i'm pretty sure there a better one out there

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So instead of doing anything else, I got obsessed with the Howls Moving Castle AU.  

MBTI Types as lines from my 8th grade school camp journal
  • INTJ: "My friends said I was most likely to become a science teacher after we graduate - WHAT'S THAT SUPPOSED TO MEAN? I'm so concerned."
  • INTP: "We took a group photo and guess what I still hate photos"
  • ENTJ: "The popular people at the back are being SO LOUD and talking about stuff I really don't want to hear."
  • ENTP: "Also, there are communal bathrooms- that's right, COMMUNAL BATHROOMS."
  • INFJ: "It's raining. What a surprise."
  • INFP: "What is it with school camp co-ordinators and weird names. This guy is called Brock? Like Brocolli? (I'm sorry if that's a legit name people call their kids)"
  • ENFJ: "At grade 5 camp, I'm pretty sure one of the co-ordinators was called 'Wedge'."
  • ENFP: "Anyway, on the bright side, I didn't step on dog shit today."
  • ISTJ: "Seriously, all due respect, but I feel like this camp's trying to be stereotypical."
  • ISFJ: "To make things even better, our cabin is right next to the toilets."
  • ESTJ: "My room highkey stinks."
  • ESFJ: "People in my cabin were talking about man-boobs so I just tuned out....at least they're getting along."
  • ISTP: "I was smart enough to put my sleeping bag on my bed upside-down."
  • ISFP: "YAY WE'RE EATING"
  • ESTP: "We went on this night walk and half our year got totally lost."
  • ESFP: "Eva just pointed out that, maybe for the first time ever, Karen is wearing a seatbelt."

anonymous asked:

Hi, I have a question : how do I know if I'm ace? For example if I have never kissed someone how do I know I don't like to kiss someone? Maybe is a stupid question but I'm new on this blog

hi anon,

“how do i know if i’m ____?” is a very common question that many people ask themself and / or others at one point or another and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. despite being a common question, the answer to that question isn’t a simple one and will differ from person to person because there is no one “true” answer, imho. the following is just my longwinded personal opinion.

before i attempt to answer your question

i’d like to point out that whether you like or don’t like kissing is not an indication of whether you’re ace or not. if you don’t like kissing then you simply don’t like kissing, which can be true for someone of any orientation. similarly, someone of any orientation can like kissing, including aces.

replace “kissing” with “sex” and the same is still true.

different people define asexuality differently because it means different things to different people, but imho asexuality is no different from other sexual orientations in that it’s descriptive of who someone is or isn’t (potentially) sexually attracted to and says nothing about the actions one finds enjoyable (or not). besides, a person doesn’t have to be sexually attracted to someone for kissing (or sex) to be enjoyable and a lack of sexual attraction is not required for kissing (or sex) to be something you don’t like.

while it’s certainly true that there are aces who do not like kissing and / or sex, for whom their experience with kissing and / or sex and disliking it (or worse) may be intrinsically connected to their asexuality / how they came to identify as ace, i hope that a lack of experience will not detour you from identifying as ace if you think that you might be ace. 

to answer your question (finally)

how do you know if you’re ace? the same way that i myself and countless others know that they’re ace: “ace”, “asexual”, “gray asexual”, “demisexual”, etc resonate with you and you feel comfortable enough describing yourself (or being referred to by others) as such enough to identify as such. in other words, you adopt that word / identity for yourself because you decide for yourself that that’s who you are.

there is nothing that qualifies you (or disqualifies you) as ace.
there is no surefire way to know whether or not you’re ace.
there is no way to know beyond a shadow of a doubt that you will never experience sexual attraction even if you have yet to experience it.

hell, sometimes it can be difficult to know whether or not you’ve ever experienced sexual attraction to some degree or in some way. sometimes it’s simply impossible to know for sure and yet other times you may not even be sure what the hell this “sexual attraction” even is.

and that’s okay.
all of that is okay.

every single one of us lives in the present, not the future nor the past. uncertainty is natural. you do not need to know anything for certain. furthermore, you do not need to know how you may feel in the future to identify as something now because it feels right to do so now. even if you were to identify as ace (or anything else) now, but in the future something were to change for you that makes ace (or anything else) less relevant or comfortable for you, that’s okay. use whatever word(s) / identity(/ies) feel right for you at the time and discard the ones that don’t. every experience you have (or don’t have) is valid regardless of whether that experience changes for you later in life. there’s absolutely no reason to hold one’s breath for future possibilities that may never come, simply roll with them if they do.

