scene but why on earth

tbh i don’t get all the hate with tg:re 125??

People are going ‘omg ishida disappointed me’ ‘omg this is such a bad writing’ ‘tg is shit now’ ‘this chapter is a waste its not important at all’ etc etc 

Are people actually treating this chapter as just a perverted hentai ‘fanservice’ chapter with no meaning? At this point I cant even tell if they’re trolling or serious

If you have been reading tokyo ghoul, you should realize that ishida puts every chapter, scene and dialogues with meaning. So do you actually think that an ishida would spend AN ENTIRE FLIPPIN CHAPTER of kaniki’s and touka’s sexual intercourse with NO MEANING AT ALL? Like come on lol did you guys not see kaneki’s tears or the last scene? or have you guys given ANY THOUGHTS on why on earth there’s a picture of a butterfly in the first page?

there are a lot of times in films/novels where sexual intercourse is often used to symbolize comfort, warmth, and/or closeness of a relationship between 2 characters.

in my view this is some important process for kaneki’s development. Kaneki used to feel lonely and suicidal and all, and through arima he wanted to live again but it was more due to a sense of duty. Although he wanted to live, he had nothing to grasp on to make that feeling come alive. 

But through this chapter, he gained it through touka. He feels wanted and doesn’t feel lonely, as shown through the last panel of this chapter, where he is looking like a child sleeping on his mother’s laps, feeling warm and comfortable for once. This panel is all the more obvious if you see ishida’s older painting of kaneki in the same exact pose, except there’s no touka. You can tell when he cries. He’s never felt such emotions before other than tragedy and despair. The feeling of being loved by somebody else - especially from someone that he cares so much about, was something that he deeply longed for. 

And some people are acting as if the series has been butchered or it turned into some shit writing lmao 

Really?

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Today on “Would You Rather” with the Borgia siblings

Would you rather: 

a) do a socially acceptable Eskimo-kiss and let the tailor standing awkwardly behind you think you’re not that weird

b) do a passionate, totally non-platonic French kiss and let the tailor continue working on your clothes because #multitasking

12x10 - “Pterodactyl Screeching into the void” - Part 1

My title is borrowed from @postmodernmulticoloredcloak comment on my crazy blogging after first watching this episode earlier. I feel like it is a fitting title for how this episode made me feel. To clarify, these are very very happy pterodactyls.

Steve Yokey wrote this episode and he appears to have well and truly taken up the gap left when Robbie Thompson sadly left the show. In fact this episode to me channels the ghost of Robbie in many different ways. From the fanfiction-esque moments of poor suffering third wheel Sam, to the meta nod to Charlie Bradbury, there is much of Robbie to be found here. Basically, it was bloody perfect.

I feel like there is so much to talk about in this episode that fandom will be chewing on it for months if not years to come. Yokey has picked up the characterisations brilliantly, and seems to have an understanding of what the fandom desperately craves in terms of Castiel, his character, his personality and his development. I adored his sass in this episode. Some other writers *cough*bucklemming*cough* struggle to really capture Castiel’s sass and humour. Showing their lack of understanding of Castiel’s persona and his intelligence and instead writing him in a way that is jarring and sometimes basically stupid. Castiel is far from stupid. In this episode he was written perfectly, in a way I haven’t seen since Edlund’s time. Is that a sweeping statement? Maybe. But I’m still riding my high so let me have it this time.

This episode gave us three of my favourite things. Badass and Sassy Castiel, Overprotective grumpy husband Dean, and poor long suffering brother Sam. (baring in mind this is how they are usually written in fanfiction nowadays this is exactly my jam and I am so so happy to see it play out on screen. Seriously who sold their soul to Crowley for this episode?)

This review will also be in two parts. Because I have so freaking much to say about it.

The first part will focus on destiel, the second on everything else including Castiel’s emotional arc (as separate from destiel), his relationships with angels, angels and gender and Lily Sunder’s character.

PART 1 - ALL THE DESTIEL

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I know everyone is entitled to their own opinion and I honestly respect that however I do have my own opinion on the apparent ‘lack of chemistry’.

1. Were we even watching the same show? I mean, their chemistry is off the charts compared to a lot of actors I’ve seen in the past.

