i honestly cannot stop watching this

((ok you guys, you asked for it))

[flourishing a paper dramatically] for my next batch of weirdly specific and irrelevant headcanons, i give you: voltron driving hcs

pidge – too young to drive, but when she turns 16 literally no one is surprised to discover she is an awful driver. her turns are too sharp, her stops are too sudden, and she doesn’t watch her speedometer (“ma'am do you know how fast you were going?” “uh…35” “60”). i’m not entirely sure that she even passed her driving test, but i am totally sure she takes matt’s car anyway.

hunk – also not a great driver. he just. never really gets a feel for driving. in the first six months he drove, he got three flat tires and countless dents. good news: he’s good at fixing cars. he just cannot drive them.

lance – honestly, a good driver, but he always has music blasting and is always dancing and it scares the life out of hunk (“lance please put your hands on the wheel!” “lance please stop tapping your foot, that’s the gas pedal!” “LANCE YOURE GONNA MISS THAT TURN–”). he has never been in an accident, though, and genuinely enjoys driving. therefore he is the official driver between himself, pidge, and hunk.

keith – That Asshole who thinks traffic laws don’t apply to him. has never gone the speed limit in his life. common conversations in his car:

  • “keith, stop tailgating that guy, he’s going the speed limit” “well it’s too slow!!”
  • “keith stop that’s a red light” “don’t worry, there are no cars around and this intersection doesn’t have a camera”
  • “please slow down oh my god that’s a sharp turn yOURE GONNA FLIP THE CAR” “[laughing as the tires squeal]”

again, though, he is a genuinely Good Driver and has never been pulled over, much to lance’s annoyance.

shiro: everybody /thinks/ he’s a good driver bc he’s the model of safety whenever he’s driving the kids (“i’m not pulling out of the driveway until everyone is buckled up”). then, one day, the kids are driving on the highway and they see shiro’s car speed past, going at least 90mph and weaving between traffic. incredible.

allura: doesn’t drive often, but when she does, she has RIDICULOUS road rage. like, she’s a good driver otherwise, but whenever someone cuts her off or something, she’ll hold down the horn and then rant at her unfortunate passenger (usually shiro) for a solid minute. at least.

coran: perfect driver. uses turn signals perfectly, smooth turns, effortless merging. if he’s running late for something? all of that way past the speed limit. best driver.

matt: could be a good driver in theory, but never focused on the road. he zones out so easily that, like pidge, he’s almost constantly over the speed limit. “[staring unseeingly at the road for five minutes] shiro do you think gerard way is happy?“ "please god let me drive”

Read It Wednesday

Week 15! I’m finally starting to catch up on series, so hopefully you’ll start seeing your own in here! Note that drabbles are no longer included due to the length of the recs. I hope y’all enjoy this weeks compilation. 

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After Hours

She wakes up sweaty.

It’s the middle of the night — 4 a.m. to be exact, Alison glances at the clock next to her bed - laying down once again, eyes wide open as she becomes aware of her current situation.

Her breathing’s ragged, and the sheets feel way too heavy and constricting. She strips them of her body in less than a second — hissing when they brush against her sensitive and swollen breasts. She cannot believe this is her life right now.

Putting behind the homicidal maniac that is still out there right now, being impregnated with her friend’s eggs, having to deal with those (still very) confusing feelings for that friend, and now having to practically live with that friend — this is way worse.

She’s horny.

Fuck, she hates that word; always has (it reminds her of all those neanderthal boys in high school — it repulses her, and it’s no different now) but that’s the only word she can use to describe the state of desperation, want, and frustration she is experiencing right now.

She presses her legs together, biting back a whimper as the ache between her legs is momentarily relieved.

She’s aching. It makes her mad.

Goddamn hormones, she curses as she runs her hand through her now protruding belly, that just seems to grow bigger everyday. Probably because of Emily’s —

“Emily…” she whispers to herself, pausing as her mind starts racing.

Emily.

