that's how she deals

anonymous asked:

Happy headcanon: once Jon and Sansa get together, it hardly seems like anything has changed based on their behavior in public. But, catch them alone, or with their closest family and friends, and they are ALWAYS touching each other. Little touches, nothing improper, but his hand is on her back, or hers on his knee, or their feet are somehow, improbably, next to each other. After so many years alone, they draw comfort from the little touches.

Jon and Sansa: *engage in casual, affectionate touches*

Me: *DIES!*

local depressed asshole ruins everything: more at 11

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ready to go // panic! at the disco

A PSA FOR DEALING WITH SUICIDAL PEOPLE

It doesn’t matter how many times someone threatens to kill themselves,
take.
each.
threat.
SERIOUSLY!!

anonymous asked:

do you know if otabek is 18 or 19? in eps 10 and 11 it was said he was 18, then in ep 12 he was 19 and the wiki says 19? im confused. Ep 10 and 11 were after oct 31

I was very confused, too. The anime itself has done these kind of mash-ups before and no clarification was ever made. The wiki isn’t reliable or managed by some official source or anything, it’s fanbased, now looking like this: 

18 (Episode 1)

19 (Episode 12)

Now, I took the time to actually look through all those episodes. And, look, in Episode 1, his age isn’t mentioned, so no indication of what his age was during the previous season.

In episodes 10 and 11, there is Victor’s monologue about the skaters, in which he says Otabek is 18, but there’s also the official TV introductions of the skaters within the competition (beginning of 11), which is constructed like as it would show to the YOIverse audience at home, where he’s also 18. 

Then there seems to be a mix-up in Episode 12, making Otabek 19, both per someone else’s mention (Celestino) and also the introductory ‘TV clip’. The only truthful possibility is the creators fucked up and possibly mixed up Otabek and JJ (who’s all around 19) in the animation, just a technical mistake like the ‘Victor Niliforv’ in Episode 1.

I know we all like to believe there’s always a meaning behind everything artists do and like to treat these universes created by them like real worlds where everything has an explanation but sometimes it’s just artists going ‘well, shit happens’.

My favorite example:

My opinion is they just ‘forgot’ while advancing to the last episode lmao, and I stand by the fact that Otabek is 18 (going on 19) as it seems to be the initial age they had decided on.

Okay but yesteday I’ve suddenly been hit by the hugest revelation. You know how the bnha kids are all in a dorm now, right? So like, they share spaces, a lot? Imagine if Hagakure has long hair. Long, invisible hair. Long hair you’re gonna find on the floor or on the couch or wherever, maybe even on your clothes, but you can’t see it. Imagine how damn creepy that is I’m ??? You just walking barefoot and then suddenly there’s something long and light sliding on the back of your foot and you can’t see anything and it just keeps on happening how long before they start saying the dorms are haunted

That moment in the cave, that last moment before Lup was imprisoned for years - 

I wonder what it was like? Was there a sort of humor to it? Did she laugh at how ridiculous the whole thing was, at the thought that her brother was absolutely going to give her shit for this? He was going to lose it when he found out; he wouldn’t be able to look at her with a straight face for days, at least. Her own creation ate her, how does that even happen? How did anyone overlook such a terrible design flaw? Taako would never let her live it down, not even in another hundred years.

Was it horror? Did she remember the note with a cold chill and realize she was about to break a promise to her family? She wouldn’t be back soon. She didn’t know when she would be back, or if she would ever be able to explain why she had disappeared, or apologize to Barry and Taako - who was used to being left behind but never alone, not without her… that was another promise she was going to break, one that they’d never actually made but that had always been understood.

Maybe there wasn’t time for that. Maybe there was only time to remember herself and keep that idea of her own identity solid as she slowly built up her strength. Maybe there wasn’t time, or energy, to consider the consequences or the unlikeliness of her situation. 

She would think about it later, when there was time to think about it and when she could do something.  She didn’t have the energy to waste on hysterical disbelief, or hopelessness, or regret - not yet.

@oogoobooga hi there was an attempt to draw your oc, i tried my best i swear
also featuring deja being a confused turd like she always is

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I love this scene because it can easily be interpreted two entirely different ways.

When Thor hears the sirens coming from the prison, the only word he says is “Loki” before running off. You could either see this as Thor thinking Loki must be responsible for the commotion. OR that something terrible happened and Loki may be in trouble. To be honest, I don’t even consider these interpretations to be mutually exclusive either.

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IS IT THAT OBVIOUS? 
1.05  //   1.20

  • <p> <b></b> Okey so after the episode i see a lot of people talking about Dany gets "mad" or she become the Mad Queen whatever. What I don't understand is that Tyrion burn everyone with wildfire in the Battle of Blackwater but still Dany is "mad". Aegon I the conqueror did the same thing in Westeros with dragons but still Dany is "Mad". Thats how you deal with the enemy. She can't fight with a sword. So she has to deal with her problems what she gots. And she got Dragons. She will use fire. Fire is her power. And all the hate she gets for asking people to bend the knee? Again Aegon I did the same and still Dany is the one getting hate. If you can't handle the way a women gets what she wants than don't watch it for fucks sake.<p/></p>

jocelyn’s death is harder for clary than it is for alec

JOCELYN’S DEATH IS HARDER FOR CLARY THAN IT IS FOR ALEC

JOCELYN’S! DEATH! IS! HARDER! FOR! CLARY! THAN! IT! IS! FOR! ALEC!

JOCELYN’S! DEATH! IS! HARDER! FOR! CLARY! THAN! IT! IS! FOR! ALEC!

Just a reminder that Octavia Blake spent the first sixteen years of her life hiding under floorboards in a tiny room in space and yet she’s a thousand times more competent at being a decent human being than 90% of the characters on this show.