i still don't regret a thing

I wonder if Lance struggles with regretting sneaking out that night Shiro crashed on Earth because if he didn’t he wouldn’t be stuck in space fighting a war for the rest of his life.

I wonder if he gets upset at himself for feeling that way. He /knows/ that it was a good thing that he did what he did, so it’s selfish for him to regret it. But he still can’t help but feel that way sometimes, because he probably will never see Earth or his family again because of his own actions.

My heart is a bar and you tend to it. Or you don’t, but you might have if I let you. My heart is in a bar and you left yours there too for a while. Yesterday, I woke up from a nap to a world without you in it. I thought it was a joke, but there was very little setup. Man walks into a bar, stays for eight years, dies in his sleep at thirty-seven. I’m never going to get the punchline, but I keep trying to. Once, you made me throw up Fireball whisky on my birthday. Once, you sobbed on my shoulder and I didn’t tell you to move. Once, I wrote a poem about kissing you and wishing it was someone else. I don’t have a working list of things I regret, but I think I’m going to. My heart is a bar and someone else works there now. My heart is in a bar that feels like someone else’s home when I walk into it. If I never go back there, does it mean everything’s okay? Does it mean you’re still waiting for me to agree to that date? Does it mean nothing changes if I stop looking back at it? Will you still save me a seat?
—  “CLOSING TIME” BY SEMISONIC PLAYS AT LAST CALL by Trista Mateer
The Accidental Kiss part 1
  • Riley and Farkle are standing by their lockers.
  • Riley: So, will you help me study for the biology test?
  • Farkle: Sure. When?
  • Riley: Tonight, around 7, at Topanga's.
  • Farkle: Sounds like a plan.
  • Riley: Thanks.
  • Farkle: No problem.
  • The bell rings.
  • Farkle: I have to go. I don't want to be late again.
  • Farkle hugs Riley. Then he gives her a quick peck on the lips and walks to his class. Riley stands there in disbelief. Farkle arrives in his science class and sits down. He takes out his work and then it hits him.
  • Farkle: (screams) What have I done?
  • The whole class stares at him.
  • Meanwhile Riley is still standing in the hallway. The bell rings again. Maya walks up to Riley. She waves her hand in front of her face. Riley doesn't blink.
  • Maya: Honey, what's wrong?
  • Riley snaps out of it.
  • Riley: I think Farkle just kissed me.
  • Maya: You think? You don't know.
  • Riley: It happened so fast. He definitely caught me by surprise.
  • Maya: I know I'm going to regret asking this, but was the kiss good?
  • Riley: (smiles) That's the thing. The kiss was great.
  • Maya: Then, what's the problem?
  • Riley: I don't know where we stand. Was it a one time kiss? Are we dating? Are we friends who kiss? What are we? I want to know.
  • Maya: You and Farkle need to talk about this.
  • Riley: Why is life complicated?
  • Maya: I don't know honey. Let's go to class.
  • They walk to their classroom.
  • Cafeteria.
  • Farkle, Lucas, and Zay are sitting together. Lucas and Zay are talking. Farkle is distracted. Lucas notices.
  • Lucas: What's wrong?
  • Farkle: Nothing.
  • Zay: Something's off. Tell us.
  • Farkle: It's complicated.
  • Meanwhile Riley and Maya walk in the cafeteria. Riley sees Farkle.
  • Maya: Talk to him.
  • Riley: I don't know if I can. Can't I pretend the kiss didn't happen?
  • Maya: No.
  • Riley: You talk to him for me.
  • Maya: No.
  • Riley: I forgot. I have to talk to my dad about history homework.
  • Maya: We have no homework.
  • Riley: It's a different kind of homework.
  • Maya pushes Riley to Farkle's table. Farkle tenses up when he sees Riley.
  • Maya: Look Riley, it's Farkle. Isn't there something you wanted to say to him?
  • Riley nods her head.
  • Maya: Then say it.
  • Riley: (To Farkle) Hi.
  • Farkle: (To Riley) Hi.
  • Riley: (To Lucas) Hi.
  • Lucas: (To Riley) Hi.
  • Riley: (To Zay) Hi.
  • Zay: (To Riley) Hi.
  • Farkle: (To Maya) Hi.
  • Maya: Not doing it.
  • Riley: Gotta go.
  • Riley starts leaving when Maya grabs her.
  • Maya: No. You sit down and talk to Farkle. Lucas, Zay, and I will eat lunch at a different table. I'm watching you two. You are not leaving until you talk about this kiss.
  • Zay: What?
  • Maya: I'll tell you about it later. (Looks at Riley and Farkle) Talk.
  • Maya, Lucas and Zay leave the table. Riley and Farkle stare at each other.
  • Riley: So....
  • Farkle: So...
  • Riley: I have to go to the thing with the thing.
  • Farkle: So do I.
  • Riley: I'm glad we talked.
  • Farkle: Me too.
  • Riley: Bye.
  • Farkle: Bye.
  • They take off.
  • Maya: You got to be kidding me!
  • Lucas: What do we do now?
  • Maya: It's time for us to intervene.
  • Zay: How?
  • Maya: I have a idea.
  • To be continued...

