so it's finally done

Keith! When will my Life Begin animatic for the Klance Tangled AU!!

edit:sorry about the fire cracking up. I think it’s the gradient that’s causing the file to become a little corrupt. I’ll try to fix it and update it asap


My first anamatic!!! I never thought i would make one of these, so thank you to @galactibun @gyerangyeran and everyone whose given me so much support! Thank you
Meant to be yours-heathers


9 3 0 3 0 9
happy birthday
m i n y o o n g i

Your image that has been neglected
Even then I didn’t know your significance
No matter where I am
You always defended that spot



agent washington throughout the seasons
everyone suffers at least one bad betrayal in their lifetime. 
it’s what unites us. the trick is not to let it destroy your 
trust in others when that happens. don’t let them take that from you.


Finally here’s all of the collages together!!! Thank you all for being patient with me in getting these done. I’m so grateful to everyone who took part in or supported this massive project, I hope that you enjoy all of the incredible art that this fandom has produced!


OiHina Monthly: September - Road Trip Prompt

Inspired by @mooksmookin‘s wonderful road trip au. ♥ 

I posted this to Facebook and I’ll post it here as well:

So, Donald Trump is going to be the next President of the United States. To me, this is no longer about Hillary versus Trump. It’s not about Democrat versus Republican. It’s about the fact that Donald Trump is who we, as a nation, have chosen as our leader.

We have elected a hate-mongering, misogynistic, Islamphobic, ableist, racist, lying, selfish, violent-minded fool to lead this country. Why? Because Trump “says aloud what everyone else is too afraid to say”. Because Trump “isn’t afraid to not be politically correct”. But if Trump is all of these things, then what does that say about us as a nation? We chose him, after all.

“Well, those aren’t MY ideals,” you might say. And maybe you’re right. Maybe they aren’t. But they’re the ideals of enough people in this country for Donald Trump to have ended up the Republican candidate over many others who were far more qualified. They were the ideals of enough people to choose to elect him as President of the United States.

These are the people who are willing to turn a blind eye to Trump saying things about women such as, “you just grab ‘em by the pussy”. People who are willing to look away from that are the same people who are willing to turn away from the girls in this country being raped every single day and then say, “Well, what was she wearing?” or “She was asking for it” all in order to protect their male, football playing rapists. “Boys will be boys”, after all. A rape accusation will ruin their career. I mean, Donald Trump is proof of that, right?

These are the people who agree with Trump’s claims that we do not have a problem with guns in this country. These are the people who are willing to turn a blind eye to the statistics that deaths by guns in America are far higher than they are in most other countries in the world. These are the people who are willing to forget the 15 people who died at Columbine, the 33 at Virginia Tech, the 28 (most of whom were children) at Sandy Hook, the 50 in Orlando, and the countless others who have fallen victim to gun violence.

These are the people who agree with racist claims that minorities are violent drug dealers and rapists who need to be removed from this country. And yet, they’re willing to look away from the rape allegations against Trump himself. They’re willing to look away from the insanely high amount of African Americans who are being shot and killed by white, male cops, and then claim that police brutality isn’t an issue—all the while having the audacity to shout, “All lives matter”.

These are the people who agree with Trump that Muslims are dangerous radicals. These are the people who cry for religious freedom, and yet cower in fear at the sight of a woman wearing a hijab simply as an expression of her faith. These are the people who claim that the legalization of gay marriage and abortion is unfair to the Christian faith, but then claim that Muslims don’t even belong in this country and should return to countries that they didn’t even originate from.

We as a country don’t care about anybody but ourselves. As long as we and the people immediately connected to us are safe and privileged, then we could care less about those who are suffering. We don’t care about the people who will be removed from their homes. We don’t care about the women who are going to be raped and ignored. We don’t care about the African Americans who will be the victims of police brutality. We don’t care about the sick and dying who can’t afford proper healthcare. We don’t care about the people who are struggling to get by on food stamps. We don’t care about the homeless veterans living on the streets. We don’t care about the LGBTQ+ community who have struggled for years against violence and hate. We don’t care about the women who want the rights to their own bodies. We don’t care about the countless innocent both in America and outside of America who will be victims of Donald Trump’s violence. As long as it doesn’t directly affect us, we could care less.

Yes, neither candidate was perfect. I dislike Hillary Clinton just as much as many other American citizens do, and I’m sure if she had won I wouldn’t have had the best things to say about her either. But that doesn’t matter anymore. At the end of the day, she did not win. Donald Trump did. His ideals are the ones America wants our leader to have because they’re the ones that align with our own.

I could go on and on, but there would be no point in wasting my breath any longer. Tonight we have elected a fool. We’ve elected a man to give nuclear weapons to who can’t even handle a Twitter account because he’ll “make America great again”. But if these are our moral grounds as a nation, since Donald Trump apparently “says what everyone is thinking”, then we really shouldn’t be surprised by the results. The entire world is laughing at us right now. I hope you’re happy America.