anonymous asked:

If you're still taking headcanon requests, OTAYURI COFFEESHOP AU? Please murder me with cuteness.


  • Stoic barrista Otabek who who can never bring himself to say a word to Yuri, but does the cutest latte art on Yuri’s drinks just to watch him smile at it.
  • The first time Otabek draws a cat for Yuri, Yuri makes the cutest noise, and immediately whips out his phone to snap a photo of his coffee, and Otabek basically falls a little in love right there and then.
  • No, but like seriously, Otabek spends so much time learning how to make cute latte art for Yuri, it’s low-key embarrassing. Leo totally laughs at him when he goes online to order marshmallow cats for Yuri. He pays a shit ton of money for them, but it’s all worth it when Yuri legitimately goes (๑♡⌓♡๑) at him. 
  • Leo tries to talk Otabek into writing his number on Yuri’s takeaway cup one day because it’s getting ridiculous watching Otabek pine, and ofc, Otabek is 300% against it. They bicker a little behind the counter, and Otabek doesn’t even really realise that they’re getting a little loud, until he hisses two octaves too loudly “there’s no rule that says that I have to talk to him just because I like him” at Leo, and all Leo does is to give him a shit-eating grin.
  • Yuri has heard him, because ofc Yuri is behind him. 
  • + God Tier Blushing™ from Otabek + Yuri low-key rambling about coming to get extra marshmallows + Leo still grinning and maybe wiggling his eyebrows a little
  • And then, when Otabek absolutely cannot take it (it being 30% Leo being a shit, and 70% being Yuri’s face) anymore, “So are you going to go on a date with me or not?” 

NOTES II. charles darwin ari on the origin of species sofie.

the beauty is love post is miles long but that’s a thimble full of her stuff that really came up and occurred to me in the last like… week so. i’m going to take y’all back to the beginning: all the characters & concepts that inspired her. up next will be the sheet on OG sofie that the other sofies just need to have the blanks filled in for, and i’m pretty sure that’d be nnnot everything OUT THERE but everything that anyone could possible need to know about her. more or less.

i. things invoked; noteless concepts and movies and books and characters that became tied to hers.

  • the rabbit & the snake, control, mean girls, power in the wrong hands, subjectivity, intelligence v. wisdom, girly girls, claire standish (the breakfast club), jennifer’s body, poison, wendigos, wintergirls, the heart, duality, good v. right, harley quinn (dc comics), honesty, maleficent, lawrence kohlberg’s six stages of moral development

ii. things inspired; fragments (or chunks) of these make sofie who she is.

