i got really emotional making this!!!

jennypigalle  asked:

I think I just scrolled through your whole dash? Like, I literally spent almost an hour here and it's so good and I kinda want more. I can't get enough of this, and I will absolutely make some of these into fics at some point. It's so good and funny!

so glad these stupid posts could inspire you in some way!!


I just got hit by this realization.

Eugene is telling this as a bedtime story to their kids.

Like, all I could imagine is this adorable little brown haired kid with green eyes sitting in bed watching as he makes this really dramatic face, and begins

“This is the story of how I died!”

and they look a little scared, so he quickly goes

“Don’t worry, this is actually a very fun story and the truth is, it isn’t even mine. This is the story of a girl named Rapunzel and it starts with the sun.”

And they both look at Rapunzel real quick because, hey, Mom’s in the story, great!

And by the end they’re both teasing each other and making sappy faces and the kid’s giggling and half asleep and

“There you go, kiddo. That’s the story of how we met. Sweet dreams, sunshine. Tomorrow night we’re gonna tell you the story of how your Aunt Elsa froze her entire fucking country because of her emotional issues.”



My favorite experience on the internet was the time I saw a lesbian on a doctor who forum make a thread about her desire to see “a lesbian dalek.” There was this one dude who got SO ANGRY about it that she and a bunch of other users pulled up a bunch of references proving that Daleks have a concept of gender and use gendered language to identify one another, and how some Daleks (like the Cult of Skaro) are designed to understand and weaponize human emotion, and made this really compelling argument that a lesbian Dalek could exist without violating any of the show’s canon

And the dude just got like really upset and was finally like “HOW WOULD SHE KNOW WHICH OTHER DALEKS ARE WOMEN, THEY ALL WEAR IDENTICAL CASINGS” and this one poster who hadn’t said anything up to this point just said “you know other species besides daleks have women too” and he literally just responded with “AAAAAAAAARGH”

The best part though was that this dude clearly read every single thread on the board (and corrected everyone who said anything about anything), so this lady would occasionally mention her “lesbian Dalek OC” in passing and within a few hours he’d show up with an all-caps, multi-paragraph, misspelled, profanity-laden rant about how there can’t be a lesbian Dalek and how she should stop punishing him for “being a heterosexual”


It’s the fact that I could become a part of GOT7. Since I passed the audition, I had spent only 7 months as a trainee and then was immediately added to the members of GOT7 in order to begin the preparation routine for our debut. Up to that time I had never danced once in my life, so it was very hard to keep up with other members who had been preparing for the debut since a long time ago. That’s why I feel really lucky to be as I’m now - being able to do activities as a member of GOT7” - Choi Youngjae


iconic f(x) performance: ‘started from the bottom’ - LA chA TA in the rain 

Okay i just got really really emotional about this STUPID INSIGNIFICANT IMAGE in the titles???

Like yeah, we’ve all seen it before, it’s the kids getting off the bus for the first time in Gravity Falls, and it’s on the screen for like two seconds. But it really makes you remember that this isn’t their home, y’know?  Honestly it just hit me like a ton of bricks–there was a point in time when Gravity Falls, when Candy and Grenda, when Ford and Stan were never a part of their lives, and never even significant.

Yet now, the kids have grown so attached to Gravity Falls that both are completely heartbroken at the prospect of leaving. (As we all are)

Can you imagine it though? These two kids, packing all those bags for a trip they’re not too excited about, sent off for an entire summer to a relative they barely even know. Sure, in Tourist Trapped we see that Mabel was planning to make the most of it, but Dipper seemed pretty bored right from the start. 

And the fact that so much has changed…

That we’ve gone from this:

To this:

The connection and love that’s formed since the first encounter with this little woodland town is remarkable.

In short, rewatching the first few episodes of Gravity Falls brings on a whole new emotional perspective, and this finale is going to wreck me.


Thank you once again for warming our hearts.”  | #4YearsWithBAP #StillWeAre6


Hannah Holmes is a 23 year old illustrator from the United States. 

She’s a graduate from the Ringling College of Art and Design in Florida, but her bold and beautiful illustrations have been a lifelong passion:

“As a kid, I was driven to draw by the cartoons I would watch and the games I would play. I loved to create my own characters and worlds, and drawing was a really great way for my to get all my ideas out there… it wasn’t until the start of high school that I realized I wanted to do it professionally. From there I went to art school, and everything just sort of fell into place.”

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I’m really, genuinely disturbed by this idea that men can’t cry. And that they just can’t express themselves, they can’t talk about how they actually feel. I think that’s actually the saddest thing in the world! It’s what makes you human. How you feel, being able to express yourself, being passionate, being emotional. It’s what makes you human, it’s not what makes you a girl. If you’ve got a beating heart, and you care about things, that’s great.