i loooooove their relationship so much

Every Miraculous Ladybug Episode Ever
  • *opening theme*
  • *Marinette does something clumsy while talking about how much she looooooves Adrien*
  • Her hot friend who should be a main character: You should tell him you like him!
  • Marinette: OMG NO BECAUSE OF REASONS
  • Adrien, conveniently nearby: lol, I'm hot and so is that Ladybug chick. We know nothing about each other and routinely lie to each other and our closest friends. That's a solid premise for a relationship if I ever heard one!
  • Someone, somewhere in Paris: *experiences a single moment of negativity, no matter how petty or temporary*
  • HAWKDUDE: HELLO NAUGHTY CHILDREN, IT'S AKUMA TIME
  • Evil Villian: Hello, I am Ridiculous Name von Badfic. Prepare to be minorly inconvenienced!
  • *recycled animation sequences*
  • Chat Noir: M'LADY.
  • Ladybug: my life is a dumpster fire
  • Chat Noir: *terrible puns*
  • Ladybug: I'm rethinking every decision I've ever made.
  • HAWKGUY: This time my plan is sure to work even though it never has before and I keep doing the same thing over and over!
  • *fighting*
  • Ladybug: LUCKY CHARM *gets a random object* LOL WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DO WITH THIS?
  • *thinly veiled use for the item appears*
  • Ladybug: Gotcha! *recycled animation sequences* No more evil doing for you, little akuma.
  • Chat Noir: So Ladybug you wanna f--
  • Ladybug: LOL BYE
  • *credits roll*

anonymous asked:

i love reading narry fanfics, can you recommend a few? help a girl out please!


ooohhh I have read sooo many (you’ll see what I mean after you read this entire ask), this might be long, take a seat

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anonymous asked:

I just read your Team 7 ship vs NaruHina post and I'm currently in a NaruGaa drive (xD), so what do you think about the ship? One of the many ships I felt would have made an amazing end pairing for Naruto~! <3 (I'm prepared to have my heart potentially crushed to hear your opinion!)

I loooooove this ship so much. It was actually my Naruto Uzumaki OTP for a while but the fandom is inactive so it’s hard to ship it. They have such a nice aesthetic with the red tones making them look like the personification of summer and autumn and they are SO compatible and balance each other out. They also have an amazing, strong and healthy relationship in canon. Naruto is so bi for gaara tbh like he literally blushed when he was about to hold his hand?? And gaara literaLLY allied FIVE NATIONS to protect naruto. Honestly just thinking of how Naruto cried when he thought Gaara was dead and went all crazy makes me wonder if i’m supposed to buy this nh crap why didn’t naruto react this way to hyeena’s ass being taken to the literal moon?? Naruto SAVED gaara because they had so many things in common. gaara wanted to change because he was inspired by naruto, naruto realized hakus words..they inspire each other to grow and be better. Gaara was created as Naruto’s perfect foil and it’s really cool how they are so alike but also so different. They would have made PERFECT hokage husbands. But as shonen series are usually heteronormative, a str8 naruto ending was needed. My perfect ending would be SS and NG but well??? no such luck. Thank you for the ask!! I always wanted more NG asks ahhh.

Santa Olivia by Jacqueline Carey 

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Loup Garron was born and raised in Santa Olivia, an isolated, disenfranchised town next to a US military base inside a DMZ buffer zone between Texas and Mexico. A fugitive “Wolf-Man” who had a love affair with a local woman, Loup’s father was one of a group of men genetically-manipulated and used by the US government as a weapon. The “Wolf-Men” were engineered to have superhuman strength, speed, sensory capability, stamina, and a total lack of fear, and Loup, named for and sharing her father’s wolf-like qualities, is marked as an outsider.

After her mother dies, Loup goes to live among the misfit orphans at the parish church, where they seethe from the injustices visited upon the locals by the soldiers. Eventually, the orphans find an outlet for their frustrations: They form a vigilante group to support Loup Garron who, costumed as their patron saint, Santa Olivia, uses her special abilities to avenge the town.

Aware that she could lose her freedom, and possibly her life, Loup is determined to fight to redress the wrongs her community has suffered. And like the reincarnation of their patron saint, she will bring hope to all of Santa Olivia.

Thoughts: 

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okay, so i have some thoughts on jack’s character design.

so, it’s no surprise that the characters at the beginning of the comic look a little different then they were eventually developed to be. that’s a natural occurrence of an artist drawing a character over and over until it’s exactly “right,” not to mention the fact that everyone is about two years older than at the start of the comic.
(i can’t add pictures to this because i’m on mobile, but i really wish i could.)

now, like i said, all the characters look a little different at the beginning, but here’s the thing: they’re all very recognizable. holster’s face got a little different, but he’s still definitely holster from the first comic to the most recent. same with ransom, same with shitty, same with all the frogs when they were introduced.

but then we have jack.

jack is the only character in the comic who looks pretty much completely different from his introduction. seriously, go back to the beginning. when we first meet thim, he’s literally hidden in darkness and shadows. his eyes are icy. his face is almost triangular. everything about him screams “harsh” “sharp” “unfriendly” “do not touch.”

