this gifset was really hard to make

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Up, up and away, away from me
Well, it’s all right, you can all sleep sound tonight
I’m not crazy
Or anything

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“Jacob,” Bella begins. “I love you. You’re my best friend. But… I can’t change how I feel.” Bella’s voice is quiet, and wobbling with emotion. “Because it’ll be him. It’s always him.” 

Anguish sweeps across the wolf’s fierce face, and it’s even harder to take, Bella thinks, than if he were in human form. It is moments like these where she’s amazed by just how human Jacob is– how life exudes from every inch of his skin, even more so when he is his wolf. 

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“Everytime I see you,the more different you become. So I should start disliking you…but strangely, I like you even more”

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Narkik Weekend - Day #2  Narkik // Inukag 

From @narqueen amazing analysis: “One of the major themes of the series is the conflict of fragmented identity; this is embodied the best between inuyasha versus naraku - inuyasha, who struggles internally with the desire to be a half demon and his humanity & love for kagome, compared to naraku, who struggles physically (by constantly shape-shifting his body) to shed himself of his humanity & his love for kikyou. this literary archetype is called the shadow - a formidable opponent who mirrors the darker psyche of the hero; a character to both compare & contrast with the hero.

in fact, inukag and narkik are one another’s “shadows” - the relationships themselves are nearly-perfect contrasting mirrors of one another.”

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every mitch outfit: ptxperience edition (part one) // (part two)

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DRESS DOWN.

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The8 to Hoshi: Let’s work hard on exercising together. To show our fans a cool image kkk (even though you’re already cool!) Thank you for always listening well when I talk~ Having someone like hyung next to me is really great~ Let’s be together in the future too~

[credits: luxury time, another level, made with pride and all of hoshi for the fancams. jiljil2_971107 and doogii-pd for the caption]

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Asoiaf AU: Sansa Stark and Margaery Tyrell
(requested by anonymous)

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Just because you are making me very sexually confused does not mean that you are intimidating!

anonymous asked:

Hi, I love you blog and your edits. I was wondering if you could possibly do a tutorial on how you make your solid colored background gifs like you did in in your most resent Sansa meme gif set? I am so horrible at it. If not that's fine but if you could thank you in advance. :)

omg thank you sweetie!!! (if anyone’s curious this is the gifset) of course, i’d love to, these are some of my very favorite types of gifs to make. it may be kinda hard at first but once you get used to it it’s really fun! i hope this helps x 

HOW TO MAKE GIFS WITH A SOLID COLORED BACKGROUND

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Stiles and Derek have been friends forever (as well as being secretly in love with each other). All of their friends are hoping they can finally get together in time for prom and are willing to push as hard as they need to in order to make it happen. (It takes an equal amount of kind pushing from their friends to get Derek to propose five years later, but Stiles and Derek could never find it in themselves to be angry since it worked out perfectly for them).

Sterek Campaign Graphics Battle Round #6 (x)
maybehonestly vs dereksqueen
Gifset: AU

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You don’t know who’s falling for you when you’re not looking.

Bellamy and Clarke: Emotional Chaos and Clarity

I’ve got a bunch of vague thoughts about the gun scene in 411, most of them “what happened in editing because that was a weirdly anticlimactic way to end things,” but then I saw this gifset and it crystalized a lot of what I’ve been thinking about, because really, what that scene did was show us Bellamy sizing up Clarke’s character at a pivotal moment and betting everything on being right about her– despite the fact that he’s been wrong about her before.

I’m too lazy to find it right now but a few months ago I wrote a meta on how Clarke functions as an agent of chaos in Bellamy’s life, largely because she keeps upending who he thinks she is.  Early in s1 he thinks he has her figured out (spoiled princess, can’t make the hard choices) and then bam! she mercy kills Atom and he has to figure her out all over again.  He manages to recategorize her (steely-willed co-leader-but-not-friend) and then bam! Clarke advocates for him to Jaha and he’s back at square one.  She does it in s2 when she hugs him and goes from “maybe friend but mostly ally” to “definitely friend,” and then again when she tells him she can’t lose him too and puts him on the same emotional level as Finn.

And then almost immediately she turns around and sends him on a suicide mission.  Those first few moments of surprise are positive developments, as Bellamy has to readjust his understanding of Clarke to include her as a person he cares about and who cares about him in return.  But then she sends him into Mount Weather and he starts to doubt that she cares about him at all.  The big, relationship changing moments they have from the second half of s2 and throughout s3 are mostly variations on the theme of “Bellamy knows he cares about Clarke but is unsure if she feels the same way.”  (My opinion is “yes she does she’s just a lot worse at showing it,” but that’s largely besides the point.)

The point, however, is that from the moment Clarke sent Bellamy into Mount Weather to the start of s4, Bellamy had been largely unsure of how much he means to Clarke.  But as s4 has taken pains to show us, Clarke cares about him a lot and now Bellamy knows it.  She thanked him in 401, backed his decision with the hydrogenerator, put him on the original list for the bunker, and told him he was special in 406.  But then Clarke goes and does something he can’t understand and steals the bunker in 410.  He’s furious with her and can’t quite believe she did it, and in 411 he decides he cannot support her at the cost of Octavia and Kane and outright challenges her on it.

And now we arrive at the gun scene.  She fires a warning shot and Bellamy is startled, but then he turns around and refuses to back down.  He reminds her of the other times he’s stood by her when making painful choices and when she won’t relent, Bellamy asses the situation and decides to gamble it all on one fact:

Clarke loves him too much to kill him.

Now, I want to point out the importance of him saying “you’re gonna have to make it a kill shot,” because I think he does suspect she has it in her to shoot him in the leg or something, given the fact that she seems to really believe everyone will die if he follows through.  And I do think he has some doubts in his mind because Clarke is constantly surprising him, and I think Bellamy internally doubts his place in her heart constantly.  But in this very moment, he bets everything on her caring about him and he’s proven right.

There’s a lot in that scene that didn’t land, mostly because there was zero follow up to that moment.  I don’t know if it was a writing choice or an editing choice (although I suspect it was the latter) but I do think the point of that moment was “Clarke cares about Bellamy and he knows it,” which is a significant development in their relationship, no matter the conflicts that lie ahead.