i think about this so much

Actually being able to connect with the people who have given us everything–I think–is really important.
—  Dan Howell, from Dan and Phil’s Story of TATINOF. 

so my friend was goin downtown to like. give some kid in our school some Marijuana™ and i tagged along since i was planning to go home anyhow i gotta go the same way so i might as well

and i dont know why but the interaction that partook fucking killed me

she hands this dude a tiny pill bottle with a wee bit o’ weed in it and this kid just takes it and in the most polite tone ive ever heard in my whole fucking life he utters a small “thank you”

gaswe123  asked:

What do you think of post-pacifist Asgoriel?

I don’t think Toriel will ever be able to fully forgive Asgore, so I don’t think they’re ever getting back together. And judging by Toriel’s behaviour towards Asgore at the end of the pacifist route, I don’t think they’ll ever be on friendly terms again either.
They’d probably learn to get along ok over time though - I think Toriel would at least try to get over her hatred towards Asgore because of Frisk. But I don’t think they’ll ever be friends again (as much as I wish otherwise)

sees a romantic / nsfw meme
me: y’all sinners

Do u ever sit down and think about miyuki and realize how amazing he really is and ur just beyond proud of him and ur heart is all warm and ur all choked up and tears are streaming down ur face and ur cheeks hurt from smiling and u can probably hear a harp playing in the distance ?? Bc this is me at least 10 times a day ?? Im so thankful for him??

People complain how modern superhero scores aren’t as iconic or lyrical (which is true overall), and yet I just caught myself humming the cues from Winter Soldier after seeing a passing reference to Captain America during my work. I haven’t watched that movie since right before Civil War and before that I’d only seen it like twice.

So idk? It’s definitely not the John Williams era anymore, but scores still stick somehow, for me? I find it interesting.

so i knew i had a paper due today and i thought it was due at 4:00pm but this morning i realized that it was actually due in class at 8:30 and i freaked out and realized i’d have to turn it in by 4:00 for half credit and i was all sad, but then i was like no wait i can do this so in between like brushing my teeth and washing my face, putting on clothes, etc. i actually wrote and finished it AND was able to do my makeup and go to class on time i’m actually pretty proud :~)

these tweets are so important to me

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Stranger Things | season 2 foreshadowing

“Something is coming, something angry, hungry for your blood…it is almost here.”

To all my writers out there, particularly fanfic writers because I am one and I’m feelin this hardcore

  • It’s okay that you haven’t written for a while, you can take breaks.
  • You can start writing again whenever you want, you don’t need an excuse.
  • If you would still like an excuse, here it is: I want you to start again, you should totally do it.
  • It’s ok if you’re out of practice, you’ll pick up traction again.
  • We’re all learners and its good to have role models, but try to be better than the writer were before, and try less to be ‘as good as’ someone else.
  • It’s alright to abandon a piece if you have no enthusiasm or passion left for it.
  • It’s okay to be needlessly dramatic.
  • It’s okay to be needlessly ridiculous.
  • Write the crackfic, write the rarepair, or write the popular pair. Write what you want to write.
  • Yes someone has probably written this scene before.
  • Write it anyway if you want to write it.
  • Yeah that trope has probably been done a million times.
  • Use it anyway if you want to use it.
  • Probably there are people who are tired of reading about that AU.
  • Write it anyway, they don’t have to read it.
  • Respect your audience, but don’t let other people dictate what you create.
  • Reblog your own work. Be proud of it. You deserve to pat yourself on the back.
  • I’m proud of you, you’re doing great.
  • Keep writing, keep making stuff. People will care. 
  • Future you will especially care.
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Siblings Garlan and Amelia Lavellan just came back from some shopping in Val Royeaux. 

High res here and here.

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i’ve been trying to post a drawing every day so…here’s some lineless practice with allura holding… molten steel? a star? you decide.

Today I was thinking about Harry Potter getting haircuts - you know, as people often find themselves doing. It’s a very normal topic and not at all emotional.

I have to think that after Harry started at Hogwarts the Dursleys didn’t take care of that sort of thing anymore. When he was little he “must have had more haircuts than the rest of his class put together” but then he started going away to school all year. Out of sight out of mind. No need to be so compulsive about keeping up tidy appearances, especially when you’re trying to pass off your scrawny thirteen-year-old nephew as a hardened delinquent. 

I’m sure every part of Vernon and Petunia Dursley still hated Harry Potter’s messy mop of hair just as much as they always had, but a few months trying their best to ignore the kid altogether was probably preferable to taking him to get a trim.

Nevertheless, Harry must have had haircuts.

He’s probably pretty shaggy by the end of his first year at Hogwarts. Probably started the year with fairly short hair, not yet self-conscious about his scar, not yet accustomed to pushing his fringe down over his forehead. Being an eleven-year-old boy it was almost certainly not on his mind. But by the time he gets to the Burrow he’s sweeping it out of this face more often and it curls up at the nape of his neck.

Molly Weasley notices this right away, as mothers do, and keeps her frowns to herself but offers lightly one morning - Harry’s hair is still wet from his shower, hanging over his ears and dripping onto his shoulders - to trim it when she does Ron’s later that day.

Ron rolls his eyes and grudgingly lets his mother trim his hair. Harry blushes and tries to ignore Ron’s laughter as Mrs. Weasley tries in vain to get his hair to lay flat.

She probably trims it up every summer - pulling him aside at the Leaky Cauldron while everyone rushes around doing last minute packing, on a rainy day after the Quidditch World Cup with everyone huddled up inside the Burrow with nothing to do. Every summer except the one after the Tournament. Not for lack of trying. She offers. More than once. Drops heavy hints with raised eyebrows. But Harry bristles at anything resembling coddling and while he’s touched that Mrs. Weasley considers him to be family he doesn’t need her to fuss over him.

He regrets it later, a few months into fifth year, when his hair is longer than ever, a tangled and unmanageable nest. He tries to fix it himself but the back comes out extremely uneven. Ron laughs. Hermione fixes it.

When he comes to stay the next summer Harry asks Mrs Weasley to cut it for him. She looks so touched he thinks maybe she’s misheard his simple request. When he visits for the Christmas holidays he asks again and smiles when she pats his cheek affectionately.

The Burrow is a madhouse in the days leading up to Bill’s wedding and while Mrs. Weasley is concerned about her children’s appearances a haircut for Harry is a passing thought in a line of hundreds that’s forgotten as quick as it comes. In any case, he doesn’t look like himself on the day and there are a thousand other things to think about and organize.

By the time Harry makes it to the Burrow again the war is over. He’s been on the run for a year and it shows. He’s thinner than his should be, paler than he should be, his hair is the longest it’s ever been. He has stubble on his jaw to match. And if Mrs. Weasley is in bed more than usual, quieter than usual, she fusses over her children more than usual as well. She finds Harry in the kitchen one morning, alone, the sun not quite up yet, and reaches to brush the hair out of his face. She sighs at how long it’s gotten. Practically brushing his shoulders, hunched as they are.

She offers to cut his hair and Harry doesn’t object. He doesn’t bristle at her fussing. And if Molly Weasley feels just a little bit better having someone to take care of then Harry feels just a little bit better letting someone take care of him.