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all i’m saying is that brooklyn nine nine better get at least 15 seasons 

How Dan and Phil probably broke up #68
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Why Amethyst not hating herself anymore is not out of the blue - or an Amethyst development analysis season per season

This was originally a reply to another post, but people asked me to write it as it’s own post so why not.

Amethyst’s character development has happened on screen apparently this need clarification since early season 1.

In the episode “Tiger Millionaire”, season 1 is when we are first introduced to Amethyst’s inferiority complex. We learn she doens’t feel appreciated by the gems and uses wrestling to feel better about herself.

In the end, the gems let her wrestle, recognizing how pressured Amethyst felt.

The next important episode in Amethyst’s development is “On the Run”, season 1. We learn how she was made in the Kindergarten and how she sees herself as bad because of it.

She thinks Pearl sees her as “a mistake” and the episode ends when Pearl reassures her that she think Ame’s good and the two reconcile.

This is the first step of Amethyst’s development.

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EAST ASIAN MYTHOLOGY MEME:

[3/8] JAPANESE GODS AND GODDESSES | AMATERASU

Amaterasu [天照], Amaterasu-ōmikami or Ōhirume-no-muchi-no-kami is a part of the Japanese myth cycle and also a major deity of the Shinto religion. She is the goddess of the sun, but also of the universe. 

In Japanese mythology, Amaterasu, the goddess of the sun, is the sister of Susanoo, the god of storms and the sea, and of Tsukuyomi, the god of the moon. It was written that Amaterasu had painted the landscape with her siblings to create ancient Japan. She became the ruler of the sun and the heavens along with her brother, Tsukuyomi, the god of the moon and ruler of the night. Originally, Amaterasu shared the sky with Tsukuyomi, her husband and brother until, out of disgust, he killed the goddess of food, Uke Mochi. This killing upset Amaterasu, causing her to label Tsukuyomi an evil god and to split away from him; separating night from day.

There is also a long-standing rivalry between Amaterasu and her other brother, Susanoo. When he was to leave Heaven by orders of Izanagi, he went to bid his sister goodbye. Amaterasu was suspicious, but when Susanoo proposed a challenge to prove his sincerity, she accepted. Each of them took an object of the other’s and from it birthed gods and goddesses. Amaterasu birthed three women from Susanoo’s sword while he birthed five men from her necklace. Claiming the gods were hers because they were born of her necklace, she decided that she had won the challenge. The two were content for a time, but her brother became restless and went on a rampage, destroying Amaterasu’s rice fields, hurling a flayed pony at her loom, and killing one of her attendants in a fit of rage. Amaterasu, who was in fury and grief, hid inside the Ama-no-Iwato (“heavenly rock cave”), thus effectively hiding the sun for a long period of time. The world, without the illumination of the sun, became dark. The gods could not lure Amaterasu out of her hiding place until the goddess of dawn, Ame-no-Uzume, was able to trick her into reappearance.

Okay but do you realize that this shit has happened to Sana before? and that’s why her mother is so worried about her… It looks like Sana has been bullied before, in the school she went to before Nissen; since the flashing images of hate messages in the new clip was from people from that school. Honestly this explains so much of Sana’s behavior and her mother’s protectiveness over her and why she wants Sana to “have friends that are more like her”… she wanted to prevent Sana from getting bullied and hurt again.

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The Doctor + The Master - last and first looks.

namjinswife  asked:

Can you explain 7 till the end? I'm kind of confused

Got7 “Fly tour” The memories of 115 days [youtube]

They are 7, nothing more, nothing less, if they are not 7 then there will be no GOT7, so they will be 7 till the end.

once, in a class that I was taking, my teacher had us all do this exercise. you got ten cards and you had to write on each one, five of the most important things in your life, and five of the most important people in your life. after these were all written down, the teacher said we had to give up one of our most important things. we also had to give up one of our most important people.

even though it was only an exercise and they were literally just pieces of paper, it was very painful to have to choose who to give up. it made everyone in the room feel guilty and awful. we also had to hold up our cards so the person next to us couldn’t see what they said, and they had to pick a card to take away. that also hurt. nobody felt good during or after class that day, and at the end, our teacher explained why we were doing this.

she said this exercise is sometimes used in cancer treatment centers, as a way of exploring loss and how we cope with it. the exercise also would result in conversations like “hey, I had to lose my mom! you only had to lose your swimming coach!”

