this frigging scene

So I watched the Globe’s new Romeo and Juliet and it was…….. really bad.

anonymous asked:

hello darling~ can i ask for a scenario of bakugou and aizawa (separately) with their s/o which is very good at drawing? thank you so much and stay awesome~

Hello dear! And of course you can =) I very much hope I could answer your request well enough and that you’ll like it!


Bakugou:

Bakugou lies back on his partner’s bed and he feels drowsiness creep along his spine from the long day. It’s quiet in the room, aside from the soft scratch of pen against paper and some music playing in the background.

He rolls over to look at his partner, who is sitting beside him and sketches, their drawing book propped up against their knees. They look focused and Bakugou just watches them for a moment, before he sits up.

“What are you drawing?” He asks, leaning over.

His partner glances up with a smile and tilts their book enough that he can see. They started sketching some sort of fight scene.

“It’s frigging good. The poses and shit are all correct.” He says and props his chin on their shoulder, leaning against them.

His partner grins and he can see the happy and pleased shine in their eyes as they turn back to their drawing. Bakugou watches them as they draw line after line and the whole scene comes to life more and more.


Aizawa:

He has finished reading over some papers and preparing for tomorrow’s lesson, when he looks over to his partner. They sit on the couch beside him, sketchpad and pencil in hand and a look of concentration is playing across their lips as they draw.

Putting his papers away, Aizawa gets up and draws his love’s attention to him.

“Done for today?” They ask with a soft smile and he steps over to them. They lean up to meet him in a kiss and he hums.

“Yeah, I’m done. What about you?”

They let him see the landscape they’re drawing and then shrug. “I’m going to finish this in a bit; do you want to go to bed first?”

Aizawa thinks about it for a moment before he gestures to the TV. “Do you mind if I watch a movie? We can go to sleep together later.”

They grin a little and nod. He settles into the couch beside them and switches on the TV, while they turn back to their drawing. Aizawa lowers the volume a little and relaxes back, while he looks for something interesting to watch and his partner continues drawing. Their sides are touching softly and the air between them comfortable and warm, at ease.

James Le Lacheur as Scorpius Malfoy: Part One

Yesterday I had the immense pleasure of seeing James’s debut as Scorpius. I didn’t know when I bought the tickets on Monday that there would be a cover on, although I had been wildly speculating based on absolutely zero evidence that Anthony might be off this week. When it turned out to actually be true I was really very excited! 

Because I was sitting in returned seats (I was up in the balcony) I can’t give you massive amounts of details about facial expressions and things (which I’m very sad about), but below are all the notes I can muster, and of course, if there’s anything I don’t cover, feel free to ask! 

I can never stop typing once I’ve started these notes, so again this will be split into two parts! Part two can be found here

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Find yourself someone who looks at you the way Alex Danvers looks at pizza.

(I feel you Danvers…)

People always tell you that when you fall in love, ‘you just know.’ As a kid I always wondered how that could be possible. You can’t know something you’ve never felt. And I never understood why no one would ever tell me what it felt like to be in love. Do you get butterflies? Does the world really stop, and do the birds sing?

I believe there is a difference between loving someone and being in love with them, and I think I loved you the moment I saw you. But falling in love with you? That’s been a learning experience.

I don’t know when it actually happened. Was it so slow I didn’t notice, or did I just ignore the signs? But there we were, sitting in a dark corner of my favorite book store. And you were reading and we were laughing and for a moment I realized I never wanted that second to end. I wanted to freeze time and I wanted to watch you laugh forever. I suddenly wanted you to know what I wasn’t sure of myself.

I think the reason nobody ever tells you what being in love feels like is because no one knows. Love isn’t some set definitive, you can’t pull it out of the dictionary and expect it to apply to you. And I think I realize that now. Nobody ever tells you, because it’s always changing and evolving. I’ll never love you the same as I do this instant, because we’re constantly changing as people. Different days and thoughts and interactions with our environments.

