I had the most incredible interaction at Comic Con today. I was wearing my new Tracer cosplay, and I ran into a group dressed like the Voltron paladins. After asking them for a picture, the person dressed as Lance dropped some sort of lame (very Lance) pick up line. I told him to bugger off. Then, halfway across the room their Keith yelled; “SHE’S GAY!”

N then the Lance cosplayer was just like, “Oh cool. I’m bi.” And then the group left.

It was incredible


I just keep thinking back to those few seconds and how he retracts himself and profusely apologises once he gets riled up it’s a little flustered and ashamed in nature.

It’s very different to a “patience yields focus” sort of attempt to bring himself back it’s not that this feels like something else and I can’t stop thinking about it bc it really did make me sit up and I’m still so fixed on it……

i really love how dn fandom is so chill and i can enjoy my ships without worrying about any kinds of hate. it’s like everyone is so united against the evil of terrible adaptations that no one has time for character/ ship hate to the degree of other fandoms..

anonymous asked:

"I think my family wants you to marry in."

somehow this screams fem!nyx/fem!noct. also shoutout to @noxulric because of this lovely fanart.

They’re nestled away in the dim confines of Nyx’s apartment when Noctis uttered the words softly against her shoulder. When she glances at the princess, Noctis is pointedly looking away, her own eyes downcast and her fingers were idly tracing the lines of a tattoo that covered the Glaive’s arm.

“…pardon?” Nyx asks, not sure she heard that right at all.

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I realized something earlier while listening to LWYMMD in the car. 

There’s a theory going around that the “kingdom keys” parallels the line in Long Live “All the kingdom lights shined just for me and you”. I wonder if Taylor included that because not only did the media and haters come after her but they came after us as well. Long Live is about us, her fans, and of course her band members and those who she toured with at the time. Maybe Taylor knows that the hate she’s gone through has been hate we’ve gone through as well since we’re always so quick to defend her. Maybe she sees this as “they don’t deserve this either.” 

Maybe it’s her way of saying “you can come after me but don’t include them int his. They’ve loved me. They’ve supported me. You don’t get to take this away from us.” 

                                                  ᴛᴏɢᴇᴛʜᴇʀ ᴡᴇ ᴄᴏᴜʟᴅ'ᴠᴇ ʙᴜɪʟᴛ ᴀɴ ᴇᴍᴘɪʀᴇ.

                                                       ᴛʜᴀᴛ ᴡᴀs ʏᴏᴜʀ ᴅʀᴇᴀᴍ. ɴᴏᴛ ᴍɪɴᴇ.

othersideofforty reblogged your link and added:

“Amazon declined to comment” doesn’t bode well.

The Variety article also originally completely failed to credit Terry Pratchett as the co-author of the book, and only corrected it after both he and Terry’s reps noted it. 

I get the feeling they tried to jumpstart the apocalypse and published before they were supposed to, based on Neil’s being a bit tetchy in his tweet - on all the American Gods news he’d basically retweet seconds after the original story “broke.”

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