I wonder how many exclusives (probably 5/5) Dan Wattpad must have before some people realise that no one is stupid enough to give interview after interview to somebody who bashes them constantly. Self respect is still a thing.

  • Hetero ships: *one of them does something that causes conflict in the relationship, mostly the guy*
  • A*ti's: LOOK AT THAT THAT'S SO ABUSIVE
  • Gay ships: *does the same thing*
  • A*ti's: It's just a mistake :/// It can still be fixed :/// It's just an obstacle in the relationship, they can still overcome it :///
  • *this is not applicable for everyone. If you don't actually do this; kudos to you.

Production Draft of QAF 5x11 - The most precious thing in the world

Hi Anon! I know you were feeling super down lately and you wanted a quick Starco thing. I had my friend @elladoodles pick the prompt, which was “Marco braiding and playing with Star’s hair” and “Marco sneaking in to her room in Mewni for wholesome movie time.”

“Hey.”

Star peers at him from behind her bedroom door she’s opened only partially to stick her head out of. It’s late and she’s tired between wand practice with her mother and fighting with him. She’s still pretty annoyed – their argument in the back of her head practically all day, thereby making training difficult. She really just wants to sulk in bed for the rest of the night, but he’s standing at her doorway and she really can’t bring herself to tell him to leave.

He smiles down at her, sheepish and nervous, the laptop he’s brought along with him tucked under his arm and a movie in the other. She raises an eyebrow, waiting for an explanation.

“I…uh,” Marco brings the movie he holds up as a sort of peace offering, looking around at the castle hall to avoid her gaze. “I was thinking, um, maybe if you weren’t busy that – uh,” Star’s head tilts a bit, confused, because he’s not usually so uneasy around her, even after a fight (Though, my crush on him may have changed that a bit, she thinks sadly). He hesitates, taking a deep breath, finally meeting her eyes. “Would you wanna watch a movie with me? It is Friendship Thursday, so maybe you and I could…” He trails off, hopeful, as Star pulls the door open further.  

She takes the DVD from his outstretched hand. “What’s it about?”

“It’s about a dumb guy that screws up and wants to make it up to his best friend.”

Star stares at the cover. “That’s what happens in Captain America?”

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Kageyama fiercely wished he could sink into the cushions behind him and disappear instead of staring at a screen with so much blood oh Lord, why that much blood, what the -
The monster disappeared once again, and Kageyama forced his tensed up muscles to relax. Hinata was so close by now, if he would just tilt his head a bit, it would rest on Kageyama’s shoulder. The way they were sitting seemed like a cliché from some romance flick.

I’m still not over citrusfluegel’s fanfic Shadows don’t matter close to the light  so I obviously had to draw the scene in which these idiots are watching the horror movie and I obviously don’t regret a single thing.

anonymous asked:

I don't think Billie's doing so great lately. Reminds me of IHeart.

i dont know. i worry about it but at the same time… i mean, he’s done some impulsive stuff like this in the past like when he destroyed a record store, or when he dropped kicked a fan (that was kinda understandable but still). or the incident with the actress and the balcony (you know the one) but that was just billie joe being… billie joe. he doesnt regret those things. he laughs about them.

billie is just really unpredictable. i’m sure he’s fine. and if he isnt doing so good, well, he has a loving wife, kids, and friends that will help him get back on the right track. i have faith in billie. im sure hes well…

also, this is no where near as bad as iheart tbh.

