okay so this edit actually took some time

In this conspiracy style video, I will explain to you why Ralvez is undeniably canon. Put on your seatbelts my fellow shippers, because it’s a wild ride.


Notes

*turn your fucking sound on, otherwise it’s garbage (more than it is already)

*also yes I am aware some go too fast to Reid but I needed it to fit close to the song length so pause if you need*

*and yes, the star fade was a nod to Matthew’s star fade in the episode*


(I might make a follow up like Bi-Prentiss if people actually enjoy these lmfao)

shsl heir komaeda for gummyfang!!

Hottie in snapback | Joe Sugg imagine

“Yeah mom I’m coming. My train leaves in twenty minutes. See you soon. Love you too.” I said to my mom as I walked in the train. It was Friday so I decided to go home and stay there over the weekend. I haven’t visited my family in weeks. I just couldn’t find the time. We just got new client at the firm so I had to work extra hard over past few weeks. 
I sat at the front of the train so I could get off first. As I walked to the front I said hi to workers there. I knew them all because I used to travel with this train every week when I went to UNI. Which wasn’t long time ago. 
“How was your week Hun?” asked Mary when I passed her seat. “Busy but I can’t complain. How are John and Elizabeth?” We chitchatted for a moment and I went to take a seat. I took a seat to the window and dropped my bag on the floor next to me and my coat on the table leaving seats around me free so someone can use them. 
“Is this seat taken?” Asked guy and when I nodded he took the seat opposite me. I smiled and opened my laptop because I had do get some work done before I get to the house. 
After few moment our train left the station and I concentrated on work. 
I was editing a video for our new marketing ad when I heard someone sneezing. I looked away from my computer and took a look at stranger with whom I was sharing a table. He was wearing red snapback and grey hoodie. He had headphones as well on his ears and was doing something entertaining on his laptop because I saw him trying hard not to laugh. He had blue eyes and brown hair and he was definitely a hottie. He sneezed again and I without thinking said ‘bless you’ to which he kindly replied ‘thank you’. For some reason this made me smile. And in no time my focus was again on screen in front of me until I saw someone’s hand in front of my screen. I took my headphones out and looked at the boy. 
“I’m sorry I didn’t know how to get your attention. I was wondering if by any chance you had a tissue. ” He asked with a smile.
“It’s okay and I have just wait a minute.” I said and searched for tissues in my bag. While I was looking for them I heard someone call my name. When I looked up I saw Andy one of the train drives in front of me. 
“Hey Andy how are you?” I asked when I handed the pack of tissues to the guy in front of me.
“Great. I haven’t seen you here in a while.”
“Work was crazy in the last few weeks.” 
“Yeah I know how it gets. I have to go but say hi to your mom when you get a chance.” 
“I will. Say hi to Mark at the front.” I said and he left. 
“So you go often to Brighton?” Asked guy with red snapback.
“Yeah my family lives there. What about you?”
“Not as often as I should but I try my best. So I guess you don’t live in Brighton?” 
“No I live in London but I grew up there.”
“Same. I mean I live in London as well but I’m visiting my sister in Brighton who lives there with her boyfriend and Alan. Their dog. Well technically her name is Nala but I like to call her Alan which is backwards from Nala. I’m sorry. I’m rambling.” He said and took a deep breath.” I’m sure you’re busy with stuff you were doing on your laptop and I’m only wasting your time so thank you for the tissues and sorry again. ” He said and blushed. 
“It’s okay actually I liked your rumbling it took my mind of my work. And I need a break anyway. My parents always say that I never take breaks of work and that I should take some time off and have fun.” 
“Then you found the right person to have fun with. “ He said and again I could see that he blushed a bit. “Sorry that came out wrong.” Which made me laugh a bit. 
“It’s okay. So what are you working on?” I asked and closed my laptop. I decided that for once my work can wait.
“Just editing a video. I have this youtube channel where I post videos for people’s entertainment…” and with that I started a conversation with hottie in red snapback. 

anonymous asked:

I don't mean to rude or anything, you seem like a very nice person but, how can you be 26 years old and be so into fandoms + find the time to read and write fanfiction, don't you work or go to school?

anon I’m sure you’re a lovely person so believe me I’m not being a bitch with this answer, but ;)

