he's evil!

- Agatha Christie, The Mystery of the Blue Train

I love Poirot just walking into the house of a suspect unannounced to interrogate the staff because he knows they’re covering up for him. They’ve lied to Poirot again and again. You don’t mess with Poirot and you don’t want to make him angry. Like he says in the book, there are two Poirots, one is the gentle and calm Poirot, and the other one strikes terror into the hearts of people he interrogates (in this case, those who are trying to deceive him).

anonymous asked:

I feel the same about Nevra, thank you for answering my question. One more : what do you think about Leiftan ? (I know you want to kill him buuuut tell us everything)

honestly, i would like him if he wasn’t so shady… i mean, he was the first person to be kind and understanding to me in this godforsaken world, i bet i could have fallen in love with him if it wasn’t for that.

he started being shady to me in ep 4, when he didn’t let Gardy explain where she found the piece of crystal. it may be nothing, but after that, no matter what he said or did, i always thought he had an ulterior motive when speaking to Gardy. it didn’t help that it was revealed that he was reporting everything Gardy said to him back to Miiko in ep 13.

maybe im just overthinking it, maybe he’s in fact the most trustworthy person in the HQ. but i don’t believe it. i can’t appreciate talking to him when i always think that he’s gonna stab me in the back one of these days (which… he already did LMAO since he seemed to know about the potion). because of that, even when he’s kind, i feel like everything that comes out of his mouth is a lie or his superficial. and i kinda feel bad about it because i WANT to like him. but i just. can’t.

… nevertheless, i do acknowledge that his feeling for Gardy seem genuine. but he’s still shady.

there’s a really important difference between “I love this villainous evil character because they make the story way more interesting but I recognise that they’re a terrible person who deserves to be dropkicked into the sun” and “I love this villainous evil character and I will defend them with my life they are a precious sinnamon roll here’s 10,000 words of meta about why their behaviour is justified here’s 8000 angsty headcanons about how they’re secretly insecure and probably abused here’s my dubious justification for why they deserve a completely unearned redemption arc even though they’ve shown zero remorse or desire to change at all yes I know they gleefully murdered a bunch of people but if you look really closely at this screenshot you’ll see their dad didn’t give them enough attention as a child so actually they’re the real victim here” 

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I don’t need to show, I think we all know it

But just to be certain I’ll say it again:

Marinette Dupain-Cheng is in love with her friend…

…and his name is Adrien Agreste.

I have this silly crossover idea in which Jagged makes a song for Marinette the same way Ruberiot did for Star. And like, he is too very observant and thinks he is doing her a favor lol.

Bonus:

ok but the funniest part of “Face the Music” was

Ruberiot just took one fucking look at these kids and went like 

“ye, they’re in love” 

“why dont i sing about how much she’s in love with him in front of the entire kingdom of mewni to hear” 

and as much as this quite an ass move… he was right

Just got back from Beauty and the Beast

and guys, all that stuff about lefou being bad representation? its wrong. throughout the movie, he gets more and more uncomfortable with what gaston is doing, and then, at the end, in the final dance member, they show him dancing with another guy. also, despite the name, hes not at all as foolish as his animated counterpart. hes shown to be more intelligent than a lot of the villagers who follow gaston around, and even switches sides in the big battle, saving the life of a beloved member of the castle servants. hes a good guy, and, honestly, sure, the representation isnt perfect, but i went into that movie expecting him to be the comic relief character bumbling after gaston, and mooning after him. he wasnt. there was definitely something unrequited there, yes, and he did do some things that were questionable, but hes not portrayed as foolish, or evil. hes one of the most developed characters among the villagers, and he even gets at least a hint of a happy ending when he dances in the final dance number. he makes up for all of his ‘evil’ actions, recognizes them as wrong, and gets his happy ending. please, dont boycott this film. its really good.

also, a bonus: the relationship between belle and the beast is actually really well developed and realistic. theyre both very well developed characters, with touching stories and realistic emotions.

tl:dr: lefou isnt portrayed as an idiot and he gets a happy ending with a random background dude, and also the romance between beast and belle is good