2. In the last scene it’s clear just how nervous Waverly is. It’s not only their first time but Waverly’s first time in general with a woman. Who wouldn’t be nervous in that situation? I honestly believe that is exactly how Dom intended to play her.

3. After getting a scene like that, why on earth are there people complaining? When do we ever get realistic representation like that? And the fact it’s only rated a 7/10 means I’m going to be dead when we get to the 10/10 episode.

Again, this is just my opinion and I’m sure everyone has their own on the matter at hand. However, I do personally believe Dom and Kat did a fantastic job! Bravo 👏

anonymous asked:

But what if Yousef really isn't interested in Sana the way we want him to be?

Yeah, there’s always that possibility but like…isn’t he though?

I mean let’s do a little yousana recap:

Episode one: Sana enters the living room and Yousef looks at her directly and smiles. Like sure the rest of the guys notice her too but the camera really focus on Yousef. Then at the train, Yousef notices that Sana is alone and goes to her and he looks at her for like a minute and smiles at her like come on!!!

Episode two: I feel it coming clip, he’s so so embarrassed that his crush has caught him dancing. Okay I’ll accept that he would probably be embarrassed if any girl had caught him but like his reacton was so pure! Then we have the meme message, that boy made a meme (because he made it, don’t believe for a second that he found it on the net) to make Sana feel better and said: Fuck hater you go girl! COME ON!!

Episode three: THE CARROT SCENE!!!! Yousef freaking Acar looked at Sana and smiled at her from the living room, waited for her mom to leave, entered the kitchen, walked by Sana so close to her like the extra boy he is when he had a lot of space, took his drink, looked at her, smiled, taught her how to peel a carrot while talking about kids, gave her hearteyes and smiles and everything and then he freaking forgot his drink when Elias came in, why? because that boy wasn’t there for the drink. Nope. Then the texts, alt for deg girl…I’ll repeat it ALT FOR DEG GIRL!!! he offered to sell his kidneys, if that’s not love then I don’t know what it is! And THEN he took the blame for her with the vodka bottle and sent her a heart emoji! COME ON!!!!

Episode four: That boy sent her a text and when she didn’t answer he double texted her to get her attention. He called her from his phone (Why didn’t you just called from Elias phone Yousef? huh? huh? huh? yupp) and walked her home, but he didn’t only walked her home, he teased her with the ball first because he knew she was worried about her brother, he played basketball being the dork he is, they had a heart to heart conversation about religion where he listened to her and she listened to him, he gave him flowers, Yousef “alt for deg girl” Acar gave Sana “actual sunshine” Bakkoush FLOWERS. Then he finally walked her home and stared at each others eyes and smiled for like what? two minutes? AND he forgot what he was going to say ‘cause he was lost in her like COME ON!!!!

I’m not going to mention episode 5 ‘cause that episode doesn’t exist for me but just a comment: Elias supported Sana liking Yousef, Elias is Yousef’s best friend, do you think he would do that if he didn’t know Yousef likes Sana??

Episode six: Yousef enters the kitchen, Sana doesn’t look at him and that boy spends the whole freaking clip looking at her, he doesn’t care that her parents are there, he doesn’t care that her brother is there, he doesn’t care about anything all he wants is to try and make Sana look at him because he know he’s fucked up, he knows what he’s done and he wants Sana to just look at him so he can explain. Also, HE LOOK AT HER WHILE EATING THE CARROT, I MEAN COOOOME OOOOON!!!!

Episode seven: the basketball scene!!! If he didn’t like Sana, if he was with Noora, why on earth would he waste his time making Sana smile? Like he went there, saw that she wasn’t feeling okay, tried to cheer her up and when Sana rejected him he tried again. It was the first time Sana smiled in three weeks, that has to mean something. AND we have Elias warning him because she’s hellish, like why would you warn him Elias? maybe because you know they’re endgame? COME ON!!!!


