its like a dating game

Painted a hurt Fenris and Hawke sneaked in there to kiss him better - went from pure angst to 100% fluff, I do not regret.


Sometimes a Family is One Daughter and Her Eight Dads

“You told me not to make a big deal but you seem to have forgotten that my entire mission in life is to make a big deal out of your accomplishments. So consider this your graduation party. Surprise!”

“Dad, everyone’s here!”

“Well yeah, everyone wanted to come and support you.”

“Is that… a mac and cheese… bar?”

“Sure is. Fully customizable, down to the type of mac. And there’s an ice cream cake. The good kind with the crunchies in the middle.”

“I… don’t know what to say.”

“Don’t say anything. Just go have fun with your pals, alright? I’m so proud of you, Amanda.”

90% of taz criticism continues to ignore that it’s a game of dnd played by three brothers and their dad

i felt like i was left at the altar


in football, players don’t say “i love you,” they murder their dearest life partners on the pitch, and i think that’s really beautiful

theyre bananas for equality!

Apparently Rick Shades Day and Markus Velafi’s birthday are both on June 6th!! I have a feeling if these two meet they will instantly become best friends. 

Imagine the Minyard-Josten rivalry, except with Kandreil.

  • the press is all over the rivalry
  • so ofc they need to ask the past foxes about their relationship
  • matt and dan are like “oh yes they’ve always hated each other”
  • nobody picks up on the sarcasm
  • aaron’s just like “no comment”
  • renee goes along with it
  • allison only says “i won so many bets because of them you don’t even know”
  • nicky is too busy laughing to say anything
  • then there’s kevin

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authenticaussie  asked:

Superheroess!!! (Do you know it was apparently superhero day the other day!? Im so disappointed that i missed it!!) Anyway ;u; - ‘Look, I really need a date to take to this superhero get-together, but I have no-one to ask…will you come with me?’ AU w/ a pairing of your choice? (Or mas if you don't want to pick //w\\) ((ALSO STEALTH DATING ?? MAKES ME WHEEZE SO MUCH?? YES I LOVE IT))

(NO I DID NOT KNOW OH MY WHY DIDNT SOMEONE TELL ME??? and yessss, stealth dating, it was going so well too, but then whitebeard ruined it!!!)

Marco doesn’t want to go to the gala. He honestly hates the gala, there’s always too many heroes talking about their great victories over EVIL and letting pretty girls hang off of them like they’re nothing more than decorations. It’s horrible and Marco can’t not go, not when he’s Phoenix, one of the most famous heroes in the world.

Most of the heroes that he had been friends with had all retired, age or wounds finally pulling them from their fights to quiet lives doing something else.

Which is why Marco hates going. He’s got no one to talk to and he spends far too much time ignoring the younger generation talking about him behind his back.

“You aren’t even listening!” Fire Storm shouts throwing his hands up in the air. “He’s not even listening Blue!”

“What,” Blue Gentleman asks looking betrayed. “But Phoenix, you always listen to us ranting.”

“I’m sorry,” Marco sighs. “I’m just tired.”

Fire Storm shakes his head, already bringing Marco down, “Are you okay?” He asks setting Marco in the rolling chair that usually holds a hostage, but Thatch was out of town and they never kidnapped Haruta. “Do, do you need us to beat someone up for being mean to you?”

“We can do that,” Blue Gentleman adds. “We like you.”

“I’m a superhero that beats you up.”

“Yeah, but you listen to us and you don’t just throw us in jail. It’s nice,” Blue shrugs. “You’re also kind of our friend. We can beat people up for you.”

Marco shakes his head, “It’s the gala. The last of my friends retired not too long ago and most of them heroes are horrible. There’s a few that aren’t so bad, but they’re also so in awe of me that it’s- it’s awkward. And I have to go.”

“Take a date!” Fire Storm shouts from where he’s taken over the small area that is used as a kitchen. “That would help right?”

“Who would I take? I don’t have anyone other than family and they’re all busy with their own lives. I can’t make them come with me.”

They exchange a look, one that’s hard to read with their masks covering their faces so thoroughly.

“You could take one of us?” Blue offers finally. “I mean, you’d have to swear not to bother us in our normal lives, but one of us could free up the time to go to your gala?”

“You, you’re kidding aren’t you?”

“Nah, we like you best. If you need to take someone to your stupid important gala then one of us can go to your stupid important gala.”

Marco blinks between them, studying them both in confusion before sighing, “I don’t want to break you two up, you’re a matched pair.”

Fire Storm laughs, “You have some weird ideas about us, bird boy,” He slides his mask up off his face. “The name is Ace. I’m a firefighter.”

“Sabo,” Blue says grinning. “I work at the newspaper downtown.”

“Marco Newgate,” Marco says because there is such thing as being fair and they had told him who they were. “I’m a paper pusher at Newgate Industries.”

“Pay up, I told you he had to be a Newgate,” Ace states holding a hand out to Sabo. “You worry about the old man too much.”

Imagine dates with Woozi where you guys just stay in and binge play your favorite video games.

anonymous asked:

So I have a question. I feel like I am not the target audience for Dream Daddy because I'm a gay woman, so I haven't planned on playing it. But I feel like people who talk to me about it are judging me when I say I hadn't planned on playing it because of that reason. So I was wondering what you think? I'm glad my other gay friends have a game for them so I don't want it to be like I'm taking their spotlight sort of thing.

Okay, honestly, just because you are not the target audience doesn’t mean you can’t play or enjoy Dream Daddy. Supporting a thing by buying and playing it is an okay thing to do, whether you are a lesbian, straight, or just not a man. Like half the guys that play it aren’t even dads and yet there is a ton of commentary targeted at things like being a trans man with a child, being a single dad after the death of a partner, being divorced and trying to raise a child; while feeling like your ex is undermining your parenting, or having a friendly relationship with your ex, while raising your children, and still finding a new partner.

Like there are a ton of different perspectives in the game and so the target audience is already a wide cast net (as far as being gay/bisexual/mlm/etc., just a dad, or both), but like I was saying, not being the target audience is okay too. Dream Daddy does a great job of normalizing mlm relationships in everyday and giving the perspective of the target audience. (side note for the picky: yes there are flaws, but overall it was Great).

As for the whole spotlight thing? Buying and enjoying the game is not taking the spotlight away from it’s target audience, talking about and celebrating is not taking it away either. In fact, it just offers a bigger space for enjoyment and fandom of the game.

Taking the game is making it about You, for instance (not at you but something I saw) there were a few wlw who were attacking this game, and I mean ATTACKING this game because there wasn’t an equivalent of it for them. Which fair, but why undermine the game for mlm??? Why not plan to make your own wlw game based off of it??? There was even some official talk about making that a thing.

Another thing taking it away from the men it is for, is excluding them from the fandom. Talking over them when they are so excited about this game. Some (thankfully from what I’ve seen so few) straight women have been taking the dads and doing what if their cis woman oc was the main character instead…which phases out the men this game was made for. Especially since some of the dads are in fact not bisexual or unknown as bisexual.

SO yeah, I don’t care who you are. If you think you’d like this game or don’t know if you’d like this game, or Whatever. Play the game, support the game, enjoy the game. It’s really cool, really sweet, the characters are varied and wonderful (except for HIM), it is overall realistic, lovely, and just so great to see mlm in a not overly sexual, normalized, wholesome, and satisfying filter.