this-one-rhymed

@SmurfBts:

“Namjoon always extends his hand out first to the fans. I’m shy so I always tingle from just high-fiving wih the members (=from just reaching my hands out), but the only one whom I shake hands with and not high-five is Namjoon. Namjoon always… How should I say this? Initiate a handshake like a man reaching out his hand to a woman before dancing the tango. That’s why I, someone who is too shy and pressured to shake their hands because my hands look ugly, got to entrust (?) my hands to Namjoon like being attracted to a magnet.ㅋㅋㅋ

I remember Namjoon’s hands are big like a man’s hands, but they’re always soft and warm. Namjoon’s hands are tender and I tremble from my nerve… (It’s a rhyme…)

One time I spent hours to look for the fancam where Namjoon reached out his hand without hesitation like a prince to a fan at a fansign and kept watching it over and over ㅋㅋㅋ I’m not a pervert, ahem.

It’s still vivid in my memory, a fansign held in the winter. I was hesitating because of my shyness, so Namjoon extended his hand to me, showed his signature dimple smile and told me this.

“My hands are a little bit cold today. But still.”

↳ Sometimes Namjoon can’t reach out his hand first because he’s too focused on talking with the previous hand, so don’t feel sad when he doesn’t initiate a handshake. If you reach out your hand first, Namjoon will like it a lot and quicky take your hand.“

Mess o’ Mine

Harry X Reader: Angst, smut

In which Harry’s stolen from you and needs to fix it.

Request? No

Part 2: Mouth o’ Mine // Part 3: Mind o’ Mine


The apartment is dark, lights dimmed so you can set the mood for what you expect to be an emotional performance. Your laptop is plugged into the television and the screen is flickering, splashing colors across your face from a product commercial. Harry is across the world, about to premiere a song from his upcoming album on a popular talk show. Despite how excited you are to hear the music, you’re still nervous for him, as you always are. There’s no doubt in your mind that he’ll smash whatever he performs, but he always seems to get in his own way.

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Cherry Bomb (Bucky Barnes x Reader) Request! 🙌🏽

A/N: This is dedicated to the marvelous @ballerinafairyprincess for requesting this super awesome idea a couple days ago! ❤ I had so much fun writing this!! I’m super jealous I didn’t come up with this! I hope you guys like it! ENJOY! -Delilah ❤❤ 

Request: Hi darling! Can I make a request please? Can you do a Bucky x Reader where they go for milkshakes and she shows him how she can tie the cherry stem into a knot in her mouth (something he has never seen before). And it goes from fluff to smut just like that? 😊 

Warnings: Swearing. Graphic sex. Semi-public sex. Fluffiness. Bucky’s just having a good time.

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Do Kyungsoo // Calamity

Summary: Kyungsoo is the owner of a coffee house, and extremely adorable and fun - and he’s also one of your closest friends. It’s just such a shame that you had to ruin everything by falling in love with him. playlist 
Scenario: angst, barista!au
Word Count: 4,740

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BTS reaction to them having a hard time changing the diaper of their child

requested by anon


Seokjin

Jin would be the kind of dad that can change a diaper quick and efficiently but is screaming the entire time.

“Ok, let’s do this junior… mmaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA… and done!”

Originally posted by mscleaningfairy

Yoongi

Oh, Yoongi would be a mess. You could see on his face how uncomfortable he is the entire time, but he would try to to his best.

“Oh my frick, how can a human this tiny shit so much?? Hmmm, ok, I’m done.”

“You put the diaper on inside out Yoongi. But it’s ok, we have many opportunities to practice. At least three before dinner.”

“….”

Originally posted by gotbangboys

Namjoon

With Namjoon it would be an all out warzone. He would be wearing a helmet, he would yell the entire time and sometimes, if he’s feeling especially dramatic, he would give you a deep kiss before changing a diaper.

“I did it!”

“Well, there are diapers and baby powder everywhere but at least he’s clean now. Thanks babe.”

