i don't think i like this one as much :(

anonymous asked:

Hey, Clockie, how did you find Voltron in the first place? What made you fall in love with it originally?

I don’t recall totally clearly? I think it was either @chloe-bourgeois-cesaire or @the-stray-liger but somebody I follow started putting gifs/pictures of season 1 (that was the only one out at the time) all over my dash and I was like “…huh,” and I bugged them about it and they were like “it’s good you should try it” and somehow instead of the vague “neehhhhhh” noise I usually make when people tell me to check out a new thing I actually did!

And now, we’re here. 

anonymous asked:

thank you so much for the jupiter transit posts! so cool!!! since we're talking about predictive techniques, i'm curious- what do you think of firdaria and profections?

You’re very welcome, anon! About those: I think they’re pretty cool, and genuine (if that’s what you had in mind when asking, to know what I think about if they indeed were). For those of you who don’t know, Profection and Firdaria are the most ancient prediction techniques and not only are they very reliable but also something that can get so serious so damn quick that I don’t mess with them ever. lmao I mean, I rarely ever read Solar Returns as it is… Only did that when I worked as an Astrologer and because when you open someone’s chart for the first time you have to read the Solar Return as well. Depending on what the client wanted to know I’d use Profection or Firdaria too, since they can make the answer even more precise than by just basing it in the Solar Return. The thing is that obviously no one came to me to ask me “oh do you Miya by any chance know when am I going to get a puppy?”. Nope. It was always about some serious shit so yeah. I’m just rambling now. They’re the real thing, anon, and very useful but- I wouldn’t recommend messing with them while one is not completely confident and capable of reading a Solar Return (and the same applies to the Solar Return itself, the person has to know how to read natal charts efficiently first).


If you wanna stop this, then stand up! Because I’ve just got one thing to say to you! Never forget who you want to become!"★ Todoroki Shouto | requested by @s-houto (✿´ ꒳ ` )★ 

Partner and I have been rewatching The Two Towers for the first time in a long time.

anyway, one thing that has always been weird for me is Eomer giving Hasufel and Arod to random strangers, just like that.  Just giving them away, two horses, to a trio of foreign travelers he just met and had suspected of being spies.

like.  what?  This is Rohan.  Horses are the thing you value above all else, I don’t care if their riders are dead, even if their riders don’t have actual heirs somewhere to whom ownership would pass (or Rohirric inheritance law works differently and ownership has somehow defaulted to their éored’s commander, IDK), you’re still a calvary force planning to see a lot more battle in the near future, chances are high you’re going to end up with horseless riders who’ll need them.

this time I actually processed the fact, though, that Eomer believes they’ve inadvertantly killed two innocents, prisoners of the orcs, the beloved companions of these travelers.

The horses aren’t a gift.  They’re weregild.

short & sweet ♡


It might actually stand for King of Explodo-Kills, all things considered

The interaction between Weiss and Ruby in the volume 3 finale is some of the best stuff in the entire series in my opinion. They have such a trust and quiet understanding with one another. The way they reach out for each other. 

The way Weiss stands in front of Yang, trying to shield Ruby from seeing her sister in such a way for as long as she possibly can

To Weiss’ immediate insistence on following Ruby into an unknown fight because she refuses to let Ruby go into it alone. 

To their final moment where Weiss, a girl who once told Ruby she didn’t belong anywhere near Beacon, told that same girl “you can do this” with such confidence and support. 

It’s only my opinion, but I think they have the best partnership in the show. They’ve come so far and reached a point where they bring out the absolute best in one another and if THIS is what they will be like when they reunite and as they go forward - I can’t wait to watch. 


Based on @paperficwriter‘s Genos headcanon(s)!

(ominous slapping noises in the dead of night)

lance: (breathing heavily) the heck was that?

hunk: shhh, i think i heard it coming from the hallway over


pidge: (under her breath) ayyyyyy i’m walkin here

“smart!dean au”


I love how Jon repeats what Damian said to him in the second panel. Even though he bickers with him and they fight a lot, Jon does listen to what Damian says and takes his words to heart. I love that about their relationship. They act like they don’t get along but in the end, there is this kind of grudging respect between the two of them. It’s great and I honestly can’t wait for them to become real friends.


I wanted to surprise doodle this for ma pal  @misterpoofofficial​ =u=)b

i didn’t get much done today bc i’m pretty worn out but this sketch turned out ok. i get fucked up constantly by the idea of jonathan being a good father figure that giorno never had


skam meme:

[4/4] scenes ➢ it’s your girl

Inktober 024: I’ve been having a lot of Oikawa feelings recently╰(*´︶`*)╯♡

Tools: Copic Multiliner (0.05), WHSmith’s sketchbook

So I just saw someone say you shouldn’t tell an author if there was something in their fic that didn’t make sense to you because that’s the way the author wants and it’s like,

That’s not really how it works.

It’s next to impossible to get a beta. It’s even more impossible to get a beta who is above or at your level and is willing to actually help you rewrite things instead of just saying ‘yeah that looks good! You just missed a comma here!’ So authors aren’t necessarily posting things as-is because that’s how they want it, but because when you read your own story fifteen times you just begin to fail to see the errors. Authors also tend to forget they know things the audience doesn’t and leave out things they should have included, and the same for authors who feel they have to overexplain.

I mean if you’re just writing for funsies and because you have two minutes to rub together, by all means. Say you don’t really want anything remarked on. But if you plan to be a writer or plan on continuing to write in general, any criticism is very rare and ignoring it isn’t going to teach you anything.


messing around again :D hehe

the first one i gotta admit the original scene almost made me tear up.. and i liked it so much. and is ok the way it is… but i wanted to do a little something else with it .. just because.. XD pff

besides i think classic Sonic’s role had more to do with Tails than with the main story.. but that’s just what it seems to me lol ¯\_(ツ)_/¯