why i'm not posting this on my personal idk

Lion Swap but from the lions perspective
  • Red: Hey. Hey, Blue. Hey.
  • Blue: What?
  • Red: Lemme have your paladin
  • Blue: What? Why?
  • Red: I like him. I wanna try him out
  • Blue: But I like him :c
  • Red: Plzzzzzzzzz. You can have the Princess.
  • Blue: Fiiiiiiiiine. But I want him back.
  • Red: Thx, boo
  • Yellow: awww. That's nice. Hey Green maybe we should-
  • Green: Touch my paladin and I will personally turn you into a trash can
  • Price: I'm VERY laid back. I only care about 2 things:
  • Price: Every person on Earth and their opinion of me
  • Price: The crushing psychological weight of being alive
On Victor’s love

Okay so I was thinking about Victor’s reasons to coach Yuuri recently and I realised there is one thing I was missing while thinking about it before. You know how we are shown Victor’s eyes start to sparkle the moment Yuuri asks him to be his coach?

For me this scene was always about feeling needed - Victor was so lonely he wouldn’t even realise it until that one dead drunk skater looked at him with awe and asked for his time and attention. Of course, it was a life-changing moment. In a way, I could agree this is the moment Victor falls in love because the idea of someone wanting him, needing him, struck him so much he can’t help himself. And so I agree that Victor’s crush on Yuuri played a big part in his decision making when it came to going to Japan. However, I also believe there was a different kind of love that really determined that decision.

Because we can be sure that before he overworked himself to the point of severe depression, before being on top lost its meaning, Victor absolutely loved skating. He’s not just an athlete, he was always an artist who was able to share his passion and stories and he wanted to surprise an audience, not because of his own vanity, but because of how much he wanted to share something he loves with the world. His skating was never about winning but about sharing his love for ice skating and this is why his situation is so tragic at the beginning of the series - he probably realised at some point that it’s not only that the audience is not surprised but also that he can’t find that love in himself anymore. For me, this is why he skates a program about missing love in his life - the only story he still knows how to tell.

And then Yuuri shows up asking for a coach, for someone to help him find his love for skating again, someone who in every move shows how much more does skating means then being technically strong. Victor had always so much to give and there is finally someone who wants to and deserves to take it. 

I don’t think that Victor came to Japan only because he needed love or inspiration although he definitely found them there. But he went to Japan because all he ever wanted was to inspire and express and share and Katsuki Yuuri was the first person who could appreciate it in a way that Victor would never imagine possible. He went to coach Yuuri if only to remind himself why does he loves skating and ended up finding so much more and it makes me so happy to think that next season he’ll be able to show his love for the whole world again.

You know how casting people and directors and stuff are like “When we find the right person we just know they’re the one”

But ok consider that you have internal prejudices surrounding race gender body etc

This means that certain kinds of people don’t get to be “the one” just bc you have these aversions through societal conditioning, so y'all all never gonna get that feeling deep in you that they’re The One for that role, and that The One feeling only comes for the skinny white ppl

So like, Mr. Telsey, why don’t you work on that within yourself

anonymous asked:

soooo... if this is out of line feel free to ignore it, i don't want to overstep any boundaries. but did something happen between you and jontron? i get why he's getting so much hate (he's a bigoted dumbass), but it feels like there's maybe some personal spite when you post about him? idk, very good chance i'm misreading, or that this is none of anyone's business. i'm just curious.

dude. my dude, or dudette. pal of pals.

i don’t know jontron. i’ve never interacted or spoken to him. he’s a white nationalist asshole who’s said some fucking atrocious stuff. the only reason people ask me if there’s something personal or to prove he’s said the things he’s publicly said is because he’s a mediocre but popular dude on the internet, and i’ve had too long of a history getting shit for speaking up about assholes with popular fanbases to give a single fuck about what happens to this piece of nazi garbage. if it sounds personal it’s because i despise bigoted assholes, and maybe you should too.

Welp, I needed to make this post anyway.

