don't ship him with her


I have something I must ask you. Because I really like you, we build a farm together, have a baby, and want to live as ordinary citizens, would you want to live with me?

excuse my french but antiLams shit is fucking ridiculous. like….

LGBT+ person: realizes an influential founder of the United States was not straight and, enthusiastic to find representation in a powerful figure, throws their focus on the most loving relationship Hamilton had with another man rather than his heteronormative relationships that dominate academia…

but see, if you really like Lams- or any m/m ship, it’s not that you crave representation that validates your existence and ambition or that you prefer relationships with equal agency and characters that are not only fleshed out by their canon but also easily able to engage with the major conflicts therein, you just hate women. you just want smut with schlongs. you’re horrible. sexist. perverted.

there’s a difference between using fandom as a vehicle for your validation or creativity and using it for jacking off. let’s not assume the worst of people.

Rantaro is NOTHING like Nagito. Many people speculated that he would be Nagito 2.0, but he’s not. I like Rantaro a lot more than Nagito that’s for sure. But that line though… Time to add another ship to the list. 

Originally posted by abasketofgifs

fun fact!

In the Moana chapter book, after she and Maui escape Lalotai and he starts moping about how they’re never going to make it to Te Fiti, Moana actually gives him two motivational speeches!

There’s the one she gives him on their canoe, when he’s telling her his backstory. When she looks at him and tells him that he is worth more than his hook, that his past does not define him, that he is the one who makes him Maui.

But even before that, before they’ve even left Lalotai, she gives him a different one. She’s trying to encourage him to stand back up so they can get a move on (more or less), but he feels too defeated to keep going. She tells Maui that they will make it to Te Fiti, that he will defeat Te Ka.

And when he asks why?

She looks at him and she goes “Because you are Maui”

So, later, on Te Fiti

When Moana tries to apologize to him for what she did to his hook, and he says

“Well, hook, no hook. I’m Maui”

and looks at her like this?

That’s because he’s using her own words on her

Sorry but I really don’t want this ship to sail canonically…

Fridging Touka

All shipping aside, I really hope Ishida doesn’t kill off Touka. Not only would it be fridging her, but it would unnecessarily regress Kaneki’s character at this point. We all know Kaneki’s been through the ringer, but losing Touka after finding such hope in their relationship would slingshot him back to either the berserk Centipede (which is somewhat hinted at, and there’s an obvious parallel with Arata) or the suicidal Black Reaper, which would essentially move the plot in a aimless circle imo. I’m hoping she isn’t killed off as a plot device for Kaneki’s pain. We’ve already seen his volatile reactions to the death of a loved one. However, we all know Ishida loves to torture his characters so Touka being kidnapped and/or tortured is not off the table. Even though I wouldn’t want to see that either (poor Touka!), at least there would be a clear ambition to save her and could serve as a uniting arc for Black Goat, as well as paralleling Yamori’s torture.

Hope is essential for Kaneki’s development forward at this point. He’s lost all hope before and we know which direction his personality takes, so from a storytelling standpoint it would be poor writing to loop the plot back to one of Kaneki’s previous hopeless, toxic states. I don’t think he’d recover again after permanently losing both Hide and Touka and the plot would suffer in turn.


“But you and Spike…”

Had a thing.”

“Didn’t last.”


fish husband *shot* No but if not him, Urbosa? qUq/

Watch me shamelessly using this chance to draw the OTP. Gods do I ship them.


Making History | 1.01

I’m from the future, 2016. 

And I was bored there, and lonely, and living in the shadow of my father. So I found a way to travel through time, and every place I went I’d try to become someone else, until I met you. 


You’ve been doing well, and you’re enduring. You will be going forward. Plus you have me.

Just wanted to point out that (like @hufflepuffpanda said in her post,  his heart eyes are on) BUT ALSO LOOK AT HIM, HE NODDED!!!!!!! If Adam wasn’t there, he would have totally said something like ‘‘yeah, she really is’‘ and Kristen would have figured it all out (you know that he is incredibly in love with Amy)

…someone get matthew vaughn on the phone we need to sort this mess out

anonymous asked:

I've been seeing some stuff lately (not here on tumblr, but elsewhere) about ppl claiming Yona doesn't deserve to be with Hak... like that she hasn't done enough for him to earn his affections or to be in a relationship with him. Idk it made me mad so I was wondering what your thoughts are about it?

