so good

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I’m gonna make you hungry today, because I can ! MWOUAHAHA!

So, it was my dad’s birthday today and instead of buying him a cake… I decided to make one myself. It might not look pretty, but I’m actually a good cook so I baked him a cake made of chocolate and beer… and guys… it’s so freaking good that when my bro told my uncle that I made a cake, the guy just crossed the street (He live in front of us.) and asked to try it X’D

So yeah… I kinda mostly baked today, and I’m kinda happy I did XD

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We did it! Five is officially a prelim horse and I’m officially a prelim rider! Who knew a stout 14.3hh pure paint horse could haul my butt around a very tough preliminary course that took out half of the division? This horse is really something else. I owe him everything ❤️

There’s a bit in Wonder Woman that I can’t stop thinking about. It’s the part where she walks towards General Ludendorff at the gala. He see her and starts walking in her direction as if to attack, then surges towards her and grabs her in a kind of dance hold. She’s stunned, frozen. It’s probably the only time in the film where Diana looks afraid. 

Why? 

Because she was attacked, but in a way she’s never encountered before. She’s been trained to handle “honest” attacks, where the attacker makes their intentions clear. But here she is attacked in the way women in this world are so often attacked. It’s an unwanted, unwelcome intrusion, a man putting his hands on her without her consent, intruding into her personal space in an aggressive, obtrusive, threatening manner. But to bystanders, they are simply dancing. She doesn’t know what to do. She’s trained her whole life to deal with honest, open attacks, but faced with the sneaky, faux-polite attack of this kind of man, she’s completely lost. 

I thought this was a great moment. It reflects the experiences of so many women so well. 

On a side note, I mentioned it to my (male) partner afterward, and he hadn’t even noticed Diana’s reaction in that moment. He’s a great guy and a good, kind person, but his obliviousness to her confusion and fear speaks volumes about the different experiences of men and women in our society. 

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Because they must’ve exchanged phone numbers at some point between the sports festival and their internships~ I’M SORRY THIS IS SO CHEESY  >u<
I love their relationship. I love them. ;__;

(thanks to @mahoushoujc​ for helping out <3)

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“Taking your own life. Interesting expression. Taking it from whom? Once it’s over, it’s not you who will miss it. Your own death is something that happens to everybody else. Your life is not your own, keep your hands off it.”

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