tl;dr because i’m longwinded as hell

if the thought that you might be ace resonates with you, why not try it on for size? in other words, try identifying as ace (even if only internally to yourself) and see how it makes you feel now. don’t worry about the future. if you happen to find that ace feels “right” or comfortable for you now, then hey! you might be ace. sometimes it’s not actually a matter of “knowing” whether you’re ace or not, but rather deciding if “ace” is meaningful as a word / identity for you. no one knows you better than you know yourself and sometimes it’s difficult to know anything for sure and that’s okay. just roll with your feelings, figure out things as you go and use whatever word(s) / identity(/ies) happen to feel right for you / be helpful. i’m pretty sure that that’s what all of us are doing. :)

Surprise!

I can’t figure out if I wanna write battle malec or not so in the meantime, have some unsolicited jimon (with like .02 seconds of clizzy).


Jace knocked on the door to his brother’s office. 

“Come in,” Alec shouted.

“Are you busy?” Jace asked as he entered.

“Always,” Alec replied, looking up from his tablet. “What can I do for you?”

Jace stayed by the door. “I need help. But, it isn’t urgent. I can come back some other time, if now is a bad time.”

Alec looked back down at his tablet and pointed to the chair across the desk from him. “Close the door and sit.”

Jace pulled the door closed and crossed the room. He sat down across from the person he trusted most in the universe and blurted out, “How do I tell if someone I might like is hitting on me?”

Alec raised an eyebrow but didn’t look up. “Finally moving on from Clary?”

“Yeah,” Jace answered, running his hand through his hair. “Though, I will never get over the fact that it was Izzy who took her from me.”

“None of us saw that coming,” Alec agreed. “But, why are you asking me for girl advice? I literally have less than no experience with-”

“It’s not a girl,” Jace interrupted.

That caught Alec’s attention. He looked shocked, then confused, then perplexed, and finally understanding. He nodded and pushed his tablet aside, leaning across the desk to look Jace in the eye.

“How long has this been going on?”

Jace shrugged. “It just kinda hit me. I was thinking about how suddenly Clary just decided she wanted Izzy. And I wondered if it was really that easy to just swing so full force the other way, and then his face came to mind and I haven’t been able to shake it since.”

And now you are trying to figure out if he feels the same way about you?”

Jace nodded. “I’m just so used to being the aggressor, you know?”

Alec snorted. “Yeah, I’m aware.”

“But, I think this time I might be out of my depth.” Jace got up and started to pace. “I don’t have any idea how to flirt with a guy, much less a vampire…”

“Vampire?” Alec repeated. “The guy you like, is a vampire?”

Jace stopped. “Did I not tell you I was talking about Simon?”

Alec’s look said all Jace needed to know. He took up pacing again. 

Alec got up from his chair and walked around the desk, sitting on it and watching his parabatai. 

“Are you sure Simon is even-” Alec searched for the right word.

“No,” Jace answered miserably. “I don’t even know if what I’m feeling is real or if I’m just that bad at being single.”

Alec fiddled mindlessly with the ‘B’ ring of Magnus’ he was wearing. “I suppose there’s really only one way to find out.”

“Please don’t tell me I have to talk to him. I don’t know if I can handle that.”

“I’m pretty sure he’ll be at my engagement party this weekend,” Alec continued, ignoring his brother’s anxious pleas. “No better time to find out.”

“I hate you.”

anonymous asked:

do you believe some are meant to be alone whether they want to be or not? and they should just deal with it? pretty sure i'm one of those people.

I think there’s someone out there for everyone, but that if you obsess too much over needing to find ‘the one’ that it can be counterproductive. 

Be yourself. Do things you enjoy. Talk to the people doing those same things and befriend them if you like them. It’s much better to end up falling in love with someone you honestly like as a person and as a friend than trying to force yourself to fall in love with a series of people who aren’t right for you. 

Really, just don’t try to find ‘the one’. Be yourself, and try to be happy in being yourself. If you are upset over the fact that you don’t have someone, and are desperately trying to find someone, and trying desperately to keep someone, even if it means changing yourself, then you’re never going to be happy. 

