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Super late to the party, but have some Pride icons of the babes.


I am so bad at keeping up with this…

Total Drama Pride Flags Day 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19! In order we have Lesbian Anne Maria, Sapphic Jo, Achillean Noah, Pansexual Owen, Trans Girl Sammy, Bisexual Jasmine and last but certainly not least, Courtney with the Philly Pride Flag!

hoo boy I promise I will try to go back to a regular posting schedule for the remainder of June! Had a really busy week is all.


Days 24, 25, 26 27, 28, 29 and 30 of Total Drama Pride Flags are here! Its not midnight here yet so it still counts! We’ve got Achillean Chref, Polysexual Dawn, Genderqueer DJ, Lesbian Scarlett (for @dakotazoid), Pansexual Sierra, Trans Guy B, and Sapphic Gwourtney!

I hope yall enjoy these! Anyone is more than welcome to use them as icons or headers, as long as you credit me!

Happy Pride Month everyone!

Troian Bellisario Joins Richard Linklater’s ‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette’ (EXCLUSIVE)
Troian Bellisario has been added to Richard Linklater’s upcoming comedy-drama “Where’d You Go, Bernadette,” Variety can exclusively confirm. She joins the already announced cast of Cate…
By Dave McNary

Troian Bellisario has been added to Richard Linklater’s upcoming comedy-drama “Where’d You Go, Bernadette,” Variety can exclusively confirm. She joins the already announced cast of Cate Blanchett, Kristen Wiig, and Billy Crudup.

The film, based on Maria Semple’s novel of the same name, follows Bernadette Fox (played by Blanchett), an architect-turned-recluse who goes missing just prior to a family vacation. Bellisario will assume the role of Becky, the first person Bernadette encounters as she makes her way through Antarctica.

Megan Ellison’s Annapurna and Nina Jacobson’s Color Force acquired the movie rights to Semple’s 2012 novel in 2013. Producers are Ellison, Ginger Sledge, Jacobson, and Brad Simpson of Color Force.

The latest draft is penned by Holly Gent Palmo and Vincent Palmo Jr. with Linklater. The previous writers were Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber.

Linklater has directed 20 films, including last year’s “Everybody Wants Some!!” and the upcoming Bryan Cranston-Steve Carell-Laurence Fishburne drama “Last Flag Flying,” which will be released by Amazon Studios. He received an Oscar nomination two years ago for “Boyhood.”

Bellisario had starred for the past seven years on the Freeform series “Pretty Little Liars,” which aired its series finale on June 27.  After graduating from Warner Bros.’ director’s program last June, she went on to direct her first episode of “PLL,” episode 5 in the final season.

Bellisario also wrote, produced, and stars in the independent feature “Feed,” which will be released by Sony Pictures on VOD and digital platforms on July 18. Tom Felton and Ben Winchell also star.

Bellisario is represented by Gersh, Management 360, and Loeb & Loeb.

I’m gonna do something for pride month.

Every day, I’m going to make a pretty banner featuring a character from Total Drama and a pride flag. I might throw in a few characters from other fandoms as well as my own OCs, but I think right now I’ll focus on Total Drama.

Today I’m featuring Trans Girl Gwen! I really love the idea of her being trans. If anyone has a suggestion for a TD character with a flag, hit me up and I’ll see what I can do!

does anyone else refuse to follow people for reasons of “I haven’t checked your content but you are phenotypically dramatic”?

(things that make up the phenotype of drama: pride flags in icons, hogwarts house or zodiac or MBTI type in a bio, the | symbol in a bio, a list of privileges or disprivileges in a bio, the entire concept of a byf page, typing using lots of unnecessary punctuation, a cutesy theme) 

it’s petty as hell that I refuse to follow people because their theme makes my cursor smaller than it usually is or because their icon is Symmetra with the lesbian flag, but staying away from that whole phenotype keeps my dash so much less discourse-y than it was before I started doing that. 

