has anyone ever talked about this scene

vriska serket style variation ratings

0-10 0 being “she doesnt deserve this” and 10 being “i would walk into the mouth of a lion just for the illusion of her”

the sprite- understandable but could use some improvement. she looks like she has scene hair and her stress lines are blue like her eyeliner but its okay i love her anyways. rough and rowdy tumble girl! look at that devious little smile. 5/10

the talksprite- we dont talk about this ever. why did you do this to her. 0/10

<33333333- very gay, very good, very pure. look at her little bean smile!!! this cleansed my soul. i would do anything for her. 9/10

determined- doodly hottie. will fight anyones ass. will fight your ass, will fight your dogs ass, and will fight her own ass. how does she keep all of that hair in a hood? magic probably. 6/10


ded- dramatic. intense. very very round face i enjoy. shes gorgeous and i really love her. my personal favorite iteration of vriska. 9/10

glow aesthetic- nose is too tiny and not very necessary. TOO scribbly. not a fan of this one but its bearable. 2/10

WHOP- keeps getting punched. is she alright? does she need an icepack? youd think shed have a concussion by now with all of these punches but she just keeps on going. i am proud of her. 5/10

sleeby- i hope shes having good dreams!!!! i love her!!! sleep well my problematic discourse-inducing child. her eyeliner and lipstick are not actually the color of her blood though which is a little disappointing. still have no idea how she keeps all that hair in a tiny hood. 8/10

done with you- kicked hussies ass like he deserves. sick of you and your shit and your shit’s shit. beautifully shaded and colored, lineart is impeccable, expression is on point. i feel blessed looking at this image with my own two eyes and you should feel the same way too. 888/10

conclusion: vriska is very beautiful and i love her. i hope shes okay

anonymous asked:

Love the new icon. Also live the scene it's from, Harvey was just so happy watching Mike be a goofball


Honestly it’s one of my favourite (and probably a lot of people’s lmao) scenes they’ve ever had, because that was the pilot. Harvey was looking at Mike like that in the pilot. I have never seen Harvey look at someone so fondly, and I don’t know if he could look at anyone that fondly, but his eyes sparkle with adoration for this dorky kid and he’s only just met him.

He has no idea the impact on his life this kid will have. He has no idea that in a few months, he’ll be sharing the darkest part to himself (re: high noon//talking about his family). He has no idea that he’ll be prepared to quit his job if he has to, move somewhere else, if that kid gets fired. He has no idea that he’ll willingly choose that kid again and again and again, and every time the amount of question surrounding whether he will or not gets smaller and smaller.

He has no idea he’ll be ready to go to prison for that kid, he has no idea that that kid will be ready to go to prison for him. Harvey has no idea that anyone could love him that much that they’re willing to give up their lives for however amount of time, to protect him. As much as he is, for that kid. And that it wouldn’t be the first time that kid put himself in the firing line for him, and it wouldn’t be the last, if push came to shove.

He has no idea that, five, six, seven years later, that kid will be the most important person in his life, even above himself. 

Harvey Specter, The Harvey Specter, values another person more than he values himself and I cry forever over it.

Because, I’ve said this before, you can see him falling in love. (I always think of that John Green quote from TFiOS when I talk about falling in love. “I fell in love like the way you fall asleep. Slowly, and then all at once.”)

Sounds pretty accurate for Harvey, though.


The Car Scene
  • Red: Never do that again.
  • Liz: You're welcome.
  • Red: I'm serious, you can- never do that again. Promise me.
  • Liz: We took down dozens of wanted criminals, recovered millions of dollars in stolen property, and saved innocent lives.
  • Red: I'm not talking about that.
  • Liz: ... You, you're talking about you.
  • Red: *silence*
  • Liz: Wow, you are so damaged. You can't accept help from anyone. Has anyone ever helped you? ... Is that why you are the way you are, because you don't feel deserving of it? Is that why you can't be vulnerable for a second?
  • Red: *silence + heavy stare*
  • Liz: I risked my life for you because I care about you.
  • Liz: Deal with THAT.
  • Liz: And when someone does something nice you're supposed to say "Thank You".
  • Red: Thank you.
  • Liz: You're welcome.
  • *cute adorable moment*
  • Red: ... But never do it again.
  • Liz: *moment ruined*

why are all bellarke interactions like super iconic??? literally after every time they have them in the same room, something HISTORICAL happens and it’s hugely symbolic and significant to each other’s character development

clarke rarely has scenes this important with anyone else, outside of scenes with her various significant others

and just in season 3 alone we have had some of the biggest bellarke moments ever

  • 3x02: the cave scene where bellamy smiles out of bliss and relief and strokes her hair and clarke mumbles his name and he says “I’ll get you out of here” (and then everything that follows)
  • 3x03: bellamy is the last to speak to clarke (let’s talk about framing here- like in 2x16, this interaction is the most significant to clarke and so it is saved for last) and also bellamy looked unbelievably good like praise the lord kinda good when he made that Angry Face at clarke and lex.a just bless 
  • 3x05: the fight - a vulnerable side of bellamy we never see!! - but seriously no the hand holding, the gazing, clarke’s sad hopeful smile and the “i know we can fix this” b/c she believes in their togetherness 
  • 3x11: the hand bandaging and the damn looks they gave each other the whole episode but mostly the bandaging

the writers can say whatever they want but srsly they have no chill when it comes to writing Iconic Bellarke