  • ella enchanted: ELLA ENCHANTED WAS THE ORIGINAL STARTING POINT FOR SOFIE!!! flashback to like. two days before powerpals is born. i’m talking to alex. uhgjndgdhgdjgkjfhd alex i don’t know what to do. alex says. hey. hey. reverse ella enchanted. and i’m like: B*TCH!
  • private school girls: that^ led me here. i love my irl friends… i do… but they’re mean, like, sofie’s crowd mean, and something i had been hearing a LOT being thrown around at that time was “kys” as a joke. so me being me i kind of… made the connection. what if reverse ella enchanted was like that, said that to someone? imagine? SO SOFIE IS BORN. AS A SOLID CONCEPT. from there i really wanted to flesh her out to be just like my friends because they’re “mean girls” but i don’t think very many films or works or anything have ever really done the mean girl justice. she’s almost never as three dimensional as she should be. sooo. i took a lot of their interests, philosophies, their fears, their prejudices, their traits, etc. and i amplified them aaand put them into sofie.
  • vriska serket (homestuck): THEN CAME… VRISKA’S LAW [the formalized phenomenon of a specific recurring theme of internet people trying to ham-handedly declare a character with nuance as either ‘good person’ or ‘evil person’] and i knew sofie wasn’t going to be totally good or totally evil. so. i made her to play w/ morality. a lot. judgemental and ignorant but just and honest. “bitchy” but selfless. etc. also i luv vriska so. vriska just factored into her a lot.
  • daisy buchanan & myrtle wilson (the great gatsby): more daisy than myrtle- myrtle is listed because of how interesting i thought the juxtaposition between myrtle’s depiction as raw, vivacious, and (as sofie has said) unapologetically human and daisy’s portrayal as and etheral, sirenlike, golden even though they’re actually quite similar really interesting. i wanted a character that could embody both of those things, which i made her into- also influencing the whole “beauty is love” paradox in her philosophy and existence. the descriptions of daisy were always something i wanted to bring into sofie but rarely have a chance to due to the fact that she’s written as if she’s the one in control rather than from a narrative. (”Her face was sad and lovely with bright things in it, bright eyes and a bright passionate mouth–but there was an excitement in her voice that men who had cared for her found difficult to forget: a singing compulsion, a whispered "Listen,” a promise that she had done gay, exciting things just a while since and that there were gay, exciting things hovering in the next hour.”) it’s part of the reason i chose sofie’s striking features to be less physical (her smile, her voice, her expressions, her height) and the reason i chose to have her be beautiful but in a way that’s “average”, forgettable. her immediate and general beauty isn’t supposed to be her most striking feature. [i have a really detailed analysis of daisy and myrtle i recently wrote too and not to toot m’own horn but… if u guys want to read it… it’s so good… hmu]
  • the witch (into the woods): THE WITCH SAVED SOFIE! i was in a period early on where i was really at a loss for what to do with her and i was listening to the soundtrack of this show and it hit me like a ton of bricks: the witch and sofie are one in the same. i read more and… as i do… i analyzed the witch and i concluded the witch’s arc was very similar to what i wanted for sofie. i haven’t met a lot of sondheim savvy people on here so basically into the woods is a very long and (really REALLY GOOD) show about morality, using characters from fairy tales and showing how their tales all intertwine. i was in it later on (as… the witch) which deepened my understanding of it a lot more? but basically. in into the woods the witch plays a neutral and very different character to foil the other “heroic” characters of the main group. the dilemma in act 2 is that a giantess is destroying the kingdom where all the characters reside, inadvertently, in a bid to avenge her husband. this giantess is the widow of a giant that was accidentally killed by jack (from the beanstalk story) in act 1. the whole thing witch’s thing (as well as being a recurring thing throughout the show) is being right (fair) vs. being good (kind). in act 2, the group of heroes wants to do the “good” thing (kill the giantess, save the kingdom from further destruction), while the witch wants to do the “right” thing (give jack, who killed the giantess’s husband, to the giant so she’ll just leave. does she still save the kingdom? yes. but it’s not exactly the heroes’s first thought.) this snippet of one of the witch’s songs sums it up really well: “[WITCH:] No? No, of course what really matters is the blame, somebody to blame. Fine, if that’s the thing you enjoy, placing the blame, if that’s the aim, give me the blame- Just give me the boy. [THE OTHERS:] No! [WITCH:] No? You’re so nice. You’re not good, you’re not bad, you’re just nice. I’m not good, I’m not nice, I’m just right. I’m the Witch. You’re the world. I’m the hitch. I’m what no one believes, I’m the Witch. You’re all liars and theives,”
