risky love

80′s Movies You Need To Watch

Sharing some of the Movies I love the most from the 80’s, Here goes:

E.T. (1982)


Fast Times At Ridgemont High (1982)


Risky Business (1983)


Sixteen Candles (1984)


Teen Wolf (1985)


The Breakfast Club (1985)


Weird Science (1985)

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)


Stand By Me (1986)


Can’t Buy Me Love (1987)


Heathers (1989)


Say Anything (1989)


It’s risky, falling in love.“

"I know that,” I answered. “I’ve been in love before. It’s like a narcotic. At first it brings the euphoria of complete surrender. The next day, you want more. You’re not addicted yet, but you like the sensation, and you think you can still control things. You think about the person you love for two minutes, and forget them for three hours.

"But then you get used to that person, and you begin to be completely dependent on them. Now you think about him for three hours and forget him for two minutes. If he’s not there, you feel like an addict who can’t get a fix. And just as addicts steal and humiliate themselves to get what they need, you’re willing to do anything for love.

—  Paulo Coelho, By the River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept: A Novel of Forgiveness
Shiro has gluten allergies.
  • Paladins: * at a donut shop *
  • Lance: I'll take this chocolate one and that sprinkled one.
  • Pidge: * nudges lance * make sure to get jelly filled.
  • Hunk: * pokes lance * make sure to ask for glazed, too.
  • Lance: Did you hear that, pretty lady? * winks and tooth shine *
  • Cashier: * blush * Yeap! Sure did!.
  • Keith: * looks at Shiro * Hey Shiro. You okay..?
  • Shiro: Yeah.. Its just..
  • Keith: * cocks his head *
  • Shiro: I'm... Allergic.
  • Keith: You're allergic to donuts?
  • Shiro: I'm allergic to flour.. I didn't want to soil your fun here because of my allergies... So.. I didn't say anything.
  • Keith: Shiro.. You should tell us if you're allergic or not..
  • Shiro: I know.. I'm sorry..
  • Keith: Stop apologizing! You did nothing wrong.
  • Shiro: I know.. * fights back the "I'm sorry*
  • Keith: * spots a rice crispie near the cash register * hey.. Can you eat that?
  • Shiro: What? * looks at the rice crispie * Oh... Umm.. Yes.. * fighting back his excitement *
  • Keith: Ill get you that.
  • Shiro: You dont have to...
  • Keith: * goes to buy it *
  • Shiro: He is so sweet.. * smiles *

anyway i love sirius black like he has just escaped 12 years imprisonment + one of the first things he does is drop MAJOR money on a world-class professional level broomstick to anonymously send a 13 year old he is so risky + ridiculous i love him 

5 Outlander Characters That Hate A September Premiere More Than You Do

Because this popped into my head and I won’t be doing any more pieces for Scotland Now/The Daily Record till September, when, for all we know, we might all be in the depths of a nuclear winter and I might not have access to Tumblr. Or fingers.

Slight book spoilers, but nothing beyond what’s already in the press. Read on at your own peril.

1. Frank Randall. This poor bastard is likely the only character that wishes the premiere was two weeks after never. He finally convinced Claire to give it a go for old times’ sake, moved across the ocean, is fathering a child that isn’t his, all in the hope that he can recapture the past.  The inevitable breakdown of his hope and rise of his IDGAF-ness will be both tragic and riveting. I both dread it and also CAN’T WAIT.

2. Bree Randall. Not only does she have to listen to Claire constantly justify herself by describing how SCORCHING the sex was with her bio-dad, the revelation that Jamie is alive (past alive, currently dead, it’s very timey-wimey), means that Bree will now also have to shoulder the burden of making herself a 20th-century orphan x3 vs. leaving human baby chinchilla and potential bae (Roger) behind before they even hit first base. Either way, someone’s getting c*ckblocked.

3. Roger Wakefield. There are a lot of dangerous things that happen in the Outlander-verse, but none is as guaranteed to be risky as falling in love with a Fraser. Much like Moses parting the Red Sea, loving a Fraser requires brass balls, excellent hair, and divine intervention. From the moment Roger spied Bree across a room, he hitched his wagon to Satan’s ponies, and it’s only a matter of time before he joins mom-in-law Claire on the dark side. Ain’t nothing like a Randall woman to make a Mackenzie boy lose his gotdamb mind.

4. Claire Fraser-cum-Randall. Claire is not here for a lot of things, and now those things include the Bonnie Prince Charlie, traditional gender roles and the 20th century. We get the sense at the end of S2 that the Randall marriage was unhappy–and we’ll get to see that progression happen–but we’ll also see the pain and loneliness that Claire hides from everyone else, and her despair at never seeing Jamie again. Now that she knows he is alive, she’s pointed herself right at him like a bouffant-y, sexually frustrated arrow, but the man she is going back to won’t be the one she left behind.

5. James Alexander Malcolm Mackenzie Fraser. Jamie finished up S2 by giving up his wife and child after agreeing to betray his King, killing his uncle and heading off to die in war. You wouldn’t think things could get worse for our Scottish Aslan, but you would be SO WRONG. War. Prison. NO KILTS. Not only does he get to live in constant ignorance of what happened to his family, but that bod is like a Ferrari that only gets driven to oil changes and that is a crying shame. Basically, underneath Jamie’s lagoon of sadness lives a subterranean village of suck, and he has barely set foot on what will be an island cave filled wall-to-wall with WTF.   

