i was going to do the height difference properly

anonymous asked:

How do you think, was Levi supposed to be tall (like, genetically or smth)? Kenny is very tall, I'm not sure about Levi's mom though, but Mikasa is quite tall as well, so i was wondering if his height was the result of not being able to properly eat and etc. :) (sorry if it's a stupid question)

DISCLAIMER: This is my personal opinion. In no way am I stating what I say here is canon or completely accurate. if you disagree with my opinion, that’s perfectly fine! Everyone has a different interpretation, but if you are going to send me messages trying to argue points of view with me or send me hate messages; please do us both a favor and just don’t even bother.

I do believe Levi’s short stature has a lot to do with the fact that he was malnourished as a child. However, I think the main reason is because he spent over twenty years of his life living in darkness. Lack of sunlight could have stunted his growth quite a bit. His shitty sleeping habits could also be another reason. 

So tying together that Levi grew up with virtually no natural vitamin D, lack of proper sustenance, was malnourished and almost starved to death as a child, and has terrible sleeping habits; it is no surprise that he is 5′3 when everyone else in the Ackerman clan that we have seen seems to have been over 5′6.

It is possible he could have inherited his height from his mother or father considering w have no idea how tall either of them actually were, but even if that is the case, all that I stated above definitely wouldn’t have helped him any in the height department.

The Costume Fiasco

A sort-of spin off of my story Halloween Dress-Up and this post.

When Marinette’s last-minute alterations to her Chat Noir Halloween costume are interrupted by an akuma attack, she has no choice but to go out fighting while still in costume. Thankfully her Ladybug outfit shows no difference, so Chat Noir won’t ever find out she dressed up as him…right?


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Marinette adjusted her almost-finished Chat Noir Halloween costume before zipping it all the way up and studying her reflection in her mirror. It looked good and really, really accurate, especially once she pulled on the wig and attached the mask. Black face paint and eyeliner covered the areas by her eyes that the mask didn’t cover.

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