  • for a more in depth explanation of the witch’s morality, this is an excerpt from my (really outdated, so forgive me because i know it’s bad) analysis: “On the flip side, who are the bad guys? The Witch is the obvious choice, but most of that comes from her having the clearest vision of anyone in the piece. She hides Rapunzel away because she wants to protect Rapunzel from all the evil forces in the world, forces that eventually lead to Rapunzel’s death (though the Witch’s overprotection cripples Rapunzel’s coping skills, and compounds the problem). The witch also wants to turn young so Rapunzel will love her, and she wishes to throw Jack to the Giantess because otherwise the Giantess will kill them all. In the second act, after Rapunzel dies and leaves the Witch devoid of emotion, she is the voice of pure reason that cuts through everyone’s emotional defenses - telling the stepmother that there is nowhere to hide, confronting Little Red about how the dead wolf’s mother feels, weighing the life of one against the lives of many. …There is a constant attempt by the witch to equate wolves to humans, not only in “Stay with Me”, but in her accusation of Little Red in the second act - “Since when are you so squeamish, how many wolves have you carved up? [LITTLE RED:] A wolf’s not the same. [WITCH:] Ask a wolf’s mother!” This humanization of the wolf (why else is the wolf anatomically humanoid?) has the effect of moderating a lot of the evil that we normally associate with wolves, even though we don’t really know a whole lot about them. That is, after all, the big problem with wish fulfillment, we often make wishes about something without realizing what exactly we are wishing for. …Everyone is at fault for the events that have befallen, but the point is, who cares? At that point, blame is irrelevant. That is what the Witch understands, “well if that’s the thing you enjoy / placing the blame / if that’s the aim/ give me the blame/ just give me the boy”. Action needs to be taken.” that basically occurred to me as what i wanted sofie to become, so i set her arc’s course based on the witch’s morality. for, in essence, the witch rejects the popular (normal) option for the most just, which i thought aligned well with sofie’s themes.
  • beauty & the beast / beauty IS a beast: the eponymous classic fairy tale and the not-so-classic play i starred (and bombed) in back in fifth grade contributed a lot to sofie as a starting concept: the former contributing to the mechanics of her curse and the latter giving the idea of having sofie become a monster in the first place. the tie-ins with beauty and love are just an added bonus.
  • glinda the good (wicked): aka, the story of the two (three) witches in the wizard of oz and how they and the other characters came to be who they were, starting with childhoods and youths and ending after the events of the wizard of oz. not shitting you, this show changed my perspective on EVERYTHING. morality, politics, history, power, love, you name it. please watch wicked. i have a bootleg. blease. ANYWAY. the fact that glinda was given the title “good” only because the oppresor (the wizard) dictated her to be so to a trusting and mislead populace because she was passive rather than rebellious (unlike elphaba who got the label of WICKED WITCH for being just that) when she saw a group being oppressed was really wild to me. like, how perspective influenced everything. note how the wizard says in wonderful, “[WIZARD”:] You see, I never had a family of my own, so I guess I just wanted to give the citizens of Oz everything. [ELPHABA:] So you lied to them.? [WIZARD:] Elphaba, where I come from, we believe all sorts of things that aren’t true. We call it History.
    A Man’s Called A Traitor | Or Liberator. A Rich Man’s A Thief | Or Philanthropist. Is One A Crusader | or ruthless invader? It’s all in which label | is able to persist. | There Are Precious Few At Ease | With Moral Ambiguities, So We Act As Though They Don’t Exist. | They Call Me Wonderful, So I Am Wonderful…“ little old 8th grade me thought how he explained how much the application of morality can differ based on perspective was the coolest shit, and i brought that into sofie. glinda’s character- the popular “alpha bitch-y” girl also influenced sofie, as she was portrayed very differently than all of the other ones i had ever seen- she was fleshed out. below her shallow exterior she was genuinely generous, unselfish, self-critical, reflective- her heart bled for others. when she found out the one she loved and engaged to marry instead was in love with her best friend she ultimately took it graciously and with understanding. she did want the best for others- she was “good” in a way that fit the mold of what the government (the wizard and co.) wanted but did have an inherent goodness to her. this influenced a lot of the redeeming qualities i chose to give sofie.

