and for 51 episodes, at that) and an experience of Ruby’s and Sapphire’s love second, so people (especially kids, the true audience of this) get to know their love before they know them individually, before any sort of prejudice they might be carrying could influence their perspective. And by the time that arrives, denying their love would be denying Garnet’s existence, and who would dare do that? 

But the reason why I end up praising this again now is because this show is, ultimately, a coming of age story. It’s Steven’s story. That’s why the balance between human issues and gem issues is so important, that’s why every episode adds something. One of the issues I come across in storytelling (especially for kids) when a parent figure is missing is the simplification of the relationship that character has with the idea of the parent, especially when the parent/s are regarded as heroes by whoever is around the character. Steven’s relationship with Rose is never simplified and it’s detailed in breadcrumbs of information throughout the show, since the very beginning. When I imagined an episode like this back in season 1, I would have never known it would advance to such emotional complexity and moral dilemmas, but it all resulted from the sum of parts that where carefully placed in our way. I saw from afar the fandom itself going from seeing Rose as a distant and mysterious figure to intense moral arguments on what she had done and what point in the good/evil spectrum she was on. Because not only we learn things at Steven’s pace, we see how things affect him directly, not in a detached manner but in a close perspective. This is also influenced by the fact that Steven is a main character which people really like in general, which is something that doesn’t happen as often as it should. A lot of writers struggle when creating lead characters, they tend to end up with bland or simplified characters people aren’t as interested to read as the flamboyant side kick or the cool mysterious partner. Steven’s character development, the treatment of him as a complex individual and the way in which we see information as it’s presented to him, whether he interprets it the way we do at the time or not, is a winning combination. It allows us to be more than observers, to get involved

That is storytelling at its finest, that transformation of people’s perspectives, the moment in which you question what you thought and wonder and ask questions and don’t stand still. When you’re not just entertained but you’re actively participating in what you’re witnessing. And this would have not happened if we had known all this in seasons 1 or 2. If Steven had known from seasons 1 or 2. This crew is patient because it trusts its show and its audience and it has a handle on information that I admire as a creator and as a part of the audience. Their patience allows this level of complexity with an organic flow in narrative, taking subjects as heavy as war, political turmoil, social rights, equality, grief, identity and love and breaking them down to small pieces, which add up to a very complex scenario and pushes you to question your perspective and analyse everything you thought you knew or learn it for the first time. I just admire this show so much. 

anonymous asked:

Since you have already done Hansy (IT WAS SO GOOD OH MY G O D) I've got to ask for either drarry or pansmione (you can choose whatever you want I don't mind) as those are my two favourite ships containing harry and pansy (other than Hansy)

THANK YOU. I got another Pansmione ask in my inbox, so I will do Dramione.

  • Who’s more dominant: Hermione, and Draco will never admit it.
  • Who’s the cuddler: Draco is definitely the biggest cuddler.
  • Who’s the big spoon/little spoon: Okay, but Hermione is the big spoon and Draco is the little spoon. Draco always needs to be held after a rough day.
  • What’s their favorite non-sexual activity: They love to read together or read to each other. I also like to think they scrapbook together?? I’m not sure why. I can also see them enjoying people-watching.
  • Who uses all the hot water: Draco does, and Hermione is always banging on the bathroom door lecturing him on how it’s bad not only for their water bill but also for his skin.. cause the water should never be that hot.
  • Most trivial thing they fight over: Where do I even begin with this? I don’t think I can even tell you one specific thing. They are bickerers.
  • Who does most of the cleaning: They are both major clean freaks, so they both are doing it an equal amount.
  • What has a season pass on their dvr/Who controls the netflix queue: DRACO. He controls everything like that once Hermione introduces him to it. She wishes she never did introduce him to it once he basically becomes obsessed.
  • Who calls up the super/landlord when the heat’s not working: Hermione does and uses her “mom” voice as Draco calls it.
  • Who leaves their stuff around: Draco is more prone to doing this than Hermione, but he still isn’t too bad. He still has a part of him that is used to house elves picking up things for him.
  • Who remembers to buy the milk: Draco always does the groceries.
  • Who remembers anniversaries:  Draco does, and he makes a big elaborate thing out of them.
  • Who cooks normally: DRACO. He used to cook with Narcissa to bond with her when Lucius was away. Hermione hates cooking.
  • How often do they fight: Very often, however, they always make up very quickly.
  • What do they do when they’re away from each other: Hermione is better at being away from Draco than Draco is with being away from Hermione. Hermione is naturally more independent.. but little things always remind Hermione of Draco, and Draco is always thinking of things to tell Hermione once he sees her again.
  • Nicknames for each other: Draco calls Hermione “Mione” and Hermione will occasionally call Draco “honey,” but never in front of others. Draco also calls Hermione “baby” on rare occasions when she is upset with him or he is upset about something.
  • Who is more likely to pay for dinner: Draco.
  • Who steals the covers at night: Hermione does, and Draco let’s her with no problem. He knows she gets cold easily.
  • What would they get each other for gifts: They are both pretty practical with gift giving, however, Draco can sometimes over spend and get her elaborate jewelry. Hermione then lectures him but ends up giving in and wearing it all the time.
  • Who kissed who first: They kissed each other at the same time. They were arguing when they first kissed lol.
  • Who made the first move: Neither of them really made a move, it just sort of happened.
  • Who remembers things: Hermione remembers everything, naturally.
  • Who started the relationship: Hermione was the one to initiate the official title.
  • Who cusses more: Draco.
  • What would they do if the other one was hurt: Draco gets super angry, and Hermione always has to tell him to calm down. Hermione pulls a whole “Rita Skeeter in a jar” thing on everyone who does something wrong to Draco, and she usually doesn’t feel bad about it.
  • Who is the dirty talker: Yikes, neither of them. They are both too… reserved for that?
  • A headcanon: I love imagining them having a secret relationship at Hogwarts like starting their fifth year where they hook up in broom closets and stuff. Like damn, nothing better than that. They totally started flirting in the library late at night when they were both up studying.


