just to be clear her so what

So I have a horrible theory

I know everyone is really upset about Narti’s death and it seems like the whole fandom is split in two because of Lotor’s decision to kill Narti and whether or not it’s justified. Well why don’t we get the answer from Narti herself?

A lot of people have been saying Lotor is a vicious killer or that Narti is a traitor who deserved to be killed. Or was she a traitor at all? We see in episode 3 of season 4 where her death takes place, the girls all shout out different things, such as “How did they find us?” and “We must have been tracked!” And then we get the long, processing pause from Lotor. He literally takes a whole 6 seconds to stop, think, then stare at Narti, who obviously returned the gaze:

She acknowledged Lotor’s gaze, she knew what he was thinking. She knew that he had found out. We can tell this by the specific close up to her and the way her head is angled to ‘look’ back at Lotor. And we all know how quick Narti is in battle.

We’ve seen the way she zips past her opponents and dodges their hits with ease. She obviously knew Lotor was staring at her, and that he was furious for not only putting his plans in danger, but the lives of everyone on that ship as well (especially the other generals). And the charge Lotor took at Narti was a clear, easy dodge for her. It was a basic move in which even I theorized before the season came out that if Narti was on the other side of the blade, she would dodge and mind control him. It just seemed so easily set up like that. And yet… She stood there:

Not in a defensive position. So essentially what I’m saying is: did Narti let herself get struck down for the sake of the team? Now I don’t know how probable this is, but it’s another thing to think about. Narti probably spent years with these girls and considered them family, since Lotor had not only accepted her as being a halfbreed, but having a disability as well. 

Now we don’t know if Haggar had actually mind manipulated Narti before she got on the ship with Lotor, but I wouldn’t say it’s not probable, especially with these frames:

What if she knew she was being brainwashed, since her own mind control powers could have interfered with Haggar’s?

Idk, this theory is probably far from true, but it’s another option to look at. 

anonymous asked:

i don't want to get my hopes up for canon sheith but it seemed like s4 was seriously pushing both allur@nce and pining keith

allurance and sheith for endgame is my hope and just what makes the most sense to me. Also, I know a lot of people are saying allurance “came out of nowhere” but like–it seemed pretty clear to me they were really trying to establish it in season 3. This is just the buildup from there. And even earlier, there were little hints like “Mrs. Blue Lion.” Not to mention how Allura and Lance first met?? Like okay yeah, after Allura gets her bearings it doesn’t go so well. But that first moment when Lance catches her and their eyes lock? Looked to me like how you’d introduce a future love interest there

Some thoughts on Hillary Clinton on The Graham Norton Show

The first thing to say is that it was a great interview - Hillary was relaxed, which was sort of amazing given the circumstances, but I think the second the audience saw the crutches, she had them in the palm of her hand. There had been a lot of “what the hell is going on?” during the day - kind of understandable given most arrived between 8am and 9am, and the interview was just over 4 hours late in starting - we’d been told nothing, just that she was delayed, and then word filtered out that she’d missed two other shows that morning, and some grumbling started, primarily a fear that she’d miss Norton too after waiting so long. But then she appeared, and it was so clear she was in discomfort and struggling to walk, and I think if the audience had been allowed to carry her to the sofa, they would have.

She’s very funny in the interview, although in general it’s pretty serious compared to the usual Norton content. Norton has a really easy going manner which sort of made the serious nature of what was being said probably easier for some expecting a more boisterous interview (the usual tone of the show) to digest, and there was a nice to and fro between them. For the most part here in the UK, she’s had sympathetic interviewers - and it was abundantly clear that Norton had read the book too - which helps a lot. She didn’t say anything that we’d not heard before during the book tour, but she seemed more casual saying it, more open. Maybe it was the painkillers for the fractured toe, or just the fact that rather like last night in the Southbank Centre, she knew from the word go that she had an audience entirely on her side - we weren’t former voters, we didn’t have any grievance, we were there because we liked her and wanted to hear her. She talked about desperately wanting to get out of going to the inauguration - which provided a delightfully funny moment when she said she “thought” the Bush seniors being in hospital was legit, and providing they don’t lose it during the edit, she says George W’s “that was some weird shit” quote about the Trump’s speech of doom and disaster. Also, she does the intro for the top of show, and bless, she had to scoot to the end of the sofa to record it because she couldn’t walk nor stand to do it.
It was a bravo performance, really. I mean, ultimately she could have messaged what had happened to her and the audience would have gone home admittedly disappointed but understanding, but she turned up - a trooper to the end - obviously in discomfort, having trouble walking, and she was magnificent. Open, funny, looked gorgeous, and once again reminding everyone what an utter loss to the world the election result last year was. This is a woman who keeps going, who gets things done, who battles on, regardless. That is an amazing thing.