My personal thoughts on all of the Nicktoons (so far as of May 2017)
  • Doug: Cute, sweet show. I love it. Sad how it tends to be labeled as "boring" now- it's still a great show. And of course it kicked off the whole "slice-of-life cartoons" trend so that's pretty cool. And yes, I did like the Disney version. But it's nowhere near as good as the Nick version.
  • Rugrats: Probably one of my favorite cartoons ever. Funny, clever, great characters, great music, great '90s aesthetics, and Klasky-Csupo's style is perfect. One of THE best Nicktoons..too bad it got dumbed down in 2001. Ugh...it was such a great show and then I don't know what happened there. Rugrats in Paris should've been the finale. But...even the later episodes are better than it's spin-offs.
  • The Ren and Stimpy Show: While I'm not the biggest fan of most gross-out shows, I LOVE this one. I'm pretty much with Mr. Enter on how most gross-out cartoons seem to be TRYING to be R&S but rarely getting it right. The characters are hilarious and it's so weird, it's funny. But the less about Adult Party Cartoon; the better.
  • Rocko's Modern Life: Amazing show and I'm really excited for the TV movie...whenever that's coming out. I love the visual style, the music, the characters, and I'm sure I love it even more as an adult than I did as a kid (and I did love it as a kid)
  • Aaahh!!! Real Monsters: Another great show (really, Nick was at it's highest point in the '90s, but the early-to-mid '90s especially). Love the characters, the intentionally ugly style...it's just great. Shame it tends to be so underrated.
  • Hey Arnold!: One of the greatest cartoons ever and probably the best Nicktoon ever. I love how it never tried to shy away from more mature themes that other kids' shows wouldn't try touching and it did a great job at it. Looking forward to the Jungle Movie, and of course...Helga was the best.
  • KaBlam!: I loved it as a kid. As an adult, I REALLY wonder why. The wraparounds try way too hard to be "hip", just akwardly shoehorning in references attempting to be the next TTA or Animaniacs, but falling completely flat. Characters were annoying but the voice acting was awesome. I do need to give the show credit for making me a ska fan. Most of the individual shorts kind of sucked but Action League Now! was hilarious and The Off-Beats was cute. And of course...
  • Life With Loopy: Yes I had to give this it's own mention because it's just that good. Nick really needs to give this one it's own series because the campy and surreal nature mixed with the overall sweetness was just a perfect blend, and the animation style was pretty awesome. The title character is just so perfect and so underrated. And I LOVE how aesthetically '90s the whole show is.
  • The Angry Beavers: Another one that's pretty underrated. I always really loved this show. I love all the banter and ad-libbing between Norbert and Daggett. And the music was great. I still listen to "Beaver Fever" and "I Think I Like You" now and again (also...Salem and Zim as beavers. How could you go wrong there?)
  • CatDog: Everyone hates this show but I really loved it. I love the character designs, CatDog themselves, and the theme song is NEVER going to leave my head. Sure, it's no Rocko or Hey Arnold!, but it's still a funny show.
  • Oh Yeah! Cartoons: Unlike KaBlam!, this one had different shorts in every episode rather than just four main short series, so it would take too long to go over all of them (not to mention that a good chunk of them aren't even online!). A lot of the shorts on this show were really funny and had some great visual styles. And Mina and the Count still needs a TV show.
  • The Wild Thornberrys: Really loved this show; I was the "animal kid" in my class so obviously I really liked this one. I just really love Klasky-Csupo. The movie was awesome and so was the show.
  • SpongeBob Squarepants: One of the funniest cartoons ever. While it got annoying seeing it become a schedule clog, the earlier episodes are still great. I heard that it got itself out of seasonal rot (look, let's pretend most of what came in-between the movie and the second movie never happened), but I rarely watch Nick anymore so I wouldn't know. Let's hope so.
