living pods

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@lesbianalluraweek Day 2: Coming out/Telling the team

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Mermaids of Aoba Johsai

I’m back! I’m not dead and I have a few ideas for some new posts that I can hopefully have up before the weekend is over (if my shitty wifi is willing to behave) But here we have a mermaid au!! This will hopefully be a series, one for each team and first up we have my not so secret faves! Enjoy!

  • Aoba Johsai is a pod of lagoon dwelling mer-people (would it be called a pod? Dolphins are in pods)
  • They live on a really pretty tropical island uninhabited by people and their little cove has a waterfall and lots of rocks to lounge upon (I’m talking Peter Pan mermaid lagoon-esque shit)
  • Oikawa is their leader but he’s so fucking petty about shit he’s still holding a grudge against the pack of river otters that live upstream because they stole his favorite sunning rock(his tail is Aoba Johsai blue and his fins are super wide and translucent)
  • Iwaizumi is the one everyone actually listens to and he’s super reliable but he prefers to just take naps and shit on Oikawa- he’s their protector because he’s super strong and intimidating (his tail is dark blue and his scales are surprisingly smooth, built more like a shark’s tail than a mermaids)
  • Matsukawa has the longest fucking tail ever. It’s nearly twice the length of his upper body and it drives him crazy because if he takes a turn too fast it gets stuck and he ends up gracelessly cartwheeling underwater (his tail is more green than Oikawaw’s)
  • Hanamakki has a pale pink tail and his fins are long and droopy and he likes to turn around quickly and slap people in the face with them. Takes an alarming amount of joy from Oikawa’s misery
  • Yahaba- aka Mr Petty #2-he has an army of small fish with sharp teeth that adore him and he will set them on his enemies for the slightest offense (his tail is blue like Oikawa’s but spotted with white)
  • Kyoutani is half siren- meaning he has the really sharp teeth if not the song voice- but he was raised by sharks so his manners are horrendous. Oikawa rescued him from fishermen and he now follows Iwaizumi everywhere he goes (his tail is striped black and gray and it’s wider than the average merman)
  • Watari loves all the drama. He gets a front row seat to every shitshow and he loves it. He’s the best at changing shape into a human and usually goes to climb trees for the good fruits (his tail is pea green and very short, built for strength)
  • Kindaichi is considered innocent and pure but Kunimi knows he’s actually satan and he is not fooled by that cutesy tail flick that he does (his tail is a darker blue than Iwaizumi’s but built more like Watari’s)
  • Kunimi just wants to sleep on his favorite sun rock and maybe hit Kindaichi in the face with a pebble. (his tail is gray and like Makki’s though he finds a way to wrap his droopy fins up when he’s sleeping so they can’t be pulled)
  • No one is allowed to speak of The Incident where Kindaichi changed shape and ended up with half tail/half leg because it was horrifying for everyone
  • Makki nearly died because he got a berry stuck in his gills
  • Watari is very good friends with the river otters and he goes over alot to chat and snuggle
  • At some point a group of humans find them
  • Oikawa is preening under all the attention and praise
  • Kyoutani has hid himself behind the waterfall
  • Some poor girl nearly drowned she was so distracted by Iwaizumi and his glorious arms
  • However a few of them do attempt to kidnap Kunimi while he’s napping on his sunning stone- they plan to take him home and show him off for sceince
  • And this is how everyone finds out about Kindaichi’s evil side
  • Suddenly every piranha and electic eel within a 10 mile radius are in their lagoon and suddenly there are some very dead people
  • Kyoutani ripped some guys’ throat out with his teeth and Yahaba swooned
  • Never mess with the mermaids. 
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Anatomy Of A Mermaid

“Mermaid Anatomy - A scientific outlook

Contrary to popular belief, mermaids are not human or fish at all. They are mammals with the appearance of a human being above the pelvis and the appearance of dolphins or whales below. All mammals are warm-blooded and have hair, and all female mammals have mammary glands (breast and nipples for feeding young). Fish have a completely different anatomy. Mermaids do appear to have scales, but it is possible that this is in fact a pattern or camouflage that resemble scales. Some species of mermaid also have twin-tails and there are even some that are completely humanoid in appearance, apart from scale-like skin and dolphin-like biology (sonar, respiratory, circulatory and skeletal systems). The mermaid is also known to have both a caucasian or negro complexion and some sighted have a greenish appearance.

