░ ✩ ❝ * UNDER THE CUT YOU WILL FIND 57 71 LABELS !!❞
i got asked by a lovely anon to do a masterlist of character labels – and so that’s just what i’m going to do today !! they will be sorted out by: personality, hobbies, lifestyle and misc.( there’s a small description of each label)PLEASE LIKE/REBLOG IF THIS IS HELPFUL
Our team leader starts meetings with “how’s everybody doing” small talk, and there is one person who just cannot help himself. He can’t just say “fine” like the rest of the world. He has to share whatever personal or medical drama is currently unfolding in his life.
We’ve been listening to a description of his deviated septum and inner struggle over whether or not to have an elective surgery for 10 literal minutes.
“I’m sorry for Patty, but when I’m in a mood like this I just want to be alone.. I know I should be grateful! A bit of melancholy is a luxury after all I’ve been through.. But when I feel like this everything seems gray to me.. Like some kind of fog.. and I would give anything for some colour..”
To understand this moment better, imagine: our optimistic and happy-go-lucky Mickey finds out he’s the co-owner of an investigation agency in faraway Anderville, a New-York like city full of crime and corruption and where people are unkind and just don’t care.
When he arrives there he messes up multiple times and is forced by inspector Clayton to stay in Anderville, awaiting further investigation. He’s also advised not to call his friends in Mouseton, for people can overhear his phone calls with ease..
A few months become more than a year, and when Mickey is finally allowed to leave this terrible city and go home, he barely escapes an attack of a hitman someone send after Mickey. He than chooses to stay in Anderville, to protect his friends and beloved ones back in Mouseton.
The first time Mulder came close to telling Scully he loved her
was not the night Stella told him to do so. It was also not over a
bouquet of flowers at a candlelit restaurant, the two of them smiling nervously
at a wobbly table as a waiter placed a plastic pie slice under the leg.
It was not on a navy blue night beneath the stars, backs against the warm
hood of a car, her gaze following his finger in awe as he pointed here and
there. It was not sitting side by side in a movie theater, her little
hand reaching over to place pieces of popcorn on his tongue while he pretended
to be annoyed that she wouldn’t let him hold the tub. It was none of the
times or places Mulder had been telling himself he was waiting for.
Instead, it was in a standard-issue Ford Taurus the color of a
curbside TV screen, seats that stunk of the four-month-old coffee spill that
was still holding a grudge over its gruesome demise. Mulder was driving
under the influence of a splitting headache having lost a coin toss. It
was one of those days they’d come up so short, run in such perfect circles,
that neither of them could face the finality of turning that key, pulling up
that emergency brake.
Of course, sometimes Scully’s mere presence, her sticky red lips
and stiff-postured strut, was enough to make unromantic settings seem romantic.
After all, that’s how he’d fallen in love with her in the first place.
Freezer lockers in Alaska, rocks in the middle of monster-infested lakes,
sometimes even his crusty basement office went pink and fuzzy late at night
when she looked up at him a certain way. This wasn’t like that either.
Yes, he’d almost gotten high on a single toke of her perfume when
he leaned over her shoulder to study the gravesite earlier, but that cautiously
applied dab had long faded. And yes, he’d pretended this morning that the
umbrella was narrower than he knew it to be just so he could hook his arm
around her waist and iron the curve of it against him, but that drizzle had
long since dried up. By the end of the day, she was just his partner,
someone who argued with him compulsively and who always had to pee and yet still
never wanted to stop when he did, someone he’d have been happy to hand a bus
pass had there been any buses to take.
She slouched beside him performing a symphony of chap-lipped sighs
as the radio station – the one she’d decided was her best and only hope about
ten minutes ago – failed her with its sorry static and decades-old
songs, the stubborn soundtrack that belonged to every dark, lonely stretch of
land he’d ever been to. The last thing he expected, fifty miles from the
nearest sign of civilization and twelve hours from the nearest decent mood, was
to remember he loved her.
So far he seems to be a dream! An illusion! Created from the depths of Sana’s subconscious.
