profile of evil

nct dream as tumblr blogs

this also ended up kinda like nct dream as tumblr mutuals but only a lil bit 


  • honestly he probably only made the blog to promote his tracks on soundcloud bye
  • he came for the promo, stayed for the memes
  • meme master 9000 ????

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anonymous asked:

So imagine if Newt made some of his scars into outlines for tattoos? Like a curve scar on his shoulder from when he first trained the swooping evil, became the contour line for the side profile of the swooping evil's spine. The nick on his wrist from when he first caught a wild niffler, he tattoos into a asian coin to help draw in the niffler he has.

Newt with these tattoos would be so pretty and badass. I wonder would these tattoos move? Someone draw this! I would but my drawing skills aren’t at that level yet to get those details. Also sorry this took me forever to answer anon ;-;

Also this would make a cool au. Like soulmate one for example 

anonymous asked:

I'm the anon who sent you the car scene ask. Thank you for your answer! You said what I feel and am not able to put into word I guess. I make an effort... I try so hard- but so hard -to understand Liz's side and her reasons and motivations but I just can't. Not for a while. Even throughout S2 when I thought she was screwing up I could understand what she was going through and struggling with but after the "on the run" plot I can't anymore. And it saddens me... 😢 She's an extraordinary woman.

Anon I’m glad you messaged back because I’ve been thinking of my rather harsh response to our Lizzy situation. It’s actually a difficult thing to discuss Elizabeth Keen the character because it rapidly devolves into a list of her flaws. Not really her flaws at all but rather how poorly she is written. Lizzy is a reflection of tptb’s image of her. How they see her as a person, her world and attitude towards it. How she interacts with others and reacts to events in her life. It’s painfully obvious they barely give her a thought. It’s also obvious there’s not much love for her from the writer’s room. Very sad tbh.

However she IS a great character. An FBI agent, profiler with an evil husband, mysterious past that includes an international criminal. I mean what the hell give me more of this! I was hooked from the first second. But they didn’t give us more of this as she was sidelined in s2 and got lost. So she has all the makings of a great character but we rarely get to see her have great moments. Tptb mostly write her as a wall flower, a trophy to be won, a watcher of her life instead of an active participant. Like they honestly don’t know what to do with her and I don’t get it. I’m not a writer but I started writing fic just to write Red and Lizzy and they’re fun as hell. I think she’s fabulous when she’s allowed to be. I think she’s strong but again if she’s allowed to show it. Her strength isn’t unkindness either. Something else tptb confuse imo. Anyway I told myself not to rattle on but I feel guilty when I give her shit because she gets so much already. In truth I really don’t like the on screen version but I definitely love the Lizzy as she could be. I only wish the writers would take back her story from Tom. It’s not his, it should always have been hers.

anonymous asked:

Mary had killed people in the past, she was an assassin. I'm tired of people saying she tried to kill Magnussen because she was an "innocent" woman who got blackmailed. Mary is evil, that's just fact.

Nah. Mary is an angel who shot the main character in chest and killed him (yes killed. Sherlock was clinically dead and from Mary’s face later, it was clear that she never expected him to live). And more importantly, which people forget, she threatened to complete the job. Definitely fits the profile of an angel. Evil Mary is a better and non-misogynistic storyline that redeemed Mary. But people are too stupid to understand that lol. And as you said, she being evil is not a theory. It’s just fact. The comments on that screenshot on my post was fun though. Real entertaining. Because made no sense.