Hugh Jackman plays a grumpy loner who hates the world, but strange circumstances force him to become a dad to a little girl and fight a big battle even though he’s already so fucking done with everything.
This kiss starts out a bit fiercely and desperately. Ladybug wants to save her partner and her brows furrow in concentration. But as she kisses him longer, she relaxes, tilting her head into him. While she started out so focused on her mission, for a moment there, she stops thinking.
im so tired of “dark” magical girl series where there’s a million deaths and plot twists and everything escalates like every episode and it’s all dreary and depressing and look little girls fighting each other how unique and interesting
bring back shows like princess tutu where the stakes are high but it’s not just torture porn for adult men who like to see women suffer
November 20: Sadly to say that Jessica Whelan, the beautiful little girl who was fighting against cancer, has passed away. Our prayers and love goes to her family and her loved ones. May this beautiful angel rest in peace
I love love love love LOVE the Littlest
Winchester series. Could you maybe do one where she’s kidnapped by a demon or
something? I just think it’d be cool.
Could you do a littlest Winchester One shot
where the reader gets taken and dean and sam and angel cassie comes and helps
her out. Lots of Angst. Lots of Protective Daddy Dean Pleeassee. DANKE SCHON.
For the millionth time in three days, Dean curses himself. He’d known there was danger and a high chance that someone would come after them, and yet he’d let his daughter stray away from his side. In his hurry to pack up and leave, he hadn’t noticed her walk across the motel room. Because of this negligence, a demon has her.
It’s not until Mari comes back that Dia folds into herself
again, like a timid little girl. When they fight in the classroom, she finds no
solution other than to stare at offer meaningless words she knows they won’t
listen to anyway. They’ve never listened to her, not really, so why would they
start now? When the three of you are reunited, it’s like nothing’s changed. Kanan
is still stubborn and elusive, Mari is still eccentric and overbearing in her
excitement, and Dia is still demure.
She hates how all it takes is their reappearance for all the
strides she’d taken in the wake of their absence to be made meaningless. Dia
had hated being the person she was –
shy, perpetually frightened, anxious and unable to speak up or command
attention. She’d been like Ruby, once upon a time, only instead of finding
comfort in her mouse-like behaviour, she found nothing. Instead, she’d sought
to grow. She’d found a role model in
Eli Ayase – powerful, confident, with a leaderly presence.
Dia had found who she wanted to be like.
It was a difficult process – learning not to hunch her
shoulders, learning to project her voice and most importantly learning how to
have presence. She’d sought out the student council to practise, to prove to
the world that she had changed, that Dia Kurosawa was different than before.
This was her story, her character development.
And yet, Dia muses, all it takes is the reappearance of two
friends who she’d thought to have long forgotten her to shatter everything she’s
worked for. Instead, she’s just left quivering, incapable of action and
incapable of solving before her.
She was exactly the same as she was before – unable to
persuade the stubborn Kanan, unable to dissuade the overeager Mari. She was
stuck in the middle.
It’s not till Chika enters the room, yells at them all and
drags them to her clubroom that Dia sees Ruby a little differently too. Quiet,
yes, timid, yes, but somehow confident in her conversation with the other idol
girls. Being an idol has inspired something in Ruby that Dia’s never seen, nor
even considered (it changed Dia once, too).
Dia folds her arms over her legs that night in bed and
wonders if even Ruby is growing more than she ever will. She’s stuck in the
past – just a larger version of the seven-year old who tried so desperately not
to get left behind by the two people she thought she could calls friends.