shes sorta evil

anonymous asked:

I'm really glad they changed Nakia's character because I never really liked how they made her super T'Challa-obsessed in the comics :/// I didn't really like how she sorta turned evil becuz of her obsession w Tchalla

Not gonna lie, I’m pretty relieved too! She was a very strong character in the comics, but I think it would be very interesting to see her on T'Challa’s side and as a spy for Wakanda like…I’m shooketh to the core from the EW description and am so looking forward to her film character!

Desperate Housewives Season 1 Sentence Meme

Feel free to change pronouns, etc. if you want!

  • “I know someone who knows someone who knows an elf.”
  • “I will call Santa and tell him you want socks for Christmas.”
  • “We all have moments of desperation, but if we can face them head on, that’s when we find out how strong we really are.”
  • “It tastes like it’s burnt and undercooked.”
  • “I’m very big with the under five set.”
  • “Ease up you little vampire.”
  • “Every time I’m around that man, he tries to grab my ass.”
  • “Apologize now I am begging you.“
  • “You’re the one always acting like she’s running for Mayor of Stepford.”
  • “Not now, honey, Mommy’s threatening Daddy.”
  • “Tell me again why I fought for custody of you?”
  • “I just can’t live in this… detergent commercial anymore.”
  • “It was the sound of a family secret.”
  • “I’m not feeling the grass!”
  • “She’ll find a way to survive. We all do.”
  • “She may be trash, but she’s still a human being.”
  • “And silverware. Remember silverware?”
  • “I don’t even have time to wash my face.”
  • “It’s like a high five on the lips.”
  • “People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw soda cans.”
  • “We are raising little terrors, you know that, don’t you?”
  • “Don’t worry I’m not packing heat.”
  • “To live in fear is not to live at all.”
  • “You better get over there. She’s wearing cotton.”
  • “They’re six years old, make them.”
  • “She always overcompensates when she’s stressed.”
  • “You burned your rival’s house down. If that isn’t desperate, then what is?”
  • “Thank you, that’s the nicest way you could’ve said that.”
  • “Get her out of here, she’s killing it for the rest of us.”
  • “Why do I even let you out of the house?”
  • “I hate that I’m turning you into a little thief.”
  • “I got a sunburn the other day washing my car.”
  • “Keep going. I’m mad at you for about 7000 other things.”
  • “When can I have my door back?”
  • “Just know that inside, I am quietly but decidedly hating your guts.”
  • “They won’t make it to their later years if I have to spend all day with them.”
  • “If another sacrifice has to be made, I think it’s your turn on the merry-go-round.”
  • “Mom when this is over we need to talk about your parenting skills.”
  • “Sometimes evil drives a minivan.”
  • “Perhaps he should shove your head into a locker.”
  • “I always assumed I’d have sex for the first time before you had it again.”
  • “What do you know. It’s eighty degrees outside and you’re wearing fur.”
  • “Oh my God. I just want to slap and shake you.”
  • “Slow down you jerk! This is a residential neighborhood!”
  • “I’m going to have to burn every sheet you’ve touched.”
  • “You look old in that.”
  • “You’re never gonna be a sailor, what do you care?“
  • “If you came in here to judge me, you can just leave.”
  • “Lassie would’ve had a firetruck here by now!”
  • “I love my kids so much. I am so sorry they have me as a mother.”
  • “I am so tired of feeling like a failure.”
  • “Treachery never goes out of style.”
  • “When I was your age, my pen pal lived on a farm in Ohio, not a mental institution.”
  • “Our last version of normal had me popping pills. Normal is a bad, bad plan.”
  • “He hung out in your womb for a few months back in the 80s!”
  • “If you were my mom I’d smoke pot too!”
  • “I guess he does sort of have a dorky charm.”
  • “It’s a constant battle between the better angels of our nature and our inner demons.”
  • “Sometimes the only way to ward off the darkness is to shine the light of compassion.”
  • “Fine, fine, be 3’8” for the rest of your life. See if I care?”
  • “I’m not a mutual fund!”
  • “She didn’t like worrying. She felt it gave her wrinkles.”
  • “Trust is a fragile thing.”
  • “She’s like a roach.”
  • “We’re not like other families are we?”
  • “Why couldn’t he have embezzled like other white collar criminals?”
  • “Please don’t mistake my anal retentiveness for actual affection.”
  • “You kissed me as though that would end this conversation and it so won’t.”
  • “My husband won’t admit that he has lust in his heart.”
  • “It will snow on the hills of hell before I ever
  • “A more eel would seem safe after you.”
  • “Well we’re not negotiating my uterus.”
  • “I hope someday you have lots of children.”
  • “You’re the man of the house? You can’t even leave it!”
  • “You know the house isn’t that big, you’re going to have to stop avoiding me.”
  • “Memories lie.”
  • “Every once in a while even I want to do the right thing.”