The interview will air this Friday on BBC One, after the Ten O'Clock News, so usually around 10.35pm, and from what it sounded like her interview will be the first up. They’re recording the other guests on Thursday evening.

If anyone wants to ask my anything about today, or last night at the Southbank Centre, feel free, as I know I probably didn’t cover everything that well above.

anonymous asked:

Hi Ash! I've been thinking about all the talking Laurie Holden is doing re Andrea's exit from TWD. She comes across as bitter but Andrea's exit clearly put her out of a job so i can get it somewhat. But isn't she and DG good friends or at least friends? I've never heard her say like "if it had to be anyone, I"m glad it's Michonne/Danai". Am I the only one that finds that odd or gets pissed off about that? She's supposed to be at WSCATL too so I hope she stays clear of Richonne events.

No, you’re not the only one. I understand why she’s upset, because what Mazzara did to Andrea was pretty shitty. However, the fact that she started talking about this just after Richonne went canon bothers the hell out of me. Talking about how she was supposed to be with Rick and her eight-year contract and all that, when Danai is supposed to be getting her shine on. I don’t know if they’re friends at this point (it might’ve been one of those work friendships that fades once you no longer work together), but even so, how about some professional courtesy?

She signed on to do WSC Atlanta after her comments got a bit of traction from Philly, so I fully expect her to be back on her bullshit. Luckily, there’ll be plenty of Richonne to detract from it this time. 🤗  

abare-apple replied to your post: and i’m still wondering how stark knew they were…

my big reach is stark is owner but i think the show has pretty officially cleared him of suspicion so

well see that’s what i’m worried about… i don’t want it to be true, but. he’s always leaving for his “part time jobs” & has yet to specify exactly what those are. he’s got that playful, jokester sort of vibe that stark has, too (just in a different way). and what if him being cleared of suspicion was meant to throw us off?? we’re all sitting here thinking “they wouldn’t have him be faust after already having a ‘is he faust’ scare” but What If They Would… the first time was a red herring. i’m so concerned about this, mr toei is giving me anxiety this year

or another similar possibility: he said the pandora box messed with his mind and he wasn’t even in control of his actions when he caused “the incident”. what if that just kept happening? like he has whole blocks of time he can’t even remember when “blood stark” takes over…

My Way - Chapter 01

Description: Jungkook doesn’t appreciate your boyfriend’s insistence that he stop sleeping with you and he knows just how to prove that you like it his way.

Pairing: Jungkook x Reader

Genre: Smut, some underlying angst

Word Count: 9,324

Warnings: Fuckboy!Jungkook, Dom!Jungkook, infidelity, rough sex, thigh riding, very light breath play, gratuitous and shamelessly self-indulgent bragging via sext

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me, last night when I thought my best friend was abandoning me: I hate her and she’s the worst person ever and I’m never going to speak to her again so she’s knows how I feel!!
my best friend, this morning: hey, wanna hang out today
me, now: 💖💖💖💕💕💕❤❤😍😍😍😍✨✨❤❤💕😍😍💖💓😍💓💘💘😍💞💖💕💛💟😍💜❣💙💓💚💓💕❤😍😍💕💘😍💗 YES!!! ABSOLUTELY!! LET ME CLEAR MY SCHEDULE!!


What about Honerva? Oh idk, maybe…




Now okay this entire time I’ve been wondering:

How does no one including her own son not recognize her??

“No one comprehended that the experiments of my mother, Honerva, could never be undone. I had a secret team construct this inter-reality gate on the rift, where her work began.”


