simultaneous existance

  • What she says: I'm fine
  • What she means: Selena Gomez guest starred on Hannah Montana as pop star/rival Mikayla Skeech in three separate episodes. But she also was Alex Russo in Wizards of Waverly Place. We know that Wizards of Waverly Place and Hannah Montana take place in the same world because of the 2009 crossover special "Wizards on Deck with Hannah Montana". Both characters can't exist simultaneously unless Alex Russo created a pop star alter ego and used magic to never be recognized for it, yet this is never addressed and the series move on

How wild is it that every version of you probably exists still, somewhere, in someone’s memory? The messy you, crying on the floor exists still in your mind. The happy, sun-soaked you, exists in your best friend’s memory. No part of you has died, all parts of us exist always, simultaneously and hidden. 


My favorite part about this kiss is how intense Dylan/Stiles’ face is. He’s kissing her like she’s his lifeline, the air he breathes. He’s so consumed in this moment, in this kiss, in Lydia. You can feel how much he loves her and how much this moment means to him. This is everything Stiles has spent the past 10 years building up to, and the intensity with which he kisses Lydia is like none I’ve ever seen. Lydia holds onto to Stiles, kissing him back just as forcefully, and we get this incredible moment that seems to stop time. I just can’t get over how much you can tell that this is quite possibly the most important day of Stiles’ life just by the expression he makes when kissing Lydia. It’s gentle and intense and heartbreaking all at the same time. You can feel the gentleness he possesses for Lydia, but it’s also this intense fire that burns hot enough to consume them both. It’s so amazing that these two completely opposite things can exist simultaneously in just one expression. Dylan never ceases to amaze me with how much he understands Stiles as a character and his unconditional love for Lydia.

I have this headcanon that Oliver and Marcus don’t adopt their children from birth, and so both were already named when they adopted them. However they later realize that both of their children’s names mean fire. 

Oliver thinks it’s beautiful and poetic, because his last name is Wood, which is something that burns, and Marcus’ is Flint, which is something that starts a fire, and so if you combine a flint and wood, you get fire. 

Marcus thinks it’s hilarious because their kids have Oliver’s last name, so both their names mean fire wood.  

Spell me out of this

Hey hello so I’ve been making false starts on this idea for a fic for MONTHS now and I attempted maybe five different versions of it with vastly different storylines, none of which really worked, and in the end I just spent three days on this and meh okay here goes. Simon can’t deal with his feelings for Baz so he uses magic to repress them.

(Sixth year)


Agatha is upset with me, because I didn’t ask her where she’d been. I think. She’s been gone the entire day, and I just figured she had something she needed to do or she was sick or she needed a day off, and I pushed it out of my mind, and I didn’t say anything. She thinks I don’t care enough about where she is, or what she’s doing. She thinks that if I like her, those are things I should worry about.


Agatha is upset with me, because we’ve barely spent any time together over the last week. She thinks I’m too busy following Baz around to care that I’m never around her. She thinks that as her boyfriend, I should want to spend time around her. But I do want to spend time around her. I just know Baz is up to something.


Penny keeps nagging at me, because she thinks it’s weird that I don’t talk about Agatha much. I don’t think she has a problem with it, but she’s convinced that I don’t like Agatha the way I did in fourth year. In fourth year, I wouldn’t shut up about her. I told her that liking Agatha doesn’t mean I have to think about her all the time.

‘Well, no, but it’s a known symptom,’ Penny said.


Penny says it’s strange that Agatha doesn’t seem to get under my skin. The other day Agatha got frustrated with me for botching up a spell, and Penny said she was surprised when I didn’t seem really worked up about it.

‘That’s because you guys know what my magic is like,’ I said. ‘Agatha’s just frustrated, she’s not judging me.’

Penny says I used to try so hard to impress Agatha, but now she thinks I’m just going through the motions. I told her I’m trying to be a good boyfriend, and she said I’m only doing it because it’s what I’m supposed to do.

‘What are you saying, Penny?’ I finally ask. I know she’s getting at something.

‘I just don’t think you two are that into each other,’ she says. ‘What she said didn’t bother you?’

‘No. Why would I be pissed at her? She wasn’t trying to upset me. Not like when Baz says things like that.’

It does bother me when Baz insults me. (Not to mention the fact that he does it all the time. It’s his favourite hobby.)

‘You barely hang out together anymore.’

‘We do, I’m just busy…’ Following Baz. Trying to figure out what he’s plotting. There have been weeks where I barely let him out of my sight.

‘You never talk about her,’ Penny continues.

‘What do I talk about, then?’

She sighs. ‘You talk about Baz.’

I shrug, because, fine, she’s right. I probably do talk about Baz too much. I probably do think about Baz too much. A lot more than I think about Agatha.

‘Where is Baz?’ I say. ‘What’s he up to? I need to know where he is.’ I need to see him. I need to be around him.

I look at Penny. Penny stares back.

I gulp.



Well, shit.


You have to help me.

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11th Chakra
When the eleventh chakra starts to open the individual will become aware of the larger picture of his or her multidimensional self; that his or her existence in physical reality is just one manifestation of many simultaneous other existences on other planes of existence. This explanation gives a hint to what awaits the individual after ascension; the working toward becoming conscious on all planes of existence, not just the physical one.

i love talking about how extra Transformers canon can be, so I’m gonna do that for a bit

did you know that Transformers has an in-canon reason for plot holes and continuity errors? an in-canon version of “A Wizard Did It?”

it’s called the Unicron Singularity

see, in Transformers, we have this Universe-Eating Bad Guy God called Unicron. Unicron is (or, I guess “was.” It’s Complicated) what’s known as a Multiversal Singularity. Meaning, across all of the thousands of different Transformers universes and timelines, there is only one Unicron. Unicron can exist in multiple universes simultaneously, but all versions of him share a collective consciousness and memory.

