Headcanon that they manage to find a way to pirate their favourite Earth music in space. And then they blast music from their Lions even though no sound can be heard in space. They like battling on planets because then the Galra hear their music and they feel extra pumped.
When they form Voltron, they have to take turns picking the music, but they mostly agree that when it’s Shiro’s turn, and he breaks out the AC/DC, they always kick twice as much ass as before.
im as much of a hopeless romantic as the next fool over here but u kno what? end the idea that to be in love you have to be 100% in love with whatever your partner does. and i know there’s the “love them for their flaws” cliché but nah. you don’t have to love every single part of them. you don’t even have to love 90% of them. you just have to love however much of them is good enough for you and good enough for them and you’re both fine. there isn’t any magical mx. right waiting out there for everyone, so instead of framing the issue as “you should settle” i wish people would frame it more as “to love someone is to understand they have flaws and decide they aren’t as important as what you like about them.”
- Felicity is not always right. - Stop making Oliver “the bad guy”. - Thea and Felicity have nothing in common outside of Oliver, stop forcing them together. - Stop the double standards of Oliver yelling at Curtis for doing the same things that Felicity does. - Stop making Felicity so flawed if you’re not going to present them as actual flaws. She is not “flawless”. - Felicity has no training in fighting, and it’s laughable that she is able to defeat a villain that subdued everyone else. - Enough with Felicity treating her mother like literal shit. - Stop making Felicity a Mary Sue, and realize you don’t have to sacrifice other characters and their characterizations to prop her up.