  • Rocket Power: Not one of my favorites as a kid or as an adult (I wasn't really into the extreme sports craze), but my friends really liked it so I watched it with them and yeah, I enjoyed what I saw. It does have it's funny moments and while it's incredibly cheesy and way too late '90s/early 2000s that it hurts, it's a fun watch just for the cheese.
  • As Told By Ginger: A great show that I don't think I really appreciated enough until I got older. I guess I was just a LITTLE too young when it was new and by the time I was older and getting more into it...the show got cancelled. It's a really great show and one of Nick's best slice-of-life shows.
  • The Fairly OddParents: Really funny...for the first four seasons. S5 was when it started to slip and everything after that just got worse and worse. I still have fond memories of watching the older seasons and they're still good...but let's hope that jump to Nicktoons meant something.
  • Invader Zim: Great show, great animation, great character designs...did NOT deserve to be screwed over. I'm really looking forward to the TV movie. But...while I do love GIR (though he's not my #1 favorite character), the whole Hot Topic worship of GIR was pretty annoying. Let's face it- 2006/2007 on the internet was a bad time.
  • ChalkZone: Really cute. Admittedly I like the worldbuilding elements and characters a little more than the actual episodes (I did love all of S1 though; I think it was the best season), it's still great. S4 was...not the best though. From what we know about the canned S5, it was probably gonna be a lot better but...Nick had to be Nick. Let us have S5, already. And really- why didn't we get a ton of Snap merchandise?
  • The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Good show but I liked the movie more. Had some really funny moments and is so aesthetically early 2000s that it's pretty fun looking back on.
  • My Life as a Teenage Robot: Loved this one and I wish it got more recognition. Jenny was absolutely adorable and she was a hero to me as a kid (okay, looking back...I'm sure I had a crush on Jenny). Sad that the network treated it like shit.
  • All Grown Up!: The special was good. The first season was pretty good. After that I felt like I was reading glorified Rugrats fanfic. All it was really was "Ginger Lite" as ATBG was dealing with the heavier stuff while this was all the leftover stuff. Rugrats was great and had an interesting premise. AGU! was more of the same.
  • Danny Phantom: This was the last Nicktoon I REALLY loved as a kid. A really good show that could've gotten even more awesome had it's own creator not fucked it up. Ugh...I want a revival but PLEASE let it be by Steve Marmel and not Butch. Also Sam was like...my hero...as a preteen. And I've got tons of purple and black in my wardrobe (and the same purple lipstick) now that may or may not have been influenced by her (well, that and/or the fact that those are my favorite colors anyway). Like many others...I totally had a crush on Danny as a kid.
  • Avatar the Last Airbender: Okay, admittedly...I was never into this show. But I praise it for it's themes, animation, story...while I personally couldn't get into it, it still is a great show and probably the last really good Nicktoon for a while. And yeah- we don't talk about that movie.
  • Catscratch: I didn't really see enough of it but what I saw I liked. Wanted to see more but it came and went really fast.
  • The Xs: While the previews for it looked pretty good, I...did not like it. I watched it when it premiered and everything but it was a letdown. Felt like they were trying WAY too hard to make their own version of The Incredibles but with Erin Esurance-esque animation. Voice acting was great though (I noticed that Wendie Malick was the saving grace for TWO bad 2005 cartoons)
  • El Tigre: Okay this was RIGHT around the time I was starting to lose interest/outgrow Nickelodeon. Had a great premise and could've been a really good show and I was looking forward to it, but it felt like tons of other flash cartoons at the time and the voice acting could've been a lot better (great talents- direction-wise though...). Maybe if I were a younger kid when it came out, I would've liked it more, but...it was annoying. But the creator has made some other great stuff and I STILL need to see The Book of Life. I'm kicking myself for not seeing it in the theaters due to my work and college schedule.
