i should have made this bigger

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Ok THIS is important!

You see that flower? Jasper has the same flower on her suit in a drawing made by the Crewniverse some time ago.

That flower is called a hollyhock.

Hollyhocks symbolize four things: ambition, fertility, rebirth, and healing.

HEALING.

Jasper will return. We just have to wait for her a little longer.

Now onto the picture with Jasper and Peridot. Now this picture could easily be fake do to Jasper’s corrupted form being much bigger than that. She should be the same size of the van, if not bigger. That’s what originally led me to believe that this was fake.

But then I remembered Centipeedle.

When she had reformed for the first time, she was much smaller than she was before. So maybe (just maybe) this is a result of her being reformed.

So my lock screen collage was much better well received than I was expecting so, since so many of you liked it and since it is a certain Mr. Scientia’s birthday ‘today’ (an hour off in my timezone but its the 7th elsewhere in the world rn so who the fuck cares  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯) I am sharing my non-lock screened version for all of y’all because everyone needs a beautiful phone to wake up to in the morning. 

Tumblr is probably going to bollocks up the picture so here is an imgur link to it.  It was made for iPhone 7 plus resolution (1080x1920) so it should scale to any other size nicely.  

Since it didn’t take half as long as I expected I am also tempted to do one for my ipad so they can match once I have had the chance to get onto my platstation and rummage for even more screenshots for the bigger size (ahahaha i say this like I might not have enough ahahahahahaha I have enough to sink the titanic all over again….) If I do you can be sure I will share that as well o/

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The Lord be with you.”
“And with your spirit.”
“Go in peace.”
“Thanks be to God.”

I think even if I had fallen asleep, my mouth could automatically keep up with what to say. I didn’t particularly care to go to Mass, but my family had always gone to the midnight service so I went.

Mark had come with Roman and kept throwing looks my way that I had wisely decided to ignore. My brother had told me that when he came in that night after he’d picked me up at Gene’s, he started to ask questions about Yulian – what he did for a living, where his apartment was, what sort of car he drove, anything to have some idea of how to spot him. I, for obvious reasons, wasn’t going to be forthcoming with that information either. I wondered if he had any idea that my Uncle Luke, who was sitting almost directly behind him, was one of the area bosses.

Normally I’d find this situation funny but after everything this past month, I felt drained. It also didn’t help that I got to see all my siblings with their significant others while I was alone. Javier came in with Marisol, who was pregnant with twins and about to pop. Stupid Rosalia was having another baby with Damian, this time a girl. Roman was with Mark and Elena had come in her fiancé, Victor. My mother looked so happy while she escorted my soon to be brother-in-law around the church to meet the entire family.

I got up to leave when Roman lightly put his hand on my arm, “There’s a package for you in your room, try it on and let me know how it fits.”

“You got me clothes?”

“Not me,” he answered cryptically and went to join his boyfriend who was seeming to get along famously with Victor and my father.

I nodded to acknowledge my Uncle as I walked out to the car Celia and I had rented. If I was lucky, everyone would go out for coffee and I’d have the entire house to myself for an hour or two. That’d give me some time to bathe in a tub that had more than enough space for a single person and didn’t have rust spots showing through its enamel.

I saw the boxes when I entered my old room, one very large with Roman’s boutique logo on it and a shoe box. I opened the shoe box first and found a pair of black, red-bottomed stilettos. The other had a black satin and lace dress with a card inside – If you don’t like this, blame Roman. YV  

I laid back on my bed, staring at the ceiling. I didn’t want to feel jealous of my brothers and sisters, but I couldn’t really help feeling that way at the moment. I hadn’t expected to see Gene at all today and it messed with me – it felt too good to be pulled by him, his low voice, the warmth of his breath against my neck…

I stood up and paced around my room a few times. I stared at my phone charging beside my computer and reached for it only to pull back my hand as if I had been burned – I would not call him. What the fuck is the matter with me?! I resumed my pacing, this time my gaze landing on the two boxes. I could call Volkov – there wasn’t any feelings tied up there, and some no-strings-attached attention could probably pull me out of this mood.

I grabbed my phone, this time entering Yulian’s number;

               What’s the dress for?

If you have trouble reading small fonts on Tumblr, listen up!

Hello friends! I thought I could contribute with a feature I didn’t know existed until recently and might help for those who have trouble reading small text (as a glasses wearer, I empathise) 

In Google Chrome, you can set a minimum font and the browser will encode your web pages to fit this. I’ve been doing this for custom fonts, but just noticed the size feature. 