An answer to the question “Is there really anyone out there worthy of Sana’s
love and attention?”
the moment the answer seems to be no. Which is sad. I really like Yousana. It’s
the cutest ship. And he seems seemed to make Sana so happy.
the question is, why does Yousana feel so…wrong? Why most of the viewers are so
suspicious of Yousef? He’s nice. We all like him. We all agree that he’s a good
person. Elias (my bro!) agrees!But
for some reason, since the day we saw the very first photo of him, everyone had
other plans for Yousef than him being Sana’s love interest. So many good
theories on that. We all thought this might be a case on unrequited love or
love triangle or just Sana imagining the obvious interest Yousef shows.
is a theory based on the assumptions made in this post.
of The Elvebakken case: I think Mikael lied. He’s not the one Even kissed.
theory: Whatever happened in Elvebakken is actually about Even and Yousef. I
think Yousef kissed Even or vice versa.
us go way back!
2015. The balloon squad has a hazy number of members. Most probably: Elias,
Yousef, Mikael and Even.
know that Mikael and Even were best buddies. But it also seems Yousef and Even
were very close. If we listen to what Yousef himself said about Even, he was
just “a guy they used to hang out with.”. But going by the story Yousef himself
goes on to tell and photo evidence, they seemed to have been closer than that.
your religion is a huge deal. I would know. I went through it. It comes with a
lot of baggage. It comes with doubts and years of not-being-here-anymore-but-not-there-yet-either.
It’s also not a decision you make one night and execute the next day. It’s a
process. So even if there are catalysts, none of these things can be the
reason™. So when Yousef says he doesn’t believe in Allah because of what
happened with Even, it’s not that I don’t believe him but I think it wasn’t the
think what happened in Elvebakken is that Even was probably discovering his
sexuality.Based on the very little that we know we mainly think that
he struggled with it back in Bakka. He kissed/or was kissed by one of his
friends. The feelings were not returned(?) and somewhere along the way he got
the idea that something was wrong with him and he could cure it by reading the
Qur’an and what happened was that he saw all those verses in it that condemn
homosexuality. This led to his suicide attempt and Yousef was so deeply
affected by this that he abandoned religion for it. But weird thing is Mikael
who was supposedly smack in the middle of all this, felt nothing!
just look at that kid’s face! Have you ever seen anything as pure as Mikael?!
He’s so sweet! There’s no way in any of the parallel universes that he is a
heartless person, completely unaffected by Even’s issues from before. But
whatever he feels, he is guilt-free. Someone else however, looks hella guilty.
I think Mikael is a super good friend to both Even and Yousef. I think he is
the one person who actually knows what happened in Elvebakken. And I think what
he knows is this:
think Yousef was also questioning his sexuality. It is very likely that he and
Even had feelings for each other(maybe?) they kissed once. And maybe Even took
it a bit more seriously and tried to kiss Yousef again. Maybe someone saw, but
wasn’t sure who it was that they saw. Maybe rumors started flying around and
Yousef freaked out. Lashed out even, then Mikael comes to the rescue. Telling
Yousef that he’ll pretend it was him that Even kissed. They hide what actually
happened. Even goes along with it because he thinks what he did was wrong and
he feels guilty. In his attempt to fix things, he reads the Qur’an to cure
himself “just like Yousef”. Then those other things happened and by the end
Yousef felt guilty for pushing Even away like that.
he started to doubt everything. Imagine Yousef and Even going through the same
thing but Even’s experience turns outward, people recognize his struggles, he
finally accepts himself but not Yousef. He turned it inward, his struggles
hidden, a wound within him that would neither heal nor open. He hides it but it
eats away at him. So first he quietly turns his back on his religion, because
he has come to the same conclusion that Even had. Then he tries to make it work
by acting straight. But he doesn’t really want that.
what he does is he finds himself an impossible love-interest. I’m not saying he
does this consciously or out of the malice. But maybe subconsciously Yousef develops
a crush on Sana because ultimately she’s unavailable. Here’s the thing, as a
former Muslim, Yousef must know that Sana won’t really pursue a relationship
with a non-muslim. So the fact that he went for her and did so, so blatantly is
a bit odd. But if we assume that he’s trying to find an acceptable excuse for
not being in a relationship, then claiming he has fallen for an impossible
person, is both true and convenient.
