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Y'all when oa is talking to the therapist the first time when he says to take time trying to heal and she says she can’t do that (implying time pressure) he says “I understand. more than you know”. More than u know???? Um Mr therapist sounds rly fuken sketchy and I don’t trust him


“The first draft of my vows - which I wrote the day after we got engaged - clocked in at around seventy pages. But I don’t have them with me today… Here’s what I’ll say, then. The things you have done for me - to help me, support me, surprise me, to make me happy - go above and beyond what any person deserves. You’re all I need. I love you and I like you.” 
“I love you and I like you.” 

In the coming weeks/months: Reblog more fanart, comment on every fic you read, appreciate your friends vocally

We are heartbroken and hurt. Let’s fill our community with love and gratitude for each other. We deserve that. 

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Zoisite standing next to a giant neon sign that says “HAPPY” in the episode where he’ll finally kill Nephrite. I do so love it when the animators enjoy themselves.

remember when dean painfully carried benny’s soul in his goddamn forearm while he hitchhiked to louisiana for FOUR DAYS just to find benny’s body like holy shit

Villains' Endgames in LoK
  • Amon: Eliminate bending, establish equality.
  • Unalaq: Fuse with Vaatu, become the Dark Avatar.
  • Red Lotus: Put an end to government, eliminate the Avatar.
  • Kuvira: Build a giant fucking ROBOT powered by CHAOS and DARKNESS.

I’m super tired right now, but I can’t stop thinking about Karrin Murphy. More specifically, how she’s super good at her job but always gets crap for it. Can you imagine what it’d be like if she had bosses that supported her and weren’t completely horrible practically 24/7? Like, can she just get a job working for the Fringe Department or something?

Actually, no. Murphy would make an amazing Warden, and I can’t believe I’ve never read an AU where she was a wizard too. Like, maybe she was Morgan’s apprentice, constantly making him freak out cause she keeps hanging around that no good dark wizard Dresden. Or Kincaid, god, Morgan would hate that, and it would be so funny.

Last season I NEVER even CONSIDERED the possibility I would ever have to say this but we’re four episodes in to the second season and THIS ISN’T GAY ENOUGH



You know, I always found it super hard to take Threepio seriously when he said he was programmed to understand humans. After all, he’s obnoxious. He’s a know-it-all. He’s constantly interrupting important emotional moments. And then I realized:

He WAS programmed to understand humans.

By a lonely nine-year-old.

He makes so much more sense, with that retrospect.



That set up is DIVINE.

Hotaru: Who would possibly make such a heinous and depraved deal? WHO AMONG US IS SO BASE AND LACKING IN CHARACTER??

Haruka: Well you know gold is only a few shades off from mustard, I think I can make those work.

lost in your sleeve (1/?)

“For a kid with so damn much family these days, he’s still somehow been dealt a shitty hand.” No magic AU where Henry’s just a sad, angry with with a fucked up family tree.

Captain Cobra. (Eventual) Captain Swan.

Notes: The first official chapter! Sorry it took a while. Moving is a pain. But here’s chapter 1, and the next chapter is partly written and it’s all basically sketched out in my head so hopefully the next update won’t take quite so long. Recommended listening is still: Eugene by Sufjan Stevens.

(Shout out to swallowedsong, again, for always responding ‘sure!’ when I ask if she wants to look over something for me, and for generally being encouraging and enthusiastic.) 


Wanna catch up? prologue

chapter 1.



            Regina used to walk him to school everyday. She’d hold his hand as they went, her grip tightening when people would pass by, fake smiles on their faces as they greeted her, an equally forced smile on her own. She was a very powerful woman, his adoptive mother. Important. The kind of important that never forgets itself—that demands that no one else forget it, either. The kind that doesn’t make many friends. She’d hold onto his hand as they walked and as he got older he wondered if she did it for his sake or her own. Who really needed that anchor?

            Maybe it was both of them.

            Emma walked him to school, too, but she kept her distance a bit, only reaching for him to cross the street.

            “I guess you’re probably too old for this, huh?” she’d said once as they walked, her hand soft and unsure around his.

            “I don’t mind,” he’d said, squeezing her hand and smiling.

            She’d smiled back, ruffled his hair before he ran off and into the building, and when he glanced back as he reached the door she was still there, still smiling, still watching him.

            Truthfully, he didn’t need either of them to walk him to school.  He just—

            He just liked it when they did.

            His first Monday at Barrie he walks alone to the dining hall. Sits alone for breakfast, and makes his way by himself to his first class.

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Of course this is less comforting in a minute. OOPS. I wonder what Rei would’ve said if she’d known. Evoke the Outers maybe? YOU KNOW HOW CUDDLY THEY ARE

“Usagi, don’t forget, you have Michiru.”

Usagi just staring at Rei like

Rei shifts her gaze uncomfortably and fades away a little faster.


Not that this line gets me too badly. It’s actually the only one that doesn’t completely work for me. Interestingly, it serves a similar function as Rei’s line about Yuuichiro at D-Point. In both cases, they don’t fit their moment, and that’s because they’re laying groundwork for a different moment entirely. At D-Point, it was so Rei’s last words would echo with Usagi, stopping her from kissing Mamoru before she went to fight Beryl (which I adore, so I suffer the clunkiness of the set-up, though I think Usagi’s decision would’ve worked without being specifically pre-established). Here, it’s to remind the audience that Usagi and Rei (and we) think Mamoru is still around, so when it’s revealed he’s dead, it’ll be (ostensibly) an even more devastating blow. Again though, I don’t think the reminder really needed reminding since it’s been reinforced all season.

So this line just kind of sits there, not feeling very natural, PARTICULARLY because it’s coming from Rei, in the wake of her confronting Usagi and the big reveal that she hasn’t heard from Mamoru at all. The last we heard of the Senshi discussing Mamoru, Ami confirmed that he’d never arrived at the university. That doesn’t exactly lead to the conclusion Rei’s going for right now.

Still, there’s some wiggle room with it. What Rei wants to give Usagi more than anything else is determination. Rei wants to be as certain as she can be that Usagi won’t give up, she needs to give her anything she possibly can to cling to. And it’s kind of great that Rei dangles Mamoru in front of Usagi, in a way. Beyond anything else, Usagi responds REALLY WELL to reward-based structures, so I’m faintly amused that even now, Rei’s relying on what works.

Mostly though, what breaks me here is Rei slipping in one last “idiot”. Said in the most loving way with the saddest smile on her face at how silly Usagi still insists on being. So many people love you, Usagi. Don’t you know by now you’ll never be alone?

Rei’s in so much pain, she’s got to be so tired and hurting. And fucking scared, she’s sixteen years old and DYING. But she hears Usagi being afraid of being alone and all she can do is give her that look, filled with such love, and calling her the same familiar thing she’s been calling her since their beginning. It was a harsher word then, spat in frustration and intended to sting. It’s a caress now, a term of endearment, meant to soothe with comforting familiarity. And that moment exists for Rei and Usagi both, a final memory they share.

Which brings us to the end.