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Hey ! I made a lil’ something~ As soon as I saw this cute tweet I immediately though of this !!

Also I would like to thank all the new followers \^v^/ ♥ and everyone that posted sweet messages in the tags (yess I read them hehe) ♥♥ thanks and sorry for not posting regularly…

TFA-Introduced Characters by Screen Time
  1. Rey - 42 min 30 sec
  2. Finn - 30 min
  3. Kylo Ren - 19 min 15 sec
  4. BB-8 - 10 min 15 sec
  5. Poe Dameron - 8 min 45 sec
  6. Maz Kanata - 3 min 30 sec
  7. General Hux - 3 min 15 sec
  8. Snoke - 2 min
  9. Phasma - 1 min 45 sec
  10. Lor San Tekka - 1 min 45 sec

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anonymous asked:

Who in the Naruto Universe would date a black girl?

So I’d like to think that all the Naruto characters wouldn’t just date based on skin color, but just for the sake of not having to list 100+ characters I’m just gonna name the ones that come to mind first that I can really envision if that’s okay?

under the cut just in case though

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look I made a meme. Has this been done already? Part of me says yes, but I couldn’t find one anywhere if it has…

Also huge shoutout to @majorfrustration who let me use some of her screencaps for this!

Watertribe paladin

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it’s The Boys
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kate mckinnon + live action film credits

Voltron Big Hero Six AU

Ok, so here’s what I got so far:

So Matt and Pidge are siblings, and Pidge is like this super smart fourteen year old who is too good for this world

- But here’s the thing she goes to these bot fights at night (which are, ya know, illegal) and she kicks ASS

- And Matt convinces her to go for a big school scholarship at the Garrison, where he goes

- And he introduces her to all his friends

- First, she meets Shiro, who is this tall guy with a robotic arm and Pidge is like “wtf that is so cool like how are you even a thing?”

- And she finds out that he lost his arm in a war accident and built himself an arm from scratch

 - And it does some really cool shit - like, there’s super strength, and i am 99% sure that something shoots out of it

- Also lowkey Shiro/Matt romance bc i’m garbage

Then she’s walking around a bit and sees this really cool motorcycle prototype and she’s like “whoa this is cool

- And freaking Keith Kogane walks in all cool like, “oh yeah i’m making a bike that goes, like, really fast

- Keith does really reckless car races in his free time or something and he wants to be a pilot

- Shiro is his brother

- And Klance

- I don’t care how just Klance

And speaking of Klance Lance McClain walks in and is all, “oh, wow, keith, nice, but can you beat THIS?

- And the nerd throws these weird paint bomb things at him, and suddenly the two are sparring with wheels and pink dustballs and Pidge doesn’t know what to do

- Matt just laughs and explains that Lance thinks Keith is his rival or some crap like that because they went to the same high school, and keith scored higher than Lance on the aptitude test and is now convinced it is his duty to utterly defeat him

- Which explains why he starts throwing chemicals

Ok, but here’s Hunk, (adorable, sweet innocent Hunk) who is actually really smart and is building some high-tech droid or something and trying to fine tune it to actually work

- Pidge does some Pidge magic and hurrah it works

- And Hunk is like “wtf Matt your sister is brilliant”

 -And Pidge is like, “this guy is chill”

And Matt shows her this robot he’s building named Rover who is supposed to be this friend to help her if she really needs it

AND IT’S JUST REALLY CUTE AND FLUFFY AND THEN MATT DIES AND PIDGE LOSES IT AND SWEARS REVENGE

Diana & Akko - Confidence VS Believing

Welp it’s still not the day I will shut up about episode 20, NOT YET.

Because I just want to talk about Diana a little more. How, up until now, she has always been nothing but confident and certain of what she is doing/saying.

Complete confidence in answering questions in class:

Complete confidence in her magic:

Complete confidence in her broom-riding skills:

Complete confidence in her negotiating skills:

In all of these instances (and others like them) we see the same image of Diana. Back straight, chin high, eyes closed. Of course maintaining proper posture is second nature to someone as serious as Diana, but the fact that she always has her eyes closed speaks volumes to just HOW confident she is in her own abilities. She doesn’t even need to look

Not even when she is WRITING:

Not even when she is WALKING:

Now you’d think she’d at LEAST need to open her eyes to walk and write.

Not Diana Cavendish. She emits an air of confidence and pride and surety all throughout the series, in everything she does (excluding the times when Akko flusters her), which is often misinterpreted by fans and characters alike as a “high-and-mighty” or “snobbish” attitude.

She conducts herself in a very strict, professional, and surefire manner.

That is until-

Yes, Akko strikes again! So passionate, so enthusiastic. 

Diana’s always been confident in herself, but right now - in the face of losing all she and her mother and ancestors have ever worked for - she doesn’t have the spirit for it. Her stance is reclusive, not straight. She’s taken aback. 

Diana is not confident in herself at all at this point. 

But Akko is.

Rather, Akko isn’t exactly confident in Diana. She BELIEVES in her. 

She believes in her enough to proclaim Diana would be able to go to school and be the family head. That’s an immense amount of responsibility all at once, but it’s something she knows Diana would proudly be able to handle. 

Diana just can’t see it for herself right now - that of COURSE she could be family head and attend school. She doesn’t realize it, but Akko does.

So to be in the face of Akko’s complete and utter belief in her, Diana doesn’t know HOW to react for once. She’s always been confident in herself, but now Akko is the one believing in her when Diana can’t do it herself.

Akko has SO MUCH FAITH in her. When Diana can’t be confident in herself, Akko does it for her. Akko believes in her.

And for a girl who always has enough confidence to have her eyes closed, Diana’s eyes have never gone wider than in this scene.

Essentially, Diana has always been confident in herself. But not quite in the same way Akko believes in her.

After all, being confident in your own abilities and knowing that someone else believes in you with all their heart and soul are two entirely different things. 

Being confident means there is some solidarity in what you’re doing. You have done this before. You know exactly what you are doing. You are confident you can do it again. You know you will succeed.

But believing is so much more abstract. “Belief” is based off something that isn’t necessarily concrete or tangible. “Belief” is much riskier. Believing you can do something doesn’t necessarily mean you will succeed.

That is the difference between being confident and believing. Diana has always been confident in herself, and confidence is based in solidarity and surety. 

But now, thanks to Akko, she’s learning to believe in herself. Which is a little less clear, a little shakier, a little less concrete. 

That’s why “believing” is so difficult for some people (like Diana). There are no guidelines. There is no surefire answer.

But that’s what makes believing so exciting to others (like Akko). (doki doki no waku waku!)

Final notes: Confidence matches Diana’s personality and upbringing just as perfectly as believing matches Akko’s. 

But now, Akko is finally allowing Diana to believe.