  • Tak and the Power of JuJu: Didn't play the games but I already knew the franchise was pretty much dying by the time the show came out. It was awful. And we never heard from Tak again...
  • Back at the Barnyard: The movie had it's problems but was at least watchable. The show was just annoying and unfunny.
  • The Mighty B!: Unpopular opinion, but...I really loved this show. It has problems, but there was something about it I couldn't hate. Bessie was just such a great character. Wasn't a big fan of the grossout elements but otherwise it was really funny. Not a great show, but I was entertained enough.
  • Rugrats Pre-School Daze: YES THIS IS A REAL SHOW. Ugly art style (I'm pissed that K-C didn't use their signature style and went for something more "cutesy"; it just looked awful), bland writing, and really not a very interesting series. No wonder why it only lasted four episodes and didn't even air in the US until 2008 after all the episodes were released direct-to-video as bonus features on those Tales of the Crib DVDs (the less about them, the better). All it felt like was a desperate attempt to keep a dying franchise alive.
  • The Penguins of Madagascar: I was pretty neutral to the Madagascar franchise- saw the first movie in theaters and it was alright; wasn't dying to see the sequels so I never did. The show however never did anything for me.
  • Fanboy and Chum Chum: While I was already losing interest in Nick around 2005-2007, this was right around the time where I was officially done. I was a teenager at this point and not into this stuff anymore, but I stuck around for the old SpongeBob or FOP rerun and well...guilty pleasure Mighty B!. Then they changed the logo. And then this show came out. God...it was SO annoying. Annoying theme song, annoying characters...animation style would've worked a lot better if it was in 2D rather than CGI; it just fell way too deep into the uncanny valley for me. I wouldn't say this was the final nail in the coffin for me though; it was definitely the logo change.
  • T.U.F.F. Puppy: Didn't like it. Jokes weren't that funny. I did love the character designs though.
  • Planet Sheen: Sheen didn't need a spinoff. This was one of the worst ideas ever.
  • Kung-Fu Panda Legends of Awesomeness: Liked the first movie (I need to watch it again), haven't seen the sequels but I should. Was bored with the TV show.
  • TMNT: Haven't seen it but I've heard nothing but good things about it. Maybe I should check it out.
  • The Legend of Korra: Heard it was pretty good, but as I wasn't really into Avatar I probably wouldn't be too interested.
  • Robot and Monster: Never saw.
  • Monsters vs. Aliens: Saw the movie and it was...alright. Didn't think it was warranting of a TV series. Didn't watch it.
  • Sanjay and Craig: Saw some of it while waiting for another show to come and...I never wanted to watch it again. Not a fan of the character designs and it was really unfunny. But it's better than Breadwinners.
  • Rabbids Invasion: I did like the Rabbids games as a preteen but...by this time, I don't think they were that popular anymore. Didn't watch it. How is it still running?
  • Breadwinners: Worst Nicktoon ever (so far). Ugly characters, awful animation, shitty writing...how did this get greenlit? Nick...just because "it's for kids" doesn't mean "we can half-ass it"
  • Harvey Beaks: What's this? A GOOD NICKTOON? Yes- it's such a cute show with cute character designs, really nice animation...it's got a nice, nostalgic feel to it while also feeling like something brand new that Nick hasn't done. I'm pissed that it was screwed over.
  • Pig Goat Banana Cricket: Like Monsters, I like how it's "intentionally ugly" and some of the jokes/line delivery managed to be pretty funny, but is otherwise pretty meh to me overall. I'd like it more if I were seven, because hey, that's the show's target audience.
  • The Loud House: I'm glad it has positive representation (thank you for including gay parents in one of your shows, Nick!), but otherwise it's just too bland and cliched for me. Nice character designs; animation could be better. Again, I'd probably like it more if I were in the target audience.
  • Bunsen is a Beast!: Haven't watched it. Don't plan on it, either.

