had to make another

what we know abt zak’s parenting/husbanding/personing skills:

  • pretty fuckin violent, punches brushel a LOT and cracks olga (a 21 year old girl) over the back of the head and knocks her out over a poker game
  • wanted an heir to pass on the performance rights too, presumably at least partially to undermine valant
  • had a thing for thalassa supposedly even when she was a teenager and he was already in his fucking thirties?? either way he married a girl he knew when she was basically a kid while he was a grown ass adult
  • seems to have suspected that thalassa had another child, which makes the whole “urgency to get an heir of his own” thing even sketchier 
  • abandoned his 8 year old daughter who had not a single relative to rely on, didnt even bother making any kind of plan for her
  • showed up years later just to best phoenix at poker and thats about it
  • thalassa expresses happiness at seeing jove again but iirc doesnt say shit abt zak even after he dies
  • thalassa came back to the troupe at about 19/20, traumatized enough that she never told any of them exactly what happened or that she’d even had a kid, and ended up having another baby with a man who really wanted an heir and, again, knew her as his mentor’s teenage daughter until recently
  • i dont like him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Just had another message about this…. makes 5 tonight from tumblr people so I said I’d make a post.

My attraction to you is almost entirely based on your face. Race, body type, hair, trans or cis, none of these play a role. Your face and your personality are what get me. I’m into cute guys that make me smile. I like hairy, smooth, chubby, twinks, tall, or short. I like men. 

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The Lizzie Bennet Diaries 5 Year Anniversary - My Name is Lizzie Bennet - Ep: 1 (April 9th 2012)

Who am I? I’m a 24 year old grad student with a mountain of student loans, living at home and preparing for a career.

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                                  “Okay, should we get some coffee? Sure. Where?”
Chandler and Monica walk over to the kitchen-counter and leave their keys. Then the other four pick out their keys and leave them as well. They all leave the apartment. Joey helps Chandler with the stroller in the hallway, while Monica and Rachel have their arms around each other. Everybody walks downstairs to Central Perk. The camera goes inside the apartment again, and it pans around. We see the keys on the counter, and the final shot is of the frame around the peephole. The screen fades to black. (Friends, 1994 – 2004)

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Stanuary week three: Memories
Bit by bit all of his memories return, but not all of them are good ones.


You can see all of my Stanuary entries here.

episode one :: Yuuri Katsuki is the most beautiful disaster that Victor has ever met in his entire life, and Victor has built his empire on beautiful disasters.



Victor isn’t sure he knows what he’s doing anymore by the time casting rolls around for season 22 of The Bachelor.  Okay, he knows what he’s doing, but it’s all autopilot.  He’s got a dossier of Chip Vanderbones and Tad Hardbeefs to look at, but is almost resigned enough to just give into Lilia and Yakov’s suggestion to cast Georgi Popovich, notorious histrionic Bachelorette season 10 runner-up, as this season’s lead out of sheer notgivingafuckness.  At this point Victor isn’t even sure whether he really wants to be in this game at all anymore, but what the hell else he would do besides sleep for a thousand years if he retired before thirty?  

And then Phichit Chulanont comes into his office to distract him during a conference call with Yakov to tell him a story about his friend who just crashed and burned at the Figure Skating Grand Prix Finals, and everything click click clicks into place: redemption narrative.  Twenty young men are going for the gold, but only one can win the heart of Yuuri Katsuki– he can hear the promos, see the character arcs unfold, and the narratives rush through him like they’ve always lived inside him and it feels–exciting.  

“Phichit,” Victor says suddenly, interrupting Phichit and grabbing him from across his desk.  “We have to get him.  He’s our next bachelor.”

“Oh my God,” Phichit replies, eyes widening, and then again, “Oh my God.

“Do you think you could get him?” Victor asks.  He’s seeing figure skating dates, thematic destination shoots in Chile and Finland and Iceland, “The Bachelor: Love on Ice” title screen flashing over two champagne glasses on the lip of an outdoor hot tub.  

“Do I think I can get him,” Phichit repeats dismissively, looking the closest to offended that Victor has ever seen him.  “What do you think you hired me for, Nikiforov.”

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Why Jason Scott  is awesome

Originally posted by lionsgate-uk

Ok, so I loved the new Power Rangers movie. Each and every one of the characters made that movie. I’ve seen a lot of love for Kim, Billy, Trini, and Zack, but not as much for Jason, who was honestly the most relatable one to me. So here’s my contribution to why he’s awesome: 

  • The way he stands up to that guy bullying Billy in detention
  • How he treats Billy - even before they’re friends, he treats him with respect, with none of the condescending BS that often comes with popular kids sticking up for victims of bullying. And after they’re friends? broTP material.
  • He makes mistakes. A lot of them. He admits it, accepts the consequences, and does his best from there. (That’s like, the most relatable thing)
  • His determination - I mean, did you see the way he rode that bike with a broken knee? And of course, in the final battle with Rita. 
  • His friendship with all the Rangers - tell me you don’t love it every time he gets one of them to smile?
  • He genuinely cares about people and helps them in any way he can. 
  • His motivational speeches to the other rangers. 
  • When he admits he doesn’t know what’s going on, or what is the right thing to do, but he says what he thinks they should do and why - this (along with everything above) is what makes him such a good leader. He’s not perfect and he knows it. He’s going to make mistakes and he’s admitting that upfront. He’s not leading from a desire of power or control, but because he genuinely wants them to succeed as a team. 
  • His relationship with his dad. They don’t see eye to eye, but Jason clearly has a lot of respect for him. 
  • He’s such a geek, making transformer references.
  • He’s like the big brother everyone wants to have.