in conclusion: idk

anonymous asked:

does daehyun and himchan really hate each other? a lot of fans seems to say so.

I truly believe that they don’t. Daehyun and Himchan have one of the strongest bonds in B.A.P. There’s so many instances where they’ve proven that they love and care for each other so so much. I’ve seen the same type of rhetoric floating around and I don’t know how they’ve drawn that kind of conclusion. 

  • During his birthday stream Daehyun called Himchan because he wanted to hear his voice and they uploaded bad photos of each other x x
  • Himchan was also the only one to make it down to Busan to watch Daehyun perform during Hiatus, you can see how happy they both were to see each other and hang out x x
  • Himchan is happy Daehyun talks to him like a friend and they have rooftop talks x 
  • These cuties switched name tags x 
  • To Himchan, Daehyun is the existence of love and To Daehyun, Himchan is real x
  • Himchan bought Daehyun a birthday present x
  • This whole Grazia Interview
  • Constant cuddling x x x and a kiss x
  • Constant dinner dates, even on Christmas x x x 
  • Himdae practicing together x 
  • “I can be with this person for my whole life keke” x 

There’s so many more instances where Himchan and Daehyun just like to have fun and enjoy being around each other. No friendship is perfect but they definitely don’t hate each other. I don’t know how people can think that these two sweet beans hate each other. 

i see a lot of posts going around about how the process of making art is essentially just tears and experiencing The Struggle™ and while those are ALL TRUE i would also like to point out the GOOD THINGS about making art!!!!!! 

  • when u finally find that ONE PERFECT SHADE OF COLOR
  • experimenting with different art styles 
  • those tiny mindless doodles u make on the corner of the page
  • flipping ur canvas and seeing that ur drawing isnt TOO asymmetrical 
  • [picks brush u dont often use] why the HECK dont i use this more often??? 
  • putting ur music on shuffle and a song that fits the scene of what ure drawing comes on 
  • turning off ur lineart layer and having a good laugh over how ur color layer looks like a melting ice cream
  • drawing something u’ve never tried and realizing that u LIKE IT 
  • when ur friend does the compliment thing. thank u friend 
  • drawing a curvy line and GETTING IT RIGHT THE FIRST TRY
  • overlay. thats it 
  • blushies!!!
  • spacing out in the middle of sketching/lining/coloring and 5 mins later going like o HEY COOL i can draw
  • that tiny pop when u stretch ur back after hours of arting 
  • seeing the final result and thinking goddamn!!!!!!
  • I Did That!!!!
  • wow!!!!!!
  • i really love art!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The way I see it, there are two main kinds of characters in musical theater. 

The realization dawned on me when I saw a post saying that Sonya Rostova, Michael Mell, and Martha Dunnstock should for a “rejected buddies” trio. I thought, “haha yeah lol. hey, here’s another character that could join them! oh look, another! wowie, another! and another and another and another and anoth- wait a minute I’m sensing a pattern.”

I thought a little more, and I came up with the groups of “makes bad decisions” and “is sad about those bad decisions.” The “makes bad decisions” character is usually the protagonist, means well, but is Really Bad at decision making. The “sad about that” character is usually the protagonist’s best friend/significant other, and is lied to/left behind because of the bad decisions. Sad Character also soliloquizes about how sad they are, and they do this usually half-way through the second act.

Of course, this formula doesn’t always work with all of these characters, but I’ve come up with a basic list of Bad Decision characters and their Sad counterparts:

Evan from Dear Evan Hansen wins in his category for making every other (living) character in his musical Sad with his Poor Decisions, but I also have to give a shout-out to Elder Cunningham from The Book of Mormon for making Poor Decisions AND being Sad.

Side note: the only Musical I Like A Lot for which I couldn’t a set of characters like this was In The Heights. idk what conclusion to draw from that, but maybe you do.

anonymous asked:

What are your opinions on John winchester... just my curiosity spiking?

Oh boy, that one. 

I think he was a bad, neglectful parent. But I don’t agree with the pretty wide-spread characterization of him as a total demonic, drunk asshole who hates his kids’ guts and beats them up. I don’t think John actually beat them up – not on a regular basis, at least? I could maybe see arguments getting heated and violent, but not so much of a constant smackdown for every small mistake. He might have put them down verbally, if the Impala comment to Dean in the end of s1 was anything to go by… we all know Dean would never let Baby get rust or anything :(

I think he, kinda, destroyed them emotionally and totally didn’t provide enough support. He loved Sam and Dean, I’m pretty sure – but love alone’s not enough. He was a traumatized, scared man who wasn’t in the place to raise kids. I know it turned out that this childhood was the only way Sam and Dean could save the world. If they were raised happy and safe without any training and only ever becoming close with each other in their formative years, I doubt they could foil Lucifer’s plans that were thousands of years in the making in Swan Song. But John had no way of knowing that, so, that’s no excuse!

