lets be honest here

“Just a lucky charm” my ass!!!

Can we talk here for a sec.? Because I think the rings in ep. really are wedding rings.

First of all if you give someone a ring as a gift (casually) they put it on themself and it is not you who put this on. On Top of that they were in front of a huge church and it was like a REAL wedding ceremony ! Lets be honest here, noone would do this with shaky hands (and pay around 800$!!!) if it was not meant that way!

Second is Yuris reaction. He totally is panicking a soon as Phichit thinks that these are wedding rings and tells everyone so. Yuri is just as honest as shy and therefore dont want the others to get the wrong idea.

Even so when Victor says these rings are not wedding rings but engagement rings Yuri keeps quiet calm for my oppinion. He may be shy but it is not like he never talked back to Victor before, right? So he could made things clear at this point, but he didn’t, despite being an honest guy. Also this reaction is completely different than befor!!

So i have two conclusions this situation gave me.

1) Yuri did not talked back because that is what he secretly desires

2) THEY really are engagement rings and right now they just dont want to tell anyone about this.

And maybe it is just me, but I never looked at a ring a friend gave me Victor looks at the Ring Yuri gave him.

I might be overthinking this, but DAMM I LIKE THE IDEA!

Okay, let’s be honest here. Those people after Mon-El are the King and Queen of Daxam, and I am pretty sure Mon-El is the real prince of Daxam: 

that story he told about the prince sacrificing himself to die with his people and saving the bodyguard, him, was a lie he told because he felt shame or guilt. 

Either: Mon-El was actually the prince and used the pod to get away, not dying with his people like a noble prince would do, and he lied because DEEP down he feels guilt and shame and thinks that’s what he should have died with his people like in his story (which is my bet) 


Mon-El really was the bodyguard to the prince, but instead of the prince nobly sacrificing himself to save him, Mon-El just straight stole the pod and left the prince for dead. (IIIIIII don’t really think it’s this one, but that would explain why those people seem to be really pissed!)

Mon-El is a coward who uses a laissez-faire party attitude and charm to cover it up, but he does have bravery in him and now is really trying to be brave and improve himself because of his love for Kara. Which is why in his near-death experiences with Kara, he is completely honest with his feelings and drops the pretense: starting to tell her the truth but they get interrupted, telling her she’s beautiful and kissing her, but then he’s fine again and can’t own up to the responsibility of those decisions so he lies to get out of it.

Mon-El… you scaredy cat prince, you.

A mix of things I love: summer, beaches and Lance ☆


Make Me Choose

oodwhovian asked: I could save the world but lose you or I believe in her!

“Because this is my life, Jackie. It’s not fun, it’s not smart, it’s just standing up and making a decision because nobody else will”.


“I do call myself a feminist. Absolutely! It’s worth paying attention to the roles that are sort of dictated to us and to realize that we don’t have to fit into those roles. We can be anybody we want to be.”

Happy 33rd Birthday, Joseph Gordon-Levitt! (February 17th, 1981)