I forgot i wanted to hop on this Soft Train. When i describe something as 'soft' regarding a fic (or movie, tv show, etc) I'm usually not referring to the content itself? Like, i've said to someone "I feel soft/this thing made me feel soft" in the sense that i was able to take it in, and at the end of the fic, i feel complete, like the author had taken care of me somehow? It's kind of a feeling of 'i am content, i am relaxed, this fic Hit The Spot for what i need in this moment'
Thank you, hon :) I guess I am just looking for excuses to be self-deprecating. I appreciate your perspective!
And thanks to everyone who answered that question. It was very enlightening :D
💙 - I want to be your friend
👡 - You’re pretty
🍒 - I wanna be in your friend group
🍓 - I wanna get to know you better
🍩 - I wish you knew I existed
🍰 - I wish we were closer
🌹 - You fascinate me
🍦 - Your blog is great
🎀 - You make me smile
ok so Leia was heading to Obi-wan before the Battle of Scarif, and before she ever knew she or anyone would have the plans. It wasn’t just a last resort, “vader’s bout to get us we gotta go somewhere” decision. the fact that she was going to Obi-wan is probably the reason she was with the rebels and not on Alderaan.
so think in the context that a) Bail was knowingly sending his daughter, who has the genes of one of the most powerful force users ever, to go get a Jedi, b) Bail knew that he was sending the biological child of Anakin to Anakin’s former master and friend, c) Obi-wan definitely would knows who Leia is, d) Bail knows that Obi-wan is keeping an eye on Luke.
I’m not saying Bail Organa knowingly sent his force sensitive daughter to the only fully trained Jedi he knew how to get in touch with and also her force sensitive brother, but Bail Organa knowingly sent his force sensitive daughter to the only fully trained Jedi he knew how to get in touch with and also her force sensitive brother. Because he and Mon Mothma decided things had gotten to this point.
If women, if queer people, if people of color have survived this long in a world that refuses to represent them that must amount to a force much greater than one man with nothing more to invest in then his ego. We have been forced to know how to fight since day one and this is our advantage.— Rowan Blanchard