so we'll see how i go

OK people keep pointing this out and honestly it’s so true?

When Keith is leaving this is Pidge’s reaction, she’s visibly sad and you can tell she’s obviously going to miss him

And Allura is sad too, but she seems more proud of Keith because he’s going off to do what he wants to do

But then there’s Lance?? 

I don’t even know what he’s really feeling tbh, he just looks like he’s trying so hard to hold something back, like he’s pretending to be OK when he really isn’t. And I don’t think they focused in on his reaction for no reason (especially when they could have showed Hunk, Coran, or even Shiro again) this obviously means something. 

Considering his “Yeah, who am I going to make fun of?” Came after Pidge’s “We’re really going to miss you.” It’s pretty obvious he’s going to miss Keith…But just for making fun of him? That seems a bit empty and he’s most likely not saying everything he feels, because you know, this is Lance. He hides his true emotions underneath his confidence and charm, even though he has more insecurities/problems than anyone else out there. Every once in a while though they do slip out, and I think it almost did here but he was doing his best to hold it back for the sake of the team. 

So honestly…I wonder how he was really feeling in this moment to see Keith go… 

  • 800 yr old entity after being called upon: so, you're the one who- shit, how much blood is that? how deeply did you cut yourself?
  • me: uh... pretty deep, i guess? the book said summoning you would require.. a significant amount of blood.. so..
  • entity: well, you could've gone a little smaller and shallower, couldn't you? and you were planning on, what, just.. bleeding freely during the entirety of our conversation? after slicing your hand open with a knife that's older than you are? how foolish can you be? christ. you need to clean and cover that. like, right now. here. let me see.
  • me: it's not THAT bad plus i disinfected the knife beforeha-
  • entity: no. be quiet. we'll talk afterwards. or even.. while i'm helping you with your mess. but it needs to be taken care of, right now, and i truly don't feel like going to a hospital at this hour. they smell.. odd. uncomfortable places. anyway. c'mon. lead me to the antiseptics and bandages.
  • me: fine. i guess. Whatever
  • entity: i can't believe this... i can't even enjoy the fruit you left for me yet because i have to take care of YOUR irresponsibility.. actually wait let me grab a grapefruit then we can go.. oh, wait, are those peaches? i haven't had one in DECADES.. the pits are so neat-looking, aren't they? i used to save them because they really are just so funny-
  • me: clears throat and holds up hand
  • entity: ah. yes. right. i apologize. grabbing the fruit. coming. following.. you leading

I think this gif perfectly describes my reaction to seeing Adrien in the clips to the upcoming Style Queen episode (X)

But now I’m super worried for Ladybug!

This project is all about funding Hannibal Enamel Collar (or wherever you want to put them!) Pins! It’s an idea I’ve had for a while but it takes a certain degree of gestation with me before the desire to make the thing becomes OVERWHELMING! IT’S NOW OVERWHELMING!

Because I usually struggle to afford stocking Enamel Pins normally, stocking 2 for an item is even harder! So the only way these will get made is by Kickstarter!


  • Between NOW and the 10th of September 2018 - The kickstarter will run, people can make their pledges, and hopefully achieve some awesome stretch goals! During this time I’ll also be designing - backing cards, project stickers, pin backs, and other fun extras.
  • Between the 10th of September 2018 and 22nd of October 2018 - During this period, I’ll receive some samples from the suppliers to show you (I can’t get the samples until I pay the full amount I’m afraid!) and to confirm everything is going successfully, I’ll be making lures and extras that I need too and there will be some surveys for you guys to fill out.
  • ASAP from the 22nd of October onwards - Dispatch! I’ll aim to get your pins out to you ASAP from their arrival to me onwards.
  • 1st of Feb 2019 - Pick up at the Red Dragon Convention in London.


So, these Collar Pins will be formed of 2 enamel pins with built in jump ring attachments, which enables them to be attached together with a chain. So you can wear them between a collar, or really, anywhere else!

The chain between the 2 pins will be able 12cm/15cm, then you have Hannibal’s knife on the left (Mizumono) and Will’s knife on the right (Dolce) the ‘metal’ of the knives will have GLITTER enamel!