Biological functions

Mermaids have organs in their chest that can operate as a lung or a gill, depending on whether they are in or out of the water. The organ expands and contracts exactly like a lung, yet has the ability to extract oxygen from the water. This allows the mermaid to ‘breathe’ water in the same way that they breathe air - by filling and evacuating the chest cavity. This organ is also needed to operate the larynx. The human larynx cannot operate under the water as it cannot be made to vibrate from water pressure, yet the mermaids larynx operates equally well using water or air. The mermaid circulatory system is also designed to withstand differing water pressures like that of the dolphin and whale, while the skeleton is light and pliable like those of a bird or dolphin. The lenses of mermaid eyes are also different and are able to correctly focus for use both above and under water. A mermaid is also able to hear on a different level to humans and has the ability to use sonar for communication and hunting purposes underwater.

Reproduction

In mermaids, reproduction is much like that of dolphins. The reproductive organs of both the male and female are akin to the dolphin and whale, and mermaid babies are born live (as opposed to hatched from eggs).Females have human internal reproduction organs; however the vagina is slightly shorter, and the common urogenital opening (the urethra merges with the vaginal canal near the opening) is at the front. The opening can stretch as much as a human vaginal opening; mermaid babies are born live. A clitoris (which is the same color as the tail) is slightly below the urogenital opening, and an anus is above the urogenital opening. Mermaid vaginas are slightly smaller than human ones (since merman penises are smaller, explained below), so they tend to be more sexually satisfying to human males.Males do have a penis, but it is almost as small as a human female clitoris and is the same color as the tail; it is hardly visible (this is the only plausible explanation to why no one has ever seen a penis on any of merman). It is used for urination, as well as sexual intercourse. The testicles are inside the tail, as opposed to the pelvis, since they require a slightly lower temperature to function properly (the human and pelvis part is warm-blooded, but the tail is cold-blooded). The anus is above the penis.

Diet

The mermaid mostly eats fish, but has been known to subsist on other meats, fruits and vegetables. There are some species of mermaid that are vegetarians only.

Habitat

The mermaid is able to exist equally on land and in the sea, although it can become dehydrated if on land for extended periods of time. Most mermaids live in schools or pods, but some are known to travel as hermits. They can live in caverns below the sea and in undersea cities. The merpeople cities is more common on other planets, but in the future there will be build bigger merpeople cities on Earth. Some of the merpeople are more advanced technological and spiritual than Earth human and is several thousend years ahead. They have free energy, teleportation, interstellar space travelling etc. Some of the merpeople live on big space stations and on starships.”

For more info, see the Kindle book, The Anatomy of A Mermaid on Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/The-Anatomy-Mermaid-Tom-Ryerson-ebook/dp/B0097JWUDK

Fact or fiction? You Decide.

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Josh Harris, ‘Quiet: We Live In Public’, 1999-2000

'Quiet: We Live in Public’ is an Orwellian, Big Brother type art project developed in the late '90s which placed more than 100 volunteers in a human terrarium under New York City, with many webcams following and capturing every move they made.

Running over the turn of the Millennium, the performance ran for over a month, during which an ad-hoc community of human subjects lived in pods in a six-storey Broadway warehouse (financed by Harris himself), each pod wired up and effectively functioning as a TV channel, streamed live to the web via Harris’s online TV portal at Pseudo.com. It was 1,000 times more vital and acute than the still-nascent Big Brother. “Don’t bring your money,” Harris said. “Everything here is free”.

Quiet’ featured a shooting range you could hear from the street, a banquet hall, theatre, temple, club, giant game of Risk, and a public shower area, all covered by cameras. But more than anything, it offered its residents complete freedom. There were drugs and public sex – at one point, Harris, in the guise of a clown called 'Luvvy’, attempted to coordinate simultaneous orgasms between three couples.  There were 110 surveillance cameras through the space, and every “resident” had their own channel through which to watch each other. Anyone in the central control booth of the bunker could watch anyone else as they ate, slept, made art, fought, and had sex.

The bunker was raided by the NYPD on the morning of Jan. 1, 2000. It had descended into chaos, and everyone was evicted. 

This event has been dubbed one of the best performance art pieces of all time. 

