idk why this occured

Does it ever occur to you that there are people out there like “oh yeh Arctic Monkeys, I know some of their songs haha they’re cool!” And you’re just here like “guys guys remember that one particular sias tour outfit that Alex had with the mushroom hair and the blue jacket and the horrors shirt, haha good times lol”

Alright so idk why this just occured to me, but like last week my mom told me about how when I was a baby/toddler, my grandma (dad’s mom) told my mom that I was smart and how my mom needed to “teach [me] how to manipulate people, because smart people are manipulative”

my mom was naturally freaked out

so like

  1. why is my family like this
  2. this is the most kira comment ive ever heard and i can see him saying that about yoriko

“Oh, she’s so smart, isn’t she!”

“Very.”

“What do you think we should get started on teaching her–”

“Manipulation.”

“Oh. Well I mean, I was thinking like, getting started on that whole second language thing, or maybe numbers, but like…the supervillain route. It’s unique, I guess? Spices things up. One question Kosaku: what the FUCK–”

You know… I’m rewatching season 1 of Voltron: Legendary Defender and

How tf did Keith set off those explosions in the first episode? Did he know how to make explosives? Did he steal some from the Garrison? Did he find them?

idk why it never occurred to me before but I just realised that Yujin, who grew up neglected by his dad (and his mum passed away early too iirc?), is ironically best friends with Jingrui, who grew up with love and attention from two mums and two dads.

(granted, Xie Yu is very much Not A Good Dad and didn’t give Jingrui much love but most likely at least did not neglect him)

I think that the fact that Yujin still turned out to be a good kid has a lot to do with his friendship with Jingrui but I also wonder if they got into fights over this… like Jingrui was under intense pressure to live up to the expectations of both set of parents while feeling like he didn’t belong anywhere so he might sometimes be jealous of Yujin, while Yujin probably wished that his dad expected more of him than ‘spend money’.

maybe they bond over feeling like they don’t belong to any of their families and maybe that’s why they like to go off gallivanting in the jianghu because there are probably tons of stories about orphans or family black sheeps who find their place in the world and form everlasting bonds of ~true friendship~ through their adventures in the jianghu.

animatedc9000  asked:

It sounds like you have some issues with delayed motor skills. Before I was even diagnosed with autism, I was held back in pre-school for a year because my motor skills hadn't developed, and as far as I know, that was the only reason. Hope that helps a bit?

Thank you!! Ive always very bad motor skills tbh, idk why it never occurred to me that it would also affect how I walk

Imagine trying your hardest to get badboy!Woozi to play the clarinet after finding out from his mother that he used to play it as child.

Everyone that message could have come from is either blocked or has me blocked so like. That wasn’t even from anyone I know which is really shitty of that person to just send to a stranger. Yikes.

Why do people think it’s okay to send that kind of stuff on here? Like you wouldn’t send that on Facebook or Twitter or whatever with a mule account. So why is that okay on here?

Idk it just would never occur to me to do that to someone I don’t know, so I guess I assume that would be true of everyone. Whatever. Sorry for posting about it again. It’s just frustrating.

go to sleep, mr. eames

I was just drifting off and thinking about Inception, as one does, and a thought occurred to me that I don’t think I’ve ever had before, and I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone bring up, which is blowing my mind a bit because, woah, it seems suddenly like a super-obvious mode of speculation about the film? Maybe?

So the famous moment Arthur & Eames are on the hotel level & they’re bantering just before Eames goes under, and everyone is always pointing to that scene as evidence (lol this ship) for A/E, because it’s so weird that Eames is the only one Arthur helps with his Somnacin injection?

Idk why this never occurred to me before this, but it’s not weird if you consider that Arthur is the dreamer, right, and Eames is the dreamer on his level? It makes absolutely no sense that PASIVs and Somnacin even work in a dream state, but if we go with that premise, then it makes sense that Arthur as the dreamer would have to essentially dream-create the compounds and the way the PASIV functions, right?

So maybe the reason he has to help Eames is that he has to essentially dream-create the effects of the compound on each of the sleepers, and since Eames is the dreamer on his level, Arthur has to make sure to inject the Somnacin directly himself, so that Eames gets whatever special juice allows him to create the dream on his own level?

I have no idea if that’s legit, because who the hell knows how subconscious dream-Somnacin works, but I just thought I’d throw it out there as a possible explanation for why that scene plays out the way it does!