the only acceptable ending

I think I will only accept a lion shuffle if it’s literally everyone ends up with a different lion.

Like, oops, Allura was actually TOTALLY FUCKING WRONG about EVERYONE because she had literally just met them 20 minutes ago.

Black - Lance (sure okay why not let’s give it a shot I’m down to clown, develops leadership qualities, this is reminding me of the pirate captain from Stardust for some reason, ‘the heart of the team’, Will listen to everyone and make the right call (eventually))

Yellow - Keith (Really works with his impulsiveness tbh?, The yellow lion makes him slow down and think b/c he can’t just bolt in, Will pull back and make everyone think twice, Sees the Big Picture better than everyone else on the team, No your family/Allura are not more important than the rest of the entire universe guys)

Green - Hunk (nosy, interested in learning, wants to touch EVERYTHING, will steal and read your diary and go through your files, crazy smart and eager to question)

Red - Pidge (I’m gunna BREAK INTO THE GG and SIT AT YOUR COMPUTER AND READ YOUR FILES then SCREAM AT YOU, openly impulsive and quick to temper, often takes the bullheaded approach, Will do her own thing regardless of what others think)

Blue - Shiro (The one that keeps the group together and calm, Moral support and there to listen, Will encourage you and make you feel like you can do anything)

Trying to get Jumin's bad end 2

Me: *at first feel guilty being a shameless selfish MC*

Me: *keeps choosing the insane choices but somehow keep getting +HEARTS from Jumin*

Me: ???

Me: *keeps getting plus points as Jumin actually LOVES the creepy choices*

Me: o_o




Me: ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

Me: *got bad end 2 with a special CG*

Me: i’ve abandoned my humanity and i shall embrace the eternal darkness

good ending: yuri wins gold at the grand prix, marries victor, lives with him in hasetsu, yurio wins silver, phichit is happy 

neutral ending: yuri doesn’t win gold, still marries victor, continues to work on his skating career 

bad ending: jj wins gold and marries his fiancé, yuri and victor don’t marry, victor goes back to russia and his skating career 



mm twit art dump more like im-as-thirsty-for-zen-as-he-is-for-himself-dump

commissions infos 

picture this: final scene of the final episode, scott’s talking but we don’t know to who; “a lot’s happened since you left. some good, some bad…a lot bad, actually, but a lot good, too…” and he goes on, talking about graduating, college, being a vet, his life now. and as he keeps talking, the camera pans up to reveal an aged scott. then he smiles sadly. “i miss you. i still miss you.” he bends down, putting something on the ground. and it’s a wide shot. he’s in front of allison’s grave, fresh flowers in front of her headstone. “you’d be proud…you’d be really proud.” and then he sits, and he keeps talking, and soon after, stiles and lydia join him, sitting down and sharing their lives with the girl they loved. the warrior who fell protecting her best friend.

1935 - I love you, Bucky murmurs to Steve, they are lying on the floor in Bucky’s room listening to quiet music. He’d thought Steve was asleep, so it’s a surprise when he opens his eyes, turns to face Bucky and gets that little confused furrow between his brows. Like a brother, Stevie, I love you like a brother Bucky smiles and closes his eyes. He can feel his heart beating in his chest, he feels like he has gotten away with something.

1942 - Steve fumbles to unlock the door, Bucky’s warm large hands cover his cold shaking ones. Let me Steve, he says. He easily opens the door. Steve invites him in for a drink, insisting he pour for Bucky. He drops the bottle and Bucky is right there drawing him into a warm tight hug that feels like it lasts a lifetime. Steve inhales sharply. I love you Buck. He feels Bucky’s steady breathing stutter. Like a brother, he adds and the hug continues.

1945 - Two bottles in and he still isn’t numb. He still feels everything. I loved him Peggy, fresh tears on his face, he takes another pointless swig. He was my brother. I loved him. He doesn’t notice when she leaves him to his grief.

2016 - Steve is hurt. Really hurt. The medics have been called help is on the way. They assured him- help is on the way. There is nothing left to do but wait. Bucky’s breathing gets faster, he feels the panic building up in his chest, this can’t be happening, I just got you back, Steve you can’t leave, you can’t leave me here, I love you Steve, you can’t leave me here all alone, I love you, I just got you back, I-I just got you back.