A documentary was also made by Ondi Timoner about Harris and this piece, winning several awards. It can be watched in full here.

flockofpidge  asked:

For your healing pod AU, does his hands just start glowing/healing when he touches a wound? Or does he have to have the intention behind it? Cause I could totally see him pasting Keith on the shoulder one day, and Keith is being super angsty (about being Galra or smth) and his hand just lights up because Keith's got so much emotional pain that he automatically tries to heal it, but unfortunately healing pods don't work like that :(

GOD I love that so much

Yeah so Lance works the same way the healing pods do lmao so no emotional pain fixing ( although I do feel like there could be some kind of numbing effect??? like you know how the healing pods make you sleep basically? smth like that but later on when he get’s stronger with his abilities. ) 

thank you for messaging me this bc i’m LIVING

Reunited

Avitus Rix and Macen Barro deserved better. Enter Fix-it fic! With a side of Rydaal and hurt/comfort.

WARNING FOR SPOILERS 

Note: I have not finished the game, please refrain from spoilers when commenting please!


Climbing aboard the Turian ark had left Erika feeling one way.

Shit.

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The Morality of The Dark Crystal - A Trickster’s Analysis

((Mostly inspired by @wearepaladin’s recent forays into the Morality of Star Wars and the Force. I was reminded of my personal favorite 80s Fantasy flick with a somewhat similar moral quandary. What follows is a loooong-ass post with my thoughts on the matter….))



“Another world, another time in the age of wonder….”

Originally posted by thewraithrisingfilmscenes

So starts my favorite 80s Fantasy Cult-Classic Jim Henson’s “The Dark Crystal,” what at first glance is a simple story about good and evil set in an alien world populated by the strange and fantastical but when you really start to dig you find some very interesting moral questions about the nature of good and evil and their proper places in the world.

The Dark Crystal was probably Jim Henson’s most ambitious project. Released in 1982, every creature that appears on the screen is a puppet, which really opened up a lot of possibilities for a visual and stylistic language that usually only animation approached at the time. It came out right on the heels of Star Wars and in-fact was produced in conjunction with Lucasfilm and even shares a producer with the Sci-Fi Classic. It was more ambitious than 1986’s Labyrinth in the sense that you had no human characters to connect with - despite the very humanoid appearance of our heroes, the Gelflings Jen and Kira – but it still managed to tell a very human story.

The basic plot is as follows: As far as he knows, Jen is the last of his kind. Raised by a group of wise and peaceful beings known as the Mystics in a valley untouched by conflict, Jen is mostly content to live out his life free from the dangers of the world. On his master’s deathbed, he is told of a prophecy that reveals a Gelfling will end the power of the Skekis, a race of evil beings hell-bent on destruction. They rule from a castle far, far away from the Mystic’s peaceful valley. As a reaction to this prophecy and in a bid to shore up their own power, the Skekis have nearly destroyed the Gelfling race. It’s up to Jen to locate a Crystal Shard, broken away from the source of the Skekis power the titular Dark Crystal. Only by locating the shard and using it to heal the Dark Crystal will the Skekis be defeated. Jen has to do this before the next time the three suns of their world meet in a “Great Conjunction” or the Skekis will rule the land forever.

With the stakes set very high, Jen feels the weight of the world on his shoulders as he sets out on his quest. He knows that if he fails, everything he loves could be destroyed. However, this doesn’t keep him from doubting himself, he says to himself several times over the course of his journey “I’m just a Gelfling” in a tone of voice implying he doesn’t understand why he’s so important in the grand scheme of things. There is a moment at about the midpoint of the film where he decides that he isn’t important and he should put a stop to his quest, this moment comes after he meets the only other known Gelfling, Kira and experiences a Garthim Raid, a very traumatizing event that he feels personally responsible for causing. At this moment, it is Kira who convinces him to continue the quest. Mostly because she knows the stakes better than anyone else, while Jen has been living in the relative peace and safety of the Mystic’s Valley she has been living among the Pod People - a race that the Skekis has targeted for use as slave labor and regularly conduct violent raids against. She has always experienced the violence of the Skekis as an undercurrent of her life and knows that the only way to stop it is to see the prophecy fulfilled – literally to the point that when Jen points out that she doesn’t have to help and that the prophecy doesn’t say anything about getting help she responds that “prophets don’t know everything!”

