idk it just seems right to me

anonymous asked:

So do you think dean went into shock or something there at the end? Because he didn't shed a single tear over his best friend of nearly a decade dying right in front of him. He didn't touch him or say his name or anything besides drop down beside him. And idk it seems odd to me?? So the only thing I can think of is Dean just broke and went into shock/utter disbelief/dissociation. Anyway I was wondering your opinion on this scene :-)

Yeah I think this is exactly it. At first we get just Dean, of course. Screaming NO in DENIAL.

Then we get them both, Dean is still in shock but Sam has already processed it.

source: @super-sootica

Then look at the difference between Sam and Dean when they look at Lucifer. Sam is AFRAID. 

Dean is STILL in SHOCK.

Then of course we have the ultimate difference, Sam has processed Cas’s death, looks at Dean then goes inside to deal with the Nephilim.

DEAN IS UNABLE TO MOVE FROM THE SPOT, HE STARTS TO PROCESS IT AND COLLAPSES.

Originally posted by bridget-malfoy-stilinski-hale

I can’t wait to see the opening scene of 13x01…

Y'all realize you can dislike something/someone just cause it doesn’t vibe with you, right? Like doing 726382847282377 hours of research to make things look problematic and telling other people that they’re bad for liking it isn’t necessary at all

No wait but let me talk about the almost kiss

At first I was a little disappointed with it - I had pictured a lot more lips & saliva than actually was.

But then I started to rewatch the gifs from the scene and GUYS. Please look at how close Hugh Dancy comes to actually starting to kiss Mads. IT’S RIDICULOUS.

He bobs his head forward and comes SO CLOSE

and then comes EVEN CLOSER OMFG

and I don’t want to take sides here but Mads really just stays neutral and probably thinking, “well, it seems like I’m gonna kiss today” and makes an almost imperceptible movement forward, but then Hugh gets all shy and thinks again and looks down.

AND WAIT IT’S NOT OVER YET, because Hugh stays like, head down, breathing hard and grabbing Mads’ arm, and then, idk, his right hand SNAKES upward? till Mads’ shoulder, and FUCK ME, look at how fucking close those two are again because Hugh moved his face towards Mads’ again

and then he puts his head on his shoulder, and Mads makes that *orgasm!* face

and NO, STILL NOT OVER, then there’s the FUCKING WAIST GRAB (and jesus, look at how Mads buries his nose on Hugh’s neck)

which may or may not have been actively, purposefully, one-sidedly staged by, GUESS WHO, HUGH DANCY.

And all that was written on the script was “lunge forward”, YOU VILLAINS.

Those two seriously I don’t know how Bryan managed it for three whole years.

anonymous asked:

tbh i think ur art is mad ugly in general but u seem to take extra care to make jimin look gross?? idk. it's not like i go looking for ur art but tumblr's gr8 like that even if i block u i'll see reblogs/recs of ur posts. admittedly this time i went to see if u responded and how ur minions would react. good for u to have ppl eat ur ass on the reg

listen this will be the last time that I answer to you, next time I’ll block you.

you seem to really not like my drawings or just me. the thing is that I can’t do anything about it. I have the right to post whatever I want, people have the right to like my work. and you have the right to not like it. So why not ignoring me? You see my work on your dashboard? Scroll. You’re still pissed about the fact my drawings exist on this earth? talk shit about me to your friends I don’t care, if this can make you feel better.

i think your problem is not that my drawings are ugly or smt, it’s because my blog is kinda “popular”. Maybe you think I dont deserve it, this is your opinion and I accept it, but just to let you know I work hard, very hard.

“good for you to have ppl eat ur ass”, ok if someone talks shit about bts, or your friend, or someone that you like, you won’t defend them? people are following me because they like what I do, if they didn’t like the way I draw Jimin for example, they won’t support my work, like you. So why is it bad to have people defending me. They don’t “eat my ass” they just defend something that they like, it’s completly normal. I would do the same with my friends or with artists that I like, that’s how it works.

“ u seem to take extra care to make jimin look gross?? “ and you seem to love jimin a lot which is absolutly not a bad thing, it’s very good I love him too. I love him because he always takes care about the members and because he’s extremely kind, like all the rest of the group. Now instead of sending me a message this hateful, maybe you should learn from him and be a lil more kind. That won’t hurt you I promise.

