it's one of my favourite lines

for nadya @assholecashtons

‘Did you know that you have gold in your eyes?’

Calum laughed under you, his eyes crinkling. ‘I didn’t know that, darling,’ he said. ‘Thought they were just brown.’

You shook your head, pressing a quick kiss to the tip of his nose. ‘There are little tiny bits of gold in them,’ you mumbled, running the tips of your fingers over his eyelashes. ‘They’re very pretty.’

‘Yeah?’ Calum murmured, a little breathless. His fingers pressed against the soft skin around your hips, pulling you against his chest. Slowly, you moved your fingers down the curve of his nose, running them over and around his lips, laughing a little when he pouted to kiss them. His cheeks were red from sitting near the heater for so long, and you couldn’t resist pressing your lips against them, feeling just how warm he was.

‘What are you doing to me?’ Calum asked quietly, reaching up to push your hair away from your face.

You nudged your nose against his. ‘‘M just loving you, is all.’

The Top 10 Films of 2016

Another year has passed, and since I remember people being interested last time, I have put together a fresh list running down my top 10 films of 2016. Enjoy, and look out for my top 10 most anticipated films of 2017 list @starwarsnonsense (which is my Star Wars blog)!

Honourable mentions: Rogue One, Kubo and the Two Strings, When Marnie Was There and Love and Friendship.

1. Paterson

One line review: An exquisitely understated and sweet portrait of the poetry of the mundane, elevated to the level of transcendence by a marvellously genuine and appealing performance from Adam Driver.

2. Nocturnal Animals

One line review: Not style over substance as some have claimed (though every frame is gorgeous), Nocturnal Animals is a deeply unsettling portrait of a seemingly immaculate life fractured by festering regrets.

3. Moana

One line review: My favourite of all the CG Disney animated movies, Moana is a wonderfully refreshing adventure that has relationships between women at its core.

4. Arrival

One line review: A beautiful piece of cinematic sci-fi that is ultimately a celebration of linguistics and love - this underlines that 2016 is truly the year of Amy Adams.

5. Your Name

One line review: A Ghibli-shaped hole in my heart was filled by this movie, which features wondrously detailed animation and some of the most ingenious and rewarding plotting I’ve ever seen.

6. Midnight Special

One line review: I bought a ticket for Adam Driver but loved Midnight Special for Michael Shannon, who delivers a powerhouse performance as a father willing to go to any lengths to protect his terrifyingly powerful child.

7. Zootopia

One line review: A perky and remarkably imaginative animated movie with a central message that promotes tolerance and compassion without resorting to preachiness.

8. Tale of Tales

One line review: The year’s best looking movie (sorry, Nocturnal Animals!) and one of the best and most authentic presentations of fairy tales I’ve ever seen on the big screen.

9. The Witch

One line review: The year’s most unusual horror movie relies on historical authenticity and the gradual build of a creepy atmosphere as opposed to cheap thrills, and is a remarkable evocation of the paranoia and superstition of the earliest European settlers of America.

10. The Girl With All The Gifts

One line review: This movie basically means Hollywood shouldn’t bother with a film of The Last of Us, since there’s nothing left to accomplish - the killer premise of child zombies is exploited to the fullest extent here, and the weird, faintly surreal ending truly lingers.

 Ouma being impressed by Saihara-chan
  • Ouma being impressed by Saihara-chan
  • danganronpa v3
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One of my favourite voice lines from Ouma, I can roughly make out him saying the following

*laughs* As expected from Saihara-chan!

You made it this far! You really are useful!

I have finally rewatched this amazing musical and this is just a perfect crossover for these two, okay?

And I believe, there’s good in everybody’s heart,
Keep it safe and sound.
(Listen close to everybody’s heart,
And hear that breaking sound.)
With hope you can do your part
To turn a life around!
(Hopes and dreams are shattering apart
And crashing to the ground!)

(Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog – I Cannot Believe My Eyes)

When we were approached about covering My Chemical Romance’s ‘Cancer’, I was really excited about it. But I was also kind of nervous about changing something that felt right and was so simple. The one thing that stood out to me was the lyric 'I will not kiss you’. Its such a pure lyric because that persons talking about their family members, like their mum and their brothers. When I first heard the song that was the line that hit me the hardest and stayed with me. So that’s why I was excited to approach the song in a new way. It made me feel like I could highlight one of my favourite lyrics and then it became some kind of chorus, in a sense. Hopefully we did the song justice..
—  Tyler Joseph - Rocksound
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@aceshepard I bought her winter skin (and voiceline) since it was my favourite of the event, but I don’t even play her outside of the arcade since I’m not very good with her =__=

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I love the Aron line a lot it’s like

Awww

Ooooh

MOTHER FUCKING YES. YES. YES THIS IS EVERYTHING I EVER WANTED. SO COOL. SO POWERFUL. SO MAJESTIC. I’M SO HAPPY I TRAINED THIS POKEMON AND ITS GOING TO COME WITH ME AND STORM THE ELITE FOUR. LOOK AT MY POKEMON

anonymous asked:

What are your favourite Saiouma headcanons?

Oh, boy, this should be fun. I’ll try to limit myself to just a few, because otherwise I’d get too carried away.

