Few can handle Louis Tomlinson on the dance floor, much less match him in skill and fervor. Louis has obviously met his soul mate; he just never expected him to be wearing a red snapback and to chew gum like an entitled Mercedes owner.
There is a prestigious school in the British Royal Navy classified as Premier Delta - or as it is known by its flyers, 1D. These select pilots are an elite set of Naval lieutenants who are trained in the skill of aggressive aerial combat. They are instruments of war, trained in times of peace. They are dogfighters, relentless and fearless in their mission to protect their beloved country. From their lofty vantage, they are always watching, waiting, and ready to lay it all on the line.
Lt. Harry Styles, call sign Sparrow, is a prodigy when it comes to flying. The owner of an unrivaled Naval pedigree, being a pilot was always written in the stars for Harry. With his trusty RIO, Lt. Niall Horan, Harry has made an unprecedented ascension in the ranks of the Naval aerial combat elite, and has been recruited to the esteemed Premier Delta flight school, carrying on his family’s legacy. What he finds there are unexpected friendships, perilous challenges, and something beyond what he ever thought possible. Because as his father had always told him, before the great Captain Styles went tragically missing in combat, you don’t fall in love with the sky, you fall in love with what keeps you on the ground.
Louis Tomlinson is a law student with a simple but effective four step plan: 1. Finish law school. 2. Get hired somewhere awesome. 3. Marry his best friend and boyfriend of two years, Harry. 4. Live happily ever after.
Harry Styles doesn’t know what he wants to do with his life, where he wants to go, who he wants to be, or if he even wants the college degree he’s almost completed. All he does know is who he’ll be with forever, as long as Louis wants to keep him around.
Or: the painfully realistic college au where everyone’s poor, lovesick, tired of school, terrified of the future, and still having the greatest times of their lives.
Ogling hot men is a part of his job that Louis thoroughly enjoys. That is, if the ogling hadn’t been reduced to a bare minimum the second DJ Harry Styles set foot into Funky Payno and ruined every other man for Louis, ever.
Or: Louis is a bartender and Harry is a DJ in a club in Barcelona. All they really need to do is get their shit together. Of course, that’s not what happens.
Harry is a popstar who –according to the media– does a lot of cocaine and fucks a lot of boys. Louis is a waiter at a gay nightclub who finds it hard to believe that anyone who wears a straw hat to a bar can be the party animal Harry’s made out to be.
(Famous!Harry meets non-famous!Louis in a club and things progress from there… in the direction of Louis’ bedroom.)
I think he’s accepted it [being a hero], that that’s who he is at the minute. He’s not really struggling that much at the minute with the idea of being that, because he’s enjoying being a part of Emma’s life and trying to make a life with her
[I ended up cutting part 1 too early, I fear. I still had stuff to say about So. Oh well. Here is your promised part 2. I’ll warn you now, I get into making my predictions for the drama’s end and it’s a bit of downer. No direct spoilers for BBJX though, just my own speculation.]
So’s Suicidal, Homicidal Love
behavior in episode 11 is qualitatively different than it was in
episode 10. It’s really only after he starts demonstrating his
changed attitude that his feelings begin to have an affect on Soo. As
soon as So can get to his feet after his ordeal he limps his way to
her side. She knows almost instinctively that he drank the poison, at
least in part, to avoid implicating her in the assassination attempt.
He denies this, of course, but his very presence outside her cell
belies this and she rolls over his protests.
Soo is firm with him. Even mildly accusing, “Did you think my
feelings would change if you did something like this?” letting him know that her heart still belongs to another, and not to do anything so foolish again. So can’t
even respond to that, and looks away. But it’s true that his selfless
concern for her is stirring. Only privately does she acknowledge
that what he’s done makes it harder for her to turn away from him, as
she’s already decided she must. It’s both admirable and pitiable how
determined she is to stay faithful to Wook until the very last
moment, no matter what So might threaten or sacrifice.
When Mike shows Eleven the recliner and braces it so it doesn’t snap
back as violently. Even in this tiny instance, he’s protecting her.
The way Mike says that last “Promise.” As if he’s saying, “Of course I
promise why wouldn’t I promise you anything in the world???”
El using “mouthbreather”, the word she heard from Mike. It’s Mike’s
word. I love that she’s using Mike’s word.
How Mike stayshome from school just so he can show El around his house. And this
is before he knows that she knows anything about Will or that she has superpowers. All he
knows is that she’s scared of the “Bad Men” and is all alone. And his response?
Just take care of her. This kid, I tell ya…
“This is my life. Observe and fight. Interrogate and meditate. On the bad nights, skip the meditation. Hard to focus with sixty levels of traffic echoing below…
… not to mention the bruises and other distractions.”
» Theron Shan, The Lost Suns
The bad ratings for Pitch make me so fucking sad and mad. Because everyone on here always ask for diverse shows, for shows with a strong female lead and here we are with a show that is exactly that. A show with a black strong woman in the lead who is breaking barrier and yet the ratings are worse then a show about a white guy sitcom playing at the same time.
This is a show that is talking about subjects that touch us, a show where last night did a story about rape and said the word multiple time and yet I see almost no one talkign about it.
It makes me mad because everyone on here is all “we need more diversity, we need more female lead, etc.” but as soon as a show gives it to us, nobody talks or watch it and that’s just so fucking sad.
AHHH BASICALLY he was attacked as a child by a monster that killed a bunch of his guards, and then tried to kill him, but his nanny shielded him and although she died, she protected him enough so that he only got badly hurt from it (seems like it sliced up their backs? maybe injured noct’s spine?)
then papa regis kicked ass and saved noct (ffxv brotherhood)
noct then falls into a coma from the attack/trauma and has a vivid fever dream where he meets carbuncle and fights an iron giant as an adult, where he wakes up only once it’s defeated. (platinum demo)
and theeeeennn he and regis visit tenebrae while noctis recovers (hence the wheelchair) and meets lunafreya, who’s the princess of tenebrae. AND THEN TENEBRAE IS ATTACKED BY NIFLHEIM BECAUSE REGIS AND NOCTIS ARE THERE INSTEAD OF IN INSOMNIA WHERE THE WALL HAD BEEN KEEPING THEM SAFE
regis is then forced to abandon tenebrae to niflheim in order to save his son again. (ffxv kingsglaive)
1) It’s so fucking biased towards giving Alaska the crown its making me dislike her
2) The shit they made Phi Phi go through was cruel and unprofessional
3) I’m not even going to talk about Adore
4) They replaced untucked with some cheesy overacted scenes of the judges doing stupid shit what the fuck is that about
5) The elimination system is ridiculous. It fucking sucks that a queen who has been misplaced in the bottom 2 goes home after excelling in the challenge and in the runway just because the queen in the top wants her friend to stay yes i am talking about tatianna
6) You’re the judge of the show RuPaul do your fucking job