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This isn’t actually a kitchen, it’s a plant sanctuary.

I made this space mostly to mess around in Photoshop. I’m trying to create an action I can use consistently but it’s slow going.

Hey, guys. So this is going to be a quick PSA.

About Evilde because that’s basically what all my theories are about.

So the kiss in the five episodes long second season (last minute or so of e5 is not included) is divided into several parts. I never thought I would have a favorite part of a kiss, but here I am making a PSA about it.

To start with I thought this was my favorite part:

(Vilde chasing after Eva’s lips. Eva’s hands on the back of Vilde’s neck.)

Then there is the obvious one. You all know which one I’m talking about:

(Vilde smiling as Eva is slightly pulling away, getting ready to kiss again as Eva leans in. Both looking so soft.)

But then there is a part which I haven’t paid as much attention to as I should. After researching, observing and analyzing I’ve come to the conclusion that this is my favorite part:

(Foreheads touching, Vilde’s hand. Foreheads touching.)

Honestly they’re all my favorites, but I want to bring this part to attention. Have I mentioned that their foreheads touch?


How many of you actually like Saeyoung/Seven and how many of you are just scared to start discourse because he’s the fandoms pet and you’re scared of getting hate for stating your opinion publicly?


Actor Sam Heughan attends a cocktail party to kick-off Independent Spirit Awards and Oscar weekend hosted by Piaget and The Weinstein Company on February 24, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

Knowing that Kaitlin isn’t going to get any industry recognition for Dee this season is making me kind of angry. She’s always fantastic, but there’s something about these last few episodes that have been especially wonderful.

1-Look at Hero or Hate Crime, when Charlie confesses that they’ve been smoking together:

In a matter of seconds, she goes through several emotions-

  1. slight confusion from Charlie’s plan to cover smells
  2. surprise that he told them about the smoking thing
  3. betrayal/ ‘what are you doing?!’

Notice how she freezes, leans just slightly forward, then farther back

2- In The Gang Tends Bar-

She makes three facial expressions that, in progression, show her feelings 

  1. At the beginning, “aw that’s really sweet, I love him”
  2. Middle, she snaps out of it and looks at the other guys
  3. Lastly, she has a regretted look on her face because she knows she has to rip Charlie up… but remember in The Gang Misses the Boat when Charlie and Dee have a conversation and Charlie says the guys make him do stuff he doesn’t want to do and Dee says it’s peer pressure? I think she ripped Charlie up because a) she’s afraid of her own feelings, and b) she feels peer pressured into doing it

3-Then later in The Gang Tends Bar-

I originally meant it to be funny, but it’s still important.

When Mac gives Dennis the rocket launcher

  1. She looks kind of happy for Dennis. Her brother is making some progress and actually has feelings and cares about things, and got a gift that he loved, which probably means more after his confession that he’s hurt that they never get him anything for valentines.
  2. Maybe even glad that Dennis has Mac, and that being an “old married couple” and the “codependency” she accused them of is actually good.
  3. That if Dennis can show such raw feelings in front of everyone, and he and Mac can have their thing, then maybe it’s okay to accept that she does feel lonely, and there may actually be some kind of connection with/ feelings for Charlie.
  4. Mac and Dennis really have strong feelings for each other, and she’s gonna have to continue sharing a bed with two people who are in love with each other.

(2 was taken from this post, so I take no credit for that great observation)

KD k-fandom is having their annual gathering now (this year it’s called KADI-ONE). They share lots of cute fanart (in the form of photocards)… I’m so jelly rn.

trisscar368  asked:

*creeps in with tea and danish butter cookies* hi mittens. You actually reminded me, I'd been meaning to ask if there's any established meta around Rugaru (other than the s4 introduction with temptation/humanity); they've been mentioned a lot recently.

That is true. Wally was apparently a rugaru specialist. Mary was training with one of the MoL’s disgusting weapons that melts rugaru brains… I mean… :/

But what we learned about rugarus back in 4.04 leads me to believe that this wasn’t just some sort of random callback to a seldom-used monster.

S12 has dealt with a lot of “hybrid” creatures. First we have angels in vessels, from Lucifer hopping vessels to Benjamin cherishing his vessel and remaining together out of mutual devotion, right down the line to Castiel alone in his vessel as something that even the angels don’t recognize as a proper angel anymore, especially since he’d spent half a year as a graceless human being.

We have Lily Sunder burning up her own soul to work angelic magic, becoming a little less human every time she uses a spell.

Then we have the nephilim, a true hybrid human/angel, which has the angels TERRIFIED.

Not to mention some of the other monsters that leave us truly wondering; especially the Princes of Hell. Ramiel was able to walk across a devil’s trap, is barely tickled by the demon knife, is not slowed down a bit even by a devil’s trap bullet, hardly noticed a stab with an angel blade, and blows apart a ring of holy fire. What sort of weird new creature is this? Even Dagon has demonstrated some extraordinary abilities, in how she killed the two angels who’d been after Kelly, reminiscent of how Amara had poofed away several angels in 11.09…

(It’s also been pointed out several times, and I can’t remember by whom off the top of my head, that we haven’t really had all that many “monsters” of the week this season. We’ve had loads of ghosts, humans, and demons (aka, the twisted souls that used to be human before hell…). 

There’s also been a lot of love parallels, both of romantic love and parental/child love. And a rugaru (again based on what we learned about them in 4.04) sort of… represents both…

So here’s my understanding of rugarus, and what makes them relevant to all these big themes of s12:

  • they’re essentially born human
  • this thing that makes them monstrous doesn’t tick over until they’re adults
  • the implication in 4.04 being it happens WHEN THEY HAVE CONCEIVED A CHILD with a human
  • once they turn monstrous, they can’t resist their monstrous nature and continue to sate their appetite for “long pig” until some hunter tracks them down and takes them out
  • but by that point they’ve ~abandoned their families~ leaving their progeny to be raised human to repeat the cycle…\
  • the implication being that they abandoned their wives and babies out of love… so they wouldn’t hurt their loved ones when they turned.

In some ways this reminds me of the bit of lore that only Dean knew about vetalas in 7.11– that they hunt in PAIRS, and not solo. Probably because most hunters aren’t lucky enough to survive an encounter with them to actually make that report. Especially hunters who traditionally DO work solo…

Because Travis in 4.04 didn’t live long enough to tell Sam and Dean WHY he’d tied up the rugaru’s wife. Because she was already carrying the next generation of monster. And she won’t even realize that until IT grows up to repeat its father’s descent into monsterhood.

Sort of similar to how the angels are viewing the nephilim here…

And some of their attitudes about angels loving humans…

and some of the major love… and love themes of the season, as well as the human/monster questions.

So yeah, I think it’s perfectly logical to bring up the rugaru here.