now, remember, this story is getting told from bitty’s point of view. when bitty first meets jack, he’s convinced that he hates him. but as his opinions of jack, change, so does jack. seriously, go through and look. when the smh team is getting food (i believe it’s before the yale game, that time with the sports analysts on tv) and jack and bitty are being friendly (“i don’t drink much, and definitely not at Haus parties”), jack is…softer. his face is somewhat squarer, it’s drawn lighter. when bitty gets concussed, but forgives jack and votes for him for captain anyway, and then in the next comic (“goodbye for the summer,” marking the end of year 1) when jack has a nice (if chirping) goodbye with bitty, he’s MUCH closer to how we see him now, softer, friendlier.

this trend continues throughout year 2, as well. i’d say around the time that bitty and jack are baking together and jack gets covered in flour, jack finally looks completely like we know him now. his eyes are much warmer, is jaw isn’t so harsh and pointy. and you know what i think is the reason why?

because this is when bitty realizes he has feelings for jack. he’s that much softer-seeming to him, because bitty’s viewing him through a much softer lens.

finally, let’s just take a moment to look at our last few comics. jack’s so Soft and In Love. he’s damn radiant. his eyes aren’t icebergs, they’re swimming pools (full of looOoOove). everyone else looks almost the same, because bitty’s relationships with them have stayed fairly consistent, but jack looks so much kinder than he did at the start.

of course, this could all be a complete coincidence as ngozi played with and adjusted her style and character design throughout the past few years. but don’t you guys think that’s cool?

have you ever loved someone so much that even the thought of them can make you smile?? and even your silliest conversations make your entire day?? this person is the whole world to you, and it’s amazing. if you haven’t had this I hope you get the opportunity because wow I am in love with being in love!!!!

highfemmetahani  asked:

hi I've returned from the pits of hell to say hello Zelma-who-is-named-after-their-awesome-grandmother, talk queer shakespeare to me. also, I've officially got two friends stuck on Mercutio/Romeo.

Damn girl.  “Talk queer Shakespeare to me” is the best thing anyone can say to me.

Where shall I begin? 

I can talk about popular conventions in the playing of certain characters - how Richard II, with his beautiful florid speeches and love of beauty, is often played gay.  We can discuss the unfortunate implications when we consider his ineptitude as a king - and how it doubles back into human sympathy when he becomes a vulnerable human figure and you’re left unsure who was right.

I can talk about the plays in which a queer reading is all but mandatory in order to make the play make sense.  Why is Antonio so sad at the start of Merchant of Venice?  English professors argue endlessly about this.

But when taken as a piece of structured drama: a scene starts with “Guys lay off.  I don’t know why I’m sad” “maybe you’re in loooooove” and ends with the entrance a dear young man who says, “You’re the best, I love you so much, can you lend me a couple thou so I can marry this lady?” the more dramatic choice to play is clear.  (I could do a blow by blow analysis of this scene, and the whole play, actually.)

If incest is your thing, Shakespeare has got you covered!  The evil siblings Chiron and Demetrius from Titus Andronicus have no problem sharing Lavinia, and though not supported by much in the text, they are often played as having a very, very close sibling relationship.

Or - though it is never played this way as far as I’ve ever seen - we can talk about the sexual implications in King Lear when Edmund the bastard son promises to top the legitimate half brother Edgar.

I could talk about queer interpretations that have become popular despite limited support in the text, such as Horatio & Hamlet, and Romeo & Mercutio, and why that might be.

If you like the ladies, unfortunately there’s not much there.  There just aren’t a lot women in Shakespeare (hard to cast in his day), and even fewer that interact.  

However, the ladies that he did write, were written really, really well.  And the complex relationships formed by the women who cross dress are worthy of an entire other post.

Both Rosalind and Viola find themselves the object of erotically charged female attention while disguised as boys, and their respective love interests get to know them as men before they know them as women (which is a separate tangent that says more about Elizabethan gender roles than it says about queerness)

He also wrote some really incredible female friendships, Like Rosalind & Celia of As You Like It, and Helena & Hermia of Midsummer.  While these relationships are not particularly queer, there are some lines that are clearly meant to have some sapphic implications for the amusement of the groundlings (“Like to a double cherry” anybody?).

I can talk about the historicity of Shakespearean queerness.  Everyone knows that all the female roles in Shakespeare’s day were played by young men, but consider how it must have felt as an Elizabethan queer person to watch two men speak such beautiful erotic language to each other, and kiss onstage.  How quietly, privately revolutionary that must have felt to those people in the audience.

Shakespeare himself was very probably bisexual, and even if he wasn’t, he would have been in contact with quite a few gay and otherwise queer folks in his time - being in the arts, and just being a human.  At the very least, as a great observer of human behavior, it strains the imagination to think that Shakespeare never wrote a queer character, intentionally or no.

Wow.  I love you for asking me this.  I could talk queer Shakespeare all day and all night.  damn.