plus good night

Brain: What is it you love so much about Night in the Woods

Me: Well, let’s see.
1. It shows the harsh realities of living in the lower middle class
2. Accurately portrays the struggles of a starving urban town
3. Puts a lot of value into the bonds between family and friends
4. Shows the inconsistencies and sometimes unhealthy realities concerning religion and what happens when you put too much anchorage in your beliefs
5. Gives a very logical perspective to religion and ethereal entities as a whole
6. Has a mentally ill character that is not romanticized, is not evil, and is not magically ‘cured’ by the end
7. Shows that suppressing anger is not always the best option.
8. Has very relatable and realistic characters
9. Shows the struggles of ordinary folks just trying to make due and make the best out of their shitty lives
10. Doesn’t spoon feed you the idea of happily ever after and shows that a lot of the time life sucks and there is no real reason for it and you just have to roll with the punches and get hurt and it’s okay because when it hurts to lose something, that something meant something to you.

Brain: And the gay couple

Me: Well, yes, they were a very nice touch

First listen of the morning and 24 hours after its debut, Sign of the Times is still an amazing song <3

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EDIT: HA! Fixed it,now Shiro has his scar :>

EDIT: I completely forgot his scar! I’ll fix it later. Time for bed

FMA AU where Shiro is the seventh prince of the Yao family thus is the older more responsible brother of Ling Yao,he also has an automail arm and had no idea that Ling now shares his body with Greed much to his horror.

Ling really respects Shiro and sees him as a rival of sorts thus fueling his drive to become Emperor of Xing before Shiro does.

No one said this was The Easylist

Clearly being a Blacklist fan requires time, effort and a vast suspension of reality plus a good nights sleep and a rewatch helps to remind you of the good that sometimes gets overshadowed by the bad. There was a lot of good here. No really there was and up to that one particular scene I was having a grand time. So here are some rambling thoughts…**spoilers**

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“… don’t forget. We’re family.”

anonymous asked:

Okay but that lil video really put into prospective how much broader Connor is than Troye?? I guess I've never noticed how significant it is?? As someone who as met both of them, can you confirm how much broader Connor is than the baby string bean??

this is very important to me. Broad Connor is important for when they’re sitting next to each other and Troye still insists on being the one to put his arm over Con’s shoulder (as shown many times in photos). Or for the fact that Connor would make a great big spoon but they definitely take turns. It also means that  Connor’s clothes are slightly too big for Troye, so he looks so smol and drowns in them when he steals Con’s clothes. The small difference in height and broadness is not to be underestimated

Basically I’m now personally convinced that the cast and Jackson were all sitting around chilling in the days after the premiere of An Unexpected Journey as the press started rolling in, and after some partying and having a few someone (I’m going to say Cumberbatch because he’s enough of a goof) suggested “Hey why don’t we pop over on Tumblr and check the tag and see what the screeching fangirl division of fandom has to say.”

And they promptly ran into all the freaking out about The Carrock Hug AKA the launch of the Good Ship Bagginshield.

And Freeman is sitting there with his head in his hands like, “Why is it always me, what did I do to deserve this?!”

Meanwhile Armitage is all “Yo, this is a valid interpretation! Peter, hey, buddy, think about it. You know you’re thinking about it.”

And Cumberbatch comes back with “You know, I’m pretty sure screeching fangirls sell a lot of DVDs. At least, it’s worked well for Sherlock.

And Jackson just gets this contemplative look like “You know… we did all that pick-up filming and I have this whole pile of new footage and we still have two more movies to cut together, I bet we could run somewhere with this," as Martin whimpers quietly in the corner and the Good Ship Bagginshield accepts Richard Armitage as its captain.