Voltron AU where everything is the same except the Blade of Marmora episode is basically the RING OF FIRE!!! scene from Finding Nemo
Kolivan: Brother Antok, proceed. Antok: Keith! Newcomer of red and white! You have been called forth to the space between spaces to join us in the fraternal bonds of bladehood! Keith: … huh? Thace: We want you in our club, kid.
There are far too many people who misinterpret Wuthering Heights as something to be seen as romantic when it is the farthest thing from it. Jane Austen and her novels, those are romantic. Emily Bronte’s novel is Gothic and is meant to depict horrifying, unlikeable characters. We’re meant to see Heathcliff as a big giant asshole so irredeemable that he dies an asshole and never receives forgiveness from anyone nor does he ever ask for it. His love for Catherine can’t even be considered his redeeming point because it is borderline obsessive and way too unhealthy. We are not meant to sympathize with him nor really anyone in this novel. If you go into it thinking it will be some sort of great romance, you will be severely disappointed. This novel explores just how truly selfish and evil we can be as humans, the depths one can go in the name of love (a misplaced sense of purpose), and just truly the ugly side of human nature. It’s not supposed to be pretty. It was meant to be ugly in every form and that’s what makes it so great.
Genre: family fluff,
domestic fluff, just fluff in general, parent!phan, jealous!dan
Relationship status: Married
Summary: At Emily Lester’s dance classes, she notices that some of her
classmates’ mums like to compliment her papa, who always comes with her to
rehearsals. Don’t they know that’s her daddy’s thing to do to her papa?
Sam: I FUckiNg LOVE anmimals h oly SH IT
Chris: phone phone phone phone phone
Jess: therefor fucK ME IN THE ASS CUZ I love Jesus
Emily: *bitch noises*
Matt: yes man
Mike: loveable asshole
Josh: wake me up wake me up inside I can’t wake up wake me up inside save me
Stranger: this mountain belong to the WONDONGOS
tumblr is so great because you can reach out to the blogs you view as basically celebrities an like virtually bop them on the head saying, hey i really like you, and then they can respond like woah god just talked to me @boringkilljoy