  • “A lifetime of responsibility isn’t always easy.”
  • “Sooner or later, we must all become responsible adults.”
  • “Most mothers will tell you their children are a gift from God. Most mother will also tell you there are some days you wish you could return them.”
  • “The only reason you have anything in your life is because you’re pretty!”
  • “That place is so pretentious. I’ve been dying to go.”
  • “Guys, my hands are tied! Thieves get spanked. That’s just the way it works.”
  • “Do you know what psychological warfare means? No? Well too bad for you.”
  • “Let’s just say I’ve put those feelings in a box and I don’t plan on looking at them for awhile.”
  • “After a few decades whiz by, I’m sure I’ll find a way to forgive him.”
  • “We’re WASPs. Not acknowledging the elephant in the room is what we do best.”
  • “No offense, but you’re getting up there in years you probably forget where you put things.”
  • “Nobody in my family knows or cares where your stupid clock is.”
  • “I may be stupid enough to shoot myself, but I’m not stupid enough to walk away from you.”
  • “He’s a teenage boy! We could take away his penis, he’d still try to have sex.”
  • “Guys, this isn’t a hockey league could you take it outside?”
  • “I forgot how fun you are when you’re bitter.”
  • “I’m gonna go take a shower. Jail’s kinda gross.”
  • “My daughter is considering giving you her virginity and I would consider it a personal favor if you wouldn’t take it.”
  • “You know I’ve been broke many times in my life, but I’ve never been poor. Because poor is just a state of mind.”
  • “Throughout even the most respectable of neighborhoods, you can hear the sound of scandal.”
  • “Awwww, I miss how we used to steal things from each other.”
  • “Oh sweetie, they didn’t abandon you because you’re a whore. You weren’t all that nice to begin with.”
  • “I was on vacation. It made sense at the time.”
  • “What the hell kind of street do we live on?”
  • “Good friends offer to help in a crisis. Great friends don’t take no for an answer.”
  • “Everyone loves a scandal. No matter how big or how small.”
  • “We all honor heroes for different reasons.”
  • “You talk to him all you want. I’m gonna check out the place with the electrified fence.”
  • “That sounds kinda formal for a burrito and a soda.”
  • “You know I so much wanna like you, but you just won’t let me.”
  • “You have to hand it to the Catholics, they do Greek better than anyone.”
  • “Would you like a glass of water and maybe an excuse to talk to me?”
  • “That’s me. Never afraid to create a scene.”
  • “I used to have all these questions about how you got to be the way you are. They were all just answered.”
  • “Today I have a chance to rejoin the human race.”
  • “I know, baby, it hurts to lose.”
  • “This is the place where good taste goes to die.”
  • “And tonight, whatever you do, don’t call me beautiful.”
  • “Some dreams are just too beautiful to come true.”
  • “I could explain to you what might happen, but I’m a lady and I don’t use that sort of language.”
  • “I would love you even if you were a murderer.”
  • “Could you please at least wait for desert before calling our son a sodomite?”
  • “Honey, I’m hating you a little bit right now.”
  • “Half of life is obligations.”
  • “You just threw rocks in her mother’s face!”
  • “She sorta thinks you’re evil.”
  • “You’re basically a predator. I need your advice.”
  • “You’re such a Republican!”
  • “I plan on getting really fat as a tribute to your mother.”
  • “It’s not my fault you don’t have love in your life!”
  • “You are so far out of your league that you’re playing a completely different sport.”
  • “I can’t have donuts and juice it’s unnatural.”
  • “Why did you hit the lawn boy?”
  • “Maybe after lunch, we could talk about your leather beanbag chair.”
  • “I’m pregnant, caveman, remember?”
  • “For the last time, I won’t bring my daughter to stalk my boyfriend.”
  • “If you don’t want to talk to me, fine! At least have the courtesy to hide!”
  • “Not everyone gets a happy ending.”
  • Snow: You called me down?
  • Principal: Yes, have a seat. I just have a few concerns about your lesson plans...particularly about why all of them seem to involve birds.
  • Snow: Isn't it great? They're getting the best bird-based education in the country.
  • Principal: How could you possibly know that?
  • Snow: By the time they graduate, they'll be fluent in 12 dialects of sparrow.
  • Principal: How about a language actually in the curriculum like Spanish or French?
  • Snow: Sparrow is very useful!
  • Principal: If you're a princess turned bandit on the run from an evil queen. We're trying to prepare these kids for--
  • Snow: Were you about to say "the real world"?
  • Principal: I'll see myself out.

continued from THIS ; @perfectedrobin

“…Jeez, kid.” And she thought Batman had no sense of humor. She’d been trying to lose Robin for a while, but once it became clear she wasn’t going to get rid of him by running, Harley figured a direct address was her best bet. 