2016 - Steve is mostly healed. He is sitting on their couch in their apartment, watching their tv, Bucky’s head is resting in his lap I love you, says Steve and ducks down to kiss Bucky’s temple. I love you too is murmured back as Bucky nuzzles further into Steve thigh.

It took a moment for her gaze to find them, but when it did, Mark and Kieran seemed to leap out at her like the images from a lighted screen. They stood in a patch of moon light at the edge of the lot, Mark’s back against one of the scrub oak trees. Kieran was leaning against him, pinning him to the tree, and they were kissing.
Cristina hesitated a moment, blood rising to her face, but it was clear that Mark wasn’t being touched against his will.Mark’s hands were tangled in Kieran’s hair, and he was kissing him fiercely as if he were starving. Their bodies were pressed tightly together; nevertheless, Kieran clutched at Mark’s waist, his hands moving desperately, as if he could pull Mark closer still. They slid up, pushing Mark’s jacket off his shoulders, stroking the skin at the edge of his collar. He made a low keening sound, like a cry of grief, deep in his throat, and brook away.
He was staring at Mark, his gaze as hungry as it was hopeless. Never had a faerie looked more human to Cristina as Kieran did then. Mark looked back at him, eyes wide, shinning in the moonlight. A shared look of love and longing and terrible sadness. It was too much. It had already been too much: Cristina knew that she shouldn’t have been watching them but she hadn’t been able to stop, mingled shock and fascination rooting her to the spot.
And desire. There was desire, too. Whether for Mark, or both of them, or just for the idea of wanting someone so much, she wasn’t sure.
—   Lady Midnight

Like, I understand that in Breath of the Wild that you can optionally port in a wolf companion that is Wolf Link from Twilight Princess. I get that might be canon-optional, but I mean that’s like… like… if you take that to it’s in-universe extreme and this is the same timeline as Twilight Princess… then fucking TP Link literally did just go turn into some kind of goddamn magical immortal wolf and has been chillin in the fuckin woods for 100 years or some shit. That’s crazy. Also: I accept this as the only true ending of Twilight Princess now. Link turning into a giant wolf and just wandering into the forest. Fuck this Hero of Hyrule thing. I’m a dog now. Fuck off. 

Avatar: The Last Airbender: Aang [ENFP]


Extroverted Intuition (Ne): Aang is bursting with ideas, constantly thinking of new things to do, places to go, people to see. He’s good at attacking problems from many different angles until he finds a solution that works, and is a fast learner; he picks up waterbending so quickly from Katara that she begins to feel jealous. He is reluctant to acknowledge when he is out of options—learning earthbending (in which there is “no clever solution” and problems must simply be faced “head-on”) is especially hard for him, and it takes him a while to accept that killing Fire Lord Ozai is the only way to end the war. Even then, he ultimately manages to find another way to defeat Ozai.

Introverted Feeling (Fi): Aang tends to keep his emotions to himself. He prefers not to burden others with his emotional baggage, trying to work things out on his own. He forces himself through days of mental and moral gymnastics before finally accepting that he must violate his principles and kill the Fire Lord to end the war. Even then, he is ultimately unable to go through with it, instead choosing to try to remove Ozai’s bending—a much risker proposition. When unlocking his chakras, he is unable to let go of his attachment to Katara, even though it means he will be locked out of the Avatar State and thus at a grave combat disadvantage.

Extroverted Thinking (Te): Aang sometimes has trouble deciding which ideas are practical and which are not. He has a strong work ethic and is determined to become a skilled Avatar. As an adult, Aang is instrumental in Republic City’s foundation and growth, realising his dream of a shared and diverse nation.

Introverted Sensing (Si): Aang is deeply affected by the loss of his culture and everyone he knew before the war. He’s upset to discover the changes made to the Northern Air Temple by its new inhabitants, and when Appa, one of the last remnants of his old life, is kidnapped, Aang becomes controlling and belligerent, behaving like an unhealthy ISTJ. As an adult, Aang favours Tenzin over his other children because he is an airbender and represents a chance for Aang to reintroduce the Air Nomads to the world.

