you ain't beautiful

idk man the thing that sucks about not being really pretty is that no matter what you tell yourself and what your friends might say, you sort of always know that you’re just not. and i’m not talking about being stubborn and fishing for compliments, it’s just knowing that you’re not conventionally attractive, that people on the street won’t double-take when you pass by them, that people won’t be flustered trying to talk to you. and i know looks aren’t everything but damn it sure feels like it when you aren’t absolutely gorgeous

  • me, a year ago: g/t is my deepest darkest secret.... i can only view terribly rendered giants in icognito mode.... i can never tell anyone, i will be seen as a Freak, no one must know that i am small
  • me, now: [kicks down door] GUESS WHO'S THREE INCHES TALL AND WANTS TO CLIMB A GIANT LIKE A TREE
  • Me: I'm not going to sing during this movie.
  • Me: THERE MUST BE MORE TO THIS PROVINCIAL LIFE~
  • Me: NO ONES THICK AS GASTON!
  • Me: BE OOOOOOUR GUEST! BE OUR GUEST! PUT OUR SERVICE TO THE TEST!
  • Person behind me: ... what the fuck.
  • Me: don't hate me because you ain't me.

are these some good-lookin’ dogs or what

Me? Love Michi?? Its more likely than you think.

@God, please let the reason that we Buckynat shippers have to deal with individuals spewing out their very misinformed assumptions about are ship be because Buckynat will be confirmed canon in the films soon, and you plan on spoon-feeding them the facts since they’re too lazy to pick up a damn comic book before they speak.

Amen -Rem 💕

anonymous asked:

What's your favorite feature or characteristic of Hanzo from Overwatch? I'm just curious. :)

Good question, Nonny. This is just my opinion, but I have to say that, even though his entire appearance is great-looking (understatement of the year X3), my favourite feature - physical feature, to be specific - of Hanzo’s has got to be his face. It sounds silly, but I remember when I first saw him in a promo pic (that one where he’s holding his arrow), I was instantly drawn to his face: it was so beautifully handsome, more so because of that broody, sombre expression that it held. It made me want to know why he was looking like that (and he was an angsty archer, so it made me all the more intrigued with him).

In a way, his facial expressions are a kind of gateway into his personality/mentality. Take, for example, this scene between Hanzo and Genji from the “Dragons” short:

I mean, damn, this man’s got a stunning face, that’s for sure (I can literally look at him all day). :) But in this moment, Nonny, I was able to see beneath that angry, bottled-up exterior and see a mixture of his pain, his disbelief and his wonder upon finding out that Genji was alive - his brother whom he thought he had dutifully killed, whose “killing” made him become remorseful and leave behind his clan and its activities in search of redemption. He carried these emotions for so many years (no doubt it weighed heavily on its mind), and in these few seconds we’re able to see these emotions conveyed through this single look of disbelief. It actually makes him look vulnerable, something that he probably rarely shows because he has to be the responsible older brother/leader/skilled, nonsensical warrior. Hanzo seems more human, more relatable, as a result.

I’m also quite fascinated by his eyes:

Again, same story: Hanzo’s too pretty for this world his eyes convey his emotions clearly. In that brief flicker of recognition when he sees Genji half-unmasked, we see his sadness borne from what he had to do to Genji in the past, and - when the eyes narrow a little bit - perhaps maybe a little relief and affection when he realises that his little brother’s alive. I think we also catch a glimpse of disappointment and tinges of regret, because for Hanzo it’s like, “Genji’s actually alive and has become this cybernetic thing, and I left my old lifestyle behind and spent all this time grieving over him.”

If we don’t see those two emotions there, then we definitely see it here:

Hanzo’s face beautifully shows how he feels when he asks Genji (possibly also asking himself), “What have you become?” He’s still reeling from his shock, but it seems as if he can’t digest the idea that Genji is alive but in a different form, as if he’s disappointed/saddened/regretful that he did this to him and/or that he threw his old lifestyle away for redemption’s sake but now it all seems like it was pointless.

Like I said before, Nonny, I can look at Hanzo’s face all day because I can’t believe that he has such a gorgeous face (I can’t understand how a cute man like this exists, bless him McCree, you lucky bugger T33T), but the way his facial expressions exposes his emotions, his personality, his current state of mind … just things like that make me want to learn more about Hanzo’s character, his motives, his fears, etc. I love him for his abilities and bruh, is he beautiful, but his character and background story are fascinating, and I’m always drawn to characters with an angsty past/bad boy tendencies because it makes me wanna dig beneath their surfaces and see their hidden humanness.

Hope that answers your question, Nonny, thanks for asking! ^3^

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you can’t escape from yourself
like a wished-for dream
don’t you want what can be broken?

