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When in doubt, draw Fluttershy.

anonymous asked:

That videos been discussed to hell and back, it's the other dude saying it, not Rhett.

I read a lot of the comments on the video and they seemed to be saying people thought Link swore when it was another guy. I’m not that good at figuring out, in general, when a lot of people are talking, who’s saying what. But I have to say I wouldn’t find it shocking if Rhett swore while getting riled up over a video game, in a room with a bunch of other guys who were constantly swearing. That sort of environment can sometimes even make soft-spoken people use words they wouldn’t typically use.

gaburiaslair  asked:

Why do you think about us? Are we good followers? Or perverts?

“I have gotten a few ‘questionable’ asks that leave me a little irked at times. To ‘those’ particulars whom cause me a little discomfort, I let them know why and how and they either understand that, or they’re unfollowing by the next day. To which, well whatever, it’s prolly in both’s best interests to part on those terms before things get a little mental.

But like, I do not know most of you at a personal level. There are those who I feel I could get along, but all I have to go by are their own blogs, and sometimes that does leave a lasting impact and gauges how I feel we could get along based on our interests and such. I’ll reach out when necessary, either in the form of character asks on some other blogs or whatever to establish a small little connection between us, and sometimes a friendship will blossom from there. Which they stop being some random stranger among my followers and become a friend.

I’d rather not judge you all under the entire banner of ‘followers,’ I don’t know why you decided to follow or whatever, it’s only through interactions that I can discover that.

Some are cool and I have no probs with, but then some ARE irksome and I’m not one to hesitate and asking that they tone down that nature otherwise I’ll be forced to act upon it.”

Okay but did anyone else notice

that Victor had his eyes on Yuuri

even before

he got drunk and went off the rails?

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THIS IS WHAT I WANT FROM MYSTERY PERSON AAAAAA

  • <p> <b>What she says:</b> i'm fine<p/><b>What she means:</b> in the first season of Skam, Isak is told by his best friend that "he only knows gay songs", and then when we get to know him again in season 3 we find out he nowadays listens to music that makes him feel tough. That that's the specific reason for it. We get a deep insight into this image of heterosexuality he's trying to project, and that dissonance in characterization makes it clear that it's something he's forcefully constructed in the last year. There are many more explicit examples of his internalized homophobia, but this one strikes me as especially heartbreaking because it's a direct response to something that was meant to be a casual remark, but had a deep impact on shaping his self image.<p/></p>
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the worst part about tumblr is that whenever a blog i follow gets into a new fandom and its all over my dash i’m so tempted to just watch one episode and i’m convinced it won’t be a big deal but then the show ends up being super good and i watch the whole series and it’s just like guys my life is already controlled by too many fandoms i don’t have time for any more yet here i am how is this my life

Interesting Tidbits from the Director’s Commentary for “Kubo and the Two Strings”

1. Kubo’s eye is indeed missing. It’s gone.

2. The monkey netsuke is a family heirloom.

3. Sariatu is holding her power in reserve for the day she’ll have to protect Kubo. That’s why her health and mental state are continuously deteriorating. 

4. Kameyo is Kubo’s one friend in town. His one friend. 

5. Kubo’s hair is actual human hair combined with silicone.

6. Puppets sweat. The silicone’s oils seep out of the surface under the heat of the lights. They have to be patted down occasionally.

7. Kubo was born in the Beetle Clan Castle.

8. When the Moon King attacked Hanzo’s fortress, he was aided not only by the Sisters, but also by his own army.

9. The Moon Beast’s design is supposed to be evocative of the constellations in the sky.

10. Confirmed: The villagers do indeed love Kubo.

11. The little images that appear in the margins of the end credits are meant to make it feel as if Kubo’s story is an old myth.

12. “Kubo is meant to be something of an Orpheus figure – a boy gifted with divine music who could coax rocks and trees to dance with the beauty of his work.”