ALRIGHT. So. I should have probably touched on this much much sooner, but, here are my thoughts on Link’s age in the present day for BOTW. Some spoiler warnings for those who haven’t collected all the memories!

I believe that prior to that game, the 100 years in the past, Link was no younger than 17. Here are screenshots from the game to prove that: 

Zelda is referring to Mount Lanayru and the fact that she’s waiting until her 17 birthday to get pray at the shrine. Link accompanies her. So…ergo Link is/was 17 at least.

Me personally? I believe Link is 18 just for the fact that he has so many responsibilities and from how we see him act in the memories, he’s just very mature. [[Needless to say, in my fics he IS of age just to clarify!]]

Flashforward, a hundred years later. And then we get this tidbit, CANON, in game.

Now that can be taken at a grain of salt, but I believe that is Link’s interpretation of his own age. My point is, please stop throwing around the “Link is only 15/16″ posts, especially if you haven’t played the game and are just assuming stuff.  And if people are offended because they think Link is ‘young’ why am I not seeing posts for how many people hit on Link throughout the game???? 

Also, if I see one person reblog this and try to start drama, you’re getting blocked. No fighting. 

aecw  asked:

Prompt from the post going around of sitting in the sin bin on a fighting major drinking gatorade out of a martini glass all "I'm literally such a good person and I don't deserve this" with Kent Parson.

You just keep telling yourself that, Parsnip.

(come prompt me!)

anonymous asked:

Okay so I personally don't get why people are super upset about gon and killua separating? Maybe I'm a terrible person but I thought it was a good thing. After the Zoldyck arc, Killua was like "okay I'll stick with you until you find your dad/I find something that I want to do." And HE DID he has a purpose now besides following around Gon!! It's protecting Alluka!! Idk, what do you think? That's how I always saw it and I see posts of people being really mad/sad and I get confused

Mmmm okay this is a really good ask! Here are my thoughts:

I was…devastated, pretty much, after I got to their separation in the manga. It’s really upsetting I think because after spending so much time with Killua and Gon, after seeing how much they adore and care about each other, after witnessing the strain and devotion of their relationship during the Chimera Ant arc and the lengths Killua goes through to save Gon- it’s just kind of overwhelming to witness all of that for them to part ways at the end of it.

And a part of you knows this isn’t the end end, but you don’t know how long they’re going to separate or if they ever properly talked about everything that happened with the Chimera Ants. We don’t know if they keep in contact after they separate, either.

So I think a lot of hxh fans (myself included) get upset that they separate because they don’t stay together despite how incredibly important they are to each other. There’s also the ambiguity that we don’t know what’s in their future or if they share a future at all.

On the other hand, I totally agree with what you said. It’s good that Gon and Killua separate. It’s important that they grow and seek out what they want in life because if they’re together, that won’t happen.

Protecting Alluka, traveling the world with her- that’s what Killua wants to do. It’s the first time he’s thinking about his goals and he’s putting himself first and that’s so so so good. He only focused on Gon for so long and he needed to get away from that. And Gon? Gon needs some time to figure out what he wants to do now. Killua can’t help him do that.

So, as painful and heart shattering as the killugon separation is, it is the best thing that could have ever happened to them at that point in the series. Killua and Gon couldn’t help each other grow anymore. They had both completed what they set out to do- Gon finding Ging and Killua finding something he wanted- and now they have new goals. 

When they’re older and more mature, after they’ve had time to reflect and grow and live, then they can reunite and see what they want in a relationship from each other- be that friendship or romance or whatever. But that time is not right now and it might not be for a while. We just have to wait and see.


En’s name is weird when you’re Finnish because “en” means “I don’t”, “I won’t”, maybe “I wouldn’t” or sometimes “I’m not”, like once I had a text post drafted for a text post meme with tags “en sanois näin”, in English, “en would say this”, but in Finnish it literally reads as “I wouldn’t say this” and I stared at it for a couple of seconds confused about why it was in my drafts and why did I say I wouldn’t say it when it was, in fact, a relatable text post, until I realized that oh!! It’s about En!!