just kidding. but seriously

are you a dinosaur or dragon person? are you a planets or stars person? are you a shiny or matte person?

Can we please kill the stereotype that NTs are cold, dispassionate people? I mean we might actually be planning your murder but I can assure you we’re passionate about it.

Literally fandom discourse largely just comes down to kids taking shit too seriously. It isn’t that deep. It really isn’t that deep. Fandoms aren’t that serious. Stop talking it so seriously. Stop putting so much negative energy into something that literally isn’t even real or that serious. Fandoms are fandoms they’re there purely for enjoyment. Just enjoy what you enjoy, avoid what you don’t, and let others do the same. Stop taking fandoms so seriously it literally isn’t that deep and was never meant to be. Lighten the fuck up kids, life will be so much nicer for you if you do.

@the tower of joy
  • Lyanna Stark: *dying* Ned, please promise me you'll take care of him
  • Ned Stark: *holding little baby Jon* I promise Lya
  • Lyanna: You know Rhaegar probably would have wanted to name him something Targaryen sounding, like Jaeharys or Aemon or something...
  • Ned: Jaeharys is okay I guess-
  • Lyanna: But fuck that bitch, my baby's name is Jon


• it starts when Peter cusses Happy out in Italian bc he’s frustrated

• Tony starts laughing his ass off and Peter has an “o shit” moment

• “where’d you learn Italian, kid?” “…Aunt May” “knew I liked that woman for a reason”

• full discussions in Italian to frustrate Pepper and Happy

• eventually Tony tells Peter about his mother, and tells stories about her in Italian

• when cap and co. get back they speak solely in Italian on coms

• talking shit in Italian near constantly

• Tony takes Peter to his mothers grave, it’s silent until Peter, in Italian asks:

• “so, Mrs. Stark, what are you wearing up in heaven? something skimpy I hope”

• Tony isn’t sure if he should laugh or cry

• when Peter meets Rhodey, he says something unflattering in Italian

• Rhodey just raises an eyebrow and asks Tony if this stick ass kid seriously just called him an asshat in Italian


• Tony is dying in the background

• Peter holds speaking Italian with Tony over Harley Keener as “proof he’s Tony’s favorite”

• Harley asks F. R. I. D. A. Y. for Italian lessons the next day

Let Keith Be Happy

This kid… made cry, alright!?

Seriously, just… think about everything he’s been through:

  • He has abandonment issues.
  • Trust issues.
  • He doesn’t know how to connect with people.
  • He probably feels left out because he doesn’t understand everyone else sense of humor.
  • He was tagged by Pidge as the loner, wich maybe made him feel rejected.
  • His mother abandoned him.
  • We don’t know if his father is dead or he abandoned him too.
  • He has nightmares.
  • He was revealed to be Galra in the middle of the war against them.
  • He had to deal with Allura hate for almost 2 episodes.
  • The only person he had left disappeared not one, BUT TWICE.
  • He was forced to replace Shiro even though he said he couldn’t or wanted.
  • Neil Kaplan said once that maybe he has PTSD too (wouldn’t surprise me).
  • He hates having such a bad temper but can’t control it.
  • The only thing he has left from his parents is a old shack in the middle of the desert and a Blade.
  • In season 4 he leaves the team for the Blade of Marmora.
  • Basically he leaves the only family he ever had.
  • He almost committed suicide without even knowing if his idea would work.

And the list just keeps getting bigger…

In few words:

Dreamworks… let Keith be happy for once in his life.

Might I just point out that this is one of the only times in the movie when Peter is visibly angry. He cares so, so much about May. The slightest idea of anyone, even Ned, his best friend and the person he probably trusts the most, giving May more grief, and he immediately drew the line. And he still was able to be respectful about it afterward. He thanked Ned for holding his secret. He thanked him. He realized the burden. WHAT A KID. SERIOUSLY.

  • IT: *starts with the scene about mike having to kill that lamb*
  • me: oh my god is mike going to be our main character? this makes so much more sense since the old version had him writing all their adventures down. oh this is such a smart decision for the character and itll offer a cool perspective this is so much better than the old one
  • IT: *gives all of mikes important contributions to ben*
  • IT: *doesnt introduce mike to the group for forever*
  • IT: *excludes mike from the finale because of henry bowers*
  • me: ... oh.
Things my friends have said as musicals:


Phantom of the opera ~ “but would it be okay to kidnap someone if I love them? I would look after them.”

Hamilton ~ “You know what, I freaking love history like bitches of the past!”

Great comet ~ “Maybe we can run away together and have lots of babies!”

Rent ~ “When I’m older I’m not going to pay my rent, I refuse to because people are dying and they should help them instead.”
Me: Okay???

The Book of Mormon ~ “RELIGION IS SEXY!!!!!”

Falsettos ~ “I was robbed, they took it away when it was mine!” (I’m sorry but they deserved the tony)

Wicked ~ “My sexuality is pink, wait no… green! Yeah green!”

Dear Evan Hansen ~ “I am not noticed by anyone, but when I die I will become a natural phenomenon!”

Be more chill ~ “Is joining the play being gay, I’m not gay but is that gay?”

Come from away ~ “let’s move to Canada, it’s so nice there, I love Canada.”

Waitress ~ “ADULTERY IS FUN! Just kidding don’t be a dick.”

Newsies ~ “Okay but seriously I’m sexually attracted to newspapers! HELP ME!”

Something rotten ~ “Why does everyone hate me? I’m amazing!”

There’s a huge line between joking around with your kid, and straight up being cruel then falling back on “that was sarcasm dear” “I’m just kidding” “why do you always take everything so seriously”

Somehow people seem to think that line is easy to cross unintentionally but it isn’t. You don’t say cruel shit accidentally, routinely. You don’t joke about your child’s insecurities then get to say they can’t take a joke.

It doesn’t mean your kid is too sensitive.

It means you’re a shitty and abusive parent.