  • I’ve been into fandoms since I was thirteen and I wrote my first fanfic at fourteen. back in the day I went to school every day bar weekend for five hours, in hs I went every day except sunday and maybe saturday some years for five or six hours and I had homework, and then I went to uni for six years, and I still managed to find plenty of time for fandom and fanfic. like. you manage time, it’s not too complicated. actually I wrote most of the fanfic I ever wrote in my life during university, I think I have like 400 fics on lj at least still, and I went to class and studied and took finals. actually I write less fanfic when I don’t have anything to do for reasons still unknown to me, but anyway.
  • now I’m working/doing a traineeship/whatever and it’s sucking about 80% of my free time but like… okay so now I’m answering you right? at the same time I’m editing in photoshop pictures for the booklet that’s supposed to go to the refugees studying in the school I work/train at and I probably could watch some show I don’t particularly care for in the background if I felt like it. I can write fanfic ten minutes and switch to school planning for another ten. If I come home at six pm on monday I can watch got at six thirty and discuss it online through the evening.
  • I can read fanfic on my phone while I go to work or before I go to bed. I can write it when I have spare time or in breaks from work or whatever. Same as reading books. I can think about what I’ll write in my fanfic while I go to work on the metro or so on. It’s called managing your free time.
  • also like there’s people who are into fandoms who are twice my age. some of the first people I befriended in fandom back in the day were well into their forties and had been around fandom for ages. heck I used to be in old school bandom when I was seventeen, I was friends on lj with someone fifty who had three kids and it wasn’t weird or anything - we sent each other mail for that matter. I’ve been friends with people who were thrice my age back in the day. I’ve had some of my best conversations/exchanges/beta relationships with people fifteen years older than me who found time for fandom while writing their phd or teaching. I could go on for ages for that matter.
  • heck, I’ve just been to a SPN convention and like there are people who’ve gone for the last seven years same as me who are way into their fifties. I’m fairly sure there’s someone from england who has to be retired by now. for the first five rounds there was a whole family coming - father, daughter and possibly the mother at some point. I’ve seen a lot of people older than forty and younger than me. like they’re older than the actors they’re getting pictures taken with. and guess what, no one cares. we all love the same people/show, we’re there to have fun, so what if they’re not fourteen anymore?
  • like, I don’t get what’s so strange about people older than idk nineteen or out of college (which is still school btw) being into fandoms. fandoms are places you’re supposed to enjoy yourself in and talk about something you like and share it with others. like if I asked you ‘how can some guy be older than twenty-five and find the time to follow fifteen different european championships, go to football games every two weeks or every week if they follow the team, talk about his friends about the results for the entire next week’ and the likes it would be the exact same question, but somehow following sports is something that no one questions how you find time for, but writing fanfic should be?
  • furthermore: it’s not like there’s a set age to stop enjoying fictional stuff. like, there isn’t an expiration date on being into ships or fanfics or shows or the likes. like, I know you don’t mean to be rude but the gist of that question is ‘how can you be into fandom when you’re 26 that’s old’ and like it’s not… old at all? I’m not even thirty. sure I’ve been into fandom more than half of my life. I’d never change it tbh. but like I’m at what, one third of my lifespan hopefully? does that mean my expiration date already arrived and from this point on I can’t enjoy fictional stuff or writing fanfic or reading it? then what about people who enjoy it at fifty? (spoiler alert: some of the best porn I’ve ever read in my life came from people older than thirty-five. thank fuck it existed or mine would have been entirely more horrid.) people can have children and find time for fanfic or fandom. it’s called time managing. same as people can work or have kids and find time to go to sports games or music gigs or have nephews probably and watch supernatural. and so what? it’s cool. it’s a hobby.
  • not even going into fandom: at my first bruce springsteen concert I was in line with this fifty-something year old woman behind me. she was a huge fan since the eighties and never could see him live. her niece who was like - I was sixteen, she was twenty-something - had brought her as a birthday present even if she didn’t care for springsteen. we then ended up sitting with her one row behind me and I can 100% swear to you that she was every bit as enthusiastic as I was as it was both our first bruce concert and at the end we were both crying and it made zero difference. at my last springsteen concert I was in third row and in second there was a sixty year-old woman who camped there for the whole day and at some point called her son to go like ‘listen dinner is to be heated like this and that if you call later because you’re useless you’re on your own I’m seeing bruce bye’. and behind me there was a thirty-somethings couple who brought along their five year old kid who was as excited about bruce as all of us. enjoying things or people or music doesn’t have an expiration date. I’ll still be reading and writing fanfic when I’m into my thirties probably and I’ll enjoy every moment of it. and I won’t think I’m old except when I see people complaining that *old people* are in fandom spoiling their fun when we actually do want to have fun ourselves. (this isn’t aimed at you it’s more of a general attitude I see on tumblr and tbh when you’re old past early twenties according to people then idk what to tell you.)

tldr: because I manage my time and I find it for things I like. even if I work or go to school. and fandoms/participating in fandoms doesn’t have expiration dates. :)