full on make out

anonymous asked:

I just... I just wanna make out with Tom okay? It feels silly to admit but thats it thats what I want. I want hands tangled in hair and bodies pressed up against each other just full on ignoring the rest of the world hot and heavy make out session. Ugh?! Now I'm sad. Where is there a fic with an explicit detailed make out with Tom scene? Where?! I need it cause I'm pathetic af.

this is such a….big mood

anonymous asked:

hi lola, i really don't want to go to dnps tour but idk how to tell my sister? she's trying to make me go w/ her since i like dnp & i'm sure she thinks i'm acting nonchalant but i'd literally hate it. seeing dnp in a room full of mostly white gays will make me wanna rip my eyes out. white gays in my area are common and such trashh + the tickets are so expensiv also what if dnp make queer jokes and i accidentally laugh my sister already suspects i'm queer, and i can't come out bc she's homophobic

you can just say you’d rather not go cause you’re trying to save money and don’t her to spend on you. you can say seeing them is not really that important for you or say you don’t even know what the show is gonna be about so why even go.

Eleven’s first day of school
  • El’s so grateful Mike insisted on giving her a ride to school on his bike because it gives her a chance to review all the advice she’s gotten from the party over the last couple weeks
  • But a lot of their suggestions conflict (Lucas: “If you don’t know the answer when a teacher asks a question, don’t make eye contact with them or they’ll call on you” Dustin: “No way, you want to look the son of a bitch right in the eye to let them know you’re not afraid. Then, they’ll call on someone else. It’s a power move.” Max: “No, don’t listen to them, just pretend to be really engrossed in taking notes.”)
  • She gets her class schedule and it’s still a little surreal to see her name (Hopper, Jane) written down
  • She can’t believe how many people are at school and it’s a little overwhelming until she grabs Mike’s hand squeezes
  • He squeezes back right away and doesn’t let go as the walk to their first class
  • The class is English, which Eleven loves instantly (the teacher keeps talking about all these cool books they’re going to read—apparently one is about grapes and El can’t believe someone wrote a whole book on her favorite fruit)
  • She writes down everything the teacher says and fills up three pages in her notebook (although she wonders if she wasn’t supposed to because Mike didn’t take out a notebook at all and he keeps looking at her funny)
  • She has to part from Mike for math class, but Will sits in front of her and keeps passing her funny drawings and notes so the class goes by fast
  • After the bell for lunch rings, they exit the classroom and Mike runs up to them, panting, and starts asking El a million questions about how math class went
  • Eleven’s favorite part of the day is definitely lunch because she gets to sit with all of her friends and listen to them joke and argue and laugh
  • Everything goes smoothly from there until the last class of the day when the teacher asks them to pair up with someone they don’t know and then introduce their partner to the class
  • Eleven panics for a second, but Mike immediately turns to her, sticks out his hand, and says, “hi, my name’s Mike, short for Michael”
  • When the final bell rings, Eleven can’t believe after two years of begging Hopper she finally got what she had been asking for: a day of being a normal kid
  • And it was better than she ever imagined

Read Mike’s POV here!

limiting thoughts are thoughts that bully us into not reaching our full potential and cause us to make decisions out of fear. they will be different for each individual and are caused by and reinforced by trauma. addressing these fears feels very vulnerable but it becomes easier to identify where our emotions are coming from once we start recognizing which thoughts are holding us hostage. 


@hpminorcharnet​‘s gtk our members challenge [Erin]: favorite minor characters - Oliver Wood

the rising star of the quidditch league // a sunshine boy // still a little starry-eyed

Adrien and Plagg at school
  • Adrien: I envy you, Plagg - you were able to see Ladybug's face.
  • Plagg *sweating*: Naaaah... It wasn't anything special... She just has...
  • *Marinette walks past*
  • Plagg *TRIGGERED*: ...one of THESE faces...!!

