this is accurate i think

Tagging Game

Rules: List your 10 favourite characters from 10 different fandoms (in no particular order) and then tag 10 people.

I was tagged by @kahasan thank you ! (you!!!! !like chiaki!!!!;;you lieke chiakio!!!;;;;;;;;; i didn’t see your post at first bc i block the dr tag to not see spoilers for ndrv3 ;;)

not tagging anyone but if you want to do this feel free to do so !

1. Sasaki Haise (tokyo ghoul)

2. Armin (my candy love)

3. Nanami Chiaki (danganronpa)

4. Oz Vessalius (pandora hearts)

5. Maya Fey (ace attorney)

6. Nishimiya Shouko (koe no katachi)

7. Arima Kousei (your lie in april)

8. Tsunemori Akane (psycho pass)

9. Takenaka (mob psycho 100)

10. Roxas (kingdom hearts)

anonymous asked:

I'm not quite brave enough to say this to you off anon, but I wanted to thank you for creating Rooney and sharing her with us. Your character, as silly as this may sound, made me realize that I don't have to suffer through my bpd disorder alone nor does it make me a bad or less sunshiny person. I am writing this from my bedroom during inpatient. You and tea-sims have pretty much changed my life for the better. Thank you so much.

i literally don’t know how to respond to this in a way that accurately shows how much this means to me, i think caps lock keysmashing for like 12 years would be the closest thing but you deserve an actual coherent response because i appreciate feedback like this more than anything, you have no idea ;__; it’s not silly at all, it makes me so happy that you find comfort and reassurance in her character, i just..,asjdhgjkhdfkjgkjdf i never anticipated anyone would be truly this invested in anything i do so responses like this really shock me. these characters are pieces of my personality, especially the mental illnesses lol…so in a way it’s kinda like that for me too, like i can channel my experiences into my story and it makes me realize that it is possible to cope and be a good person and constantly improve myself as a human being.

you’re already brave by sending this and coming as far as you have, ily and i’m so proud of you ;___; <333

teamcamren  asked:

i think fishy is an accurate thing to say gio cause i checked the site it was a gossip site and you know what gossips sites are..

well it came out of nowhere but i do feel like there’s something wrong between lauren and lucy, the reason? i have no idea

n0average  asked:

I was thinking about how would it be Ward being vulnerable around a s/o and I think that a first it would be really hard for him, he struggles to show his vulnerable side even to his sister, so I think his s/o would stumble on him having a break down or maybe accidentally push him to tell them what's wrong and he would snap at them and act maybe aggressively? So his s/o would need to be really patient to get him to open up and talk about things? Idk what do you think?

I think that’s a pretty accurate assessment of Ward and his inability to open up emotionally. He’s been raised by Harold to believe that expressing emotions is to expose your weakness, which is tantamount to a cardinal sin in Harold’s eyes. His father would tell him that he has to be ruthless, fearless, and above all, merciless.

Ward’s partner would really have their work cut out for them, and it would probably take months for Ward to actually be vulnerable around his significant other. And as you can imagine, a lot of people aren’t that patient, so I think that’s a big reason why Ward is single and probably hasn’t had very many romantic partners.

shanicealia  asked:

i was just thinking as much as i love astrology & how accurate it can be, i also think it can be total bullshit when it comes to compatibility lol. like my sign (sagittarius) is supposedly not compatible with virgos but i fuck w/ virgos & i get along very well w/ them from my experience lol. so yeah i do agree that ppl shouldn't focus too much on ppl's signs when dating them because they can definitely be missing out. like anyone regardless of their sign is capable of being trash (or not) lol.

Exactly. Like it’s never that deep to use someone’s sign to determine if you’re going to fuck with them or not but hey I can’t tell nobody how to live their life I just know I’m not about to do no shit like that. Most of the time when I end up disliking someone it’s because of them and their actions not because their sign. Anybody can be fake and rude.

I’ve wanted to talk for So Long about the portrayal of anxiety in YOI but I’ve been having so much trouble putting together what I want to say in the most effective manner. I kept trying to come at this in a more analytical fashion, but considering that this is such a personally important topic to me, I’m going to try a more emotional approach. Something I don’t normally do.

So really, to start off, I wanna say that I’m so damn thankful for the way Yuuri is written. Really, seriously. I don’t think I’ve ever had the ability to relate more to character; Yuuri is close to a mirror of my own experiences with anxiety and it’s so fantastic to have a model of development and growth for me and people like me. I found the portrayal to be frighteningly accurate, from types of thoughts, behaviors, mannerisms… I think the episode that stood out to me the most in terms of Yuuri’s anxiety was ep7, aka Yuuri’s on-screen panic attack episode. 

The first thing I noticed was this: 

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve found myself in that exact position. I bounce my legs when I panic, just like Yuuri is doing here. Head in his hands, breathing heavily, bouncing and jostling limbs. This isn’t the Mary-Sue cutesy portrayal of anxiety–this is a real anxiety disorder. It’s not pretty. It’s not easy. It can’t be fixed with a single word or a touch or a person. Quite frankly, it’s ugly and you lose control of your body. 

