this is the first thing that occurred to me when i saw it

On Yuuri and Makkachin

We saw through the series the bond between Makkachin and Yuuri, the first meeting was a happy Makkachin approaching Yuuri, and then following him when he was running or training (with Victor or not). We saw that the two of them has a deep bond, and I know that Yuuri isnt the kind of person to replace one nail with another (like to see Makkachin as another Vicchan), because he knew that. So chapter 8 hit me like a truck OF FEELS

Yuuri recieves a call of Mari, saying that Makkachin is very sick. 

Yuuri then remembers Vicchan, We would think that he will break up, remembering such tragic events that occurred on his last Grand Prix.

But, the next thing he does, is call Victor, to go to Japan to see his beloved dog.

He didnt break up, mainly because he didnt want Victor to suffer like he did. Believe me, when you lost a pet and you didnt have the chance to say farewell or goodbye is the worst thing ever, you feel disappointed, hurt, regret, it instantly hurts you, knowing that you could be at their side, saying that everything will be okay, that this will last a few minutes even if it was a lie. 

So I feel very surprised and amused, at how strong this boy is, at how he can surpass his fears to protect the beloved one. He didnt want Victor to be through that, not like him. He put his fears of performing alone aside, to let Victor go to Japan. To face a competition alone in a foreign country without support (and we know how much Yuuri needs it, even after his development). Victor wolud think that it wasnt that bad (haha lies) but Yuuri doesnt think that, he knows this matter with Makkachin was important.

And it hit me, I couldnt do that, the death of my dog still affects me, But Yuuri was so brave, he insisted, and he didnt think it twice and that so admirable, so proud at how far Lil pork cutlet is doing, and im not the only one surprised :’)

bless chapter 8, bless

I lay in bed, cluelessly staring at the faux stars plastered on my wall, wondering when was the exact time I told myself that I love you. Then it occurred to me, that maybe it was when I first saw your eyes and how they seem sad even though you’re smiling. Maybe it started when I heard music when you laugh and I saw poetry when you talk. Or maybe it was in the little things you do, or the constant throbbing of my heart whenever I will hear you call my name. Maybe the moment I told myself I won’t fall in love with you, is the day I came to realize that I already did.
You know, seeing you sure brings back a few things ...

What things, exactly, Lando? 👀

OK, so I want y'all to look at this gif right here:

Originally posted by jedichirrut

So when Lando hugs Han first, Han looks flustered and you can see his eyes move around frantically. He’s blushing, but also looks like he’s actually considering it, whatever he’s being told. What does Lando do in that time? He’s whispering in Han’s ear. I bet it’s Lando reminding him of the last time they saw each other, where I’m sure something-something must have occurred, if you catch my drift 😎. Or maybe he’s telling Han how good he looks. When Lando moves away, Han gives him an intimate smile which Lando returns and they start swaying in their hug. SWAYING. How is that platonic? At the end of the gif, you can see Han leaning into Lando’s cheek, as if he’s about to nuzzle him. Also throughout the hug, Han’s hand is holding Lando’s cloak tightly. He doesn’t want to let go …

i saw some anons in the DID community telling survivors they had to confess the details of abuse to their family members (ones who werent involved) and turn in their abusers, that it’s “not that difficult.”

first of all. fuck you. stop trying to force people online to do things they arent ready for or arent in a position to do.

second, let me explain why it’s not that fucking simple because

  • we were CHILDREN when the abuse occurred
  • we were threatened or intimidated into keeping abuse secret
  • we were taught to be ashamed if the abuse came to light
  • not all abuse is illegal (nothing illegal occurred in my abuse)
  • some survivors still are under threat of their abusers
  • some abusers were parts of organizations
  • many of us cannot prove the abuse occurred 

“but if you came forward, it would prevent it from happening to more children”

ITS. NOT. THAT. SIMPLE.

Dear JK Rowling,

(**warning: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them spoilers***)

When I was little I read Harry Potter for the first time. I can’t tell you what it meant to me on so many levels, but there was one particular thing that resonated. Harry was a boy who got locked in his room, who got shouted at, who was crushed down and made to feel unwelcome and even, sometimes, unsafe in his own home.

And he got to go to magic school. He survived those dreaded Dursleys. More than that, he triumphed. Reading about it was like having a hand to hold. 

It occurred to me, for the first time, that being shouted at and bullied at home as a kid didn’t have to mean you were doomed to be sad forever, because one day your life would be so full of other things - good and bad - that the past would barely feature in your life. The Dursleys were largely so, so irrelevant. It was great.

And now I come out of seeing Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and I am so hurt and confused. Because in Credence, you created a character that would resonate with so many people who are sad, people who are bullied, people who are forced to hide who they truly are even from those closest to them. You have undoubtedly touched some of the most emotionally vulnerable people in the world with an astoundingly good visual metaphor - a character whom the scared and the lost could easily connect to.

And then you let him die. No, in fact - you killed him.

