if it's really black

Can some of you stop with the mistagging? If your post has nothing to do with other groups, then don’t put them in the tags. It’s simple as that. I don’t know why you make a post about group A but you have to put in groups B, C, E to Z in your tags when it’s only about group A. 

Unless it’s a general post about kpop, then sure but when it’s only about 1 group only and no other, then stop tagging every single group and their cats under the sun. It’s annoying to see and it’s clogging up the feed unnecessarily only.

a bunch of my stuff has found its way back onto my dash today and I just saw that a couple of my fics made it onto someone’s rec list so wow it feels really really good to be me tonight thanks for the confidence boost y’all <333

i’ve come to the conclusion that im going to be a Sith for halloween and am going to make my own costume so I need to start soon since im a procrastinator

stay tuned for more

anonymous asked:

i really dont want to start a fight , i just want to understand. after the dreads scandal i searched about cultural appropriation cause i didnt know almost anything about it and found a lot of articles and youtube videos made by black people saying that dreads and braids are not only a part of black culture and having them its ok. and now i am really confused

I’m not black so I can’t really say much but what I can say is that it’s still not a part of his culture even if that were true. It’s not meant for his hair, and it’s disrespectful to the people who get shit for doing dreads because that’s what’s compatible for their hair and jongin gets to take that, use it on his own hair /by choice/ , and even worse, do the dreads because of his preconceived stereotypes about reggae, or whatever he said. I would recommend asking a black exo-l or googling “why is it wrong to wear dreads if you aren’t black” as well as “what is cultural appropriation”
@kokojunmyeon is a good person to ask

I had to get this out of my system after the trailer of S03 <3


For uncounted centuries, the Black Cauldron lay hidden, waiting, while evil men searched for it, knowing whoever possessed it would have the power to resurrect an army of deathless warriors… and with them, rule the world.

The Black Cauldron (1985) dir. Ted Berman & Richard Rich


when ppl ask why do you have three rings on ur ring finger and you’re like “I have three husbands, duh!”


in which I edit beautiful black sails caps (part III)

“Until all that remains of any of it are stories bearing only a passing resemblance to the world the rest of us lived in.”