  • Go to chrome://settings/
  • Scroll to the bottom 
  • Click on Show advanced settings
  • Scroll to the heading Web content
  • Click customize fonts
  • Find the minimum font size section and adjust! Default is 6px

In the image, I have set mine to 11px. This affects my Tumblr dashboard as well as other websites. Once I got to 14px, it made ‘small’ dashboard text the same size as normal text. 

Please note that making your font bigger might affect some formatting things as @hailthehelpful​‘s post talks about. 

So while everyone should be making their themes accessible, this is a nice remedy until the 6px nonsense stops :-) Reblog if you found this useful! I’m not sure how many people know about this

EDIT: Making complete sense, this will also work with chromium-based browsers (e.g. Opera) - kudos to @the-fires-dead 

EDIT: If you have Firefox browser, you can do the same thing - kudos to @ordoachao

this scene^^

“I was almost to my bedroom door when Rhysand drawled from behind me, 

“We can use your room if you like, but … ” He was leaning against his open bedroom door. “Either your room or mine—but we’re sharing one from now on. Just tell me whether I should move my clothes or yours. If that’s all right with you.” 

 “Don’t you—you don’t want your own space?” “No,” he said baldly. “Unless you do. I need you protecting me from our enemies with your water-wolves.” I snorted. He’d made me tell him that part of my tale over and over. I jerked my chin toward his bedroom. “Your bed is bigger.”

 And that was that.“ 

 Okay so this was one of my favorite scenes because after Tamlin she was used to giving him space and them still having separate rooms and this just comes as such of a shock to her and all he wants is to be with her all the time because she’s his MATE and he’s like I don’t want space I was you and MY SMOL BABY RHYS IS JUST AALFKKDJDKHSUEJDNO

MANEATER

Guys. There’s a Hannibal/Jaws fic by @redfivewritingby.

Idk, that just made me super happy so I drew a quick little thing based on one of my favorite shots in the movie. My only regret is that Hannibal’s ridiculous sunhat should have been bigger and floppier.

Am i posting a ship manifesto for something that does not exist, no one ever discusses, and is completely made up in my mind? WHY YES I AM.

I’ve been waiting for someone else to do this but it seems I’m the only one driving this thing and I feel that should train so grab your bags, people and hop on board, the Crazy Train is leaving the station.

I’m going to preface this by saying I’m a big Jack/Anne shipper and an even bigger Jack/Anne/Max shipper. I love the three of them together, and Jack just loves Anne so much and I love Jack and I feel bad when he gets excluded. And Jack and Max have such an amazing, catty, competitive relationship that I think could develop into real affection and fondness for each other. PLUS Anne should get as much loving as she can. So. That ot3 is still my number one.

THAT BEING SAID, season 3 did not end with the lovely ladies together and I honestly can’t tell what’s happening with them in season 4. I have hopes, but who knows. So if it doesn’t look like it’s going that way, I have another proposition for y’all.

Because THIS WOMAN

Originally posted by awbuckyno

Needs love. Nay. DESERVES IT. She’s been through so much and come out on top and she deserves a stable, committed relationship with a woman who is just as strong as she is.

Oh, look, I found one.

Originally posted by jamesemcgraw

Now. I never understand when people ship characters who have NEVER EVEN MET. BUT LET ME EXPLAIN.

Three reasons why Max and Madi being season 4 endgame would be amazing:

FIRST REASON: Like I said, they are so alike. They’re both QUEENS, first of all, and neither are rulers who are looking after themselves. They care about what and who they rule over, it’s not just about power with them (i mean, they’re both wanting power, and like what they have, but they aren’t cruel tyrants). They’d respect the hell out what the other has accomplished, and both understand the importance of collaboration. So I hope IF they do meet there’s no senseless power struggle over Nassau (power SNUGGLES on the other hand….) I’d see Max running the town and the shipments the way Eleanor used to, and Madi running the fort and protecting the area like a proper General, and live together as wife and wife running their island into glorious victory.

SECOND REASON: There have been four main M/F couples on this show, and if Max can STEAL YO GIRL in all of them I would die so, so happy (*casually drops headcanon that in the ten years pre-show when Miranda when stuck inland while Flint was out pirating, she was filled with so much fury and loneliness that she would go into Nassau to do something stupid but Max intercepted because she could tell Miranda was a good, hurting woman who needed honest, passionate love in her life and Max was all too happy to oblige* oh dear I seem to have dropped something, would anyone like to pick that up and write it for me?)