And it’s Kira’s actions after meeting Jen that really reveal the moral heart of The Dark Crystal. More-so than being a story about Good versus Evil, it’s a story about Action versus In-Action. The Mystics, for all their wisdom and knowledge, have a very simple goal of “living in a dream of peace.” They sequester themselves away from the world in their valley. They literally only leave the valley to get involved with the rest of the world only after Jen has left on his quest. The Skekis, on the other hand, are very involved in the world. Their desire for mastery and conquest have ensured that they very actively get involved in events, utilizing their soldiers the Garthim to destroy their enemies and prevent the prophecy from being fulfilled – a goal that they very nearly achieve since there are only two known Gelflings left in the world. Being raised by the Mystics and having very little knowledge of the things outside of the valley, Jen can be a very passive character at times. He is a very reactionary hero for the first two-thirds of the film and has to very quickly get up to speed on what’s going on around him. As the old hermit Aughra states when Jen meets her “You have much to learn, and you have no time.” He has to learn how to make quick decisions and stick to them, something that Kira knows far better than he having been someone who has lived in a dangerous world all her life.

Kira’s entrance to the film is a fascinating moment, she seems to be tracking Jen in the wilds, able to sneak up on him and not openly approaching until she knows it’s safe to do so. Their meeting is punctuated by a fascinating moment, something Kira calls a “Dreamfasting” in which they share their memories with one another and reveal even their deepest pasts to one another. Jen was found by the Mystics as a baby, Kira was spared from a Garthim raid by her mother hiding her in a tree. Jen learned the ways of the Mystics and was confined to the expanse of the Valley, while Kira was allowed to roam freely and learn everything about the world around her, the good and the bad. His limited experience with the greater world is off-set by her wealth of practical knowledge, he is the idealist while she is the realist. And it is only after finally seeing what the Skekis are willing to do in order to maintain their power that Jen finally makes an active choice – he will go to the castle immediately and see the prophecy fulfilled, Kira by his side.

However, the climax of the film sees Jen falter. He has leapt onto the Dark Crystal, and in the process dropped the shard. Kira manages to get to it before their enemies, but is surrounded by Skekis. She is willing to die to see the prophecy fulfilled, to bring peace to their world but Jen isn’t willing to lose her. He still doesn’t fully understand that making the right choice can require sacrifice, Kira does. She knows that healing the crystal is the only real hope for their world, that the Skekis will never keep their word to not harm her if she and Jen comply with their demand to give up the Shard (“Give us the shard and you can go free!”). So, instead of making the easy choice to hand the Shard over, she instead throws it to Jen, begging him to heal the crystal. She is the one who makes the choice to save the world, Jen just ensures that her sacrifice isn’t in vain.

Healing the Crystal has a fascinating effect and reveals a powerful ending. While the Skekis are running about in a blind panic, the Mystics finally show back up and a truth is revealed – that the Skekis and the Mystics are two halves of one whole, a race of beings known as the urSkeks. They reveal that it was their own arrogance that caused the crystal to crack in the first place, acting like a prism and splitting them into their two different parts: the Mystics (or urRu as revealed by the production notes and novelization) and the Skekis. The Mystics represented the passive collection of wisdom, while the Skekis represented the active application of knowledge and it is only a combination of the two that creates a workable balance and allows a world to function in a healthy manner.

This is what I like about the Dark Crystal’s moral quandary, it’s not merely a simple “Good versus Evil” story. The Skekis are a cruel and evil race mostly because while they have knowledge and power, they lack a moral compass to use it correctly. And while the Mystics have wisdom and a strong sense of morality, they don’t have the passion and drive to affect real, lasting change. It takes the active choices of individuals who have a mix of both to ensure that the world changes. Kira has the knowledge of “all living things” and the wisdom to know which ones to call upon to help in a given situation. Jen has the knowledge of what he needs to do, that he needs to heal the crystal, but he lacks the wisdom to understand that his inaction will cost the world everything. He knows that the Skekis will rule forever, but he doesn’t understand what that fully entails never having truly lived under their threat.      

Joseph Campbell sums it up pretty well: “The true goal of the hero’s quest must never be ecstasy nor relief for one’s self, but the wisdom and power to serve others.” It’s only after he learns that his choices do matter in the grand scheme that Jen is rewarded, the urSkeks restore Kira to life and they are given guardianship over the purified Crystal of Truth. This doesn’t invalidate her sacrifice, neither Jen nor Kira were aware that the urSkeks or the Crystal of Truth had this power going into the final battle. Now they have to figure out what the Crystal of Truth can do, the pair of them being told to “make their world in its light” by the urSkeks who then leave in a flash of brilliant light and leave the two Gelflings, seemingly content that the pair will have the wisdom, knowledge, and now power to make a better world.