The Resolution of the Misunderstanding in Yuri On Ice

So I went on a little emotional rollercoaster with my feelings about the final episode of this amazing anime. I’ve seen it 3 times through. The first I spend mostly crying or fangirl squealing. The second I got irritated by what I still consider my only real gripe with the ending (Viktor competing and coaching next season), and only on the third did I achieved total peace with what the storytellers achieved.

Yuri and Viktor’s misunderstanding was still very much not resolved for most of this episode. And honestly, they don’t talk about it so I don’t consider this an achievement in communication. I expect hope this gets resolved next season (!!!) Yuri still doesn’t think he has any right to hold onto Viktor, much less that he can. He thinks Viktor wants to, or should, go back to skating, and he thinks retiring is the only way to achieve this outcome. Viktor, for his part, doesn’t want to leave Yuri and was probably okay with staying retired and not returning as long as it meant staying by Yuri’s side.

But that’s not how it works out. Viktor decides can come back to competing because it’s what Yuri wants, and Yuri has finally decided that his retirement isn’t necessary to bring Viktor back to skating, and that he can still stand next to Viktor. But that it takes the full episode for this to be realized, and because of this we end up with what I consider to be the best scene of this entire episode (minus the pairs-skate).

First I want to note that we finally get to see a genuinely upset Viktor. This is what Viktor Nikiforov looks like when he’s mad and upset. [Which just kind of reinforces my conviction that he wasn’t mad at Yurio in episode 10.] Seriously, I love this scene so much and I wish it was longer.

But, on to my point: Yuri didn’t expect Viktor to be upset about his announcement, because it means that Viktor can now go back to skating which is what Yuri imagines Viktor wants in the end. And Viktor is mad that Yuri is retiring, and in effect trying to separate from him. 

Yuri is somehow surprised that Viktor is having this reaction to hearing that he is retiring despite all the evidence pointing to ‘staying with Yuri’ being the only thing Viktor wants or even remotely cares about. Predictably, Viktor is hurt by Yuri trying to do what boils down to leaving him. But Yuri doesn’t understand. He can’t seem to figure out why Viktor is mad. After all Yuri probably assumed their agreement was going to end after the GPF anyways, given that was what Viktor promised he’d help Yuri win in the beginning. Yuri still can’t seem to grasp that Viktor doesn’t want to leave him, even if it means not skating competitively again.

What Viktor is most pissed about here is that Yuri is martyring himself by retiring so that Viktor will come back. Viktor doesn’t want Yuri to retire, and he especially doesn’t want Yuri to retire just so he can go back to skating.

Neither of them want the other to retire, and both seem to think that they have to retire (or stay retired) for the other to continue skating. So, in summation Viktor is upset because Yuri is trying to be a martyr by retiring which would result in their separation and Yuri is upset because he wants Viktor to go back to skating and refuses to stand in Viktor’s way. 

I’m still convinced that at this point that Viktor didn’t really have any plans to come back to skating. He really just thinks that by staying Yuri’s coach Yuri will continue skating, and they can stay together. Meanwhile Yuri is convinced that by continuing skating, and keeping Viktor to himself, he is killing Viktor Nikforov the skater. While I think is something that Viktor would be okay with, it’s is not something Yuri wants. This conflict isn’t resolved with words, instead it’s resolved through skating (this is a sports anime, after all). So, like Yuri has been seducing Viktor with Eros the entire season, he uses Yuri on Ice to seduce Viktor back to skating.

The only reason Viktor even decides to come back at all is because of the way Yuri skates Yuri on Ice. 

In this GPF, Yuri finally achieves what he has wanted all along: to able to skate on the same playing field as Viktor. He even thanks Viktor for helping him achieve it in his FS:

And Yuri decides that he wants his final skate

He is literally skating on the same playing field as Viktor by doing this. And he definitely does it for himself, but there is another reason. All Yuri wants is his idol to compete again so he ups his difficulty level to entice Viktor back to skating. He wants to show Viktor something. Viktor was enticed to fly to Japan by Yuri’s rendition of Stand by Me, and now Yuri is going to entice Viktor back to skating with Yuri on Ice.

