rory is sassy

headcanon that Mick Rory uses gallons of chapstick because he might love fire but he does not love the feeling of breaking his own lips open when he’s not even in the middle of a fight

headcanon that Mick Rory likes to use flavored chapstick when he’s in the mood for it just ‘cause he likes it

headcanon that Leonard Snart is that person who loses every single tube of chapstick he gets no matter how many times they’re shoved at him because he may be Very Intelligent and a Leader but ffs chapstick is not as important as the actual inventory okay an AK-47 does not just disappear—no, Lisa, it’s not the same as his losing fucking chapstick, that’s not even funny, THERE IS A GUN MISSING CAN WE FOCUS

(The Rogues were hiding the gun the same place he last put his 2038538th tube of chapstick)

MBTI in TV and Movies

Every character is from a unique show or movie.  Tons of great analyses of some of these characters (and many others) can be found at funkymbtifiction.

ISTJ- Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games)

Loyal, hardworking, courageous

ISFJ- Rory Gilmore (Gilmore Girls)

Kind, sassy, bright

INFJ- Liz Lemon (30 Rock)

Reflective, humorous, thoughtful

INTJ- Cristina Yang (Grey’s Anatomy)

Intelligent, determined, witty

ISTP- Wolverine (X-Men)

Mysterious, analytical, softie at heart

ISFP- Harry Potter (Harry Potter)

Genuine, introspective, heroic

INFP- Kimmy Schmidt (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt)

Sweet, creative, persistent 

INTP- Yoda (Star Wars)

Wise, unassuming, badass

ESTP- Tom Haverford (Parks and Recreation)

Clever, indulgent, hilarious 

ESFP- Mindy Lahiri (The Mindy Project)

Excitable, hysterical, fun

ENFP- Penny Hartz (Happy Endings)

Outgoing, scattered, authentic 

ENTP- Juno MacGuff (Juno)

Individual, droll, smart

ESTJ- Adam Braverman (Parenthood)

Practical, family-oriented, trustworthy

ESFJ- Alison Hendrix (Orphan Black)

Feisty, responsible, conscientious 

ENFJ- Uncle Iroh (Avatar: The Last Airbender)

Charismatic, warm, surprising 

ENTJ- Miranda Priestly (The Devil Wears Prada)

Sophisticated, commanding, original

anonymous asked:

May I request an Evan Peters character's preference? What does each character look for in an s/o personality wise?

Tate: Someone misunderstood, pensive, challenging, that’s a good listener, artistic

Kit: Someone kind, loyal, that is a dreamer, playful, nurturing

Kyle: Someone gentle, with a sense of humour, patient, understanding 

Jimmy: Someone funny, tough, honest, affectionate, open minded

James: Someone submissive with a dominating streak, charismatic, intelligent, obedient, classy 

Rory: Someone dorky, sassy, lovable, mischievous, free spirited

the-storyteller-writes  asked:

I just read the first chapter of the silence in the library arc, and it. Is. So. Exciting! Waiting with bated breath for the next chapter!

Originally posted by dailyskyfox

Thank you!!! Oh, I’m so excited about the changes to River Song/Melody Pond. Her personality hasn’t changed much–she’s still Amy and Rory’s sassy daughter, though maybe with a bit more of Rory than River has in canon. But her backstory is entirely different, and that makes her relationship with the Doctor and Rose fundamentally changed. She interacting with them on a very different level than River does with the Doctor in the episode, and I love it.

 story ref: Forever and Never Apart, ch 23

saviorofexistence-deactivated20  asked:

How do you feel about Clara Oswald? Some people love her, some people hate her, but I want to know what you think personally about the character.

Indifference, mostly. I’m still trying to work out what her CHARACTER is. Amy was flirtatious and a bit sassy. Rory was an average guy thrust into the world of the fantastic and doing what he could for the sake of the woman he loved. Donna was passionate and didn’t take any crap from anybody. Clara is… Clara. She’s clever sometimes, I guess, but mostly she’s just THERE. I feel she had more characterization in Asylum of the Daleks and the Snowmen than we have in her modern-day incarnation.