THIRD REASON: their ship name would be MadMax. Like. Come on, people.

@ Starz, make it so

I made a design for a classy Mettaton in your musical! What do you guys think?

If you can’t read the text:
Dimensions all depend on the actor, so it’s how wide the shoulder pads are by height of the actor above hips + 6" by width of the actor + 3" on either side.

- The screen should be made of slightly transparent fabric so the actor can see

-The arm and waist holes shouldn’t be too much bigger than the actor.

-The wheel hangs loose from the bottom of the frame

-The actors legs are showing, but they should be wearing black leggings and black socks. That way they can also slip on the pink heels when they transform.

-The frame is supported by suspenders. Make sure the material the frame is made of is LIGHT, or they’re going to have a sore back!

-The outfits strap on with Velcro to the back, for easy quick changes. Just wrap ‘em and strap 'em!

Sorry this got so wordy, I just wanted to share it with you! I love your musical and can’t wait to see the whole thing!

WHY YOU SHOULD START FROM S1

if you’re just starting skam and are thinking about watching from season three but have the time to watch the other two seasons first then i HIGHLY recommend it! i finally got around to watching the first season today and i know now that if i had watched it first, then all the things going on with isak in season three would have made a MUCH bigger impact on me.

i say this because you can really see how quirky and open isak used to be- before the problems with his mom and his living arrangements and then his sexuality changed him. i don’t think it’s much of a spoiler if you’ve watched season three, but isak before he began to isolate himself was so… different. he talked to jonas and eva constantly, and when his dad left, he wanted jonas and eva to be there for him.

isak in season three, even in the beginning, is so much more reserved, defensive and afraid behind that facade of what he thinks people want him to be, than he was in season one. and unfortunately, i watched the whole season thinking that that was just how tarjei’s character was. people change throughout high school, especially after the first year, but isak’s is so drastic (though we do see glimpses of it especially when he’s with sana and even) that it would be a damn shame if anyone else had to miss out on that evolution like i and many others did.

so watch it! i can vouch for at least the first season (the second too, soon!) that the lessons they teach are absolutely mind blowing, and the characters are so much more than what they’re shown to be in their little screen time during season three. also, N O O R A . need i say more?

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I got bored and made this to go along with my Aqours + Pokemon AU headcanon. All the girls and their main partner Pokemon!!

All of the Pokemon should be more or less to scale, but there might be a few little hiccups here and there. I’m pretty sure Steelix is even bigger than that, but I had to compromise so that the third years and their other mons could actually be visible and not tiny specks haha.

Anyways, I have a lot of fun doing stuff like this. I’m hoping to do more with this headcanon because it was a lot of fun to develop!!

Epic Movie (Re)Watch #113 - Groundhog Day

Spoilers Below

Have I seen it before: Yes

Did I like it then: Yes.

Do I remember it: Yes.

Did I see it in theaters: No.

Format: DVD

1) This film is a holiday classic associated with one of the less popular American holidays out there. Hell, this film probably made Feb. 2nd an even bigger deal than it was before.

2) The first thing we experience as an audience member of George Fenton’s quirky score over the opening credits. Fenton’s music I think is one of the more underrated aspects of the film as there is a lot of range to this particular score. There is the quirky comedy music, the kinda faster actiony stuff, but my favorite part is the romantic score featured in this film. You should give the soundtrack a listen if you have the opportunity, it’s pretty damn good.

3) Bill Murray as Phil Connors.

Originally posted by gifhogday

Director Harold Ramis, who frequently collaborated with Murray (mostly notably in the two Ghostbusters films) originally wanted Tom Hanks to play Phil but thought he was, “too nice,” and hired Murray instead. That’s great for us as the audience, because the role is one of Murray’s best. He is able to believably take us through this journey of character, playing the lovable but jerky Phil in the beginning with just as much believability as the guy who’s actually trying to do some good at the end. Murray’s improv is on full display with the film and that helps with the reality of his character.

Unfortunately, this would be the last film Murray and Ramis would collaborate on. An ongoing debate between whether the film should be more dramatic (Murray’s stance) or comedic (Ramis’ stance) was a contributing factor. As well as this, according to IMDb:

Bill Murray was undergoing a divorce at the time of filming and was obsessing about the film. He would ring Harold Ramis constantly, often in the early hours of the morning. Ramis eventually sent writer Danny Rubin to sit with Murray and iron out all his anxieties, one of the reasons why Murray stopped speaking to Ramis for several years.

I don’t know if they ironed out their issues before Ramis’ untimely death in 2014, but I hope so.

