evil has never looked so good

This season is great and all, but no matter what happens, I will never get over the fact that Jeff has wasted so much potential.

Just to go through a few examples:

He tossed Kira away, a useful and powerful sweetheart who’s story wasn’t over yet…

And gave us an evil piece of trash cannibal teacher who’s only good quality is his looks.

We lost Isaac…

And got Liam…. (I mean no hate against Liam but… seriously?)

The McCall pack is not what it used to be. We had all of these amazing characters…

Plus Allison…

And Derek…

And now three nearly useless freshmen have all of his unnecessary screentime which takes away from the screentime of the people who are actually relevant.

We had two pairings who developed enough for viewers to love…

And that was all snatched away within an episode, and in return, Jeff Davis gave the viewers, well… y’know.

And do not even get me started on the fact that Jeff baited at Scisaac an Sterek for so long…

And instead of getting Scisaac and Sterek, we got Morey. And like okay, they’re kinda cute or whatever, but that’s not what was built up on and that’s not even close to being what viewers wanted.

We asked for the Sheriff and Melissa who could’ve been together since the series fucking started…

And instead we got Claudia, like are you fucking kidding me? (And yes I lowkey ship Melissa and Chris but potential down the drain on the Sheriff and Melissa. They were the pairing that everyone wanted to see together. It’s the last season, why are they not a thing yet?)

I’ll end here, but point is, wasted potential, always. And that’s why I’ll never be 100% satisfied with what Jeff has left to give, because all he does is throw away some of the best development.


cant believe my tiny baby is growing up to be such a vaguely evil-looking babe
im so proud

Jimin about J-Hope’s mean side

J-Hope is a bright guy, laugh a lot and has become hopeful like his name. J-Hope has good energy that effects everyone in a good way and i think J-hope is awesome. And people think he’s always nice and innocent. But, inside his smiley face, there’s an evil living there. J-Hope winds me up all the time but never stop smiling even when he does that. But you can never punch someone who looks so happy like that”.

I think that the problem with me is simple:

I’m way too much my self. And that’s not a wise thing in this society.

When I’m happy, I smile.
When I’m sad, you can see it from a mile.
If I don’t love, I don’t fake,
If I do, I give my all.
I try to be a good person, and make others happy,
and sometimes I mess up badly.
But the end justifies the means, 
for my intentions were never to cause you fever,
and my devil is not that evil.

I try not to interfere in others happiness,
for that is a glory moment in their lives,
and even though I’ve let so many
interfere in mine,
I try to look up to the sky
and think the universe has something in its mind,

For my heart never meant bad,
and my love was all I had,
and I tried to give all I can,
for you to see who I truly am,

And if you all don’t,
that’s a shame.
I’ll continue being me,
I’ll accept life as it is without blame.


“J-Hope is bright guy, laughs a lot and has become hopeful like his name. J-Hope has good energy that effects everyone in a good way and I think J-hope is awesome. And people think he’s always nice and innocent. But, inside his smiley face, there’s an evil living there. J-Hope winds me up all the time but never stop smiling even when he does that. But you can never punch someone who looks so happy like that.” – Jimin

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John Steinbeck on Good and Evil, the Necessary Contradictions of the Human Nature, and Our Grounds for Lucid Hope

“All the goodness and the heroisms will rise up again, then be cut down again and rise up. It isn’t that the evil thing wins — it never will — but that it doesn’t die.”

Speaking of the happy new year, I wonder if any year ever had less chance of being happy. It’s as though the whole race were indulging in a kind of species introversion — as though we looked inward on our neuroses. And the thing we see isn’t very pretty… So we go into this happy new year, knowing that our species has learned nothing, can, as a race, learn nothing — that the experience of ten thousand years has made no impression on the instincts of the million years that preceded.

John Steinbeck

I feel like everyone is either 0 or 100 with Percy, like they think he’s this goofy, super welcoming, extra warm guy or they think he’s constantly brooding, almost never smiles, and he basically is just all around a grumpy borderline mean dude with occasional happiness. But like, neither one is Percy?? Percy is a scary freaking dude, he has a natural brooding expression and he looks freaking evil when he fights but he’s not just constantly spiteful?? He’s so much more complicated. He’s the guy that is alway cracking stupid jokes to lighten the mood because he of all people should know how draining being a demigod can be. He’s the one with an abundance of sarcastic comments to mask his real emotions. He’s a mischievous twat that can scare the shit out of you with simply a look. But he’s not borderline evil?? The pure fact that he’s scared so deeply of being evil, of actually scaring his friends, scaring Annabeth, that he almost let himself die, is proof enough that he’s not bad. He may sometimes be morally ambiguous but we should remember that he’s not a saint and he’s not a sympathetic demon. He’s Percy Jackson, an extremely complicated demigod with complicated emotions and reasons for his actions.