🌼 🌼 waiting for the mission to start, teaching the son important things  🌼 🌼

(Do Not tag as m//cr//eyes or reblog to ship blogs i Will Know and i Will Block You)

so I’m both a fan of Bojack Horseman and Rick and Morty so when I critique the fandoms it’s coming from someone who enjoys both of those shows but

the problem with a lot of the fanbase (Rick and Morty being especially bad about this, because Rick’s ability to perform escapism is due to his intelligence rather than his money, and the Rick and Morty fanbase is just bigger and less self-aware) is that they mistake the characters for heroes instead of antiheroes

both Bojack and Rick know what the right thing to do is, and occasionally they do it, but for the most part they avoid doing so because the right thing involves introspection and effort, which is difficult and requires strength of character - you’re not supposed to admire them for this

both of those shows are supposed to be tragic, but in the case of Rick and Morty the fanbase saw a societally unattractive, socially inept man make a few clever quips and construct a full body mecha out of the plundered remains of rat carcasses and are like “I want to be that guy, I want to be smart, the reason why Rick is in pain is because he’s smart and people ~don’t understand us him~” instead of realizing that Rick is in pain because he’s fucking depressed and his chaos is his way from escaping reality and not something to be emulated

amazing but true: they are all the same species

Concerning Hobbits (of Color)

Okay it’s been a whole day and I’m still angry about that hobbit casting thing, so let’s lay down some Tolkien canon here.

Fact 1: Per Tolkien, there were originally three races of hobbit. The Stoors were a small group, they were broad and stocky, they grew facial hair, they liked rivers, and their skin color is not specified, so Tolkien probably meant them to be white (but there’s no reason they have to be, since again, not specified). The Fallohides were a tiny group, they were thin, pale and tall, they were bold and good with languages, and they like trees. The Harfoots were the distinct majority, they lived in holes, they had hairy feet, and they were brown. Tolkien is super clear on this. He explicitly calls out Harfoots as having browner skin than other hobbits when describing the races and he uses phrases like “nut-brown skin” and “long brown fingers” when describing specific hobbits to back it up.

Fact 2: Britain planted its ravenous imperial flag firmly in the soil of India three centuries before Tolkien wrote The Hobbit. He knew what a brown person looked like. He would know he was not evoking a slightly darker shade of Caucasian when he said a person had brown skin.

Fact 3: Bilbo, Frodo, and all of their friends are aristocracy. Sam is the only hobbit we ever meet who is an actual laborer. In Tolkien’s time, laborers worked in the sun and middle class and aristocracy stayed inside where there was something resembling temperature control. Apart from Sam and Aragorn, no one in the Fellowship (or Company) ever voluntarily got a sunburn. If Tolkien talks about brown skin he’s talking about brown skin, not a farmer’s tan.

Where does this leave us?

Well, Tolkien says that after colonizing the Shire, the three hobbit races mingled more closely and became one. This leaves us with two options.

Option A: He’s talking about that thing that sci-fi writers sometimes do where “everyone is mixed race.” So all three races would have smeared together into a single uniform color. What color? Mostly Harfoot, aka brown. The “strong strain of Fallohide” in the Tookish and Brandybuck lines means maybe they’re white-passing, but in this scenario all hobbits are brown.

Option B: He’s talking about a more melting-pot scenario where visual racial distinctions still exist but everyone lives side-by-side in a fairly uniform culure. The Tooks/Brandybucks having a “strong strain of Fallohide” means that they are themselves remaining strains of Fallohide, and are straight-up white. Merry, half Took and half Brandybuck, is thus white (possibly part Stoor, given Brandybuck comfort with water); Pippin, half Took and half Banks, is either white or biracial. The Baggins family, sensible owners of the oldest and most venerable hobbit-hole anyone knows of, are blatantly Harfoot, making Bilbo and Frodo (half Took and half Brandybuck respectively) also biracial. Fallohides being exclusively adventurous high-class types, and the Gamgees being staid low-class homebodies with a distrust of moving water, Sam is obviously Harfoot and thus completely brown. (Smeagol, a Stoor, is probably white, but as discussed above, doesn’t have to be.) In this scenario, a minimum of three of five heroic hobbits are various shades of brown, four out of five of them could be, and most background hobbits are brown.

In conclusion, if you think all hobbits are white, you are canonically wrong. If you geek out over Aragorn wearing the Ring of Barahir, rage about Faramir trying to take the Ring, and do not even notice, much less complain, that Sam, Bilbo and Frodo are being erroneously portrayed by white guys, you need to reexamine the focus of your nerdery.