i wonder if they know each other

anonymous asked:

Do you ever wonder if Kenma and Akaashi just sit side by side and talk while their best friends and team captains go off and do crazy stuff? I know Bokuto pulls Akaashi almost everywhere he goes but I like to think that Kenma and Akaashi are friends.

ABSOLUTELY

I can just imagine them looking at each other and rolling their eyes at something Bokuto and Kuroo are doing. In a loving way of course.

THIS LITTLE DRAWING IS ON THE INSIDE COVER OF VOLUME 11 OF THE MANGA LOOK THEY’RE SO CUTE JUST WATCHING A TRAIL OF ANTS

Aaaaaaaaaa!!!

anonymous asked:

I have no idea why this randomly popped into my head but I digress... I remember a few years ago (I think around late season 5) there were these blinds dubbed 'bullygate' that suggested that C and L were trying to get D (and Naya) fired. Since we know there's elements of truth on the N side of things, I was wondering what theories you had about the D side of things. I definitely don't believe it but I also don't know what to make of it. Muchas gracias.

Anon, during that time, the public perception was that D&C hated each other. Which was a result of them going from best friends on set to never associating with each other outside of work.  And Fox saw this as a way to divert attention from their relationship that was considered to be so taboo. 

So what better way to do that than to plant a blind that was partially steeped in fact?  Everyone knew that L&N were fighting and there were strong rumors that L was trying to have her fired. So why not throw D into the mix?  It gives it an added weight when there is some semblance of truth in the story. And once again C stans in particular could riot as it added fuel to their need for C to hate D.

Blinds don’t have to be true. They are items that are submitted to the website. Sometimes by the actors themselves. Sometimes by fans. Sometimes by beards. Sometimes by PR. and Sometimes by major studios.  It is an excellent way to start rumors. 

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Fantasy!Au ; Past the black where sirens sing

for @yoongihime 

So, Yoongi repeats himself and “what are you?” he utters more sternly, curiosity now just a bit noisier at the back of his mind for this bizarre creature ogling him from the open window. She’s still quiet, with a peculiar mixture in between interest and disappointment tinging her elegant features as her bare legs swing back and forward from under the big, old, black t-shirt she’s wearing.  

Maybe she doesn’t know his language, the man wonders. And he’s already turning his body over the leather stool, lips parting and thighs crossing over each other when the girl finally decides to speak up.

“I’m a siren, of course.”

At her words, surprisingly not very melodious, Yoongi rises an eyebrow. “I thought sirens had, you know, a tail. Or something.”

The creature then grins, expression shifting from curios to smug in a matter of seconds as she stops the movements of her legs and “you definitely read too many tales, human,” she states, mocking clear and keen within her voice.

Oh, Yoongi is definitely taking this on a personal level now.


Coming soon

anonymous asked:

can i just say a quick PSA to all your followers? [pt. 1] if you like a girl please don't let fear of rejection be the only reason you don't go for it. i did that with my (now) girlfriend for a year and i was always terrified of making a move even though i knew she was bi because i was worried about her rejecting me. BUT NOW turns out we've both liked each other since we met and now we're together and it's absolutely wonderful but we didn't start dating until like a month before she had to move!

[PSA pt. 2] and so i wasted all this time being scared and my point is really you need to go for it because you don’t want to regret the things you didn’t do before it’s too late. and i understand feeling like they’re too good for you or being scared that they won’t be into you but you really never know until you try and you could be missing out on so many beautiful moments. okay i’m done ily all and this blog is fantastic and i hope you all end up happy

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This is wonderful and important. Thank you so much!!
I hope you end up happy, too :)

tactileintrovertedace  asked:

How do you deal with Dean when he starts feeling inadequate or starts getting feelings of self- loathing? Because I know he can shut down emotionally during those times, and I'm wondering how you help him through it?

When someone deals with self-loathing or self-deprecating behavior, it’s important to let them know how important they are to you and to others. So I do that while also letting him have the space that I know he needs sometimes. It’s a process but we make a little progress with it each time.

anonymous asked:

With all the events going on in the late Summer/Fall, Catwoman "stealing" in the BOP comics, then being in Bane's comics in the Fall, plus what's going on w/ the upcoming issues for Batman Metal & the JL; I'm wondering how does B/C possible engagement fit into all of this? I don't know if you are following any other Rebirth titles but I'm just wondering if they would have them together in 1 title but not in the others? Is that possible or it would affect all the titles right? Like Clois status.