Some days my love for you makes me want to sing from rooftops, and smell the roses. And some days I just want to sit in comfortable silence with you. And some days I want to flick you off, because you’re a huge, adorable jerk and I hate you.

What I’m beginning to realize though, is that love doesn’t feel like anything, because love isn’t a thing. It’s a person.

I don’t think I ever fell in love with you. I think love walked right into the room, offered his hand and asked me to dance.

—  – J. B. “You Pushed Me And I Can’t Get Up” (originally posted by x)

I just thought of the most beautiful scene that could happen in the Psycho Pass movie.

Just picture this: Akane just escaped from some crazy shit (as usual) and there’s smoke everywhere. As she tries to get out, a figure comes into sight. Thinking it might be an enemy, she puts her guard up and points her Dominator. Then, time starts to pass so slowly as if it could freeze. The figure becomes clearer and clearer with each second. Finally, a face comes into view. At seeing it, Akane’s eyes widen incredibly. Her cheeks flush a dark red. Little tears begin to stream gently down her face as her lips part as if to call out. The Dominator falls from her hands and drops to the ground with a thud. Before the Inspector realizes it, her knees and entire being is shaking intensely as the figure continues walking towards her. It had been over 2 years. So long since she’d seen that face, those handsome features she adored so much. Akane chokes out something that’s barely a whisper. As the figure appears about 10 feet in front of her, Akane’s tears grow bigger and her fists clench at her sides, hardly unable to believe it. She had dreamed of this, but always, just always before she could run to him, the dream would end. Akane shuts her eyes a moment, thinking once she re-opened them, then the figure before her would be gone. She was so sure of it. So positive it was just another dream. But then a husky deep familiar voice echos out,

“Inspector.”

Akane’s eyes shoot wide open and the figure now stands over her, not even 5 full feet apart from each other anymore. Unable to hold back anymore, Akane falls forward into the figure’s arms and begins screaming. Only one word escapes her as she sobs on and on…

“Kougami.”

———-

KYAAAAAAAAAAAAAA WOULDN’T THAT BE LIKE THE FRIGGING BEST SCENE EVER?!!?!? *DOKIDOKIDOKIDOKI*

Friends, I am pissed off. I am pissed off and it is 1:45 am. I am pissed off because of math and because of Mean Girls.

I am pissed off because of what an uninformed travesty this is.

You know what I’m talking about. Everyone on this site knows what scene I’m talking about. And I’m here to tell you that this scene got just about everything wrong except the answer.

The following is a rant of utmost nerd rage. It is a rant of someone who was happily submerged in the storyline until this absolute nightmare hit. You do not need to know calculus to read this rant. I will explain everything necessary, and will not explain anything that needs more than two sentences. 

I am captain of my school’s math league, and I am pissed.

For starters, here is the problem

Simply put, a “limit” is the value the graph equals almost at the given point (0). It must equal this value from either side of 0. It doesn’t have to equal that number AT 0, but it must “converge” there from both sides of 0. Sometimes the limit will be an actual number. Sometimes it’s positive or negative infinity. Sometimes the two sides of the graph disagree, and the answer will be “does not exist”

I want to start by saying there’s a JOKE in calculus classrooms that the safest answer is “does not exist” A LOT of limit questions have the answer “does not exist” since A LOT of limit questions target a vertical asymptote. (I’m not gonna explain this any more than by saying the limit at a vertical asymptote is very frequently “does not exist”)

———————ACTUAL REAL WAY TO SOLVE PROBLEM BELOW. YOU CAN SKIP OR SKIM IT IF IT GIVES YOU A HEADACHE———————-

1) So what’s the start to attacking a limit question? PLUG IN ZERO. PLUG IN THE THING IT’S APPROACHING Because if it equals a REAL NUMBER (and doesn’t drop out of the domain on either side) THEN THAT NUMBER IS YOUR ANSWER. (btw, if the domain issue happens. Then the answer is DNE no sweat)

Here’s how. Look at the top. Mental math. ln(1) is whatever number “e” (2.71ish) has to be raised to in order to equal one. Luckily ANY NUMBER raised to “0” equals 1, so that first part is 0. The next part, the sine part, is also 0. Any self respecting mathlete knows this.

