i'm going through a thing right now

If there’s a bison miraculous it should go to Kim, just saying… cause he’s bi and he’s my son


One night, Junkrat was screwing around and broke his robotic arm. I like to think he is ashamed of his missing arm and feels like a disgusting thing because of it but Roadhog won’t let him think that.
Also, I just wanted to make some sad Junkrat ;u;

BTS as things my friends have said (part 3)
  • Seokjin: That was literally not even all that funny yet there are tears streaming down my face and I don't think I can stop laughing
  • Yoongi: I'd go but I don't want to so I'm... Im not going
  • Hoseok: I can't be the only person who really feels like singing at 6:00 in the morning
  • Namjoon: It's not that I hate your cat it's more like, I think I'm going through a clumsy phase right now and I don't want to somehow kill it
  • Taehyung: *sings 'If you're happy and you know it' in heavy metal, opera, country and hip hop versions*
  • Jimin: I can't do the whole social interactions thing so I'm planning to just fill the silences with sexy stares and cute laughs
  • Jungkook: This is gonna seem like such a coincidence but I can do literally everything else but that

anonymous asked:

hello mansi! your art is very beautiful! i'm going through a lot of style changes, and art block has been hitting me pretty badly. do you have any advice as to how i could get out of it? thank you💕

i’m going through a pretty bad block right now as well and am not the best at dealing with them, but here are a few things that i usually try out:

  • Try going out of your comfort zone and try something new. Keep experimenting and just go with whatever your mind vomits onto the paper and you might actually come across something that works for you
  • just draw whatever you can. Let your hand move on it’s own and don’t think too much about the output, sometimes you just need to force yourself to draw
  • try art challenges like 30 day challenges, be open to prompts, find something that is fun but will also inspire you to draw
  • go to websites/blogs that inspire you. Look at other artists and observe their art and see what stands out to you, look at photography, graphics, paintings or really anything that inspired you in the first place
  • you could even look up tutorials and try improving in that one place you always felt you lacked, sometimes even going back to the basic helps a lot 

 that’s basically it, i hope some of this helped you out!

I think the core thing that caused The Last Airbender to be the horrible, piece of shit movie that it is was the fact that Shyamalan clearly looked down on the TV series as just some dumb children’s show and not for the good thing it is. It really shows through in the movie that he thought that the show’s just a mindless cartoon made to momentarily distract children too dumb to comprehend the world around them. That was his first of many mistakes, and that, combined with his incompetence, laid the foundation for the film.

Hey guys. I don’t try to do this often but my grandmother who means a lot to me was taken to the ER today (she’s been in and out of the hospital and a nursing home lately) and the doctors say she’s going through a multi-system failure. If y'all could, please pray for her. It would really mean a lot to me

I don’t want to make this long and I’ve debated about whether or not I wanted to post anything, but I feel it necessary to those of you that follow to say a little something.

Due to some personal stuff going on in my life, I’ve had to take a severe step back from certain projects and things related to this website and fandom. I still love Mass Effect and I don’t plan on leaving anytime soon, but I may have to take a short hiatus or two while I get things in my life sorted. Clearly, I hope you’ll all stick around during those times of absence, but I understand if you don’t. DME has been posting daily since late October 2015, so I think that taking some time off isn’t necessarily a BAD thing overall, anyway.

Even in the midst of what’s going on, I do want to say that scheduling my queue and seeing all the Mass Effect content that this community continues to produce is a wonderful and happy distraction for me. Things in my life are drastically different than they were just a month ago so having this place to dive into to take my mind off of things is really nice.

I’ve had some spectacular folks supporting me behind the scenes (a few tumblr peeps on top of some very special real life peeps). There are those of you who are helping me without even knowing it by making me smile and allowing me see that there are still beautiful and wonderful things going on out in the world.

In the beginning, I started this place as an homage to this series that helped me through a VERY difficult mental time in my life and I know I will continue to look to it to help me through this as well.

If Shepard can do it, so can I.

Thank you all.
Much ❤
~ Marina / Dustie

I just remembered that life goes on no matter what and that there is a reason for everything!! if im sad right now I’m going to learn things from what I’m going through and I’m going to grow!! there’s no need for me to feel anxious about things I can’t change the only thing I can do is accept it and move forward

anonymous asked:

Kylo looks seriously pretty right? We have the same length hair and I'm having hair envy right now.

He looks gorgeous, but also more mature - which is, as far as I’m concerned, a really good thing. I think we’re going to see a more thoughtful and introspective character in The Last Jedi, and I think they’re conveying that very powerfully through these early images. Adam is a great model for photos, since he’s able to convey the inner life of a character ‘in the moment’ extremely effectively.

