still like him somehow

Sherlock in TLD

i still don’t understand sherlock in tld

how is it possible that he looks like such a gross mess but somehow i STILL found him so gorgeous?!

i don’t even like scruffy facial hair and i LOVE sherlock’s bouncy curls and dapper posh clean cut look, not the greasy mess in tld

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and yet!! AND YET!!!


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I just saw Logan in theaters.

Somebody hold me.



I can’t help but wonder when Stiles started meaning this much to Derek.

I can’t help but wonder when Derek decided that Stiles was good for calming him, a safe place during dark times.

I mean, we all know Stiles and Derek had one of the best developments on the show, and along the way, they developed a great amount of trust in one another, but this… this is something else.

When did Derek’s trust develop into this?

Maybe it had to do with the multiple times Stiles saved him, or the many unspoken agreements they had before going in to do something dangerous… or maybe, it was in the episode where Boyd passed away.

Stiles wasn’t close to Boyd, not as close as everyone else was to him, but somehow, he still understood what it felt like for Derek losing a pack member. Therefore, reaching a hesitant hand out to rest on Derek’s shoulder.

That simple gesture probably meant more to Derek than anyone realized.

Stiles was there trying to comfort him. Stiles cared enough to try and do so.

And maybe he kept Derek from falling apart altogether at that moment.

Maybe that’s when Derek realized that Stiles really was there for him and maybe that’s when the building trust he had for Stiles locked into place.

Maybe that’s when Derek realized that Stiles could be his anchor.




Some talk about “Vader and Anakin are different/alternate/split personalities” trope I see cropping up here and there.

I’ve seen it in fic, and I’ve seen it even discussed in relation to canon here and there: That Anakin is somehow still “within” Vader, like some separate part of him, vying for control.

It seems to be a product of writers struggling to reconcile brash, loving, heroic Anakin with the violent, obsessive and callous man he grows into as Vader.

It lends itself to portraying Vader as a more sympathetic character: By partially divorcing Anakin from his agency, or writing him as a kind of internal voice of conscience, or portraying him as a man who, by psychological and mystical means, is not fully capable of controlling his actions, the audience can more easily see the “good” in him.

But Anakin is not the “Good” in Vader. Anakin IS Vader.

The trope’s simplification of Vader’s character reduces his complexity. It also ignores years worth of character development: By the end of RotS Anakin believes his friends and loved ones have deserted him, he has thoroughly violated his beliefs, and he has been manipulated and twisted by Palpatine. Vader is EXACTLY the kind of person a man like Anakin becomes when pushed beyond despair.

By separating out Anakin from Vader, Vader’s whole character is cheapened. Vader is not some malignant specter to banish. He is Anakin Skywalker, a sad, scarred old man who finally found the strength to hope again through the love of his son.

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What if yata and reisi are told the full extent of torture and abuse saruhiko has went through since his childhood,how would they react? Like they know everything that happened to him,niki's reason for naming him, hallucinations,his hairstyle change.

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