wish you'd been there

I’m sure that someone else has said this in a far more articulate manner, but here goes.

It irks me that the same people who outright mock Shinsuke and Asuka’s English (or go the so-called ‘gentler’ route of suggesting that they need advocates) are also the people who are hollering for WWE to take more people from NJPW/other promotions not based in the US.

Y'all don’t get to have your cake and eat it too here. You want foreign talent, from countries where English is NOT the first language? You can accept the fact that their English is probably not going to be as defined. Ever tried learning a second language?

Don’t chant “WHAT” every time they talk, be RESPECTFUL. You are witnessing performers who left what they were familiar with, who were willing to adapt to their surroundings (which is much more than I can say for a lot of wrestling fans). Don’t clamor for foreign talent or main roster status on NXT talent if you’re not willing to respect them once they get into McMahon territory. It smacks of greediness and entitlement, like a child who pleads with their parents for a new toy while sitting atop the mountain of toys they already have.


Still the most accurate thing…

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anonymous asked:

✿ 20 SaboAce?

20. underwater kiss

The aquarium hadn’t meant to acquire a mermaid. It certainly hadn’t meant to acquire Sabo, angry and half-blind and terrified of any of the mermaids that looked like him, and when Ace had found out he’d stormed Shank’s office in his half-off wet suit and demanded that the mer be put into a private tank. 

It’d taken a solid ten minutes of arguing, but Benn stomped in near the end and pointed angrily at the puddle on the carpet, making Shanks groan and relent, agreeing to let Ace work with the young mer. 

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“One night! That’s all it took to ruin my life!”

“What a difference a day makes… Twenty-four little hours…”

“I’d do anything to take that night back.”

“If I could turn back time…”

Imagine if the SSW Theory actually did end with the flashbacks we’d all wanted.


anonymous asked:

Ancient Caretaker! The Lady of the Liminal Space asked me to deliver a message. She asks that you please remember to leave a little more space between the stars when you tuck them in so she has places to slip through, she'd hate to bump into them and wake them from their slumber. She also says you're doing a marvelous job and enjoys your fortunes, though she does wish you'd visit more, it's been ages and she misses your charming company. I am happy to do my Lady's bidding for she is kind to me.



Gordon Ramsay {Sentence Starters}
  • "I have an earnest desire to get things absolutely right."
  • "The time we have together is quality, rather than quantity."
  • "Get yourself out of your comfort zone. It's a great learning experience."
  • "Some can handle it, and some can't. I'm not interested in the ones who can't."
  • "I'll often say certain things just to motivate people or to get something else out of them."
  • "You're making me mad. Fucking mad."
  • "Forecast for tomorrow? 100 percent chance of tears."
  • "Do you want a fucking medal?"
  • "I wouldn't resort to cannibalism, never mind if I was starving."
  • "From an early age I understood that cooking was never going to be a job, it's a passion."
  • "You know, I have a rough side. I have a smooth side."
  • "I could never maintain a relationship with a vegetarian. Their breath is just too smelly."
  • "My gran could do better! And she's DEAD!"
  • "I have to laugh when someone calls me a ______. I've been called far worse than that."
  • "I wish you'd jump in the oven. That'd make my life a lot easier."
  • "You've now just confirmed in my mind you're not trustworthy."

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………..*sniff*……………..*sniff*………………..FUCK! NOT AGAIN!

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anonymous asked:

Martin factions anon here - just to say that you are in NO way one of the blogs I was talking about! Love your blog and love of Martin, so no, not talking about you at all. And also get how it wasn't a big feud or anything so it may not be super noticable at first, it's a creeping thing really, but still noticable if you look at who's left and who's still around...

Hey, you’re here! Was worried that you might not be around to see. I’ve gladly untagged my earlier Answer, ‘cause I was a teeny bit worried that it’d cause drama…

I guess I may actually be super ignorant, as I currently can’t see what’s what. (Sorry!) I’d take note of your observation though, and see if I will eventually come to the same conclusion. To be honest, I hope not…

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  • "Did I see you see me in a new light?"
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After Kylie Jenner's wheelchair photo, people with disabilities reveal the things they wish you'd stop doing

Kylie Jenner has been branded an ableist after she was pictured using a wheelchair as a prop in a fashion magazine shoot

Captured by photographer Steven Klein for Interview Magazine, the image depicts the reality TV personality in a golden wheelchair as she stares in the distance.