is going well until Sana flat out blocks him from her life. Making it virtually
impossible for Yousef to start a romance that would eventually fail. But then
Sana invites them to a party. An invitation to be reintroduced into her life. What
happens though is that Yousef comes face to face with Even. A person that he
might have residual feelings for and at least some unresolved emotional
involvement with.(Even’s reaction is very strong too) If you look at the clip’s screen shot, he looks fine until he
spots Even then he returns to Sana with a look that clearly says “How could
you?!”. Yousef looks betrayed.While he should look at least a little pleasantly surprised, because if he was so sad about what happened to Even, seeing him supported and healthy and happy should be a good surprise.
He seems to be thinking about the safest way to
get out of the situation. Meanwhile Mikael has disappeared from the face of
earth. Probably because he hears Even’s voice and is just freaked out by the
notion of being in the same room with Even and Yousef.
what happens next is The Fight! Looking at the clip, whatever is happening
outside, Elias and Yousef and Adam, are only watching it from inside. Then
Yousef calls Sana, telling her Elias (his best friend!) is in trouble but stays
inside as Sana goes to deal with the fight between Balloon squad and boy squad.
I think because he didn’t want to face Even. I think he hides inside, his façade
cracking, his emotions all over the place, cue heartbroken and bitter Noora who
finds him attractive. I think maybe Noora made a bitter comment about
heartbreak. Maybe Yousef agreed. Maybe they found a common ground in their
heartbroken states. And then in a last attempt to prove just who Yousef really
is, he kisses Noora. The kiss however
looks a bit weird since Yousef has his hands by his side, almost unengaged in
are 180 reasons that support this theory(!):
1.Our introduction to Yousef is by his
“accidentally” left open Facebook and the photos in it. Photos that to this
day, no one can view again.
2.The metaphoric conversation with
Sana about how they play for “opposite teams”. More on that in this theory Here!
Sonja always makes her own vegan snacks for stakeouts. They smell weird. Lasalle mocks her for it, but secretly loves them.
Lasalle watches every single ‘Bama game. If they’re on stakeout, he puts the game on the radio. Percy hates this. She tells him only his grandpapa would listen to a football game on the radio, and that it’s the 21st century and he should look up the score on his phone like normal folk.
They have a special raid move they call “The Mousetrap” Nobody else on the NOLA team knows exactly how it works, although it always ends with tiny Sonja tackling someone.
They called each other “City Mouse” and “Country Mouse” so often that Brody started psychoanalyzing it and then they stopped. (They’re both wusses when it comes to Brody’s psychology mastery.) Sometimes they still call each other “City” or “Country” on the mikes when they don’t think anybody’s listening. The whole office knows.
Lasalle is always good cop, Percy is bad cop. This confuses the hell out of perps.
They spend a lot of time on stakeouts making fun of Sebastian cause he’s an easy target. He knows. Loretta told him to ignore it, but Brody is helping him plot his comeback.
Percy is the only one who can find anything in Lasalle’s desk, especially his junk drawer. He can’t even find things in his junk drawer.
Patton once talked Sonja into a shots contest at Pride’s bar. Sonja went down FAST, mostly because she’s tiny and vegan. Brody made Lasalle take Sonja home, and he ended up carrying her in because it was easier than trying to make her walk. Now Percy’s nosy 80 year old neighbor Ethel asks if Lasalle is her boyfriend every time they cross. This is how Sonja perfected the art of “no comment.”
Some illustrations for my poetry class. I wanted to do a picture book with poetry but I didn’t include the latter because… I don’t like writing……… Anyways it’s a story about a pigeon who falls in love with a colorful peacock so he takes him to live in the city with him and bring some color to his life, but the peacock’s color starts to fade as he is unable to adapt to city life, and the pigeon eventually decides to let him go. But then the pigeon discovers he has color too! My friends say it reminds them of the city mouse/the country mouse but I was lowkey more inspired by the original little mermaid ;; guess the lesson is don’t force yourself to change!