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batb things i liked (spoilers, sorry)


-i wanted to scream the moment i saw the castle in the beginning

-that prologue??? i like how they kept adam’s real face a mystery, as he was hidden behind the layers of make up. 

-’belle’ ahhhhh 

-i was expecting that emma would have auto-tuned her voice because of the audio they had released months before the premiere, but boy did it surprise me.

-’belle’ was so nostalgic i had to refrain myself from singing along in the cinema.

-maurice wasn’t only an inventor, he was also an artist. and belle wasn’t only a bibliophile, she was also an inventor (witty belle, creating probably the first washing machine)

-emma’s grunt after the line ‘madame gaston, his little wife’

-philippe was loyal af, esp in the scene where maurice was almost trapped by the wolves and philippe had waited for him to jump. if you were to get a horse, pick one that is as loyal as philippe.

-i love how the beast couldnt care less if maurice had used his stuff, had eaten, had heated up by the fire, had trespassed in his castle but lost all his temper the moment maurice had cut a rose from his rose garden. 

-im not sure if its me, or the village felt small and congested, i was hoping for a more field-like village, the one i got used to in the animated version.

-BE OUR GUEST, BE OUR GUEST AHHHHHH and was disney telling us that Aladdin will be the next film to have a live action movie???

-adam’s ‘are-you-fucking-kidding-me’ eye roll at the mention of romeo and juliet being belle’s favorite book.


-’some of them in greek’. ADAM IS A BIBLIOPHILE AND HE GAVE BELLE THE LIBRARY !!!!!!

-belle’s laughter adam gave her the library.

-my poor baby lefou

-i ship gafou im sorry

-ewan mcgregor’s french accent is en pointe???


-i love how adam still dresses like a prince even in his beast form, ummm that waistcoat in something there and the scene where they had walked into the bridge was fine man. 

-that paris scene, thank you so much for giving us so much more than the animated film has given. also, prince adam’s back story about how he has grown to be a spoiled prince. thank you, thankyou, disney.


-gaston definitely wins asshole of the year, although i like how they put more depth into gaston’s character

-lmao when maurice talked to the driver as if nothing happened, that was hilarious.

-the cursed furniture wouldn’t have been hurt if they had stayed silent and dead, but they had fought to protect adam while he’s lamenting over his loss. his servants loved him albeit his attitude towards them. 

-when gaston showed up with a gun, adam literally did nothing, and you can just see his heart breaking by looking into his eyes

-umm agathe? what are you doing? whose side are you on? is this kind of a test or something?

-’MR. POTTS!’ 

-how old is adam? why is his age not mentioned in the movie? i know he should have someone love him by the age of 21, as from the animated film, but they did not mention it? and why hadnt they mentioned his name???

-’come back, i love you’


-le fou dancin with stanley made me so happy 

-the growl™

empty eyes - 2/3[KHR]

- Swimming Lessons -

There are two things in Tsuna’s life he dislikes more than anything else. And unfortunately for him, both of these are constants. One is the bullies that chase him home, demand he hand over whatever his mother packs him for lunch, and beat him up if they decide he’s gotten a little too spirited lately.

The second is Tsuna’s no-good father, a man named Iemitsu that Tsuna really, really doesn’t like. His mom tells him to call him ‘dad’, and sings his praises about how wonderful he is, but surely if he were as wonderful as she claims, he’d be home more. He’d be a good dad to Tsuna, teach him how to read and write and spend time with him like other kids’ parents do.

He wouldn’t come home, drink until he’s asleep, and then drag Tsuna around like a rag doll and demand ‘father-son bonding’. He wouldn’t make Tsuna feel like an anxious, scatter-brained mess simply by being in the same room with him. But perhaps most certainly, he wouldn’t put Tsuna in danger every time he decides he needs to learn something.

“Today my boy, I’m going to teach you how to swim!”

Like that.

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Evading Your Physical

Prompt: “Imagine avoiding Leonard McCoy when the time for your next physical rolls around (because romantic feelings) until he winds up cornering you somewhere and talking you into it against your better judgment.” - @outside-the-government

Word Count: 1,296

Warnings: N/A

Author’s Note: I kind of struggled with an ending on this one, but I hope you all like it!

You had never really had a problem with doctors. Hyposprays, sure, but doctors never. Hospitals and clinics didn’t bother you either, so when you noticed yourself avoiding your physical, the answer seemed pretty clear. You were avoiding your primary care physician, Leonard McCoy, or as his friends affectionately called him, Bones.

