i have the best principal in the world


That’s what the SKAM fandom has become. A fucking mess between :  

- The creepy fans. They are hardcore fans. They are obsessed with Evak. They watched like 50 times, season 3. They know every lines by heart. They managed to do 2-3 trip to Olso, not for the beauty of Norway of course, only to see the two principal actors. On tumblr, their only occupation is reblogging stuff concerning Evak, Tarjei Sandvik Moe (“MY PRECIOUS SON”) and Henrik Holm (“RAY of SuNshIne”) (“BEST ACTOR IN THE WORLD”) (“I’M SO EMOTIONAL” or “I’M CRYING Tarjei or Henrik is buying some orange juice”) and answering Anon who is telling them ”Gurl, it’s gross, stop shipping Tarjei and Henrik together.“ ” You have to distinguish the character from the actor“. They don’t care, they’re too far gone, they will keep shipping them anyway because “I don’t hurt anybody doing that”

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 - The Norwegian weaboo. They throw some “Halla”, “Alt er love”, “Nei” and “Fy Faen” in ALL their fucking post even if they are just talking about idk lasagna. They remind you everyday that they are now master in Norwegian thanks to Duolingo. Suddenly, since Skam, half of Tumblr is Norwegian and live in Oslo and have (if it’s not them) ”friends who knew / go to the same school / did a party / hang out (cross out the wrong indications) with Henrik, Marlon and Tarjei". Yes, little we knew, Oslo is a village of 100 peoples.

- The Yousana shippers. Some muslims, many who aren’t. Innocent, they don’t understand what’s the big deal with the fact that Yousef doesn’t believe in God. Some even except a kiss between Yousef and Sana. LOL. My sweet summer child, you can wait. 

- The Jonas (”Eyebrows god”) stan. My favorite. They’re just worried about their fave since he disappeared completely this season. 

- The Eva stan. They’re just most of the time praising her and her “fabulous mermaid hair”. 

 - The seeker of the truth 1. The one who only care about this ETERNAL question in the universe : Is Vilde a lesbian ? They’re no doubt for them, and the answer is “YES”. They dislike Magnus with passion and (like 99% of the fandom) can’t stand Magnus and Vilde making out session. They reclaim the truth from Julie Andem ALL THE TIME. 

 - The seeker of the truth 2. The one who only care about contradict them. “Vilde is NOT a lesbian”. They’re personally offended by this supposition. Why ? Nobodies know.

- The artist. They just draw or do “aesthetic edit” about Skam. Half of their caption is “Alt er love”-“Du er ikke alene”-“Be kind. Everyone is fighting a battle you know nothing about”. If you have an “aesthetic gif set” about one of the girl squad then you can be sure that you will find the picture of “a MAC lipstick slightly open with behind a white grayish background” in it.  

 - The Penetrator Chris Stan. Mostly young, they live in their bubble. They don’t take part of any fandom’s drama because they’re not invested enough. Isak ? Nope. Even ? Nope. Sana ? Nope. Noora ? Nope. LGBTQ representation ? Nope. POC representation ? Nope. ON-LY THIS FUCK-BOY MA-TTER FOR THEM. You easily recognize them because of their self-insert-imagine Readers where they are “William’s little sister and Chris secret lover” or when “You (Y/N) and jealous Chris are fucking in the kitchen”. 

- The Noorhell shippers. Maybe they were the original, the first one, SKAM  fans on Tumblr. Who knows ? They live in the past. They are still too invested in their shitty ship. They are an endangered specie now or maybe just hiding till the Wilhelm hate shit storm calm down. 

- The pepsi-max girl stan. Just kidding, nobody care about them. 

- The “Guys I have this incredible NEW theory : water is wet”. They are like weeks late in the season and just rehearse a theory who was already confirmed or already enunciated already by hundred of persons before. 

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-  DISCOURSE GROUP 1. The “Sana’s season is too boring”. Mostly white girl, mostly straight, “they can’t relate to Sana because “she (an arab muslim straight girl) is too different” but they had zero difficulties to relate to Isak during season 3 (a white gay boy). Why ? You already know the answer. You can pair them with the Evak creepy fangirl, most of them came from this group. Until know, they were just a pain in the ass with their “ok it’s not that I don’t care about Sana (in fact, surprise, they don’t) but WHERE IS EVEN ?”. They cried when the S4 trailers was released. After their little crisis, they wrote 10K long ass meta about why in fact every little details in this trailer was related to Even and not Sana. Still delusional, they don’t want to move on. They don’t talk or reblog stuff from S4, only from S3 (OR S4 but only if it concerns Evak of course). They wrote many theories about the balloon squad and how problematic they were. This friday, they were apparently “proven right” to their greatest joy with Mikael and Even’s story. YAY.  Since you can hear them yelling “all religions are evil and homophobic and needs to disappear (BUT if Islam could be the ONLY ONE to burn it would be nice”). Suddenly they adore Sonja (who was ”a bitch” during season 3) If you ask them not to jump to conclusion with Mikael (“the rat”), you are homophobic yourself and obviously awfully racist against white people (???). 