Originally posted by ciutae

Hoseok

Hobi would be the most reliable out of the bunch. He would be pretty fast and efficient about it. The only thing he would do, is sing to your child the entire time he’s changing the diaper.

“THIS IS REAL, THIS IS ME, I’M EXACTLY WHERE I’M SUPPOSED TO BE NOW. GONNA LET THE LIGHT SHIIIIINE ON MEEEEE!”

Originally posted by yoo-ngie

Jimin

Jimin would also be very quick and secure, but he would tend to get carried away while changing the diaper.

“Oh, look at you cute little toes! Has your mom ever taught you this rhyme? One little…”

“Jimin, it’s been 15 minutes already!”

“Ok, ok!”

Originally posted by minpuffs

Taehyung

Tae would be the one to change the diaper most of the time, since he loves to spend time with your child, no matter the situation. To the point where you have to convince him to let you do something, too.

“YOU HAD HIM THE LAST THREE HOURS, JUST LET ME CHANGE THE DIAPER TAE.”

“I’M QUICKER THAN YOU THOUGH.”

“NOT THE POINT TAE. HAND OVER THE DIAPER OR ELSE…”

“Fine, I’m sorry for keeping him to myself.”

Originally posted by bwipsul

Jeongguk

Kookie would always provide very colorful commentary while changing a diaper. He would also imitate your child if it starts crying and be all around a little brat.

“Can you stop mocking our baby Jeongguk? Sometimes I’m not sure who’s the bigger child here.”

“Hey, I’m not mocking him! I’m just teaching him a life lesson. Hardship is easier to endure when you can still find reasons to smile.”

“Oh my god, Namjoon gave you another one of his parenting talks, didn’t he?”

Originally posted by hi-and-love


-Admin Krümmel

Ya’ll weren’t talking all this shit when Remy released Another One which was a flaming pile of garbage (the fact that she said “cash me ousside” & “make your head red like lil yachty” or something like that,  but ya’ll ignored it tells me a lot). Also, no one wants to point out how different shether was compared to another one (flow, rhyme scheme e.t.c) cuz then we’d have to discuss the possibility of them being written by 2 different people. 

Nicki made a smart business move which is what I expected from her. You don’t spend almost 10 years at the top of the game by making emotional decisions. Emotional decisions like like hopping on an instrumental, making a diss track, & putting that shit on Itunes without even getting permission from the owners. Now she can’t even perform it live :( 

Nicki gave Remy about a minute & 20 seconds on No Frauds which is more than she deserves tbh. Remy gave Nicki 7 minutes of fan fiction & read it over a Nas beat. Nicki could’ve easily done the same but 1) whose really trying to get some “tea” (real or fake) on Remy 2) that’s lazy.  

You know what I’ll never really get? The fact that Ron Weasley thought the spell “Sunshine, daisies, butter mellow, turn this stupid, fat rat yellow” would actually work. For one thing it was told to him by his older twin brothers who are known to be pranksters, and for another almost every actual spell is 1-2 words that sound vaguely Latin and are not a ridiculous rhyme. Sure one could argue that without going to Hogwarts he didn’t know all that spell knowledge but he grew up around Magic and would have definitely heard spells said in the household.


Mostly I’m just salty about this because I can’t hear the word “sunshine” without immediately thinking of this silly rhyme.

“What’s with the numbers?”

“It’s believed that’s how the Magpies communicate with each other, a sort of code. Have you ever heard the children’s rhyme? One for sorrow, two for joy…?”

A number 7 had been gouged into the murdered gang member’s forehead. 

“…Seven for a secret never to be told.”

Excuse

We can afford the time we lose.
“Remember the alarm you snoozed?”
We can afford the money we lose.
“Every penny you misused?”
We can afford our health we lose.
“When you turned to booze and drug abuse!”
We can afford the peace we lose.
“Thats all we see when we watch the news”

But can we afford to lose our loved ones?
Ask yourself, everytime you give them an excuse.




- The only thing our loved ones expect from us is our time. Please make sure that you give them.