2015′s Most Stylish Movie Villains

While 2015 may have had more frightening or imposing villains (say ‘hi’ Immortan Joe!), I’d wager that baddies don’t come more stylish or aesthetically pleasing than this lot. And what is evil if it doesn’t take the time to present itself properly, eh?

5. General Hux, Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Black (or really, really, really dark grey, if you prefer) military gear has rarely looked as impeccable as it does on General Hux. While less ostentatious or glitzy than the other looks on this list, Hux’s wardrobe is striking on account of its polish and severity. And I can’t help but love that snazzy little cap of evil - it’s perfect for delivering the spittle-drenched Hitler First Order Youth revival speech.

Costume designer: Michael Kaplan

4. Lucille Sharpe, Crimson Peak

The costuming of Crimson Peak is as exquisite and morbid as the film itself. Lucille’s gowns are perfect metaphors for her corrupt, tortured soul, with the rich, mouldering fabrics of her dresses paralleling the decay of the titular ancestral pile. Gothic torment and psychological disintegration have never looked this good.

Costume designer: Kate Hawley

3. Victoria, The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Victoria is a real big cat of the villain, slinking around with absolute confidence and self-assurance. Her costumes are to die for, elegant while recalling the experimental edge of ’60s fashion. Period costuming can go for slavish faithfulness at the expense of imagination, and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. avoids that trap brilliantly by affording its arch villainess an appropriate but adventurous and diverse wardrobe.

Costume designer: Joanna Johnston

2. Stepmother, Cinderella

The costumes in Cinderella are some of the most exquisite creations ever committed to celluloid, and as much as I adore Cinderella’s butterfly dream gown (literal butterflies fly off it, people! It’s seriously like a Barbie I once had!) her stepmother’s wardrobe trumps it as a collective testament to her exquisite taste. The stepmother’s clothes are simply magnificent, and while she can justly be faulted for her character she is blameless when it comes to her sense of style.

Costume designer: Sandy Powell

1. Balem Abrasax, Jupiter Ascending

Who else could be in first place? While all of the villains of Jupiter Ascending have impeccable threads, no one in the film is more fabulously dressed than Balem Abrasax. He has not one, but two throat-covering collars embedded with planets and constellations. He has a flowing glitter cape designed to highlight his immaculate abs. He has Roman-esque bejewelled sandals. He has a punishingly tight rubber shirt. In short, his wardrobe has everything and IT IS GLORIOUS.

Costume designer: Kym Barrett

But those are just my thoughts. Are there any magnificently garbed villainous types I’m missing? 

1. She’s so pink. Al those drab guards and she’s hot fuckin magenta. She even outshone gabe and amelie. She’s so stupid looking and I love her

2. Russia still plagued with hacked omnics ;n;

3. Gabe has, once again, failed to literally accomplish even one single evil deed successfully on screen. His unbroken streak of absolutely never achieving a villainous goal is untarnished. I also love him

4. Amelie continues to also fail when within a 100m radius of gabe. Good. Keep amelie safe in there.

5. B OOP



Much as I want to give into evil, I don’t. So I do good. I hate every moment of it. You hate doing good? Yes. It’s complicated. I know it’s right, but it always leads to loss for me. Yet I keep doing it now, and I keep suffering. But I know the evil queen can’t return, so that’s how it has to be. I’ll never be at peace with myself. That’s not true. You fell in love with Robin, and you were happy. Yeah, and look what happened.

ok so we’re starting our new DnD campaign tonight and here’s our new character roster:

  • joe: an intern at microsoft. true neutral
  • mlg sam: has the voice of microsoft sam, good at call of duty. his head is an airhorn. chaotic evil

  • ziggy-san: the personification of my roommate’s pet bird, ziggy. he looks like he’s from hatoful boyfriend. neutral good. but he’d never admit it