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anonymous asked:

I'm sorry I know youre not currently accepting asks and feel free to just delete this one but I'm just gonna go ahead and take a chance anyway because i kind of need it... My birthday was yesterday and everything ended up pretty horribly and I'm just pretty lonely, and I was just wondering if you could maybe write something comforting with Yoosung...? Once again feel free to just delete this, I just thought I'd take my chances since your Yoosung one-shots always makes me feel better

Aw, darling, I’m so sorry that happened, birthdays are meant to be your special day so I’m incredibly sorry it didn’t work out that way. I hope you have much better days ahead of you! 

I drew a little Yoosung/MC to help cheer you up! I’m sure he’d do everything he could to cheer you up, as will I.

Anyhow, yes you are right, I’m not taking requests but I’ll make an exception to hopefully help make your day a little brighter! 

Let me know if there’s anything else I can do, you can pm me and I’ll send you positivity galore, and some feel-good shows/movies/music!

Speaking of music the song that’ll be used in this special prompt is For the Longest Time by Billy Joel the link is here if you’d like to check it out! 

I’m always here to help out in any way I can, so don’t hesitate if you need anything darling! I hope this helps <3

Anyhow, here is the prompt!

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Your day, to say the least, had been dreadful.

You had opened the door to your quaint little home, a low huff slipping from your lips, feeling as if cinderblocks dragged behind you with each and every step you took.

Your husband, Yoosung noticed quickly. 

He had rushed to greet you, going to wrap you in his arms when he caught the bother drenching your expression.

“MC…?” He followed you to your seat on the sofa, your body sinking into the cushions. “What’s wrong?”

You scrunched up your nose, folding your arms across your chest. “I…I just had a really hard day.” 

“Oh, I’m so sorry, is there anything I can do?” He took your hand, squeezing it affectionately. “How about we order out tonight? I’ll order your favorite stuff!” 

You shrugged. “If you want.” 

“That bad?” 

You nodded. 

“Then I guess I better do something pretty great.” He laughed lightly standing up. “I’ll find something, don’t worry!” 

“Yoosung, you don’t have to-” 

He pressed a fond kiss to your head, beaming. “I know, but I want to.” 

You smiled just a tad.

He was a star in the murky night sky.

He was a bright, shooting star.

Yoosung ran off into the bedroom, assuring you he’d be back in no time, his eyes lit like a flame with ideas. 

And so, you waited, your mind slowly becoming more and more excited at what he may do. 

And eventually, he did come back, entwining your fingers with his, pulling you from the sofa, spinning you about as he did the most peculiar thing.

He began to sing. 

His voice was light and melodic, a smile engraved on his face as he began.

“Oh, oh, oh                                                                                                                          For the longest time                                                                                                          Oh, oh, oh                                                                                                                          For the longest time” 

“Yoosung what’re you-” You couldn’t help but break out into small bits of laughter, hastily trying to follow your husband’s steps as he lead you about, keeping you close.

As if you were the most precious treasure. 

“If you said goodbye to me tonight                                                                                  There would still be music left to write                                                                            What else could I do                                                                                                         I’m so inspired by you                                                                                                   That hasn’t happened for the longest time”

You buried your head in the crook of his neck, trying to hide the red that burst onto your cheeks.

And yet he continued to sing, his voice gentle and fond towards you, arms wound about you like wings.

“Once I thought my innocence was gone                                                                        Now I know that happiness goes on                                                                              That’s when you found me                                                                                              When you put your arms around me                                                                             I haven’t been there for the longest time”

As he sang the chorus again, he lifted you up, embracing you as he twirled you, setting you down as you ruffled his hair in your fingertips.

“Yoosung!” 

“Are you smiling? I think I even heard you giggle!” He exclaimed. “Does that mean it’d helped?”

You peppered his face in kisses, feeling a warmth take the place of the heaviness in your chest.

He began to sing once again, this time louder and more joyful, as though a bell chiming brightly. 

And despite all that occurred, he somehow made you feel brighter than the sun.

For in his eyes, you were his sun.

“I’m that voice you’re hearing in the hall                                                                          And the greatest miracle of all                                                                                        Is how I need you                                                                                                             And how you needed me too                                                                                          That hasn’t happened for the longest time” 

anonymous asked:

I think the movie would have been better if the other ninja had at least some development (I mean they set it up like Zane was going to be struggling with being a robot and Jay was going to try to ask Nya out or smth). They could definitely have cut out some long jokes as well as made the two Garmadon attacks on the city just one and instead developed the other ninja. Other than that I'm not sure what would have made it better except maybe the ninja being nicer to Lloyd halfway through the movie

[[Yes, the main focus should’ve been the relationship of the ninja with each other and the Garmadon angst as a side thing. I’m pretty sure most people expected that to be what it is, but unfortunately, each ninja is watered down to 5 lines each I’m sure. (Except Lloyd, but that’s a given.)

BTS!Firefly crossover AU // Jimin Park - The Shepherd

“I’ve been out of the Abbey two days. I’ve beaten a lawman senseless, fallen in with criminals, and watched the captain shoot the man I swore to protect. I’m not even sure if I think it was wrong.”

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Inspired by my current computer troubles: the DJD as those asshole techs

Tarn: Fixed the problem in 3 clicks, monologuing all the while about how simple this is. You did the exact same thing earlier, and suspect your computer just likes Tarn’s voice better. You’re still about to die of shame, but you kinda wanna try killing him first.

Tesaurus: Always steals the cookies from the break room, but since he always is playing with his knife collection like some people play with fidget spinners, no one says anything. Types so fast you suspect he has a second set of hands.