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- DISCOURSE GROUP 2. The Sana’s stan/ muslims one. They waited so long for Sana’s season and muslim representation. They have no time for your “lowkey islamophobic white ass” (”Sana is too white in this gifset” “ Pepsi-max girls sucks” “We don’t care about Willhell/ Evak/ Noora ” ( cross out the wrong indications) ). This season is very personal for them but to their surprise, it’s anything but what they expected. They have mixed feelings every new clip. They tried to educate the others Skam fans about some concept of Islam but people are not very receptive so they started to give up. Despite friday clip, they are still defending Mikael and the balloon squad against the various attack from the DISCOURSE GROUP 1. Easily offended, they can be a little too protective of Sana, her mom, and the balloon squad.  It appears that they lost all their patience and decided for the best or the worst to let the fandom burn. 

- THE OTHERS. The one who just enjoy the show, their favorite characters and favorite ships. They’re just watching the drama from afar. Sometimes, they low-key have a side but are too lazy to make a post about it. They’re just incredibly tired of this mess. 

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i don't so small talk.

at all, with anyone.
It seems so trivial, superficial, & a complete waste of precious time.
I don’t care if you’re a complete stranger and I JUST met you. Tell me your hopes & dreams, what motivates you, what keeps you up at night, what insecurities infect your mind, tell me about your beliefs, who you are (who you think you are) not what other people think you are, tell me your most prized memory, your favorite place, major events in your life, tell me of your love, your pain, what makes you tick, tell me your secrets what holds cobwebs in the depths of your mind, tell me what you want from life, your plan, tell me if you think aliens exist or mythical creatures, talk to me about nature, tell me your entire life story, tell me about your strengths & weaknesses & why they are those things, tell me about your childhood, tell me what you keep to yourself, tell me the things you like about yourself & then think and tell me the things you don’t like and then tell me why, tell me what it’s like to live a day in your life, how you think, how you feel, tell me your worst tragedy and your highest success. Tell me you’re lost, you don’t know what the fuck you’re doing in life or he’ll tell me if you do know if you have it all planned. Tell me the lessons you’ve learned so far and how you learned them. Tell me what your morales and principals are, how you grew up., who your best friend is, about your fist love, or current, tell me about the people who aren’t in your life anymore that you miss. Your core values. What you want to change in yourself and in the world. Tell me what you’re truly passionate about so I can see it light up your eyes. Tell me you’ve bent the rules, broken them, tell me you’ve never done anything bad in your life. Tell me you need someone. Tell me little things that make you laugh or smile. Tell me about your role model and why. Tell me your views on the world and people and yourself. Tell me all the things you haven’t even tried to tell yourself, and or just tell me about the stars, science, math. Your religious beliefs. Your obstacles in life, your hard ship. Tell me if you have thoughts of harming yourself, tell me you think you’re crazy, tell me everything that’s eating away at you. (I promise you, you’re not that crazy at all, I’m down right insane, we are all a little nutty.) Tell me your character, how you think people would describe you or explain you to someone else.
Tell me everything.
Tell me anything.

Just don’t tell me hey. (Well if you must start with that I suppose I’ll accept that.)
Tell me whatever you want
as simply or as crazy as you’d like.
Ask me anything you’d like to know,
I’ll talk to you about anything.

luly1am  asked:

Hey have u a list for the pack adopting Stiles without him knowing? I really like when they take care of him 'cause he deserves that, extra points for sterek

Kind of. - Anastasia

Originally posted by milbob2407

(How To) Save A Life by ShowMeAHero

(1/1 I 3,051 I Teen)

Even the best of well-oiled machines get a wrench thrown in the works every now and then.

The Principal Thing by fuchs

(1/1 I 4,184 I Teen)

Out of everything wrong with the world, out of everything horrible that has happened to Stiles, out of kanimas and werewolves and sociopathic hunters and batshit insane high school students, Stiles had thought that his eventual and inevitable demise would be slightly more dramatic than this.