[Yumecast] Subaru Jougasaki translation masterpost

This is a compilation of all of the translations I’ve done of Subaru’s romance and cast dramas, and few other random tidbits. If anyone has any cards not listed on here and would like to submit screenshots for translation, please let me know! (Consider it a donation, as you’d be saving me a lot of money. (’’๑´ㅂ`๑))

***Missing Dramas***:

SR: Kanadegumi collab, Braves of Twilight
UR: CD Debut, Camping, Out of the Blue, Beach, The Audition, Autumn Leaves


Ayakashi, Shinsengumi, Wonderland, Aichuu collab, Goodnight, Out of the Blue intro, The Audition intro, Braves of Twilight intro, Heroes intro


Romance Drama:

Chapter 1: *Part 1* || *Part 2* || *Part 3* ||

Chapter 2: *Part 1* || *Part 2* || *Part 3* ||

Chapter 3: *Part 1* || *Part 2* || *Part 3* ||

Chapter 4: *Part 1* || *Part 2* || *Part 3* ||

Chapter 5: *Part 1* || *Part 2* || *Part 3* ||

Chapter 6: *Part 1* || *Part 2* || *Part 3* ||

Chapter 7: *Part 1* || *Part 2* || *Part 3* ||

Intro and Cast Dramas:

Flag March  ||  Omurice  ||   Seven Lucky Gods  ||  Onsen  || Cast Drama #5  ||  Cast Drama #6  ||  Cast Drama #7  ||  Valentine’s Day  ||  Basketball  ||  Land of Sweets  ||  Sagittarius  ||  Black Tailcoat  ||  Golden Mirage  || Halloween  ||  Butler  ||  Phantom Thief  ||  Hinamatsuri  ||  The Miserable  ||  Trip  ||  Brass Band  ||  Date  ||  Flight Impossible  ||  Shijin Ranbu  || Christmas  ||  Osomatsu-san  ||  Summer Festival  ||  A Day In The Life of Subaru Jougasaki:  ~Part 1~    ~Part 2~   ~Part 3~  ~Part 4~

Cast Drama Previews from the Wiki:


Misc. Intro Dramas:

Compilation post (includes the following cards: Prologue, The Genpei War, Masquerade Ball, Peter Pan, Band, Mafia, Prince, Seven Lucky Gods, Sagittarius, Black Tailcoat, and Brass Band)

CD Drama UR


Boys in Wonderland

Braves of Twilight


Summer Festival

Autumn Leaves

Gift Reactions + Various Events:

Omikuji gift  ||  Monaka gift  ||  Training Weight V gift  || Grilled Shoebill Keychain gift  ||  Valentine’s Day lines

Song Lyrics:

You & Me…で, Wave?

Sky Beater

What Can Gruvians Expect Next?

Spoilers will be out tomorrow, and yet the questions are still hanging over our heads like an Ice Make Impact. Gray and Juvia are ice locked in their worst nightmares, subjected to killing the one person they want most in the world to protect.

So we can’t help but ask: Just what exactly is Mashima planning next?

The only way to answer this question is to look back at what Mashima has been slowly building over the course of the series– the parallel between Zervis and Gruvia.

Exactly one year ago today and 50 chapters ago, Chapter 449 was released (click here to view our podcast discussion on the spoilers), titled Mavis and Zeref. This began the necessary flashbacks to explain the power and source of the One Magic and the truth of the Ankserum curse- love used in two different ways. It also shows how Mavis and Zeref are eternally linked by their fate with the curse.

499 is titled Gray and Juvia.

Chapter 450 shows the building of love between Zeref and Mavis, and how it ultimately was their downfall as the Anskersum curse “stole” away Mavis’s life and showered upon them the greatest of sorrows with the greatest show of love: a kiss. The moment Zeref chose to give in, he loses everything.

Chapter 500– one of the biggest milestone chapters in the series– is going to give us conclusion of Gray and Juvia’s fight, and if we keep on the trend– a deep show of love that will bring aboutn both joy and pain.

Chapter 451 ended with Zeref renouncing goodness to be lost in the darkness because he lost the one thing he slipped up and allowed himself to care so deeply. His curse “stole” the life of someone who should have been immortal.  He also created the  most powerful magic in the world through his love with Mavis: Eternity magic.

The deepest loves are born from the greatest of sorrows. So does that mean that our ship is destined to sink? Will they end up the same as Zervis, doomed to a bittersweet union in death?