Helex: That guy who wears a sweater in the middle of August and complains about being cold. Runs like a furnace and INSISTS on leaning over you when he works instead of just taking your chair like you offered.

Kaon: Legally blind, has a seeing eye dog. No one knows how the fuck that works, especially since the dog is just always chewing on spare cables, desk legs, people’s legs… Great at solving hardware problems, but tends to end overclocking the system or just straight up shorting it out.

Vos: That guy who INSISTS that you change your operating system, web browser, etc. His Linux system might be brilliant but you have no idea what the fuck anything means. Weirdly fond of Internet Explorer even though it’s a piece of shit.

Nickel: Long suffering secretary/nurse. What do tech guys even do that they need someone with medical training?!

Bonus Pharma: Volunteered at a charity clinic to try and make himself look better, but now he’s stuck on the graveyard shift and can’t do anything else. Has the worst luck with computers, but the only ones around to help are the DJD assholes. He’s pretty sure they’re price gouging him, but what else can he do?

anonymous asked:

I'm pretty sure "Jake the Yeerk Killer" is some creepypasta shit that some loser hanging out in a pool made up one day. Basically there's this guy named Jake the Yeerk Killer and he has a hook for a hand and one day some sub-visser heard scraping sounds on the outside of their shuttle and they looked outside but didn't see anything, but then when they landed jake door hand hook shuttle bay door

  • what she says: I'm fine
  • what she means: Rose and Kanaya getting married may, in fact, be the best thing I have ever seen in any media. Not only did the lesbians not die in the comic, which happens way too often, but they actually had an on screen wedding. It wasn't awkward, it wasn't ruined, it was a happy celebration for the romantic bond between two women. To make it better, it was the one relationship that had an actual marriage scene, and the relationship was a lesbian couple. It wasn't erased, it wasn't sexual, it wasn't dramatic, it was just a happy marriage scene, and everyone looked happy (and I'm pretty sure Roxy was crying out of joy). Nothing bad happened. No sadness, no (het) jealousy, non of that, just happiness and love. The lesbian couple wasn't erased and/or ignored in the end, and was in fact the main one focused on, the fandom is losing their shit over it, and now they are each others wives. As a lesbian, I am beyond happy about that scene. I've never been more happy about two panels of a credit roll in my life.
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 Prompt from loonyloopy : Cullen/Quizzie in the snow. 

After searching for the Inquisitor, Cullen ends up taking a bold step forward. 

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Cullen urged his horse onwards, his eyes narrowed against the blinding white of endless snow. Having Skyhold surrounded by mountain may have been a wise tactical move but it made it bloody impossible to find the Inquisitor when she went wandering. He called out to her again. His own voice echoed back.

With another curse, he followed the set of tracks that zig-zagged towards the summit. Halfway to the top, he abandoned the mount, not wanting to strain the poor creature.

“Inquisitor!” he yelled through cupped hands.

Anxiety gnawed up through his gut towards his heart. If she was alone… These mountains were still relatively unknown—caves, pitfalls, unseen crevices: never mind the risk of bears or brigands.

Maker’s breath; why had no one gone with her?!

Cullen scaled the mountain as fast as his legs could push, his armor jangling in his ears with every step. How long had she been gone? He’d carried her near-frozen body once already. He didn’t have the strength to do it again.

Inquisitor!

He reached the peak with heaving lungs. The whiteness of the valley blinded him. He called to her again. Agonizing heartbeats passed.

“Cullen?”

It was a faint whisper barely heard over the wind. He half-wondered if he’d heard the sound at all.

There.

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Jarbie Appreciation Week: [Day 6] → Favorite happy scene
2.10 || The Fall

-Are you having second thoughts? 
-Not about leaving. No.
-About what?
-We met because of the dome. And we never really talked about
you and me out in the world.
-Julia. Hey. I want you in my life
whether we end up in Zenith or wherever.
That's a promise that I can keep.
-Good.

the-sparkly-pastel-skeleton-dea  asked:

Okay so for reunion falls.. I was thinking... how would Dipper react to Ford tryin to pull "havin' a twin is shit you should ditch Mabel and be my apprentice" bit, because Dipper already lives in Gravity Falls, and since Ford's kickin Stan out (is that still happening in this au? I assume it is), then Dipper might end up livin with Ford anyway? Idk I'm just wonderin

i actually wrote a LOT of stuff about this pretty recently. as far as ford kicking stan out goes, im actually not sure abt that one, since stan DOES have a kid to raise and i feel like ford would be at least a little sympathetic to that. but anyway, remember what i wrote for the last mabelcorn? mabel and ford are on better terms in this au, and share a certain kinship around having both been targeted by bill. that being said, here’s what i thought of for that conversation:

ford invites dip along for the alien hunt, and doesn’t exactly offer dipper the chance to be his apprentice, but is impressed with his adventuring skills and the fact that dipper has been training in the art of mystery solving for years. au dipper is quite a bit braver than canon dipper after all, and quicker to spring into action right after ford. theres still a bit of hesitation involved, and when ford praises him for his courage, he laughs and remarks that mabel would’ve jumped right away without any thought. ford then confides in dipper that although mabel uses her heart before her head, he can still see how scared she is inside and thinks it would be best for mabel to return home and cease connection with gravity falls, because he’s seen first-hand how much bill has hurt her already and he doesn’t want it to get any worse. he also tells dipper that he can tell mabel’s heart isn’t in any kind of study or quest for knowledge like he is, she’s just a kid having fun, and he can tell that its mostly because she wants to impress dipper and it might be better for her to focus her energy on her own interests, which can’t happen if she stays in gravity falls. dipper reluctantly agrees, saying that he’s always sort of worried about the same thing. of course, this is the part that mabel hears over the walkie-talkie.

for all that mabel and ford’s relationship is better, he still sees her as a child while he sees dipper as more of an equal. he warns dipper that letting mabel become dependent on him, or he on her, is a bad idea, because one day they’re going to have to go their separate ways, and mabel might not be able to handle it (implying that she’ll do something drastic to keep him around, like stan did to him).

so in rfalls its less “ditch your annoying twin and come hang out with me” and more that he’s genuinely worried about her, but he still does his fair share of projecting on dipper (the kid is even more like him than in canon!) and sees him as the stronger twin. to mabel, who’s already freaking out enough about possibly having to go back home without her brother or any of her friends, hearing that her family doesnt believe in her and thinks it might be best for her to leave is a huge blow.

The Maze Runner Movie review (minimal spoilers if you've read the series)
  • <b> <b></b> </b> First things first, I'm disappointed with the movie. I had such great expectations of the movie, I guess they were too high. The movie's adaptation to the book was far off in my opinion and I can totally understand if it was technological limitations or budgets etc but there are important things that were changed/skipped and there is no denying that.<p><b></b> 1) Newt doesn't call Thomas "Tommy"<p><b></b> While I knew this for awhile now, I could never understand why. It's something so small and so easily done, so why not? And this part is so significant for The Death Cure so I really hope they'll change that soon.<p><b></b> 2) Thomas' dreams<p><b></b> In the series, thomas does not dream of WCKED. He thinks about Ben or Theresa, not flashbacks of fricking WCKED.<p><b></b> 3) Theresa's presence<p><b></b> I felt like Theresa was in the movie for the sake of being there. She was just there to trigger Thomas' memories. There was no development in relationship or anything at all.<p><b></b> 4) Zero relationship and character development.<p><b></b> Other than Chuck's small part with Thomas, there was literally no development in the characters.<p><b></b> 5) Alby.<p><b></b> The part about Alby *coughs*, it wasn't right. It wasn't justified. He deserved more than that.<p><b></b> 6) Gally vs Newt.<p><b></b> I was waiting for the part where Newt would stand up and really be the leader of who he was, The Glue and all, but it ended up with Gally taking charge like where did that even come from?<p><b></b> 7) The way the maze was solved/cracked.<p><b></b> I felt like this part was important in building the trust between Theresa, Minho, Newt and Thomas but the entire part was changed into something totally different.<p><b></b> I'm pretty sure I missed out some stuff. To clarify, there were parts that I love and give kudos to but I feel like it was a bad adaptation of the book. I feel like I'm the only one thinking this way but I would like to know how you guys think? I'm literally hoping TST to be better.<p><b></b> (Feel free to talk to me about this bc I really wanna know what you guys think)<p><p>
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Swan Queen Appreciation Week: Day Seven

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