There are 3 types of Collar Pins on offer…

  • Standard - 1 Hannibal Pin and 1 Will Pin attached by 1 black chain.
  • Red Chain - 1 Hannibal Pin and 1 Will Pin attached by 1 red chain, just a different colour option if people aren’t keen on the black.
  • Beaded Chain - 1 Hannibal Pin and 1 Will Pin attached by 2 black chains (cascading) with an extra blood red bead dripping from one side (you get to choose whether it’s Hannibal or Will’s side.)


There are a couple of tiers which have RDC5 pick up options, please ensure you select the right option to make sure you aren’t charged for shipping and that I don’t have to transport too many orders. Some things to remember if you want to do this pick up:

  • There are limited amounts of RDC5 pick up packages, once they’re gone they’re gone.
  • If you select this package, you agree that you’re able to pick up your order on the Friday of the convention, that’s the 1st of Feb 2019. I’ll post where I am and you need to come and find me to collect your order (I’ll probably be sat in the lobby all afternoon, I won’t make it hard for you!)
  • If you miss the collection window, the orders left will go back in my room and will stay there the rest of the weekend so I can enjoy my weekend, if you want the order after this point you’ll need to pay postage once the event is over.
  • This rules might sound harsh, but I need to enjoy the con. So it’s important for me.
  • I like doing the convention pick up because it means we get around horrible shipping charges, but you do have to wait ages for your pins. But the con is BEST TIME to wear them!
  • If you have any questions please let me know!


So to keep things simple (I hope!) I’ve separated my Stretch Goal items into 2 types, certain backer tiers therefore get access to certain items if they get unlocked. Which Stretch Goal Package you could get is highlighted in the tier you’re backing.

Basic Stretch Access

£2900 - New Stickers with every order

£3100 - New Hannigram pin back (38mm) Badge Pack

Premium Stretch Access

All of the Above +

£4000 - Hannibal’s Knife Enamel Pin (35mm) + GLITTER BLOOD

£5000 - Will’s Knife Enamel Pin (35mm) + GLITTER BLOOD

These are subject to change, will only be confirmed once we look at getting towards the next goal, i.e. I’ll confirm the £3100 goal once we hit the £2900 goal, etc. I could also add some stuff as I think of it!


As EVER with anything, please feel free to ask, on Kickstarter, Tumblr, Twitter or via Email ( I would prefer all questions are asked before you back the project if that’s possible! I will build a FAQ page as we go!

@extracripsy has this amazing inatodo yakuza au I really wanted to draw fanart for. This isn’t what I originally had in mind, but I’m somewhat happy with the final result. Go check out the original and give it all of your love!!

His mouth felt dry, as if he hadn’t had water in decades. Although, oddly enough, his hands were sweating, and sweat was beading his forehead. 

He moved his right hand from his side, moving it up to his forehead, down to his stomach, to his left shoulder, then right.

“Bless me father, for I have sinned. My last confession was sometime ago, maybe a few months” Dean almost didn’t want to continue, fearing that somehow his confession would not stay confidential.

He didn’t want to turn his head towards the screen, to the priest who would have to hear his horrible confession, and his dark secret.

“Continue” the priest said, softly, as if he understood why Dean was hesitating.

Dean coughed, clearing his dry throat, scratching it even more in the process; he would kill for some water.

“I’m here, father, to confess a sin I have yet to commit, but I know I will act out on it” Dean said, vaguely. 

The priest’s expression stayed blank, no emotion or anything in his eyes, or anywhere. He was like a statue, and that, for some reason, gave Dean comfort.

“I’ve had disturbing thoughts about another man, who I have found myself falling for, fast” Dean nervously chuckled, playing with his thumbs, his eyes focusing on the dust in the air.

The priest shifted a bit, his body facing towards the screen, his face still the same; maybe he really was a statue.

“What type of disturbing thoughts?” The priest asked, his voice still soft as if he knew what Dean was going through.

Dean wanted to laugh at the priest, ask him if he truly understood where Dean was getting at. Yeah, having ‘disturbing thoughts’ about another man is one thing, but what Dean was getting at was in a whole other ball park.

“Sexual ones, mostly. They started off as us kissing, holding hands, stuff like that” Dean paused, he was no longer playing with his thumbs,”and then they got worse” Dean licked his lips, trying to keep them from becoming cracked.

“How did it get worse?” The Priest asked, his voice slightly cracking.

Dean turned his head, his green eyes focusing on the priest on the other side of the screen. The gentleman was probably not much older then himself.