No. Because not only are Gray and Juvia intended to succeed where Zeref and Mavis failed, but Zervis’s story is not yet over.

Chapter 494 reintroduced us to the fact that not only did Zeref not expect to see Mavis moving, but he has no intention to truly hurt her. He wants the power, but he still, in some form, harbors affections for her. And Mavis knows it.

This is a game changer.

As of 498, we know that Invel’s goal with fighting Gray has turned into an  intention to awaken the darkness within him, and he intends to do this the same way he has seen the darkness in his emperor– through having him destroy someone he cares for. He does not know just how much, but I think we will see a similar descent to what we saw happen with Zeref.

There is a reason why Mashima showcased Gray’s face the most upon the reveal that he and Juvia would have to fight to the death- it is him who we will need to watch, and it is  him who already has the seeds of darkness. I am assuming this also makes him the easier of the two to control. We also know that Gray tends to push away those he loves to protect them– the same as Zeref had done up until believing Mavis would be the one person he was permitted to love and not lose.

And on this same note, we have Juvia– who, in Invel’s eyes, is just caught in the crosshairs as happenstance but whom we know is well aware of the awaking darkness in Gray’s heart and who has a very strong emotional attachment to Gray (see my post Tartaros’s impact on Gray’s emotions toward Juvia). Someone we know Gray has pushed away and left behind in order to protect– so as not to lose her as he has others in his life.

Also this is not the first time Gray and Juvia have been linked with their emotions and the safety of the other on the line in the midst of battle. And in those moments it was JUVIA who won and saved them both… with the power of love. It has been showcased time and again that Juvia’s strength comes from her love for Gray and the need to protect him. We even received the cover for Chapter 444 (a number denoting death, the title of which referred to Zeref) with reference to this power.

Juvia is known as the love make mage- as dubbed by Mashima. She is known for having insane surges of power that frighten both ally and enemy when it comes to protecting what she loves, and she has the ability to make the most difficult of decisions to do it even if it means harming herself or others.

That is also why Juvia and Mavis mirror one another; it is Juvia who  understands how the power of love could have saved Mavis instead of killed her and she also understands the deepness of it’s sorrows. I have thoroughly compared both women as sourced in this post, so I will not go into the elongated details of how this parallel is displayed, but it is vital in determining how the next few chapters will unfold. 

By comparing the events of Chapter 451 and Chapter 498 however the parallel is alarmingly clear:

Both women are in a position where they must fight the men they love— destroy them, or be destroyed themselves by the darkness lurking in their loved ones hearts. It doesn’t get much clearer than that– and they have both taken very different approaches to ending those respective battles, and this is why the ending will be drastically different.

We have seen on many occasions that Gray and Juvia’s ultimate power comes when they are fighting alongside one another or protecting each other (see my post on how Gray and Juvia become more together). The difference now is that Juvia has learned through her struggles and battles that sometimes protecting the one you love does not mean you have to live. She has witnessed Gray die for her (and has a memory of “flash” of what could have been). She has helped Silver pass on, believing she has destroyed her right to love Gray.

And now she is willing to set her own life aside to keep herself from not only harming him, but from making him shoulder the burden.

This is not the first time Juvia has been used to destroy Gray’s future and direct in the way someone else would have it:

But this is one time that Juvia is not willing to let herself be that same crutch again. She has made a promise to protect Gray, and she will keep it.

So what does this all mean?

The thing to remember is that where circumstance has caused love and the one magic to fail Zeref and Mavis and placed them in this awkward, bittersweet mission to see each other to their ultimate doom, Juvia has proven that love is the strongest of all and can overcome– and that no matter how hard someone has tried to use her against him, in the end she will come back stronger and be the controller of her own fate.

Do I expect Juvia to die?

Yes, in a way.. But I fully expect her to be back– if not immediately, then after we have resolved the long standing question of Gray’s darkness (from Ur’s promise of sealing it, to Momento Mori awakening it, to Avatar pulling him from Juvia and to Invel setting him to kill the woman he loves) when she comes back to defeat that too. 

Will their love break the chain? Yes, because symbolicly I feel that makes the most sense. Zeref and Mavis cannot break that chain, but Gray and Juvia’s love CAN and will break Zervis’s chain too.