No. If Batman and Catwoman got engaged they would be engaged across the entire DC universe. Batman isn’t an isolated title. It’s DC’s topseller and something major like that happening couldn’t be ignored, but it’s not like every creative team is coordinating with each other. Comic books arcs are written months before they’re released and since the proposal didn’t happen until very recently the writers of BBoP and other titles probably didn’t even know it was going to happen when the arc was written and found out about it the same time you and I did. It’s the job of the editors to make sure continuity is generally consistent and they’ve had a pretty lax attitude about that over the past few years.

Everyone is jumping to conclusions about what Catwoman is up to in BBoP and it’s probably not what it seems. According to the July and August solicitations that seems to be the case. So yes, if Batman and Catwoman got engaged they’d be engaged in every story and there would be plenty of time for all of the creative teams to get on the same page.

sxltyshima  asked:

Hiiii I was wondering if u could do some headcannons on occasions when the GoM are protective of Momoi? Like nothing shippy, just friendship and keeping her safe? Thanks and I love your Aomomo headcannons <3

Aw, thank you!

It doesn’t really have anything to do with protection, but Aomine is pretty much the reason there isn’t a line out the door of guys waiting to confess to Momoi. Nobody quite knows what they are to each other but you do not want to ask 1.90+ meters of perpetually growly muscle with a terminal case of resting bitchface if he’d mind moving over a bit, you’d like to speak to the lady in private, pretty please don’t kill me?

Pretty much all the White Day chocolates she gets (and she gets a ton) are anonymous for just that reason, and then you, poor guy from class 1-C with a massive crush on the angel of the basketball club, have to watch the Japanese version of Bruce Banner casually reach over and steal all the chocolates you left for her, and cram them in his mouth by the fistful because “it’ll only settle on your hi– oww, shit, Satsu, that’s my spleen!”

Concept: Lance gets into the habit of talking about his feelings with the people he meets during missions, so there’s like this group of people scattered all across the universe who don’t know each other but are connected by the fact that they all occasionally take a minute out of their day to wonder how that chatty blue kid’s doing

It’s Not a Competition!

Some fans are using Black Panther to diminish Wonder Woman. First of all, Black Panther comes out in 2018 so why the pettiness? They are literally not competing against each other for audiences. One has an Israeli female lead the other has an African-American male lead. There is no good reason to take shots especially when Wonder Woman has proven itself to be a great movie. We don’t know how Black Panther will turn out, and Marvel has dropped the ball multiple times when it comes to portraying their characters. Praising Black Panther is very premature and using it to belittle other movies is immature. Now is Wonder Woman’s time for celebration.

I also don’t know why some Black Panther fans are attacking Wonder Woman based on black representation. Of course it has more black representation when it’s set in Wakanda, Africa. That doesn’t make Wonder Woman any less a champion of social progressivism. Several of the black Amazons did have both action and speaking roles. The goal isn’t one movie trying to represent everyone. The goal is for Hollywood to have more diverse movies. We shouldn’t be fighting over the few movies we have that aren’t about white males and pitting them against each other.

If you’re going to take jabs against Wonder Woman using the The Dora Milaje, I’ll counter by pointing out the fact that The Dora Milaje in Black Panther are a group of female bodyguards literally under a patriarchy. They don’t even compare with the superhuman, immortal Amazons who are an entire nation of ethnically diverse warrior women with an elected government. Now let’s behave and learn to celebrate both movies for what they contribute to diversity.  

Why Wonder Woman was so Important to Me

I had the opportunity to see Wonder Woman recently, and I was left awestruck.  Wonder Woman is such a timeless character, and I feel this story and the way the film was made really captured the heart of the original character.  With DC’s track record, it had a high chance of being lazy and bad.  But it wasn’t.  It was original. Refreshing. I cried a lot, and here’s why.

1. Women Are Strong 

I’m not one to loudly complain about the misrepresentation of women in media (though we often are).  We’ve had some really awesome and strong female characters over the past couple years.  But somehow, Wonder Woman took this in a completely new direction.  Watching the Amazons fight the invaders on the beach nearly brought me to tears.  It was so special for me to see women take on roles we rarely see them in.  They were the fighters, the protectors, the providers.  There are many women out in the world right now who are fighting their own battles, much like the Amazons.  They’re providing for their families or serving their countries through the military.  It was a pleasant reminder that while men and women have differences, they are equally strong and skilled.

(Also yay for a female director!)

2. Actions Speak Louder

Many times, Wonder Woman is questioned.  She’s scoffed at for being a women (which would have been very common during that time).  She’s underestimated.  But what’s so amazing here is that she never has to prove herself to the men.  It would’ve been so easy for the movie to fall into that common trope.  She never argues with a man and she focuses her attention on others instead of herself.  She wants to kill Ares and stop the war. And in the end, her actions speak louder then her words ever could.  What I took from this is to rise to action.  Stop talking and start doing.  Ignore what others say, because you know what you can do.  Hold your head high and rise above.