So I noticed one intresting thing about the photos in the meny and I don’t know if anyone talked about it before or not, but anyway:

So every episode has three photos in the menu “attached” to it, when you hover your mouse over an episode’s title. All the photos depict scenes and location from the actual episode, as you can see on the screenshots above. 

Intrestingly enough, the last bunch of photos, which are supposedly showing scenes from the EP.5 has the first photo we ever see in the game: the photo Max was ashamed to show to Mr.Jefferson. What do you think this means? Does it mean Max will travel back to the class, where it all began and keep this photo or maybe it’s merely a representation of a “happy ending”? 

So I want Iris to have more girlfriends but I seriously have a problem with the whole Flash Ladies thing that I always see because all of these women are lovely characters who are wonderful and in theory I love Iris with but in actual canon interactions:

-Caitlin continually actively lies to Iris with absolutely no fucking remorse. This is despite the fact that Iris was the SOLE FUCKING PERSON who allowed this woman to locate her apparently dead fiance. And worse, each of these lying scenes has been represented as funny?? Caitlin also hasn’t really ever been genuinely nice or appreciative of Iris. She’s only ever described Iris as *exasperated* ‘She talks a lot’. Also every time I say some shit about Caitlin’s fucked up behavior I get ‘Stop dragging women down to facilitate other women’ without anyone realising that A. That’s what Caitlin is doing to Iris in universe. B. That’s what the Flash writers are doing out of universe.

It could be fixed by Caitlin sitting her ass down and thanking Iris and returning back to her days of shading and berating Barry’s gaslighting bullshit and not doing it herself.

God, I wanted #Parkwest so bad and still do. But I can’t deal with Linda actively framing Iris as a bitch for being honest and then turning around and saying that Barry, the only one deserving of blame in that whole situation ‘Didn’t do anything wrong.’ Linda was done so badly and I want more for her but Iris was *not* solely to blame and I’m going to need some ‘I completely misjudged you’ scenes before I jump back on that.

In honesty, at this point no one at all apart from Mason Bridge deserves Iris’ friendship because they all have actively lied to and gas lighted her from the very first episode. I need her to have her own supporting cast of people who trust and need her. I’m also gonna need everyone (With the exception of Cisco who is slightly less involved) raked over hot coals and grovelling at her feet for her help.

In all honesty I think the female thing is male writers having no idea how to write female-female scenes that aren’t bitchy or male centered and they need to step their shit up quickly.

Like imagine a scene with Caitlin and Iris like the scenes with Cisco and Barry where they make fun of one another and talk about things they love just because.

Imagine a Eddie/Barry dynamic between Iris and Linda where Iris *really* wants Linda to be her friend and Linda shows Iris the ropes at work with an arrogant but endeared edge.

Imagine Iris having an amazing mother who talks constantly about how much having Iris brightened up her life.

Imagine Iris having a female mentor who teaches her the way of being a boss bitch and taking no crap. Imagine them in matching pants suits.


Does anyone else find it… pretty suspect that the IMDB Parents’ Guide for LoK mentions nothing from Book 4 outside of the final scene?

I mean, we’re talking about a season where 5 of the 13 episodes flash back to the most frightening and violent scenes the show has ever done (sometimes multiple times in an episode) in service of the hero’s PTSD arc; where “good guys” make assassination attempts, threaten to blow themselves and everyone in the nearby vicinity sky-high, and engage in hostage-taking; where death by suicide and suffocation are punchlines; where redshirts are killed as collateral damage; and where a guy gets crushed to death as explicitly as possible, short of showing the actual body.

If I were a parent, I know what I’d be most interested in knowing about.  o_0;

has anyone ever put all fitzsimmons scenes together in one video and uploaded it to the internet because i need this

Okay, so I just thought I’d run this by my fellow Richonners … Does anyone ever get the feeling that maybe Michonne has told Rick about Andre by now and (for whatever reason) they decided not to make a scene of it? Or that Rick has been sorta clued-in to this withheld info for some time now and chose not to say anything? Or that maybe even Beth mentioned something about what she saw with Mich and Judith to Rick? 

I still feel like they’d possibly have a scene where they talk about her previous family and maybe it won’t be the first time for them, but it’s the first time we see it. I only think this because they have had such an intimate bond this whole time and I feel like there had to be moments that we’ve missed where they shared things of their past life with each other. IDK. Just some thoughts. Feel free to weigh-in on this, guys!