Stilinski’s Home for Wayward Wolves by owlpostagain

(1/1 I 35,197 I Teen)

“At least your puppies knock first,” Stiles snorts. “Here I thought their alpha raised them to be well-mannered.”

“There’s a sign,” Derek responds stiffly.

Stiles, whose curiosity outweighs even his hardest of grudges, abandons his chilly façade of nonchalance in a heartbeat. He jumps right up and all but pushes Derek out of the way in his effort to get to the window, and sure enough when he leans outside there’s a laminated strip of cardstock duct taped to the vinyl siding: 

DON’T FORGET TO KNOCK Stiles gets cranky when we scare him

Or, in which Stiles Stilinski moves to Beacon Hills for his junior year of high school and accidentally adopts a pack of teenage werewolves.

anonymous asked:

I actually go to a private school and my teacher happens to be the principal of the school too, but she tells us that she is fine with LGBT since her father was apparently gay. Though she still thinks talking about LGBT things is inappropriate and 'is an adult subject that kids shouldn't talk about since we are still young and don't know anything about the world.'

ah, sorry for being terribly off base then. my mistake.

and well, having a gay father doesnt suddenly make someone the best & most knowledgeable on these issues. same with lgbt+ friends or relatives in general. i still overhear my parents talk about how they “dont agree with the lifestyle”, while i have come out as trans to them 2 years ago

the best thing i can say on this is, even if youre young, no one knows you better than you. while many people only start questioning themselves when they hit puberty, ive personally known girls who had plenty of crushes on girls through elementary school. they knew they were wlw so young they didnt even question it or think it was “not normal”

they just dont want to cover the issue which, as ive mentioned before, is bad, because it contributes to the stigma against us.

my mom uses the same logic against me and its only given me a shitton of trauma. by not teaching kids about this, this causes kids to suppress themselves bc they dont know whats going on but they know its not “normal” sense no one talks about it. not only does this cause cishet kids to look at lgbt+ kids like theyre abnormal, but this can create a complex in the kids mind that can deteriorate their mental health. i only got diagnosed with an anxiety disorder after months of realizing i was probably not cis and it caused me so much mental pain i eventually had my first panic attack in front of my mom. i was basically as sheltered as youre describing, i had to go out of my way to learn about these issues.

until she has a non-biased source to back up that lgbt+ issues are adult stuff/you dont know who u are until 20 apparently be skeptical my friend

Ripping on Tucker

So it’s time to talk about Tucker, who I hate. Tucker for me is the worst part of Danny Phantom, because he’s the only part that’s unsalvageable. Every other bad element of this show can be repaired or improved or framed in a way that makes it successful while remaining recognizable. Tucker not so much.

So lets start talking about him from a character angle. Tucker is the comedic best friend and hacker of the team who tends to go power mad every time he gets the leg up on somebody and has a deep love of meat. That’s pretty much it for him. Tucker is a bit of a shallow character in terms of depth. With the exception of the popular kids he might be the most two dimensional member of the cast. In a lot of ways tucker is more an amalgamation of traits unrelated than a fully formed character. His definitive love of meat exists only to counter Sams vegetarianism. His comedy is mostly situational rather than character centric leading it to seem less genuine and more forgettable than we find in Sam and Danny, giving him the appearance of being more functionally funny for the sake of the show rather than being genuinely amusing. His friendship with Danny exists and we are constantly told how close they are, but the pair get few quality scenes and little real development the way we see with Sam and Danny. He’s a hacker and computer nut, but the constant contrivances to keep this element of his character used makes it seem less like he’s contributing to the group and more like the writers are struggling to shoehorn in opportunities for Tucker to be relevant. In terms of being a character, Tuckers biggest problem isn’t that he comes across as a forced ill defined third party member, it’s that everything that defines him could go to someone else. Danny could have had Tuckers love of meat. Sam could have been a hacker cybergoth (she’d have loved the ascetic). Because Tuckers jokes are never rooted in his character, every funny thing he says could be said by another character. Sam is already a better best friend than Tucker. Tucker is a completely removable element from the show.

Tucker doesn’t look any better from a narrative angle either. See Tucker falls into the same sort of character role that we see in countless other fictional best friends. Characters like Jimmy Olsen, Ron Weasley, and John Watson all exist in the same role as Tucker Foley. They are all the best friend that keeps the world and the lead character grounded by maintaining a realistic little man point of view amid all the fantasy. Tucker would be great for that if not for three things; he never takes things seriously enough to act as a grounding agent, Tucker is always the one that needs to be grounded instead of Danny, and Sam already fills this role perfectly. At the end of the day, Tucker is redundant and I have to wonder why he was included at all. There’s the obvious Robin principal were if Danny is off doing something Sam would need someone to talk to, but that’s a reason to include a third character rather than a reason for this third character.