4) Chris Elliott as Larry.

This is probably Elliott’s most famous role, which is saying something considering he’s mostly the comedic camera man who’s tired of Phil’s bull. But Elliott’s performance makes it funny and memorable, delivering some of the best lines in the films (more on that later).

5) Andie Macdowell as Rita.

Rita is actually a character who is surprisingly well developed but in a lot of little ways, and I’ll elaborate more on that as I go. MacDowell is wonderful in the part, making Rita a positive upbeat person but believably so instead of just a “life force” character. She plays Rita (and it is written) with some flaws too which helps make her interesting, but again more on that later. Her biggest asset is probably that she can hold her own with Bill Murray in a scene. You can tell (or at least I can guess) in certain scenes that Murray is improvising and that MacDowell is sharp on her toes with a comeback. It makes their relationship a believable one. Especially considering there is a line later how Phil fell for Rita as soon as he saw her. You can sort of see that when you look for it. It’s small, but it’s there. A testament to both actors.

6) Although this film takes place in Punxsutawney, PA it was actually filmed in Woodstock, IL. I was there back in fall of 2015 and the town square where they filmed most of it is pretty much still the same. They even have a black on the corner where Bill Murray stepped into the really bad puddle. It was pretty cool. (Only this time however did I realize one of the signs style reads “Woodstock Jewelers”.)

7) Remember how I said Larry has some great lines/observations?

Phil [after Rita says she booked him a nice hotel]: “You know I think this is one of the traits of a really good producer: keep the talent happy.”

Larry [to Rita, after Phil has left]: “Did he just call himself the talent?”

8) “I Got You Babe”, the Sonny & Cher song that plays every morning when Phil wakes up, was the song that was in the very first draft of the script and carried through until the end. The song probably became more popular (or at least, popular for a longer time) BECAUSE of its use in this film.

9) Ned! Ryerson!

Originally posted by literalforklift

Like a lot of characters in this film, Ned Ryerson could have just been a throw away and forgettable little gag. This guy who supposedly knows Phil from high school and is an insurance agent now. But actor Stephen Tobolowsky totally MAKES this role. There’s nothing insincere about Ned. He doesn’t feel like a leech, he feels like an overly enthusiastic and genuine guy who’s absolutely hysterical. Tobolowsky plays Ned over the top in the tradition of Abbott & Costello and it works wonderfully!

Also Ned has the best lines.

Ned: “Am I right or am I right or am I right? Right? Right right right right!”

Ned: “Watch out for that first step there, it’s a DOOZEY!”

These lines on there own are not necessarily interesting but Tobolowsky just gives them such life it is a treat to watch.

10) This film has so many great lines.

Police Officer [when Phil is out in the street in a blizzard, trying to get to Pittsburg]: “Now you can go back to Punxsutawney, or you can freeze to death.”

[Phil takes a minute to stand in the snow. He looks back at Punxsutawney and then at the road ahead.]

Phil: “I’m thinking.”

11) There is never an explanation given as to why Phil is relieving Groundhog Day over and over again. I think in one draft of the script it was a spell cast by a jilted lover, but in the final film and for most drafts there’s no explanation. I think that’s the reason the film works so well. It’s not some Harry Potter fantasy. It’s just a comedy/drama with one fantasy element.

12) It’s fun rewatching this film again because you get to realize that characters who just have a throw away line earlier in the film end up being like Phil’s piano teacher or the drunks he meets a few Groundhog Days later.

13) I love that when Phil asks Rita for a good hard slap across the face she doesn’t hesitate and he’s not pissed about it. They’ve got each other. ;)

14) This line.

Originally posted by jojolu

15) I like that Phil always goes to Rita for help with his Groundhog Day problem. She has no experience with this! There’s no reason for him to go to her with his problems other than he trusts her and respects her.

16) Hey look, it’s director Harold Ramis!

17)

Phil [to two drunks]: “What would you do if you were stuck in one place and nothing you did mattered?”

Drunk: “That about sums it up for me.”

18)

Phil [after one of the drunks decides not to drive and stumbles]: “You wanna throw up here or you wanna throw up in the car?”

Drunk: “I think…both.”

19)

Phil [while driving towards a train on train tracks]: “I’m betting he’s gonna swerve first.”

20) When Phil realizes his actions don’t have consequences the film gets fun real fast.