But why wouldn’t he recognize her right?


And just look at her expression. She is shocked to see her real face after so long.

Clearly getting her memories back in season 3 has changed her perspective on a lot of things.

It’s like she was almost reborn again

“No one can completely wipe a memory away. There are always remnants deep within to claw out.”


This could be foreshadowing to Zarkon possibly remembering some day through some sort of experience, considering he clearly didn’t remember even after she woke him up with her power drawn from those memories.

But back to the scene revealing her real identity:

Her pupils are shaking, her eyes are blood-shot, and she looks very distressed!

The amount of stress on her body over 10,000 YEARS is obviously going to take its toll on her. Her body is most likely permanently damaged from what happened to her when she was on her death bed.

Even if it is not the most noticeable thing happening in the show, she is clearly drawing back to being more Honerva than Haggar.

(Honerva was clearly crazy too and was a “science or death” woman but she was at least a little more sympathetic(?) as Honerva)

So I just wanted to point this out since I have seen absolutely no posts about this meanwhile I was screaming when it actually happened.

Theory time: so it’s clear that Zarkon(and everyone else in the universe) believe that Honerva died 10,000 years ago.

And as we’ve seen here, the purple/blue skin look and glowing eyes are part of an Altea transformation that she did to hide her identity.

Maybe when she woke up from being dead, she decided that the loss of his wife is exactly what zarkon needed to rule his empire with proper authority, considering he risked everything to try and save her she was obviously his weak spot.

So she wakes up before him and decides she’s going to be Haggar, the High Priestess of the galra empire, here to advise and help zarkon in anyway possible. And then over those 10,000+ years she forgot who she was, what with being swept up in the Druid magic and quintessence.

All she knew after a certain point was that she was Haggar. She clearly did not remember Lotor being her son until she gained her memories back. And it’s stated she didn’t realize zarkon was her husband until they came back.

So yeah this post is long sorry about that. Happy Season 4 Day everyone!

Laps and Naps

Originally posted by ohh-bloodyhell

Pairing: Sebastian Stan x female!Reader - Cast x female!Reader

Request: So my idea was a fic with seb and reader on the set of Infinity War. Reader likes taking naps on the casts laps, and after a while seb notices that she’s never napped on his lap and gets a bit jealous. A few cast members notice his crush on the reader and one day reader finds seb and the rest of the cast sitting together and goes straight for his lap. The whole cast looks up in awe and snap multiple pictures and seb is all flustered and blushy. You can change it up if it didn’t make sense lol ☺️ (-anon)

Warnings: none, really!! just pretty fluffy stuff

Word Count: 1.2K

A/N: it’s been such a weird week, and i really hope today will be good. but i’ve been havin’ a pretty bad mental-problems sort of day streak, so any memes sent to me are and will be greatly appreciated !!

“Y/N,” a distant, low voice sneaks through your sleepy mind. “C’mon, Y/N, I have to be in the suit in five minutes.”

The groggy veil of sleep slowly lifts off of your as you begin to wake-up. You could feel a heavy hand beginning to gently shake your shoulder.

“But I was so comfy,” your tired voice grumbles.

“I know,” Chris’s soothing voice drifts through the room. “But you’ve been sleeping on me for almost an hour, and I really have to get ready.”

Fine,” you groan, lazily pushing yourself up into a sitting position, snuggling into the corner of the couch as you pry open your heavy eyelids. “But you should know, that was a good nap.”

You blink away the sleep from your vision and look around the room, your gaze locking on Anthony.

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Taylor Swift
Look What You Made Me Do- Ending

Okay, so I have broken the audio down as much as I can from the ending scene of the video clip
There is a lot of background noise in that scene so its nit that easy but from what I can hear there are a lot of camera flashes, audience screaming and paparazzi
I think the audio breaks down to be either,
“They are trying to convince me it’s over”
“Stop trying to convince me it’s over”
OR I am totally wrong… 

But the “IT’S OVER” is very clear and that is going into the  “I would very much like to be excluded from this narrative” part.