So how do you fix Tucker? With how few characteristics he has, it’s hard to adjust him into something effective, worth including, and recognizable as Tucker. One option is to play up the fact that Tucker is something Danny has to keep fixing. Transform him into a sort of Patrick Star or Gilligan type character. This is incredibly risky and more often than not this character type becomes infuriating to the audience before it becomes rewarding. That’s not saying it can’t be done well. Soos of Gravity Falls is an amazing example of this trope going over well. Still I’m not sure it’s the best option. Personally my move would be replacing Tucker with Dash. The popular jock would give us a viewpoint on the world radically different from Danny or Sams. His physical power is something we don’t currently have on the ground team. His character is a stereotype but it’s well defined and lends itself to some worthwhile character based humor and unique personal dynamics with the other main cast members. His potential to grow and develop his own character arch is instantly apparent. You could even make him black without anything being lost in his character so the groups racial diversity isn’t thrown off. Dash really is a perfect solution to the Tucker problem

The reason I write these is because I love this show. I see such an incredible potential in Danny Phantom to change children’s television, but the show is constantly held back by amateurish creative decisions. Elements like Tucker don’t add anything to the world and don’t open enough opportunities for story telling to justify the time taken from other characters for him to be included. At the end of the day, Tucker is just a careless costly addition to a show that will always be better than him.

Stupid the smart way.

Everybody always gets on The Simpsons’ case for going twenty+ seasons (nearing thirty by now), but I haven’t seen the same for South Park. Granted, South Park is still one season away from the big 2-0, and its had its share of weaker seasons, but how the hell is it still going?

More importantly, how the hell is season 19 one of the show’s absolute best? What the fuck, South Park?

Well why don’t we take a look? Let’s talk South Park, in all it’s 

Investment … ?

I mean, there’s been a fanbase for this show for a long time, and not being a huge part of it, I haven’t been there to see how it’s grown and changed. Still, I find myself way more invested in the characters in the later seasons.

That isn’t something that’s necessary for a comedy. If it’s funny, it’s done it’s job. But, if you can make me care about them on top of that, then you’ve got me hooked.

Again, once upon a time, South Park wasn’t a place you’d look for emotional stories. I mean, aside from a couple ball-twisters like Kenny Dies or Stanley’s Cup, South Park was a place strictly for laughs. And, a lot of people would tell you, that’s the way it should be. The show is at its best when its ripping on other media or making up asinine concepts to get across a point. 


It’s not like people didn’t care about the characters at all (far, far from it), but that wasn’t ever the focus of the story. The focus was the jokes, because they were damn good ones. The characters were there to generate the funny, not so much the feels. Breast Cancer Show Ever is still hilarious, because the only thing it’s about is Cartman trying to get out of a fight with Wendy– a fight that’d been a long time coming.

More and more as the seasons go on, though, you find episodes that actually do focus on these people. Stan goes through a breakup with Wendy and Butters, of all people, tells him why it’s okay to feel shitty sometimes, in a strangely beautiful way. You learn about Stan’s grandpa’s Alzheimer’s, you see the relationship between Kenny and his sister Karen, Stan deals with alcoholism and depression coupled with a fear of growing up. 

Over time, the stories and the characters evolved, where they feel more and more and more like real people, until suddenly you realize the show that had an episode where one of its characters literally took several gigantic shits on screen is actually … heartfelt.

It’s the most extreme case I’ve ever seen of it, but South Park’s learned to balance raunchy humour with a genuine heart. Fucking awesome.

The Quickest Satire On Air

South Park has had this going for them for a while now. While the animation looks fucking great these days, it’s still the fastest on the market, which means they do the entire process– from brainstorming to the final product– in an ungodly short amount of time. It’s. It’s actually really impressive.

The entire animation process should take them pretty much a year for each episode, if they send it away overseas. They do it in a week. They’re kind of insane.

So, unlike any other cartoon, adult or otherwise, South Park has an immediacy. They’re commenting on things that have literally just happened, things still fresh in our mind. A lot fresher than any other parody show, that’s for sure.

This season in particular (which, might I add, even has a continuing story all throughout that’s even tighter than last season’s) really nailed a lot of hard topics. One that was particularly awesome was the ISIS episode– which ended up airing two days before the terrorist attacks in Paris. Fuck.

EDIT: They didn’t predict the attacks, but the timing made the point of episode more impactful.