Originally posted by adam-just-adam

21) I find it a little pretentious that Rita’s reaction to this:

Originally posted by haidaspicciare

Is to quote a Sir Walter Scott poem at him which says he’s egotistical. Like, really? You’ve got this whole poem memorized JUST to call people egotistical? I mean I like it from a writing standpoint, it makes her kind of flawed, but also she comes off as pretentious. Not that she’s wrong, it’s just she’s very in your face with it.

22) The original plan for this film is that we as the audience would not see the start of the loop, instead just picking up on an “average” day and wondering how Phil knew the things he did. Harold Ramis promised he wouldn’t change this to the screenwriter but ended up changing it anyway (I think with the screenwriter’s blessing, but maybe not). I think this works better. It allows us to invest in Phil as a character more.

23) Phil’s attempts to seduce Rita - I think - start out with him trying to genuinely get to know her. He asks her about her life and only then goes down the route of, “Who’s your perfect guy?” I think he does have real feelings for her he just doesn’t know how to handle them in a healthy way so he uses this time loop to his advantage.

24) It’s interesting to see the repeated attempts of Phil trying to win over Rita, with each mistake done over until it’s not a mistake. You can tell that each time is a little less sincere, and the times when they connect the most are typically when he’s being honest with her and just letting things happen.

25) Another flaw of Rita’s:

Rita: “What should we drink to?”

Phil: “To the groundhog!”

Rita: “I always drink to world peace.”

THEN WHY THE HELL DID YOU ASK HIM WHAT YOU SHOULD DRINK TO!?!? I like it, it fleshes out her character, but it’s an annoying thing to find in a real person (and I know men and women who act like this).

26) I have so many questions.

Rita [on her ???? date with Phil]: “Do you ever have deja vu?”

Phil: “Did you just ask me that?”

This is the only time we EVER have another character show a hint of someone being aware of something is going on. WHY RITA!?!? WHY NOW!?!? WHAT IS HAPPENING!?!?!?

27) The best example of what I was talking about in note 24 is the snowball fight Phil & Rita have with the kids. Phil didn’t know that was going to happen, he didn’t know what Rita was going to say, that’s the first time he ever got that far. And he’s being honest with her! It’s such a nice scene between the two of them. And then when he tries to recreate it the next Groundhog Day it feels super awkward, incredibly forced, and wildly uncomfortable.

28) I think this is such an incredibly important concept.

Phil [after Rita says he’ll never love anything because he only loves himself]: “That’s not true! I don’t even LIKE myself!”

Keeping this in mind as Phil begins his downward spiral tells you A LOT about his character. And it’s that downward spiral that pushes this film from fun comedy to great movie.

29) And you thought this would be a light hearted comedy!

Originally posted by elwesapleasure

Phil: “I’ll give you a winter prediction. It’s gonna be cold. It’s gonna be gray. And it’s gonna last you the rest of your life.”

30) At one point Phil throws his radio on the ground and the speaker/song is still going.

Originally posted by haidaspicciare

According to IMDb: 

The scene where Phil picks up the alarm clock and slams it onto the floor didn’t go as planned. Bill Murray slammed down the clock but it barely broke, so the crew bashed it with a hammer to give it the really smashed look. The clock actually continued playing the song like in the movie.

31) The entire scene with the car chase and the quarry, where Phil kidnaps the groundhog and attempts suicide (which is a more entertaining scene than it sounds), is very well done. It shows just how desperate Phil is to end this nightmare. And it also gave us some pretty great lines.

Originally posted by haidaspicciare

Larry [after Phil drives into the quarry and the car crashes]: “He might be okay. (Car explodes) Well no, probably not now.”

32) The montage of Phil’s attempts at suicide is good for two reason: it gets across where he is at this point in the film, and it’s short. If it were too long this scene would get too depressing too fast.

33) I love this fucking scene.

Originally posted by fuckyeahbillmurray

Phil has relieved the same day over and over again for what has probably been years and he’s so damn tired he just wants to talk to someone about it. So what does he do? He goes to Rita. He tries to convince Rita and succeeds wonderfully. This scene is a prime example of this film’s beating heart, of why it’s a great feel good movie. Phil knows everybody! He knows all their stories, their names, everything about them, because he’s been living the same day over and over again. It’s wonderful. Even without trying it all just sinks in. And guess what? He knows Rita the best.

Phil: “You like boats but not the ocean. You go to a lake in the summer with your family up in the mountains. There’s a long wooden dock and a boathouse with boards missing from the roof, and a place you used to crawl underneath to be alone. You’re a sucker for French poetry and rhinestones. You’re very generous. You’re kind to strangers and children, and when you stand in the snow you look like an angel.”