The image was released just days before the UN’s International Day for Persons with Disabilities (IDD), which is aimed at raising awareness of the difficulties presented by a person’s health conditions as well as the way in which society is focused around the able-bodied.

Over a billion people, about 15 per cent of the world’s population, have some form of disability, according to the World Health Organisation.

Kayleigh Millar, a 19-year-old student at the University of Chichester and an ambassador for disabled children’s charity Whizz Kidz, said the photo was derogatory to her and other wheelchair users.

“Kylie Jenner used the wheelchair as a metaphor for the limitations she has faced in her career, and that word limitation affects society’s view of disabled people.

"So now when they think of a wheelchair they’ll think of limitations.”

To mark IDD, here are six things that - like Ms Jenner’s photoshoot - those without disabilities think are acceptable but aren’t.

‘Don’t assume you can know why I use a wheelchair’

“I find a lot of people feel they have the right to know what’s wrong with me before they know me,” explains Ms Millar.

“And then when you don’t tell them they get offended. It shows that my disability is viewed as more interesting as my personality.

"That happens pretty much most days. I get at least a comment a day.”

'Don’t make people with disabilities feel uncomfortable at work’

“Disabled employees need to feel comfortable that their boss will see their talent first and foremost and not the support they need,” says Clare Pelham, the Chief Executive of the Leonard Cheshire Disability charity.

“We know from our research that when people are open about themselves, and the support they need at work, that they are happier, more creative and more productive.”

'Don’t describe my wheelchair as a limitation’

"It’s not ok when people define my wheelchair a limitation and describe it as something that confines me,” explains Ms Millar.

“Like when they call me 'wheelchair bound’, because my wheelchair is my freedom, it’s not a limitation at all. In fact it enables me to do everything I can.”

'Don’t assume I won’t travel because I use a wheelchair’

“Disabled people are neglected when it comes to motivation to do these sorts of things,” says Ms Millar.

“I was never told I could travel the world, ever, after my accident.

"Whereas since I’ve had the new-found confidence I’ve been all over the place, including America, France.”

“I was like 'if I want to do it I will find a way’. But still there’s days where I want to give up because of the way society is structured because someone will make horrible comment, or a comment that may mean well, but actually kind of knocks me.

"It makes me feel like don’t want to travel anymore.”

'Don’t use the 'r word’

“As somebody with a learning disability, I know that the words people choose to use can be really hurtful,” says Lorainne Bellamy, spokesperson at learning disability charity Mencap.

“Some people don’t stop to think about using terms that can offensive to disabled people such as the 'r word’, though it makes me feel different and not respected.  

I’ve heard too many stories from my friends and colleagues who have a learning disability about people using highly offensive words to describe them. This is bullying as language like this makes people feel worthless.  

'Don’t think I don’t have sexual needs because I have a disability’

"As a disabled person you have the same rights as anyone else to enjoy sex and have sensual experiences. These rights don’t change if you live in a care home,” says Robert Hambrook, the manager of Leonard Cheshire Disability care home in Farnham, Surrey.

'It’s not OK to think I’m not worthy of a romantic relationship’

“I quite often get told 'you’re really often pretty for someone in a wheelchair’. Does that mean I’m not pretty in other standards?” says Ms Millar.

“​I tend to be stripped of gender. People tend to not see a woman [using a wheelchair] as an acceptable woman for a relationship or a man [who uses a wheelchair] as a competent man for a relationship. I want to be seen as a worthy member of a gender and equal to my peers in terms of relationships and romantic partners.

"With women’s clothing, there’s a certain expectation that I can’t dress pretty and there’s no sexual appeal if you wear a dress. You’re expected to be a certain way and you can’t be anything else.”

'It’s not OK to assume I’m brave’

“People tell me I’m brave all the time – when I’m shopping, heading to work or enjoying a drink with friends,” says Rosemary Frazer, campaigns manager at disability charity Scope.

“Someone even told my partner that he was brave for taking me out. Our research shows that 62 per cent of disabled people say they are treated differently because of their impairment.

"This includes being told ‘you’re brave’, being asked ‘what’s wrong with you?’ being patronised and treated like a child.

"Not many people come into contact with disabled people in everyday life. So when they do, they panic, make awkward gaffes, or worse, avoid situations for fear of doing the wrong thing.

"Let’s be brave, get over our awkwardness and focus on the person, not their disability.”

This piece originally appeared on Independent.co.uk.