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The MBTI Heist
  • ENTJ- The Backer: The one who's paying for the heist to be done. Enjoys bossing everyone around by stating they're in charge of the operation, but everyone knows INTJ designed the heist.
  • INTJ- The Mastermind: The one who comes up with the entire scheme and makes the diagrams and writes up the roles. Would be the "Boss" but is too socially awkward, so they sit in the dark, scheme, and refer everyone to ESTJ for answers.
  • ENTP- The Source: The one who found the job. Typically the one to find the jobs in general. Has really good online connections and is typically able to get us the best price for the job.
  • INTP- The Hacker: Content to sit in the back of the van controlling the alarms, security cameras, lights, etc... INTJ wants you to hack into the police database to alter information? About time you had a challenge!
  • ESTJ- The Boss: Technically not the one who planned the heist, yet everything goes through them. Their unofficial job is to manage the crew and make sure they know their roles flawlessly.
  • ISTJ- The Informant: The one who knows about everything. They have gathered all the information concerning everything about this heist, and could ESTJ please explain that once more, it doesn't seem like sound logic.
  • ESTP- The Conman: The one doing the actual conning. Being the actor, doing some people manipulating, creating some useful relationships.
  • ISTP- The Gadgets Guy: Job description is to create or obtain what ever the crew needs. In charge of all the gear, from earpieces to explosives. Enjoys planting bugs on INTP to hear them talking to themselves while in their van.
  • ENFJ- The Mole: The one already on the inside. Everyone likes them and sure they'll listen to your problem... and then leak your weaknesses to the crew.
  • INFJ- The Pickpocket: Somehow able to get you to start telling them your life's story in the bus. When you're done it'll be more than your conscience that's been lifted. Enjoys secretly planting little notes of encouragement on all the crew members.
  • ENFP- The Acquirer: The one who everyone seems to like and has limitless contacts. ISFP needs a better motor for their car? Yeah, I have a friend whose dad's cousin runs a car shop in New York, so of course I can get that.
  • INFP- The Person on the Inside: Unlike the Mole who was placed in their position, the insider doesn't know they're going to help until they are. They really are just trying to help, and ESTP made it clear that it would be a big help ($$$) if you just left that one door unlocked.
  • ESFJ- The New Kid: The one with potential in everything, but not great at anything. A little lost but ready to prove themselves. Is super hyped that to know the INFJ believes in them.
  • ISFJ- The Muscle: The sweetest person... until you mess with their crew family! They're super devoted to the crew and have no qualms backing that statement up with some force.
  • ESFP- The Distraction: The one causing the social commotion. Keeping everyone's eyes fixated on them, not the other crew members. Their job is to be more exciting then the surroundings.
  • ISFP- The Driver: They've taken driving to a whole new level, it's become an art form. Yes, all those cars are theirs.

Someone: Lol Kyungsoo hates Chanyeol

Me, Kyungsoo stans, Chanyeol stans, Exo, Chanyeol’s Family, Chanyeol, Kyungsoo, literally anyone who knows anything at all about Kyungsoo and his personality:

THIS IS MY FACE    when I hear bullshit about people getting too big for their breeches. In an effort not to be a total bitch I will just say this, Mary Winchester is a hunter. She is not a God. She is not an angel. She is just a hunter whose been dead for thirty plus years. 

Meeting Lucifer? Would freak her the fuck out.
Meeting Crowley? Would freak her the fuck out. 

However she is Dean’s mother so these moments of fear would be met with either humor or hollow threats. Do you see the difference? I’m trying to make a point here. If Mary wanted to try and take any big demon down she would not expect to win. This doesn’t just extend to the big guys like Lu and Crowley but- really- to any of them. Up until she met Azazel she had no clue that demons were actually a thing that were relevant. 

Writing is working together and I believe that strongly. Your character isn’t believable if mine doesn’t react to yours and visa versa. I know these are fictional characters but believability is so important. 

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This is my art for the Summer in Gravity Falls exchange!
I hope your expectations weren’t too high for me to reach, asherlion!

Wow, be careful everyone; looking at the gif for too long makes really dizzy…
Further comments in the tags

It’s normal to doubt yourself. It’s normal to worry about what other people think. It’s normal to regret not coming out earlier, or not coming out later. It’s normal to regret how you told people, and how people reacted. It’s normal to think your identity isn’t valid. It’s normal to worry about the present. It’s normal to worry about the future. It’s normal to worry about all of this. I did it, and pretty much every other trans person (and that’s a lot of people) did too.

Sometimes, after coming out, it can feel like people aren’t supporting you as much as they did beforehand. There is love and support out there, though.

You can do this. You’re a star shining your light on the world and you will be okay

the most beautiful words in the english lenguage

Uhg I just wish people would stop saying  “Frisk is nonbinary” because no, that’s not entirely true. You HEADCANON Frisk as nonbinary, but the character is meant to be a blank slate so that, while playing, the player can sink into Frisk’s roll easier. And using “they/them” pronouns are a way to make Frisk a neutral character so it could apply to ANY GENDER IDENTITY while playing. (this also applies to Toriel calling Frisk child, same with Papyrus and human.)

I understand where (some, not all) nonbinary people are coming from, I understand that people who are nb do not get enough representation in the mainstream media and Undertale offers more of that than anything else before. I understand that when people go and call Frisk he or she it feels like the person is misgendering the character, and, to an extension, yourself, because you sunk so deeply into the roll of that character. (a friend of mine brought up this point on Skype) But that does not give you a right to force your HEADCANONS down people’s throats. Frisk does not have any hard set gender identity, and this is done purposely because Frisk is not meant to actually be a character. Instead they’re a placeholder for the player to live the game through, like looking through a pair of binoculars.

And if you REALLY want a nb Undertale character that is part of the main cast and plays a role in the game, just look at Napstablook. But stop shoving the “Frisk is nb” headcanon into people’s faces and expect everyone to abide by it.

Not a peep was said by some people when Abbie was supporting the Cranes..

Financially, gave them their space, defended Katrina multiple times and generally respected their relationship..

But suddenly Abbie lightly throws shade (well deserved and only scratched the surface of bigger issues) about Katrina and suddenly Abbie is terrible for not liking Katrina.

Never mind the fact that you can’t even count on one hand anything Katrina has done to respect Abbie and her position as Witness and as a woman.

But Abbie playing mammie with no appreciation or gratitude is fine, right?

Fuck your white feminism.

Abbie has no reason to trust Katrina or respect her when Katrina hasn’t done the same. Respect is EARNED not handed out for being mediocre.

No, Katrina sure as hell don’t deserve a damn peep or praise from Abbie and if you truly believe she does yet completely ignore the sacrifices that Abbie has made on Katrina’s behalf then your feminism is super narrow and not as inclusive as you think it is.