Anon, at the end of the day, I’m just a lil blog, posting my art on tumblr, my drawings won’t change your life and your opinion won’t change my life and the way I see my art. Instead of being very aggresive to people to make you feel good, you should find an healthier way. Good luck with life

i wish there was a simpler way to say this but like?? cisgender hetero asexuality and aromantism is straight up disrespectful to shout up and about during pride month. lgbt aces and aros are for pride of course, bc you’re lgbt identifying already. you belong here. don’t mean it ain’t a valid identification– just a modifier at best. because when you break down to it: you know who denied rights to lgbt people in the first place? cishet people. u know who made laws that allowed you to kill lgbt individuals for being lgbt and get away with it? cishets. who burned who during witch hunts in the bundles of firewood? cishets to lgbt people. idk. seems rather inappropriate if you ask me.

hey um this is a random long caption. I really appreciate you all. The fact you take time to tell me about your day or how you feel or your opinion on something I ask is just nice and sweet and I know it’s small but like just speaking to me is cool even if it’s not direct. Yeah so Um I’ve been feeling weird. I’m not sure why, well I know why but idk. I know this has been emphasized time and time again but I don’t think it hurts to emphasize it again. I mean maybe it does it’s probably annoying but hey that’s me right. You know I do these over the top colorful looks and am overly bubbly sometimes it may seem but um it’s not always like that. I’m not always an angel, I can lie, I can breakdown, Im insecure, I can misinterpret things, sometimes I won’t listen.. and so on. But i try really try to be a better me and try hard to do whatever I want when it comes to what will make me feel good and not worry about outside opinions ya know (doesn’t work at times but a lot of times it can). So however you want to express yourself it’s okay. Something someone says about you or a friend or your dog isn’t about that specific thing, it’s about them and their own view of the world and how things should be. And we’re all different so we’re all gonna have different outlooks. What they think you should do may not be what you think you should do about a situation or what to wear to an event or the best way to approach that person you like.. etc. idk this really doesn’t have a point and I’m just typing as I think but.. remember ppl look through different eyes and remember to look through your own and find what works best for you and it could be wearing a yellow wig, over lining your lips, investing in equipment to efficiently stream you playing your favorite games, or entering a spoken word contest even tho you’ve only written one poem before. Idk we’re only here for a short period of time and I just want you to do and be whatever makes you smile a little bit or lose yourself in. But yeah thank you for always being kind to me and sharing that kindness and love with others as well. seriously love you all

people don’t give warren enough credit for his bravery

regardless of whether you consider warren and max platonic or romantic, he stands up for her in front of nathan and beats him up. twice. when he is well aware that nathan is prone to violent episodes and that he carries a gun around. not to mention the fact that nathan’s room is right opposite warren’s - the guy literally sleeps a few feet away from him and despite everything warren still decides to protect max and piss nathan off, at his own risk.

if the “male brain” and “female brain” theory is true (it isn’t) and socialization isn’t real (it is) then that means that males are innately more violent, more likely to rape, more likely to murder, more likely to abuse, etc just by their mere existence and not by any outside forces.

what do you suppose we do to combat that, then? it seems to me like the only way to irradiate male violence, if that theory is true, is to throw all males into a black hole and live in a female-only utopia. afterall, men are innately evil, right? 🙄

the scientifically proven fact that there is no gendered brain, only socialization, is a lot less of an extremist stance. we don’t have to kill all men to change the world, we just have to change how society views women and therefore how males are socialized. idk, that seems a lot more moderate to me. so why do misogynists so loudly reject a scientific fact that actually partially works in their favor?

Tumblr deleted this?????? 

Idk why, but it’s gone from my blog so yeah! Fuck me, right?! So yeah my H2O Delirious piece, reposted from what seems like forever ago. Someone had messaged me saying it was gone, and I finally looked, so yup here it is again!

Please do not: use, edit, or re-upload without my permission. Thank you :D

*i tip my large brimmed cowboy hat at you* howdy

so i’m in between jobs right now, and i’ve got $1.52 in my bank account atm. it’s been about 3 months since i was fired for something that wasn’t my fault. anyway i’m not in a super super big rush, but i have a hormone supply that’ll last me about two months. i will get a job before then definitely, but whether or not i’ll have the money in time to buy the hormones is another story. They take a couple of weeks to get here, and i have to pay out of pocket for them because i live in ohio and it’s super a pain in the ass to find someone who will give me a script for them. anyway i need just 200$ and that’s it, which probably seems like a lot, i know it does to me right now but like i said i’ve got two or so months left of hormones so it’s a bit easier

anyway my venmo is @Gwynn-Squiglet if you wanna transfer me anything there (idk if it works like paypal where it’s more expensive to donate under a dollar or not so probably 1$ is the minimum)

i’ll update my blog with a donation link to my paypal and this post also later, i haven’t been able to get to my computer yet today

but anyway that’s my shit please don’t feel obligated but if you’re thinking i buying a drink or something with that extra 3$ lying around it would mean a ton to me to give me even half of it

bye i love you

The ending of EP Prompto with JP Dialogue, and a bad translation by me because reading that on the screen but hearing the JP for what it was, was just weird