Originally posted by 39adamstrand

THIS is why I love this film! This emotion! This heart! And there is a beautiful piece of score on the soundtrack called, “You Like Boats But Not The Ocean,” which sums those feelings up perfectly in music and I love that too! Everything about this just makes me feel good! Also how strange and insightful a little detail about Rita like, “you like boats but not the ocean,” is! 

34) And so begins the good Phil tour. The amazing final act of the film where Rita has convinced Phil that he can maybe do some good with this “curse” of his and which carries the same wonderful emotion that was present in the diner scene where Phil convinces Rita he’s serious.

35) Bill Murray improvised this:

Phil [after Ned comes up to meet him and he hugs Ned]: “I don’t know where you’re going but can you call in sick?”

36) But even as Phil works to helps people’s life, he can’t save everyone.

This old homeless man is someone who Phil passes everyday and, when he starts acting kind, gives a ton of money to everyday. Towards the end of the film Phil meets the man and takes him to the hospital where he dies. So the next day Phil tries to save him. He takes him to a restaurant, gives him a big meal, and the man still dies. The man dies everyday. And that scene is heartbreaking and adds such weight to the film and I love how sad it makes me every single time.

I wish I were this kind, but honestly I’m scared to be. I’m scared to be taken advantage of but there are people out there who need help and hopefully I’ll be better about giving it in the future.

37) If you pay attention to the people in the background at the hospital you’ll see this kid:

Remember that kid. You only notice him when you’ve watched the film ten times (that’s not a hyperbole either), but remember him.

38) The final Groundhog Day is a wonderful thing to behold. It starts with us hearing the end of Phil’s report on the groundhog.

Phil: “When Chekhov saw the long winter, he saw a winter bleak and dark and bereft of hope. Yet we know that winter is just another step in the cycle of life. Put standing here amongst the people of Punxsutawney, and basking in the warmth of their hearts and hearths, I couldn’t imagine a better fate than a long and lustrous winter. From Punxsutawney, it’s Phil Connors. So long.”

And EVERYONE is paying attention to it, hell rival news networks are recording it! It’s THAT moving!

39) Do you remember the kid?

Continuity! (Boom)

40) The final party is a great scene too. It’s the culmination of probably Phil’s best Groundhog Day yet. He helped as many people as he could and even plays for their pleasure at the party. It is his least selfish and the only time in the film we ever see the party, even though it was happening every single night. And also Rita spends $300+ to win Phil in a bachelor auction when the highest bid before that was $60.

41) Kneel before Zod!

Originally posted by fygeneralzod

42) I love this.

Phil [after ice sculpting Rita]: “I know your face so well I could’ve done it with my eyes closed.”

43) And then tomorrow finally happens.

A great end to a great film.


Groundhog Day is just amazing. It has a heartwarming story, a feel good vibe, an intriguing concept, and a wonderful cast. It is just so good for so many different reasons and if you haven’t seen it yet you should. Right now.

“I really should be home. Protecting my country, you know? I know I’m not really the most… strong, masculine fighter type… but I could do it. Not to say that I’m not grateful to be here and safe, but… maybe I could have made a bigger difference if I was back there. I don’t know.“

anonymous asked:

My friend was talking about how her breasts have grown and I asked her to stop talking to me about it bc it made me uncomfortable but she kept on talking. Do you have any advice? I'm a little stuck.

i mean i dont have much boobs either bud idk what to tell you there buddy, but be reasonable, tell her to check her bra size, maybe its the attire? maybe its the normal process, boobs sometimes hurt when they get bigger (i’ve been told i have no idea). so maybe some cream can help? Try to be understandable of it but if it really makes you uncomfortable you should tell her more straight up that you dont feel comfortable with it, and that maybe she should check herself up just to be sure everything is fine

I’m done with the fandom hate. Absolutely done. I lost my shit about it a few minutes ago because I am sitting at my desk trying to figure out how to get someone I deeply care about his HIV meds. Due to the changes that our dictators trump and bannon have made, he is no longer able to get his medications. Thankfully he has a 6 month supply. There are bigger things to worry about than the ‘stans’ or the 'queerbaiting’. Anyone that posts hate like that, I will simply and quietly unfollow. My sincere apologies for the rant. I am in a craptastic mood. You want to hate on trump and his cronies, good. Those are the things that any human should hate. But fandom life is not that important in the long run. This is supposed to be fun. This is supposed to be pleasurable. And when in doubt, always eat the rude.

Originally posted by chofee