Which then ends with them screaming “SHUT UP” and most of them covering them ears, they aren’t saying shut up to what that Taylor is saying they are saying it to all the background nose because for her it just doesn’t ever stop.

there are so any hidden elements to this video. 

dissonance [1]

summary: The King of Death finds he can also control life. || hades!bucky x persephone!reader

warnings: none that I can think of

note: Surprise, motherfuckers. This is kind of short [and kind of bad], just a few words shy of 1K. They’ll get longer as the story progresses, but I hope you guys like this. H’s book work isn’t included in this chapter, but he will be featured in some other things, and he did help me write/edit some of this. Let me know what you guys think. Feedback is always appreciated!


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I can bench press a car. I can climb up the side of a wall. Fight twenty guys to a standstill. Swing across chasms thirty stories deep. Feel a bullet coming my way and move fast enough to get clear. But, something in her makes me gentle. Makes me shy. Makes me strong. Makes me happy to be alive. And maybe that’s it. Maybe that’s what it really comes down to. She makes me. Makes me whole. She completes me. So, here’s the thing, God… I know I complain a lot, and I know that you and me we’ve got issues, but right now, just for tonight… Thank you for her. Thank you.

Imagine Bill talking about how nervous he was during your first meeting and letting it slip he has a crush on you during an interview.

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“So I- I didn’t ask you at first and don’t think anybody has let it go-” Jimmy said with a chuckle and Bill grinned to himself, nodding his head “But uh you said you met (Y/n) almost eight years ago? That’s- that’s a very long time you know.”

“Uh yeah” Bill rubbed the back of his neck a little nervously “My father had uhm he had invited me actually on set, to bemore specific, and I could never miss a chance like that. And- and that’s where I met her.”

“Hmh” Jimmy nodded his head “On the- on the set of Thor, right? Her character, and her as a person, has many fans that love her and is quite famous and so are you. Yet nobody has noticed a thing for all this time, it’s quite remarkable how you kept so low you know?”

“Oh uh” he chuckled “Well, it wasn’t that easy I will tell you. But we uhm had a friendship that we really wanted to last and for us to enjoy it we- we made the decision to be as subtle about it as possible. Our families knew of course, and so did our- our friends but uhm-” he cleared his throat, trying not to get off topic and let something slip of the two of you being more than just friends “It was all sort of- sort of us… living the moment every time, trying to make it just about… us?” he tried to explain with hand motions, hoping it didn’t come out so much as it being more than a friendship.

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RWBY Build Q&A Summary

Lindsay Jones, Kara Eberle, Barbara Dunkelman and Arryn Zech answered questions about their characters, voice acting and volume 5 for BUILD series. 

  • They were asked what they loved about their characters. Barbara said she loves Yang’s passion and love for the people in her life, her drive and her ability to push through every situation.
  • Arryn said she loves Blake’s progress from the White Fang, because she has never really dealt with her problems and coming from volume 4 into volume 5 she now deals with them in a much healthier way and started to push forward.
  • Kara said she loves that Weiss progressed from just being a team member to being a teammate and that Weiss actually got nice (#weissgotnice), but also the background about which we are still finding out more and her complexity. Lindsay added that Weiss has found her soul.
  • Lindsay said that she loves how Ruby keeps pushing forward with her goals and keeps going, not only for herself but for her friends.
  • They were also asked how they want their characters to end up, but it was made very clear they are answering that question as fans who know nothing about what will happen, so everything is not canon and does not have to be what actually happens to the characters on the show. Barbara sad she wants Yang to come to her own even more. She always puts on that persona, trying to be brave for everyone and be a motherly person in their life. She wants Yang to continue that, but also find out who she is without other people.
  • Arryn said she wants Blake to fix the White Fang, but not become their leader, because she thinks Blake is a pusher, but not a leader in that sense. She also said she wants Blake to be representation for things she was very confused about in High School. (Well, and Arryn is bi. Me too, Arryn, me too. We all want that. Let’s just pray it will actually happen.)
  • Kara said she wants Weiss to take back her title as the heiress, take over Papa Schnee and be Queen Schnee.
  • Lindsay said she wants Ruby to have a moment of complete break where she can’t emotionally move forward, a bit like Yang in volume 4. She wants her to have that introspective moment and then let the team build her up again.
  • Monty was very conscious of cosplay, that’s why they make the outfits out of things you can buy and add pockets.
  • They were also asked what we can look forward to in volume 5. They said that the overall theme of volume 4 was confrontation and going back to what they should have dealt with before while being at school, now volume 5 is about growth and learning, rebuilding and trying to get the team back together. (So I think RWBY will reunite, yeah!)
  • They record their lines alone, but sometimes they do table reads or practice together, more so in earlier volumes when they all still worked at RT. They have a bigger recording booth now, so maybe they will be able to record scenes together in the future.