the real point of this exercise was to teach empathy. maybe for this other person, losing their swim coach was just as bad as you losing your mom. you don’t know. you can never know what someone else’s struggle is really like, all you can do is KNOW that you don’t know, and accept that your feelings aren’t more or less important than anyone else’s. there is no “my hard is harder than your hard”, there is only hard.

so why did I tell this story? because I keep seeing posts from people expressing their grim disbelief that it isn’t universally accepted that the things they find most upsetting are equally upsetting to everyone.

maybe for you, the most triggering, horrible topic imaginable is incest. maybe for someone else, it’s reading about having a miscarriage. it could be ANYTHING. there are pretty universally accepted “sensitive topics”, but this whole “I can’t believe I have to tell you all that incest ships are wrong” type attitude reminds me of the empathy exercise more and more often lately.

the people who express their disgust with everyone else’s lack of disgust over THEIR triggers think they’re being empathetic people, but they’re not. they aren’t practicing empathy at all, because they can’t accept that maybe what’s triggering to them is a coping mechanism for someone else, or that things they consider normal and okay might be someone else’s worst nightmare. empathy only for people who think and feel what you think and feel isn’t empathy.

I’m a strong advocate for tagging sensitive and triggering material, don’t misconstrue that. but I’m also an advocate for just closing the browser window and moving on rather than attacking and shaming compete strangers. you don’t know them, you don’t know their story, you don’t know their reasons…you just don’t know.

♡ The New Boruto Anime Ending Explained ♡

Just like the initial Naruto Gaiden anime ending, at first the new ending contains the forming of Sarada herself as a result of the deep connection between her parents.

Sasuke is represented by the purple line, while Sakura is represented by the pink line

And then, after the fusion of these two lines, a red line is now formed, which represents Sarada:

But then, everything else from the previous ending is skipped (Sarada’s doubts about her parentage, her tears, her initial distance from Sasuke and so on). Instead, now we only see Sarada slowly and calmly walking forward:

This is really meaningful and suggests the fact that all of Sarada’s doubts and uncertainties finally disappeared. She finally understood who her biological mother is, how much both of her parents love her and how much they also love each other. They’d do anything for their little princess and all of their actions are meant to protect her. Sarada is now finally aware of all of this.

After that, we see where Sarada has been aiming to arrive all along - to her parents, who are waiting for her:

What is extremely important is that both Sasuke and Sakura are depicted exactly in the colours that represented them at the beginning: purple for Sasuke and pink for Sakura. Both Sasuke and Sakura’s clothes have a shade of their respective colours (Sasuke’s shirt is purple, his vest is light purple and his pants are dark purple, while Sakura’s shirt and headband are depicted as dark pink). In addition, while Sakura’s hair itself is pink, Sasuke’s hair also has a purple tint. What’s more, Sarada’s shirt is red, just her representative line also is:

^ Furthermore, I would like to point out the fact that Sasuke, Sakura and Sarada are all placed exactly in the very same spot where all of their representative lines were also placed: Sasuke’s purple line was on the left, Sakura’s pink line was on the right and Sarada’s red line appeared in the middle as a result of the fusion of her parents’ lines.   

Then, Sakura and Sasuke reach their hands out to Sarada. In the initial Naruto Gaiden anime ending, Sarada was the one who reached for her parents’ hands and, while she did hold Sakura’s, she unfortunately couldn’t reach Sasuke’s, fact which symbolised that she didn’t feel she was close enough to Sasuke back then even though she really wished to be. Now, the situation changed completely and Sasuke is the one who is reaching for his little daughter’s hand, just like Sakura also is:

^ Also, unlike how it was in the previous ending in which Sasuke and Sakura’s faces were never fully visible, in this ending we can finally see their expressions entirely, fact which once again shows that all of Sarada’s doubts about her family completely disappeared and that she finally understood her parents’ relationship and how much both of them love her. 

Then, Sarada holds Sakura and Sasuke’s hands tightly. And what is even more important is that she is finally able to hold her parents’ hands simultaneously:

After that, we see the three Uchiha family members hand in hand, while the Uchiha Crest is pleasantly visible on both Sarada and Sakura’s backs: 

^ Once again, Sasuke is on the left just like the purple line was, Sakura is on the right just like the pink line was and Sarada is in the middle just like the red line was after the fusion of the first two lines. 

In the end, we see Sarada’s extremely joyful smile which is meant to show how happy she is now that she knows her family is her true family in every single sense of the word:

♡ This ending is incredibly meaningful and beautiful! ♡