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5 creepy urban legends that have some truth behind them:

1.) Kidney Theft

This particular story comes from New Orleans, and talks about travelers waking up in baths of ice, only discover that their kidneys have been removed and they are left with an open wound. It originally began with a man meeting a beautiful woman at a bar and drinking with her. At the end of the night, he went back to her apartment and suffered a terrible fate. The woman drugged him and he woke up the next day with severe back pain. In agony, he went to the hospital where doctors were shocked to find that his kidney had been completely removed. These incidents certainly sound gruesome, and like something out of a horror film, but they have happened in real life many times: Criminals will target healthy subjects and drug them, remove their organs, and sell them on the black market. It could happen to anyone at anytime, and remains a terrifying reality for the dozens of victims.

2.) The Green Man

This truth behind this tale is a rather sad one. ‘The Green Man’ is an urban legend that is popular in Pennsylvania. During the 1930s, reports of a faceless monster came into the local police, and they began searching the streets for this supposed creature. Witnesses ran to the authorities whenever they saw this man, who would wander the streets with a limp and mutter incoherent words. It turned out, that the “creature” was in fact an innocent man with a severe facial disfigurement. His name was Raymond Robinson, and his injury was caused by an electrocution when he was younger. The accident caused his skin to glow with a green hue, hence his nickname.

3.) The Killer in the Back Seat

Legend has it, that once a woman was driving late at night, when she noticed a man signalling to her in her mirror. The driver kept flashing his lights at her, and started to tail gait her vehicle. The woman carried on driving, despite her fears, and the man eventually stopped following her. When she got home, she realised he was trying to warn her of a hooded figure hiding in her back seat holding a machete. Although this tale has been used in many horror films, it’s thought to be based on a true story. In 1964, a New York police officer was almost killed by an escaped murderer hiding in the back seat of his patrol car. When the killer struck, he shot him dead, narrowly escaping his own death. A similar event happened in Chicago, when a man sneaked into a woman’s vehicle while she was paying for her petrol. He then raped and murdered her.

4.) Murderous Surgeon

The idea of someone with years of professional medical training being a murderous psychopath is something that chills many to the bone. One gruesome campfire ghost story is that of a murderous surgeon, who would purposefully botch operations and mutilate his patients. This story is slightly exaggerated, but has happened several times. Such killers are known as ‘Angels of Death’ [LINK]  and will inject their suffering patients with a cocktail of drugs to murder them. These cases are not uncommon, and the perpetrators are often seemingly normal doctors and nurses.

5.) The Bunny Man

In 1904, residents of a small town in Virginia went to the government and demanded that all close-by mental asylums should be shut down. The government listened to their complaints, and decided to transport hundreds of patients to a more secure facility. During the transportation, several prisoners escaped and ran off into the woods. One version of the tale, tells of a trail of rabbit corpses leading into clearing. The police followed this bloody trail and found one of the prisoners hanging from a tree near a tunnel with a note around his lifeless body reading: “You’ll never catch me, no matter how hard you try. Signed- The Bunny Man”. Local folklore claims that if you walk under this “Bunny Man Bridge” at midnight, he will grab you and hang you from the entrance of the tunnel. Other versions claim he murders you with a chainsaw. Although this tale is far-fetched, there is some truth behind it: In 1970, two incidents of a man in a rabbit costume threatening people with an axe emerged in Virginia. These incidents were never followed up by police, as they thought of it as a prank, but it is nevertheless deeply disturbing.

The Canal

goreisforgirls submitted 

  I live in Boise, Idaho, and when I was younger there was an old unused patch of land, next to a canal that went under a railroad bridge. The patch of land was sharply tilted down toward the canal, so that when my friends and I were children, we would climb up the slope and up onto the tracks when there wasn’t a train coming. The area is now occupied by a newly-built apartment building. 

This was when I was about eight or nine. My then-best-friend and I walked down to the slope in the summer and played games there. We would climb up the slope and pretend to be adventurers or warriors. At one point in the afternoon, I was crawling up the slope on all fours, and reached the top, putting my hands on the train tracks. When I looked back over my shoulder, I saw the bridge going over the canal, and on the other side of it, there was a man, dressed in black from head to foot, even though it was over a hundred degrees out. 

I got spooked and ran down the slope again, grabbing my friend and telling her we had to leave. She didn’t believe me, and so started dragging me up the slope again. This time, the man was closer, walking across the bridge without much care as to whether or not he could fall off. Now we was wearing one of those full-faced Halloween masks, and a rimmed hat, but he was still far away enough for us to be able to run away and dismiss it as just a weird guy out in the middle of the day.

The two of us grabbed each other and ran back down, but when we got back to the flat part of the plot we looked back and he was standing at the top of the slope. We didn’t know how he got across the bridge that fast, but it scared us even more, so we started to run off of the plot of land and down the street. However, every time I looked back, he was standing a block or so over, not moving but keeping up with us, as if he was following us without moving his legs. We ran back home and slammed the door behind us, trying to forget about him.

She was sleeping over, and both of us were still pretty freaked out over the whole thing, so we stayed up most of the night. At some point we got up to go get something to eat out of the refrigerator in the middle of the night. 