He went without a word. He was sad and terrified, right til the end. Throughout the story, it would have taken so little to try to help him. Tina, knowing about his predicament, apparently only tracked his family following her demotion - was he not worth the risk of grabbing his wrist and disapparating with him to a safe place, an orphanage? Was he not even worth the attempt? And when the MACUSA wizards were firing their killing blows, was he not even worth an attempted protego? Useless it may have been, but God, if he had to die, show me that that abused and terrified kid was worth every gut-wrenching fruitless bloody try. 

Please, JK. I love your work. I love so much of it. But please, if you’re going to tell me a story about an abused kid, and if you really have to kill him off, please give him the slow-motion shots and the tears and the last words, give him the send-off, tell me why it has to happen, tell me how the main characters are hurt by it, tell me how they’re going to try to make it better. Please don’t give all those things instead to a man being obliviated by rain, whose amnesia is hinted to have been reversed anyway at the end.

If you’re going to do it, you’ve got to do it right. Abused people are not your emotional fodder or your plot devices. They aren’t doomed to die. Their anger and their sadness won’t inevitably lead to their fatal self-destruction. They deserve to be given reasons to hope. And they deserve to see themselves being worth every single effort to help them.

An interesting glitch occurred while playing Oblivion today.
I was trolling around Leyawiin, had just shot Adamus Phillida with the Rose of Sithis, feeling pretty good with myself cos no-one saw me and I didn’t even have to look for him I’d managed to fast travel in at just the right moment to catch him without armour.
But after he’s dead weird things start happening, no-one saw me but that guard are after me. I seem to have 40 bounty for no reason, 40 is a lot less than I would have got for being caught for murder, so what’s up. So, I deal with it, pay up, then it happens again, I randomly get a bounty of one (1!) the guard come after me again, I pay up. This happens a few times.
This time when i emerge at the castle, I am floating. I first notice this because of how slowly I am moving, I can’t jump either. When I draw my bow it seems I can’t use it, and I get a warning that I cannot use weapons, or when I tried magic, that I can’t use ranged magic underwater. Okay… it thinks I’m in water, but no breath meter. It’s weird but I can roll with it, just enter a building it will probably resolve itself.

And here’s where the true weirdness arises!
The Lich King of Miscarcand randomly arrives out of the castle doors, accompanied by two high level zombie guardians of the Ayleid city.
He is canonically very powerful and hard to kill, and I can do nothing because I’m apparently underwater, and falling and can float about but not attack.
So the Leyawiin guard have a go…
He beats the crap out of them in quick succession, but somehow, after only killing the first wave of three guards, he and the two zombies are killed in under five minutes and never even try to go for me, though I get caught in a few area of effect magical attacks.

It was pretty wild stuff and I thought it needed to be commemorated by posed corpses.

Greg taught the Crystal Gems to sing

So a thought occured to me. Ok, I know that a lot of components in the singing parts of the show are non-diegetic and that ultimately, the whole singing parts aren’t quite supposed to have some sort of backstory. But hear me out.

What do we know about Crystal Gems :

Human customs and behaviors aren’t natural for them. They keep learning how to integrate themselves in that world.

Except, we learnt that before they met Greg, they used to distance themselves from the humans.

Originally posted by the-ice-castle

Greg is basically the first human they decided to get to know and live with.

That means, that Greg was their first attempt to try and coexist with the humans. 

But what was the first thing Rose saw Greg do when they first met ? Sing.

What did he do when he deliberately came back to meet Rose again ? Sing.

The first activity the squad and Greg did together ? Sing.


So the Crystal Gems have assimilated singing as a human way to express their feeling. Because that’s the first thing that happened when they decided to get close to a human.

And that would also explain why Pearl sing sooooo much in this show compared to other gems. Almost all (if not all) her songs are aimed to Steven.

That’s because she really want to get close to Steven, and from the beginning, the gems have assimilated singing as the best way to bond together with human beings.

It has also become in some occurence their way to affirm they are now Earthlings and free (which would give a new depth to the extended opening).


My conclusion is : if Greg didn’t appear, the show would be deprived of songs lol.

Originally posted by supercerealstevenuniversegifs

Mona didn't hit Hanna with the car

As I’m rewatching 1x10 – Keeps Your Friends Close a thought occurred to me…

What if Mona didn’t hit Hanna with the car at her birthday? First off, that was NEVER confirmed and back in 2012 when Mona was revealed as “A” we were told she didn’t do two things. One of them was the massage in 2x10 so was the other? I’m starting to think it was that she didn’t hit her with the car.

Now who would’ve been the one to hit her? What if it was EZRA! Hanna was watching NOEL as he wrote that message on the back of the car, what if she also saw Ezria making out and Ezra realized this at the last minute. So he hit her with the car because he thought she would say something.

And the A text only gets sent to Aria’s phone! She knew too much could’ve been referring to Ezra and Aria!!!!

Makes sense? Just a thought!