lazy-as-swipe  asked:

heres you an idea. sandyxdanny your the one that i want, but as uf!frans. im watching grease again btw. ._. also you dont have to do it. its just a suggestion B) ill probably do it myself eventually. maybe. idk. probably not.

didn’t come out as good as i hoped, but here you go - your biggest dream becoming true.

i will remember the way
your hands fit into mine,
the sun caught in your smile,
even after the waters
have erased the rest. i know
our love broke open this
shattered earth, i know
my leaving will bring hurt
to nest in the hollows of
your bones, but for a moment,
i flew.
love, you should have seen
how bright the sky shone.
—  for a moment // a.s.w. (part 2 of 2)

For the last 72 hours I have only gotten 3 hours of sleep. Why have I only gotten 3 hours of sleep in 72 hours you may ask?

Akatsuki no Yona

I have finished the anime and the ova’s, and now I’m reading the manga. I love this, I love Akatsuki no Yona, and I may be addicted. I’m actually scared that when I finish it I’ll have withdrawal symptoms.

And coincidentally I’m on the nadai arc

-slamming fists on table- Just! Because! A person! In! A same! Sex! Relationship! Is! The! Bottom! -breaks table- DOES NOT MEAN THEY HAVE TO BE CUTESY AND HELPLESS

Oh, ew.  It just occurred to me how deep this well of projection and control runs for these people.

Think about the way they bastardize characters to more closely resemble either themselves, or their ideals (male characters are often made hyper-feminine, and physically fit characters given huskier body types).  Mind you, this wouldn’t be a concern if it wasn’t so prevalent, consistently similar across multiple artists, and so eerily deliberate (as well as constantly in complete disregard for maintaining anything signalling the character’s identity).

What these people seem to truly want is someone that they can completely bend to their will.  That’s why cartoon characters are so appealing to them, and why they’re quick to disregard canon if it doesn’t coincide with their little fantasy world.  Shipping disturbs them because they feel that either they’re being shipped (due to projecting themselves onto characters), or that they’re being rejected by those characters.

This is becoming psychologically fascinating and disturbing all at the same time.  I wish I’d been able to continue pursuing forensic psychology…

That one time Sherlock Holmes stood in a room full of women pointing at most of them saying “not you”
Then again in that cursed episode he pointed at John Watson saying “it’s you, it’s always you”