“I started thinking of him and I having sex in different positions, with so many toys. I began thinking of all the ways I could get him to scream my name, and vice versa. I even though about having sex with in my car, letting people see and hear us, letting them know he was mine” Dean closed his eyes, his dirty thoughts coming back to him.

The Priest face didn’t show any emotion, but Dean could feel that he was slightly uncomfortable with the details he had given. 

“Why does this bother you so much?” The Priest asked, a tint of confusion lacing his question.

Dean wanted to laugh at the fact that he had forgotten the one detail that made his sin the worst of all. How could he have forgotten about that?

“You see, the guy I think about isn’t just any guy” Dean’s eyes met with the Priest’s eyes,”this guy is my baby brother”

confession 1/?

UGHHH i am so sorry. JUST… i’m speechless. words can’t describe how much i love this scene

Headcanon that Bakugou hypes up Kirishima in order to give him the confidence that he needs in order to go after Ashido, but his comments are often laced with confusion and lots of teasing in the form of a challenge, because he doesn’t understand why it’s such a big deal. He tells Kirishima that he’s overthinking things and that it should be easy. Crushes are a waste of time. But if you want something, you go and get it. 

And this goes on for awhile, until Kirishima notices that Bakugou’s teasing has stopped. So he starts to pay attention and quickly notices that Bakugou’s got a crush of his own; and on Deku’s best friend, nonetheless. And the day Kirishima picks up on this, is the day Bakugou’s life becomes a living hell. Payback in the form of teasing is now his top priority “What happened to crushes are a waste of time, eh Bakugou?” “What happened to going after what you want?” “I saw you staring at her in class. And that was reaaaaaal manly snapping at her when she asked to borrow a pencil”. Bakugou responds with cursing and his usual threats of murder, but Kirishima is relentless, until he finally gets his fill of revenge.

Bakugou is thrilled that peace is no longer a thing of the past again. He savers the quiet and is grateful for its return. He hopes that things stay this way, and they do, until Kirishima and Mina start to date.

One day, Kirishima accidentally lets the fact that Bakugou has a crush slip, and Mina, completely unbeknownst to Bakugou, decides to play match maker. And that’s when the real hell begins. 

I have a strong feeling that kxk break up news will come shortly before Egk-zo’s comeback.

I read just over 200 books by non-white (for lack of a better word) women this year and these are all the ones I gave 3-5 stars.

poetry etc

  • natalie diaz, when my brother was an aztec
  • claudia rankine, don’t let me be lonely: an american lyric
  • tarfia faizullah, seam
  • tamai kobayashi and mona oikawa, all names spoken
  • safia elhillo, the january children
  • sonia sanchez, homegirls and handgrenades
  • haunani-kay trask, light in the crevice never seen
  • grace nichols, i is a long-memoired woman
  • rosanna deerchild, calling down the sky
  • juliane okot bitek, 100 days

short stories

  • carmen maria machado, her body and other parties
  • chinelo okparanta, happiness, like water
  • dawn dumont, glass beads
  • ngahuia te awekotuku, tahuri
  • becky birtha, for nights like this one: stories of loving women
  • achy obejas, the tower of the antilles
  • leanne betasamosake simpson, this accident of being lost: songs and stories
  • nice rodriguez, throw it to the river
  • elena poniatowska, lilus kikus and other stories
  • makeda silvera, her head a village
  • alice childress, like one of the family
  • jhoanna lynn cruz, women on fire


  • eden robinson, son of a trickster
  • suzette mayr, dr edith vane and the hares of crawley hall
  • louise erdrich, future home of the living god
  • paule marshall, brown girl, brownstones
  • terri janke, butterfly song
  • vi khi nao, fish in exile
  • kopano matlwa, coconut
  • adania shibli, touch
  • gwendolyn brooks, maud martha
  • ana castillo, watercolor woman/opaque men: a novel in verse
  • buchi emecheta, second class citizen
  • naomi fontaine, kuessipan
  • evelyne trouillot, the infamous rosalie
  • gloria naylor, mama day
  • emma perez, electra’s complex
  • marie clements, the unnnatural and accidental women
  • octavia butler, kindred: a graphic novel adaptation
  • scholastique mukasonga, our lady of the nile
  • han kang, human acts
  • hala alyan, salt houses
  • zinzi clemmons, what we lose
  • nalo hopkinson, sister mine
  • michelle cliff, no telephone to heaven
  • cherie dimaline, the marrow thieves
  • cathie dunsford, cowrie
  • marie vieux-chauvet, dance on the volcano
  • marjorie liu, monstress vol 1 & 2
  • silvia moreno-garcia, certain dark things
  • han suyin, winter love
  • katherena vermette, the break
  • s.j. sindu, marriage of a thousand lies
  • j.y. yang, the red threads of fortune
  • nayana currimbhoy, miss timmins’ school for girls
  • sherine hamdy, lissa; a story about medical promise, friendship and revolution
  • sahar khalifeh, wild thorns
  • catherine hernandez, scarborough
  • lydia kwa, oracle bone
  • makeda silvera, the heart does not bend

