jfc father

some realistic and in-character father/son conflicts boruto could have

- naruto is an overbearing parent who wants to be involved with Everything they do and doesn’t know how to give his kids space

- naruto is over-protective of his loved ones to the extreme

- naruto has no idea what ‘normal’ father-son relationships are like thanks to his childhood, as a result he can make a lot of mistakes due to wanting his children to like him more than doing what’s best for them

- naruto is the entire village’s dad and boruto wishes he could have more one-on-one time rather than ‘nart is babysitting Everyone’ time

- naruto is the Most Embarrassing of all dads

- boruto is terrified by the prospect of ever living up to his father’s legacy

- boruto expects that his dad/the ninja world would hate him for not becoming a ninja and following in naruto’s footsteps

- boruto expects that his ninja skills will be handed to him on a silver platter due to his parentage

- boruto doesn’t take in naruto’s many lessons on hard work because his skills were handed to him on a silver platter

- literally anything but what we got

PSA: Yondu Udonta didn’t know he was trafficking children to their deaths when he started that shit. This is confirmed by James Gunn himself.

Honestly, given Yondu’s backstory, I’m hard pressed to think Yondu - for all of his clear faults - would be the kind of character whom would willingly and knowingly sacrifice the lives of children so that they could be used as tools/batteries for a “"higher purpose”“ like Ego’s.

I don’t get why there are people harshly criticizing yona trying to come to terms with suwon and her inability to hate him.

Yona, il, and suwon were born into similar situations and therefore should have grown up similarly. However, while suwon learned about the outside world and formulated plans to help, yona and il remained ignorant to it and effectively shut their eyes to how their ignorance affected others. I think people miss the entire point of yona’s growth–she didn’t need to become a better person, yona was always a good person. She needed to learn that her ignorance is no excuse when people are literally dying to feed her. Overcoming ignorance has basically been all yona’s been doing since leaving the castle. And while she can be excused for her ignorance on account of literally being locked in the castle, il has no excuse for shutting his eyes to his own people. He took their money, food, and resources and in return offered them nothing. Il wanted a peaceful world but he wasn’t the one who had to suffer for it. He could offer his daughter all the pretty things she wanted and meanwhile his own people couldn’t even afford to get their children food.

That’s what yona’s trying to come to terms with. Her father’s vision was not only unrealistic but harmful. His ignorance and inactivity as a leader, and hers by default, killed people. Even if he meant no harm, that’s what il did. And yona knows il never meant for these terrible things to happen but he allowed them to anyways. She’s trying to reconcile the man she knew with the king others saw him as, and as she does that she can’t help but wonder what suwon’s motivations are. She’s trying to come to terms with him because from everything we’ve seen, he’s done much less damage than il. Everyone who meets him considers him a good king. Lili, yona’s friend, trusts suwon as king. Tao, from an enemy country, considers him a good king. On the flip side, no one but yona and hak has ever had anything positive to say about il. So its natural that yona wonders who the real villain is. She knows which king hurt her but she’s learning that that isn’t an experience others share.

She also has to decide what she wants to do with what she’s learned. Will she help suwon? If not, will she be able to stand by her father in good conscious, knowing what she knows ablut him now? Should she take control and lead the country her own way? But if she does that, can she guarantee she’ll be a better leader than suwon? Better than il?

Yona has reason to hate suwon and want him dead but she’s learning that many others feel similarly about il and her by default. She’s trying to reconcile that information and decide what to do with it. She also now knows she’s willing to fight and kill to protect her people and, from what we’ve seen, that line of thinking is more similar to suwon’s than il’s. So it makes sense that yona’s unable to completely denounce suwon. Doesn’t mean she still loves him or wants to be with him so shippers, please calm down. Yona’s not nuts. Not hating/kind of understanding suwon does not equal being in love with him.

somehow, I can imagine that when Spock hears something that he finds really hilarious, inside him there is a boy who is laughing like that but from the outside his amusement is very subtle.. and only some people can see that laughing boy inside him.
In my mind, this is one of the first things Nyota understood about him: his subtlety being like his own language to understand.

Imagine Kuroko and Kagami’s baby inheriting Kuroko’s lack of presence, and one day they’re having lunch in MajiBa or something and Kuroko comes back from the toilet to find Kagami having a panic attack and turning the entire place upside down, and crying and screaming, so Kuroko rushes to him, a little scared.

“Kagami-kun, what’s wrong?”

“K-k-kuroko I-I-I lost the b-b-baby I….”

“Kagami-kun… you are holding him.”

anonymous asked:




#i know we are supposed to be focusing on the Trickler in this scene #but how can i do that when there is clearly a romantic knight OTP budding to life before my own eyes?? #you literally dont have names but i ship you

demetratwipz  asked:

In your personal opinion is Gabriel Hawk Moth? ? ( ' w ' )

I think there’s enough evidence to support both sides, so

Originally posted by tayloraliswizzle

I mean, it could be him, as much as it could not be. I won’t be able to provide source now, but there’s the Jackady episode which would made the theory a little ridiculous (I mean, if it’s true, he clearly appears as Gabriel and then as Hawk Moth in the following frame; is he parkour-ing his way to his evil lair??? Does his powers include teletransportation????), and there’s also a model sheet of some ML characters in which both have very different heights (as well as different face shapes). 

But then again, in the Origins episodes his silhouette is shown and it looks exactly like Gabriel, and then there’s Adrien’s mother picture in his pendant, and Hawkdaddy’s twitter saying Miraculous are supposed to mask people’s appearances and make them unrecognizable (which would not only explain why everyone in that show is so f blind but also why Agreste-father and HM are so different), and how Gabriel reacts to his son’s ring by the end of Jackady (welp, I think it was Jackady at least). Aside all that, Gabriel being Hawk Moth would make things more dramatic and I think that could be a good move for a television show, but then again, they’ve been hinting on it too hard, and at this point in time the plot twist would actually be for Gabriel not to be the villain. Or something.

I’m not particularly fan of him being Hawk Moth, and if I ever had to write something I see (even if vaguely) faithful to the original show (and not for the sake of the angst), I’d take the route of the villain being someone random, someone with connections to Master Fu, or maybe Mama Agreste’s sibling. I mean, we’ve still got two more seasons and possibly many more characters to meet. My point is that I don’t really mind either way, but Adrien would likely feel betrayed beyond repair and I don’t want my sunny child to be hurt.

Originally posted by gurl

BUT! We also have to remember it’s a cartoon made for children, regardless of the number of people above 14 who watch it. Characters were wiped out from the original idea because it could’ve been a bad influence on the little kids, so I don’t think they would make a move as reckless as painting a single father as a villian, even if it were for plot reasons. All episodes (aside from the Origin ones) were a perfect circle; always with trouble, yes, but also always followed by its solution - because it would be too depressing to do otherwise, as it would to have Hawk Moth as Gabriel because jfc he’s Adrien’s father.

……….. Unless he isn’t.


Basically, I hope he isn’t, but if he is…

Originally posted by moonspirit10deviantart