just perfect idk

People talk a lot about how Harry Potter taught them about friendship and bravery and love overcoming evil etc and of course I think that’s very important but like…

Harry Potter also taught an entire generation of kids that the news media can’t always be trusted to tell the truth, that the government can often be corrupt or incompetent, that the legal system isn’t always right, that the people in power don’t always have your best interests at heart. That bad things sometimes happen to good people, that your heroes aren’t always as perfect as you think they are, that even those with the best intentions can be wrong, that everyone can make mistakes and that often in order to make things right it takes a lot of hard work and sacrifice.

…and I think in a way that’s every bit as important as the more positive messages.

  • twenty one pilots performing during concerts: gods among men, no one can touch their talented greatness
  • twenty one pilots performing on live t.v shows: two weird potatoes ready to be boiled

ok lol kuroo adores bokuto for sure but i don’t see why people write him as utterly on board with bokuto’s shit all the time while akaashi is frustrated and annoyed

whenever we see kuroo talking about bokuto off screen he’s almost always talking about how annoying he is. i mean, we see him playing along and having fun and it’s clear he fucking adores bokuto but still, he’s always like “what an idiot” from afar. and he thinks it’s hiliarious

on the other hand the second anyone talks to akaashi about bokuto while bokuto’s not present he’s all like “lol yes our ace who is amazing and reliable and what a good guy have i told you how wonderful he is i mean sure he has his flaws but wow what a guy.” i mean, akaashi hardly ever says anything positive about bokuto to his face but behind his back i don’t think i can recall akaashi saying a single bad thing about him without at the very least saying it’s not a big deal given what’s good about him

so yes. kuroo loves his idiot friend, akaashi is in deep

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The way that we are
Is the reason I stay
As long as you’re here with me
I know I’ll be OK

tbh u know what i hate: the whole idea that you can’t really be a fan of a celebrity if you call them out on stuff. like, if anything, i think it makes you just as much of a fan as everyone else because you’re recognizing them as a normal, human being who does dumb/shitty things like every other person in the world. & while its DAMN hard to admit that someone you admire isn’t perfect, its super important to be able to humanize them too.

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“we have this one little life and for a lot of it, we just blow around in the wind. but if we’re lucky and we believe that life knows what’s best for us sometimes we land on the right someone to talk to.” - happy valentine’s day! 

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Here’s some footage of actual B.A.P going grocery shopping it’s some exciting shiT

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Robron Playlist: [1/?] -> All This Time - OneRepublic
all this time we were waiting for each other
all this time I was waiting for you
we got all these words, can’t waste them on another
so I’m straight in a straight line running back to you

I know OUAT has its share of issues in terms of representation but they’ve also done a lot of things that I love.

  • The farm boy who’s called up to be a hero is not the main hero or the viewpoint character, he ends up in a mostly supportive role helping out his wife, the leader, and also his daughter, the sheriff.
  • The conventionally-attractive white guy who becomes the main character’s love interest is a disabled man.
  • The main hero characters are a) female and b) shown to have some questionable elements in their pasts, too; they don’t need to be perfect or innocent or pure to be heroic and loved.
  • The female villain begins to redeem herself not because some guy sweeps her off her feet or whatever, but because she recognises her mistakes and what they’ve cost her.
  • The guy who manipulates people and feels entitled to a woman’s love to the point where he’s willing to lock her up is quite explicitly the villain.
  • When two love interests meet, it isn’t automatically a cat fight and people don’t storm off in a jealous huff.
  • The women support and help each other and the men aren’t afraid to talk about or show their feelings.

Yeah, okay, the writing isn’t always perfect in how they bring all this across and there are a few unfortunate implications, but even so. Overall, they’re getting a lot of things right, too, and they’re things you don’t see that often on TV, and I think that’s pretty cool.

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this is definitely real footage of B.A.P playing the truth game trust me enjoy

idk what this is either buddy