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Top heroes have stories about them from their school days. Most of their stories have one thing in common: Their bodies moved before they had a chance to think. That was true for you, too, wasn’t it?

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I CANNOT WAIT FOR UNCLE JACKSON TO BE IN ACTION ONCE GOT7 GETS TO AUSTRALIA!!!!! HE IS GOING TO GET TO SEE THIS LITTLE CUTIE AND MY HEART IS GOING TO EXPLODEEEE!!!!! © TO MAMA WANG!!!!

when you wake up remembering that you’re supposed to remember something but you don’t remember what it is that you’re supposed to remember

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Hey guys, I’m terribly sorry for the lack of updates lately! I’m moving out of my hometown and everything is a mess, so instead of new art have two old sketches that I posted on twitter and then forgot about lmao

anonymous asked:

okay I get where people are coming from when theorizing peacock!nino ( with the whole eye pattern thing)but where would the brooch even go? with the turtle miraculous he can just put it on his wrist but with the peacock miraculous it'd just be to obvious if he pinned it to his t-shirt

Hey man I get where you’re coming from, the turtle braclet would be an easy fit but

he could also

clip the brooch

there ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

tomanynames  asked:

Any thoughts on LeFou being the gay representation in the new live action Beauty and the Beast? I'm shaken up over it...

I have a lot of thoughts. 

I’m not a huge fan of the idea. I feel like it will be played for laughs, which is outrageously offensive when you consider the film’s history, when you consider Howard Ashman, when you consider the context in which Belle and the Beast were created. I understand where the director got the idea- I believe one of his quotes about it was, “does Lefou want to be Gaston or kiss Gaston?” I don’t necessarily have a problem with the interpretation or even disagree with it. What I have a problem with is it being played as a joke. 

Beauty and the Beast was a film influenced by the life and struggles of a gay man with AIDS. Belle and the Beast are both outcasts, with the Beast hunted and despised. Belle and the Beast get their happy ending. They overcome. Casting a gay character to laugh at and then toss aside at the end, without a happy ending, is bad. Casting that character in this movie is heartbreaking. If it had been Cogsworth, Lumiere or Mrs. Potts, I’d be thrilled. 

However, I reserve some hope. The director claims it pays off in the end in an “exclusively gay moment”. Does this mean the pay off will be LeFou’s happy ending? Will LeFou get a moment of happiness, the moment of happiness Belle and the Beast are rewarded with? A moment of finding a place where he is loved and accepted? Perhaps LeFou will find happiness. Anything less is tragic. 

Beauty and the Beast is my all-time favorite movie. It means more to me than I can express. As a child, seeing myself as a reading oddball reflected in Belle who became a literal princess, inspired me. All children deserve to see themselves reflected as a hero, as a princess, as someone deserving of a happy ending. Especially in this film, in Howard Ashman’s film. 

But in the end- my thoughts don’t matter. Tell me, followers. What do you think?

it’s 6am and I’m having a breakdown because I finally put on paper some very rough sketches for the first pages of my comics and I love my story and my characters so much I’m so freaking excited to soon present them all to the world

Iain’s a really good singer, who plays Fitz. He’ll never admit it, but I’ve heard him humming before.
—  Chloe Bennet, Entertainment Tonight
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lying is the most fun a girl can have without taking her clothes off // panic! at the disco

DID YOONGI REALLY GIVE JIN ONE OF HIS SK TELECOM GIFTCARDS FOR CHRISTMAS?!?!

I can’t wait to be united with my fire boi today

(happy release day!!)