They also talked about voice acting, Monty, seeing fanart and cosplayers at cons.

a meta about one of the best yet most underappreciated character development scenes in the bnha manga.

this is very long, but i also think it’s very important. please take the time to read, and enjoy this long piece o’ work

ok, here we go.

i’ve been re-reading the manga and this scene is so emotionally charged and so underrated. i’m going to be salty for a bit but stick with me here.

ok, first of all, let’s talk about the details: the baku(rescue)squad’s expressions.

todoroki looks alarmed, shocked to an extent, but mostly confused. the question that todoroki should ask in this situation is “why midoriya?” because technically it’s todoroki’s fault along with kirishima. even though it’s understandable why he’s upset at midoriya, being upset to the point of punching him (despite the fact that midoriya isn’t responsible for the initiation of the mission) is placing too much of the responsibility on midoriya’s shoulders, and it’s unfair. but, we don’t see any of that in todoroki’s expression. todoroki and iida went through so much together and so did iida and midoriya, which is why it’s uncharacteristic for him to just punch him out of the blue. not to mention that midoriya just got out of the hospital, and everyone was worried, so why would he do that? do we see that in todoroki’s face? the answer is no. his expression isn’t accusing at the slightest.

todoroki is alarmed but he’s waiting. he’s waiting for the explanation. todoroki gets his own panel so we can focus on his reaction, but there isn’t much to it, and that’s exactly the point. todoroki is the only one that gives iida the benefit of the doubt, and that’s a good way of showing how much their relationship progressed without touching on the subject at all.

on to yaomomo, who looks shocked to her core. she looks terrified, and i feel so sorry for her in this situation, especially because she’s the one they’re going thanks to. she just wants everyone to be okay. she’s helping with this because she wants bakugou to come back safe, and she’s accompanying them because she can’t send them off somewhere dangerous without knowing what might happen to them. she wants kirishima to be safe and also todoroki and midoriya and iida, and she’s willing to break the rules to do so. seeing iida acting this way and injuring midoriya must be horrible (especially with her kind of thinking… in the todoroki/aizawa fight she was thinking about her every move, regardless if it was her losing confidence or executing the final plan. she had to ask herself and todoroki if what she’s doing is okay).

now, and this is the interesting one: kirishima. the other two’s expressions can be explained in a way that ties them to the act: momo looks shocked because she has no idea why iida would act up when midoriya has nothing to do with the decision (and because she’s subconsciously taking the blame for herself), todoroki looks alarmed– because why would iida take out his anger on midoriya? (but is waiting for the rest, because he knows him too well), but kirishima has no idea who iida is beneath the initial impression of a strict class president, and would have no clue as to what’s iida’s reason for punching someone (and especially when that someone is his best friend).

kirishima, bless his soul, looks disgusted. he looks confused but his brows are pinched in a way that tells us that he’s not okay with this. and why would he be? he wouldn’t, because kirishima is all around a boy that has a strong sense of justice. kirishima is definitely blaming himself for having to rescue bakugou in the first place, and is going against the rules because he feels guilty and thinks he can do something. he wouldn’t endanger his classmates, ask momo for a favor and secrecy, go against the police and the pro’s orders and spend money on this ordeal if he didn’t think he has a shot at succeeding.

