shut up term

If only it was that easy, Susan…



and when the lights start flashing like a photobooth
and the stars exploding
we’ll be fireproof

—troye sivan “youth” / © hoshi majoo

I feel so attacked rn. The kid I’m babysitting just called me a ‘dead person’ because I have to dye things for my art project and it has stained my nails and hands blue and hes just being so savage to me. Like I made him his dinner and he just said 'i can’t accept food from a DEAD PERSON!’ and it was all banter and I said “I’ve always been dead Mathew” and he just said “I figured since you have to make yourself look alive every morning by painting your face” and i just sat opposite him so shook from this 6 year old boy saying these things to me like??? I was never this savage?? Why are you so horrible to me Mathew, why.

are we just gonna ignore mikasa and hannah walking together in that flashback or

I was watching Transformers Prime again and I kept noticing how Soundwave would project live security footage or computer screens on his mask and people (mostly Megatron) would just stare into his mask and watch. It got me thinking: do you think he’s ever tried to show something to someone something, but the image was too small and too far away, so they grabbed the sides of his face and tilted it so they could see better? Maybe someone pulls him down a bit because they’re short, or a tall person gently tilts his chin up, or someone gets literally in his face because they can’t see the tiny details otherwise?

(How awkward would that be, especially if he has a face behind the mask and can see them through the projection?)

TFA Megamom AU where Sari’s protoform was Megatron’s sparkling, and he’s had to reluctantly watch Isaac take care of her while he had no body; hacking into security videos and watching her, lacking the ability to even cry at his loss. And he notices things that others brush off or chalk up to a weird coincidence: Sari’s eyes get really bright when she’s happy because they are glowing just like a healthy sparkling’s do when they’re happy, she gets along better with robots and computers than she does with human children and even before her powers manifest she has a way with technology that no human -especially no human child- should possess, and for reasons unknown to Isaac, whenever she’s close to Megatron (not that Isaac would ever let a child in his lab no that’s dangerous) she noticibly brightens up like young sparklings do when near their creators.

anonymous asked:

how would u feel if casey said from now on april think about u and me with no donnie

I’d tell him to shut up which is a term I don’t use lightly. My future will have Donnie in it whether Casey likes it or not. Donnie is my best friend and he isn’t going anywhere.

Besides, who is Casey to tell me who I can and can’t be friends with? I know Casey would never say that in the first place because he knows how I’d react. 

me: *gets tagged in the sexswap challenge but accidentally does the edge of 17 challenge*

me: gdi,,,, okay

someone: *tags me in the edge of 17 challenge*


Originally posted by henryjedwards

  • Molly: *glances at Sherlock*
  • Molly: ...
  • Molly: *looks away*
  • Molly: *looks back*
  • Sherlock: *sighs* Okay, you have quest-
  • Molly: *squeaks* You just kissed me!
  • Sherlock: *smiles* That's not a question.
  • Molly: *swallows* Why did you kiss me?
  • Sherlock: *pretending to be engrossed in work; immediately* To shut you up, of course *chuckles forcefully* For what other reason would I kiss you?
  • Molly: *bites her lip* You don't kiss anyone else to shut them up.
  • Sherlock: ...
  • Molly: *clears her throat* And it lasted twenty seven seconds.
  • Sherlock: *raises an eyebrow*
  • Molly: *rolls her eyes* Yeah, I counted, shocker!
  • Sherlock: *staring intently through the microscope; nonchalant* Did you...enjoy it?
  • Molly: *folds her arms* I thought it was to shut me up.
  • Sherlock: Yes, it was. A meaningless, innocent peck on the lips-
  • Molly: -with tongue.
  • Sherlock: *whips around to look at her* What are you suggesting? You're saying I liked it!
  • Molly: Wellll...
  • Sherlock: *dismissive* Honestly, Molly, just because I initiated our first kiss doesn't mean I wanted it.
  • Molly: *hurt* Sorry. I must have gotten the wrong idea *sits at her desk*
  • Sherlock: *looks up over the microscope* Thirty one.
  • Molly: *sighs* What?
  • Sherlock: Thirty one seconds. The time we spent in each other's mouths.
  • Molly: *nods* Oh.
  • Sherlock: *nods* It's always best to be accurate.
  • Molly: ...
  • Sherlock: ...
  • Molly: *drums her fingers on her desk* So, what now?
  • Sherlock: *swivels away from the bench* I think you need to shut up, again. For several minutes, this time.
  • Molly: *smirks*


okay let me just rant for a bit

i really can’t stand juvia. i don’t want to go as far as hate, but it’s almost to that point for me tbh. and the thing is, she is  a character i would normally love to death. she is absolutely ruined for me because of her obsession with gray. it’s so hard for me to watch her stoop down to being a blushy stalking mess when she has such potential to be a badass bitch.