“I [...] want to live the most vividly decorated temporary life that I can. I don’t just mean physically; I mean emotionally, spiritually, intellectually. I don’t want to be afraid of  bright colors, or new sounds, or big love, or risky decisions, or strange experiences, or weird endeavors, or sudden changes, or even failure.”

— Elizabeth Gilbert, Bic Magic

When I figure out what it is that frightens me, I shall also know what I love here. Fear has always guided me toward what I desire. And because I desire, I fear. Often it was fear that took me by the hand and led me. Fear leads me to danger. And everything I love is risky.
—  Clarice Lispector, from Complete Stories; “Brasília”
Fandom Double Standards

There’s a disturbing trend I’m noticing in fandom nowadays. Now, obviously, there’s exceptions to what I’m about to talk about (there are those who don’t fall into this behavior, of course), but I’d say it’s a problem with the majority.

The majority of fandom has made what qualifies content as good or bad into extremely summarized ideas and often ignores the big picture.

Say there’s a fic that deals with a ship that would likely include abuse.

“BAD, WHAT’S WRONG WITH THAT CREATOR? HOW DARE THEY?”
“Okay, but in the fic they deal with these abusive behaviors and call them out and they-”
“NO. THAT SHIP IS ABUSIVE. YOU APPROVE OF ABUSE. YOU NEED TO STOP.”

Yet the same people will look at a fic that involves a ship that is overall supported and considered healthy while the fic itself includes abuse.

“OH MY GOD, WHAT IS GONNA HAPPEN? WHEN ARE THEY GONNA FIGURE OUT THEY LOVE EACH OTHER ALREADY?”
“But this character has treated the other terribly so far and they aren’t approaching any of this in a healthy mann-”
“BUT TRUE LOVE CAN FIX IT, WHAT’S WRONG WITH YOU? YOU JUST WANT TO MAKE IT ABUSIVE AND CAUSE TROUBLE. YOU NEED TO STOP.”

It happens over and over again.

Enemies-to-lovers ship: ABUSE! BAD!
Commonly accepted ship in an enemies-to-lovers AU: OMG ITS SO HOT

Age gap ship: PEDOPHILIA! BAD!
Commonly accepted ship in an age gap AU: AHHH I LOVE IT! MORE!

Student/Teacher ship: UNHEALTHY POWER DYNAMIC! BAD!
Commonly accepted ship in a Student/Teacher AU: AHHH SO HOT AND RISKY! I LOVE IT!

etc, etc.

Essentially, fandom is starting to learn there are some unhealthy things out there (which is good, don’t get me wrong, I hope we all grow wise enough to realize things like 50 Shades is unhealthy before they can get the chance to be popular enough to spread the wrong message like the generations before), but they simplify it to buzz words and essentially judging a book by its cover. If the idea of a character or ship is considered an unhealthy thing, they attach those unhealthy buzzwords to them and often ignore if that unhealthiness is acknowledged and dealt with appropriately. While at the same time, they’ll see a character or ship that has no unhealthy ideas attached to them and will go about their fics/art/vids/etc oblivious to the abusive behaviors that could be in them and not acknowledged properly because they think this character/ship can do no wrong.

And then many will go so far as to outcast or bully those who like the things with unhealthy buzzwords attached regardless of how they may go about it while turning around and glorifying creations that are far more abusive than anything those people may like.

It’s like making one step in the right direction but also taking ten steps back.

And this double standard drives me absolutely bonkers.

No Happy Endings | Wonho [M]

Originally posted by wonhontology


Warnings: Strong language and implications of sex.

word count: 3,718

“Hey, what ya’ reading today?” The librarian asks with a smile.

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The more I see those “love is love” memes, the angrier I get.

First of all:

If you’ve never been afraid to hold hands in public, don’t you fucking dare tell me that our love is the same.

At the same time:

You support love? Bully for you. But guess fucking what? Love isn’t in danger. No one is murdering love in its places of refuge. As @superstarellecollins pointed out yesterday, homophobia isn’t just or even mostly about whom you love. It’s about gender norms: the way you walk and dress, the way you talk and look. And when you’re looking at the margins from the center, professing your love for love is significantly easier and less socially risky than professing love for people who break those rules.

And that’s what makes your allyhood cowardly half-assed bullshit. If you’re going to be an ally, be an ally to the people, not just the attractive abstract concept. Put your money where your mouth is. Don’t just love love. Love nonconforming queers who dare to walk alone as themselves in public.

Love people it’s dangerous to love. Stand in solidarity with those of us who don’t have the option of retreating to the comfort of platitudes. Love queens & bulldykes & trans people who don’t pass. Don’t buy into the HRC love-looks-the-same-for-everyone gentrified queerness. It doesn’t. It shouldn’t have to.

Love doesn’t need you to defend it. Love will be okay. But we are human and real. We are vulnerable and terribly, terrifyingly fragile. Don’t love love. Love us; because your love is the only thing that has a chance in hell of keeping us alive.

you caught me || scott mccall

word count: 1479

warnings: very cute scott mccall

prompt: none

author’s note: you may have seen this before, i promise this is my imagine. my blog was deleted and so i’m reposting it on here! enjoy this imagine!

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