-frncs

8th July, 2017

Dean said he’s straight, therefore he is (because lying about feelings is a thing he NEVER does)

The fact that I am forced to write a post debunking this particular line of reasoning makes me feel something akin to abject despair if only because it demonstrates how epically terrible a large number of people are at BASIC textual analysis. I am daunted by the prospect due solely to the fact that there is literally SO MUCH canon evidence for Dean’s compulsions toward lying and denial that I feel in some ways I cannot possibly do it justice in a single post. 

I am not going to attempt to draw out every instance Dean has ever lied in Supernatural because this post would literally be about 10 miles long if I tried. Even if I confined my examples solely to instances where he is shown (or implied) to be lying/in denial about his emotions or mental states, it would still be way too time consuming and arduous to document them all, due to sheer volume. Therefore methodologically I’ve chosen to “cherry-pick” a few examples simply to establish that Dean lying about his feelings IS a consistent, established part of Supernatural’s canon, and therefore the suggestion that his statement about his own sexuality should be taken at face value is nonsensical. 

Let’s start with the “Pilot” wherein Dean gives what has become one his signature lines “No chick-flick moments.” Translation - no being honest about feelings. Only girls do that. This moment is especially key in that it hits 2 of Dean’s consistent overlapping anxieties 1) being honest about feelings and 2) being girly, both of which are key in the argument that Dean is also PRECISELY the sort of character who would lie to himself and others about being same-sex inclined.

So, let’s skip to season 3 where Dean has made his demon deal and he has one year to live. He’s constantly putting on a facade of bravado and trying not to confront his actual feelings of terror about his impending doom. Sam tries to play along but he eventually cracks. Here’s an excerpt from “Fresh Blood” (3.07) where Sam finally calls Dean out on his denial/lying.

SAM: You know what, man? I’m sick and tired of your kamikaze trip
DEAN: Whoa, whoa, kamikaze? I’m more like a ninja.
SAM: That’s not funny.
DEAN: It’s a little funny.
SAM:No. It’s not.
DEAN: What do you want me to do, Sam, huh? Sit around all day writing sad poems about how I’m gonna die? You know what? I got one. Let’s see, what rhymes with “shut up, Sam”?
SAM: Dude, drop the attitude, Dean. Quit turning everything into a punch line. And you know something else? Stop trying to act like you’re not afraid
DEAN: I’m not!
SAM: You’re lying.
And you may as well drop it ‘cause I can see right through you.
DEAN: You got no idea what you’re talking about.
SAM: Yeah, I do. You’re scared, Dean. You’re scared because your year is running out, and you’re still going to Hell, and you’re freaked.
DEAN: And how do you know that?
SAM: Because I know you!
DEAN: Really?
SAM: Yeah, I’ve been following you around my entire life! I mean, I’ve been looking up to you since I was four, Dean. Studying you, trying to be just like my big brother. So yeah, I know you. Better than anyone else in the entire world. And this is exactly how you act when you’re terrified. And, I mean, I can’t blame you. It’s just… (pause)
DEAN: What?
SAM: I wish you would drop the show and be my brother again.

Sam asks him to “drop the show” and quit lying about how he really feels. This type of conversation has become a staple of Dean’s characterization in Supernatural. He pretends he’s handling some crisis or tragedy just fine, but inside he’s clearly panicked, or terrified, or profoundly depressed. 

In “Sam, Interrupted” (5.11) we have the brothers working a case in a mental hospital following the death of Ellen and Jo. Here are few short excerpts from that episode. 

SAM: Last few weeks you’ve been kinda worrying me.
DEAN: Oh, come on Sam, stop. Look, just because we’re in the loony-bin doesn’t give you the right to head-shrink me.
SAM: Dean…
DEAN: Ellen and Jo died. Yeah, it was a freaking tragedy. But I’m not going to wallow in it.
SAM: Dean you always do this. You can’t just keep this crap in.
DEAN: Watch me. 

