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anonymous asked:

Why don't u like red paladin lance? I'm just curious :*

I don’t totally dislike it lol It’s more of just an emotional attachment really, like Blue was the first lion they found and picked Lance out of all the paladins. So if they all switched It just seems like it also sorta defeats that purpose and what Allura said when she states the lion chooses its paladin. Also I guess because Lance is already self doubting himself as a paladin and going into red it might make him feel like once again he’s only a replacement for Keith? Since he was already insecure about blue being taken away from him in s2. Maybe this is the thing that tips him over with the whole seventh wheel thing because he loves blue and her being taken away from him is a lot. Honestly the more I think about the more it could work, but personally I just love Lance in the blue lion so I hope it won’t be a permanent switch. lmao But I’m just gonna wait, it’s mostly just worries for Lance’s arc in s3 in general! Like if red paladin Lance is written well I don’t mind it! I’m still curious how it’ll play out. but also blue just looks so good on Lance lol

Hello everyone, it is friday and I would like to share this small section of a drawing that contains a friendly bee who is sunbathing

thank you xox

remember when ten year old edward elric bit his brother, ate two ants then had an existential crisis all within the same minute 

All jokes aside I think it’s really amazing how Hebrew was literally brought back to life by a bunch of enthusiasts and how what once was essentially a dead language is spoken nowadays by millions of people

I hear it on the streets and can’t stop thinking about how just a couple of centuries ago nobody was speaking it, and now it’s living and breathing just like any other natural language, with modern words and slang and shitty pop songs and children learning their first words in it

But it is also thousands of years old technically

This is wild

I just wonder…why don’t people believe in astrology. Astrology is literally the study of stars and how the planets intertwine. Us humans are made of the same materials as stars. It wouldn’t be a mere coincidence if we somehow develop traits based off the alignment of stars and planets. It’s a science for a reason. It involves logic and critical thinking. Astrology should be used as a guide. We are the same as stars.


No lie. I’ve been watching it for 5min straight. It’s been months and i’m still not over it.

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I suppose one of the reasons why this whole “Dwarves don’t ever farm or grow/raise their own food” thing started is because Dwarves are mountain people, and there aren’t real mountains in Britain for reference. Growing up in Germany and first learning about agriculture as a little child, the area that had the overwhelming focus was the Alps… despite living half a country away from said Alps. I forgot most of the details but I’m sure we spent at least half a year learning about cattle and plant industry up in the mountains, and really every mountain region I know of has its own flourishing industry, the exceptions being mountain regions that just don’t have anyone living in them in the first place. So yeah, especially in a possibly volcanic region such as Erebor might be farming would be the obvious thing to do. Also goats are a thing. And livestock gets kept inside during the cold months anyway so there’d be no issue keeping them inside the mountain either. It’s been years and still this “Dwarves don’t provide their own food” makes zero sense to me