it doesn't get enough credit

Ok, so you wanna know who truly has helped shape my views on so many things, including LGBT+ issues and the struggles of black people? It’s Leo. You all may know him as Leo the Giant from Vine. I’ve known him way before Vine, and this man… this wonderful man… helped bring attention to so many of the struggles and injustices that still exist in this day and age. I may not have been so wary of world issues so early on in my life if it wasn’t for him. He really helped to open my eyes, and for that, I will always be grateful. I just wanted to make sure you all knew to give credit where credit was due. It’s Leo who first showed me how much we have yet to accomplish. I am blessed to have Leo in my life. I love Leo. ❤️

but honestly can u believe how gay the road to el dorado is


Minion Appreciation Post

“We’ve had a lot of adventures together, you and I.”

“We have, Minion.”

“I mean, most of them ended in horrible failure, but we won today, didn’t we, Sir?”

“Yes, Minion. We did it. Thanks to you.”

“Code: We’re the good guys now.”

“Code: I guess we are.”

[Was definitely told the wrong dimensions for tumblr graphics. Sorry about the fuzzies!]


“Be diligent. I sense something dire on the horizon!”

I really love how this scene was done. It was subtle, but having sensed that something was very wrong you can imagine that the sound of the cheese phone was the very last thing Splinter wanted to hear. It only lasts a few seconds but throughout it you can feel the unease and hesitation, like he knows he needs to answer but he also knows there’s a chance that what he’ll hear on the other line will shatter his world all over again.

I just have a lot of emotions for Ratdad okay

Headcanon: Lucy once stumbled upon her father having a bad spell from his PTSD in the middle of the night. He was in such a crazed state, but she managed to calm him down. When he awoke the next morning, he was huddled in the hallway corner with Lucy cuddled against him. He was always confused on how she ended up there without him flipping out in his nightmares. Little did he know, it wasn’t the first time Lucy had to deal with a loved one having traumatic flashbacks.


“Does this mean we have to start fighting?”

This is one of my favorite film moments of all time. 

Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle realize that the one person they’ve reached out to is actually their enemy. They don’t act out, they don’t immediately lose their feelings for each other- instead she cries and he pulls her closer. And they don’t want to fight each other.

It’s tragic and epic and so human


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