I just don’t get how anyone can love one Winchester and hate the other. Sam would chew you out for talking bad about Dean. Dean would kick your ass for talking bad about Sam. I don’t get it. How can you hate the person who the person you love loves the most?
The Artemis Fowl books advocate for the environment, deal with misogyny in the workplace and the need for feminism, and has some of the best character development arcs like ever over the span of eight books. Also, there’s magic and fairies with guns and time travel and a whole lot of sarcasm and really no downside to reading them
lance’s frustration with not being listened to in the last episode of season 4 is not casual and it’s something he’s been holding in for a long time. he’s starting to realize something’s wrong with shiro and he’s gonna be the one to figure out he’s fake and then he’s gonna immediately alert keith and they’re gonna have an heartfelt moment where he’ll convince keith to come back thanks for coming to my ted talk
“…It’s great when they do appreciate what you do, and no matter what you do there will be some people out there that do appreciate it. But frankly, those that don’t, it doesn’t matter if it’s your own personal enjoyment. You gotta take what you have, and you gotta, like, appreciate it for what it is and you gotta let it grow inside you for the personal growth that it is and not for everyone else.”
An important message and one that I think a lot of people need to listen to and understand (x)
do you ever think that each and every member of nct being together is fate?
like, think about it for a second.
taeil got into sm at the same time he got into the university he had always wanted to go to. he knew he had to pick one, so he picked university. but after a while, he realized nothing would make him as happy as he felt when he sang. so he quit university, and joined sm instead.
taeyong was street casted. do you know how insane it is to think that sm street casted someone as talented as him? he’s an amazing rapper, dancer, and vocalist with an incredible stage presence. it’s almost unreal to think he entered the company by chance.
haechan’s dream to be a singer came by complete coincidence. he couldn’t sleep one night, so he turned on the tv. as soon as he turned it on, the music video for shinee’s replay came on. it sparked his desire to sing on stage, so he auditioned. and he got in.
since predebut, fans were not expecting the minis to end up debuting with the hyung line because of the age difference. but despite nct’s crazy unit and rotational system, it was made so that trainees of all ages could join as members. imagining nct without the younger members seems impossible now. i will never not be glad that sm kept the sr15b together in one group.
winwin practiced traditional chinese dance in one of the top three art schools in china where he got street casted. he had doubts, but decided to go to korea for a month to check it out. in that one month, he knew that this was what he wanted for his future. he himself said he believed it was destiny that he joined sm.
johnny trained for nine years. he’s been in the company for a long time, and probably had doubts on if he would ever debut. i think he wasn’t put in exo for a reason. because although exo is crazy popular and johnny would be extremely well known, nct suits him so well. he has grown so close to the other members, they’re practically his family now.
chenle was a singer in china. he had his own solo albums, and even his own solo concert before he even joined sm. he had a career set for him, but instead he moved away from home to a strange country to become an idol. even we, as fans, were not expecting him. but now, i can’t see nct without him.
i don’t know. i’ve never really believed in fate or destiny. but i think if it’s real, this is what it looks like.
Keith & Shiro are pretty tactile with each other, but
there’s still a level of formality
their interactions that just screams “not familial” to me. Like,
there’s too much gentleness to their touches. Like they’re both too reserved. Like there is too much respect.
If they mean to
portray their relationship as strictly brotherly, more teasing
would be welcomed. More of Keith speaking up his mind, recalls of old times, maybe a light shoulder punch, bro-fist, or ruffling hair. Definitively more of THIS:
But they’re not. Really. Like. That.
this point, Shiro is “like a brother” to Keith–a person with NO
siblings, because that’s the closest he can admit to feeling love
toward someone else.
think it’s okay to interpret it as him being unfamiliar with the
differences, having nothing to compare it against to know himself if
that’s all there is to it.
it’s also true that you can
have intense platonic feelings toward someone, & love someone
deeply without the romantic attraction. (I mean, Kamina &
Simon come to mind because Simon was intense to the point of spending
hours carving figures of Kamina. Okk. That’s some devotion)
the end, however you chose to interpret Keith and Shiro,
familial/platonic or NOT, it’s undeniable that what they have for
each other is Love.
it could be any kind of love. Familial?
Friendship? Possibly romance? Yeah, any of those is fine.
It is Love.
it’s just so tender…
it doesn’t have to be romantic, but they
are not really brotherly, they just don’t seem comfortable enough for that.
But they ARE close friends, on a level that’s pretty unique &
say, even if sheith was never in the plans to be endgame, I’m still
absolutely LOVING what they’re doing with their relationship.
character arcs definitively intertwined. They’ve both
influenced & affected each other deeply & will continue to do
WHATEVER it is to come about from their relationship, it
will absolutely have an effect in the story of Voltron itself.