3. Mutual Respect Brings the Most Success

As I said before, it would have been easy for the film to fall into certain tropes.  A trope we often see nowadays is a woman proving that she (or all women) are better then men.  That’s never a point of conflict in this film.  Her love interest, Steve, fights as her equal.  He isn’t clumsy or weak to make Wonder Woman look stronger.  He believes in her and helps her to the best of his ability. When they become interested in each other romantically, they both hold their own.  They love each other but are not dependent on one another.  We see the rest of the men in their gang react the same way later on.  They all eventually come to love and respect Diana.  It’s a great reminder that feminism is about collaboration and equality, not one gender being better then the other.  We each have something to bring to the table and our differences are what makes us stronger. 

4. It’s Okay to not be Okay

There’s a really interesting character in Wonder Woman’s gang named Charlie.  He’s supposed to be the world’s top shooter, but time and time again he fails.  He seen some things that have damaged him pretty heavily.  What’s really interesting about this character is that we never see this issue resolved.  He doesn’t have his big “hero moment” where he is suddenly able to shoot and save the day.  This is so much like real life.  We’ve all been hurt, and it’s ok to be damaged.  You have nothing to prove, but your great efforts will help everything to turn out right in the end.  At one point, Charlie even says to Diana “You don’t need me, you’re better of without me.” To this she replies “No, Charlie, if you’re not here, who will sing?” This implies that Charlie is still a valued member of the group, despite his shortcomings.  His friends are able to recognize his other strengths when he cannot.  


5. There is Much Darkness in the World, But Love Will Save the Day

Not much to say here, as Diana said it all in her own monologue:

“I used to want to save the world, to end war and bring peace to mankind. But then I glimpsed the darkness that lives within their light. I learnt that inside every one of them there will always be both. The choice each must make for themselves - something no hero will ever defeat. And now I know… that only love can truly save the world. So now I stay, I fight, and I give - for the world I know can be. This is my mission now, for ever.”

Often times love is portrayed as a great weakness. But it isn’t.  To love is to truly see beauty in the world.  To love is to be brave and strong.  Love is the greatest power of all.  

Additional Notes:

We must learn to forgive.  Diana had the opportunity to kill the chemist responsible for Steve’s death.  And she chose not too, instead focusing on the larger problem at hand and in turn leaving the past in the past.

There were not gratuitous or sexualized shots of the women in the film.  The framing was based around the action.  The women were all beautiful, but the film relied on it’s story and the strength of it’s lead rather then her beauty. 

There will always be hardship. There isn’t always one bad guy to fight.  We all will have to continue to fight our demons and endure through our trials.  But it’s the light and the love, those precious moments, that we fight for.

Thanks Wonder Woman.  You inspired me, and I’m so grateful.  I don’t think I’ve seen a superhero movie with more heart.  There will be many days ahead where I think “What would Wonder Woman do?” 

*I may edit and add on to more of this at a later time, but I wanted to get my initial thoughts out!

SU represents

SU has always shown us we can get along no matter how different we are, but that was taken to a whole new level with “Off colors” and “Lars’ head”. We knew that on Homeworld gems didn’t have enough freedom and it turns out the “defective” ones have it much worse. 

They are forced to live completely isolated at Homeworlds’ long forgotten kindergartens. They are even chased by robonoids just for coming out different. Kicked away by society, because of something they’re not guilty for, without being given a chance to fit in.

This is a heartbreaking, but realistic representation of how disabled people are treated even nowadays. 

For example Padparadscha (Sapphire) sees things that have already happened instead of the future - mentally handicapped

Rhondite was mainly betrayed because she’s a fusion, but by her actions you see she has developed a high level of stress.  

Fluorite’s just like a polyamorous relationship.

The Rutile twins -   conjoined twins 

“We survived, because all the other Rutiles ran away when we emerged…”

“We survived because they were afraid of us.” 

Rhondite: You’re off color. Just like the rest of us. 

Steven: What do you mean “off color”?

Rutile: You know, wrong… not right.

Steven: I don’t see anything wrong with you guys.

They all accept each other and have become a wonderful family. 

That’s what makes SU wonderful and many need to see a show like this.

Waiting

Draco was tired of waiting.

He came to the conclusion that waiting was the biggest waste one could do with his life.

And he had wasted a lot of his life already. Waiting.

He had waited for his father to acknowledge him, to show him he was proud of his son.

He had waited for his mother to stand up to his father, whenever he had talked her down, whenever he had treated her like less than his wife.

He had waited for his friends to come to his rescue when he had needed them most, to save him from himself.

And he had waited for the stupid prat to notice him. Really notice him. To look beyond the petty insults and his sneering.