young adult

  • lois-ann yamanaka, name me nobody
  • gabby rivera, juliet takes a breath
  • nina revoyr, the necessary hunger: a novel
  • julie c. dao, forest of a thousand lanterns
  • melissa bashardoust, girls made of snow and glass
  • malinda lo, adaptation
  • malinda lo, a line in the dark


  • shirin neshat: facing history
  • elizabeth catlett: an american artist in mexico
  • wangechi mutu: a fantastic journey
  • joan simon, lorna simpson
  • family legacies: the art of betye, lezley and alison saar
  • carrie mae weems: three decades of photography and video
  • dancing at the louvre: faith ringgold’s french collection and other quilts
  • ruth cuthand: back talk, works 1983-2009
  • she who tells a story: women photographers from iran and the arab world
  • graciela iturbide: juchitan
  • mickalene thomas: origin of the universe
  • we are still here: a photographic history of the american indian movement


  • deborah a. miranda, bad indians: a tribal memoir
  • riverbend, baghdad burning: girl blog from iraq
  • ibtisam barakat, balcony on the moon: coming of age in palestine
  • leila ahmed, a border passage: from cairo to america - a woman’s journey
  • gaiutra bahadur, coolie woman: the odyssey of indenture
  • mine okubo, citizen 13660
  • esmerlda santiago, when i was puerto rican
  • haifa zangana, city of widows: an iraqi woman’s account of war and resistance
  • lorraine hansberry, to be young, gifted and black
  • leila abdelrazaq, baddawi
  • doris pilkington, rabbit-proof fence
  • anne moody, coming of age in mississippi: an autobiography
  • scholastique mukasonga, cockroaches
  • oksana marafioti, american gypsy
  • chanrithy him, when broken glass floats: growing up under the khmer rouge
  • manal al-sharif, daring to drive: a saudi woman’s awakening
  • mende nazer, slave: my true story
  • hiratsuka raicho, in the beginning, woman was the sun: the autobiography of a japanese feminist
  • lynda blackmon lowery, turning 15 on the road to freedom: my story of the selma voting rights march
  • ellen kuzwayo, call me woman
  • shirley geok-lin lim, among the white moon faces: an asian-american memoir of homelands
  • fatema mernissi, dreams of trespass: tales of a harem girlhood
  • miriam mathabene, miriam’s song: a memoir
  • thi bui, the best we could do
  • jeanne cordova, when we were outlaws
  • sandra uwiringiyimana, how dare the sun rise: memoirs of a war child
  • souha bechara, resistance: my life for lebanon
  • halima bashir, tears of the desert: a memoir of survival in darfur
  • margarita engle, enchanted air: two cultures, two wings: a memoir
  • jamaica kincaid, my brother
  • reyna grande, the distance between us
  • shirley chisholm, unbought and unbossed
  • sarah winnemucca hopkins, life among the piutes: their wrongs and claims
  • phoolan devi, the bandit queen of india
  • daisy bates, the long shadow of little rock: a memoir
  • domitilia b. de chungara, let me speak! testimony of domitilia, a woman of the bolivian mines
  • maria rosa henson, comfort woman: a filipina’s story of prostitution and slavery under the japanese military
  • elissa washuta, my body is a book of rules
  • betty: the helen betty osborne story
  • saidiya v. hartman, lose your mother: a journey along the atlantic slave trade
  • kaneko fumiko, the prison memoirs of a japanese woman
  • malika amar shaikh, I want to destroy myself: a memoir
  • sonia manzano, becoming maria: love and chaos in the south bronx
  • safiya bukhari, the war before
  • lorina mapa, duran duran, imedla marcos and me
  • haifa zangana, dreaming of baghdad
  • wangari maathai, unbowed
  • yiyun li, dear friend, from my life I write to you in your life
  • carolina maria de jesus, child of the dark: the diary of
  • hana yamagawa, from okinawa to the americas: hana yamagawa and her reminiscences of a century
  • emma reyes, the book of emma reyes: a memoir
  • rita la fontaine de cler zubli, disguised: a wartime memoir
  • lila quintero weaver, darkroom: a memoir in black and white
  • fadwa tuqan, a mountainous journey: an autobiography
  • leslie marmon silko, the turquoise ledge: a memoir
  • ana castillo, black dove, mama, mi’jo and me
  • alia malek, the home that was our country
  • anbara salam khalidi, memoirs of an early arab feminist: the life and activism of anbara salam khalidi
  • hida viloria, born both: an intersex life
  • fethiye cetin, my grandmother: a memoir
  • pauli murray, pauli murray: the autobiography of a black activist, feminist, lawyer, priest and poet
  • monica itoi sone, nisei daughter
  • alice french, my name is masak
  • huda shaarawi, harem years: the memoirs of an egyptian feminist 1879-1924
  • kai cheng thom, fierce femmes and notorious liars: a dangerous trans girl’s confabulous memoir

