i don't know why i do this to myself tbh

If the drunk Supercorp moment is gonna happen for real in season 3…

Kara: “I feel like I lost myself for good this time.”
Lena: “What are you talking about?”
Kara: “About Rachelle having to leave, duh.”
Lena: “Ra… Rachelle? Wait, do you mean Mon-El?”
Kara: “Why, what did I say?”
Lena: “Rachelle.”
Kara: “Ye, Rachelle leaving.”
Lena: “… No. No, Mon-El leaving. It’s Mon-El who left.”
Kara: “I know, Lena, that’s the damn point!”
Lena: “…”
Lena: “Kara, I think you’re a little bit drunk.”
Kara: “Pffft, nah. I can’t get drunk with the human stuff.”
Lena: “The hu-… Okay, look, maybe it’s best if I drive you home.”
Kara: “Why? Are you gonna leave me too??”
Lena: “Of course not! I’m just-”
Kara: “Then why you want me to spend the night alone??”
Lena: “That’s not what I said! I said that I-”
Kara: “I thought you cared about me!”
Lena: “I do! I’m trying to look after you!”
Kara: “I don’t need someone to look after me, I’m Sup-”
Kara: *hic*
Kara: “I’m Sup-”
Kara: *hic*
Kara: “Super-”
Kara: *hic*
Kara: “Fine! I’m super fine!”
Lena: “You’re not fine, Kara, you’re heartbroken. I see it, I’ve been there too, remember?”
Kara: “I… Yes. Oh God, yes, for sure, I… I forgot, I’m so sorry.”
Lena: “It’s okay.”
Kara: “No, not at all! I’m here whining about me and at least I know he’s OK, while you…”
Lena: “…”
Kara: “Ugh, I’m… the worst… friend… ever.”
Lena: “Uhm, just slightly horrible.”
Kara: “I… I know…”
Lena: “I’m joking, Kara. You’re an amazing friend. I’m so glad I have you.”
Kara: “…”
Kara: “I’m glad I have you too.”
Lena: “…”
Kara: “…”
Lena: “Uhm, okay, eh… Ch-changing topic.”
Kara: “Lena…”
Lena: “D-do you think that girl is an alien?”
Kara: “Wh-… What? Who, the bartender?”
Lena: “Exactly.”
Kara: “Ehm, I… Wait, she looks famil-… Oh, shit.”
Lena: “What? What’s wrong?”
Kara: “Nothing! Nothing is wrong!”
Lena: “You look pale.”
Kara: “It’s… Uh… Y-you were right.”
Lena: “About?”
Kara: “About me being drunk.”
Lena: “Hah, ye, that’s kinda obvious. You’re cheeks are all flushed.”
Kara: “Oh no, are they? I must look so ridiculous right now.”
Lena: “No way, you look so cute.”
Kara: “I-I…”
Lena: “F-for, like, ehm… being drunk.”
Kara: “Right! Right… Thanks, uh… Thank you.”
Lena: “You’re welcome.”
Kara: “…”
Lena: “…”
Kara: “You uh… You also look pretty.”
Lena: “Haha, ye, sure…”
Kara: “No, really. You always do.”
Lena: “As you say, drunk Kara, as you say.”
Kara: “I mean it. You’re perfect.”
Lena: “Per-… Tsk, haha… C-c’mon, now you’re being ridiculous.”
Kara: “I really like you.”
Lena: “Uh…”
Kara: “You’ve beautiful eyes.”
Lena: “Kara…”
Kara: “And a great jaw.”
Lena: “My… My jaw? Haha, Kara, you’re beyond drun- Oh my God, wh-what are you doing, now??”
Kara: “I’m taking a closer look.”
Lena: “Of my… jaw?”
Kara: “No.”
Lena: “Than wha-… W-what ar-”
Kara: *kisses Lena*
Lena: “…”
Kara: “…”
Lena: “I-…”
Lena: *coughs*
Lena: “I have to call my driver. We both drank too much and… it’s best if we go home.”
Kara: “Alright. Yours of my place?”
Lena: “You- my- n-neith- both! Both. I mean, we bring you to your apartment and then we go home too.”
Kara: “Oh. You’re really gonna leave me there alone, then.”
Lena: “I…”
Lena: *sighs*
Lena: “I guess you can crash at my place. But please, stop… stop touching my hair and let me make the call, OK?”
Kara: “Uff, but I’m bored!”
Lena: “C’mon, just stay there and look pretty, it’s gonna take less than a minute.”
Kara: “Heh. You think I’m cute and pretty.”
Lena: “…”
Lena: “Yes. And distracting, I called the wrong number.”
Kara: “Who did you call?”
Lena: “I don’t know, lemme che-… Fuck!”
Kara: “What? Who was it?”
Lena: “I… I think I called my mom.”
Kara: “You called your mom?? Your mom?? Of all people??”
Lena: “Well, if someone didn’t decide that touching my leg was better than touching my hair, maybe I wouldn’t!”
Kara: “But your skin is so… smooth.”
Lena: “…”
Lena: “CARLOS! THANK GOD YOU PICKED UP! COME HERE NOW, IT’S AN EMERGENCY!”

i’m not saying i haven’t felt like this before,
but rather that i’ve never felt anything this extreme for years.
the things you do to me aren’t fair at all if i don’t do the same to you,
and i know i don’t.
(i wish i did.)
i try to convince myself that the butterflies in my stomach aren’t for you,
but i know in my gut that that’s not true.

and i hate that it’s like some kind of stupid cliche,
to find love in a place where it doesn’t belong.
but trust me -
this is not what i wanted.
i didn’t want to get nervous whenever i see you.
i didn’t want to keep an eye out for you.
i didn’t want to feel happy when you talked to me.

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I still have hair in case you were wondering since I’ve worn hats in my last few selfies. Also I’m wearing my high school graduation hoodie and i’m trusting you guys to not try and stalk me. My high school website is unbelievably shitty though so you’d probably just be very underwhelmed by it tbh.

anonymous asked:

Why do goths wear rosaries and crosses? I'm rather gothically inclined myself and I am okay with people wearing rosaries if they are Catholic and such but I know so many people that wear crosses and are not Christian. Isn't that appropriation and rude to those of faith? (Same goes with ankhs for people that don't practice or believe in the older Egyptian religions tbh)

I suspect goths started wearing rosaries and crosses because:

  • Shock value. Unnerving “normal” people by flaunting symbols of mainstream faiths as fashion.
  • Easy to find. Back in the Days of Yore, finding rosaries and crosses in near-bulk lots at thrift stores was super-easy.
  • They’re usually very pretty.

As for ankhs:

  • Again, spiritual/mystical/occult symbolism.
  • Symbol of eternal life –> vampires –> classic gothic archetype. 
  • For gothy types who are comics fans, there’s the tribute to Death of the Endless.

Personally, I collect vintage rosaries because 1) they’re pretty, and 2) they’re a tangible artifact of someone’s faith and energy. I am by no means Catholic (tho’ my paternal grandmother was, and my dad was raised Catholic), but having an object that symbolizes someone connecting themselves to the Divine through repeated words and actions resonates with me. 

I collect ankhs (and generally put them on my vintage rosaries), because the symbolism behind it resonates with me for a lot of reasons. Yes, including the “eternal life = vampirism” reason and because of the link to keys. 

Do I think wearing rosaries, crosses, and ankhs is appropriative? Not really. But then, I’ve done decades of reading about folklore, mythology, and the meaning of symbols. All of which goes back to my oft-repeated view that if you’re going to wear a symbol, do some research so you know what it means.