Do I expect that to be the end of the drama? Absolutely not. Even though the rest of the battles have been resolved, I do think that we have heard of Gray’s darkness too long for it NOT to come to fruition now. Gray may or may not be responsible for Juvia’s “death” (I can see her getting in the way to protect him), but he will lose himself all the same.

And when we think all else is gone, I expect Juvia to come back and prove that love can defeat darkness– ending Gray’s, and proving to Mavis that there is another way to save Zeref. I fully expect Zervis to die together, happy in their deaths and having kept their promises. I expect Lucy to be the wielder of Fairy Heart. 

But I expect Juvia to be Gray’s salvation– and the proof that someone can protect him, love him, and live. I expect a similar format as the Zervis chapters, with flashbacks and the revelation of emotions from Gray’s side.

After all, Mashima told us Gray was going to give us an answer. Gray told Juvia to wait, and so have we. Chapter 453 promised a death flag over Juvia and drama. 

But it also promised love and new beginnings.


The Friends Wing, Season 6 (credit to basicallylizziebennet for idea) (Seasons 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7)

6.01 - The One with Donna’s Surgery (NSF Thurmont)
6.02 - The One at Camp David (The Birnam Wood)
6.03 - The One with All the Pastries (Third Day Story)
6.04 - The One with the New Chief (Liftoff)
6.05 - The One with Josh and the Giant SUV (The Hubbert Peak)
6.06 - The One with Leo’s Nurse (The Dover Test)
6.07 - The One with the Flag Drama (A Change Is Gonna Come)
6.08 - The One with Penn & Teller (In the Room)
6.09 - The One in China (Impact Winter)
6.10 - The One with the Rumors About C.J. (Faith Based Initiative)
6.11 - The One with the Mayflower Joke (Opposition Research)
6.12 - The One Where Leo Comes Back (365 Days)
6.13 - The One with Three P.O.V.s (King Corn)
6.14 - The One with Miss World (The Wake-Up Call)
6.15 - The One with the Chickens (Freedonia)
6.16 - The One with Josh and Toby’s Fight (Drought Conditions)
6.17 - The One with the Sleepover (A Good Day)
6.18 - The One with Donna’s Promotion (La Palabra)
6.19 - The One with the Cuba Situation (Ninety Miles Away)
6.20 - The One with All the Ice Cream (In God We Trust)
6.21 - The One with the Space Station (Things Fall Apart)
6.22 - The One with the Chaotic Convention (2162 Votes)

anonymous asked:

I'm going to say this in light of all the AIMH flag drama today: If Harry was so uncomfortable with that sign, he would have thrown it away once he knew what it was, the same way he vehemently throws away the bras and panties thrown to him on stage. (And yes, he knew what he was holding up, Harry, with the carefully crafted and controlled media image, would think before holding up flags in front of 75,000 people and the entire world to see, and the internet to repeat endlessly.)


This is his reaction to bras



his reaction to the AIMH flag



DA to receive special BAFTA Award

The show has had an incredible run, scooping international awards - including a handful of Primetime Emmys - and is set to finally come to an end later this year.

And, in honour of it, BAFTA has revealed that it is going to be giving Downton Abbey its own special tribute and award this summer.

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has announced that the programme will not only have its very own BAFTA Tribute, but will also be honoured with a Special Award on August 11.

Actors from the show, as well as the crew - who have worked on it tirelessly over the years to make it the global smash hit it has become - will join together to celebrate it on the eve of its ending.

Amanda Berry OBE, Chief Executive of BAFTA, said: ‘I am delighted that BAFTA is paying tribute to Downton Abbey, an extraordinary series that has flown the flag for British drama since 2010.

'Our tribute will take us backstage with the cast and crew to reveal what’s made it both a national treasure and a global phenomenon.

Source: Daily Mail (take it for what it’s worth)

The show is one of Catherine’s and my favourite programmes.

When I first heard Downton Abbey was to receive the BAFTA Special Award, I was absolutely thrilled. As the president of BAFTA, I’m delighted that we’re paying tribute to this extraordinary series that has flown the flag for British drama both at home and internationally.

—  The Duke of Cambridge (Downton Abbey receiving the BAFTA Special Award)