Maybe she figured wrong. 

“Look, I know technically ya ain’t s’posed’ta have fireworks in New York, but c’mon! They’re jus’ sparklers, see?” Indignant, Harley tilted her paper bag toward Robin, showing him the contents with a frown. “’Scuse me if I wanna have a li’l fun!” 

In all fairness to Robin, she had obtained them in a back alley from a trenchcoat-wearing carny. It probably looked like something a whole lot worse. But where else does a girl go for illegal sparklers in Coney Island? 

Request! TMNT x Bisexual Reader.

Leo is a little surprised after finding out that you’re bisexual, as you had never spoken of it before. You would be a little bit shy about the topic, but open up after a bit.
You were busy going through your closet when Leo came over to see you. Your old papers and notebooks surrounded you as you went through old boxes.
“Hey, you.”
You looked up and smiled at your boyfriend.
“Hey, I didn’t know you were coming over.”
“I can see that…”
He looked around your messy room when a bright green notebook caught his eye. He picked it up and looked at you for your permission and you nodded.
“It’s from a couple of years ago I think.”
He opened the book and flipped through it, reading a entry or two when he paused.
“You had a girlfriend?”
“Yeah…Is that…weird?”
“No, I just didn’t know that you’re bisexual. Why didn’t you tell me?“
“Sometimes people treat me differently when they find out about my sexuality. It hurts more when it’s someone I care about. I guess I just wanted to find out if you would be okay with it before I told you.”
“Y/N, I’m not that kind of person. It doesn’t matter what gender attracts you, in the end you chose me.”
You smiled and nodded.
"You okay?” he asked.
“I’m…happy.” You replied.
He’d be supportive and be there to talk about it.

Raph wasn’t really surprised when you came out to him.
I mean, it wasn’t like you hide the fact that you were bisexual, it was a bit obvious. You just didn’t talk about it a lot.
He finally decided to ask you about it while you were hanging out at your place.
“Why don’t ya ever talk about you bein’ bi? Cause I don’t have a problem with it or nothin’…”
You shook your head and said
“It’s not you, babe. I just grew up in one of those small, really religious towns and when people found out that I was bisexual…things got bad for me. I guess because of the way I was treated, I learned to just not talk about it.”
“I’m sorry. About whatever happened there.”
“Don’t be. It’s not like you were the one harassing me in grocery store.”
Knowing that you had been treated in a terrible manner, simply because of something so small, would make Raph angry. But he would also know that he can’t change the way people think.
The best thing he could really do is support you.

Donnie isn’t a judgemental person but knows that others are, so he would understand that you didn’t come out right away.
“You okay, dove?”
You had been sitting around with an odd look on your face and after about an hour, Donnie had to talk to you.
“You look a bit upset. Is something wrong?”
“Not really…I was just wondering.”
“About what?”
“Would it be a problem if I was into girls? Like, would it bother you?”
Donnie put down his pen and said
“No, no. Of course not…”
“It’s just, I’ve always liked everyone I guess. But I never really thought about what to call myself.”
“Do you think you know now?” Donnie asked.
“I think I’m bi.”
Donnie nodded and said
“We are what we are. You can’t change your attraction anymore then I can change my species.”
You smiled at your boyfriend, your eyes bright.
“Have I told you that I love you lately?”
Donnie has a lot of emotional issues of his own, so I imagine him to be incredibly supportive of everyone. Especially his princess.

Mikey had no idea that you were bi, even though you had hinted at it before.
“Mikey, can we talk?”
He paused his video game and patted he bed.
“Have a seat, Babycakes. Whatta need from Mc Mikey?”
You sat down and looked up a him.
“It’s just…my ex came to my place today to get some old stuff and it kind of shook me up. So I just wanted to talk to you.”
“What he’d do?” Mikey asked carefully.
You took a moment before saying
“My ex is a girl. She just…came over and started yelling about something. Calling me nasty stuff…she’s sorta awful.”
“Sorta? She sounds evil.”
“You don’t have a problem that I like girls?” You asked.
Mikey shook his head and said
“I don’t judge people based on that stuff. I judge ‘em on how they treat their lovers and their babies, Y/N. You wanna talk about your ex?”
You nodded and he pulled you into a hug.
“Talk away, baby girl. I’m right here.”

In the end, all the turtles would support you and care for you just the same way. Because in the end, Love is Love.