He wants Viktor to see “Viktor Nikiforov” as Yuri sees him: The competitor that Yuri grew up loving, and wanting to compete against on a level playing field. He wants Viktor to see what Yuri loved about Viktor’s skating that is still living on inside Yuri, not the chains of the career that once choked him.

And it works. Yuri’s record breaking skate of Yuri on Ice is what inspires Viktor to come back to skating. Viktor only agrees to compete again because Yuri shows without a shadow of a doubt that it is what Yuri wants through his skating of Yuri on Ice. 

It directly, though subtly, parallels Yurio’s routine where he skates with the intent to convince Yuri to stay and continue competing. Yuri wants Viktor to compete with him, just like Yurio wants to compete against Yuri. Yuri wants to continue skating with Viktor. He just doesn’t think he can do that. He’s convinced that retiring is the best way to convince Viktor to go back to skating. However: 

Yuri doesn’t really want to retire. He just thinks that he should.

Yuri has convinced himself this is what he has to do, but it is not at all what he wants to do. Yuri wants Viktor to come back to skating, and he feels this is the only way to achieve that end. 

So Viktor, inspired by Yuri on Ice, agrees to come back, but….

Viktor doesn’t look all that happy about his decision. Not at all. He looks upset, and it’s because he still doesn’t know if Yuri is going to continue with his plan to martyr himself and retire. He agrees because it is clearly what Yuri wants, and he is inspired by Yuri on Ice like he was originally inspired by Stand by Me in April. But Viktor doesn’t want to come back it’s without Yuri. He doesn’t want Yuri to retire. He’s agreed to keep skating, but he wants to keep skating with Yuri too. And at the end of this episode he’s keeping his distance and letting Yuri work it out for himself. But he’s definitely having trouble holding it in, he even hugs Yurio tightly for emphasis. He’s upset that Yuri might still decide that not to continue skating with him. (Part of me wishes he told Yuri what he was thinking. But it is what it is.)

It’s only after Yuri says that he’s not retiring that Viktor reacts like this:

Compare it to Yuri’s face when he hears Viktor say he’ll come back to competing and you’ll notice the similarities. 

Both of them genuinely want the other to continue to compete. And Viktor is even more thrilled because it means that they can stay together.

Though it’s never really discussed, the misunderstanding is resolved. Yuri realizes that he can hold onto Viktor: it’s a combination of Viktor agreeing to come back, and Yurio’s FS that seem to convince him that he doesn’t have to retire, that it’s okay for him to want to continue skating alongside Viktor. That retiring isn’t the only, or best solution to bringing Viktor back. And Yuri convinces Viktor to come back to skating because it is what Yuri honestly wants and that Viktor doesn’t have to stay retired for Yuri to stay by his side. They both get what they want, in the end. They’re both going to continue skating, and they’re going to stay together.

anonymous asked:

Okay what if Bum finds his dildo somewhere in Sangwoo's house and uses it to practice blowjobs. Then the next time Sangwoo tells him to do it he isn't expecting much and then Bum starts and Sangwoo just dies from the suc.

I love this. And honestly death by succ is the only “Sangwoo dies” ending I’m willing to accept. 😎

so about the natm 3 tv promos

as i was falling asleep i was thinking of tablet guardians (as one does) and i remembered the holiday tv promos (more specifically, this one

 and then i realized that lance and tilly were in them 

originally i was confused because “wait why are they in new york" 

but then i realized

its post natm 3 

larry daley is in his night guard uniform

he came back

“To arrive at the Pure Land, the deceased has to go through a middle plane of existence, where other people such as relatives or friends can be met. People residing in this plane are those who haven’t been able to move on because of earthly regrets or because they decided to wait for someone.”

The true epilogue for NejiTen.

Inspired by this and influenced heavily by papabay!


me: i’ve got so many things to do im so stressed and anxious and aaahhhh

me: but what if i drew every clara outfit ever