I know that SuperCorp is very unlikely to happen because Sanvers is already a thing, but between us… that’s bullshit.

Tv shows should always aim to reach out for the audience, capturing their interest - on a side trying to represent them and on the other trying to surprising them. We’re getting a hint of representation of the LGBT community (and I’m not saying LGBTQA+, because that part of the community is practically nonexistent according to the media) right now, which is definitely not enough, and what we get is rarely a quality product (for the most part, we’re used to make jokes, which isn’t representation, but more likely cheap comedy). We frequently get little screen-time, poor character development (he’s gay, what else is there to say?) and yes, we often get to DIE too (for the benefit of famous “shock value”… which doesn’t shock anybody, really, since it happens almost all the time). What we don’t get is main roles, good backstories, characters who are not only defined by their sexual orientation and… well, to live, to grow and get to be happy on screen (what an absurd concept, am I right?).

Supergirl has done an incredible job by representing Alex Danvers’ coming out story: it showed its audience how a strong, brave woman like Alex can still be very fragile and struggle with this kind of realization; how she fears to accept herself, to be fully herself and out with the people she cares the most about, and more importantly how things can actually go well. This is damn important, ‘cause it helps a lot of people to think that “Hey, maybe my family won’t take it this badly” or “Maybe my friends will accept me” and “Maybe things will change for the better!”, ‘cause guess what? IT CAN HAPPEN AND IT HAPPENS! But this is not very interesting to show, apparently, ‘cause most of the time it’s all freaking dramatic and it ends in tragedy.

The new generations are already lucky, ‘cause now there is something like this (Supergirl) on Tv, but it’s not enough still, ‘cause they’re portraying a tiny fragment of their audience, of the people around the world, and if you think “But it’s a lot already”, I’m gonna tell you that the straights have every single damn shade from every single damn angle for their representation on screen, while we are barely there and almost never the main character or anything close to that. Yes, there are movies in which we are protagonists, but let’s be real, they’re almost always centered on our sexual orientation, the discovery and the consequences, which is helpful and good to see, but it’s not everything there’s to see and to know. Plus, they really abuse of the dramatic factor of it in order to “send a message”, but that’s a message wasted on the straights, and if they think you’re an abomination already, surely a movie won’t change their minds. Instead, it will just fuel fear in us, which - there’s no really need to say it - it’s bad (we unfortunately have reality for that).

I remember my probably very first approach to the whole “girls liking girls” thing thanks to the media.
I was a kid and I was watching this movie on the Tv. I remember only pieces of it, ‘cause I don’t think I was paying much attention until a certain point. What I still recall, though, stuck in my head for a reason.
There were two girls, one white and the other brown, that grew closer to each other (I seriously don’t remember anything about whatever was the rest of the story). I recall this very specific scene that had me and my sister (who was also watching) like: “Oh, they are helping each other undressing ‘cause they’re friends”. When they started making out we were like “Oh… Okay, so they’re not just friends, apparently”, and that was it. I don’t think we knew about all the hatred towards people of same sex being in love with each other, to us it was just like “Okay, this is a thing that exists: acknowledged”. They seemed to be fine, so there was no issue… right? WRONG!
The white girl’s brother saw them, got angry as shit, took a gun and started shooting at them. They got into a car, trying to get away from him, but he got into another and started chasing them. It was raining, they were scared as shit, he looked insane, I felt the anguish growing inside of me: it was awful (again, I was a kid at the time).
The car slipped, then fell down a bridge into a river/lake and it quickly sank. After a while, only the white girl emerged from the water. The other drowned.
Last scene that I remember was a time jump where the white girl was a now a white granny, and she was probably remembering this terrible thing that happened to her once.

No fucking wonder if growing up I didn’t want to be gay and I pushed down my feelings and thoughts, since this is the kind of message to which I was subjected. And now? Now there are some things that portray the whole “being gay” as normal (as it always should be) and not in a dramatic, catastrophic way, but it’s also true that we get shows like The 1OO, Person of Interest, Orange Is The New Black, Pretty Little Liars, The Walking Dead and many, many, many others where the lesbian freaking dies, where there is no happy ending for us.

It’s simply not okay.