from his point of view, i can only imagine that he thinks iida is being dramatic and violent. kirishima wouldn’t suggest an idea like that without having confidence that they can fix this (he had all of that confidence even when it was just him and todoroki), and he knows that (as a person that was there when it happened) it bugs midoriya the most. so he asks midoriya from the good of his heart  if he wants to come along. kirishima doesn’t know iida that well at all (well momo doesn’t either but kiri is mentally stronger than her, so he thinks about the wrong in the situation instead of overthinking what he did wrong) and it makes all of the sense in the world for him to be mad. iida is supposed to be a role model, and that’s why it’s so alarming to see him randomly punching his best friend, but kirishima is the only one that shows clear disapproval for his actions. idk i just think it’s neat.

ok, getting to the point now: iida.

iida is a very underrated character, and his development is especially underrated and looked down upon, but this scene is where he grabbed our attention again ever since he lost it after the stain arc. you see, if you don’t stan iida, i doubt you pay attention to him. people appreciate his extremely well-written character only when the focus shifts to him, which is not often at all.

now that i’m done being salty, think about the betrayal you’d feel if your best friend went under your nose to do something you specifically asked them not to go do. think about how hurt you’d feel when your friend ignores people who cares about him completely to do something reckless that might get him killed. midoriya didn’t take iida’s emotions into consideration at all.

in the stain arc, iida feels bad for midoriya and todoroki’s involvement. they got hurt for him, and almost died for him. not only that, but he caused major trouble to the pro hero he was working with at the time by doing something on his own accord. he knows better than anyone how acting on your feelings can affect everyone else. you’d think that midoriya learned that as well, right? but here he goes again, going under the pro’s noses to do something extremely dangerous. not only that, but thanks to yaomomo the police had a lead and the pro heroes had the situation under control for once lmao. the students shouldn’t have gotten involved because the police already planned out how to approach the situation–it wasn’t being ignored and they had a plan. kirishima and todoroki’s decision to save bakugou was selfish, and it was selfish of them to ask midoriya to join especially because he’s injured (even though midoriya did want to help), and it was selfish of them to ask for yaomomo’s help (and also keep that information from the pros. just to recap: they asked her to give them the location of the villains so they can do something dangerous and reckless when the police had a way to solve the situation, they asked her to not tell anyone and then they asked her to stay put. that’s the worst position a person could be in; knowing they’re out there, getting hurt, while not being able to say or do anything about it–that’s so difficult. todo and kiri are my faves but they were asking for so much, and it was so unfair to momo. no wonder that she joined them). it was selfish of them to do all of that, and tsuyu (+plus uraraka) made that very clear when she confronted them about it later on. 

but to iida, the most selfish thing that happened was midoriya actually going with them. he was going to get himself and other people in trouble. he was going to risk his life doing something pointless. iida knows how much that hurts people. he experienced it first-hand.

iida knows midoriya is frustrated, and he knows how it feels better than anyone else. the difference between the stain arc and the hideout raid arc is that the outside forces could do something about it, which is exactly why he has the right to get mad. he knows frustration; it drove him to do something reckless and selfish too. he risked his classmates’ life too, he ran off on his own too. he felt like he was cornered, he had no one to turn to, he was angry and endangered someone else selfishly, and he acted in the most non-heroic way an aspiring hero could act as. after all of that wrong he did, he realized his mistakes after seeing the damage his actions bared with them, and dealt with the consequences the best he could– by changing his attitude and learning from his mistakes.

iida moved on. midoriya was present for all of that; which is why iida is frustrated with him. midoriya acted selfishly too, and caused trouble for others too, and iida thought they learned that lesson together. midoriya said it himself: we were both wrong. let’s make up for it together.

… yet. even though he said all of that, he still repeats the same mistake iida did. the way midoriya planned to go with kirishima and todoroki despite what iida told him is a stab in the back. midoriya didn’t consider iida’s emotions at all. ever since the stain incident passed, iida made sure the class got their act together. he made safer choices and took other people into consideration, and he continued being the best class president a class could ask for. he was trying to make up for his mistakes. he grew and fixed his wrong doings, and midoriya was supposed to do the same. here he clearly goes against what he said to iida in the panels above. what he said back then changed so much for iida, but it seems like he’s throwing all of that away to go after bakugou in the hideout raid arc. that’s so unfair. that hurts. midoriya went back on his own word (the same words that changed so so much) to do something irresponsible again. in the first panel i showed you, iida says that he worries over everyone, not just bakugou. bakugou didn’t do anything outstanding/likable/rescue worthy, and yet iida worries about him. of course he would. iida cares for everyone in class a1, but he didn’t plan to do something reckless (and technically, illegal) for one of them, because it’s not his place. but midoriya did. iida still worried and cared and wanted to do something but didn’t. by totally ignoring iida’s request to step down (and the warning from the other classmates) he disrespected iida’s emotions and incredible self-restraint. iida and the rest of a1 made it clear that it was a bad and selfish idea, but the group still planned to go. that’s so cruel to the rest of the students who worried but restrained themselves. that’s so cruel to iida. midoriya’s supposed to be iida’s best friend but he can’t even understand that.

