spoilers: characters

I love how Kara was like “what are friends for” when she crashed Lena’s dinner, like, she was so frantic to warn Lena of possible danger and she chose that phrase that has obviously adopted a deeper and deeper meaning every time one of them says it, they’re saying “trust me” they’re saying “I’m here for you” they’re saying “I promise I’m not going anywhere” and “I have your best intentions in mind” and it started off all teasing and cute and now they use it to show how much they mean to each other and good lord I cannot handle how much they respect and care for each other, supercorp is truly real

anonymous asked:

Regarding your last post...... Why..How...Where did you find this dreadful information.???

I spend a lot of my free time researching lots of stuff about su and came upon the video I linked in the post. Apparently a game developer for Attack the Light/Save the Light (the su game) revealed in an su leak subreddit that they do have access to unreleased episodes and confirmed the two new gems are in fact topaz and…

…aquamarine

*screams* Emma and Killian are perfection, I’m dying. From Killian coming up behind her and whispering in her ear to the hot but somehow also gentle making out to the “being happy surprises me” to Killian already being done with his mother-in-law before they’re married to him needing to take a “quick and pressing shower” because he needs to cool off his sexual energy.

I’m dead. They’ve killed me. 

anonymous asked:

Your daughter is gifted? Wow!

Not gifted in the way that the little girl in Gifted is–my daughter despises math and we will not speak of Physics in her presence–but yes, she tested out as gifted and has a genius-level IQ in a couple of areas, communication foremost–she excels at writing but conversely hates reading, go figure. So I really, really could relate to Frank’s dilemma in the movie. It’s hard to know what’s best–put your child in an advanced academic institution (which we couldn’t afford so moot point for us in a way) and risk her not having a “normal” childhood, or keep her in public school and let her be a kid while also taking advantage of whatever limited extras public school can offer to gifted kids (which is what we did). You second guess and feel guilty no matter what way you go and the film showed that so well that I had a lump in my throat through about 98% of the movie.

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Me: *sees a bunch of cool edits of Pidge with long hair* 
Me: Nice
Also Me: *starts to think a lot of reasons about how is not a good idea to have long hair in the space* 

Hello yes my heart is ready to be taken