But to finally address the very main reason why I started this post - that no one will read ‘cause it’s too long, and people have time only for thoughts as long as a tweet - is the importance to acknowledge the presence of MORE THAN ONE GAY CHARACTER in a story. In a story AND in a family. Yes, as crazy as it sounds, we are more than two and we indeed can have LGBTQA+ wonderful siblings. Madness, right? Except that it’s not, it’s our reality, which is way more colorful, interesting and beautiful than the arid one-sided representation we witness on daily basis (I’m talking about heteronormative).

So, what really drives me nuts, it’s not the fact that people seem to be scared shitless to insert us in anything (although we’re everywhere), but how little crafty they are. We have proven to be a real force of nature over the whole LGBT Fans Deserve Better initiative, which raised by far $166,547 for the Trevor Project, and we did that after being smacked down once again by showrunners. Can you imagine what we could do if people were fair to us, for a change? We’re loyal, passionate, absurdly creative and talented (have you ever seen our fanArts, read our fanfictions? They’re often better than the original stuff and we don’t get paid a coin for making them), and yet we hardly get anything.

Tv shows should listen to their audience and get smart, because it’s not a pink UFO the thing we’re asking for, it’s not something that won’t fit their story, but simply more good representation. Supergirl scored with Sanvers, but there’s still so much potential that is sadly going to waste, and if they opened their eyes they would see it.

Do you want a great, original idea? Be fair and listen.

  • Keelin: Is this an apology or a 'thank you?'
  • Freya: I don't know. Not particularly good at either one.
  • Me, smiling: Aw they're such good friends
  • Keelin: So, we're done, then? Yeah? I go back to my life, you go back to yours?
  • Freya: Yeah, a deal's a deal.
  • Keelin: Hey, don't look so disappointed. This wasn't exactly built to be a long-term friendship.
  • Freya: I guess this is goodbye.
  • Keelin: Like you said. Mission accomplished. So, I'll see you.
  • Me: ...
  • Freya: Sometimes, I'm forced to do things that I... regret. And, for what I did to you... I'm sorry.
  • Keelin: I get it. At the end of the day, what you did was for family. And if mine were still alive, I'd do the same. Just don't ever mess with me again.
  • Me, grabbing my laptop screen: KISS KISS KISS KISSSSSS
send me one for my muse's reaction
  • "Are we really doing this?"
  • "Are you doing this to upset me?"
  • "Friends don't look at each other like that."
  • "Give me a chance."
  • "I am not doing that."
  • "I can prove you wrong."
  • "I can show you the world."
  • "I did a bad thing."
  • "I don't want to love you, but I do."
  • "I missed you."
  • "I regret last night."
  • "I think we can pull through."
  • "I think you need to get in my bed. Now."
  • "I thought you were gone forever."
  • "I want you naked. Now."
  • "I'm a bad person."
  • "I'm breaking up with you."
  • "I'm not who you think I am."
  • "I'm pregnant."
  • "If you and I were the only two people alive on the planet, I still wouldn't have sex you."
  • "Marry me?"
  • "Please, don't do this."
  • "Stop yelling at me."
  • "That outfit would look better on my bedroom floor."
  • "There is no one I hate more than you."
  • "This is not fair."
  • "This is not the time nor place."
  • "We are not getting a pet."
  • "We can't do this anymore."
  • "What are you doing?"
  • "Who do you think you are?"
  • "Why are you doing this to me?"
  • "Why aren't you answering my calls?"
  • "You shouldn't have done that."
  • "You'll regret this."
  • "You're being inappropriate."
  • "You're the one person I actually trust."

why antis gotta have no chill? why? why y’all gotta ruin a good thing??? i know the other day at work i saw a little boy getting himself a voltron toy and goodness was it so refreshing cause this was like maybe a 6 year old child that enjoyed voltron and was innocent of the nastyness that is the older (teen and up) side of the fandom. like… it was so nice to see someone innocently loving voltron. a show that was made with children in mind. like dudes, why is it so hard to just enjoy something like that little kid? y’all ain’t gotta be nasty about it. i’m mainly looking at antis here, but shaladins gotta follow what they preach too. this fandom is a war zone and it’s become toxic. y’all anti’s preach about keeping people safe, but what are y’all gonna do when an excited child (no particular age, just able to use a computer) that is looking up more stuff about voltron and is ignorant of the horror that the fandom is, stumbles upon one of your accounts and sees y’all just being nasty, ruthless, and vicious towards anyone opposed to you. they won’t think you’re protecting them at all, it’ll scare them off most likely. One day (hopefully) y’all gonna regret all the shit you’re doing. i just don’t feel it’ll be soon enough. a good thing is being ruined.