midoriya, as the person who encouraged iida’s new path when he lost his way, did something very wrong and heartless. midoriya was so selfish in this arc, it’s honestly amazing. the hideout raid arc is so well-written, and it gives midoriya such a flaw that made me like him so much more as a protagonist. it shows us that despite all of the things he went through, he has so much place to develop. iida is being completely fair in this scene, and midoriya kinda deserves the punch he got. i don’t think he realized how much he hurt iida by sneaking out of the hospital that night.

regardless of  that, iida still joined the group so he can keep an eye on them.

that only shows how much he developed. this conflict is truly one of the best in the entire manga.

kneel || bill skarsgård

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description: in which you want the king to kneel before you

requested by: anonymous

warnings: a bit of daddy kink, oral (male on female), choking, swearing, general filth

“Get on your knees.“

The words, familiar words, were forthright, demanding, said without so much as a thought due to them being used so often. When they were spoken, it was certain their recipient was supposed to obey. 

But then the word "no,” was uttered, which turned everything over on its head.

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Fuel to Fire (4)

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Notes: fluff, tattooing, some angst, smut (m/m and m/m/f), anxiety, depression, mentions of parental negligence, swearing.

Summary: Living their dream, Bucky and Steve run their tattoo shop ‘American Ink’ together, happily married for several years and business is going well. When a girl walks into their shop and inevitably into their lives right after they’ve received some exciting news, they have no idea how their lives are about to change with some harmless but straight-forward flirting.

Fuel to Fire (intro) Fuel to fire (2) Fuel to Fire (3)

A/N: it gets hot and steamy. And sexual. 

“Where are we going?” Y/N asks as she has to walk a bit faster than she usually does to keep up with Steve. Bucky’s at American Ink, his entire day booked with appointments, and pouted only a little when Steve left with Y/N to run an errand.

“New York museum of modern art” Steve smiles at her and slows his pace to match Y/N’s.

“Is this because I told you I took art classes in college?”

“That’s part of it” Steve smiles secretively, “you remember the first day you came in to the shop?”

“When you were necking with your husband like teenagers?” Y/N grins and mumbles a ‘mission accomplished’ when Steve’s face goes a pretty shade of red.

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anonymous asked:

leo i love your meta so much! Pls make sheith/zaggar parallel post, i love the possible parallels between these two couples especially when they both went against each other in s1 finale^^

Oh thank you! And ya, sure thing! There’s…a lot. Honestly it’s hard for me not to read sheith as romantic, especially when all these parallels are drawn to two characters who are clearly a loving couple. So, sheith and zaggar parallels:

  • Zarkon proves that the black paladin’s fatal flaw is love. Seeing as Keith and Shiro are both black paladins themselves, their willingness to go to immeasurable lengths just to keep each other safe is unsurprising. Shiro trying to fight every one of their potential allies just to protect Keith, Keith valuing Shiro’s safety over the mission time and time again–it’s obvious they’re both willing to make big sacrifices when the other’s life is on the line. Just like how Zarkon is willing to give up everything for Honerva. 
    • In Keith’s case this is especially true, as there’s a great deal of foreshadow that he’ll eventually have to choose between saving Shiro and carrying out his duty as a paladin–a conflict that perfectly mirrors Zarkon. It’s a theme we see again and again–in Keith’s trial, when they lose Shiro and Keith is unable to move on, when he vows to save Shiro “as many times as it takes.” He loves Shiro above all else, and just like Zarkon, he’d go to great lengths to save his love.
  • The fact that we see Zarkon caring for Honerva when she’s ill and Keith tending Shiro’s bedside–and that these scenes are just a few episodes apart–I don’t think thats coincidental. It draws a clear parallel. Both Honerva and Shiro are cared for by the person who loves them most (both of whom are also galra black paladins)
    • In Honerva’s scene, Zarkon asks her what she needs, fully prepared to do whatever he has to so long as it ensures her safety. No matter what. In Shiro’s scene, Keith vows he’ll alway be there to save him “as many times as it takes.”
  • When Haggar looks into Zarkon’s mind, she finds fond memories of herself reflected there. When Keith’s mind is projected through his trial in BOM, Shiro sees that he’s one of Keith’s greatest desires, the person he most “desperately wants to see.”
  • When Zarkon is out of commission, Haggar tells him that his people need him. When Shiro is still in recovery, Keith tells him that his team needs him.
    • Even though Haggar and Keith both claim that their loved one must come back for the sake of others, it’s obvious they’re the ones who need their respective loved ones the most
  • Both Shiro and Zarkon are incapable of fighting in season 3, and Keith and Haggar must take up more of a leadership role in their absence. They also do this out of love and respect for their respective loved one’s wishes.
  • Haggar is the only one who stays by Zarkon’s bedside so no one else sees how bad his condition is. Shiro says he might not be up to letting the other paladins see him just yet, and so for a time Keith is the only one at his bedside.
  • I always thought the way Keith tenderly reaches out and turns Shiro’s face to him read as distinctly romantic. So of course, Zarkon also holds Honerva’s cheek and gently turns her to face him as well. Shiro and Honerva are also both unwell and being cared for by their respective loved ones during these scenes. 
  • In both these scenes, we also see that Shiro and Honerva’s hair have turned white for the first time. We can deduce from Honerva’s past and habit for experiments that Shiro’s hair probably also changed as a result of overexposure to quintessence. 
  • Red paladin Alfor is the one who tries to convince Zarkon to abandon Honerva’s research and the rift. If Zarkon told him what was really going on, I have no doubt Alfor would tell him he had to give up on Honerva because his plan just wasn’t worth the risks. Similarly, it’s both the new red paladin and Alfor’s daughter who are the ones that really push Keith to stop grieving Shiro and move on–to carry out his duty as a paladin without him. (Allura: “It is time to think about finding a new pilot for the black lion.” Lance: “But you know he would be the first one to tell us that we have to move on.”)
    • And just like how Zarkon is unwilling to sacrifice Honerva, Keith is still determined to save Shiro, refusing to abandon him: “No, I’m gonna find him! Shiro is the one person who never gave up on me, I won’t give up on him.
  • The sheith hug is easily one of the most intimate character interactions we see. The only other two characters who hold each other in a way that’s framed as so tender and romantic are Zarkon and Honerva 
    • Another parallel: Allura is watching the sheith hug. When Zarkon and Honerva embrace, you can also see Allura’s parents looking on from the background 
  • When Zarkon is falling back into death’s grasp again, Haggar says, “Now come back for me.” After being told that Shiro had died at Kerberos and effectively seeing the person he loved most come back from the dead, Keith said, “It’s good to have you back.” 
  • The first time Zarkon pilots the Black lion, Honerva is shown staring after him in amazement. Similarly, the first time Keith pilots Black, Shiro is shown looking up at him in awe
    • The first time Zarkon uses Black, he’s saving Honerva and the rest of his people. The first time Keith pilots Black, it’s to save Shiro.
  • They’re both ships between a galra soldier and a scientist who suffered unimaginable consequences for chasing after their passion (and said scientists needed to be rescued by the galra who loved them) 
  • As you’ve said, Shiro fights Haggar and Keith fights Zarkon in the season 1 finale
    • Keith also only takes on Zarkon because he saw that Shiro was in trouble, and Shiro in turn ends up rescuing Keith from Zarkon later on

Anyway, to me, it just doesn’t make sense to set up all these parallels in the narrative if Shiro and Keith aren’t intended to be each other’s love interests. Like honestly, I’m just…not sure why they would do that…??