… Okay, so the point of terrorism is to spread terror to get your message across, right, but in it’s own small way, South Park actually disarms that fear a little, parodying the paranoia, pain, and fear itself by getting us to laugh at ourselves again. In a way, it’s what we need. The Nostalgia Critic said the same thing about Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants– and episode that aired post 911 and turned Osama Bin Laden into a cartoonish joke. It lightened the mood when we needed it most.

From pop culture to politics, South Park still has a grip on what’s going onand, still knows how to structure a story to make their message clear. This is what I meant about it being a smart show, South Park is still clever and still funny. That, in and of itself, is impressive.

Like, okay, take pretty much this entire season for example. One of the big changes in season 19, aside from a greater focus on parodying action/thriller movies, was the addition of P.C. Principal. A character who takes all the political correctness and liberal extremism of Tumblr and puts it into this one young, frat-house bro-dude  … in the South Park world. And he’s the principal of the school now.

I’m not even going to reveal whether he ends up a villain or not, but I fucking love this guy. Holy shit do I love P.C. Principal. Whatever the reason, our entire culture is changing to become more politically correct, and whether or not you think that’s for the best, you automatically have to think: what the hell is South Park going to do with it? How are they going to rip this apart?

So, when they made this guy a recurring character in the season– even transforming the town in part because of his progressive beliefs– you get a lot of funny material and a fair, honest look at it. It’s not like South Park made political correctness its enemy, like you might think. It’s using it’s characters and stories to make commentary on the shit that’s affecting us right now– and no other show can say that.

Now that I mention it, I have to bring up the idea that this means South Park has dated itself, forever. With all the topics it covers in a season, there’s no mistaking exactly when it came out, and down the road it might not have the same affect on us that it does right now. At the same time, since it’s doing it so well, it almost makes the show a time-capsule. Pretty cool.

I think it did have a couple shaky seasons and less-than-stellar episodes, I’m not going to lie about that, but it’s also reinvented itself, in a way that separates a show that needs to die from a show that could’ve, but chose not to.

The Future of South Park

After the last few kickass seasons, the future looks killer, which is weird for a show as old as this one, but it’s true. 

South Park isn’t ready to die. And honestly, I wouldn’t want it to.

… Also, they did a Tweek and Craig episode and now they’re together. Look at them. Look. Oh my god.

  • Snow: You called me down?
  • Principal: Yes, have a seat. I just have a few concerns about your lesson plans...particularly about why all of them seem to involve birds.
  • Snow: Isn't it great? They're getting the best bird-based education in the country.
  • Principal: How could you possibly know that?
  • Snow: By the time they graduate, they'll be fluent in 12 dialects of sparrow.
  • Principal: How about a language actually in the curriculum like Spanish or French?
  • Snow: Sparrow is very useful!
  • Principal: If you're a princess turned bandit on the run from an evil queen. We're trying to prepare these kids for--
  • Snow: Were you about to say "the real world"?
  • Principal: I'll see myself out.
3 Fights, 1 Ending

Character: Mark x OC
Genre: Angst
Number of words: 1463 words
Summary: You wanted to protect Mark but you ended up losing him.

The first time you fought with her, you knew she was making advances towards Mark, your best friend and the man you loved. Wanting to tell her to stop and that Mark wouldn’t fall for a person like her, what started off as a warning to the other turned into a nasty brawl. 

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anonymous asked:

What are your favorite characteristics about Korra and Asami? (Both as individuals and when they are together)

I love Korra’s heart. Korra cares so much, sometimes too much and it gets her into trouble, but she would honestly take the shirt off her back and give it to someone if they were cold. I love that she is so passionate about her duty as the Avatar and how that passion turned to compassion as the series went along. I see it a lot, people saying that Korra “changed” from the early books to the later books but she didn’t, she GREW and to see something happen to a character and then see them completely and fundamentally change in the later chapters of a show is such a rarity and I loved it. It made what Korra went through matter. She didn’t just have tragedies piled on her like other shows do, she went through things and came out better for them, which matters so much more. 

As far as Asami goes I just loved how…unexpected she was. Every thing that happened to her could have made her hate the world, could have easily made her a villain - but it didn’t. She continued to want to be good and to do good. She stood by her principals even in the moment of her own father trying to draw her into a fight by using her mother’s death as motivation. Asami is such a strong character and her confidence in herself is one of her best features. She knows who she is, probably a side effect of having to grow up so young after her mom was killed and the things that she believes in, the good that she wants to give to the people she loves drive her and she will never stop working to make the world a better place. 

The only think I can say about why I love them together is balance. They balance each other out perfectly.