So the top is 0-0. Or just 0.

The bottom is an identity that equals sin^2(0). Sine of 0 is 0. 0 squared is 0. So the bottom is ZERO.

So you’ve got 0/0! You know what that tells you?

JACK. SHIT. 

You can’t divide by zero, so there’s no answer for f(0), but that tells you nothing about the LIMIT ON EITHER SIDE. So you gotta do something called “L’Hopital” which is a technique that involves taking the derivative of the top and bottom separately and hoping that clears up the divide by 0 issue. (This would take too long to explain. Just trust me on the derivative part).

So now you gotta keep the x in place. The derivative of ln(1-x) is -1/(1-x). This was a combination of a derivative identity and chain rule. takes a bit of mental math. The derivative of sin(x) is cos(x).

The top has become -1/(1-x) - cos(x).

The BOTTOM (which we’ve already converted to sin^2(x)) becomes 2sin(x)cos(x) as per chain rule and derivative identities. 

So you know what we’re looking at? (-1/(1-x) - cos(x))/(2sin(x)cos(x))

it’s UGLY.

But the bottom is a recognizable identity. 2sin(x)cos(x) converts to sin(2x). So now it’s (-1/(1-x) - cos(x))/(sin(2x))

Now you plug in ALL OVER AGAIN.

(-1/(1-0) - cos(0))/(sin(2(0))) = (-1 - 1)/0

Horseshit. now it’s -2/0…not a number.

But now you have three options! Infinity, negative infinity, and DNE (does not exist). Because anything over (almost) 0 will shoot to an infinity. If the sides don’t agree on WHICH infinity, it’s DNE.

So now you take that denominator (sin(2x)) and plug in a number JUST BARELY ABOVE 0, AND ONE JUST BARELY BELOW 0.

The important thing is that the sign changes. It’s positive if you plug in 0.0000001 and negative if you plug in -0.0000001

So on the left, it’s a negative over a “negative 0”, which shoots to positive infinity. on the right it’s a negative over a “positive 0”, which goes to negative infinity. They don’t agree, so it’s DNE.

——————————MATH SECTION OVER!!!!!!!!————————————————

YOU GUYS SEE HOW MUCH WENT INTO THAT? IT’S A LOT TO DO MENTALLY. I WAS DOING IT MENTALLY AND HAD TO TALK IT OUT WITH MYSELF FOR LIKE 5 MINUTES. WHICH IS ABOUT A BAJILLION TIMES LONGER THAN EITHER GIRL.

IT’S RAGING TIME.

This girl has my UTMOST HATRED. BECAUSE HER ANSWER MADE THE LEAST SENSE IMAGINABLE.

NEGATIVE 1 SHE SAYS. -1! WOW. HOW?! WHY?!

BECAUSE EITHER—SHE PLUGGED IN 0 AND FORGET HOW SIMPLE TRIGONOMETRY  WORKS TO SUCH AN EXTENT THAT SHE GOT BOTH THE NUMERATOR AND THE DENOMINATOR WRONG IN SUCH A MANNER THAT SHE THOUGHT IT SIMPLY EQUALED -1. (HOW??)

OR SHE L’HOPITALED IT AND…???? ?!?!?!?! I CANNOT THINK OF A SINGLE REASONABLE MISTAKE THAT WOULD LEAD YOU TO BLURT OUT NEGATIVE 1. SHE’S AN EMBARRASSMENT. I’M REVOKING HER MATH CARD.

But CADY. Cady is so much worse because her MENTAL MONOLOGUE MADE NO FRIGGING SENSE. 

1) She says “How come I can’t remember anything about limits?”

HOLD THE FUCK UP CADY. That’s like getting into the pilot seat of a plane and saying “Why can’t I remember anything about how to push buttons?”