At the end of the day, I am eternally fond of “The Dark Crystal” because it is a story that you can dig deeper into if you want and it does have an interesting moral spectrum – you have the Skekis on one side, the Mystics on the other, and the Gelflings somewhere in the middle. It also shows that Good isn’t just a thing you are, it’s a choice you have to actively make. Is there anything inherently Good in simply refusing to participate in the struggle of the world? Not necessarily, as Evil was only able to flourish because no-one really stood in its way. It is a prime example of the quote “The only thing needed for evil to succeed is for good men to do nothing.” Had Jen chosen to give up his quest once it got too hard, once it was revealed that his choices wouldn’t be easy, then the Skekis would have won. Their thirst for power at any cost would have won-out because they destroyed the opposition. Jen’s success was riding on his ability to make an active choice to utilize the wisdom of his youth tempered by the knowledge gained through his journey and finally amplified through the Crystal’s power. That is what I feel is the true moral – that we have to be active players in our world, we can’t just hope that things will get better. An important message in these times, wouldn’t you agree?  

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Anatomy Of A Mermaid

“Mermaid Anatomy - A scientific outlook

Contrary to popular belief, mermaids are not human or fish at all. They are mammals with the appearance of a human being above the pelvis and the appearance of dolphins or whales below. All mammals are warm-blooded and have hair, and all female mammals have mammary glands (breast and nipples for feeding young). Fish have a completely different anatomy. Mermaids do appear to have scales, but it is possible that this is in fact a pattern or camouflage that resemble scales. Some species of mermaid also have twin-tails and there are even some that are completely humanoid in appearance, apart from scale-like skin and dolphin-like biology (sonar, respiratory, circulatory and skeletal systems). The mermaid is also known to have both a caucasian or negro complexion and some sighted have a greenish appearance.

Biological functions

Mermaids have organs in their chest that can operate as a lung or a gill, depending on whether they are in or out of the water. The organ expands and contracts exactly like a lung, yet has the ability to extract oxygen from the water. This allows the mermaid to ‘breathe’ water in the same way that they breathe air - by filling and evacuating the chest cavity. This organ is also needed to operate the larynx. The human larynx cannot operate under the water as it cannot be made to vibrate from water pressure, yet the mermaids larynx operates equally well using water or air. The mermaid circulatory system is also designed to withstand differing water pressures like that of the dolphin and whale, while the skeleton is light and pliable like those of a bird or dolphin. The lenses of mermaid eyes are also different and are able to correctly focus for use both above and under water. A mermaid is also able to hear on a different level to humans and has the ability to use sonar for communication and hunting purposes underwater.

Reproduction

In mermaids, reproduction is much like that of dolphins. The reproductive organs of both the male and female are akin to the dolphin and whale, and mermaid babies are born live (as opposed to hatched from eggs).

Females have human internal reproduction organs; however the vagina is slightly shorter, and the common urogenital opening (the urethra merges with the vaginal canal near the opening) is at the front. The opening can stretch as much as a human vaginal opening; mermaid babies are born live. A clitoris (which is the same color as the tail) is slightly below the urogenital opening, and an anus is above the urogenital opening. Mermaid vaginas are slightly smaller than human ones (since merman penises are smaller, explained below), so they tend to be more sexually satisfying to human males.

Males do have a penis, but it is almost as small as a human female clitoris and is the same color as the tail; it is hardly visible (this is the only plausible explanation to why no one has ever seen a penis on any of merman). It is used for urination, as well as sexual intercourse. The testicles are inside the tail, as opposed to the pelvis, since they require a slightly lower temperature to function properly (the human and pelvis part is warm-blooded, but the tail is cold-blooded). The anus is above the penis.

Diet

The mermaid mostly eats fish, but has been known to subsist on other meats, fruits and vegetables. There are some species of mermaid that are vegitarians only.

Habitat

The mermaid is able to exist equally on land and in the sea, although it can become dehydrated if on land for extended periods of time. Most mermaids live in schools or pods, but some are known to travel as hermits. They can live in caverns below the sea and in undersea cities. The merpeople cities is more common on other planets, but in the future there will be build bigger merpeople cities on Earth. Some of the merpeople are more advanced technological and spiritual than Earth human and is several thousend years ahead. They have free energy, teleportation, interstellar space travelling etc. Some of the merpeople live on big space stations and on starships.”