iii. things deconstructed; each of these could get their own post akin to the musing on beauty is love. i’m just going to list them, don’t worry.

  • the “alpha bitch” trope, beauty standards, fairy tales, what makes a monster and what makes a man?, immortality as a curse, true love, good v. right

anonymous asked:

I had a really tough day in school today but it got better when I saw your headcanons! May I please get Otayuri headcanons too?

Ahhh, I’m sorry you had a bad day, friend! I hope it gets a lot better! :))) In the meantime, have some headcanons from a fic I was playing around with but probably won’t end up writing because I’m a lazy piece of shit

  • Yuri gets a lot of presents in the mail from this one person who never leaves his name. They’re mostly tiny things, cute little gifts that Yuri falls in love with at first sight, and can never bear to throw away, even though he keeps saying that he’s going to. 
  • He wears his collection of grumpy cat pins (there are nine of them; he received them from his anonymous donor who isn’t a fucking secret admirer shut up Victor over a span of five months) on his favourite sweater all the time.
  • On one occasion he gets a receipt for a donation to a cat shelter under his name, and he gets so !!! about it that he has to Skype Otabek to tell him about it. Otabek just listens quietly, with that little smile he always wears when he’s listening to Yuri talk, and promises to also make a similar donation to the cat shelter after they’re done talking.
  • Yuri low-key (Okay, high-key. Sue him.) likes Otabek so much. But Otabek is so hard to read, and Yuri isn’t going to do anything about his feelings until he’s sure that Otabek likes him too?
  • Here’s also another thing: Otabek never gives him presents. Like Yuri sends Otabek birthday/Christmas presents in the mail, but Otabek returns the gesture. Like, okay, Yuri specifically asked him not to, and yes, he did tell Otabek that he doesn’t like receiving gifts, but still.
  • Let’s fast-forward to some time in the future where Yuri goes to visit Otabek in Almaty, discovers the stash of tiny trinkets that Otabek has stored up in a room, and-
  • There are awkward confessions. And then probably a lot of kisses. 

utukkigirl  asked:

Has anyone, with absolutely no association with Dipper's friends and family and their reincarnations, been able to coax out Dipper's humanity after he's been on a centuries-long demonic bender?

Not as far as Mod O knows or recalls from various fic. Typically that prior connection makes it a bit…easier?…for Dipper to remember himself and attempt to return to something more akin to what he used to be. That said, it’s not impossible for someone without that connection to become a new anchor point - perhaps not really likely, as the demonic benders, as you say, tend to make him care less about mere mortals in general which would make establishing a new connection really difficult, but not impossible all the same. 

If anyone wants to write the fic, go for it.

NOTES ON: BEAUTY IS TERROR v. BEAUTY IS LOVE and how it affects sofie as a character. 

beauty is terror. the philosophy that concerns perversion; losing yourself in the pursuit of power/fame/glory or “beauty”, that to be regarded as beautiful you will inevitably destroy yourself. monsters are created in the pursuit of beauty. also relates to the inherent and immediate advantage of being beautiful. famously attributed to… winnie. concepts: power, glamour, destruction to create, society, humanity, realism, origin

  • “It’s a very Greek idea, and a very profound one. Beauty is terror. Whatever we call beautiful, we quiver before it. And what could be more terrifying and beautiful, to souls like the Greeks or our own, than to lose control completely? To throw off the chains of being for an instant, to shatter the accident of our mortal selves? Euripides speaks of the Maenads: head thrown I back, throat to the stars, “more like deer than human being.” To be absolutely free! One is quite capable, of course, of working out these destructive passions in more vulgar and less efficient ways. But how glorious to release them in a single burst! To sing, to scream, to dance barefoot in the woods in the dead of night, with no more awareness of mortality than an animal!” (Donna Tartt, The Secret History)
  • “Whatever is fitted in any sort to excite the ideas of pain, and danger, that is to say, whatever is in any sort terrible, or is conversant about terrible objects, or operates in a manner analogous to terror, is a source of the sublime; that is, it is productive of the strongest emotion which the mind is capable of feeling …. When danger or pain press too nearly, they are incapable of giving any delight, and [yet] with certain modifications, they may be, and they are delightful, as we every day experience.” (Edmund Burke, A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful)

beauty is love. the philosophy that to indulge in a true aesthetic experience means to indulge into some sort of simple bliss. true love is unconditional, and is not necessarily romantic. every emotion and action of humans is based in either fear or love, and everyone is born with unconditional love- fear is taught, and then dominates. while sofie is more concerned with love than beauty, this is her philosophy. [her current line of thought excludes the very last bit, however- due to the way love portrayed in western culture, sofie adopted a more basic view that makes love have immediate romantic implications if not familial, which she believes is entirely different. this view is highlighted in plato’s philosophy and writing concerning love, though interestingly, this societal influence currently bars her from even taking platonic love into consideration.] it’s a bit paradoxical- that true love is flawless and pure (and thus an intangible concept), and beauty, something so subjective, causes it, but this is something that doesn’t occur to her. concepts: (un)conditionality, permanence, intangibility, idealism, truth, perfection, consequence