So I am just listening to Tae’s playlist and I saw this song was on there… I am in tears right now…

I’ve been listening to this song a lot and this band because I’ve been going through a lot… reasons why I haven’t been on tumblr very much because I’ve had to put things aside and put more important things first

For me I am very strong in my faith and just knowing that V listens to this brings me so much joy…

conchobarbarian  asked:

1. either 2. someone left a homophobic, swastika'd note outside my university's gender neutral (lgbt+ community) residence hall, & to make matters worse we're only hearing about it through unofficial channels more than a week after it happened. I'd managed to believe that the people around me couldn't be shitty like that, but I guess they can. I know there's good in the world, but right now I'm having a really hard time being positive. help?

hi there, sweet moonbird. listen: the most important thing you can learn in the upcoming four years is that “staying positive,” is a myth. it is not going to be possible, in the current political climate, to “stay positive” all the time. don’t hurt yourself trying to be. let yourself get upset. let yourself get angry. sometimes, if you have to be numb, let yourself be numb. there will be days when, to protect ourselves, we have to be. 

but don’t let yourself stop moving forward. don’t let yourself stay down. keep getting up. healthy positivity is not convincing yourself that things are okay now. it is believing that they can be okay in the future. healthy positivity is understanding that there is no light in the darkness except the light we make and the light we hand to each other.

so this is what you do, when you are having trouble with the right now: you plan for the future. you start MAKING the future. if that looks like getting mad, like protesting, like writing letters, like calling your reps or your university’s bigwigs, good. if it looks like making joy, like posting love and acceptance notes around the community hall that was vandalized, like organizing a dance party to fundraise for your local LGBTQ+ community center, like donating to or volunteering with a local organization fighting hate in your community, good. if it looks like reaching out to someone you know that is afraid and offering them your friendship and loyalty and support, good.

there is no future except what we make. find your positivity not in the world around you now, but the act of building the world around the corner. 

20 Questions for Ed Sheeran, January 25, 2017.
  • Interviewer: What's the most exciting thing in life right now?
  • Ed: Uh, the new album. Coming out third of March.
  • Interviewer: What are you completely tired of right now?
  • Ed: Uhh... I dunno. Walking Dead. I can't seem to get into it. I'm on season four and it's just, I haven't-
  • Interviewer: I'm there as well! Which episode are you on right now?
  • Ed: I'm on like episode five? They're all ill and they're coughing up blood, and-
  • Interviewer: Oh, yeah. It gets better though. Keep on watching it bro.
  • Ed: See, everyone's been saying that, but I've watched like sixty episodes now, and I'm like, I can't quite... so yeah, I'm trying to get through it.
  • Interviewer: What song took you the least amount of time to write?
  • Ed: Thinking Out Loud.
  • Interviewer: What's the first thing that you do when you get an idea for a song?
  • Ed: Uhh, I shut the doors and go away from people.
  • Interviewer: If you could teach one subject at a school, what would it be?
  • Ed: Music. I'm actually going back to teach music at my old school soon.
  • Interviewer: Beautiful, I like that. Did you ever have detention during growing up and going to school?
  • Ed: 'Course, all the time.
  • Interviewer: All the time? Every day?
  • Ed: All the time.
  • Interviewer: What's your favorite drink?
  • Ed: Uhhh... beer. Ale. Like ale. Good, good English ale. Does Finland do good ale?
  • Interviewer: I don't know about that. Not so good. It's okay, but I think it's better in England.
  • Ed: Yeah. You can't drink too much of it though 'cause it's so heavy, it just, I just fall asleep. So I have three and I fall asleep. But the first one is like... glorious.
  • Interviewer: What's your favorite food?
  • Ed: ...Fish and chips? I reckon. Fish and chips. If you give me a fish and chips and an ale, pfft, game over. That's my day.
  • Interviewer: That's perfect. That's heaven. What's one thing you need to have in your fridge always? No matter what-
  • Ed: Ketchup.
  • Interviewer: Ketchup? With fish and chips.
  • Ed: I've actually refused to eat fish and chips when there wasn't any ketchup. I just think it's a travesty.
  • Interviewer: I get that. What's your favorite movie of all time?
  • Ed: Goodfellas.
  • Interviewer: Oh that's a good one. Classic. Favorite TV show?
  • Ed: A show called Love/Hate actually. It's an Irish TV show, like Gangland Dublin. It's amazing.
  • Interviewer: What's the funniest thing you've ever read about yourself on the internet?
  • Ed: That I introduced Adele and her husband Simon. Um, 'cause I do - I now - know them, but like when that came out I, well I'd met Adele, but I'd never met Simon. So I don't know how I could've introduced them.
  • Interviewer: Would you love to work with Adele?
  • Ed: Yeah. I don't think anyone's going to work with Adele. I think Adele kind of doesn't want to work with anyone. I think she does her own thing. So yeah, I think I'd say yes but I don't think it would ever happen.
  • Interviewer: What's the best way to relax for Ed Sheeran?
  • Ed: Sleep. Always a good way, yeah.
  • Interviewer: That's what I do as well. Name one thing you can't live without.
  • Ed: Um. My cats.
  • Interviewer: How many cats do you have?
  • Ed: Two. And they're GREAT.
  • Interviewer: Are you thinking about getting a third one?
  • Ed: I think it'd be unfair. They're sisters, so if you add another cat into the mix it might get weird.
  • Interviewer: What scares you the most?
  • Ed: Uh, heights. Yeah.
  • Interviewer: Me too, I'm afraid of heights. Have you ever done a bungee jump?
  • Ed: I did, yeah. I hated it. Have you done it?
  • Interviewer: Really, you did it?! So you've probably beat that then.
  • Ed: No, no it's made it even worse. Even worse, yeah. Never do it.
  • Interviewer: Really? Okay, I'm not gonna do it then. Thanks for the tip man.
  • Ed: Oh god, I'm just remembering falling down that, like oh god, it was horrible.
  • Interviewer: What was your first job?
  • Ed: My first job, I worked in a pub. I washed, I did the washing up in a pub.
  • Interviewer: If you could travel to any place in the whole world, where would you go?
  • Ed: ...Iceland. Iceland again. I love, I love, I love Iceland.
  • Interviewer: So you've been there, like-?
  • Ed: Once. But it was one of the best places I've ever been to.
  • Interviewer: Have you ever been to Finland?
  • Ed: Yeah. I've been to Finland, yeah. I think I played a small show in Finland once.
  • Interviewer: If you were in a boyband, what would the band's name be?
  • Ed: Wrong Direction.
  • Interviewer: [Laughs] Wrong Direction, I love that. What's the best piece of advice you've ever received?
  • Ed: Always be nice to people.
  • Interviewer: That's cool. It works out every time. If you could work with any artist in the world, who would it be?
  • Ed: Beyonce. Beyonce. I have worked with her before, but not on an original song.
  • Interviewer: Could you name three things that make you happy right now? This Wednesday.
  • Ed: Uh, my cats. Pictures of my cats. And hearing about my cats. I like my cats. Three things.
  • Interviewer: [Laughs] What's the biggest no-no purchase you've ever bought?
  • Ed: No-no? Astin Martin. Astin Martin, yeah. I only drove it a couple of times.
  • Interviewer: Really?! How much was it?
  • Ed: It wasn't cheap. I feel like, I felt... I got it, and I felt cool. And then I felt like an idiot. I don't think sports cars are for me.
  • Interviewer: Do you still have it?
  • Ed: I do still have it, yeah. I let my manager's wife drive it. She uses it.

