relatable saying

everyone’s acting like kane adopted harper for the first time in 4x07 as if she and miller weren’t already his kids in s3 when they helped him spy on pike?? WAKEY WAKEY GUYS she’s been his daughter for A WHILE now :’)


Snape with a few hairdos, the manbun, the bowl cut, all the classics. 

Admin says:

Yesterday, lives were lost  and dozens more were wounded during a terrorist attack on Parliament in London, England.

I want to take this time to tell any of my English followers that they can message me at any time if they need someone to talk to. If any of you need someone to talk to about anything (this means anyone reading this post) message me. I will respond as soon as I can.

We all need to remember that there is a difference between fiction and reality. We all love RWBY and appreciate Tyrian as a character, but that does not mean we should violently harm anyone around us. People can get so consumed in something that it warps their mind, and I hope that none of you are becoming influenced by this blog to harm anyone, including yourself.

I hope that this blog will continue to spread some joy and social positivity throughout the RWBY community. 

But perhaps victory is in the simpler things that you’ve long forgotten. Things that require a smaller, more honest soul.“

Be kind, be honest, and rise above those who seek to divide and silence you. You are important, you are loved, and you matter to a great number of people, even if you cannot see that at the time. Do not let others bring you down to be used for their gain. You can be so much more if you set out on your own path, so keep moving forward.

anonymous asked:

Do you think if hope meets the twins Josie and lizzie they would get along? That they would be like Bonnie, Elena & Caroline friendship?

Tbh, I don’t think Bonnie/Elena/Caroline was a great friendship, it was very weak, and leant more towards one dynamic. So I would hope that they didn’t end up like that friendship.

That being said, yeah, I think theoretically they’d get along. Perhaps more because of Hope. I think that while her family is quite big, I’d imagine she might on some level feel almost alone. She’s one kid surrounded by a bunch of adults, and might not mind having others to relate to. Like say, Josie and Lizzie. 

Who’s situation is far more different than Hope’s. They like her are part of a world they don’t understand, but the school they go to aside, they also have each other. So I’d like to believe all three would get along. 

Do not allow him to consume you. If he does not call, go to sleep. If he does not message, put your phone away and have a fantastic day anyway. If he acts distant when you are with him and refuses to tell you what is wrong, don’t wait for him, go home and do something you love. If he tries to insinuate you do not need your friends now that you have him, spend more time with your friends. If he tries to teach you a lesson through the silent treatment, ignore him completely.

If he plays with your feelings constantly, walk away from him. If he acts like your body is his entitlement when you are not ready, walk away from him. If he says terrible, unforgivable things and threatens to leave you after every argument, walk away from him. If he forbids you from doing anything you love, walk away from him. If he claims ownership of your accomplishments, walk away from him. If he demeans you or disrespects your being a girl and refuses to stop when you tell him it hurts, walk away from him.

I cannot stress this enough, you live for yourself first. He is a secondary character in the story of your life. Do not allow him to turn you into a secondary character in your own book.

—  Nikita Gill, Advice for Teenage Girls Finding Their Way Through Love.
  • MC: Why is your back all scratched up?
  • Saeyoung: [Flashbacks to when he and Yoosung drunk-chased a stray cat after MC told them a hundred times not to]
  • Saeyoung: I'm having an affair.

And to anyone for whom this is hitting close to home, I love you and I’m thinking of you.

If someone is constantly getting offended and misunderstanding your words, rather than looking at the actions where you are proving how much you care about them, then maybe the problem is not you. Maybe the problem is that they are not worthy of accepting a love as graceful as yours.
—  Nikita Gill