it just ain't fair!


Soft Lips and Birthday Wishes (pt. I)

“There was a feeling of inevitability when I met you. The sense that we would be together; that there would be a moment when you would look at me in a certain way, and we would cross the threshold from friendship into something so much more…”

ft. Rei Ohara by @plumbobsophy

xpegasusuniverse  asked:

Hey Edo, which Voltron series do you think has the best antagonists both in terms of being an actual threat to the protagonists and being compelling and interesting characters.

it’s really not fair to compare all the older series to VLD since there’s such a huge difference in era/budget/target audience/general dynamic style; the new series is so good all across the board in those aspects that drawing up any comparisons is pretty much shooting all the other series in the neck right from the get go. 

that said, i’m going to cheat a bit and say Beast King GoLion is the best. it’s not strictly a ‘voltron’ series but it’s still the basis of everything, and holy shit is it violent and scary. the pilots escape from a cannibal slave ship arena, shirogane gets killed within the first stretch of the first season (and later his younger brother is also killed trying to avenge him), prince sincline is not funny/generally incompetent like prince lotor is, mutilated corpses are regular background filler, princess fala’s remaining citizens constantly get murdered trying to protect her from the galra, planet earth gets blown to pieces, and honerva/haggar is the most horrifyingly merciless villain of all the ones they face.

i think this kind of stuff becomes most apparent watching some of the episodes with chibi/pidge. the older pilots (mostly) do a better job of taking all the horror in stride but there are a few chinks (like losing the pilots, missing his home and his mother etc.) where you can see the extent of how things affect their youngest member and it’s not pretty. 

This is for anyone who’s watched Fried Green Tomatoes and wondered if Ruth & Idgie are supposed to be read explicitly as a couple or just as best friends. The film does a weird job of both showing them as a couple raising a kid together, but keeping it ambiguous enough that they could still be mistaken for good friends. Every description of the film, including the back of the DVD calls them “friends” and it’s bullshit. They’re a couple. They are in romantic love with each other. Don’t ever doubt it.

From Fannie Flagg’s novel itself. Idgie’s POV (of the bee charmer scene) followed by Ruth’s POV of her decision to marry Frank Bennett:

I rest my case.

(There are obviously many other examples from the novel - including Idgie’s own mother telling Idgie’s siblings not to tease her about her crush on Ruth; and lovely Sipsey teasing Idgie that she’s been bitten by “the love bug”. But rather than me including every example, you may as well read the novel yourself!)

anonymous asked:

COLIN,TONY!!! what do you think about the fact that people ship you two????

colin: well, i can’t exactly go on ships… unless there’s some sort of internet connection there, no one can do much in my digital world. not to mention, i am 95% electronic based, so putting me anywhere near water could possibly lead to me shorting out and/or my possible death. so, ships are definitely not for me!

tony: colin’s right, he could die. now, even a machine like himself can run out of time, but if he were to die by water, that would be quite the untimely death. both of us would not prefer that, don’t you think?

colin: [nods thoughtfully]

tony: not to mention, i run on batteries, so if any water got near there, i could potentially die, too. now, while i do talk about time running out and such, i’d rather not have mine suddenly run out, especially for such a silly reason!

Bioshock Infinite Sentence Meme
  • "Are you afraid of God?"
  • "No, I'm afraid of you."
  • "Bring us the girl, and wipe away the debt."
  • "I was GOING to tell you they'd come."
  • "What happens if someone finds us here?"
  • "And that works?"
  • "It does seem an awful place to be stranded."
  • "This is your last chance!"
  • "Without Sin, what grace has forgiveness?"
  • "One goes into an experiment knowing one could fail."
  • "Ah! It's a bee! I HATE those things."
  • "Just kill it."
  • "Do you ever get used to it? ...the killing?"
  • "The only difference between past and present is semantics."
  • "She is both alive and dead."
  • "She finds this condition...disagreeable."
  • "Why do you ask what when the delicious question is when?"
  • "That idiot priest needs to learn the difference between baptizing a man and drowning one."
  • "Just 'cause a city flies don't mean it ain't got its fair share of fools."
  • "The lord forgives everything, but I'm just a prophet so I don't have to."
  • "You can get us out of here?"
  • "I'll get back to you after I figure out the floating city bit."
  • "There's always a lighthouse, there's always a man, there's always a city."
  • "See? Not stars. They're doors."
  • "You think a dip in the river is gonna wash away the things I've done?"
  • "Why is your mother a ghost?”
  • "The lord judges, I act."
  • "He doesn't ROW?"
  • "No, he DOESN'T row."
  • "Ah. I see what you mean."
  • "Quantum particles suspended in space time at a fixed height."
  • "Giant balloons?"
  • "So, not giant balloons?"
  • "Why are you following me?"
  • "Why are you following us?"
  • "Hmm, surprising."
  • "Surprising that it worked?"
  • "Surprising that it didn't kill him."
  • "To your credit, you did try to weasel out of the deal."
  • "It would seem your mother... is raising... the dead."
  • "Well I want a puppy. That doesn't mean I'm going to get one."
  • "An entire city underwater. How ridiculous."
  • "Nobody tells me where to go!"
  • "And the truth shall set you free."
  • "Heads? Or Tails?"