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And there are some advantages to playing in your home town… (x)

RIGHT? Gonna take this opportunity to talk about the whole of my feels, since I never talk on here— Wincest is the truest love story to ever be told, whether people want to be delusional and deny it or not. It just IS. Wincest doesn’t even have to ‘try’ to make anything Wincest. The show alone does it for us. We don’t have to read into 'they looked at each other, it must be true love!’ delusional stuff so many Destiel shippers do. Wincest is RIGHT THERE out in the open, and we love it. At the end of the day, you just can’t deny the facts. We’re talking about two boys here who grew up…fucked up. Like it or not, growing up the way they did, it was fucked up. They were restricted to either the backseat of a car, or a motel, and forbidden to make any kind of lasting human connection with anyone outside each other. That’s not cool, that messes with you psychologically. If Sam and Dean had been a boy and a girl –like the kids from Flowers in the Attic, if you know that incest story–, they would have OF COURSE found comfort in each other, so why do people freak out at the thought of Sam and Dean finding comfort in each other just because they’re boys? Of course they did. They were the only thing that could make the other smile, the only thing that made them happy, the only thing that gave them some sense of ’home’ some sense of ’constant’ in their ever moving, ever dangerous, ever terrifying lives. John wrote in his journal that for the longest time (if you’ve read the journal), basically, that the boys couldn’t even sleep if they weren’t in the same bed. Dean was everything to Sam growing up. He was 4, and yet he had to be big brother, father, mother, best friend, confidant, partner, comfort..everything. And Sam was everything to Dean, whole universe. From those first wobbly steps, from the first reaching of pudgy grabby hands to be picked up, from his first word being a coo’d “Dee!”, Sam has been Dean’s world and Dean has been Sam’s. John was hardly around and just… Seriously. There’s no bouncing back from that. There’s no ’being okay’ with the other dying or moving on away from them. There just isn’t, and it makes NO SENSE when people try and rationalize it into being okay. How can people really think that with growing up that intertwined that it’d be easy to 'change’ and 'live their own lives’, be detached from each other and both be able to survive? As if it’d be possible to detangle two grown trees, that grew up completely wrapped around each other, with tangled and intermingled roots. No way. No. Fucking. Way. One or both would die, and THAT is the show. It’s always been the heart of the show. Their love is the most pure, gut wrenching, self sacrificing love there is. They love each other enough to fuck over the whole world. Wincest is the saddest, truest love story of all time.  They were made into this. Psychologically made into these irrationally, psychotically, erotically codependent individuals who can’t survive long without the other, and no. No, that can’t just 'change’ or be ignored. You don’t just wake up one day from being bipolar or schizophrenic. What they have is sticking with them. For life. There ain’t no coming back from it. These boys are dying together. Even in the show, if it ends, it ends with them either driving off into the sunset to hunt together, or with both of them dying together. There is no in between, and in our hearts as a fandom we all know this to be true, no matter how much it breaks our hearts. So yes, their codependency might be 'horrible’ for people like you and me who lived normal lives, but for Sam and Dean? In their case, with how they grew up, it’s something they just…they NEED it, you know? Like air. Like a heartbeat. Their codependency is something broken but it’s beautiful. To love someone that deeply, that all-consumingly, and unconditionally, that…just…guh all my friggin’ feels, man. People who hate on that, and hell, even Destiel shippers who try and cast Sam to the wayside, are just jealous that Dean will never love Cas like that. Ever. To even entertain the thought is blind delusion.   I’m not saying everyone 'has’ to like Sam, and I’m not saying everyone 'has’ to ship Wincest, but at least don’t be delusional about canon. Acknowledge Sam’s importance and necessity in Dean’s life for Dean to be happy. Anyone who thinks Dean could live happily ever after with Sam dead or pushed aside or disregarded, clearly doesn’t know Dean, doesn’t respect Dean, and views him as this shallow person. A good parent would never place a relationship in front of their kid, a good parent believes in 'either my kid, or nothing’, and for the people out there who don’t ship Wincest, they should look at it at least like that. Dean raised Sam. He’s like a single parent taking care of his kid, there’s no way he’d push Sammy to the wayside for a relationship. He’d never screw over Sam for Cas’s sake. Not in a million years.   Anyway, long story short, as a Wincest shipper, I can say I’m not an 'incest advocate’ or anything –rude when idjits assume–, but… This show. These two boys. With the way they grew up? With how hard they love each other? With them being consenting adults? Yeah. I see it and would never turn my back on that kind of pure love. It’s broken and so beautiful to me, and I accept it, and it’s glorious and they’re my OTP for life.   5Ever, my friends, and peace out~.