Noctis: “I’m sorry…. Prompto.”
Prompto: “Eh?”
N: “Letting him fool me like that… I really messed up.”
P: “Ah? …Heh… Yea, yea, for real~! What a shock, after we’ve been together for so long~! ….Hahahah…. Just kidding. He tricked me good, too, after all…”
N: “I’ve been thinking… Let’s make a country where your birth doesn’t matter.” (i’m having a rough time with this one and this isn’t the line that gives me issue…. but here’s the JP: いろいろケリついたら...生まれとか関係ねー国にしようぜ)
P: “Eh?”
N: “That shit’s just a pain in the ass.” (he’s just his normal gruff self, the swearing feels natural but obv EN censors and that’s fine, just explaining my translation XD)
P: “Somehow, Noct, right now… You seem really kingly!”
N: “Well, y'know~”
N: “Let’s change it. Together.”
P: “Leave it to me.”

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Where did they get the Monopoly set?? Idk don’t ask me pfff. But hey it’s not totally unbelievable for a single monopoly game to last 1000 days right? X’D Cuz sometimes it feels like they do.

This originally was going to be just a pure joke of a post but I always seem to add angst to these kinda things whOOPS

So ye just something kinda quick to commemorate the 1000th day of Black being in the Light Stone ;v;

Hey, uh. Don’t demand stuff from me. Especially from my own au’s. Thanks.

anonymous asked:

Why do you think so many in the cast - especially Eliza - are so anti-Blarke? Like... it's hardly ridiculous to ship the main two characters who have a very strong platonic relationship, esp when they're MARRIED in the source material. Idk, it's just off-putting to me esp bc Bell is a MOC and C is white that a potential relationship between them receives so much animosity

Most of the cast don’t hate Bellarke to be honest. This seems to be a common misconception, but here, let me show you proof otherwise:

I know a lot of this are from 2015, but keep in mind that this was right before Cl/xa became canon and it seemed all talk of any other relationship on this show evaporated. Chelsey is very clearly still a Bellarke fan, Jessica Harmon has been pro-Bellarke this year, Bob isn’t anti-Bellarke at all, although some people would have you believe otherwise. 

But…don’t let Eliza (or more accurately, this fandom) fool you into believing that the cast (or the writers) hate Bellarke. They don’t. 

anonymous asked:

Dear Duke, I have noticed something about my writing: I do not know how to conduct a dialogue. I do not know how to add an emotional "burden" to the discussion. It does not sound believable what I write. To me, it seems more like a lecture than a simple conversation. I just wanted to write engaging more with the emotional side of my characters than with the intellectual. How can I do it?

Hi! You’re in the right place because dialogue is actually my favorite thing to write and any book of mine you pick up will probably be like at least 40% people talking. Idk if this is because I did so much theatre or because I just can’t shut up, but it’s high time I did a real post about it, so:

Advice for Aspiring Authors: On Dialogue

  1. You need it so don’t resist it. Books that are just huge chunks of prose are exhausting, and if you never use dialogue you’re either (1) summarizing or (2) writing a really boring book, and either way the the result is the same. Your reader is going to be bored. Choosing the right scenic mode is important and sooner or later people are going to have to speak in the moment. 
  2. Don’t stress about speaker tags. Putting this at the top because a lot of new writers seem to get hung up on it. But I’ve already addressed this, so read this post here. Pro-tip? If you’re writing a conversation between two people or even three, you often don’t need speaker tags at all. I recently wrote a conversation that takes place over the phone which consists of about 25 lines exchanged and didn’t use a single speaker tag because it was, in all instances, obvious who was doing the talking. Later in the same MS I have a really chaotic hospital scene where like twelve people are yelling at the same time and interrupting each other and there are no speaker tags because idgaf if anybody knows who’s saying what. It should feel like chaos. (If you want a really great example of this, pick up a copy of William Faulkner’s Sanctuary and read the funeral scene.) Readers are smart. They’ll figure it out.
  3. Different people speak in different ways. Who a character is will often determine how they speak. For instance, Theodore von Wammelspout, Crown Prince of Prosenstatz, is probably going to have a very different dialect than Paw Paw O’Halloran, Louisiana shrimp fisherman. (If you want a better example of what I’m talking about, watch the movie Kingsman and pay attention to how and when Eggsy switches dialects, or read the prologue to The Taming of the Shrew and pay attention to the immediate tonal shift in Christopher Sly’s dialogue when he wakes up from a drunken stupor thinking he’s a lord.) Think about a character’s origins and upbringing and backstory when deciding how they talk.
  4. But stay away from writing dialect unless you really know what you’re doing. Don’t try to phonetically write a character’s accent or dialect unless you’re a linguist, because a lot of dropped consonants and deliberate misspellings can be really difficult to read, come out like you’re trying too hard, or even end up looking vaguely racist. If a character has an accent, find a way to tell us they have an accent and then spell all their dialogue correctly. There are, of course, exceptions to the rule–i.e, if a phonic misunderstanding is crucial to the story. But basically, unless you’re writing Trainspotting, don’t do this. What’s much better and much more effective is to describe how a character says something or what their voice sounds like. What’s the texture? The color? The temperature? A warm, rough, slow voice belongs to a different character than a cold, high, slick voice does. Or maybe the same character can switch from one to the other. Give your character’s voice the same attention you would give their body or their habits or anything else.
  5. It’s a character speaking, not the narrator. Each character should have their own voice, in the same way that each story will have a slightly different narrator, even if it’s a neutral third person narrator. Writing is all about voice and style, and part of the challenge is that you as the writer have to be a mockingbird and be able to speak in as many different voices as you have characters. It will take practice. It will require a lot of questions asked, such as “Who never says a bad word? Who swears like a sailor? Who talks in a constant, uninterrupted stream and who hardly says a word?” For an exercise, write out a plain uninteresting sentence like, “He was on his way home from the store when he got a flat tire,” the way the narrator would say it, and then rewrite it in every character’s voice. Because one character might say it just like that–”I was on my way home from the store and I got a flat tire”–and another might say, “You’re not going to fucking believe this. Okay, so I’m on my way home from the store, because we’re out of beer again, because Steve was supposed to go get more and he didn’t, the dickhead–and what happens? Well, obviously, because this worthless excuse of a city can’t be bothered to keep the roads clear, I drive right through a patch of broken glass and BANG! Blow a tire. Swear to God, I thought it was a gunshot, I nearly ran my car into a telephone pole.” If all your characters sound alike or sound like the narrator or (worse) sound like you, it’s time to stop and reevaluate. 
  6. Characters don’t speak for you. Look, unless you’re writing a really boring story it’s going to have a bunch of people in it with a bunch of different ideas and some of them should believe things that you don’t agree with or speak in a way you find objectionable. Characters are sometimes going to have to say things you find morally deplorable and they have to say them with conviction. I recently wrote a scene where my FMC’s boyfriend and her dad argue about what they’re going to do about her, like she’s not a grown-ass woman who can take care of herself. And they both say things that are utterly atrocious and that if I heard a man say in real life, I would probably punch him in the face. But that’s important. In fiction, you gotta tell it all and tell it like it is. Fiction isn’t true but it should be honest. Not every character can agree with you or with each other. (This is a big part of the reason that authorial intent is a flawed concept. An author who depicts something isn’t necessarily condoning or endorsing it.) You should be writing about difficult shit and writing about it from every vantage point and using dialogue to do that. You don’t need to agree with angelic equality crusader Nancy and homophobic Uncle Jeff equally but they need to be equally convincing. Write disagreements. Write arguments. Let characters fight and get pissed and tell each other to fuck off. It’s honest, and it’s interesting. Conflict is good.
  7. Incomplete sentences are your best friend. So are run-ons. That scene I mentioned that was 25 lines with no speaker tags? There’s also not a complete sentence in that whole exchange. We rarely speak in full correct sentences, even if we know perfectly well that what we’re saying isn’t grammatically perfect. So something like this: 
            “Seen my keys?”
            “In the basket.”
    Totally acceptable. People are lazy. They talk in fragments. Dialogue doesn’t have to be correct, because it often isn’t. Stick commas and dashes wherever the fuck you want to mimic the pattern of speech. Worry about what’s natural, not what’s correct. Sometimes what goes unsaid is just as interesting as what does get said. For instance, if Joe turns to Carol and starts to say, “Have you ever thought about–” and then never finishes the sentence, that’s going to keep a reader wondering. Has she ever thought about what? In much the same way, you can have a character ramble for an entire paragraph in an epic run-on sentence if that’s the way they talk, or if they’re distressed or upset and trying to get the words out. The last book I finished has a chapter at the end where one character literally talks without interruption for nine pages. And as insane as that sounds it’s actually totally necessary because she’s telling a story that’s important for the readers and the other characters to hear but it’s a hundred times better to hear it in her own voice, grammatical correctness be damned.
  8. Don’t try too hard to be eloquent. How many people do you know in real life who spout off perfectly articulate declarations of their feelings? Probably none. They ramble and stall and repeat themselves. Real-life conversations are not movie conversations. They’re not smooth. They’re not perfectly timed. A character just saying “Fuck me” because they have no idea what else to say is perfectly plausible (and also a great opportunity for comedy). Here’s an exercise if you’re having trouble: Make two columns on a page, and on one side write out what this character is trying to say (i.e, “I love you.” “I’ve been trying to tell you for years.” “But I’m afraid you don’t want me to.”) and on the other write out what they actually say (i.e., “I really hope you’ll stay.” “You know you’re always welcome to stay.” “I don’t want you to feel like you have to stay. Just that you can. If you want to.”) Sometimes the juxtaposition between what we’re trying to say and what actually comes out is so important. So don’t worry about perfect articulation or doing justice to the “emotional burden.” Worry about the intent and the impact and how those two things align–or don’t.
  9. Read it out loud. This is one of the most important things teachers in playwriting workshops will tell you to do. Read it out loud. If it feels awkward or unnatural, it probably is. Thus also to dialogue in prose fiction. Even better option? Get a couple of friends to read it for you. This will work wonders for helping you figure out what feels awkward.
  10. HAVE FUN WITH IT. When I say dialogue is far and away my favorite thing to write, I’m not kidding at all. You can learn so much about a character or how two characters interact by how they talk to each other. Do they tease, do they nag, do they finish each other’s sentences? Do they use slang, do they slur, do they talk about celebrities they’ve never met as if they’ve known them for years and they’re the best of friends? Let their personalities shine through, because when characters speak is the only time they’re not getting filtered through a narrator, even if that narrator is themselves. Dialogue provides some of the most poignant moments of characterization you’ll ever get. So play with it. Try the same line fifty different ways until it feels right. Let your characters speak for themselves.