Emily, who’s sleeping down the hall right now, (because they don’t actually sleep together, at least not every night. Only when one of them has a nightmare, or when they pass out during an episode of Cupcake Wars, or on those regular occasions where they get takeout and Alison’s room seems too far away when she’s already half asleep on Emily’s bed, with her head on the brunette’s chest as she gets her hair played with). Emily, who told her to consider keeping the baby, and Alison did it because it’s Emily, and it’s been so long since she’s been able to deny her anything, (and maybe because the idea of having a little brunette with big doe eyes running around fills her up with longing, but with so much happiness too. And maybe, just maybe, because she gets to keep Emily because of this; and even though she knows it’s wrong, she can’t help it).

And safe, Emily always makes her feel safe.

Especially with that lean toned body of hers. ‘Ooh! And her arms,’ Alison thinks as she licks her lips, ‘all muscley from all those swimming years’. Obviously, Alison’s aware Emily doesn’t have the exact same physique she had when she was 16 but she’s in good conditions. That much Alison knows. She carries like 8 more bags than Alison carries, when they get home after groceries. Emily mows the lawn — and that might be Alison’s new favorite thing to do on sunny days, because Emily wears practically nothing and she always gets really sweaty and hot and —

If it wasn’t enough confirmation for Alison to know how attracted she is to Emily Fields, she is certainly aware by the sudden and greater warmth between her legs.

It’s too hard to ignore now, she’s sure.

All of her being is just begging her to walk that 8 feet distance to Emily’s room; her body’s just aching for it because she hasn’t been able to erase what had happened almost a decade ago; the feeling of Emily’s warm skin on her, the brunette’s soft lips, her teasing tongue and the way she had whimpered when Alison had ran her nails through her back and —

“Fuck,” Alison groans, finally relenting and moving her hand to the waistband on her underwear, until she gives up on the thought instantly; her head falling back onto the pillow.

She wants Emily.

She wants her, Alison thinks as she rubs her eyes in frustration.

“You know what,” she says to herself as she sprints out of bed barefoot, “this is her problem too,” she mutters, marching decidedly to Emily’s room.

When she gets there, Alison opens the door in a blink, grateful that it didn’t wake up the brunette — because how exactly is she supposed to explain this current dilema — and stops dead on her track at the view.

Emily’s on her back; her worn out t-shirt riding up just a couple of inches short from her breasts to be exposed, and all Alison wants to do is touch and wow she hadn’t realized how close she was until she realizes she’s sitting by the edge of the bed and her hand is just an inch from the brunette’s tantalizing skin.

She touches, softly. Just a feather-like touch. Careful not to awake her. And then, she thinks, 'Maybe I don’t even have to humiliate myself to Emily.’

Maybe she’ll be good with just touching and taking in the brunette’s presence and then going back to her room, Alison thinks.

Yeah, that’ll work.

So Alison touches.

She runs her hands through Emily’s smooth legs - loving specially how the brunette hums contently when Alison reaches her thighs - and yeah, legs might be a dangerous territory. So she runs her hands up and down her toned arms, and her stomach - reveling on the taut muscles that flex when her hands go too high and she remembers how Emily’s always been ticklish in her belly so she stops that too, (also because Emily’s chest has always been a weakness of hers and she is not about to let Emily catch her fondling her while she sleeps, and— Oh, god. How creepy would that be).

Now aware of what the hell she was actually doing, Alison carefully stands up for her spot in Emily’s mattress and tip toes to the door.

It’s not when she hears a distinct, “Ali?,” coming from behind that she stops dead in her tracks.

This cannot be happening.

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Hey, honestly I’m kinda high rn and this was not meant to be to serious but if u guys like it and shit then yeah cool. (I might have written another part to it ?) Also idk send me shit to write about maybe ?

Also I haven’t watched the show since like season 5 so like sorry if it’s not accurate enough to what’s going on rn. I tried.

Don’t Watch It - Daniel

thank you for 300 followers! I always appreciate all of you reading my work! Anyways so I had like 500 ideas for this but it would be too long if I did it all so yeah…I HOPE YOU ENJOYYY

summary: Daniel being embarrassed that you watched his Wanna one teaser!!

