kill their husbands

If Rhea would kill her own husband...

… she would do the same to her son for defying her. If he won’t join her, and he’s said no twice already, she will consider him a traitor and an enemy, especially if he gets in the way of her plans for Earth, and we all know that he is going to.

I don’t think she will succeed, but there was a reason they had us watch her off Lar Gand. It’s so that we will see her as a genuine threat to Mon-El. She could seriously injure him or he may have to kill her in defense.

Karamel and Supercorp Rant

Oh my god I can’t take it with this ship war anymore. I could write for days about my thoughts on this whole ordeal but the biggest point I need to make is STOP TREATING MON-EL LIKE A HUMAN, HE IS NOT FROM THIS PLANET! We are talking about a person who has never in his life seen kindness or empathy, who was raised by a woman that didn’t even have to think hard about killing her husband, his planet was not like earth, there were no good people to be role models for him or an example for him to live up to. Despite this, in nine months he has become a totally different person who cares and who is trying to do the right thing but he’s still just a baby in a cape, he’s bound to make mistakes while he’s learning. And yes his family owned slaves and he completely objectified women and acted like an ass for his first several… several episodes but what has happened is called CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT and it’s the pinnacle of modern entertainment.

Also Kara Zoe-El is not some wilting flower who will break down and die if a man doesn’t hold the door for her, she constantly reverses the gender norms in their relationship and she is a smart girl who isn’t going to let someone take advantage of her. She never would have given him a chance if she didn’t see the goodness in him from the beginning (after overcoming her own racism against him)

If this show fills you with this much rage I suggest not watching it…

Lydia Sherman was a female serial killer who became known throughout the United States as “Queen Poisoner” or the “Derby Poisoner” for the poisonous murders of ten people, all of whom were known to Lydia. The murders began when she killed her first husband, Edward Struck. In 1843, Lydia married Edward Struck, a carriage blacksmith, at the tender age of 19. In the following years, Lydia gave birth to seven children. In addition to the six that Edward had from a former marriage, Lydia had to take care of thirteen children. After moving to New York City with his wife and children, Edward began working as a police officer, but was later dismissed from work. He became deeply depressed– something Lydia could not handle. On May 24, 1864, she mixed a spoonful of arsenic into a bowl of porridge and served it to Edward, who died the next morning. His cause of death was ruled as tuberculosis. In the following months, Lydia killed six of her children with the same method. After collecting the insurance money, Lydia decided to move to Stratford, Connecticut, where she met Dennis Hurlburt and married him around 1868. In the same year, Dennis died a very painful death under the same circumstances- however, the physician certified the cause of death as cholera morbus. At the time Lydia moved to Derby, Connecticut, she already killed eight people, but was not done yet. In September 1870, Lydia married Horatio N. Sherman, who had three children. Two months after the wedding, Lydia killed Horatio’s infant son with putting arsenic in his milk. Only a month went by when Horatio’s daughter 14-year-old daughter was poisoned as well by Lydia. Horatio could not cope with the unexpected deaths of two of his children and by April 1871, the marriage began to shatter. After coming home from work, Lydia made her husband a hot chocolate. As was to be expected, Horatio died four days later in May of the same year. The killings finally came to an end after an autopsy was ordered on Horatio’s body. Lydia was arrested one month later. She was only charged with the murder of Horatio, although she insisted that his death was accidental. Nonethless, she was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1873. In May of 1878, Lydia died after a long illness in prison.

@littlelycanlove posted such a great thing about Mon El but Tumblr is not getting me reblog, so I’m just copying and pasting. sorry. 

Oh my god I can’t take it with this ship war anymore. I could write for days about my thoughts on this whole ordeal but the biggest point I need to make is STOP TREATING MON-EL LIKE A HUMAN, HE IS NOT FROM THIS PLANET! We are talking about a person who has never in his life seen kindness or empathy, who was raised by a woman that didn’t even have to think hard about killing her husband, his planet was not like earth, there were no good people to be role models for him or an example for him to live up to. Despite this, in nine months he has become a totally different person who cares and who is trying to do the right thing but he’s still just a baby in a cape, he’s bound to make mistakes while he’s learning. And yes his family owned slaves and he completely objectified women and acted like an ass for his first several… several episodes but what has happened is called CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT and it’s the pinnacle of modern entertainment.

Also Kara Zoe-El is not some wilting flower who will break down and die if a man doesn’t hold the door for her, she constantly reverses the gender norms in their relationship and she is a smart girl who isn’t going to let someone take advantage of her. She never would have given him a chance if she didn’t see the goodness in him from the beginning (after overcoming her own racism against him)

If this show fills you with this much rage I suggest not watching it…

2

This animal tastes frightened.

archiveofourown.org
Rock, Paper, Scissors - nerdlife4eva - Yuri!!! on Ice (Anime) [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

Yuuri and Victor have to decide who has to vacuum (while the other walks Makkachin), resulting in Yuuri’s choice of a game he never loses. When Chris finds out about their heated rock, paper, scissors battle, he sends them charts to track their competition. As with all things Victuuri, all adorable hell breaks loose.

After tumbling down a hilarious headcanon hole with @keilattes I decided to write this mess out. Laughed way too hard while trying to translate all the jokes, at least half of the hilarity is @keilattes doing. I hope this ends up as funny as it is to me at 1:30AM.

4

Anime Aesthetic : Huge macho men who can move mountains , but they are actually huge - soft teddy bears when it comes to their tiny wifes / girlfriends :)

Update …

In Killing Time Kirk and Spock just strip in front of each other at separate points in the book and for no good reason and Spock tackles Kirk and screams about how his life is important to him and they die and regenerate together with the words “Come with me” and Spock completely rejects a perfectly suitable girl to get back to Jim and Spock gets so worried and overprotective about Jim’s health and the T'hy'la scene and the hospital “JIM? JIM!” Scene and the Vulcan marriage bond and wow this book should just be called “I somehow got my fanfiction published by the creators of Star Trek” by Della Van Hise

6

Tom is your Tom problem.

Describe to me when you first realized you were in love with Mads...

I realized I was in love with Mads when he and Laurence Fishburne (Jack Crawford) acted out their first fight scene at the end of the second season of Hannibal.

I was like: “Hot damn, Mads. You’re one sexy human being.”

Local Girl has a Mental Breakdown deciding which Stardew Valley character she will marry. What happens next will shock you.

She makes twelve save files and marries them all.