For years Draco had been waiting.

He had waited in vain. But not anymore.

Draco was sick of waiting.

What had he even waited for? For him to come to the right conclusion, when Draco hid his true intentions so well? For him to realise what was really going on?

He probably would have to wait forever.

No. He would have to take matters into his own hands. And whyever should he not?

Yes, it was time to act.

Draco focused on the mop of black hair across the Great Hall.

He was sick of waiting.

He got up, marched over to the Gryffindor table and grabbed Potter by his robes. Without waiting for his reaction, Draco started dragging him out of his seat.

There was a yelp and shouts of protest, but Draco didn’t care.

He was so sick of waiting.

“Malfoy, what are you doing?” Potter shouted, shoving at Draco’s hands.

Draco ignored him and dragged him out of the Great Hall.

He could hear Weasley and Granger shout something at him. He heard footsteps behind him, indicating that several people were following him. Potter was still trying to get out of his grip.

Draco had wanted to find a more secluded place to do what he wanted to do next, but when the shouts behind him only got louder, he turned around and glared at them.

“You want to watch? FINE! I don’t even care anymore!”

He tightened his grip on Potter’s robes as he pulled him towards him forcefully.

Because he was so tired of waiting.

His mouth crashed with Potter’s and suddenly everything went silent.

Draco had thought it would be rougher, that Potter would try to fight him more. Apparently he was just shocked. He stiffened as Draco moved his lips against the other boy’s. He buried his hands in his hair like he had dreamed of so many times.

He had waited for this so long. This was it.

Or was it?

Draco suddenly noticed Potter moving and braced himself to be pushed away at any second. Instead, tentative fingers curled around his hips to pull him closer.

Draco was sure there were gasps and murmuring, but he didn’t hear any of it.

His whole mind, his whole body was so consumed by Potter. Potter, who was kissing him back.

Yes. This was what he had been waiting for all this time.

If only he had stopped waiting sooner.

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I am not breathing.

I think one of my favorite things about wondertrev is that even after they sleep together (because let’s be real they totally did it) their relationship does not really change. There was no scene afterwards that showed them awkwardly looking at each other, not knowing what to say, or making a big deal out of it. Steve doesn’t suddenly become overprotective of her or treat her differently. They still encouraged each other, respected each other, and argued throughout the movie. Their relationship and love for each other continued to progress without putting an emphasis that they were a couple

  • me: Anyway, I want to live on Themyscira. I want to mysteriously appear there and have General Antiope take me under her wing. I want her to train me all day and all night. I want Queen Hippolyta to welcome me with open arms and see to it that I receive the best education. I want the Amazonian warrior women to be my best friends and teach me everything they know and braid each other's hair. I want to ride all the pretty horses.
  • brain: It's fake.
  • me: How dare you? We're done. I don't need negativity in my life.
Q&A Jemma and curses

nicolejaylen said:Hi Cassie! I was wondering about the Parabatai curse. Julian and Emma have clearly been in love with each other for years, regardless of those feelings being acknowledged out loud. So why is the curse such a concern now? What is the timeline for the Parabatai destruction? As always, thank you for creating such an amazing world!

The curse is a concern now because they’ve discovered it, and its power is growing. There isn’t a set timeline for destruction, at least not that anyone knows. Had they not discovered it, they wouldn’t be concerned, but they would still be in danger.

We don’t know exactly how long the curse has been affecting Emma and Julian. It was only during Lady Midnight that we started seeing symptoms of the curse, because we didn’t see them before the events of the book. We know nothing huge/noticeable really happened before LM, which suggests that if the curse was affecting them before, it was doing it so slowly and gradually as to go unnoticed.

The fact that Emma and Julian have acknowledged their feelings and spent a bunch of time thinking and talking about those feelings does seem to be intensifying the symptoms of the curse — and we get a sense of the fact that this matters when they actually use that power to do magic, because it’s activated by them thinking about each other/their feelings. By that logic, it seems likely that a parabatai pair who were in love but were not consciously aware of their feelings for each other would see a slower progression of the curse.

If what you want to know is why would that be, well — how do people fall in love? When do they realize they’re in love? Are they in love before they know it, and it it a different kind of feeling? If you don’t know the other person loves you, is it reciprocal love or not? Does knowing you’re loved back matter to whether love is “requited” as Jem described? Were Jules and Emma already “in requited love” before they admitted it to themselves, or is the moment they became aware of their feelings the moment that happened? At this point we’ve entered a “when a tree falls in a forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?” area of philosophy. :) Love is numinous, and these are questions about human life that books can’t answer: they can only raise them and play around with them in the hopes of making readers think about them in a new way.