anonymous asked:

So for the Flower AU, once Geno walks in and asks what's going on, Sid bolts for the rink before anyone says anything. Geno's still protective even tho they're not an item, so he makes vague threats that whoever made Sid feel bad is gonna regret it. The whole team rushes to get on the ice cause no one wants to tell him what happened but also they don't wanna deal with Angry Geno. Flower leaves too hastily and ends up leaving his unlocked phone on the bench, with the video still playing on mute.

Addendum to the thing I sent earlier: Sid thinks the whole thing is an elaborate prank, and even though he doesn’t think Geno and Flower would go that far to be mean-spirited, he thinks that somehow they’ve caught on to Sid’s lowkey pining. They must’ve hired a lookalike, borrowed some friend’s kids for the video, Sid doesn’t know, but there’s no way that Flower’s bizarre ramblings about waking up alternate universes are true. Sid avoids Geno throughout practice and goes home without facing him.

-

Oh my god can you imagine Geno picking up the phone and watching it silently, again and again, just sitting in the locker room, his anger melting into confusion, then shock, then longing.

And Sidney, after he calms down, asks Flower about the other universes, and Flower tells him about the Geno who asked out actor Sidney and tripped over his own skates; the college student Sidney who works part-time at the bakery and is desperately in love with his Russian lit TA; the married Sidney who is touring colleges with his daughter and husband; all the universes the Flower’s visited and the only one where Sidney isn’t in love with Geno is Flower’s orgiinal universe.

“You’re wrong,” Sidney says, staring at his lap. “I do.” He stares some more. Pause. “Love him. But it doesn’t matter.”

Flower doesn’t know what to say.

“Do you think I’ll find someone who loves me like that one day?” Sidney asks. He is very quiet, hopes and dreams of having a family, having a loving husband, laid bare in front of Flower like a wound.

“I know you will,” Flower responds.

anonymous asked:

I'm turning sixteen in a month and suddenly it feels like, I don't know, THE WORLD IS NOW REAL. I panic whenever I think of my (vague and maddening) plan of what to do with my life, and I was wondering if you, as an adult, could share how you got through the transition?

Dude I’m close to 30 and I still feel like that. You’re still young - you CAN have more than one option, y’know. You don’t HAVE to pick just one thing you’re going to pursue in your future. I switched careers at 26, and I don’t regret it. 

Having supportive friends and family helps a lot with the transition into adulthood - but people “transition” at all different times in different ways. There’s no specific answer, really. Just try to learn as much as you can, have fun, experiment and learn from the mistakes you will inevitably make, try to stay positive, know that you’re allowed to feel like shit sometimes, and when you do, remember and believe that you’ll feel happiness and pride again soon. 

Also, I really want to emphasize that whatever you choose to do now does not have to be permanent. You can explore different options as you change and grow as a person :) 

anonymous asked:

I never had a homstuck phase, but I did have an Undertale and Percy Jackson phase (both of which the actual stories are AMAZING but the fandoms r really cringey) and I still regret every decision made. I can't even look back at my posts due to how cringey they were.

// I never had a PJO phase but I did read the books and I LOVE THEM! (I can’t wait to finally read the Heroes of Olympus books tho) but I never felt like,,, strongly attached to it fandom wise… But undertale?? HOO boy that was like… My Homestuck phase part 2

anonymous asked:

listen… whether you identified as, gay, lesbian, tranny, queer, whatever… you still need to hear the truth, and the truth is, you and your little gay fanbase are disordered, unhappy, and in need of help until you renounce the LGBT+ identity and learn to undo or at least curb the SSA and/or gender dysphoria causing you to ~identify~ as something intrinsically abominable. don't cry “lesbophobia”, hunny. i went through the same process ages ago and my only regret is thinking I was ever gay… 0:)

the only thing i regret is you in my fucking askbox, what is wrong with you