  • “Beauty is pleasure objectified – pleasure regarded as the quality of an object.” (George Santayana, The Sense of Beauty)
  • “When I look out on such a night as this, I feel as if there could be neither wickedness nor sorrow in the world; and there certainly would be less of both if the sublimity of Nature were more attended to, and people were carried more out of themselves by contemplating such a scene.” (Jane Austen, Mansfield Park)
  • “A thing of beauty is a joy for ever | Its loveliness increases; it will never | Pass into nothingness; but still will keep | A bower quiet for us, and a sleep | Full of sweet dreams, and health, and quiet breathing.” (John Keats)
  • “According to Greek mythology, humans were originally created with four arms, four legs and a head with two faces. Fearing their power, Zeus split them into two separate parts, condemning them to spend their lives in search of their other halves. …and when one of them meets the other half, the actual half of himself, whether he be a lover of youth or a lover of another sort, the pair are lost in an amazement of love and friendship and intimacy and one will not be out of the other’s sight, as I may say, even for a moment… Love is simply the name for the desire and pursuit of the whole. Love is born into every human being; it calls back the halves of our original nature together; it tries to make one out of two and heal the wound of human nature.” (Plato, The Symposium)
  • “what if the man could see Beauty Itself, pure, unalloyed, stripped of mortality, and all its pollution, stains, and vanities, unchanging, divine,…the man becoming in that communion, the friend of God, himself immortal…when he looks at Beauty in the only way that Beauty can be seen - only then will it become possible for him to give birth not to images of virtue (because he’s in touch with no images), but to true virtue [arete] (because he is in touch with true Beauty).” (Plato, The Symposium)

both hold hands with societies’s imposing values on love and beauty- beauty is terror being the inherent dictation that to be (as a woman, especially) beautiful is to be valued, and beauty is love being the perfect “movie” life and love that is shown as what you can attain by being beautiful.

although the difference in their philosophy is a point of discussion and would-be argument between winnie & sofie, and purport for their respective views, they both unknowingly emulate the philosophy of the other. (i probably won’t go into how winnie does, that’s hina’s department.)

as much as sofie defends her idealized “true love,” something separate from beauty, sofie has internalized beauty is terror largely as a result of a society that dictates beauty to be so, intentionally or not. she equates her looks to her worth, and is destroyed in pursuit of beauty in the purest sense time and time again- her eating disorder a shining example of this, and then again in her pursuit of relevance and social status. is also notable that while sofie does not actively pursue and has a general theme of REJECTING power she is given (in the sense of superpowers), everywhere it is granted, it becomes destructive. 

sofie’s aesthetic has two major components- one, the idea of seeing the world in rose colored glasses made tangible [PINK! note how in HP sofie, the sofie which most strongly emulates beauty is terror as she is at the height of suffering with her eating disorder, has a black and white leaning aesthetic instead], and two, the concept of displaying raw and unapologetic humanity [PEOPLE!]. the first component is a concentration of beauty is love, but the second leans toward the reality of beauty is terror. however, sofie’s built persona is all about the pursuit of glamour- in her pursuit of normality, perfection, and true love.