Dean is fully aware and even admits to Sam that he’s emotionally constipated and that he keeps things in, rather than dealing with them. As the episode continues he has multiple conversations with a psychiatrist who actually turns out to be a figment of his own mind/monster-induced psychosis, one of which includes the following exchange.

DEAN: I am fine, okay. I’m fine.
THERAPIST: Come on, even you don’t believe that. All this pressure that you’re putting yourself under, all this guilt, it’s killing you. 

Again this is him admitting to himself that he’s lying about being “okay” that he’s not handling it. And the episode ends with Dean counciling Sam to bury his feelings in order to function.

SAM: I’m mad all the time. And I don’t know why.
DEAN: Stop…stop it. So what if you are? What are you gonna do? You gonna take a leave of absence? Say yes to Lucifer? What?
SAM: No of course not -
DEAN: Exactly. And that’s exactly what you’re gonna do. You’re gonna take all that crap and bury it, you’re going to forget about it because that’s how we keep going.

Hiding from emotions, lying to yourself, bottling up your feelings. Dean’s actual, earnest advice to his brother on how to be functional. But yes, clearly we as audience members should take all of his articulations about his feelings at face-value because he would never lie about something like that. >_>

Let’s jump to season 7, just after Cas has temporarily “died” and Bobby is trying to have an honest conversation about Dean’s feelings/mental state in “Hello Cruel World” (7.02).

BOBBY: And you? How are you doing?
DEAN :Seriously Bobby, it ain’t like he’s hexed, you know? I mean, what if it’s the kind of crazy you can’t fix?
BOBBY: Yeah, I’m – I’m worried too, but humor me for a second. How are you?
DEAN: Who cares? Don’t you think our mailbox is a little full right now? I’m fine.
BOBBY: Right. And weren’t you pissed at him when he said the same thing just a couple hours before he spilled his marbles all over the floor?
DEAN: Yeah, well. [Pours himself a cup of coffee.] I’m not Sam, okay? I keep my marbles in a lead friggin’ box. I’m fine. Really.
BOBBY: Of course. Yeah. You just lost one of the best friends you ever had, your brother’s in the bell jar, and Purgatory’s most wanted are surfing the sewer lines, but yeah, yeah, I get it. You’re – you’re fine.
DEAN: Good.
BOBBY: Course, if at any time you want to decide that’s utter horse crap, well I’ll be where I always am. Right here.
DEAN: What, you want to do couples’ yoga, or you want to get back to hunting the big bads?

Dean keeps repeating he is fine, and Bobby insists that’s “horse crap” because it clearly is. Dean makes a snarky joke because that’s what he always does when people try to talk to him about his own emotional vulnerability. Are we starting to see a pattern? How loudly and repeatedly does the show have to bang on the Dean-lies-and-lives-in-perpetual-denial-about-his-feelings drum before people finally get it?

Let’s jump to season 10. Season 10 has been something of a treasure trove of these moments. Even for Supernatural it’s been heavy on the Dean is emotionally constipated themes. This of course is highly related to him having the mark of Cain and his internal struggle to deal with it. 

10.09 (”The Things We Left Behind”) 
CAS: How are you Dean?
DEAN: Fine. I’m great.
CAS: No, you’re not.

10.11 (”There’s No Place Like Home”)

10.13 (”Halt and Catch Fire”)

10.17 (”Inside Man”)

Dean lies. Dean represses his feelings. Dean functions through denial. These are things the text reiterates over and over and over and over and over and over again. Dean is not a trustworthy narrator when it comes to his feelings. They have flat out told the audience this EXPLICITLY on NUMEROUS OCCASIONS. (Remember, these examples are only a small sample of the total number of times Supernatural has shown Dean to be a lying liar who lies)

I do not and cannot for the life of me understand why people think we should believe Dean when he says he “doesn’t swing that way” anymore than we believe him when he says he’s fine when he’s clearly NOT fine. I really am just utterly baffled by this line of reasoning. It is so facile, and so counter to even the most cursory reading of Supernatural as a text, given how hard they work to show Dean’s excessive propensity for lying, “repressed feelings” and denial.