  • “don’t watch it.”
  • he said
  • “your my girlfriend and you see me everyday! Plus that is mainly for my fans.”
  • he said
  • little did he know that you were hiding all your Daniel merch. 
  • oh yes 
  • his innisfree poster, yo-hi stuff, and more! You were secretly his #1 supporter. 
  • “I won’t watch if I swear!” 
  • since he was always busy though he couldn’t really try and stop you so 
  • as soon as it was uploaded you SPRINTED to your laptop and pounded on the keys looking for his teaser. 
  • you were the 145th viewer which sucks you weren’t the 1st (since daniel won 1st on pd101 and you were his gf you found it an obligation to at least get first on his videos) but it’s okay NEXT TIME!
  • so honestly after seeing the rudeness that Daniel did in his teaser you were ready to never let him live this down. 
  • you almost ran to the nearby store and found shirts that looked similar to the ones he was trying to pick between in the teaser. being the extra person you are you also bought that thing that was holding the sweaters. 
  • you went back to your home and started preparing your room to look EXACTLY like the room in the teaser. 
  • okay not exactly alike bc you would have to repaint your whole room and you weren’t that extra. 
  • so after that hardwork you went to the kitchen to get yourself some hard earned snacks. turning on the tv you kept on silently laughing to yourself. 
  • Daniel came back relatively early and just greeted you with a kiss on your cheek. Because like you were munching down on a mouthful of chips. 
  • “I’m so glad to just be home, I’m gonna go change.” 
  • He started taking off his sweater while retreating into the room. 
  • “What the….”
  • ALMOST bursting out into laughter you walked into the room giving him a clueless look. 
  • “What’s wrong Daniel?” 
  • He just turned around and gave you the weirdest look. 
  • “What are these?”
  • “OH, I think I remember you saying that wanted more sweaters. I saw both and thought it would look great on you!”
  • “Ohh that’s-”
  • “I only thought that AFTER watching your teaser though.”
  • Daniel’s face instantly started getting red.
  • “Y-You watched it?” 
  • He gave a cute embarrassed smile which wasn’t fair because you were expecting a funny reaction but here he was being cute. 
  • “Of course! I’m honestly so offended that you were okay with taking off your shirt in that teaser, you should’ve waited for at least your next comeback!” 
  • Daniel just sat down on the bed you two shared just taking it all in that you watched his teaser and then bought all this stuff just to tease him about it. 
  • “You actually watched it?”
  • “You were so scandalous Daniel, I cannot believe you right now. This isn’t the Daniel I know.” 
  • You shook your head in disappointment.   
  • “Daniel once again I can’t believe how cringe it was though like rlly you couldn’t choose?”
  • you continued your rambling, 
  • “The pink one obviously looked better on you! Your fans must be dying by now since you exposed your back with your BROAD SHOULDERSS” 
  • Daniel honestly wanted to sink into a hole and never come out because he knew that once you found something to make a joke about you wouldn’t stop until he asked you to. 

oKAY THIS wasn’t EXACTLY what I think you wanted anon buT i still really hope you like it! 

“You see, that was my wife who you decided to….Fuuuu-”

I drew @aizy-boy ’s genderbent version of Mr. James Reynolds, Jamie Reynolds.

Check out her animatics because she’s honestly so talented. I’ve been watching them non stop and I cannot get enough of them! 11/10 would recommend 👌🏽

I’m going to be honest now and this might surprise you but I’m not as mad as I thought I’d be. as long as jug is like “no bitch” and stops the kiss then I think I’m ok (if it goes somewhere else then I’ll be FUMING but let’s not get ahead of ourselves) bughead will bounce back, they are endgame and nobody will change that, and I really don’t think jug/toni sex is happening so let’s try not to panic about that for now.

overall, the episode was fantastically done, and that’s saying a lot coming from me because I’ve been starting to lose all interest in the show and I’ve been quite vocal about that. I’ve been genuinely worried that I was going to stop watching altogether. the acting was phenomenal this week, especially from lili - I was genuinely blown away, someone give this girl some awards. honestly, she’s KILLING IT. her portrayal of betty with this whole storyline is just fucking incredible.

