he took everything he could

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Woo Hee said that if he is Baek Ah, then she is Zhong Ji Kee, referring to an ancient story. In that story, Zhong Ji Kee chanced upon Baek Ah when he was playing his instrument by a river, and complimented him with a poem. They became sworn brothers, in an another word, see each other as soulmate. They agreed to meet at the same place again during the next mid-autumn festival. However, when Baek Ah was at the same river a year after, he found out that Zhong Ji Kee passed away. He was so sadden that he did not touch his instrument again, as he believed the only person who understood him was no longer around. (x)

When Percival Graves gets back to MACUSA, he doesn’t get angry. He doesn’t call out all the Aurors for not noticing any difference. He knows why. He gets it, he really does. Because he’s always been very private and not necessarily the warmest of leaders.

But also, he knows what Grindlewald took. He tried his best to resist, but he was no match for the man’s legilimency. When Grindlewald broke through his walls, finally, he took everything. Every memory he could get his hands on. He took his entire background and his characteristics and his habits and mannerisms. And then, right before his eyes, he changed.

Graves couldn’t blame them, cause seeing Grindlewald take his face right in front of him, in his broken, bleeding state, he almost fell for it too.

HEADCANON- RFA Members In A Butterfly Park

For anon, “ But just- imagine the RFA crew on cute walks in a butterfly park. Headcannons for this are needed. Just because of how cute this is.”

Yoosung- Running around like a little kid the whole time. His eyes light up at every butterfly he sees and chases them down. You’d laugh at how cute he is, trying to keep up with all the butterflies. This was like the day you took him to the zoo, only this time he could chase everything. You took about 52353553 pictures.

Zen- He’s just staring at you. You’re the only person he can give credit to having looks as beautiful as his. He gets a warm smile every time you admire a butterfly fluttering past, at how you light up with every single one. It’d be a very nice, calm walk, with your hand in his. He would only look at a butterfly when it would land on you, otherwise, his ruby gaze was only locked on you.

Jumin- He pretends to be annoyed. Your arm would be linked with his as he kept a neutral expression. However, knew both knew that he was enjoying this. You would try to get him to admit it, commenting casual things such as “The butterflies are nice,” or “The weather is beautiful.” In reality, what he enjoyed was you. He eventually gave you a smile and said he was having a very nice time. You smiled back, and that was all it took to satisfy him.

Jaehee- The perfect image of just a simple walk in the park. You would hold her soft hand and talk about your lives with each other as butterflies fluttered around you. The nice flowers around set a nice aroma. It was a day Jaehee needed from work. She was happy to spend it with you.

Seven- Can name every single butterfly. Spending ample time hacking, he knew many useless things he didn’t need to know. You would comment on a nice butterfly and he would go “That is a Grey Hairstreak, scientifically known as the strymon melinus.” (A/N: I actually had to look stuff up wow.) He would do this with every butterfly that passed by. Guess what Seven you’re scientifically known as an annoying little motherfu You would groan and roll your eyes every time, but you actually found it really cute that he knew so much about everything.

Live A Life Without - fic

Characters: Tim Drake, Damian Wayne, Jon Kent, Conner Kent
Summary: Jon and Damian are going to die, they think. But not if their older brothers can help it.
A/N: I just have a lot of Conner and Jon, and Tim and Damian feels. This file on my comp is literally titled garbage. I like the headcanon that Kon doesn’t like Jon at first, so that’s an ideal here, as you learn quick. I just want more bro-fics with these four dammit, and of Kon and Tim being ultra protective of the babes.

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anonymous asked:

It's not out of the realm of possibility, but Idk if they'd really make Eddie Savitar. Somehow I don't think so. However, they clearly went out of their way to parallel certain moments like Iris sitting on Eddie's lap and moving in in the same ep that Savitar tells Barry he took everything from him. Plus Eddie was thrown in a singularity, he could have ended up anywhere and in any time...

If Savitar says Barry took everything from him, if he were Eddie, he wouldn’t kill Iris.

Also, Savitar said Barry took everything from him in the FUTURE, which we learned in episode 9. So I think Eddie isn’t a plausible choice.

Rocky Reunions

He browsed the same stack of junk for what seemed like a million times, gently moving it aside as his blue optics took everything he could in. He had to find that stupid thing, whatever that thing was.. it was important to Rusty’s dad for whatever stupid reason, “ Primus, it’s like I get all of the ridiculous jobs around here! What couldn’t Grimlock do this.. “ he shifted the junk a little bit more with delicate fingers, “ Grimlock would probably just crush everything anyway… “ he frowned, “ Not that he’d do it on purpose, but… “ Sideswipe sighed, “ Whatever, I’ll just tell ’em I can’t find it. I guess Strongarm shouldn’t have lost it. “

No, you lost it.“ Pft, how am I suppose to lie when I can’t even get my inner voice to lie about it? “ he whined, transforming before driving away and back towards base.
A blast from the future??

(this is a closed roleplay for both @youlistentothevoid and @smol-skeleton-child . the order is me, then grace, then sketch.)


Tempo: *after they all stepped onto the familiar platform, he took a look around. everything seemed to be safe as far as he could see, and the platform was completely solid. he walked until he was directly next tomezzo.*

“So it worked right?? it looked like it worked, I mean… the platform here now. so it had to have worked, right?”

@youlistentothevoid

I like to think that Professor McGonagall’s son played Quidditch for the Gryffindor Quidditch team. 

He was the team captain his 7th year, which was 1971, the same year James Potter arrived at Hogwarts. Young James watched the older kids practice every day, inspired to one day play on the team as well. Young McGonagall took after his mother and was an avid player, but an even stronger student and a kind friend, always taking care of the younger students. He took James under his wing, taught him everything about Quidditch that he could before he graduated. The next year, James made the team and soon became a star player. Professor McGonagall saw so much of her son in the feisty and foolish but talented Potter, and so she looked after him and his equally as ridiculous friends. Upon his graduation, he joined the Order of the Phoenix, along with his numerous friends. Professor McGonagall was also a member and coincidentally (or not so), so was her son. Sadly though, the Professor’s son was killed by the Death Eaters, and shortly after, both James and Lily were lost as well. Facing such tragic losses, Professor McGonagall considered leaving Hogwarts, leaving the Wizarding World altogether, but the cries of baby Harry Potter echoed in her ears and she decided to stay, to watch after and protect the only connection she still has to her son and the young boy she had come to love all those years ago. As he grew, she saw so much of Lily, so much of James, and so much of her son, and knew without question, without any doubt, that she would do absolutely anything to keep this precious boy safe. She would ensure that The Boy Who Lived would indeed live, and live well.

Can people take a step back and stop second guessing Bryan Fuller’s commitment to the future of Hannibal? 

If he says he’ll do what is necessary to make it work when the right deal is found, can we please take him at his word?

If he says there were discussions about a deal that they decided couldn’t be made to work - can we trust him when he says it wouldn’t work? 

Again I point people to the excellent documentary Lost in La Mancha, which was supposed to be the behind the scenes look at Terry Gilliam making his dream adaptation of Don Quixote. Instead became an inside look at how taking the wrong deal will ruin everything. He took the deal he could get at the time, even though objectively it was untenable, and he lost his script in the process. 

Let’s stop excoriating and judging the people actually in the discussions that we are not party to for not taking the first deal that came along. Let them work out a good solid one.

Our job is to make sure that any partners know we are here for that good, solid deal.