So, yupp, basically I don’t see how Yousef wouldn’t like Sana. Like okay, I can accept the argument that since we’re seeing things from Sana’s point of view we are seeing what she wants to see and maybe the looks of yousef aren’t like that  but the texts? THOSE ARE FACTS, the heart emoji? THAT’S A FACT him giving her flowers? THAT’S A FACT and the looks he gave her in the kitchen on epiosde six? she wasn’t even looking at him, THAT’S A FACT


Wow, I’m so sorry I got waaay to excited about this haha 

But like, basically I can’t accept that Yousef doesn’t have feelings for Sana ‘cause why wast sooooo much time on bulding them up if it was all in Sana’s head? NOPE

Sorry for the long answer!

Ummm guys… at the very end where Kara is cry-flying… she aims herself straight up and zooms upwards… IS SHE FLYING TO SPACE TO LOOK FOR MON-EL!?!?

I’m thinking no, the vibes I got before that were that she would be a solemn, dedicated hero for NC in his absence, that cat helped her remember her duty and she might guard her heart to love now but she will be all-in as champion of Earth.

…but that last scene. Watch it again. Why is she shooting straight up at space???

Vixx Conception Theory (Hades)

Okay but what if Hyuk is actually Hermes? Hermes is known as the god of boundaries and transitions, the messenger of the gods, and the patron of thieves. All the papers around him in the teaser could symbolize all the messages that Hermes delivers. But how would it tie into Hades?

A lot of people are speculating that Hades will have to do with the myth of Persephone. In Greek myth, Persephone is the daughter of Demeter (goddess of harvest) and is known as a maiden. In the myth of Hades and Persephone, Hades kidnaps Persephone (corruption?possession?) so that she can be the Queen of the Underworld. Once she was kidnapped, Demeter goes to Helios and asks him who it was who took her daughter. He tells her that it was Hades, and Demeter gets mad, leaves Olympus, and earth falls into a state of poverty because she takes away its harvest. When the Gods can’t get Demeter back, Zeus decides to direct Hades. But who does he send to get Persephone back? Hermes, the only god who can freely go to and from the underworld. Hermes takes Persephone back to her mother, and reunites them.

So how does this tie into Hades? The myth doesn’t end there. Persephone actually has to go back to the underworld and be Hades’ wife. Why? If you are in the underworld, you are not allowed to eat anything there. If you do, you can’t leave. Persephone actually eats pomegranate seeds from Hades’ garden. Once Hades found out, he came back for her. However, him and Demeter came up with a compromise: Persephone would spend half the year with her mother and half the year in the underworld with Hades. Thats why the seasons exist; when Demeter is with her daughter she is happy (spring, summer, harvest), when her daughter is with Hades, she is lonely (fall, winter, no harvest). 

Consider this. 

In the teaser, the scene goes from dark to light. And then Ravi is seen looking up to the light with his hand in front of his face. 

The Hades comeback is set to be happening around the end of the month (August 31?). The same time Persephone would be going back to Hades in the myth. Did Hades (Ravi) actually love Persephone? Is that why the underworld was bleak (first pic) and now that Persephone is coming back there’s light again (second pic)? 

Note: He’s also looking up in all the scenes. Why? Because Persephone is on earth with her mother, which is above the underworld. 

So what about Hyuk? Hermes was the one who took Persephone away from Hades. Hermes was the one who could travel freely to the underworld. This would also go along with the conflict between N and Leo in Dynamite. Hermes is also the patron of thieves. Did he steal Persephone from Hades?

To go even further, Hermes is also considered to be the protector and patron of literature and poetry: 

Note: In front of him is light and behind him is darkness. Does that symbolize Hermes’ ability to travel between both the underworld and the human world? Does that also symbolize how Hermes is the god of transition? 

But look at the teaser. Did anyone pick up on this?

There’s a second shadow. You see Hyuks shadow reading a letter? and than theres a second one. Plus Hyuk looks away from the letter to look in the direction of the person. It seems that they were standing in the doorway, letting light into the room. 

To go further.

Here you can see Hyuk looking burdened, as if he doesn’t know what to do. You can also see his shadow in the background with the letter, that must mean that this had to happen after “the door” was opened. But by whom?

Was it Zeus? Was Hermes reading a message from Zeus to get Persephone back and he comes to tell him in person? Is that why he is looking down? After seeing Zeus in the doorway (first pic) he looks away (second pic) realizing what he has to do? 