I think the betty/black hood thing is interesting, the darkness and the drama, as heartbreaking as it is, has actually really hooked me this week. honestly, I hate the jughead and toni thing which is why I am praying that it doesn’t go anywhere else now and that he shuts her down. I HATED the kiss and I really don’t think it was necessary at all tbh, especially with how it’s now villainised toni. If they do pursue it further in some way then, yes, I will be singing a different tune next week because I think it’s a really bad move and I’m sorry but I absolutely cannot and will not watch it. also we need to stop calling jughead a cheat because he did not cheat. he’s heartbroken and he thinks betty wants nothing to do with him, so let’s just be a little mindful in that respect. he’s going through some SHIT.

BUT, without getting ahead of myself and without jumping the gun in regards to things that haven’t even happened yet and probably won’t happen; I think I just want to say that as a drama and as a thriller, they’ve done a good job this week. it was absolutely heart wrenching but actually pretty damn good. maybe I’m alone, but I genuinely do feel that way. of course, this could all change next week and I could be ready to give up on it altogether, but we’ll cross that bridge when we come to it.

also veronica and the pussycats beating up nick salvaged the episode to be honest, and he’s clearly got a lot more trouble to come, so let’s be thankful for that. lmao

I am honestly laughing so hard right now thinking about the utterly ridiculous events that unfolded at Sherlock’s family’s house at the end of The Final Problem. Like I cannot stop laughing just imagining some cartoon cronies hammering that 10 x 10 room together in the front yard and stapling pictures to the walls for dramatic effect while Sherlock just lies like a dead-ass tuna in the middle of it. You know those minions were watching from the bushes with binoculars like, “Damn good touch with the dog bowl, Stanley.” That entire scene was so ludicrously implausible that I cannot stop laughing at the absurdity of it all. Like did Euros shout commands at a team of stage hands with a megaphone to set that all up before she had her level ten psychotic break? Did they all zip-line from the walls of Sherrinford and barrel-roll right into the front yard with the stage props in their hands? How did they transport two grown-ass male bodies to the yard in that amount of time? Is Euros a licensed pilot as well as a criminal mastermind and movie director? Where were all of the cronies that helped her set it all up? Were they all posted up in Mr. and Mrs. Holmes’ bedroom watching The Great British Bake Off while Sherlock ran screaming through the yard? Did anyone think to go back for John’s feet in the well? The whole thing is such a fever-fuck, I’m wasted. 

Haikyuu!! Chapter 255: Discovery

Buahahahahahahaha. 

I KNEW IT!!!

GO TSUKKI!! 

Of course, he seizes it as a chance for revenge to stop the annoying oddball quick (and the oddball duo) he has to deal with daily.

Hahaha, and the freak duo get what he means with his words and expression (Hinata shudders in fear, Ukai is just amused). Honestly, these Karasuno first years give me life. (That reminds me to finish my first years fic, askflasjflaflahfajhlaskjd;asd;af;jd)

Another thing that caught my attention:

Akiteru’s small cameo even looks so sad that he cannot go watch his brother’s games. But what’s interesting is how well the others know his reaction to Tsukki’s excellent block (OMG, Akiteru is such a sweetheart and precious older brother). I wonder whether they often meet and hang out outside Karasuno matches as fellow Karasuno alumni and supporters, along with Ukai. After all, they seem to come up with the idea of Saeko with her Taiko group. I kinda want to be the fly on the wall to see whatever shenanigans they get to. Adults don’t mean anything when they’re with fellow adults.

Anyway, another prideful moment for Karasuno.

GO HINATA!!

This is what potential Tsukki has seen of Hinata, confirmed by Hoshiumi.

Remember how skeptical Ukai and Suga was when Hinata told them that he saw things in slow motion in the air? And yet? Tsukishima came to his own conclusion on his own, and even gave Hinata the opportunity to polish his spike in the training camp, in order to keep his skill sharp despite being a ball boy. Huh. Now I can understand Akiteru’s feeling, I feel like crying with him in pride for you, Tsukki. (And may I add that’s how I started to ship Tsukihina?)

Fuki, the All-Japan Boys’ Representative Coach makes an appearance, also an interesting observation about Hinata.

His words pretty much an echo of every coach’s observation and opinion of Hinata, that makes him ineligible for training camp. His value relied on Kageyama. Of course this makes a perfect segue to Hinata’s slowly but surely stepping out of Kageyama’s shadow.

