ouch parallels

abbadon-abandon  asked:

Light! (For the headcannon meme)

Sure thing Abbo, have some hcs about Lighto and the Yagami family!

Light Yagami HCs:

1. He briefly considered getting involved in swimming rather than tennis. He chose tennis because he likes the mental challenge of reading his opponent. Light also appreciates the one-on-one sort of competition.

2. Before Light learned how, Sachiko often enjoyed reading folkloric stories to him. Light’s favorite was The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter

3. Light was very quiet as an infant but extremely energetic and inquisitive as a child. 

4. Initially he was disappointed to have a younger sibling, but Light soon became increasingly protective of her. He would often ask Sachiko if he could help with feeding or bathing baby Sayu. As adolescents, he consoled her when Soichiro and Sachiko had a quarrel.

5. Light shows affection to Sayu by ruffling her hair. He shows affection to Sachiko by cooking with her. He shows affection to Soichiro by being the ideal ‘man of the house’ in his absence.

6. Light never got in trouble at school. However, he did fantasize quite often about skipping class in his later teen years.

7. Light started to ask Soichiro about work and criminal cases once he was old enough to understand that his father’s job was dangerous. He didn’t like to see Sachiko or Sayu worried.

8. Light didn’t have much of an aptitude for artistic pursuits. He could replicate or echo a certain style, but was unable to construct one of his own.

9. As a child, Light mostly got in trouble just for his curiosity leading him out of sight or somewhere dangerous. Light was frequently caught being in places he shouldn’t have been around.

10. His room was never very messy when he was a child; Light liked that all of his possessions had their own place to occupy. 

anonymous asked:

I'm not sure if anybody's already said this, but when Sherlock catches the teacup in TLD everyone seems to focus on Sherlock dropping the gun to do so, symbolising him dropping everything else to save the gay love, but I can't help but think about what happens next, Sherlock has a gun pulled on him by a woman he trusts. D'you think that Sherlock abandoning the gun to save the tea is meant to parallel him ignoring the signs that Mary was dangerous because he was too focused on John's happiness?

Hmm, that’s pretty deep Nonny. Huh. I can see the metaphor / parallels here. Ouch.

anonymous asked:

This has probably already been pointed out, but I just realised the lyrical parallels between I Never Told You What I Do For A Living "we'll love again, we'll laugh again" and Weighted "So let's laugh, let's laugh/Let's learn to laugh at ourselves again/Let's love, let's love".

oohhhh i don’t know if i had caught that one before! if i did, i’d forgotten until now. i’m feeling a feeling. 

Guys can you imagine what it would be like if Bellamy really did find Clarke (hung upside down) remember how he said a few episodes ago the grounders would “gut her and string her up as a warning” what if he saw her head of blonde hair dangling motionless with her back to him and all he’s thinking is that thought - and his eyes are wide in horror and he’s frozen in his steps afraid to move closer to see it - because if he saw it it would be real, and he would have to accept Clarke really was dead in one of the most horrific ways he could barley stomach. Wow ouch.