what do i mean by glamour? “well, one thing you can do if you want to know what glamour means is you can look in the dictionary. and it actually helps a lot more if you look in a very old dictionary. for centuries, glamour had a very particular meaning, and the word was actually used differently from the way we think of it. you had “a” glamour. it wasn’t glamour as a quality- you “cast a glamour.” glamour was a literal magic spell. not a metaphorical one, the way we use it today, but a literal magic spell associated with witches and magic. and over the years, around the turn of the 20th century, it started to take on this other kind of deception, this definition for any artificial interest in, or association with, an object through which it appears delusively magnified or glorified. but still, glamour is an illusion. glamour is a magic spell. …glamour is a form of falsification, but falsification to achieve a particular purpose. it may be to illuminate the star; it may be to sell a film. and it involves a great deal of technique. it’s not — glamour is not something — you don’t wake up in the morning glamorous. there is a process of idealization, glorification and dramatization. …what glamour is all about…glamour is all about transcending the everyday. …to simultaneously be mysterious, a little bit distant, [detached from reality,] that’s why, often in these glamour shots, the person is not looking at the audience, it’s why sunglasses are glamorous, but also not so far above us that we can’t identify with the person. glamour is all about transcending this world and getting to an idealized, perfect place. …glamour is translucent — not transparent, not opaque. it invites us into the world but it doesn’t give us a completely clear picture. and i think maybe a spiral staircase with a glass block backdrop may be the most glamorous interior shot, because a spiral staircase is incredibly glamorous. it has that sense of going up and away, and yet you never think about how you would really trip if you were — particularly going down. and of course glass block has that sense of translucence. so, this session’s supposed to be about pure pleasure but glamour’s really partly about meaning. all individuals and all cultures have ideals that cannot possibly be realized in reality. they have contradictions, they uphold principles that are incommensurable with each other — whatever it is — and yet these ideals give meaning and purpose to our lives as cultures and as individuals. and the way we deal with that is we displace them — we put them into a golden world, an imagined world, an age of heroes, the world to come. and in the life of an individual, we often associate that with some object. the white picket fence, the perfect house. the perfect kitchen — no bills on the counter in the perfect kitchen. the perfect love life — symbolized by the perfect necklace, the perfect diamond ring.“ (Virginia Postrel, TED talk: On glamour)

i’m not a fan of peta, but what they show in ads- the suffering that goes into the creation of a fur coat- they are showing what’s behind the glamour, the mechanism of the object of glamour, the fur coat. while the idealized appearance of glamour and its magical quality makes it emulate the intangibility of beauty is love, the reality of this never-ending pursuit and the fact that it will only ever be an emulation of an unattainable perfection makes it beauty is terror.

sofie’s arc in every universe has a feature of eventually rejecting all or most of the personality that was imposed by her by her mother (who’s supposed to be a concentration of “normal” society and its pressures), learning realism out of seeing the faults in idealism, and refining her inherent sense of fairness and justice- rejecting terror of beauty imposed by society. 

this goes a larger hand in hand with a larger component of her character- the evolution of her “scout” “scout” mindset [as opposed to a “soldier”, one who becomes defensive when their beliefs are challenged and fights for their side only]. the pieces that mindset are present in her character from the beginning, but it is refined, developed, and used as a tool for learning over time. scouts have three major components to their mindsets, they are a) curious- more inclined to feel happy to learn, and feel intrigued when something contradicts their expectations b) open- they think it’s virtuous to test their own beliefs, and don’t think changing their mind is weak, and c) grounded- their self worth isn’t tied to being right or wrong. if something contradicts what she knows with good evidence she will understand rather than deny and say, “no, this is wrong, and i’m going to find all the reasons why your coming to this conclusion is faulty.” this is a major component of the virtues that make her likable on an IC level even as a mean, vindictive, judgemental, underhanded, ditzy, ignorant, envious character.

however, she also attains the dream life she idealized with the grander concept of beauty is love as fuel- living in bliss for a day or a week but ultimately becoming bored and dissatisfied, realizing that what she idealized and defended (beauty is love) is unattainable. this leaves her in a sort of limbo? and ultimately what that means symbolically… i don’t know yet. either way, she is never intelligent but she becomes wise- and, a note on her name? sofia is the spanish spelling of sophia, greek for divine wisdom. :-)

[this is extra… fun if u read it while considering that with everything sofie embodies, (in the og verse) when she in critical condition she turns into… a monster. it’s been a wild ride since the three words “reverse ella enchanted” to…… here.]

moonlitserenades  asked:


YES YOU CAN. Have some domestic!otayuri headcanons:

  • Otabek is The Worst Cook™, like Yuri literally doesn’t know how Otabek managed to live before he had Yuri around to cook for him. The last time Otabek tried to make breakfast for Yuri, the microwave exploded; he’s been banned from the kitchen since. 
  • Yuri keeps stealing Otabek’s clothes, but Otabek doesn’t really mind. He takes to buying clothes that he thinks will also look good on Yuri, and it’s a double win for him since 1) he secretly (”It’s really not a secret, Beka.”) likes it when Yuri wears his clothes, and 2) no more animal prints. 
  • Otabek really needs to learn how to say no to Yuri adopting more cats, but every time he tries to, Yuri just gives him those eyes, and Otabek melts into a puddle, and resigns himself to having to pick out a name for the new cat.
  • Otabek has to read before he sleeps, and Yuri often has trouble falling asleep, so most nights, Otabek reads Yuri to sleep. 
  • Yuri is a morning person, and Otabek would hate him for it, but it’s impossible to get upset about waking up early when Yuri wakes him up with kisses. 

anonymous asked:

Okay so you know the whole sapping quintessence thing Haggar does right? If she couldn't handle the entirety of voltron what about just one lion. What if she could steal the quintessence from the lion and the paladin completely. Imagine if that paladin was Lance and Blue.


this reminds me of that one theory where the blue lions quintessence gets sapped so lance gives up his own life force and puts it into the blue lion believe me i have cried so much over that

anonymous asked:

picture if you will: g visiting eth and ty at their house for a few days and finding out they only have one bed and they won't let him sleep on the couch because "this thing is big enough for all of us and then some" and they all fall asleep cuddling together the whole time he's there daaawww -doo

wHAT TO HECK I LOVE YOUUU <333 aww this is so fucKING CUTE

g is sandwiched between the both of them and when he wakes up both eth and ty are wrapped around him and he literally cant move bc he’ll either wake them if he tries or theyre cuddles are too strong to escape 

anonymous asked:

the song hallelujah preformed by Jeff Buckley is such a saphael song. esp after the betrayal. simon starts of the first verse, then the next is raphael and just back and forth, ITS SO SAPHAEL

Okay yes wow okay season 2 i don’t know her.

Just Imagine this with me anon bud.

For some reason, there’s karaoke at huntersmoon,  Simon’s there singing. Raphael is having a couple of drinks with Magnus and this song comes on. The light dims, and Simon takes the mike, he sings the first verse while looking at Raphael, his voice cracking, he can’t continue and then from the crowd Raphael picks. Magnus magics him a mike, the crowd parts, Raphael walks to the stage and together they finish the song. They’re in love, they still have their problems but they’re in love.

And that’s the reunion they should have gotten.

neonbloo25  asked:

You, a volunteer nurse at a local hospital that also happens to treat robots are providing emotional support to a veteran robot and you listen to its stories as it tells you about its life, the more it talks about its friendships the calmer the robot grew, but the more it elaborated about the war and the grim conditions of such, its negative emotions seem to come out all at once, he starts to glitch out and stops when it looks at you, but the robot stops because it doesn't want to worry you...

anonymous asked:

How many babies do you think the boys would have? I imagine Mikey wanting to have as many as he can regardless, Donnie wanting lots (maybe not to the extent of Mikey) if he finds out the mutagen won't affect the babies and they'll come out fine, then there's Leo and Raph on the side like "wtf bro's, calm your dicks, one is enough"

omg i feel that. except i totally imagine Raph being all about having kids, after the first one and the initial fear that came with it. 

Um let’s see….Ideally i think that:

Leo: 1, his pride and joy

Raph: 3, his little ankle biters

Donnie: 2 (possibly twins), *affectionately* you little shits

Mikey: 3-4, his kiddos

Of course, the numbers vary, but I think that’s my general idea. 

anonymous asked:

eth and g jamming out to msi and he's showing g the "shut me up" video and afterwards g just keeps humming it to himself all day until later that evening when eth is getting ready for bed and g just passes by casually "i can't wait for you to fuck me up, in a minute minute, in a fuckin minute" and he turns and catches g checking him out and then he goes back to his room and eth's just goes and pins g up against the wall and grinds against him whispering "you want me to shut you up g?" -doo

jbhdknlksd this is so cheesey i love it sO MUCH