lots and lots of them

anonymous asked:

dude you are a blessing for this fandom! the bts aus, the yoonmin, the everything! so so beautiful! always remember that there are tons of people who apreciate your art and the time and effort you put into it. sometimes ppl will say" do more of this or that", but don't feel pressured you do you :) lots of luv

thankyou you ask was so timely!!!!!! i guess smth to get used to doing as a fanartist is having to repeatedly tell people that you will continue something if u, well, feel like continuing it.. but sigh, Such Is Life. lots of love back to you!!!!

Originally posted by yoonggi

All of you who act like Lance and Keith would be angry and verbally abusive to each other as a couple, please fuck off. They would be the softest couple to ever exist with forehead touches, cheek kisses, intense hugs after they come back from every mission, and a generally supportive attitude towards each other no matter what.

anonymous asked:

You know, its kinda rude to talk about him like that. seriously, people like you SCARED him because of the amount of backlash he got from TRYING TO PROVOKE THOUGHT. he wasn't going to do another undertale video because of how much hate he got from his first two videos on it. Undertale is a game about acceptance, shouldn't the community be the same?

Cripes, calm down, guys. I never said he was THE WORST or that he shouldn’t put out new videos if he wants. All I said is that I don’t care about watching them. I’m certain he’s going to get along just fine without my thoughts on his thoughts. 

If the community as a whole heaped on a lot of anger about it, that’s unfortunate, since it’s much healthier for everyone involved to just ignore the stuff you don’t care for. But no one is obligated to be accepting of everything just because you share a fandom. 

anonymous asked:

I just thought about what if Jason accidentally fakes his death? Like the batfam thought his still in a warehouse or something when it blew, and his comms destroyed so they can't call him, and he just went to a safe house after to sleep and like he doesn't know until a few weeks later when he shows up at the manor to meet up with Alfred for tea.

would it be better or worse if he wasn’t even really getting along with the rest of the family at that point? either way you play it, jason has a bunch of redundancies for his safe houses, and he was trained just as well as any of them. there has to be at least one or two he’s managed to keep secret from the rest of the bats. 

jay doesn’t really make a habit of carrying explosives in his helmet anymore; that was really more of a one-off when he first came back to gotham. since then, he generally just carries more explosives with him to make up for it. because of that, and because he’s usually fighting standard-grade humans, it’s not all that likely that he tosses his helmet aside in the middle of a fight.

a warehouse blows. red hood was in it, they know that (it all but had “This Is A Trap For Red Hood” written all over it), and when searching it, the bats find the badly burnt remnants of hood’s shattered helmet. no body, but –

it’s easy to assume the worst. it’s already happened once, after all. they hold on to hope for a week, but they haven’t been able to find any sign of jason. he can’t be raised on his comms, he hasn’t been in any of the safe houses that they know of, oracle couldn’t find any sign of him on cameras. 

no sign of him in a hospital or even leslie’s clinic, no body matching his description in the morgue. (that last doesn’t mean anything. no body at the warehouse, but someone had set the trap – they could have easily dumped it somewhere else.)

there’s no sign of him, living or dead, anywhere in the city so far as they can tell.

red hood’s been throwing himself into ever-escalating fights since he came back to gotham, and finally they have to assume that this time, his luck didn’t hold long enough for him to get out. 

the family sinks into some kind of shock. it’s impossible to believe that they lost him again.

it’s not something that can even be explained to the public. how do you explain that you’re in fresh mourning for a son and brother that was declared dead over half a decade ago? 

then again, all the bats are good at hiding how they feel. 

they mourn quietly, but they mourn.

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Nine out of ten boys in this program
have been or are being abused.
Anger comes from a place of
misunderstanding and mistreatment of
the individual affected.

Talking to these boys you come to find
that all of them are angry for a reason.
They use sports and exercise to cope.
Their muscles are sometimes bigger
than their brains and that’s not very
funny considering how society teaches the
modern boy to be violent and big.
Give an abused boy a book of poems
and he will crush it because it’s manly to
break things in your hands than to
just so plainly pick it up and read it
and get lost in poems that know
how you feel exactly but a boy only knows
how to break and tear and scream and destroy
and a boy would rather see his knuckles bloody or his nose broken than to admit
for christs fucking sake they’re not animals and that they’re allowed to feel and whoever hurt them doesn’t deserve to turn them into monsters as well so why do we let monsters turn our sons and best friends into monsters why do we tell them it’s better to break bones than to heal your own

NINE OUT OF TEN BOYS IN THIS PROGRAM HAVE BEEN ABUSED OR ARE
BEING ABUSED.

There’s nine of them staring at me from yellow plastics chairs underneath a banner that reads so boldly,
Welcome to Anger Management.
Their eyes are dark and uninviting.
Their legs are shaking, they’re tired.
In here we all have problems but we know
we were taught to say we don’t and it was easier to be angry than to let anybody know.
Our fathers, mothers, step parents, siblings,
neighbors, classmates, teachers -

Nine out of ten boys in this program
are being or have been abused.
Anger comes from a place of
misunderstanding and mistreatment of
the individual affected.

—  Nine out of ten, but I don’t want to say I’m the tenth.
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I haven’t posted any in a while, so here’s a selfie dump; ft. me in a flower crown, choker, and and a tiny ponytail in my hair (and just being a dork in general.) 👽🌌🌙

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Lucy Rose bringing awareness to the stigma people have of those who genuinely love and care for something - in this case, for her music

Best moment of the Oscars in my opinion was when sound mixer Kevin O’Connell won the sound mixing award for the first time after being nominated for it literally 20 times in the past, and tearfully dedicated it to his late mother, saying “A special thank you tonight to my mother, Skippy O’Connell, who 39 years ago got me a job in sound. And when I asked her how I could thank her, she told me, ‘You can work hard. You can work really hard, and someday you can win yourself an Oscar, and you can stand on the stage, and you can think me in front of the whole world.’ Mom, I know you’re looking down on me tonight, so thank you.”

It was one of those award show moments that blind-sides you with its emotion and, at least for me, serves as a reminder that what’s really being awarded is not the films themselves, but the hard work and efforts and dreams of the people who made them.  And not just the big-name celebrity stars, but the people behind the more overlooked, “lesser” awards as well.  Every recipient has a story that led them to that moment, being honored for their work on a stage in front of the world.