the lack of effort that goes into her really upsets me because i feel like she can be so much more than what she is. 

and it carries onto the whole “gruvia” ship. i don’t really understand how someone legitimately stalking another person can be considered “a cute pairing”. it creeps me out tbh.

i feel like juvia herself and even gruvia had so much more potential than the effort that was put into both.

  • Whiny gamer bro: I can't believe that some of the panty shots in Skullgirls were edited out! This isn't what I paid for! Might as well call the game SJW girls!
  • Me: So what you're saying is... You just bought this game to look at a girl flash her undies?
  • Whiny gamer bro: ...
  • Me: That's what I'm getting from this, and honestly it's kinda sad.

anonymous asked:

I read your thoughts about Rize and how you like that she has been built up as a femme fatal who actually doesn't want to be objectified. They were truly cool! For me, her character is interesting because it explores what truly means to be free. In the one-shot and at the beginning of TG she is depicted as a girl who does what she wants and ignores rules, but despite this is never truly happy. I think she may refuse rules as a concept. cont

Her life at the Garden must have been full of rules and Shachi’s lifestyle is built on discipline as well. I think she came to refuse it and boundaries, but not having rules doesn’t equal being free. Even ignoring her past which came back to haunt her, it’s important she was always bored and hadn’t found something she truly wanted to do with her life, something to make it meaningful and that could stop her from going around from ward to ward. She hadn’t an anchor and she probably didn’t want any, but not having ties and limits is only a negative definition of freedom and not a positive and productive one. It’s also interesting how Banjou associates her with freedom because his is none other than an idealization which is surely different than an objectification guided by lust but it’s still an objectification. Plus the freedom R is associated with is possible only through strength. I find B’s attraction to R very interesting!

Thank you, anon! And I completely agree about Rize in terms of authority and freedom! I wrote a post slightly related to this topic during this blog’s early days, where I was thinking that Rize’s pursuit of knowledge completely rejects authority and discipline and only truly embraces self-taught knowledge (i.e. books, experience, etc). She really emphasizes a form of self-reliance while going about her life, acting as though she can’t find truth in not only societal structures but other people. And I really love that Rize’s philosophical exploration of this freedom is a feminine one – a mindset rooted in the fact that she was raised to be a breeder. A mindset that rejects almost all forms of masculine power structures and responds negatively to men’s interactions with her. A mindset that embraces pseudo-sexual indulgence (i.e. eating all the cute boys) to say “fuck you, I’ll do whatever I goddamn please” in a world that has taught her to view reproduction as her only real purpose.

But it’s true – while Hell is other people, you cannot find real, long-term life fulfillment without healthy connections with other people and/or a community. And as she kept realizing while jumping ward to ward, she can’t simply escape all power structures, either – especially in Tokyo. In a similar vein, while she’s rejecting the toxic upbringing she’s dealt with, her mindset inhibits her from moving forward in her own development. She’s still trapped in the bird cage, unable to maintain meaningful and healthy relationships even with those who do genuinely care for her (e.g., Shachi). 

Your point about Banjou is interesting, too. I wonder if he appreciated Rize’s strength because of how different it is from his own mindset. Banjou has accepted that he’s not strong, and while he is usually attracted to strong people and wants to become stronger, he hasn’t destroyed himself doing so like many other characters in the series. 

His view of Rize is certainly objectification, though – it’s like the ghoul equivalent to the manic pixie dream girl. He loves how free-spirited she seems. He thinks it could change his life in some way. However, Rize doesn’t want to be that plot device in his story. She’s got her own life to live. His focus on her strength and idiosyncratic mindset oversimplifies her to the point that he doesn’t even recognize the blaring fact that she has no interest in joining the power structure he wants her to lead.

Honestly, many of the reasons I love Rize so much is because of these aspects about her. Her way of life is certainly flawed, but it’s something a feminine person can sympathize with and respect about her as a female character. And when these flaws have come to light, they aren’t things that can be fixed by a male romantic interest that romanticizes her in the exact same way.