  1. Ouma can’t flirt: The most important headcanon I have, and backed up by evidence from canon and from the love hotel scene, to boot. He’ll drop lines like “I stole Saihara-chan’s heart,” “Oh, did you fall for me Saihara-chan?”, “my beloved Saihara-chan,” etc. all day long, but once Saiahara ever seems to be actually, genuinely reciprocating, or worse, you know, actually understanding him or getting to know him, it’s time for Ouma to run. He’s been lying for so long that he believes his emotions are pretty much entirely a ruse, so the idea of actually being understood is exactly what he wants—but it’s also something he hates. He’s a contradictory brat, basically.

  2. The slowest of slow burn ships: For reasons stated above, but also Saihara isn’t exactly the most forthright about his emotions either. He’s so preoccupied with working through his own insecurities and trying to set aside his hesitation with exposing the truth, and then this gremlin comes along who is constantly demanding all his attention. Because to be honest, no matter what AU this took place in, Ouma would always be an asshole who goes snooping around people’s personal lives when he shouldn’t, and Saihara would be so…so tired. And then when he does realize he has feelings for said gremlin, Ouma’s just trying to make a run for it like some phantom thief sprinting out the door.

  3. Smug Saihara: By which I mean, Saihara is still pretty laid back and not actually smug by nature, but if he and Ouma ever were, actually, a thing, it would mean that he’d managed to find a way to understand Ouma, and that therefore he had solved a mystery, of sorts. And understanding the ways in which Ouma thought or worked despite his full intentions to keep being an annoying, enigmatic little brat would leave Saihara very happy with himself for a change. And Ouma would hate it.

I think those are the main, fleshed-out headcanons I’d personally incorporate into almost any fanfiction or AU, but I have plenty of others including but not limited to “Ouma throws himself over Saihara’s lap like a damn cat whenever he wants attention,” “Saihara has to start an intervention on how much Panta Ouma’s been drinking because he’s starting to suspect the guy just never sleeps,” and “they stage detective murder mystery games in their apartment on a weekly basis because Saihara’s getting progressively more competitive about solving mysteries in record time, and Ouma likes lying on the floor covered in fake blood because he’s weird.”

Thank you for asking! Saiouma is a lot of fun, and I’m looking forward to seeing more things written about their dynamic.

What’s the worst that I can say?
Things are better if I stay
So long and goodnight
So long and goodnight

Hi I drew Gerard, his eyes are meant to be closed but if they look open and blank its because I’m terrible at art.

Helena is a song I hold dear to me and this is one of my favourite lines of the song.

Anyway, I’ll post a better art next time.

anonymous asked:

Im gonna be honest i saw a post that said along the lines of "im upset cause josie mccoy, a woc, is portrayed as a bitch in riverdale" but?? I really like josie and the whole pussycat thing cause its like "were gonna make this revolutionary band with all females and itll be awesome" but i dont see her being a bitch? idk what the word is cause im drawing blanks but shes not a bitch??? one of my favourite characters

she’s just focused and determined about her career. she knows This Isn’t a Game. she actually wants to do something with this as a career. people tend to view black women being determined, as them being “bitchy”. trust me, ive been called that more times than i can count bc i was determined to do something. it’s wild.

josie is the best though, and the pussycats are literally icons.

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a thousand pieces of you: favourite dimensions  2. london

Picasso could have painted this city with its harsh angles, its rigidity, and the way dark lines of steel seem to slash through buildings like knife strokes. I imagine myself as one of the women he painted—face divided in two, asymmetrical and contradictory, one half appearing to smile while the
other is silently screaming. 

I stop in my tracks. By now I’ve found my way to the river-side, and across the dark water, illuminated by spotlights, is a building I recognize: St. Paul’s Cathedral.

London. I’m in London.

I recently discovered the manga called 「この音とまれ! 」 (Kono oto tomare!) by Amyuu and I cannot help but writing a few lines about it.

When I read it was the story of a koto club, I was immediately drawn to its reading. This is no surprise, since my interest in Japan is mainly focused on its language, history and traditional arts. Koto is one of my favourite musical instruments, so the manga could (and did) fit into my tastes.

As we have seen in many other mangas, we have the story of one of the many possible clubs a Japanese student can join. Here we find a koto club where only one member (Takezou) is left after the graduation of the senior students. He will have to find new members to ensure the survival of the club, and, of course, he will succeed. New members with different past experiences will appear and will form a happy and friendly group. Be aware that this is published in the Jump Square, and that its main target is shōnen readers, so don’t expect a very complicated plot. However, if you accept this and give this manga a chance, you will get to read a very beautiful story, with appealing characters (both young and adult!), a very cute art, and a plot where the spirit of friendship and of being able to overcome one’s problems and insecurities prevails (yes, be prepared to shed some tears).

The manga is still ongoing (12 volumes at the moment), and I wouldn’t be surprised if it got an anime. I’d also like them to release a CD with all the songs.

As I’m writing this lines I am listening to the incredibly beautiful versions of the pieces played in the manga and released by the publisher. Here you can watch and hear the marvellous 「龍星群」 (Ryuuseigun). Enjoy!