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  • Wade: Spidey? You wanna go?
  • Peter: Yeah.
  • Wade: On a date with me?
  • Wade: oH
  • Wade: YOU DO!!?!
  • Peter: Stop thinking you're so cunning of course I agreed you're my fucking boyfriend you egg

shower sharing, yes?

500+ followers, I never thought I would gain so many. I started this blog like 3 or 4 years ago, but I became active a couple of months ago. I’m really glad I have so many nice, sweet, pretty and awesome followers and mutuals. I haven’t spoken to many of you and I honestly want to get to know so many of you. 

Thank you for following my messy blog, I love you guys a lot and this is my first follow forever! It’s almost in order (at least I tried) and if I’ve forgotten anyone PLEASE TELL ME! 

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greenirish7  asked:

So I'm curious. It's great to be in a fandom, but sucks when toxic individuals slip into the mix giving normal fans a bad impression. How would you explain the difference between the normal fans and the toxic ones?

Good question! Unfortunately there isn’t a 100% system on telling normal fans apart from toxic ones until they post a message. Heck, sometimes normal fans can become toxic ones, and toxic ones can learn to let things go and leave people be. With that being said, there are at least a few things I’ve noticed about toxic fandom behavior.

The need for validation no matter what: This is probably the most common form of toxic fandom behavior, and I think we’re all familiar with it. The “I’m right and you’re wrong no matter what because I said so” kind of behavior. The kind of thought process that’s more concern with being right than holding a conversation or just leaving dissenting opinion be. I feel as though this is the most common because honestly, it the most understandable trap to fall into.People like what they like, and when they’re really passionate about something, especially if it’s something they can identify with, dissenting opinion can feel like an attack - as if you’re somehow a lesser person to the one how either doesn’t like it or has a different opinion. The reality is that more often than not, people don’t care if you like something or if you agree with them or not, and going in with the mindset that you have to prove them wrong is just going to turn people away from that fandom rather than welcome them in. 

The black and white system: This sort of feels similar to the first one, but I feel as though this applies more to a group than just one individual. It’s the “I’m right and you’re wrong and if you disagree with us, you’re a horrible person” kind of talk. Again, there’s this weird thing in fandoms where the joy in talking about what you like about something can always run the risk of turning into a battle for validation. Nothing ever good comes from these kinds of talks because if it gets to this point, the person you’re talking to isn’t interested in hearing what you have to say unless it’s you agreeing with them. In both instances, it’s better to leave the conversation than exacerbate the issue. If they want to listen, they’ll come around and hear what you have to say. If not, leave it be.

The quizzer: I’ll admit, I don’t see this one around too much, but it’s basically the kind of person who insists that you must prove how much of a fan you are. They’ll ask you trivia questions, ask how much merch you have, etc. And if you get something wrong or don’t have something, they might be condescending about it, or in the case of merch, say that you MUST have a certain thing to be a fan. As if you need to meet certain requirements to be considered a fan of anything, even though there is no such thing. The only requirement for being a fan is to find enjoyment out of whatever it is you’re finding enjoyment out of. You can like a show because of the characters’ clothes for all anyone cares and that’s still enough to be a fan.

The police force: Here’s another one I hear about a lot, though I don’t have too much info on them other than what I hear. They’re similar to the first two, only they’re far more aggressive about their views and opinions. They actively try to attack or shut down anyone who likes something problematic “problematic”, and resort to truly awful tactics to get their way. They’re the ones who tell you that you’re problematic, that you’re racist, a bigot, a nazi, or any other negative terminology because of the thing you like. In some cases, they feel as though it’s even necessary to send angry mobs to this person, to tell that person to kill themselves. All for the “crime” of liking something different in the fandom that they’re in. These are people you want to avoid at all costs. It’s one thing to want a fandom to be safer and more accessible to people, but it’s unacceptable to try and police what someone should and shouldn’t like - especially if the thing in question isn’t hurting anyone.

The forceful recommendation: I consider this one to be the most harmless kind of toxic behavior, but it can be kind of annoying. This kind of action is the one where someone talks about something that they really like, and why you should like it, too. That would be fine, for the most part, if they stopped after the first time you told them no. What makes this toxic is if they don’t stop. They just keep bringing it up, asking if you’ve seen the thing they’re talking about, asking if you like it, etc. I consider this one to be mostly harmless because it usually doesn’t come from a place of malice. The person in question is probably just really excited and passionate about the thing they want to share, but it’s still kind of annoying when they don’t leave you alone when you don’t show any interest.

I’m sure there’s more, but there are the ones that come to mind at this point in time. Toxic behavior in a fandom, at least how I see it, is designed to shut people out, to silence differing opinion, and police peoples’ interests so that it fits with the “approved” way of liking something. If someone like this should ever approach you, either be respectable when talking with them, or ignore them. You like what you like, and as long as you’re not trying to use what you like to be malicious and/or hurt other people, why should it matter if someone doesn’t like the same thing you like? It shouldn’t, nor should you allow someone to take away the reason you liked something to begin with. Fandoms are more interesting when everyone is allowed to have their own opinion and freely talk about it with others, all the while celebrating what they like. The quickest way to kill a fandom is to force everyone to conform to one idea, and to shut out or scare away everyone else.

been growing out my hair for 3+ years but this is it, i made an appointment at a nicer hair salon for this afternoon and i am going back to the Bisexual Bob

pray for me. and also my stylist

just a little bit of your heart is all i want

Jake Peralta doesn’t like to snoop.

Okay, that’s a lie. He can’t help himself. Any sign of a secret threatening to be exposed, he needs to get to the bottom of it. According to him, it’s a natural human instinct. Everyone else thinks it’s just a Jake Peralta instinct. 