If you don’t know limits, you don’t know calculus. Go home. This is unforgivable.

2) She says “That was the week Aaron got his hair cut.” (my own emphasis)

No. No no. You do not spend “a week” on limits. You may as well spend “a week” on math. No. You spend months. And even then you HAVE TO REMEMBER WHAT THE FUCK A LIMIT IS TO DO CALCULUS. 

IMAGINE TAKING ADVANCED CHEMISTRY AND NOT KNOWING WHAT AN ELEMENT IS.

“Okay what’s the molecular geometry of phosphoric acid? How many p orbitals and s orbitals in the bonds? Is it polar or non polar? What’s its conjugate base when dissolved in water?”

Cady, “Wow…why can’t I remember what phosphorous is?”

FUCK OFF.

3) THE DIAGRAM ON THE BOARD IN HER MIND.

The board says “infinite limits”, and Ms. Norbury has drawn a diagram of a DNE. THAT IS NOT AN INFINITE LIMIT. THE TWO SIDES OUGHT TO BE CONVERGING TO THE SAME INFINITY. GOD. 

4) Then this…CRINGE-WORTHY line:

“If the limit does not approach anything…then the limit does not exist!”

What. calc. class. did. you. take?

“does not approach anything” PAH. MATH TEACHERS ARE ROLLING IN THEIR GRAVES. 

THAT’S NOT AN EXPLANATION YOU UNCULTURED SWINE.

She could have said “if the two sides approach different infinities” then maybe I could let her horseshit slide. but no. “The limit does not approach anything”

  1. There is no limit. SO HOW IS IT DOING ANYTHING TO START?
  2. THE RIGHT HAND LIMIT APPROACHES SOMETHING. THE LEFT HAND DOES AS WELL. GOD. THEY JUST DO NOT AGREE.

And she says it like it’s a frigging EPIPHANY.

HOW THIS SCENE SHOULD HAVE GONE:

  • “Wow. I really was not paying attention in class. I don’t understand the first thing about calculus. I certainly haven’t tried plugging 0 in. I don’t know how to do L’Hopital. I do not understand derivatives. I know nothing about trig identities. I literally do not have the facilities to even approach this problem. But I remember some random answer my teacher said is sometimes right. I’m gonna grit my teeth and make a blind guess and hope I’m right.”

Look, I know it’s a MOVIE. I know they’re not looking to bore their audience with ACTUAL MATH. But this is just SLOPPY. LAZY. INSULTING. 

GOD. 

WOW.

UGH.

“I’m actually really good at math!” —Cady Heron, a huge freaking liar. 

Screw you Cady.

I know I’ve posted about this before but I’m gonna post about it again because

1) The picture in the old post isn’t as in good quality as this one is

2) I frigging ADORE this scene even though it’s so brief

3) In my delusional fangirl mind, THIS was the moment Kou’s feelings for Akane became apparent 

I mean, JUST LOOK AT HIS FACE AND HOW DRASTICALLY IT CHANGES AFTER HE LOOKS AT AKANE AND SAYS

“She’ll keep getting stronger, case by case” (which I translate to also meaning: “I know she’ll be just fine. I believe in her.” )

That expression. That warm smile.I mean, we’ve all seen Kou smile (in several eps, ) but he never smiled like THAT up until that moment right before he decided to leave. And actually, it’s usually more of a ‘smirk’ than a 'smile’ in the other episodes so the fact that he’s wearing a full-blown smile here is just…oh god *grabs chest, fangirling*

HIS LOVE FOR HER IS PAINTED ALL OVER HIS BISHIE FACE I TELL YOU.

He’s usually so damn stoic, poker-faced and so forth…but Akane is able to put that look on his face. She’s probably the ONLY person who can make him smile like that. Also, he was, as I said, talking about HER in this part right when he smiled like that. I’m sorry, but could it be any more obvious???

just take her already, dammit Kou

I-I just….GAHHH X//////////x I can barely handle this scene because of all these feelings