  • lord licorice: he acts evil but he was only made that way. he wants to turn everything into licorice. he is a good person somewhere deep down, lawful evil

  • tubbs the cat: tubbs the cat. chaotic good

  • sjw dr frank-n-furter: the same one from rocky horror. trying to be as unproblematic as possible. lawful good

  • lola: a space pug who works for an intergalactic delivery service. just wants to make enough money to buy a wedding ring for her fiancee. neutral good

  • bottle of hot sauce the third: a bottle of hot sauce. he’s on a mission to find his father and kill him. he can move at the speed of light, but only when noone is looking. can’t talk but writes cryptic messages in hot sauce. lawful evil

9 Times Tom Hardy Made Bad Look So Good

Hardy is the ultimate emotionally complex bad guy.

Tom Hardy might have the face of an angel and the box office bankability of a god, which makes it that much stranger that he almost never plays one of the good guys. Instead, Hardy has made his name in roles that are… well, not pure unadulterated evil, exactly, but certainly on the spectrum. The bank robber with a romantic secret; the Batman nemesis with a tragic past; the hero from classic literature who couldn’t help killing the thing he loved.

Hardy’s bad guys aren’t just bad. They’re damaged, complex, emotionally contradictory, and — let’s be honest — strangely appealing, even at their worst. And today, in honor of Tom Hardy’s birthday, we’re looking back on the best times he made being bad look pretty damn great.  the rest @mtv​

You probably remember Martin “Pharma Bro” Shkreli as the punchable-faced CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, the company that bought the cheap and life-saving anti-parasite drug Daraprim and spiked the price by over 5,000 percent from a shrug-inducing $12.50 per pill to the truly butt-clenching $750 per pill. And as if that wasn’t bad enough, he also look likes this.

When I first heard this story, my instinct was that Shkreli must secretly be the good guy, because evil is never so bald-faced in its cruelty. Real-life evil hides behind paperwork, or “the system,” or just shrugging its shoulders and saying its hands are tied. Shkreli, on the other hand, was standing in front of America with his arms spread wide and proudly explaining that he thought money was more important than human life. Everyone who has ever looked him in the eye has imagined him lowering a gagged woman in a sparkly red dress into a glass tank full of mutant hammerhead sharks. The guy had branded himself as an evil mastermind as effectively as Jennifer Lawrence branded herself as a sexy klutz. All for a drug that only 2,000 Americans use every year.

But what’s really weird is that what he did isn’t actually weird. The entire pharmaceutical industryruns on this kind of money-gouging malarkey. Every single pharmaceutical CEO in the world does exactly what Shkreli did – the difference is they don’t go on MSNBC to brag about it.

Surely once he realized his mistake, he scurried back into his Millionaire Cave to do more surreptitious evil, right? Wrong.

4 People Who Are Only Famous Because We All Despise Them

The making of flavor #122, Citrus Paradisi
broiled grapefruit ice cream drizzled with burnt honey and sprinkled with cinnamon

Step 1:  Did you know the grapefruit used to be known as “the forbidden fruit.” Story has it that a Reverend was searching the jungles of Barbados looking for the origin of the tree of good and evil from the Garden of Eden. He came upon a tree he’d never seen before, which bore a delicious fruit - the grapefruit. 

The botanical name is Citrus x Paradisi, so our pints are named accordingly. To make this flavor, we start with fresh, juice grapefruits. We drizzle them with honey and top them with cinnamon. Then stick them in the broiler.

The problem with Star is that things just. Never happen. The episodes build up these really interesting plots (Mewberty, Blood Moon Ball) but don’t really deliver. Just watching I can point out so many missed opportunities for cool plot-things, jokes, and action sequences. A lot of times it just defaults to anticlimax, mostly for humor, which got old FAST. 

Star has excellent characters and excellent character design. I love Star to pieces, and I love looking at the monsters. The atmosphere too. When it’s good, it’s GOOD. (the dance in BMB comes to mind, fighting on top of the bus in Britney’s Party, the arcade in Party with a Pony…)

And yeah, I know that a lot of the “amazing” cartoons started out slow (Gravity Falls and Steven Universe were both entirely filler-driven shows at first), but the difference is they started out with great writing. A lot of the time Star doesn’t have that.

Now that we have an actual villain being introduced, I’m hoping that the show’s plot will finally be able to pick up and it can live up to it’s potential.