For more info, see the Kindle book, The Anatomy of A Mermaid on Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/The-Anatomy-Mermaid-Tom-Ryerson-ebook/dp/B0097JWUDK

Fun dolphin facts
  • Dolphins can recognize themselves in a mirror wich shows that they are highly intelligent.
  • They live in groups called pods, the bonds between the pod members are super tight♥.
  • They have great healing abilities.
  • Dolphins of several species engage in homosexual acts.

See any parallels?

hzyoda-deactivated20170604  asked:

Dear Archy I have a school project about Archigram I need to make a scaled model of a building(preferably a living unit)which is follows that idea. And thought you can give inspiration. Can please give some examples about it Wish you all the best. P.s: sorry about my bad english

Its very difficult to find plans of individual living unites by Archigram that are easy to build as a scaled model. The units designed tend to follow a more organic shape (like Living Pod above) or maybe something like Regents Park Road (below). Check their archive here.

Watermelon Bubblegum and a Hint of Mint (Trolls Fanfic)

I finally finished! Did somebody say ANOTHER KISS? Did somebody say an actual kiss, perhaps even make out? Well, I surely hope so because that’s what you’re getting. And I confess that because of that I had trouble rating this lol, I ended up leaving it as “all audiences” but if you think I should level it up to “Teens” let me know lol

So, anyway. Here we go. 

AO3

Summary: Poppy and Branch are getting used to having talks under the moonlight in the highest spot of the Toll Tree before bed. They share secrets, fears, hopes, dreams, and perhaps, even a heartfelt, most needed kiss.


The best thing about living in the Troll Tree was the height. It was really tall. Poppy had also picked the highest pod to live, so she could watch over every single one of her friends, her people. As a bonus, she got to sneak out to one of the most elevated branches of the tree almost every night after a long day of singing, dancing, and new treaties of friendship with the Bergens with her… er, roommate.

After discovering there were too many Trolls for the current number of available pods on the Tree, they came to the conclusion they would have to share until they could grow as many pods as necessary. As Bergen Town also changed and was now a very colorful, environment-friendly city, King Gristle had told her, she only had to say the word and the Trolls could start to grow pods on every tree they wanted.

Poppy had thanked him, but decided that it would be better to keep the Trolls in one place where she could easily watch over them at first, at least until they acclimated to the city. The good thing was that the Troll Tree had enough room to grow enough pods, but it would take time. It would also be quicker to grow them all in one place too.

So, until all the pods were ready, some Trolls would have to share. They didn’t mind that much, but Poppy insisted that everyone got their own pod first before her, because what kind of ruler would she be if she was selfish? It definitely didn’t have anything to do with the fact that she was having the time of her life sharing a home with Branch.

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Things I'll miss

When OUAT is finally over there are a few things I’ll miss and probably more I won’t.

I’ll miss Robert sharing the screen with Emilie and Lana.
I’ll miss Rumbelle, Regina.
I’ll miss every version of Rumple.
SQ interactions.
I’ll keep as the fandom.
I’ll miss Robert’s tweets.
I’ll miss the cast interactions.
I’ll miss what the show could have been.


What I won’t miss..

I won’t miss Hook and his non existent redemption or faux heroism.
I won’t miss Emma (or at least this dumbed down all about a man version)
I won’t miss CS
I really won’t miss Zelena
I won’t miss the writing culture on the show that whitewashes a bully, murderer, rapist, and gives a double standard for the Rumple vs everyone else on the show.
I wont miss Eddy’s obnoxious interviews.
I won’t miss Adam’s damage control, lies, and deleted tweets.
I won’t miss terrible writing and lack of character development.
I won’t miss the baiting, the pandering and the show runner’s sellout of their creativity back in s3
I won’t miss the terrible rabid fans that made interactions with others unbearable. That gave the fandom a bad rep for their behavior to the actors, other fans and their entitlement on social media.
The character assassination of mainly Rumple and Belle to prop a pirate.
I really won’t miss Hook.
I won’t miss the toxic, unhealthy and abusive part of the CS relationship that the writers sweep under the rug.


I already miss what the show could have been…

Neal still alive.
Charming being a reluctant bro to the other grandpa.
Grandpastiltskin
Rumple being a pain in the ass but still working with others
Neal being a dad.
Kick ass Snow
Kick ass Emma who still had convictions and wasn’t a pod living only for a man.
When the show made sense