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got a couple lifehacks for y'all
step one: straighten your hair within an inch of its life so it’s shiny and people think you take care of it
step two: overuse your highlighter so your skin is glowing even tho you haven’t had a sip of water since 1993 and you have leathery mummy skin
step three: wear a harvard sweatshirt so people will listen to you and think you have something important to say when you’re really just talking about hannibal burress

y'all awful and boring whites who have been spoilt rotten with good rep and writers who actually give a shit about them: stop saying good things about bellamy hes not atlas hes just trying his best like every other character even though he’s the only one who canonically has to redeem himself and whose past mistakes are literally up brought up every episode by other characters who have recieved much better narrative treatment from the writers and are already worshipped by the fandom!!! Hes more interesting when the writers AND fandom shit on him :))))
me, an intellectual: bellamy blake has literally never done anything wrong in his life and he has not one flaw also he is atlas reincarnated and an angel i luv bellamy jesus martyr blake!

Does anyone else think they’re okay sometimes and then they take a moment where they look at the life they’re living and the stuff they’re putting up with and then realise that it’s not normal or okay at all and then get so scared you repress it all again, or is that just me? 

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closer and separated versions of my Karolina Dean  Avengers Academy rank progression designs! the other one was uploaded pretty hastily and it was sort of hard to see everything

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anonymous asked:

So did Ouma enjoy telling lies? I remember reading one of your older metas saying that lying wasn't something he necessarily enjoyed, but him doing it as often as he did made me sorta think otherwise? Also could you go into detail about "gentle lies"?

I’ve been getting quite a lot of questions about this particular subject later, so I thought I might answer them altogether like this!

The short answer to “did Ouma enjoy lying” is—well, yes and no. The long answer is a bit more complex, because it all depends on what kind of lies, who he’s lying to, and his own desire to construct and maintain a very carefully crafted façade so that no one would ever get close to him or figure out “the real him.”

One way to put it might be that Ouma very much liked the idea of lying, as long as it was used the right way, for the right purposes. He’s very much a prankster at heart, and like any good prankster, he’s pretty open about enjoying deception in the small scale. Tricks, jokes, pranks—all of these things when done right are relatively harmless and they’re all various forms of lies. And most importantly, from Ouma’s perspective, they’re all fun.

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