So when he glances down at the trash can next to the bathroom sink while brushing his teeth one night, a rectangular blue box takes over his eyesight. 

And - you guessed it - he can’t help himself.

He reaches down and picks it up, his eyes scanning the small print over and over. Then the panic sets in and the assumptions roll through his mind. He has two options right now - freak out and ask Amy if they need to start baby-proofing their apartment, or calmly ask her what the hell is going on.

He decides to go with the latter.

“Hey, babe?” he calls out, walking back into the bedroom with the box clutched in his hand.

“Yeah?” Amy’s sitting up against the headboard, a concentrated frown hiding behind her reading glasses, and today’s copy of the New York Times sprawled across her lap (she likes to do the Sudoku puzzles at night. Jake doesn’t question it anymore).

“Is there anything you need to tell me?” Jake asks, holding the box up in plain sight.

Amy glances up at him, then at the box. Then back at him, then back at the box, then back to her newspaper. “Nope,” she replies, a small grin appearing as she scribbles a bunch of numbers down on the page.

“You sure? Because this little guy right here is telling me something different.”

Amy rolls her eyes, taking off her glasses. “Jake-”

“Ames, if you were a murderer, you’d be terrible at it. I mean come on, you can’t even hide this evidence properly! You’re literally asking me to arrest you.”


“Wait, are you a murderer? Oh my god, have you been pretending to be a detective this entire time? Captain Holt would be so disappointed in you.”


“Actually you know what? That’s pretty good, faking being a police officer to cover up your crimes, maybe you can get extra points for sneaky behavior-“

“JAKE!” Amy yells. He stops rambling, finally, and stares at her.

“Did you actually look inside the box?” Amy asks. “Or did you just jump to conclusions as always?”

Jake frowns, looking down at the box again. He moves over to the bed, sitting on the edge, then shakes the box lightly. It rattles, indicating that there is indeed something inside that he probably should have investigated before. He reaches with his other hand to open the box, but stops and throws it to Amy.

“I don’t wanna touch it,” he explains with a shudder.

Amy lets out an exasperated sigh - bed time is never boring - before grabbing the box and pulling out the small white stick and holding it up. “It’s negative,” she says, pointing at the single pink line, “see?”

Jake squints at the object, feeling his body instantly relax when he sees one line instead of two. “Okay,” he lets out a breath he didn’t know he was holding. “Negative. Okay. Cool cool cool.”

Amy gives him a tight-lipped smile, slipping the test back into the box. “Don’t worry, no tiny humans will be running around this place any time soon,” she reassures him, throwing the box into the small rubbish basket underneath the nightstand.

Jake smiles back but it doesn’t reach his eyes. He slips under the bed covers with a sigh, sliding into the warmth with an odd feeling gnawing at his heart. He still has a million questions about this insane little object that almost just had the ability to change his life. And Amy’s no moron. She can sense when something’s wrong with him.

“Okay, what’s up with you?” she asks, shifting closer to him.

“Why did you take the test in the first place?” Jake blurts out, surprising himself because he was pretty sure he’d said that in his head and not out loud.

Amy takes a deep breath and shrugs. “I…was late,” she admits, a light shade of crimson heating her cheeks.

“But you’re on birth control.”

“Yeah but it’s not always 100% effective, I wanted to be sure. And I didn’t think it was necessarily worth hiding because it wasn’t positive. No biggie, right?”

“Right,” Jake replies. A wave of relief washes over him and he relaxes. “Right, right, right. So, no kids yet?” he asks, raising an eyebrow.

“No, not yet,” Amy replies, linking her arm with his.

“But…one day?” he asks hopefully.

If there’s ever been a moment that’s melted Amy’s heart, it’s this one. She grabs his hand, linking her fingers with his gently. “One day for sure,” she promises, kissing him softly on the cheek and resting her chin on his shoulder.

“So just to be completely sure, you’re definitely not pregnant?”

“Well, I’m not late anymore, babe.”

“Oh, gross.”


Whenever your world starts crashing down, that’s where you’ll find me

pens fans keep telling preds fans to take the L and move on but i’d like to see pens fans gracefully take the W and stop being jerks & unnecessarily rude to preds fans when they point out unfair treatment in the league as well as stop bring up stupid invalid excuses and reasons in defense of their team when someone as much as mentions the word bias


Instead of moving to defend herself, Rey closed her eyes. Ren hesitated, confused by her actions. A long moment passed in which Ren sensed a change in the air, a change in her. 

Star Wars: The Force Awakens - Alan Dean Foster 

anonymous asked:

If only momtaku's fans knew how awful she was for supporting this post and agreeing that Armin meta for him surviving is useless and obsolete: h t t p : / / lostcauses - noregrets. tumblr. com/post/157034914010/hey -ive-got-an- ideawhy -dont- we- all-just

I have no idea if I am censored or not with the new settings (probably) but if I am that means only those who are either logged in, follow me, and/or have safe mod off can see my posts right? But who else was looking at my post anyway? Like I do not really expected anymore to stumble across my posts in the sims tags. I am not all that worried when maybe I should be? IDK what’s going honestly. 

anonymous asked:

OMG MATTY! You have a nose ring and short hair and RHOSE GLASSES. I've been wondering for so long what you look like but was lowkey afraid to ask and you posted that selfie for RFGONAKED on Twitter. Sorry, I'm rambling but you're SO BEAUTIFUL! And I LOVE that mischievous smile. I hope you don't get weirded out by this. I just love you a lot, k? *-*

You mean this, anon?

Yes, I have a nose ring and short hair and three moles on my face too, one of which is hidden right under the line of my eyebrow. 

And I’ll just be here in my corner, dying from blushing. 

I’m fine.