Well, in the cartoon Transformers: Energon, Unicron got killed. Straight up dead.

So, what happens when you kill something that exists simultaneously across all timelines, universes, and dimensions?

You get a massive hole punched in the fabric of reality that affects all of those planes of existence that Unicron existed in.

This reality-shattering black hole, named the Unicron Singularity, is the explanation for every single plot hole, inconsistency, and error in every single piece of Transformers media.

Animation error caused one of the Seekers in Transformers G1 to be colored incorrectly? That was actually a side-effect of Unicron’s death warping reality. For a brief moment, Skywarp was blue because Unicron died.

Transformers: Armada’s constant dubbing errors leading to characters getting called the wrong name all the time? Unicron’s death did that.

Transformers: Cybertron, a show initially created to be a new continuity not tied to any previous shows, being awkwardly reworked in to being a sequel to Energon despite directly contradicting basically everything that happened in Energon? Unicron singularity. In fact, Transformers: Cybertron was the show the Unicron Singularity debuted in and the Singularity was introduced solely to explain the bizarre continuity issues between Cybertron and Energon.

So, to simplify everything:

  • Transformers: Cybertron was made as a full reboot with no ties to any previous show
  • Businessmen came forward and, with no regard for the series canon because businessmen don’t give two shits about that sort of thing, said “actually, Cybertron is a sequel to Energon.”
  • The writers and the fans said “But that doesn’t make sense.”
  • The writers worked with what they were given and concocted the biggest “A Wizard Did It” explanation for every single error in Transformers ever.

And that’s how weird Transformers fiction is, which is why a lot of us just prefer to buy the toys and cherrypick the fiction whenever it decides to be good for a change.

Beside the Dancing Sea, a Selkie AU by @omgkatsudonplease and @atomicsapphic

That feels so final, somehow, even in the ephemeral void that is the Internet. Things simultaneously existing for a minute and yet forever. Traversing two oceans in four months and yet knowing so little of the world outside his hospital room.
Viktor is simultaneously here and in Saint Petersburg — a strange little denial now fully shattered with the confirmation that yes, he is not here. He is gone, at last, as far from Yuuri as he has ever been. And the only things left to bridge the distance are the flowers at Yuuri’s bedside.
The room pulses. His head spins. Breathe in. Hold. Hold. Breathe out.

New York Times-bestselling author Viktor Nikiforov arrives in the sleepy seaside town of Torvill Cove to cure his writer’s block. After encountering local wallflower Yuuri Katsuki at a party, he discovers that this mysterious dark-haired man has a couple secrets up his sleeve.
And Viktor will be damned if he doesn’t find out just what those secrets are.

read here on AO3!

sawthatwink  asked:

don't know if you've answered this before, but do you ship scorbus?

Ok so this is bad

bc here’s where I admit that I absolutely refuse to read the cursed child.


feel free to tell me if i made a bad choice here but i didn’t want to let anything touch my cherished harry potter world and any universe where harry james potter isn’t parent of the year and cedric diggory isn’t precious and pure isn’t one i wanna be a part of. 

That doesn’t mean I look down on anyone who liked CC! I just personally chose not to read it. So the answer to your question (not any of this other stuff does) is that I like what I’ve seen of scorbus because how could you not! It’s like a drarry au that can simultaneously exist with big kid drarry. it’s very cute and I like it. 

I’m JK Rowling’s Bitch though, so I do have a copy of CC sitting on my desk and i walk past and hiss at it from time to time.

Why “sleep” or “do drugs” when you can accidentally get peppermint essential oil in your eyes and experience 17 planes of existence simultaneously


I wanted an AU where Dan doesn’t manage to kill his human self after his creation. (Has this been done a thousand times yet?) And human Danny just stays with human Vlad in the cave as they try to come up with ways to save their universe.

I have mental images of Danny and Vlad giving each other haircuts. (Possibly shaving, depending on abundance of mirrors…) That makes me happy. I meant to draw Danny with different hairstyles, but I ended up falling in love with that one and it stuck as his post-apocalyptic cut.

I guess if you were to think of it like all universes simultaneously existing, they would still be in their ruined world after Dan goes back in time and is trapped in the thermos. And would probably be the sole living (non-ghost) survivors. (Plus Valerie?) What a lonely timeline…

I don’t want to live in a world where Danny’s future self doesn’t have his mom’s hips.

do you think bill had any dimensional counterparts or was the bill we saw the one and only iteration of bill in the entire multiverse

was he the only bill that destroyed his dimension? is his defeat the only defeat of its kind to exist? is our stan the only being to ever exist in the history of forever that has destroyed bill? was their final encounter truly one of a kind? if defeating bill reversed weirdmaggedon, then what of other weirdmaggedons after his defeat? do they just exist in a perpetual demon ridden hell now? did those weirdmaggedons even happen if bill and his friends were in the one?? was there only one occurrence of weirdmaggedon to ever exist??

if there really only is one bill in existence, would that leave the possibility of the multiverse being only one variation of itself? for bill to have other defeats or victories in his domination, then would that have to be a part of a completely separate series of multiverses?

is bill a fucking paradox of himself?? does the nightmare realm give him these properties? does it allow him to exist as all these variations of himself simultaneously while also existing as himself in one reality? are there bills that didnt destroy their dimensions? or do they still only all exist as the one?

and if bill didnt just exist in the singular, then would that make the pines’ family victory limited if other bills could still conceivably come in and destroy their universe at a later time? is gravity falls the only place this could happen?

fucking multiverse theory man FUCK