chelsey-in-wonderland  asked:

I'm curious since you mostly like SHINee I'm curious what you like about each of the members and your dislikes about them I'm curious what you think about them since your exo post made me curious on your opinions lol if you don't mind me asking (:

Ehhh okay I’ve been a shawol for a long time now and oh god this is gonna get long.

I’m gonna start with Jonghyun because I have a lot to say about him. We all know Jonghyun is one of the most amazing, acceptive, caring and loving people out there. He has always been so focused on his goals, of becoming an artist who writes his own lyrics and all that, and I admire him so much for that. But mostly, Jonghyun is someone who believes in equality, a feminist, if you wanna put it like that. When Jonghyun openly deffended the LGBT+ community I gained SO MUCH respect for him. That is a really big deal for a public figure to do in a country like South Korea. But then again, Jonghyun is not perfect. And one thing that bothered me a lot was how Jonghyun acted during Sherlock era. Acting a little too cocky, like he was the top shit of the universe, his ego so fucking inflated, forgetting about everything that matter to him in the beginning and mostly treating Jinki like he didn’t exist. All the members except for Jinki kinda bothered me during that era, and I guess Sherlock is one of my least favorites because of that. Things obviously changed during Dream Girl era, Jongyu going back to how they were before (even better, actually), and whatever problem they had going on was resolved.

Okay, Kibum. Key is definitely one of the stongrest people i’ve ever seen. He never felt 100% confident and he got denied at SM a few times and was bullied through his childhood for “not fitting the Korean beauty standard” bullshit. Yet Key managed to become an amazing person, and a true role model. But I feel like Key constantly shields himself from everyone else, acting like “a diva”, mostly to protect himself. Key is very kind and sweet and he deserves the best in this life. Key gets enough shit from people on the internet and it pisses me off. Sometimes I go through the comments on his instagram and I feel sick. He is such a good person and the fact that he gets so much hate and pointless criticism is pathetic. Key said that he didn’t feel like he was enough during debut era, and he got criticized by so many people, and that he cried everyday and was sad all the time. That hurts me so much, I can’t even begin to explain how much.

Minho is truly the nicest person on the planet. He’s got such a big heart and he’s so sweet to everyone. It surprised me when I found out that some non-shawols see Minho as a coldhearted guy. Like I don’t understand because he is Choi Tenderheart, to be honest. Of course Minho gets too excited about soccer and his hyungs, but don’t we all? Minho is that type of person whose smile can fix pretty much everything. It pisses me off that sometimes Minho is so underrated by this fandom because that guy is amazing, so charming and handsome and talented. Minho’s relationship with the fans also makes me so happy, he’s very caring towards all shawols (kshawols, jshawol, cshawols and ishawols) and the relationship of trust between minho and shinee world is amazing. And his voice is so fucking amazing, Minho’s voice is the entire ocean i cry so much.

Jinki is literally the best leader I’ve ever seen. He’s not bossy around his members, but the SHINee members know to respect Jinki, because he knows best, he is responsible and mature. Jinki is so intelligent and he always chooses the right thing to do. You can see that he truly cares about the members’ happiness and health and many times he puts the other members’ priorities in front of his own. As the leader, I understand why he feels like all the responsibility is on his shoulders and that he feels like he’s the one that needs to carry all the weight, but that worries me quite a bit. I worry about his health and his mental stability. I love how Jinki is a very sweet guy but he’s also so determined and intense. He gives 110% of himself on everything he does. Also Jinki is so so talented and his voice has so much emotion and you can tell he’s so passionate about what he does.

Taemin. Taemin, Taemin, ahhhh Lee Taemin. How do I even start? Lee Taemin is amazing. He went through a LOT of shit in his life. Being bullied in middle school, leaving his parents’ house when he was 15 to live with 4 older men, being mobbed at school during high school and having his privacy invaded, being told that he should give up on singing and just stick to dancing because his voice wasn’t really good, being hated by so many people for his androgynous looks, being called a f**, a queer, online and irl. Taemin became a recluse and introvert person. I really don’t blame him for that, you know. He went through all that and he still managed to develop as an artists and become one of the top performers in Korea. He proved everyone wrong with Ace. Taemin is also so sweet, funny and kind. He won’t let it show that often because, like Key, I feel like he shields himself with a coldhearted image. I believe that Taemin thinks that crying might represent that he’s vulnerable, and people will attack him again. You can constantly see Taemin holding back his tears. Taemin is also someone who works his hardest all the time. He never gives up, never. And he is such a beautiful person, inside and out. He worries about the fans and his hyungs and his parents and his brother so much. He has an amazing remarkable stage presence and he was born to be an artist. I can’t really imagine Taemin doing anything other than this. I like how shy he is, i know that it might not be appealing to all people, but i think it’s quite charming.