‘Kay. I got this ask a while ago and couldn’t quite decide how to form an answer, so please bear with me as I try to put my thoughts into words. 

The entire idea that Yona needs to prove herself in some way or another to be worthy of Hak’s affections, to me, is ridiculous. For one, people fall in love for many different reasons, and just because Yona was a bit of an airhead and not a badass when Hak liked her shouldn’t mean squat. If Hak liked Yona for such a long time he obviously saw something in her that he appreciated and wanted to pursue. That’s his choice, so people making out like Yona needs to be someone worthy of affection or something are likely disregarding that Hak fell for her because, to him, she was worthy of his affection. Now, I get that a simple response here is that, “oh but Yona didn’t like him back so it wasn’t good for him to like her, etc.”, but again I think this has no root as Yona wasn’t aware of Hak’s feelings. She never led him on or toyed with him, she simply liked someone else, Hak never let her know how he felt, and she therefore never viewed Hak as a love interest. Hak himself knew this and still chose to like her and not move on. That to me puts all these “not worthy” complaints on him. He could have moved on to someone “more worthy of his time” but he didn’t. That was his choice.

From a different light, and after Yona flees the castle and Hak starts to be more open with his feelings, I feel that perhaps some people who hold this thought don’t so much think that Yona doesn’t deserve Hak, but rather that because she didn’t return his feelings right from the get-go that there’s an imbalance and “Hak loves her more”, or “she hasn’t contributed as much to their relationship”, or [insert similar thing here]. In response to this I just… arg, I dunno, it just seems silly to think that Yona has something to make up for. Yona just… wasn’t too into Hak in that way at the start of the series and both have had to grow to reach the stage they are at now in their relationship. People are allowed to not like other people romantically, even if said person is super nice and would love them unconditionally. That’s called having a choice. And Yona is allowed to not like Hak’s sometimes iffy advances and tell him to stop. She is also allowed to start developing deeper feelings when the two begin to grow and mature together as they face different trials and support one another. 

I just… don’t see where the idea of “deserving someone” comes into this at all. Hak and Yona are just two people who have realised that they enjoy each other’s company and support in a deeper way than friendship and as such have started to grow closer romantically. Yes, Hak has dedicated his life to being her guard and has supported her for a long time even though one could argue he didn’t get out of it what he wanted (that is, Yona’s interest) but again, that was his choice. I’m not trying to defend that it was the right choice, but blaming Yona for his choice and then thinking she needs to make up for it just goes over my head. I really don’t get it. 

anonymous asked:

Dice with a s/o that's shorter than him but still picks him up like it's no big deal. Like they're super strong. Everyone is scared of them. They punched a hole in the casino's wall once. Nobody dares to pick a fight with them. They lift Dice with one arm

I have an OC who would do that, actually. Her name’s Wanda the Brave and I’ll draw her later. She’s 4′ 10″.

Can I Just

Bun is one of the best writers out there, and everyone needs to know that. Whenever her fingers move across a keyboard, and words are turned into stories- my heart swells with every character and plot and feeling that she tries to convey. @rbuns, you are amazing, and I’m so lucky I have you as a friend. <3 <3

Originally posted by bombom-doce

it’s cruel irony, isn’t it?
to love a boy whose heart still beats,
lungs still breathe,
soul still keeps.

but he travels on.
so you write poetry for a poet
and wait.
—  on falling for travellers (e.p.)
  • What we say: I don't ship S/wan Queen.
  • What S/Qers hear: I'm a homophobic, sexist, racist (??) butthole who kills puppies and defends rape culture.
  • What we mean:
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who made her an orphan.
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who tried to kill her as a baby.
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who tried to kill Emma's mother and father.
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who framed her for assaulting a man and stealing private files.
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who stole Emma's confidential files in order to slander her.
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who said she was "incapable of feeling anything for anyone."
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who punched her for helping Graham.
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who raped and killed a man she cared about.
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who tried to poison her.
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who put their son in danger (and technically killed him)
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who choked her.
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who wanted to take their son away and let everyone else die.
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who held their son as a prisoner.
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who who called her "a pathetic waste."
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who blamed her for "ruining her life" when Emma saved another person.
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who called her an idiot for saving the town.
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who took her agency away with a dagger.
  • I don't ship Emma with a woman who canonically doesn't regret all of these above deeds.