Also, that face that Dean makes in the Dark Side of the Moon when talking about John…

Yeah, that one. Poor guy. From the looks of it, John would never let them be kids, especially not Dean with his parentification burden. I could maybe understand wanting your kids to be ready if you know monsters are coming for them. But, damn, he could’ve stayed with them. Teach them how to shoot a gun if you really gotta, but you can also play catch with them and read them bedtime stories, yanno. 

excuse me, i’d like my heart back, please

pairing: jikook (rlly can we expect anything else from me)

genre: fluff, attempted comedy

a/n: hey jo!!! @shyjimins remember that time u said this? well, this lil’ drabble is for u ;)


summary: officer jeon tries to make a move, but it doesn’t go as planned.

(alternatively: do not arrest people for stealing your heart, it’s unethical.)

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He is a bully, and where I come from bullies take desperate young girls like your daughter and force them into prostitution and when they finally get knocked up, they peddle them to johns who get off on that. After they have the kid, they push them right back out on the streets even before they have a chance to heal. And those kids… they use them too.

Some people deserve to be punished.

i think in a lot of ways, pain from “gifted child syndrome” is completely understandable but like… i gotta be honest a lot of the lamenting about it is kind of useless whining. like idk i doubt theres  many children who were labelled gifted at a young age that DONT wind up feeling inadequate later on. its kinda just part of the deal?

like it doenst even make much sense to me like. yeah i was labelled a gifted child bc i was reading at a college reading level early in elementary school and got really good grades but like? of Course that doesnt mean you wont struggle later on, being “gifted” in a 3rd grader way doesnt translate to breezing thru highschool and college. 

it might even set you up for more failure, (like for example, i didnt Really learn how to study until mid highschool bc before that point i had never needed to study in any serious way just because my brain happened to work certain ways that made me “”gifted””, and so i suddenly found myself failing test after test when that “gift” no longer applied)

and like i get that its outside pressures that make you feel like this and like a failure and That is what needs to be criticized but idk honestly i jst get really tired of the sighing and whining like. no, you are not a failure. a godawful shitty system failed you, and it failed a lot of kids who never had the luck of being “gifted” in the first place a lot worse. like idk it just feels lke a weird form of ego stroking half of the time and its just like. thats over now. you can move on and continue learning and growing. get over yourself.

the hilarious thing is honestly i don’t think that there’s any canon scenes where tim is drinking coffee and yet it’s the only thing 90% of the fandom knows about him. it’s kind of assumed because it’s canon that he’s tired and doesn’t sleep a lot, but like….

for all we know he could just be doing like i did for the first 3 years of college and live off of no coffee, 2 hours of sleep, and spite

I watched Edward Avila’s new video where he explained himself. I think it’s good because now I understand what he was actually trying to say. He acknowledged the fact that he was talking about a very sensitive topic and that he could’ve delivered it better.

The kpop industry is ugly and sad but that’s the truth, he just talked about reality. There’s very ugly double standards for girl groups and if you’ve actually watched the videos you’d know that that was what he was saying (is this even grammatically correct?)

I reblogged a lot of shit about him because I jumped to conclusions just like most people. He wasn’t fatshaming, he was trying to talk about beauty standards in the kpop industry and it’s the truth, its ugly and horrible but it’s the truth. He delivered it in a way that seemed like he was attacking Kyla herself but he explained that that’s not what he was trying to say.

Edit: oh my fucking god I’ve gotten like 5 anons trying to tell me “you don’t know how fatshaming feels so you should just shut up and kill yourself” like bitch I’m 14 and I’m also overweight, I know what fatshaming is.

Quick Thingy

Sherlock practically insists on butting in on Mycroft’s love life, or lack thereof, in The Empty Hearse. I mean, he’s genuinely concerned that his big brother is lonely. I couldn’t help but wonder if Sherlock felt lonely in that area of his life as well.

Not long after that scene, we see Molly come over at Sherlock’s request to solve crimes with him. He looks nervous waiting for her arrival and asking her to do so. Sherlock doesn’t get anxious about minuscule things like that… unless it wasn’t minuscule to him at all. See where I’m heading with this?

Why is there like super romantic music playing as he asks her? What’s up with that? Then there’s the part where he’s talking to the client saying, “and you really thought he was the one didn’t you? The love of your life.” He gives Molly this LOOK. Oh and both cases in 221B are relationship involved. He’s much kinder to these clients than we normally see. Is this a ‘hey, look, I can be sensitive too’ thing? Idk.

In conclusion… the smirks, eye contact, silly faces, shared observations, giggling together at ‘mind the gap,’ THE FUCKING ASKING HER OUT FOR CHIPS AND THEN WATCHING HIS HEART BREAK WITH THAT DAMN SMILE HE GIVES HER BEFORE KISSING HER CHEEK AND WALKING AWAY.


Originally posted by fraddit

anonymous asked:

you are the most rational phandom blog on this site rn. respect 🙌🏽🙌🏽

i’m sure that’s not true but thank u bud