Or is it maybe Hades? What if he was just reading a message when Hades comes to visit? Is that why he looks away? Is he scared because he took Persephone away from Hades? 

Who knows?

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When I first saw this scene, I was very confused as to why on Earth there was suddenly an implied romance between Claude and Hannah. Especially when she had every reason to hate him.

After thinking over it, I think this final scene begins to make a little more sense. And I think it has some interesting implications for demons and what happens when they consume souls - so! Bear with me? C: 

Hannah mentions that a soul is “utterly obliterated” by the demon sword, there is “no hope” for it - so therefore Claude should have been wiped out of existence entirely. There was nothing left for him to go to ‘nirvana’ or 'heaven’ or wherever it is Hannah and Luka and Alois are supposedly going. 

Furthermore, prior to this scene, Hannah never mentions Claude coming with them to Alois - she only mentions that he and Luka can be reunited. 

So, I theorize that a demon’s behavior is directly influenced by the souls they have consumed. This would explain Hannah's obsession with Alois, Luka within her compelling her towards him. It would also explain this scene - as she had just consumed Alois moments ago, who clearly expresses distress when Claude had been stabbed (implying that he still loved him.) It makes sense that Alois would want a place in heaven for Claude to be alongside him, and it makes sense that he would compel Hannah to love him in an overtly romantic way. 

Alois both imagines them all as a family, and transposes himself onto Hannah - loving Claude in the same way he did. 

Demons seem to find independent, strong-willed souls particularly alluring. Aren’t these the exact traits they would want for themselves? Resolve enough to complete vengeance, passionate but controlled - capable beyond even needing a demons help - all good traits, if you’re a predator. 

It becomes easier to see why Claude would want to reject Alois’ soul, particularly after Alois had become so shatteringly dependent on him due to his love for him. Demons are not meant to love - look what it does to Hannah. Demons are not meant to cling to each others legs and beg each other not to go. Demons are not meant to live aware of their traumas, constantly being eaten alive by them. They must purge such things - possibly by consuming 'strong’ souls. 

That’s my theory, anyway. C: 

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Imagine 66

Title: Same Love

Word Count: 1400

Warnings: Swearing

Request: Can you write an imagine sent in a au where Mary is alive And Dean comes out? Destiel if you will!

A/N: Heere it is, hopefully you like it! It’s really late and I hope it all makes sense.

Dean’s hands were sweaty; his breath was hitching in anxiety as he sat in front of his awaiting parents.

“Dean, what is it?” His mum whispered, getting up from her seat beside her husband so that she could stand in front of her overly nervous son. “What’s the matter baby?”

“I have to tell y’all something. It’s big” He said in a voice barely above a whisper. “It’s real big”

“Whatever it is…” Mary said, clasping Dean’s hand in hers, giving it a reassuring squeeze. “We will get through together. Okay?”

“What is it, buddy?” John asked, concern lingering in his eyes for his eldest son. “What’s going on?”

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...hmm.

Ok, so, Freddy has this giant arrow set up, when abruptly…

…the huge rubber band randomly ceases existing for a frame.

(This copy of the video doesn’t show it perfectly, but you can see it better in this old post if you don’t believe me)

However, shortly after, I started thinking about the scene big-picture.

…and questioned why on earth they have a 20-foot rubber band, giant arrow flights, and rock-carving tools just lying around in the Mystery Machine.

Edited, complete theory Spencer's Twin/Mary/Alice Drake

I have read a couple of very nice theories on here the last few days. 
There were four that stood out to me and I support and on which I’d like to base my little theorie (if one of them is yours, please, tell me so I can credit you)

1. Spencer has a twin
2. Mary is Spencer’s birth mother
3. There are triplets, based on the story about the two girls (Mary and Alice): Mary Drake, Jessica DiLaurentis, Alice Drake (AD)
4. Jessica and Mary can be compared to Alison and Courtney in the books @aliarstheorypll

Now for my thinking:
Spencer does indeed have a twin and Mary is their birth mother. Now, I don’t think there are triplets but I do think there is an Alice Drake.

