i'm actually rather proud of this one

HEY. YOU.

DO YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW TO BE THE MOST JOLLY COOPERATIVE SUNFUCKER YOU CAN BE!?

AND PRAISE THE SUN AT THE SAME TIME?!

WELL JUST LISTEN AND READ ON THEN.

NOW.

SHUT THE FUCK UP.

BECAUSE WE’RE ABOUT TO GO ON A GLORIOUS, SUN-FILLED JOURNEY FULL OF

✧・゚: * SUNFUCKING FAITH *:・゚✧

NOW

DO YOU SEE THIS MOTHERFUCKER?

THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE GOING FOR.

THE ONE

THE ONLY

SUNION BRO

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You Will Forever Stand Alone

Fandom: Knights of the Old Republic
Pairing: F!Revan/Carth Onasi
Warning: character death 

 Title comes from something Malak says to Revan: “You belong to neither the light nor the darkness. You will forever stand alone.” I wrote this, as one does, in a text message at around midnight because I wanted to give @letmetellyouaboutmyfeels some feels to tell people about. It comes from two things: an exploration of Revan choosing the dark side ending without being wholly evil (inspired by something Kreia says about Revan becoming dark lord out of necessity) and the cut dark side ending with the Carth romance. 

I would say enjoy, but, well. 

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anonymous asked:

Hi, I'm a libfem who's recently been doing research, asking questions, and just really thinking about the divisive question of "what makes a woman a woman?" I found out that I agree with the radfem answer. And it scared the shit out of me. I'm so frustrated that when I (politely) ask transpeople and activists what the difference between gender identity and personality is they just call me a terf and don't answer my question. I hate that I'm afraid to ask "terf-y" questions, or any questions :/

It really does suck. I was once in your position, as were most if not all radical/radical leaning feminists at one point. Radical feminists occupy this specific, weird space because both the left and the right hate us and it’s frustrating, and asking questions and having differing opinions are very frowned upon in most progressive circles. I’m proud of you for learning what radfems actually think rather than buying into the typical liberal paranoia that makes mostly rational people think that because we think trans women aren’t women, that we’re somehow advocating genocide.

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@revolutionnaire-e mentionned an AU where Grantaire lives and Me Talking happened.

Grantaire who gets really into fighting for justice, who starts defending the cause his friends died for, who organises manifestations, Grantaire who keeps the revolutionary fire alive, because that’s all he has left and because it’s the right thing to do.

Until, a few months later, he drops everything, because if the government killed Enjolras, there’s no point in trying anymore. After an outburst of motivation that surprised everyone, he’s back to his previous self.

Musichetta is the one to bring him back, to make sure he’s alive and consumes anything else than alcohol.
One day she gets in a Fantine/Bamatabois-like scenario, and gets arrested after a fight with a bourgeois. Someone sends for Grantaire, because​ there’s no other choice, and since he doesn’t immediately react (to be fair, he was so, so drunk) everyone just abandons him and classifies him as a useless asshole. It’s only a few hours later that he realises the first floor is too quiet, she’s not cleaning, she’s not doing whatever she does in the evenings. And he’s terrified because no, not her, she can’t disappear, he promised, or maybe he didn’t, but he can’t let anyone hurt Chetta, and he goes outside, in the dead of the night, to the hospital, the funeral services, and eventually the police office. Smelling like rhum, unshaved and with messy hair, exhausted, but ready to get her back.

Once they’re both, somehow, free, he starts helping her and though he’s still good old Grantaire, he’s at least a decent human. He still drinks too much, he still doesn’t believe in revolution, but he helps around the house and, just maybe, hopes a bit, in his twisted cynical way.

Crudelis et Magnificus. Let us welcome chaos, for the third time.

When You’re Evil - Voltaire | Crudelis et Magnificus - Last Ranker OST | Seven Devils - Florence and the Machine | Everybody Wants to Rule the World - Lorde | Blumenkranz - Kill La Kill OST | City - Hollywood Undead | Empire(Let Them Sing) - Bring Me the Horizon | Under the Kicks - Ellie Goulding vs. Foster the People | Living Dead - Marina and the Diamonds | Remember the Name - Fort Minor | Haters Gonna Hate - Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! | Strange Comfort - The Color Morale | Call to the Warrior - Affiance | I Will Illuminate - Silverstein | You Should’ve Killed Me When You Had the Chance - A Day to Remember | We’re All in Danger - Dangerkids | I Am the Arsonist - Silverstein | When They Come For Me - Linkin Park 

[listen on 8tracks] [cover art] 
(warning; this is a rather loud mix with some screaming. be advised when setting volume.)

Okay, so…at some point during the several times I’ve rewatched the amazingphil Let’s Play of Shelter, I noticed that all the baby badgers were unique. So I took it upon myself to figure out how much he stayed true to their actual names (i.e. the names he originally gave them all). 

This (excellently-illustrated) picture shows their general pattern and when they died. As you can see, Phil was almost right. Thor did make it rather far. However, the ultimate survivor–surprising everyone–was the one we thought we lost first. Bobby.

anonymous asked:

Did you notice that Oliver's insecurities in 4.06 involved wondering if he was smart enough for Felicity? It reminded me of the banter about their contrasting educational achievements, going back to their first meeting. Oliver's failure at playing the cute-but-dumb frat boy, Felicity's hacking Oliver's HS grades (& bringing them up when her hot billionaire vigilante boss needed cutting down to size)... The writers remembered the little things about their characters. I'm so proud of them.

I did notice that, and I actually loved it.

My favorite fictional couples have always been the ones with very different personality traits but very similar core beliefs so that they complement rather than oppose one another. “Opposites attract” is something that can work in movies that are one-off and end after 120 minutes. Complementary characters are what work for me in series, going back to Mulder and Scully on The X-Files and Ron and Hermione from Harry Potter. Chemistry isn’t enough for sustainability, which is why “the Moonlighting Curse” is basically bullshit. Getting a couple together won’t self-destruct a love story if there’s substance beneath the sparks and conflict. Oliver and Felicity are both very different and very similar, and I think that makes them believable as a long-term couple.

Which is not at all what you asked. Apologies for the tangent.

Anyway, I’ve always kind of loved that Oliver is intelligent as a person but is super dumb academically. I really don’t think that Felicity would have helped Oliver in the early days if he came across as some sort of genius whose only blank spot was in computer sciences. He was just kinda dumb and bad at lying, so there was no huge risk or creepiness in helping him.

I also like that the show has played Oliver academic shortcomings straight. He’s always been pretty forthright about not knowing how to do or handle certain things, and Arrow has never tried to embarrass him about it. His talents lie elsewhere, and that’s fine.

I do think that it’s realistic that Oliver not being particularly scholarly would come up between them at some point. Complementary personalities are still bound to clash from time to time, and if Oliver had been the one sniping at Felicity in 4x06, I’m sure that she would have come up with something about which to be insecure. It’s realistic, and it worked for me.