other non-fiction

  • beth brant, writing as witness
  • jesmyn ward, ed, the fire this time: a new generation speaks about race
  • eden robinson, sasquatch at home: traditional protocols & modern storytelling
  • mona oikawa, cartographies of violence: japanese canadian women, memory, and the subjects of the internment
  • alexis de veaux, warrior poet: a biography of audre lorde
  • joyce green, ed, indivisible; indigenous human rights
  • jael silliman et al, undivided rights: women of colour organizing for reproductive justice
  • urvashi butalia, the other side of silence: voices from the partition of india
  • elena r. gutierrez, fertile matters: the politics of mexican-origin women’s reproduction
  • monique morris, pushout: the criminalization of black girls in schools
  • chelsea vowel, indigenous writes: a guide to first nations, metis and inuit issues in canada
  • sarah deer, the beginning and end of rape: confronting sexual violence in native america
  • carla trujillo, ed, chicana lesbians: the girls our mothers warned us about
  • barbara smith, ed, home girls: a black feminist anthology
  • roxane dunbar-ortiz, all the real indians died off: and 20 other myths about native americans
  • sayantani dasgupta, globalization and transnational surrogacy in india: outsourcing life
  • lee maracle, I am woman: a native perspective on sociology and feminism
  • edwidge danticat, the art of death: writing the final story
  • sara ahmed, living a feminist life
  • deepa kumar, islamophobia and the politics of empire
  • Lucy: Natsu, I'm gonna go take a bath.
  • Natsu: *Distracted by video game* Okay.
  • Lucy: You think you might want to join?
  • Natsu: Nope.
  • Lucy: You sure? You'll get to see me naked and..wet.
  • Natsu: *doesn't flinch* I'm fine, Lucy.
  • Lucy: This is the only chance you'll ever get and you're just gonna throw it away?
  • Natsu: Are you gonna get in the tub or not? Your kinda distracting me.
  • Lucy: Oh, so you wanna play that way? Okay-
  • Natsu: Play what way?
  • Lucy: No more sleeping in my bed, your gonna sleep on the couch, no more touching (sexual or not), no more kis-
  • Natsu: Wait, wha-
  • Lucy: -No more kisses, going on adventures, and definitely no more sex for as long as I think is best fit. Would you like me to continue?
  • Natsu: No! But-
  • Lucy: Okay, good. Have a good day, Honey!
  • Natsu: Wait, I'll come with you!
  • Lucy: no, no, that would be against the rules, wouldn't it?
  • Natsu: yes,-
  • Lucy: Then there you go.
  • Natsu: You didn't say anything about watching though!!
  • Lucy: *smirks* I guess I didn't, did I? You can watch, but no touching.
  • Natsu: Ugh, I hate you!
  • Lucy: Do you want me to take away your privilege of watching?
  • Natsu: Nope! I'm coming!

someone help me snapchat is sinking its filthy furry filter claws into me

Overwatch: Symmetra (WIP)

Livestream is OVER! Thank you to everyone who dropped by - it was a good time drawing my fav fictional babe. 

I’m hoping to finish this up over the next couple weeks so I can have it as a print for DCAF!~