I think that Jessica and Mary are Alison and Courtney in the books. In this case Jessica is Alison (the crazy one) and Mary is Courtney (the one that was initially admitted to Radley because of her sister).
Like Mary said: ‘I was born first, she was born jealous.’

Hear me out.

When Mary give birth to the twins (fathered by Peter Hastings), one stayed with Peter and received his last name and the other initially stayed with Mary and therefore received her last name, Drake.

What happened to her in the course of her life, we don’t know but it can not be pretty.
*Scroll down to the end of this post to read my thoughts on Peter, Mary and Jessica.

*Peter, Jessica and Mary:

This is gonna be crazy, so sit tight. Even I think this is far-fetched and I don’t necessary believe this will be the case but it might.

If Peter had an affair with both Jessica and Mary (he would have to according to my theory) this would mean that these affairs happened in the same time frame. Even for these fucked up families, I think that is hard to believe.

I do indeed think he slept with both sisters but I don’t think he knows he did.

I think his intention was to be having an affair with Mary, not Jessica. They might even have really loved each other but didn’t get into a relationship because Mary got admitted to Radley (we all know that image is important in Rosewood).

Like I said in the beginning of this post, Jessica was jealous and therefore pretended to be Mary and slept with Peter.

In this way it makes sense that he slept with both sister in the same period of time.

Who killed Jessica?

Because of this I think either Peter or Mary did, to get their revenge.

This twin of Spencer’s is named Alice Drake and she is A.D., maybe even Uber A.
Her motive? ‘One was born jealous.’

The course of Alice’s life hasn’t been easy by far and she has grown jealous of Spencer, who has lead the perfect life according to her.

What makes me think Spencer has a twin/is mothered by Mary?

- Spencer looks way more like Mary than Veronica. I think Melissa is Veronica’s kid, Melissa looks more like Veronica.

- In earlier seasons, Veronica Hastings tells Spencer something along the lines of ‘we never knew if it would be you or your evil twin coming down for breakfast.’ I think Spencer having a twin has been alluded to throughout several seasons and explains why Spencer cannot remember some of the bad things she has done/been accused of doing. (Thanks to @diggingupbones)

- The caffeine and the language things have been mentioned very specifically for Spencer throughout all the seasons. Now, in 7x01 they have been associated with Mary very clearly as well, especially in the scene between the two. Technically nothing happened in this scene except for clues that Mary is her mother. If she is not, why bother to make this scene?

- 'You and your sister look so much alike, almost like twins.’ Mary says while looking at a picture of Spencer and Melissa. She does not mention Melissa’s name in this line so I think she wasn’t talking about Melissa but Spencer’s twin, her own child, so she would know. I think her looking at the picture was done to throw us off.

Remember this the scene in a previous season where 'Jessica’ is standing in Spencer’s room and staring at her?

I think this was Mary, not Jessica. The facial expression is so Mary-like. Why on earth would Jessica do this?

- The scene with Spencer and the creepy dancing girl in Radley.
We never really found out the relevance of this scene. Let alone why this scene was with Spencer? The dancing girl could be Alice and the scene would be based on their twin connection. I wouldn’t be surprised if Alice herself went to Radley, or spent time there as a child because her mother was in there and she had nowhere else to go.

- Mary seemed to feel a little too comfortable drinking tea with Spencer.

- Spencer kept on asking a lot of question about Mary’s connection to the Hastings and was very persistent. Instead of asking questions about Charlotte only she asked a lot about her parents, why? You would think she wanted to find out about the Mary-Charlotte history and not the one with Peter and/or Veronica. She could be already suspecting something.

Now let’s continue…

The ‘Spencer’ that Hanna saw, is Alice, A.D., the one who captured her and wants to know who killed Charlotte, her sister. 
She sang 'Hush little baby’ to Hanna. Where would she have heard this before? Yes, she heard Mona sing it in the dollhouse.

Hear this:

I think that Alice and Charlotte have been working together and built the dollhouse. Remember how the masked person in the dollhouse seemed familiar to Spencer? Yes indeed, I think this was Alice, Spencer’s twin. You often hear twins have special connections, even though they have hardly/never spent time together.

Why do I think it was Alice talking to Hanna?

