i will listen

that ep was lowkey annoying because those were all the scenes I head-canoned for bellarke stuffed into one episode…… and its the ep where they’re split up….. Clarke looking super cute? Bellamy not there. Clarke hitting up that shower? Bellamy not there. Clarke laying in a super nice BIG bed? Bellamy not there. Bellamy shirtless and soaking wET? Clarke not there ofc. Bellamy going on a suicide mission? Clarke not there. Bellamy beating himself up for not being able to save that guy? Clarke not there to talk to him. Bellamy getting burned by the acid rain? oh ofc Dr. Clarke isn’t there

for some reason i have the same reoccurring scenario in my head of that scene from the little mermaid where ariel and eric are out on the water except it’s harley and ivy and the other rogues are in a rowing boat nearby singing kiss the girl while ivy looks mildly irritated as she tries to row away

  • griffin mcelroy sometimes: beautifully choreographed scenes spun off the top of his head, heart-wrenching characterization, astounding visuals, emotional and intense narration
  • griffin mcelroy other times: you just- you- you go very- very- uh, boys, you go very, *very* fast,
things from hamilton that haunt me
  • Burr’s horrified “no” when Madison and Jefferson agree to meet with hamilton in the room where it happens
  • eliza’s “stay” from that would be enough mirroring maria’s from say no to this
  • let me be a part of the narrative/I’m erasing myself from the narrative
  • eliza and maria both saying they are helpless
  • Jefferson, Madison, and Burr all sounding hurt/pathetic when they say “to have Washington on your side” at the end of washington on our side
  • washington saying he needs hamilton alive and hamilton not hearing him bc he’s shouting in meet me inside
  • Eliza and Washington both saying they want hamilton to stay alive for them in let it go (off-broadway)
  • the pause in the Laurens interlude
  • angelica’s satisfied’s get a different meaning as the show goes on
  • the ending of the original alexander hamilton
  • “he aims his pistol at the sky!” “wait!”
  • “I feel a sense of calm fill me. It’s not in his political interest to kill me” from ten things one thing (off-broadway/original)
  • the rewind in ten things one thing
  • basically all of ten things one thing
  • eliza’s scream after stay alive reprise/her gasp at the end of the show
  • hamiltons part in the world was wide enough, specifically “he’s with my mother on the other side” and “teach me how to say goodbye, rise up, rise up”
  • fucking all of who lives, who dies, who tells your story


The whole setting screams childhood sweethearts. Levi takes Erwin out on a date on a warm summer night, in their home town or something. They go to the park or somewhere green. There’s some kind of small feast with a band and dancing couples, so they end up dancing awkwardly but very closely too.
Later they walk barefoot in the grass, shoes in hand, wearing nice shirts and maybe a vest, trouserlegs a bit rolled up. Their little fingers are linked and Levi walks slightly before Erwin because hes dragging him somewhere. They end up kissing in the moonlight, Levi’s hands framing Erwin’s face and Erwin’s hand in Levi’s hair and on his hip. When they part they giggle and smile a bit and share another soft kiss.
They stumble home in the morning, still smiling and softly laughing, shoes still in hand and shirts wrinkled because they kissed in the grass while watching the stars. They’re yawning between kisses and are so so tired and Erwin still hums a song they listened to while dancing.

I just want that warm fuzzy feeling that those awful 90s songs and films give you, just with Eruris.

New troll!! His name is Neccoh Azucar and he runs a really old/vintage candy shop downtown. He’s the absolute sweetest, cheeriest hemoanon you’ll ever meet. 
Talking to him or going into his shop though … feels like you’re taking a step into the past. Everything about him is like the 50s era.
His clothes
HIs hair
The way he speaks 
It’s all rather surreal and … lowkey creepy. 


you know a thing I’ve had in my head for a while is like, I noticed that out of the Destiny Island Trio and the Wayfinder Trio, Terra and Riku were alike in the sense that they had issues with their darkness, which isn’t anything new. But alongside that, I also noticed that they were the oldest within their trio and that got me thinking like…

Kairi’s Grandmother’s story mentions that light survived in the hearts of children (which we now know are the keykids who survived the KEyblade War), so what if like…children are more likely to have an abundance of light within their hearts? Like, the darkness is still there, but the light is just more prominent at that stage in life.

Now as they get older, that darkness starts to make itself known, so there’s an adjustment within the heart to keep a balance (it’s alllll normal, nothing wrong with that). It’s just…not everyone has an easy time through this stage of life and that balance kinda differs from person to person (it’s like puberty, shit happens and you’re either fine or ready to throw yourself down a flight of stairs). Pair that up with negative attitudes with darkness and you’ve got yourselves a situation like Terra’s or Riku’s (or if you wanna go about it a different way, you have Master Xehanort and Eraqus and Xehanort is kinda the oldest out of the two of them).

So with that in mind, apply that to the keykids, who are likely to come in various ages (still within the range to be considered children by adults). No two keykids are the same, so when that process starts to happen, you can only imagine the sorts of issues that will pop up and of course, you’ll likely have some keykids who are especially vulnerable…

And vulnerable keykids make for easy targets, which can result in the creation of Darklings. So basically Darklings are keykids (older keykids especially) who were having issues with their darkness and had little to no guidance on how to deal with it, resulting in their untimely demises.