i really shouldn't tag

Its wild how the Voltron shipping fandoms go batshit crazy over the unconfirmed ages of the characters. Keyword being unconfirmed.

Shiro is the oldest and not a teen, but I can only imagine him being 18 or 19. The rest of the paladins we know are teens, so I’d put them anywhere from 15 to 17. Apparently it’s the biggest god damn sin to ship Shiro with a paladin (even tho I openly ship Sheith bc idgaf) so people would rather ship Shallura instead. Oh but wait, apparently Allura is now a teen too? So now the shipping fandoms are all going crazy. Wow.

Here’s an idea, maybe an 18 or 19 year old going out with a 15 to 17 year old isn’t the worst thing in the world?? Plus I mean shipping minors together and involving them in smut isn’t the best idea either so no matter which path you take it’s still problematic.

Oh and just a reminder that its fiction, so it literally doesn’t matter to begin with. They’re fictional characters, there’s no need to go batshit crazy about shipping something that’s slightly problematic. Just ship what you want and don’t let anyone shame you for shipping what you want.

“Don’t you think Happily Ever After is a cliche theme for a wedding?”

“We’re best friends that fell in love, our whole love story is cliche, Jemma”

“Ugh, Fitz”

anonymous asked:

hey dude that anon from earlier is wrong, the yellow power ranger isn't queerbait, it's already been confirmed they're gonna explore her sexuality better in sequels. she doesn't really say it out loud in the movie because she's still a tiny teen who's confused about who she is, but she is indeed queer!! it makes me sad when people call it queerbaiting because they don't watch the movie and make it harder for it to get a sequel and power rangers is so diverse and has tons of potential :'(

Ahhh, yeah, hearsay can be a tricky thing.  Thanks for the info!  I definitely want to see it before it leave the theaters then.  I didn’t know they were making sequels as well.  I haven’t watched Power Rangers since I was super little and I was in love with the Pink Ranger.  (GO SUSIE Q!) 

Do you guys ever go through a post-story depression? Those weird mixed feelings you have after you finish a TV show, book, or really good movie. And to call it a depression doesn’t quite fit because it isn’t all bad? 

You are incredibly happy that you exist in the same world and at the time where you had the ability to see/read this amazing creation. It is one of the most amazing things you have ever been able to experience. 

But… that scares you. You wonder if anything will ever be as amazing as that. If anyone will be able to come close to that kind of wonder. And suddenly you feel really small and weighted down.  Like, even you probably wouldn’t be able to create something anywhere near that level of awesomeness.

Or is that just me?

“Here’s what I know about Dean Winchester”

> final version

Being on mobile for this case is cool because my information is being relayed and the task force doesn’t really notice me because I’m behind the scenes…but it’s also annoying because half the leads involve being on a computer and my breakthroughs could get overlooked in some cases…whatever I’ll suffer anyway.

I was tagged by @misscrazyfangirl321

Rules: Tell your followers 11 random facts about you and tag 11 other people in return. The facts can be absolutely anything, whatever springs to mind.

1. I collect duct tape. Like, I have two large tote bags filled of rolls.

2. I sleep with four blankets, 8 sheets and a comforter on my bed, all year. I like to be snuggled up and warm.

3. I have to brothers, three sisters and two step sisters. Though I don’t talk to my step sisters.

4. I keep holiday decorations up in my room all year round.

5. I wear a Celtic knot ring on my left thumb and I rarely take it off. It’s my security blanket.

6. I’ve been the same height since I was 12. (5 foot even.)

7. Before starting high school, I shaved all my hair but a small patch at the front, so I would still have hair to hide behind.

8. I still have my very first stuffed animal from when i was 3. It’s a stuffed Saint Bernard, named Murphy after my actual childhood dog, a Saint Bernard, he was huge and fluffy and the calmest dog I’ve ever known.

9. I once rain over my grandma’s mailbox. (My family has never let me live it down.)

10. I hate my birthday (I’ll be spending all day tomorrow locked away until I need to make an appearance at my grandma’s for the family dinner.)

11. I was pierced my ear in the middle of an algebra class to freak out the asshole sitting behind me. I did and it was amazing.

I’m tagging: @mockingbird-22, @randomingoftherandomness, @tabihe, @pansexual-fandom-queen, @katyakora, @airydoorway, @the-softest-of-epilogues, @pheuthe, @midgardian-lokidottir, @wacheypena and @coldflashwave-baby.
But as always, no one has to do this, and if you don’t want to or would like to be tagged for stuff, just let me know.


  ‘cause i ain’t sticking around long:  a  f a n m i x  f o r  n i c k

  “Name’s Nick,

  but don’t bother learning it.”



Here’s that video I said I was working on eons ago. It’s trash I’m sorry.

Yuuya is such a good performer though, he plays to the audience so well and makes it look like Action Dueling is the easiest and most delightful thing in the world and I love him so much

He’s good at dueling in a way the other protagonists didn’t work to be - they could put on a good show, sure, but their duels were entertaining to watch because of their tactics and their witty protagonist banter. Yuuya’s duels are legitimate performances - he has to concentrate on the game and on how he’s playing it, whether he’s gesturing dramatically enough to be seen in the stands, whether he’s delivering his witty comebacks to his opponent or to the spectators, whether that Trap he just activated was interesting enough. He’s essentially playing two games at once and he’s really good at both of them.

Yeah, he’s about 50/50 when it comes to winning duels, and it’s great to have another protagonist who doesn’t just spit out wins like they’re nothing, but he’s essentially dueling with only half his mind on the cards. (And I wouldn’t be at all surprised if some of those losses were intentional, because it was more dramatic, or because he doesn't want the unbeatable champion role.) 

The way his entire being just changes when he shifts from normal duelist mode to entertainer mode is incredible. Even when he’s upset, even when he’s in a really stressful situation, his face lights up and he pulls himself upright and he throws everything he has at the audience, because these duels aren’t for him, they’re for everyone else.

I love her voice!

anonymous asked:

Could you post the art description for "Triskaidekaphobia"? Because reasons.

This was a fun one. All the credit for this goes to Willian Murai and Willian’s art director on this, Jeremy Jarvis, who wrote the art description:


Color: Black spell

Location: Inside a villager’s kitchen

Action: This represents the superstitious fear of the number 13 (which is not a superstition here on Innistrad, it is very real). We want to see the inside of a kitchen with an open window fairly central in the scene. We want several instances of 13 to be viewable within the scene to observant players, but the most notable one is that there are long cracks running across the walls which have 13 small rivulets of blood coming from them (the 13th is just starting to bleed). Also, there is a stack of 13 plates in a cupboard, 13 spoons somewhere, maybe 13 beetles on the counter. Through the open window we can see a villager fleeing from the kitchen toward the woods in the distance.

Focus: The scene, the 13 rivulets from the bleeding walls most prominently, then everything else secondarily.

Mood: Whatever-the-hell might be in the woods, this dude read the signs and his own kitchen is worse.

Triskaidekaphobia art by Willian Murai