- The obvious reason that this 'Spencer’ did not have her current hair. Yes, it might be Hanna’s memory from Spencer like she was years ago BUT this Spencer mentioned A.D. And Hanna doesn’t know this name/reference for this new 'A’ person.

- This 'Spencer’ seemed to be very confused to realize that Hanna really didn’t know who killed Charlotte. She must have really thought they knew or had something to do with it (which is reasonable since the girls were terrorized by Charlotte). Real Spencer or hallucination Spencer would never be confused about this because she knows they don’t know who did it.

- But then the question arises: why did Alice/A.D. help Hanna escape? This could be just for the simple reason to keep her secret and make Hanna believe that it was really a dream about real Spencer. Hanna wasn’t useful anymore anyway. If A.D./Alice is working with Mary, she might have known that Hanna would be 'caught’ again by Mary. From the promo we don’t know if Mary actually takes Hanna back home or back to the barn or wherever. From the three girls digging scene we can assume that Hanna is not safely back home yet and it sounds like their plan to safe her didn’t go so well.

Who was Spencer texting?

I don’t really know but I have two options:

1. She knows about Alice and texted her about Hannah. I that case she does know that Alice is A.D. (Spencer would definitely be able to put two and two together and realize that A.D. could be Alice Drake) but doesn’t tell the rest for some reason.

2. The text was NOT about Hannah being alive it was about ALICE. Spencer knows about her twin and is trying to find out whether SHE is still alive and therefore if she could possibly be A.D. Spencer’s friends don’t know about this possible twin and I think it is quite Spencer-like to not tell them until she knows everything for sure.

considering how tropey this whole plotline has been so far, I don’t think it’s too much to ask for a scene of Ed angrily demanding that Oswald tell him WHY ON EARTH he murdered Isabella because Os keeps refusing to give him a straight answer, and Ed continues yelling until a tearful and clearly wrung-out Oswald finally shouts, “I DID IT BECAUSE I LOVE YOU!!!” followed by him dramatically clapping his hand over his mouth as Ed stares at him, mouth hanging open and eyes wide, and we can literally see Ed’s gaze flicker all over Oswald as the pieces start to fall into place in his head and of course, of course, how could he have have been so blind

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This is how you know Kinshiro never really wanted world domination. Yeah, I know this is not the only way you can tell. Akoya and Arima are talking about how their plan failed, and he’s looking at the stars. All he ever truly wanted was his At-chan back.

Things I Love About LoK

Goal: Write 1 thought every day re: why I love The Legend of Korra until I finish rewatching the series.  

#125: Mako and Bolin reunite with their family in “The Earth Queen.”

I love that the Krew’s journey to the Earth Kingdom gives us time to explore Bolin and Mako’s family and history.  I loved Book 1, but the lack of filler meant we weren’t able to delve into their past on the streets, which defines their characters in so many ways.  Book 3 gives us a welcome look at Bolin and Mako’s past – without resort to flashbacks.

I love the fruit stand scene, where Bolin tries to convince Mako to “hustle up” breakfast with the “old fruit stand scam.”  In the scene, it’s played for humor when they argue with their cousin Tu, who runs the fruit stand, over whether his rotten fruit is worth stealing.  But it’s also a sad reminder that Mako and Bolin used to have to do this to survive:

And then we get to meet the entire family, including Grandma Yin.  We find out that the family didn’t even know Mako and Bolin’s parents had died because they had had a nasty falling out years before.  And again, it’s sad – the lack of family connection lead to a difficult childhood orphaned on the streets for Mako and Bolin.  

I love the scene where Yin shares with Mako and Bolin the one and only letter she got from her son.  We see even in the picture traces of Mako’s and Bolin’s personalities, and how they each resemble their parents.

Yin: I’m so sad that I never got to meet your mother, but you have her eyes.  I know from looking at you two that she must have been a wonderful bride for my boy. 

And I love when Mako gives Grandma Yin his scarf.  The scarf has been such an integral part of Mako’s character design and identity since Book 1.  That he gives up part of himself to someone in who needs it more is a nice reflection of his move away from the selfishness he exhibited in Book 1:  

Mako: I’m sure they would want you to have this.

::emotional family hug::

I love these scenes because they give Bolin and Mako more depth.