Naturally, it’s Kageyama who realizes it first. After all, old Kageyama would have tried to give the easiest toss for Hinata to spike after repeated block out, not the best toss, which angered Hinata back then.

Honestly those scenes shows how much Kageyama, and Ukai trusts the team. Ukai understands his students very well. He even gives insight of what is going on Tsukishima’s mind. I’m putting this into my album of Ukai’s best coaching moments.

Still, I cannot really figure out Hinata’s expression. Definitely not calm, not disheartened, but… what?? It’s the strangest expression I’ve seen on him, as if he doesn’t quite know what to feel. Annoyance and admiration mixed together? But honestly, Hinata’s officially known as Kageyama’s partner by now. XDDD

The next chapter’s gonna be interesting now we’re closing in to the match point. Who’s gonna win the first set?

BONUS:

Daichi saves the day (again).

Karasuno really needs to up their defense, they shouldn’t let Daichi and Noya do all the work.

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STOP WHAT YOU'RE DOING AND WATCH THIS EDIT

Y'all if you a bangtan fan stop what you are doing and watch this edit. Honestly, it is the best fan video I have ever seen in my life from any fandom. The entire thing was literally like a movie and so phenomenally done. Fair warning for heartbreak though but so worth it. I’m not even lying when I say it looks so real and professionally done. I watched it hours ago and I’m still in awe. My words cannot fully express my feelings on this.

Welcome to Hell 2/6

Fandom: Teen Wolf.

Pairing: Theo x Liam.

Summary: Theo accidentally murders his entire family and then kills himself. After winding up in Hell, the Devil offers Theo a job: get Liam Dunbar to kill himself. The only problem, Theo finds himself becoming attracted to his target. Based on the animated YouTube video “Welcome to Hell.” I would highly recommend watching that video before reading this. You won’t regret it, that video is gold. 


Quick note: this story doesn’t really follow the normal Teen Wolf timeline. I honestly don’t know where exactly it fits in. I’m using Miss Martin as the principal of BHHS in this chapter (because I don’t know the names of any former principals) and Miss Monroe as the guidance counselor (Also because I cannot remember the names of any previous guidance counselors. However, she is not an evil hunter in this story, she’s just a normal guidance counselor).


Waiting at the bus stop, Liam hoped it would be an uneventful day. He thought about the events of the day before. There had been a kid following him the entire day at school. He had no idea who he was, but he looked oddly familiar. The kid did not say a word to him the entire day. Liam wanted to ask him what his deal was, but he decided to just ignore him instead. He hoped whoever was following him yesterday would leave him alone today.

Liam spoke too soon. To his dismay, the same person that was following him the day before appeared next to him at the bus stop. Liam just sighed and decided to ignore the stranger again.

When he got to school, Liam met up with his friends Mason and Corey. He was surprised that they never mentioned anything about his shadow.

“Ugh, this dude’s been following me since yesterday. I don’t know what to do about him, he’s starting to creep me out,” he whispered to his friends.

“Is he still following you now? I don’t see anyone suspicious. You’re probably just paranoid,” Mason responded.

“Yes, he’s still following me! He’s standing right over there,” Liam said, trying to gesture at the stranger without being too obvious. Mason and Corey both looked at where Liam had gestured. “So much for being subtle,” Liam thought.

“Liam, there’s no one there,” Corey said.

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cherry-red-kiss  asked:

Honestly, I know it's been a year, but the longer from the movie the angrier I get. It's such bullshit, and lazy writing. I went into the film being the biggest Cap fan, but the second time I watched it, everything fell into place and I lost my mind. I cannot believe people consider Tony the bad guy. Like, did we watch the same movie?!! I honestly could rant forever. My friends find it interesting, but they aren't as invested. Like honestly, I just need bitter friends.

I just get so angry because Tony spends the whole entire movie trying to help team Cap. He’s trying to stop them before Ross sends a kill squad, he’s trying to help them when he realizes that there is another threat, he’s trying to be held accountable for his actions. He’s just trying so hard dude, and I can’t understand why people hate him for it. 

…hand holding with Jane unconsciously tracing his wedding ring and Kurt watching mesmerized until she realizes what she’s doing and stops, whispering an apology, but he urges not to stop because he misses that too?
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@kate-dammit-run Need this now. But it will kill me.