anonymous asked:

Your writing is so cool! Love it! may I request some hc for McCree, Hanzo, Genji (separately) to cheer their s/o up? Their so is kinda down and unconfident about their future and ability to do things well(some sort of depression). I'm suffering from depression right now...Thank you!


  • He’ll put his hat on your head
    • Smiling at you
    • “What’s wrong puddin’?”
  • You confess you don’t know what you’re doing
    • Where you’ll go
    • Or if you’d even be good at it
  • He thinks about it for a moment
    • Before pulling you close
    • He reminds you that he’ll be there for you through this
    • Helping you every step of the way


  • He doesn’t even know what he’s doing for the future
    • Having just been along for the ride
    • He hadn’t thought about what he was going to do for a while
  • He’ll confess he feels just as lost sometimes
    • Holding your hand as he looks you in the eyes
    • But it wasn’t all that bad
  • He found you along the ride
    • And he has no intention of leaving you
    • He’ll help you through your future
    • Wanting to see what you can do


  • He has to think about it for a moment
    • Making sure his words are perfect
    • His eyes closed
  • He’ll eventually just take your hands
    • gently rubbing them
    • As he hums
  • Life isn’t something that can be planned well, he says
    • Things happen and you have to be prepared for that
    • But there’s the people around you who can help
    • Such as himself

anonymous asked:

I agree, this is a smart and savvy plan all around. This initial tour gives harry a chance to develop his stage craft on his own on a reasonable scale. People keep talking about how this isnt going to make a ton of money, but that's not even the point right now. Columbia invested a lot in him and their promotion in him reflects that. the primary focus right now is expanding his fanbase and establishing himself as a major star because they're planning for long term success. I'm so proud of him 🤗

Harry, a man who is worth £50 million+ and has signed with a company that is willing to throw $80 million towards his solo career, is not worried about making bank on his first tour.

The way I look at it is a test-run. How will things go? How quickly will tickets sell out? Is what they’re doing with Ticketmaster and the verified codes actually worth it? Is the preorder system through the UK beneficial to the fans? Who is Harry Styles on tour? What’s the best-selling merch? Is having a lot of the venues be 18+ a good idea? Is there a proper amount of personal security for Harry and the band?

There are things that his team need to consider when booking his first tour. And like you said, I’m proud of him for doing it this way. It shows he cares about his career and is willing to take the time to do it right.

He’s got one chance to introduce the world to Harry Styles, solo artist, and he’s taking that quite seriously. It’s a good thing.

anonymous asked:

I'm kinda tired of those top/bottom asks,can we talk about other thing please?I hope we can go back to January,it's more praceful and happier than right now.

I agree that the constant ‘who tops who bottoms’ debate is tiring anon. However, it is important to address some of the problems that are associated with with common fandom stereotypes as fandom reaches a lot of people and can have an impact on real life. And some people’s first experience with the lgbt community can be through fandom, I know mine was before I figured everything out and came out irl. And so trying to explain how certain stereotypes of lgbt couples in fandom can be harmful is important to try and help make it a fun and enjoyable space for everyone