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couple a thoughts about lup.

greg grimauldis. its been seventeen years and she still remembers greg fucking grimauldis. in the moment, she was trying to joke around a bit to lighten the mood, yeah, because she cant stand that much tension for that long - but its more than that, this guy who owes her money is one of the strongest connections she still has to her home. its the last public stunt she pulled before they left, theyve probably been joking about it for years. its something small, something not at all dramatic, something very much personal and - for lack of a better term - human. in a life where she and her found family are constantly hopping between worlds, its one of the few mundanities she has left to cling to.

and then theres the scene with troth and the crystal. taako was fine with murdering robots for parts, he was fine with destroying a whole world if it meant long-run benefits. he focuses on optimal outcome regardless of ethics. shes the opposite, the moral compass of the pair. she refuses to budge an inch on creating a precedent for carelessness. it felt almost like issues like this rarely surface between them - the biggest differences between them are that taako is the caution, and lup is the morality.

and this brings me to a new theory: lup is reckless, combative, loud, expressive, enthusiastic, and tries her best to do good and be good. those qualities are a pretty accurate desciption of someone else in the group, too. and i dont think its a coincidence that after they all got split up and voidfished, taako latched onto magnus so quickly: he filled the void taako could no longer name.

There are two types of shippers
  • Me: aw look how cute they are! There's so much fluff and adorable shit and I just love the little looks on their faces when they see each other assfghjklasdfghjkl

i see so much of Julia Burnsides fanart revolving around the line “this chair smells like Grandma’s” and it upsets me because when i was listening to the ep i heard it as “this chair smells like grandmas”, which implies not that Magnus built a chair that reminded Julia of her grandmother but that Julia thinks lavender smells like grandmothers, in general, and honestly i think that’s a far more accurate description of a woman who would marry Magnus Burnsides

Roommates With Draco Part Four
  • Part Four: An Issue Arises
  • Draco, the day they moved in: Try not to fall in love with me, Potter
  • Harry: Ha, that won't be an issue, Malfoy
  • [one week later]
  • Harry, flooing Hermione: THERE IS AN ISSUE
Writing Science Fiction: Tips for Beginners

We’ve seen a lot of science fiction stories over the past year or so. It’s not like they sci-fi ever went out of style, but it seems to be gaining popularity recently.

For some, writing science fiction might seem like a daunting genre to break into. Do you need to know complex mathematical equations? Do you need to know exactly how space travel works? Did you need to major in astrophysics?

Sure, those things don’t hurt, but they’re absolutely not necessary. You can write a great sci-fi novel without years of research. And you can tell a really interesting story, even if you’re not a science pro.

Here are a few tips to get started:

Consider ‘What-if’ Scenarios

This isn’t just a great rule for sci-fi novels, but I think the best ones use this approach. Start off with a simple what-if scenario. For example: what if we lived on a world made of ice? What if in this particular world only consisted of women? Obviously, you’ll need to expand on those scenarios and spend time really developing what those caveats would mean, but you get the idea.

Start with a small what-if scenario and brainstorm!

Figure Out Your Rules

I don’t think writing great sci-fi depends on being 100% scientifically accurate ALL THE TIME, but I do think you need to stick to your own rules. Whatever is a hard rule for your own universe, it’s important to keep it that way. Does your world have ships that can travel quickly from planet to planet? Sure, that’s great! Figure out your own rules for space travel and develop your world. How do the inhabitants on one planet act/grow/eat/interact compared to the inhabitants of another? Spend time developing these ideas!

No Info Dumps!

Sometimes when people write science fiction, they tend to explain their universe all in one big info-dump. Don’t. This is boring and it does nothing to serve your story. Slowly reveal information. Every plot point in your story should serve a purpose. Develop your characters through the action and show off your worlds through them. Get creative.

Keep it Vague

If you’re unsure about the science of something, write to your strengths. Don’t understand how space travel works? Maybe your MC is put to sleep during a long trip. This is just one example, but try to figure out a way to make it work for you. Maybe avoid space travel altogether if it doesn’t serve your story.

Listen, this isn’t a substitute for research, but I also don’t want you to avoid writing science fiction if you just don’t get a lot of the concepts involved. If you’ve got a great idea for a story, work it out to fit your style. Science fiction is a great platform for unique and compelling character studies, so don’t get scared off! You don’t have to write hard science fiction in order to write a good novel.

-Kris Noel

  • Bully: I hate you.
  • Boruto: Whatever.
  • Bully: Your father is a shit hokage.
  • Boruto: Kay.
  • Bully: Your Mo-

well, here’s ten minutes of aaron tveit’s top most embarrassing, dweeby, awkward, nerdy moments


This was Macen’s idea, I’m glad he got to live to see it through. Thanks, Scott.