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mother! (2017) Review

What the actual f……….

Plot: A couple’s relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their tranquil existence.

It’s kind of difficult for me to talk about this movie, as a lot of what I could say would somehow spoil it. This film works best when you walk into it not knowing anything. Because then you have the full surprise factor at your hands and you are given this puzzle that you slowly begin to unravel until by the end of the film you either solve it or have even less of a clue of what’s going on than you had before you watched the film. But that’s just the risk you’ll have to take, as I am going to be as vague as possible in this review and only comment on aspects that I don’t really consider to be a spoiler.

Let’s talk about the cinematography. Darren Aronofsky is a great filmmaker who always strives to make controversial but gorgeous looking films. Even with his weakest movie ‘Noah’, with all it flaws you cannot deny that that movie looked gorgeous. With ‘mother!’ there is no grand spectacle of the style of ‘Noah’, as the whole film feels very confined as it is all set in this one house, however Aronofsky still manages to experiment with the camera here, as for mostly the whole movie the camera spends either facing Jennifer Lawrence’s character or showing us everything from her perspective. Which means if you are not a fan of Lawrence, this might be an issue for you as you spend the entirety of the movie with her. And in all fairness to her, she stays strongly in character all the time and does a great job at portraying how we the audience felt. As in she didn’t know what the hell was happening around her, and neither did we in the audience. So in some ways you could say that we the audience are a part of the film, and that we are one with Jennifer Lawrence’s character. We are experiencing this just as much as she is.

The performances are all great. As I already said, Jennifer Lawrence is on camera pretty much all the time, and she does a solid job leading this film. Javier Bardem was great as her husband who has come to a creative writer’s block of sorts, and is desperately in need of inspiration to create his next masterpiece. He definitely delivered on the level of passion, as you could really see how much he cared for his work, at times even more than for his wife. Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer play the mysterious guests (both giving strong calibre performances also) that show up at Lawrence’s and Bardem’s house and begin to be a little intrusive, then more people start showing up and then eventually Darren Aronofsky goes full on crazy. And by crazy I mean that the third act of this film is simply bonkers. That is kind of the main issue with this film. The first two thirds of this film are paced really nicely, with us slowly gathering the pieces together whilst still being creeped out by the general vibe of the situation and the way some characters act. But then the third act comes in, and then for one it just feels like we are watching a completely different film then, and secondly so much crazy things happen that you feel like the studio went and told Aronofsky “you cannot add more than 30 minutes to your film, however for those added 30 minutes you get an unlimited budget and our support”. Which Aronofsky embraces to the full and just goes completely nuts showing us non stop shocking imagery in those final 30 minutes that honestly I have to say was too much. I get what he was trying to go for, but the first two thirds of the film did such a great job at building up that metaphor anyway that the final act didn’t need to go that mental. Something big should have happened, yes, but not to this extent. It took me out of the film completely and made me feel rather unpleasant. Which is what Aronofsky probably wanted, but I don’t think that’s the way he should have gone about it.

Again, I’m not going to spoil much, but ‘mother!’’s plot is a metaphor for a certain thing, with each character being a representation of a certain something. Mostly I admired the metaphor, but at times I feel like Aronofsky let his ego get the better of him. Also, this being a metaphor and all I get why some characters did certain things, but in context of this story it did feel a bit weird. Like for example Javier Bardem’s character tends to be very forgiving in this film, and there’s a reason for it, but some of the things he forgave and so many things that he could have avoided so easily make him look a little dumb. Which sort of gives you an idea on what stance Darren Aronofsky has on this matter, but I think that that could have been worked on better for the context of the story. I know that I’m not making much sense, but if you watch the film and then re-read this paragraph again you’ll understand what I’m talking about.

‘mother!’ is a special kind of film. It’s not one I’d want to watch again, but I think it has some powerful stuff going for it, and the first two acts are spectacular, however the film is severely ruined by its third final act. But for the direction, the performances, the cinematography and if you just feel like you want to be weirded the hell out, this movie is definitely worth seeing. Also, look out for a few small cameos!

Overall score: 7/10

TOP MOVIE QUOTE: “I create, that’s what I do.”