The guy was standing in the dark in the middle of the caul du sac, just staring at my house. We ran downstairs to get my dad, and when he came back upstairs to look, the guy was gone. We never saw him again.

Fuck Yeah Nightmares Mod Fey: I don’t know what you ran into that day, but I definitely don’t think it was human. That’s way too much for just a prank.  9/10 for scares and thank you for sharing!

anonymous asked:

Can you do a fluffy solangelo soulmate where they meet each other and they are so shock Nico Kissed Will on the cheek but of course Will is perfectly ok with it

Woowee, it took way too long to get this out. Now it’s 2 in the morning and I’m praying this isn’t utter crap. I would like to give a super giant massive apology because this was totally not what you asked for??? I don’t know what happened but I somehow worked my terrible magic and put angst in your fluffy prompt, I’m so sorry. I beg forgiveness.

Nico was freaking out, the usually bright and vibrant tattoo on his chest was fading rapidly and he knew what that meant; his soulmate was dying.

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Dalinar turned upon the stands full of spectating lighteyes. “You can watch this?” he shouted at them. “My sons fight alone! There are Shardbearers among you. Is there not one of you who will fight with them?”

He scanned the crowd. The king was looking at his feet. Amaram. What of Amaram? Dalinar found him seated near the king. Dalinar met the man’s eyes. 

Amaram looked away.


“What happened to us?” Dalinar asked. “Where is our honor?”

“Honor is dead,” a voice whispered from beside him.

Dalinar turned and looked at Captain Kaladin. He hadn’t noticed the bridgeman walking down the steps behind him.

Kaladin took a deep breath, then looked at Dalinar. “But I’ll see what I can do. If this goes poorly, take care of my men.” Spear in hand, he grabbed the edge of the wall and flung himself over, dropping to the sands of the arena floor below. 

- Brandon Sanderson, Words of Radiance

I have literally just screamed, almost waking the baby. KaladinKaladinKaladinKaladin. Here is why you are my biggest fictional crush in all of fantasy. Also, I have decided that all lighteyes except for Dalinar/Adolin/Renarin/Shallan/Navani/Sebarial can burn. Seriously. UGH. HATE. 

you, apollo, were never the perfect man.
your light always burning too bright, your heart beating too hard,
fighting too much for things that did not concern you, praying too loudly for people you didn’t know

as you stood with the stars in the bright night sky, dionysus for once was still
you could never stay too far from chaos, and he could never stay too far from you, his heart long since taking it’s place in your palm
you were his world, love. he was not yours.

he loved you like the sun loved the moon, like the trees loved time, fell asleep with promises of the world on his tongue
you whispered prayers into his skin, begging for forgiveness from someone who was not there
(and wasn’t that ironic? the great apollo, brought to his knees by a drunk)

you, apollo, were never the perfect man;
so walk away, love
(and may the bridges you burn light your way)

—  // s.z
Guardian Angel || Closed


Patch had been assigned to a boy named Ryan. It had been a month since he had regained his wings and risen from being a fallen angel to a guardian angel. It wasn’t like his old job as an archangel but it was better than nothing. The man walked along the bridge, as something in his gut told him that his newest assignment was to the man standing on the edge. Although his wings were invisible to the mortal eye, they fluttered nervously at what the boy was about to do. 

“Hey, there stranger, what’s up?” He flashed a glistening grin to the other, carefully going to sit at the edge of the bridge with him.


On the Edmund Pettus Bridge, named after a KKK member, men, women, and children bled just to vote. 50 years later, the President of the United States, a black man, walked that same bridge with John Lewis, and others from that original day. As I crossed the bridge I was incredibly humbled. As a member the new generation, and a leader, we will carry the torch. SELMA50

The Three Billy Goats Gross

On the UC Berkeley campus, there is a bridge that activists stand on and push fliers at anyone who tries to cross it. Yesterday, there was no one there while I crossed it, but I joked about this potentially happening:

A white man walks across the bridge. Clippity clop.

Up jumps a protester! “Beware your gross biases and unconscious racism!” She says. “Come to our diversity seminar tomorrow!”

“Oh no!” The white man replies. “Please don’t make me go! There’s someone behind me who is far more racist than I. Just the other day, they said the n-word!”

“Hmmm,” Says the activist. “OK. Move along.”

Along comes the next white man. Clickity clack.

Up jumps the protester! “Beware your gross biases and unconscious racism!” She says. “Come to our diversity seminar tomorrow!”

“Oh no!” The white man replies. “Please don’t make me go! There’s someone behind me who is far more racist than I. They even believe that different races have different average intelligences!”

“Hmmm,” Says the activist. “OK. Move along.”

Along comes a poor black Jewish immigrant transwoman. Oyity vey.

Up jumps the protester! “Beware your… Um… Uh… I think there may be some kind of mistake…”

The activist wanders away utterly baffled.