Good luck! Go forth and write great dialogue and have a blast doing it.

Control

Author: kpopfanfictrash

Pairing: You / Mark

Rating: PG-13 

Word Count: 4,448

Summary: On a night out with your friends, you accidentally text the wrong number for advice. The guy on the other end of the phone is abrupt, harsh and kind of an ass - but he also happens to be right. Which explains why you keep texting him. Right?

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anonymous asked:

Jason would totally be the one to ask his s/o to marry him in the middle of a fire fight. like ask them to marry him right then and there (like the Pirates of the Caribbean movie) and like Bruce or Dick marries them while their fighting like a gang or something. idk it just seems like something he'd do.

omg, yes. I could totally imagine Jason doing this. like the two of them would be fighting some demented villain and Jason just casually throws out those words “marry me” and his s/o would not even blink an eye as they continue to shoot at the persistent henchmen and would just nod their head. 

he could have been building up the courage to ask his s/o to marry him and what better way to ask his s/o to marry than during a firefight? 

when the fight is over, he’ll probably throw the ring box to his s/o and his s/o easily catches it. 

or when they were in the middle of a firefight, Jason and his s/o are having one of those cold shoulders moment and after beating up one of the bad guys, Jason’s the first one to give in and ask his s/o, “you know what would make me extremely happy?”

his s/o would probably give some snarky reply because of whatever fight they had prior and as jason is shooting people, he’d casually says over his shoulder, “you saying yes to marrying me.”

anonymous asked:

Uhm i don't wanna seem rude but i hope your okay ,(god idk how that's supposed to sound rude I'm sorry) i just saw that your uhm videos are unlisted i just hope that you are all right is what I'm trying to say sorry it must be annoying Getting asks like this I'm sorry uh but that's what i was trying to say uhm sorry if i botherd you sorry

its ok dude ur not bothering me!! tyvm for the concern i appreciate u ♡